Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-01-19, page 01
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sp?«r-^^;^f^^ ^^!^5IiTT^Tr^Tr>wIiw^w*7ri*^^3^^w^^ ArcnaeiAlglcal & HUtorlOHl Museum „^ ^ , ¦„, , N. High St at 18th—1 3r& Seryiilg Coliimbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \^/\\^ Vol. 29, No. 3 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, .lANUAKY 19, (951 Devoted to American ¦ "ewl»h r ¦ ¦ and Jewlfh Ideali Maurice Samuel Will Speak at Hlllel Mr. Sam nol ..phe B'nal B'rlth Hlllel Foun¬ dation proudly announces the feturn of Maurice Samuel, noted author, critic, lecturer. Mr. Sam¬ uel will speak this Sunday pn the topic "The Meaning of Jew¬ ish History," In the Hlllel audi¬ torium, at 8 p. m. Mr. Samuel Is well-known In the Columbua community and on the campus as this marks his Sth appearance at the OSU HU¬ lel, In each In stance his repeat performance has beeri by popu¬ lar public demand. Mr. Samuel .Is the author of such well-known books as "Harvest In the Ilbssert," "World of Sholom Alelchem," !'Prlnce of the Ghetto," "The Great Hatred/' "You Gentiles," and his most recent book, "The Gentlemen and the Jew." He is also known as a trans-' lator of Chaim Nachman Blalek, Sholem Asch, Shmarya i Levin and others. He hfis observed and studied Jewish life through extensive travel in England, the Continent, Palestine and Africa. Mr. Sam¬ uel's lecture is the fir.st 'ir\ a series of. events .sche<luled at fllllel. Others, Include a dance pi'ogram by Delakova and Berk Jewish Music by Erwln Jospe on .Ian. 31 and a progrant of on Feb. 1«. ' ' There is no adml.ssion charge for Mr. Samuel'.f lecture. The public i.s cordially invited.. Beth Jdcob Banquet The errilnent Dr. Morris Mark of Cincinnati will be the hbnor- ed guest at Beth Jacob's big In- stalllatlon banquet Sunday, Feb. 18, according to thq announce¬ ment made this week by Rabbl Leopold Greenwald of the B. J. Congregation. Dr. Mark recently returned from a trip to Israel and sev¬ eral European countries, where he found a spirit of Indiis'try and optimism In the new. Jewish state. This he contrasted - to a hopelessness of conditions In Italy. He did much of his traveling in Israel on foot .so that he could learn—fir.st hand — conditions there. "It's)' a little Un.lted States," he" declared. "Ev&ry- where you see construction work un<ler way and other evidences of progress. Public .schools are In operation, pattern¬ ed after ours; even the Arabs have opportunity to attend clas.ses free, with ,Arab teach¬ ers.'" Dr. Mark was impressed by the military might of the new hatlon, which "demands, and gets, respect!" During his Journey there. Dr. Mark took some 2400-ft of film As a highlight of his appearance at the Beth Jacob affair Feb. 18, Dr. Mark will show these mem¬ orable films — a treat which members of the Congregation should make a "must." The ei;,tire program for the In¬ stallation ceremonies and dinner program will be announced in subsequent Issues of the Chron¬ icle. Gutstadt Speaker On A. D. L. Program Mr. GntMtndt Brandeis Women To Hear Mrs. Michaels o Leadership Forum Would YOU like td know more abou* B'nal B'rith? . The meri's lodge and women's chapter of Columbus BInal B'rlth will be hpst lo lodge.s and chap¬ ters of thi.s section of Ohio at a leadership ' forum . Sunilqy, Jan. 28, at the, Dcshler-Wailick Hotel. The ppening event of the forum Is schediiled for 10 a. m. Local nianagers, In charge of jiII ar¬ rangements, are Harry S. Gold- .sleln. District Deputy, for Zlon Lodge No. B2, and, Mrs. Melvln N. Furman, cor. sec'y, for Women's Chapter No. 127. ' The leadership forum Is de¬ signed to acquaint presidents, vice-presidents, "bther officers, committee- chairmen and com-, mittee members with the exact nature of the purposes arui ob¬ jectives encpnipassed by B'nal B'rlth. All knembers of B'nal B'rlth In Columbus- and. sur¬ rounding