Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-04-20, page 01
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Afchuc-ollglcal & Historical Museum N. High St at 15Ul—1 STEERING COMMITTEE FOR UNITED JEWISH FUND WOMEN APPOINTED Preparation for the participation of the Women's Division in the lO.'il United .levvlsh Fund of Cohnnhiis campaign progressed this week wlththp appointment of the women who will he serv¬ ing on thp Steering committee. To this committee will fall the task of outlining the events that are lo take place preceding Ihe actual opening of the solicitation and of setting up the campaign organization of majors, captains and workers. Women who have accepted ap¬ pointment lo this Steering com- ¦mittee Include lhe following: Mesdames Harry Cioldberg. Al¬ len Gundershelmer. Sr.. .loseph Horchow, lion Kahn. A. .1. Ko¬ backer, Rohert Levy. I.ou is Mark, Samuoi Melton, Maxwell .1. Papurt. K. ,1. Schanfarber. .los¬ eph Schecter. I. E. Sealfon, Herb¬ ert Schiff, Maurice Sher, Roy .1. .Slone, Abe A. Wolman and Abe Yonkln. The Steering commlllco was aiipolntod by Ihe four general chairmen: Mrs. Loo Kessel. Mrs. Samuel .1. Schlonsky. Mrs. Ilarry Schwarlz and Mrs. William Was¬ serslrom. with Ihe assistance of the Advisoiv Council, composed of former ' Women's Division chairmen: Mrs .. K. .1. Gordon. Mrs. SimoTi Lazarus. Mrs. .lack Resler and .Mrs. William Schiff. Firsl meeting of Ihe Stooring climmltleo was hold last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Wm. Was¬ serstrom, .'ll.') S. Casslngham. Work for tho lil-ll IMF cam¬ paign goes forward in an atmos¬ phere of urgency. The nation¬ wide drive, of which the Colum¬ bus appeal is ;i part, must be launched promptly to ineet pressing "now or never" emigra¬ tion needs In Kastern F-urope and the Moslem lands, where 200,000 men. women and chil¬ dren wait to be brought to Is¬ rael before events make their transfer Impossible. Failure to effect their swift removal to the safety of Israel before the emi¬ gration deadlines set by govern¬ ment authorities expire may mean disaster for for innocent thousands. . ^=? liiHROMCLE 2j|\\jySerYlng Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communily \JP^ Vol. 2!), No. m COIA'MBl'H, OHIO, FRIDAV, APIIII, 20, IDlil Devoted to Amerlcmn mod Jewish Idealg Junior Division In U. J. F. Drive o Dr. Marcus Guest At Hiilel Apr. 29 The R'nai R'rith Hlllel Foun¬ dation Is making plans for its second event in the Hiilel Head- liner Series Sunday, Apr. 29. The annual Hlllel Lectureship will pre.sent Dr. .lacoh R. Mar¬ cus in a lecture entitled, "An Old People In a New World— The Story of the .lew in Amer¬ ica." at 8 p. m. In the Hlllel au¬ ditorium. Dr. Marcus occupies t h e Adolph S. Ochs chair of .lewish history at Hebrew Union Col¬ lege in Cincinnati, antl is the Director of the Central Confer¬ ence of American Rabbis. Dr. Marcus Is a noted author. He has also contributed num¬ erous articles to the Hebrew Union College "Annual" and other .scholastic journal.s. Danny Kaye To Be On UJA Broadcast Danny Kayo has a big surprise In store for millions of his tid- mlrers when ho will bo he.ird in a special Passover broadcast to be presented by the United .lewish Appeal on local radio station WVlKC next'Wedne.sday. from '.) to 0:.'I0 |i. m. For Iho firsl time In his life. Kayo will play a straight, dramatic rolo. In an (irlginal radio play, "llricks I Without Straw." I-'ollovving Ihc broadcast, Mr, ! Maurice Hernstoin, local rniled i .lewish Fund executive director, I will give a brief mcssiige on the looming U.IF campaign. ^ O jMrs. Robins Honored At Dist. Convention j Another honor was bestowed upon the H'nai H'rilh Women's I chapter of Columbus last Sun¬ day in Cincinn.'iti, when Mrs. I I.ouis Robins was elected ttt I serve on the board of tho State ! Association of BlUV District No. 12. The following women of tho j local chapter attended, as dele- jgates, for the Dl.strlct conven¬ tion: t Mesdames li. II. Caplan, M i Furman. .lack Koopersteln. 'Louis Levin, .loseph Minkin, Harry Schwartz and .loseph Schecter. Mrs. Schecter, who Is one of the Dlslrlcl's ylce-prosl- denls, spoke on the Ald-to-Israel program imd also took part in the panel discu.s.slon at the con¬ vention. Once again the .lewish youlh of Columbtis are stopping along •side of the adults of this corr th F cainpaigi Cour-" Fish lociiuse of hot ivoikor iiud campaign co-clKiirmon Cfnincils point out that Ml Ti'i.-li.... iiu.i-if.. (lli..- its thi- top posilinil poricnco as 'hiiirmaii of o ".MOVIE NIUBT" Hlllel Foundation, will con¬ tinue its series of Sunday eve¬ ning cultural events lomorrow with an Israel "movie night" at 8 p. m. Two Interesting movies, en¬ titled "The Hou.se in the Desert" and 'A Pa.ss to Tomorrow," will be presented. These films are being shown through the court¬ esy of the United Palestine Ap¬ peal. "The House in tho Desert" Is a prize-winning documentary portraying the epic struggle of carving a kibbutz near the Dead Sea. "A Pass to Tomorrow" is an Interesting film showing the plight of the refugee and tho bright future that Israel offers. The public Is cordially In¬ vited. A. A. CHOIR TO CHANT S'FERAH piist U.IF drives. She Is rii'st liresidont nf Phi Oammii sorori¬ ty, iidvisoi- nf Phi Caninia Hota jiiid socrot.'iry of Iho .lewish Cen- !lor Voung A'llull Council. She Is ii graduate of South High School, iittondoii Ohio Stiilo I nivorsltv, iind is secrf.'tiirv to Riibbi .1, l>. Folkmiin of Hryden Hil, Tomplo I Shiii-iiig tho cliiiiriiiiinship is liiiiii H'rith Athlotio-Scholiiiship ;..