Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-10-19, page 01
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ArchStollglcul & HistoiJCal MuHeum N. High St at 15Ui—I DRAMATIC PAGEANT IN COSTUME TO FEATURE B. B. WOMEN'S MEETING "No Glittering Rewards," a dramatic pageant in costume, will high¬ light the next meeting of the Columbus Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, next Tuesday at the Jewish Center. 8 p. m., with Mrs. B. B. Caplan presiding. In tho cast will be the following: Meadames M. J. Leeman, Murray Barnett, M. Gilbert Knolls, Sam J. Schlonsky, Leo Turner. Alfred Fur¬ man, Louis Robins, Herbert Tieman, Jack Schilling and Sanford Lip¬ son. The opening prayer will be given by Mlsa Teas Grossman. Follciwing the meeting, which Is honoring the new members who were added in the recent campaign to "Make Our Friends our Sisters," a social evening, including cards and gHmt\H. refrv.Hlim(>ntH and tnble favnra, will be hold. An attendance jjift will al.so be given at the meet¬ ing. Membera are urged to bring their friends, to hear the reports of the varioua (;hairmen actively engaged in B'nai B'rith work. Donor Pro¬ ject Promotions chairman, Mrs. Melvln Furman, will give a full re¬ port on the progress to date of the 1951 Donor affair, which will be held at Valley Dale Dec. 2. Reservations are now being ac¬ cepted by Mrs. I. M. Harris. 981 Montrose Ave., who will send tick¬ et's for the dance and chances on the 10-day Florida vacation trip, U'hich this year also include a full day of fun and excitement in Ha¬ vana. CiJba. The lucky couple winning the Florida vacation will be flown to Cuba for a wonderful day. This is ' but one of the many surprises and extra attractions offered donors to the 1951 project. Mrs. Furman haa annou|iced that Mrs. Howard Schoenbaum, Mrs. Sol Rising and Mrs. S. J. Schlonsky will assist her as vice chairmen, with Mrs. Philip Dolin and Mrs. Malcolm Fine%i charge of the sou¬ venir program year book. The cook book will be handled by Mrs. Rudy Minkin and Mrs. Joaeph Minkin. Secretary of the project ia Mrs. Milton J. Leeman, with Mrs. Max Shell as treas. Executive Comniittee Of AJC Convenes The expansion and strengtlj- ening of community relations work In the U.S. to relieve domestic ten- -sions which reflect on America un¬ favorably abroad, was urged last week-<-nd by the Kxecutlve Com¬ mittee nf the American Jewish Committee at the final session of more than 100 leaders of American .lewry from every part of the coun¬ try held in Chicago. Irving M. Engel of New York, chairman of the Executive Com¬ mittee and leadfir of the two-day meeting, declared that "in this day of international uncertainty, It Is important that tht^ American peo¬ ple str<'ngthen their defenses in every possible field and the field of community relations Is one of the most Important. "The American Jewish Commit¬ tee ia convincL'd that well planned und thoughtfully executed com¬ munity relations activities are in¬ dispensable to the security of A- pierlea. For the goal of community work Is to deal with the problems of intergroup tensions." ICepretu^nting ColumbuM at the Conference was Richard .1. Ahel, president of the United Jewish Fund. N0xf Thursday JACK BENNY ON CBS FOR UJA Jason to Perform For JWV Auxiliary Mrs. D. S. Ralkin. general chair¬ man of Capitol Ladies Auxiliary 122, Jewiah War Veterans, an¬ nounced the 6th annual donor luncheon will be next Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., at the Hotel Seneca. Jay Jason, well-known night club artist, and the members of his re¬ vue, Patti O'Harra, singing comed¬ ienne and Paddy Labado, radio and television recording star, yvll) en¬ tertain the luncheon guests. Pro¬ gram chairman, Mrs. Joweph Plot¬ nlck, and her committee, have se¬ cured a large selection of valuable and lovely glfta to be awarded aa table, door and contest prizes. Pledges of $5.00 per plate will be placed on the reserved list by Mrs. Gus Beards, GA. 6360. Non-mem¬ bers are cordially Invited. Kach year the Auxiliary ache<l- ulcH thia one major event for the purpose of obtaining funds to con¬ tinue its service to needy veterans. Among its many worthy projects are the adoption of a ward of blind mun at the Dayton