area,. Interested In ileari)lng more about the great Iwork of the organizatl.or), are Invited dnd' urged to attend. Many persons in positions of IcMllaied «¦ pace 4> Itlrs. MlchnelN The national prQ/iidentiOf the Women's Committee of ifvandels University, Mrs. Harry L. Mich¬ aels of Boston, will be the speaker -at the annual open membership meeting ot the Co¬ lumbus Chapter of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University. The meeting will be held Wedne.sday at the Jewish Center, 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Michaels attended Welles¬ ley, she has served as president of the Boston chapter of Hadas¬ sah, vice president of the League of Jewish Women's Organiza¬ tions in Boston and during the past year was chairman of the speaker's bureau In the women's division of the Combined Jewish Appeal pf Greater Boston. Mrs. Michaels, 9 widow, has two chil¬ dren. . Mrs. Harry Schwartz lylll give the opening prajjer. ' ' • (flo^lnaed an pace i) Columbus' B'nakV Bfrlth mem¬ bers will get a first-hand report on antl-Semltl.sm, Jjotn locally and natlopally, next Tue.sday. ' In ope of the outstanding meetings of the year, B'nal B'rlth men and tvomen Will Join for the annual Antl-Defamatlon League meeting. > One of the top ADL experts In the country, Richard E. Gutstadt win tell how the ADL is fighting bigotry and prejudice, and re¬ late some of the top cases If has engaged ih this year. The meeting will be held at the Jewish Center, beginning promptly at 8:30 p. m. Gutstadt Is executive, vige^ chairman of the ADL and ia nationally known as an out¬ standing lecturer, administrator, and Innovator iri the field of Jewislf public relations. He first took charge of the enlarged ADL . headquarters to fight the iucreasing anti-Semii Ism which followed in thp wake Kii the Hitler success In Gcr many. He has heen active In the formation of ADL'.s program and guided many of ita efforts In fight prejudice. A resident of Chicago, Gut stadt I.S' pre.sident .of Sinai Con gregallon and he served as co chairman of' Sinai's Building I Fund Drive. He Was born in Han , Fjunclsco.r-ahd ..served as presi dent of District Grand Lodge No. -I of H'nai B'rlth. Mr. Gut stadt will be introduced hy Sey mour Gorchoff, director of'the League's Ohio-Ky. regional office located fn Columbus. The worli of the ADL locally will be doscriljed hy Dr. Bern¬ ard MIndlln, chairman of the lodge's Anti-Defamation League committee. Each, year B'nal B'rith turns one meeting over to ADL work, and.it is alway.s one of the. most Interesting, Pioneer Anniversary Flhal arrangements have been cotnpleted for the joint annual donor dinner of Groups 1 and 2 Of Piorieer Women. This Siinday evening, promptly at fi:0O, at. the Broad St- 'Temple Mrs. H. Rob¬ bins, chairman' of the dinner, will begin .serving her specially- prepared chicken, knIShes and ail the trimmings. All those who have tested Mra. Rob15ins, cook¬ ing are looking forward to Sun¬ day evening, and tho.se who are not fampiar with - her special touch ari,,in for a special treat. Highlight of the evening will be Mrs. Dvorah Metlltzky, one of Israel's outstanding young women leaders, who will be the principal speaker. In addi¬ tion to Mrs. Metlltzky, there is prdmi.sed an enjoyable musical program, Introduced by Mr. Charles Ross as master of cere¬ monies, and Mr. William Civets as toa.'ftmaster. Twenty-five sil¬ ver years of achievement are be¬ ing celebrated on this evening and everyone Is urged to attend to join in the festivities with the Piorifeer Women of Columbus. In honor of Mrs. Metlltzky, a luncheon, will be heW on Mon¬ day afternoon at the Fort Hayes Hotel, and also on Monday eve¬ ning, Mrs. Sanford Betker, 696 Lilley Ave., will hold open house for all members to personally meet and chat with Mrs. Met¬ lltzky. i;hose wishing to attend the luncheon may make their reservation with Mrs. Herman Miller, FA. 6037, o