Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-01-05, page 01
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SKJ^iir'Stii^jutipeJS¦J^.^JX''.-::. "¦..'¦. ArchaeoUglcal & Historical rifl^ St at lStb-1 t Local Wbiiten^s Groups Observe Annual Affair When the Columbus chapters oi B'nal B'rllh Women, Coulncll , of Jewish Women and Senior Hadassa^i meet together at the Jew ish Center Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1:30 p. m., It will mark the 7th annual cooperative meeting of the three local groups. Numerically, the three largest women's groups In the city,- the Council. Hadassah and B'nal B'rlth Women's chapters are all leading forces In the lives of practically every Jewish wotnan In the community. . All three are Important cogs In chains of national organizations that extend throughout the country, and through their programs of service, give the Jewish women of our communlly and nation an opportunity to express themselves on many levels. In the work of each of them is found a community of interests, especially in the program deve¬ loped for aid to Israel, education and cultural activities- fof their varied memberships. In addi¬ tion, each plays an Important and valuable role In civic pf- falrs. In national ihatters, and In helping the, unfortunate of our people here- and abroad. The Columbtis Jewish community can well be proud of the con¬ tribution these three organiza¬ tions have made, not only to the welfare of our own clly, but to our people everywhere. In Joining together to present their 7th annual meefjpg Jan. 10, they win present-a program of mutual Inierest and benefit lo all Jewish women through ihe medium of their guest speaker for the afternoon. Dr. Meiio Lovenstein, Professor of Eco¬ nomics at Ohio Slate University. Dr. Lovenstein has already ac¬ quired a position of esteem In the community, through his many appearances before other groups, and his charm and elo¬ quence will add much to the af¬ ternoon's program. He has chos¬ en as his subject, "The World at Your Door,!' an Intriguing and challenging portrayal of th& posi¬ tion of Jewish club women in the national and International scene. The musical program for the ! afternoon will bie given by Mar- v 1 n Josolowltz, director o f youth, activities for the new Jewish Center. This will mark one of the first appearancea of Mr. Josolowltz before so large a group, and with his reputation already firmly established as an entertainer and singer, he is sure to please all who hear him. - Also appearing on the pro¬ gram will be Mrs. Louis Robins, president of B'nal B'rlth Wom¬ en; Mrs. J. S. Resler, president of Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Harry Kollus, presi¬ dent of Sr. Hadassah. The tea which will follow the meeting will be in charge of the hospltaH Ity chairmen of the three groiips, who Include Mrs. Her¬ man Geichman, Mrs. Ben Kahn ^ana Mrs. Victor Ringer. ' Program chairmen of tfte three organizations are Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Mrs. Ben Yen¬ kln and Mrs. Bernard Feitllnger. All Jewish wonien in the cojn- munlty are cordially invited. As in the past, sale of articles pro¬ duced by the blind will be con¬ ducted that afternoon by the Council of Jewish Women Com¬ mittee for the Blind. B'nai B'rith's A. D. L. Meeting is Jan. 23 Richard. E. GuLstadt, executive vlce-chalrmaii of the Antl-Defa¬ matlon League, will be principal speaker at B'nal B'rith's ADL meeting Jan. 2.1. Nationally known for his work as administrator and in¬ novator in the field of Jewish public relations, Gutstadt will bring a first hand report on nat¬ ional ADL work and antl-Semlt¬ lsm to the people of Columbus. At one time, the ADL official served aa president of District Grand Lodge No. 4, D'nal B'rlth The Increasing antl-Semltlsm which followed In the wake of the Hitler success In Gerr»any Impelled the Executive Com mittee of B'nal B'rlth to enlarge the organization of the Antl Defamation League and to es tabllsh Its headquarters In Chi cago. Mr. Gutstadt was then trans ferred from Cincinnati head quarters to take charge of this enlarged program of tlie League He became executive vlce-chatr man In November, 1947, and was succeeded as National Director by Benjamin R. Epstein of New York City. _,-5^ ^¦•-v.^r<^'¥S.t"*f3»XV? 2j[\\/ySarvlng Columbua and Central Ohiojelvish Commanily~\y^[^ Vol.