Veterans Hos¬ pital and a group of disabled vet- terans at Murt'reesboro, Tenn. o WAR VETS STA<i TUESDAY Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Veterana, has a stag party Tuesday at the Seneca Hotel. Dinner will be served at 6 p. m. Guests are In¬ vited. o UNITED APPEAL The biggest team of volunteer workers ever to take part in a fund- ralalng drive here including a large group from the Jewish com¬ munity area, were poised and ready today to embark next week on the biggest single annual campaign ever to be held In Columbus and Franklin County. Over 7,000 men and women solic¬ itors for the United Appeals and Red Cross campaign with Commun¬ ity Cheat, USO. Cancer Society and Heart Asaiicatlon will be striv¬ ing from Oct, 22 to Nov. 15 for a goal of $2,154,780. SrA/ySenrlnq Columbus "and Central Ohio Jewish Communily \\ Vol. 20, No. .10 COtr.MBlS, OHIO, FKinAY. OCTOBEU 1». lll.'SI IirvMtccI to Amer Iron nnd JpwtHh I'lenls LOCAL COMMUNITY ORGANIZES TO FURTHER STATE OF ISRAEL BOND DRIVE; CIVIC LEADERS MEET Jack Hi'iiny, uii urJeni supporirr of the United Jewihh Appeal, will br heard nvi-r ibe eaabllo-roaitt farililicH of the ('oliuiii)ia BroodrattinK System this ruiiiinft Tlmrsduy evcnirifi, Oclulxr 25, from 10:30 lo 11:00 P.M (EST) in un oriKiiiul V)\ rudid dranio enlillcJ "Tlic Inrrrdible Villune.** Thf noted radio, motion piiiure und TV ulur will play the lemllnf; role in u ^to^y Imseu on the JDCMAl-HEN Village of The HIind BI (M-d<To in lorBel^Tliis will be lhe eevenlli ir) o erries of eight UJA nBtion>«ide hroadrusls lo be heard tliis year over the tiiajor network*. UJA inukca |)u»bible the programii of llie IJnIied Palektine Appeal, Joint Dipiri- buiion Commlltce and United Service for New Americans. A soldler'a life for 40 mlnutefl of your time I Moke an appointment for "B" Day—Nov. 8 at the Jewish C^mter, NEED K^IUNITUUE Are you getting any new furni¬ ture? Perhaps a chair, a dining room suite or maybe new carpet¬ ing? Well, just In case you are will you pleaae remember our New A- meriean Supply Store will be very glad to have your uaed furniture or ruga. We have several New Ameri¬ can families who have moved and would be very grateful for furni¬ ture. Just call Getda Baruch, EV. 2971. or Mrs. Abe Vunkin, FA. 1774. and we will arrange for pickup. 1.^'aders of the Columbus Jew¬ ish (^oiniiiunity met at the Jewish CTenter to perfect plans for the "Columbus BondH For Israel" eumpaif^n. Shown here are the « • • The completion of plans for an Intensive drive In Columbus to fur¬ ther the $500,000,000 Bond Issue to be floated In tho U, S. by the Gov¬ ernment of Israel was announced today. Joseph Zox. 2389 Bryden Rd., has been chosen as chairman and Jack Schiff, an executive of the Shoe Corporation of America, as chairman of the Columbus Ex¬ ecutive pommittee. Assisting in di¬ recting the campaign will be the vice-chairmen, Charlea Ross, Hcr- mair*^atz and Mrs. Bernard Feit- llngeij. Among the sponsors of the Co' lumbus Bonds for Israel Committee officers of the campaign, which m haa set a goal of $1,000,000 In Is¬ rael bonds to be sold in Columbus by the end of 1951. Left to right (Keated) — Joseph Zox, chair- « • • are; RabbJs Jerome FoJkman. Leo¬ pold Greenwald, Harry Kaplan. S. W. Rubinstein and Nathan Zellzer. Also, Mra. B. B. Caplan. David Chesea. Dr. Marvin Fox. Dr. Ben Gertner, Robert A. Gllck, Mrs. E. J. Gordon, Arthur Kobacker, Jer¬ ome Kohn. Ralph Lazarua, Herbert Llnick, Mra. Sam Luper, Dr. B. MIndlln. Mrs. J. S. Realer, Robert W. Schiff. Samuel J. Schlonsky, Sam Topolosky and Herman Luck¬ off. Serving on the Steering Commit¬ tee are: Richard Abel, Mrs. Harry Getz, Mrs. E. J. Gordon, Mrs. Jule Mark, Sam Melton, Martin Polater, man; Jack Schiff, chairman. Ex¬ ecutive Committee; Martin Pol¬ ster, secretary; (standing) — Charles Iloss and Herman Katz, vice chairmen. (Topy Photo) Mra. William Schiff, Edward Sch¬ lezinger, Harry' Schwartz, Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Jack Sh'er, Mrs. Sam Waaseratrom, Abe Wolman, Abe Yenkln, Morris Chanis. Herb¬ ert Wlae, Leonard Stern, Dr. E. J. Gordon. Martin Polater will aerve as sec¬ retary and Jack Sher as treasurer. Offices of the Committee have been opened at 30 E. Broad St. In a