\wiii(|. rocipiciil, (Inidon /.icks iCiiidon hiis gainod his loailorshin .iliiliiy Ihiciiigh nuniorous iictivi- tics ill Hexley High, whoio ho is iiow il sonioi-. We is prosiilonV of tho schiicil as well as of Its stiii enl go\"oi'nniont. (loi'flon's long list of prosidonoios inchidos Hex- ley's sophomoi'o ii n <l jiin issos, Ihe .leffrov Commmiiiv House Teen-Age Canteen, the Heo-blve' Young Folks Temple Loiigue anil vlcopros. of KTZ friitornity. (l-ordon has had two years experience In U.IF drives.. ' Lloiiiizing the necessity of a siircessful .lunliii' camiialgn. a now ilopiirtmont has been lorm- od, piittoiiiod after the itflull sec¬ tion of I'.IF. A Speciiil Cift^ Divi¬ sion is bi'ing sot liji. uiiilor tho loiiiloi>;liip of Stanley Kiltz Sliill- le\' looks forward to seeing this division grow and become an (rontlnucd on pare 4) "Dr. I. Q." Theme Of P. T. C. Meeting "Dr. I. Q", complete with Mars bars, will be the theme of the final meeting of the Parent Teacher Council of Bryden Rd. Temple. The children of the Sunday School will I articipate in the program scho. lulcd for Wednes¬ day, May 2, i'l the vestry room, promptly at 8 p.m. The "small fry" will take over tho refresh¬ ments. Mrs. Raymond Kahn. presi¬ dent of Ihe group, announces thut the business, meeting will highlitjht the Installation of the following officers and boaiil memliers for the coming year: Mrs. Herbert Fenburr, presi¬ dent; Mrs. Allan Meyer, vice- pres.; Mrs. L. L. Pravor, sec'y; Mrs. Sidney fierg, I'halrman of room motners; Mrs. Dorothy Mellman and Mrs. Sol Danchik, hospitality. ACTUAL CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON NEW BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE HERE Thurstlay. Apr. 12, marked an important milestone In the history of Ueth ,Iacob Congregation. On that day, actual con¬ struction of the new synagogue building began on the structure's new site — DCilen Ave., near Livingston. With appropriate ceremonies. Rabbi Leopold Greenwald, now in his 2lith year as Heth ,lacob's beloved spiritual leader, said: "The Croat Day has arrived; and in the name of the Lord, we have started building tho new syniigogue, and with His help, we win finish it Iiefore the high holidays in September. Wo sincere¬ ly hope that iill our members, friends and well-wishers will look upon the new house of worship as a vital fortress In strengthen¬ ing traditional .ludai.sm In our community. Their support to this holy cause in .lewish life will be highly appreciated." Mrs. garten gradi.'. grade; grade; grade; grade; grade; grade: graiio; grade. Corn Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. aril C .lose Mver Alex Sol .lohn Maur KU Hamo: Hen n ihen, kinder- I)h Zox, Mellman, Pollack, Shenk, Gersten, ce Zox, Levison, Curwln Yenkln, Ist 2nd ,'lrd •1th filh lith '/th Mth 'Jth First Nomination of Officers Scheduled Next Tuesday evening, 8:30, at the ,lev.'ish Center, H'nul B'rith lodge wdll hold a slag mooting for members and guests, featui¬ ed by first nomination cers and a lOmliiulo movie on the Cleveland football team of ijffi ) 1 o r liiowns o Htiiiidliig iilorig side of lo righl: .Mr. .loe Swariz, lyf'opold Creeinvlilcl, Morrib Joe Htidiibeiii;. the e-\<'ji\ ittliig niachliic, left Beth .liu-oh president; lijibhi Welnstock, .Morris Belm and The newly-orgunlzed choir of the Agudus Achlm Congi-egu lion will make Ita debut by Joining Cantor P. H. tJcIInian In the traditional "Counting of the Omer" benediction 7:30 this evening al the Hynugoguc, Washington and I)o|ialdson HU A most talented choir master, Mr. BoriiMleIn, ban been training the choral group. Mr. BomHtotn Is world famous, having served European as well as American communities In his capacity as cboli: master. The public U Invited. INTKRKAITH HKDKK Next Wednesday at 8 p. m. the ll'nai B'rlth Hlllel Founda tion will be host to students from all other religious founda¬ tions on the campus at an Inter¬ faith seder. This Is an annual event sponsored by the Foun¬ dation, with the cooperation of the Student Council for Reli¬ gious Affairs, and Is eagerly looked forward to by the Ohio State student body. Following the ceremonial sed¬ er, which will be conducted by Rabbl Harry Kaplan, the Rev, Russel Jolnes, Assoeiate Secre¬ tary of the Campus YMCA, will deliver an addre.ss on "The High Road of Freedom." A social hour will follow. FiY>ni left to right Rabbl Ureenvvald points to the en¬ trance to the new synagogue structwe to Mrs. H. Shlff, president of the BlSterhood; Mrs. Jor Swartz, Mrs. M. Aaron and Mra. L.. Ozeroff.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-04-20|
|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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