Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-10-05, page 01
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.\vi:liiK!uUKic:ul & lU.siuriCiil viusi'um N. IliRh SI. at 15th—1 YOM KIPPUR NITE DANCES SET FOR NEXT WEEK Plans have all been set for the annual Yom Klppur Night Dance, M regular Institution with the Tif- <-r<'th Israel Men's Club, to be held ul Broad SI. Temple Wednesday evening, from 9:30 to 12:30 n. m. Dancers will enjoy the now floor recently installed In the social hall, Ideal for waltzes, foxtrots, rhum- baa and sambas provided by Eddie Mann and his Combo, popular, club and television group. Stanley Harr and hia committee • have promiaed a full evening of eh- tcrlainmenl Including drawing ol a caah door prize, and Ijawrencc PolHter and his boys have laid in a good store of refrcahnjpnta and beverages. Admission will be free to club membera. For information on mem¬ berahip call Prea. Sam Flaum. MA. 6621. or .Max Siegel, FA. 9692. Pleasant surprises are in slore for those attending the firat annual Yom Kippur community dance at the Jewish Center next Wedneaday evening. The program (.-ommittec has lined-up well-known enter- tainera who are donating tholr services and have requested no ad¬ vance publicity. Hence, the aur- priae element. Ticket aalea indicate that the affair truly will be a community- wide event, attended by those of every age. Tickets will be available at the Center thru Monday night. Ziggy Coyle's orchestra, featur¬ ing vocalist Jerri Champ, will play from 0 p. m. to midnight. — o Hadassah's Study Group Will Meet The Hadaasah Study Group will open Its 1961-S2 season with a ' meeting, 1 p. m., next Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Louis Mark, 2498 Sherwood Rd. The Study Group Is under the able guidance of Dr. Marvin Fox, a member of the Philosophy Department of Ohio State Uhlveralty. who Is well known to central Ohio Jewry for his activity In niany worthwhile community projects. With h 1 a broad background and a wealth of knowledge of the Bible and Jew¬ ish lore and tradition to draw up¬ on, his leadership in the Group discussions has made previous \ meetings a "must" for those who have participated. Based on the esaaya of Ahad Ha¬ am, the discussions of the Study Group cover all phases of Jewish life from parental problems to sociological and religious difficul¬ ties. Hadaasah cordially invites all members and friends who are in¬ terested In a better understanding and feeling for the Jewish way of life to attend this and subsequent meetings of the Study Group. o SPECIAL l!JA BROADfJAST Sid Caesar and Ralph Bellamy will combine their comedy and dramatic talenta when they co-star in a special United Jewiah Appeal radio broadcast to be htjard next Thursday evening, from 10:30 Lo 11:00 (Eastern Standard Time) over the coaat-to-coaat facilitiea of the American Broadcasting Co. In a program entitled "Laughter In The Wind," Mr. Caeaar and Mr. Bellamy will tell the story of how the people of Israel arc maintaining their sense of humor despite many hardships. o — VPL "OPEN HOUSE'* Members and guests arc invited to the "open house" to be held by the Young Peoples League next Thuraday at Broad St. Temple, starting at 8 p. m. There will be dancing. :fD A -^ OfflOJEWMMWRONICLE 2j|\\j^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communlly Vol. 89, No. 38 f'OIAIMBl:.S, OHIO, FRIDAY, 0<T()BEK .% 1951 IK'vrtU'd t,, Amcti<-nn iind .Icwlsh Idpjil.s Dan Cohen Appointed UJF Committee Chairman Samuel Melton, 1951 campaign chairman of the United Jewish Fund, announced this week the ap¬ pointment of Daniel Cohen as chairman of a special committee to call on those people who have not yet contributed to thr campaign. In doing 8o, he stated: "The rcaponse this year to our campaign was gratifyinK Moat in¬ dividuals reaponded to our calls ff)r increasoa. Some were apectaoulnrly generous. However, it seems aingu- larly appropriate that in this .sea¬ son nf the holy days we should give th<js<; whf) mlased doing ao an op¬ portunity to give. This ia the sea¬ aon of personal atock-taking. when each of ua examines his conscience and hia heart to aee whether he has fulfilled hia obligations to hia fel¬ low men. I know that there are tho.se who will be grateful indeed for a reminder of the pressing needs met by the agencies support¬ ed by this campaign and that they will want to give generously when approached now." Mr. Melton went on to say that the committee he felt particularly gratified that Dan Cohen and hia committee are going to make this effort now. "They deaerve the appreciation of all of us for the extra aervice they are giving." Mr. Cohen stated: "I am eager to take this assignment because of my knowledge that each and every person in this community wants to do hla ahare in helping the caujiea. I am aure everybody wants to be Included In the list of gener¬ ous-minded citizens. Alao, I atnd my Oomxnittee realize the urgent need for pledgoH arjd caah by the agcnc- \ the people of Israel can continue ies that look to ua for support, to carry the burden of receiving What pleaaea me moat about this and abaorbing one newcomer ever>' effort now ia that the following; two minuter. In the first six ' montha of 19r)l alone. larael took In 130,000 Immlgrant.s from danger I area.s in Kaatern Europe and the J Near Knai. deapitc unimaginable difficulties. ¦'It ia my con.sldercd estimate- I that within the next 12 to \h weeks. the Tnited .Jewish Appeal muat re¬ ceive