+/a), No. 1 COMJMnCS, OHIO, FRIDAV, .lANLARY 3, 10.5 Derottd to Amerfeaa Dr. Salo^ Baron to Open Center Cultural Series Dr. Salo W. Baron, one of the outstanding authorities on Jew¬ i.sh life today, will appear a.s the opening speaker on the Jewish Center Cultural Series, o n Thursday, Jan. 25. It was an¬ nounced by Mark Feinknopf, chairman of the Cenler Adult Activities and Education Com¬ mittee. The Adult Activities and Edu¬ cation committee has been work¬ ing Intensively during the past several weeks to develop a series of Informative and enter¬ taining programs on the highest level of educational and culturty Interest. In securing the services of Dr. Baron, Ihte committee has substantially aohieved this goal for the opening program. Future programs in the cur¬ rent Center .series Include an evening of Jewish Music on Wednesday, Feb. 21 In obser¬ vance of Jewish Music Month; HIV ^4* i^l^||H Mr, Feinknopf t h e Folk Festival, featuring bas.s-barllone. Bill Johnson and his accompanist, Sonya Austin, together with the interpretive folk dance team of Vaientlne Belova and Marek Prokas, on Thursday, March 15; and a panel dLscussion on parent-child rela- lionship.s on VVe(;lnesd«y, April 25. In presenting the panel dis- cus.s1on, the committee is en¬ deavoring to include Informative and stimulating forums on'topics of general Interesi with quali¬ fied resourceful people In the community as discussion lead¬ ers. A numl>er of adull education classes on both Jewish and gen¬ eral subjects are being con¬ sidered as a near future project of the committee. Members of the Adult Educa¬ tion and Activities Commltlee are; David Goldsmith ahd Mrs. (continard on pace 8) Melvina Freeman To Speak Here Tuesday JUNIOR YPli KICKOFF "HOP" THIS EVENING Tonight Is a red-letter ocicaslon in your date book if you're be- Iween the ages of 14 and 18. At 8 o'clock, the Junior Young Peo¬ ple's League is holding a kickoff "hop" at Broad St, Temple. Plan to attend — stag or drag. thla Is the first affair fpr the newly-organized group and Is be¬ ing directed by Renee MlndeUi gen'l., chmn., and the follotvlng conunittee: Sheila Mellman, Barl Soule, Roberta Rltiger, Harriet/ Spilka and Joe White. Besides dancing and a very Interesting program; there wlU be re/reih- ments and oth|r entertaining features. There to greet /dVeryone will be Gerry Cohenf and Sonny Krlss, YPL advlsars; and Mr. aiid Mrs, Victor itlnger. Admission cjiarge Is 2Sc per person. Council Women to Observe Birthday Children stifrt their plann ing weeks ahead for a birthday So does the Council of Jewish Women. On Feb. 6, the Colum bus Section will be 34, J^atlonal 57; and so there Is a double rea¬ son to celebrate. Mrs. Fred Yenkin and her CQmmlttee have a clever plan for this festive birthday program, but to make it Work, they need you. That's why you're getting in on the plans so early. They hope to find a Rogers and Ham- mei'steln or an Irving Berlin among the members. Here is what you are to do: get together your own group to present songs—a barber shop quartet idea—from the Gay go's, the Charleston era, the video period, hillbilly, or What have you. Let's see how clever you can be. Wear the costume of your choice appropriate to the period, choose your co-talent and get to work. Competition will be keen and prizes will be given to the best music-makers. To enter the contest, register with Mrs. Howard Bloom, DO. 5065. The. deadline is Jan. 25, so )get busy right away. Enroll on Council's play bill. Ydu are the program. We want music, music, music! O TWIG #47 TVig 47 will hold its annual card party for the benefit of Children's Hospital polio fu/id on Wednesdpy, Jan. 31, In the social hall of. Bryden Rd. Tem¬ ple. . Newly-elected officers for th^ coming year afe; Mrs. Anne Greenberg, chairman; Mrs. Han¬ nah Lehrer, soc'y and publicity, and Mrs. Mildred Solomon, treas. T^ I. coirpuss ^VB The Tifereth Israel Couples Club Is holding its regular m^eU ing this Sunday, 8 pm., at Broad St. Temple, 'fhere will be a mo¬ tion picture and refreshments. Mrs Freeman Mrs. Marvin Freeman of Ml Vernon, N. Y., will be the guest speaker at the membership party of Capitol Ladies Auxilia¬ ry No. 122, Jewish War Veterans of the U. S.,'.Tue8day, 8:15 p. m., in the vestry roohn of Temple Israel, 925 Bryden Rd. As past National president of this organization, Mrs. Freeman is well known for her engaging personality and dynamic speak ing ability. She was the' first National supply officer and for many years performed the duties gf secretary-treasurer. She holds an admirable