Institute on Judaism Meeting Jan. 31 Cultural Series to Open Next Week Dr. galo The Columbus Jewish com¬ munity is eagerly awaiting the opening event on the first Cen¬ ter Cultural Series, next Thurs¬ day, 8:30 p. m., in the Jewish Center audltorimn,' when Dr. " Salo W. Baron of Columbia Uni¬ versity speaks on "Jewish Sur¬ vival; A HlstoUc Challenge." This Interest Is being matched bjf a large number of advance reservations which have already been received by the Center. The Baron's lecture, as well as fut¬ ure events iirthe ^rles, Is free to Center members. HoweVer, admission will be by ticket only. Reservations may be. made by ¦ calling DO. 2731. Tickets may be picked up at the Center desk any time before the event. Dr. Baron Is admirably equipp¬ ed with a distinguished back- gT'ound as historian and educator to analyze the currents in con¬ temporary .lewish life. Since 19.10, I'mf. Baron ha.s held the ch;ilr of .lewish History, Litera¬ ture and Institutions • of the .Miller foundation of Colum-bla Univer.sity. EiluciUed in Vienna, where he iwclved an axtensivo rabbinical as well as- .secular training, ac- (lulring the degrees of Ph. D., Docior of Pojilkul Kcionco. Doc¬ tor (if Jurispruiicnce and a rabb¬ inical df.'gree from Ihe .Jcwi.s'h Theological Seminary in Vienna, Dr. Baron ha.s served as f isltlng lecturer of history al th? Grad¬ uate School for Jewish Social Work in New York. In 10-1-1 he (cpntlixped on pace 4} o U.S.N.A. Meeting The annual meeting of the I United S.ervice for New Ameri- j cans will be held at the -Roose-! veil Hotel In New York City this! week-end. plans will be mapped out for the dual program for peak immigration until the D. P. Act expires, and preparation for the resettlement of all Jew¬ ish newcomers. Workshops have been arranged with speak¬ ers qu3llfjed, to give the facts we need, broad aspects of the program, the contributions niade by the newcomers In this coun¬ try. , -s^ The Saturday night dinner In¬ cludes the special recognition that win be glven^ to the Indl- (eoatlaqad on pat« 4) Kulibi Kaplan The "Institulc on Judaism" which is Ix'lng held Wednesday, Jan. .11, at Broad St. Temple, is (under the chairmanship of Mrs. : Herman Lieverman and her I vice-chairman, Mrs. Maxwell Pa¬ purt of liryden Rd. Temp* Sis¬ ierhood, and Mrs. Sam Wasser¬ strom and "her vlce-chairrmm, IMrs. Bernard F'eltlingBr ' o f 1 Hroad- Si. Temple. Members of both sisterhoods will act aa iho.s-te.s.ses lo the Franklin CoiJn- jty Council of Church Womefl. Following is a corhplete. pro¬ gram. Re^glstration, 10 a. m. to 10:30. Mrs. Sam Wasserstrom ¦will be chairman of the morning session. The opening prayer will be given by Rabbl Niitljan Zell¬ zer, followed by'greetings from Mrs. Armtind Abel, president of the Rose E. Lazarus Slstefhood. Mrs. Edmund S. Kern of the County Council flf Church 'Wdii^ (coatlaaed fa paica 41 o .1- < Benefit Performance A complete wrejitllng match will be-spon.sored'hy the Colum-. bus Chapter of the Couilcil of .Jewish Women Thursday even¬ ing, Feb.^ 22, at Memorial Hall. This is the first money-raisihg affair spon.sored by Council in 2 years. All procee<ls from the benefit show w.ill go to charity for the activities which Council supports, such as the Cancer Clinic, American Red Cro.ss, As- . sociation for the BJlnd, Ameri¬ canization Classes, Twig for Children's Hospital and the or- phanges. in France and North Africa. Since wrestling has become one of the leading spectator sports of the nation, the com¬ munity can enjdy Its favorite, pastime and support the charity throtjgh the Council. , Tickets, reserved and general admission, may be obtained thru Mrs. Leonard' Stern, DO. 5123. who is general chalritian of the ^emeflt performance. ¦t ' ' ...
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-01-19|
|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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