joint statement. Chairman Joseph Zox and Executive Committee Chairman Jack Schiff aald: "Born into a world of uncertain¬ ty, the new State of Israel Is today (continned on pako 7) ISRAEL DISCUSSION FEATURE OF NEXT B. B. MEETING B'nal B'rith has scheduled a "hot-1 Israel and will preaent "on the off-the-grlddle" dlscuaalon on Is-, spot" Information about the coun- rael, to be held at the Center, Tuea¬ day, Oct, 30. at 8 p.m. Mra. Herman Luckoff, Mr. Har- try and Its problems. ! The fourth participant, Mr. Her- Iman Katz. has not only visited Is- ry Gilbert and Dr. B. W. Abramson i rael, but together with his partner have just recently returned from' Sam Melton, was one of the first from the U.S. to start an Industry In Israel. For moderator, B'nal B'rlth has been fortunate to get the servicea of Mr. Ralph Lazarus, \vho as a paat head ot the UJF drive. Is well aware of the pressing problems confronting Israel. SECOND IN SERIES OF 'COFFEE-HOURS' IS THURSDAY "How much freedom can we per¬ mit in our universities?" This and many other related con- trovtrrsial questions will be fully aired when the Young People's League of Broad Street Temple con- duets the second In Its series of "ciifffv - hours" diaeussinn pn>- gram Thuraday. 8 p.m., at the Tem¬ ple. For thia timely subject, which has aroused widespread interest both loeally and nationally, YPL has secured the services of one of Ohio State University's most popu¬ lar scholars. Dr. Meno Lovcnateln. Associate Professor of Economics. Dr. Lovenstein will serve as gueat consultant In a completely informal "living-room" type at¬ mosphere, with full group partici¬ pation, punctuated by the serving of refreshments. Sheldon Stein¬ hauser Is chairman of the dis¬ cussion series. The topic. "Freedom and Our Universities," la scheduled to pro¬ vide lively exchanges of ideas among the participants. Just this week, the Board of Trustees of OSU re-afflrmed its previous stand requiring that persons Invited to speak on campus must be "screen¬ ed" by the president's office. Or¬ ganizations and individuals of all religious faiths have taken action criticizing the original order, term¬ ed a "gag rule" by many. Dr. LoveiWeln has taught at the university slnbe 1948. He received his Bachelor's Degree from the Uni¬ versity of Richmond, hia Master's at Columbia University, and was awarded a Ph.D degree by Johns Hopkins In Baltimore. Topic for future discussion la "Judaism and phrisj,ianlty: A Com¬ parative View." The series, held every fourth Thursday, aims at the practical application of religion as a dynamic force in everyday life. RABBI STEIRNSTEIN TO ADDRESS INSTITUTE AT CENTER Rabbi Joaeph P. Stemateln, spirit¬ ual leader of Beth Abraham Syna¬ gogue Center In Dayton, will be the principal speaker at the open¬ ing assembly of the Adult Institute of Jewiah Studies, Thursday at the Center. Rabbi Sternatein received his education at Brooklyn College, Saint John's University School of Law and the Jewish Theological Seminary. He holds a B. A. and Bachelor of Law degree aa well aa that of a Master of Hebrew Let¬ ters. Since 1945. Rabbl Sternstein has been active in communal work, both on the national and Inter¬ national level. He haa been Nat¬ ional president, Maaada - Young Zionists of America, Aaaiatant to Executive Director, American Zion¬ ist Emergency Council and a.mem¬ ber of the Palestine Bureau of tbe Jewish Agency. He la at preaent a member of the Administrative Council of the ZOA. The purpose of the opening as¬ sembly Is to explain the objectives and curriculum of the Institute of Jewiah Studlea. the opening claaaea of which will be held on Monday evening. Nov. 5 from 8 to 10:10, at the Center. This meeting will also afford interested persona an opportunity to meet the faculty and dlscusd choice of courses prior to registering for the institute. A registration fee of $2. and a $1. per courae fee have been aet for enrollment In the Institute. Dr. Marvin Fox, profeaaor of Phlloaophy at Ohio State Univer¬ aity, is director of the institute, which la open to the general public.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-10-19|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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