reputation for her successful and long rec¬ ord of conscientious affiliation In all veterans organization work. This speclal^membershlp party has been arranged as ,^~ tribute to the 50 new members to be formally Initiated into the local Auxiliary. The beautiful tenor voice of Bernard Docior will pktjyide favorite musical selections. An additional feature of the pro¬ gram Includes audience partlci¬ patloh contests, with lovely prizes awarded to the winners. The social committee will serve refreshments. Cantor Sliolom \Katz At Voliner Dinn No rcKerviitions are nere.s.sa for Voliner Society's .innual in staliatlon dinner at Broad St. Temple Simday, ll has been an¬ nounced by President Harry Beckman. One ot the affair's features^wlll be the appearance of Canlor .Sholom Katz, wiio will conduct memorial .services It 5 p. m. At .'5:30, Melville D. Frank will Insiall the following officers and board members: Mr. Beck¬ man, pres., Harry Masser, vice- pres., Morris Welnstock, treas., and Morris Horwltz, s e c' y. Honorary trustees: George-Good¬ man, 1. Goodman. Ben Rosen, Robt. Wolman, Harry Beckman. AdvLsory board: Abe Luper, Jer¬ ome Solove. Trustees: Dave Fel¬ ger, Hyman Finkelstein, Bill Givets, Joe Krull, Alex Roman¬ off, Jake Sussman, Mel Frank. Dave Galser, Jake Krakowltz, Morris Jonas, Barney Ringer. The banquet starts at 6:30, af¬ ter which Rabbis Samuel W. Rubenstein and Nathan Zellzer will speak. Will Address Local Branch of J.N.W.A. o Book Review at T. I. Dessert Luncheon Miss Ann Purdue, Adult Edu¬ cation librarian of the Colum¬ bus Public Library, will present book reviews of works by Jew Ish authors at the Tifereth Is rael Sisterhood dessert luncheon at Broad St. Temple Monday 12:30 p. m. Mlss Purdue will discuss the following works; "Red Ribbon on a White Horse," autobiography of a Po¬ lish girl, by Anzla Yezlerska. "MInki on Weekdays," a hum- prous novel by Felicia Lamport. "The Thousand Deaths of Mr. Small," a novel, by Gerald Kersh. These are new additions to Broad St. Temple's Minnie Cob¬ ey Library and were suggested by its librarian, Mrs. Mollle Block. The opening prayer will be de¬ livered by Mrs. Aibert Wasser¬ strom.. Mrs. Sam Subow Is pro¬ gram chairman in charge of ar¬ rangements. Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood Has Style Show For Tuesday Meeting at Bryden Rd. Temple "Southbound" will be the theme of the January meeting of the Rose B. Lazarus Sisterhood, next Tuesday at Bryden Rd. Tem¬ ple. A lovely fashion show presented by Madison's will feature resort wear and new Spring fafiWon trends, modeled by glamorous Correale models. — ' A delightful dessert tea has been arranged by Mrs. Mort Kassel, from 1 to 2 p. m., and after a brief business meeting, the style show. A capacity audience is expected, so plan to be there promptly at 1 p. m. Louis Segal One of the leading personali¬ ties In American Jewry, Mr. Louis Segal, will speak at the Ahavath Sholom synagogue Monday, Jan. 15, 8 p. m. Spon¬ sored by Branch #39 of the Jew¬ ish National Workers Alliance of America, the meeting will be open to the public. Mr. Segal has been general secretary of tljo^--4latlonal Or¬ ganization fof nearly 25 years. He also heads the Labor Ziohist Committee for Relief and. Re¬ habilitation, and Is Honorary Secretary of the Jewish National Fund. He is a member of the World Zionist Actions Com¬ mittee, the Executive Committee of the World Union of Labor Zionist parties, the American Zionist Emergency Councli and numerous other American and International Jewish bodies. Mr. Segal has made extensive surveys pf the Condition of the Jewish survivors in Europe, bas been in Israel frequently, and has had many conferences with leaders of government through¬ out the world. The Jewish National Workers Alliance Is a Labor Zionist fra¬ ternal order, with branches throughout the U. S. and Canada. It is closely associated with His- tadrut, the federation of Jew- ish. workers in Palestine, of which David Ben Gurion, Israeli Premier, la the head. The Colnmbas branch has been in existence for the past SS yeara, and Is now headed by Mr. Dave Felger. The entire cpmmuhlty Is cordially invited to this Import¬ ant meeting. O CHURCH OF THB AIR ' Rabbl Nathan Zellzer will speak on the Chjirch of the Air program via WBNS tomorrow/ 9:30 am.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-01-05|
|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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