II minimum of $3^.000,000 to prevent what might be a catastro¬ phe for tens of thouaanda of err- dangercd Jewa waiting their chance to come to Israel.' " Mr Cohen ailld; "Not only do our fund.N go to Lsrael. but we support such national agencies as the Joint Defen.s'e Appeal, B'nai B'rlth Nat¬ ional Youth Services Appeal, Nat¬ ional Jewish Welfare Board, etc. Throughout the country we sup¬ port welfare institutlona taking care of children, the aged and the III. There are educational and cul¬ tural institutions which could scarcely survive without help of organizations auch as ours. "Local agencies, too, look to us for support, and they have no other form of financing their deficits. I refer to the Columbus Jewish Cen¬ ter, which in the year of its exist¬ ence has rendered aervice far be¬ yond anything we expected. Alao, there is the great service rendered la the Ohio State University by the Hiilel Foundation. The Columbus Hebrew School Is doing much to prepare our younger generation for understanding and traditions of our <c«BtlanMl vn pace 4> Mr. Han Cohen have agreed to serve with me on Leonard Kohn, Charlie Rosa. Harry Post, Troy Feibel, Irving Lackriiz, Boh Aronaon, Harry Sch¬ wartz. Joseph Swartz, Lou Levin. Abe Luper, Norman Mathless. Gil Siegel. J. L. Waisman, Bill Wasser¬ strom. Morria Swedlow. Abe Silver¬ man. Robert Rosenfeld, Larry Felt¬ linger. "I was impressed with the state¬ ment of Edward Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Ap¬ peal, sent to UB from Jerusalem during his visit to Israel. He stated: The amazing thing to' me is that BENJAMIN EPSTEIN TO ADDRESS ADL BOARD MEETING Mr. Benjamin R. Epstein. Nat¬ ional Director of the Anti-Defa¬ mation League, will be tlie featured apeaker at the annual meeting of the Board of the Ohio-Kentucky Regional Office this Sunday, at the Ft. Hayes HoteL The ADL Region¬ al Board is the governing body dir¬ ecting all of the League's activities MUST HAVE TICKET Members of Agudas Achim Congregation will not be ad¬ mitted for Yonr Klppur services next week if they do not have their admittance cards. This will be enforced. Those who do not have their tickets should con¬ tact the A. A. offices, phorte DO. 2747. BENJAMIN R EPSTEIN in Ohio and Kentucky. Mr. Epstein, one pf the foremost leaders in American Jewish life, has been directing the nation-v/tde activities of the League for the past five years. He Is the second U. S. He has been a member of the Illinois Bar for the past 19 years and aerved for several years as a newspaper Counsel in Chicago. For the past 10 years he has dir¬ ected the League's anti-subversive man to have served in this capacity program in the Mldweatern states. being the successor to Richard E Gutatadt, who served as the Lea gue's Director tor many years. A graduate of Dickinson College Pa., he earned hia master's degree from the University of Pennayl vanla. In 1934-35 he atudied at tht. University of Berlin under a ftl lowahlp grant from the Inatitutt of Inlernational Education and on his return from Europe waa named to the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. He twice waa award ed the Jusser and Traveling Fel lowship. Before joining ADL, Mr. Epstein waa chief investigator (or the Phil adelphla Public Defender. He also served with the New York Ftd eration of Jewish Charities and the Greater New York Fund. Another featurt^d speaker at tht meeting will be Niasen N. Gross Director of ADL's Civil Rights Division in the Midweat area. Mr Groaa ia an outstanding authontj on subversive movements in tht MU. dUOSS LEONARD BERNSTEIN NEW SCHOOL HEAD AT BRANDEIS Leonard Bernateln, noted con¬ ductor-composer, has been named Direotor of the School of the Crea¬ tive Arts, the 4th undergraduate division of Brandela Univeraity, whose opening is being announced this week by the University presi¬ dent, Dr. Abram L. Sachar. The School of Creative Arts joins the Schools of Science, Social Science and Humanities, Among the new faculty for the Creative Arts are Louis Kronen- berger, dramatic critic, who will serve as visiting lecturer in Dramai- tlc Arts. A member of the Authors League of America, Mr. Kronen- berger has taught ^t Columbia University and is a frequent con¬ tributor to many periodicals. As Artist In Residence, the uni¬ versity has named Mitchell Siporin, winner of two Guggenheim Fellow¬ ships and the Prix de Rome. Mr. Siporln's' paintings arc represent¬ ed in the major museums thru¬ out the U. S. The novelist Irving Flneman, playwright and literary critic, wili Join the faculty as Lecturer in Humanities. Mr. Fineman Is known for his prize winning play "The Fig-Tree Madonna," and his novels "Thla Pure Young Man", "Hear BQAKD MEETING B'nai B'rith Women will hold a board meeting Mon¬ day, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. All members are urg¬ ed to ahend. i Ye Sons" and "Doctor Adams." A graduate of MIT, Mr, Fineman comps to Brandela from the faculty of Bennington College. Strengthening the music faculty in the new school will be composer Harold Shapero, Lecturer i n Music. A graduate of Harvard, Mr. Shapero is the recipient of twii Guggenheim Fellowships and tile Fulbright grant for study in Rome. His "Symphony for Classical Or¬ chestra" Was commissioned by the Kousaevitsky Foundation, With the start of ita fourth year. Brandeis University (Wal- tham, Mosa.) now has a student body of 66fi young men and women, and a .faculty body of 72 educators. Remember loved ones with con¬ tributions to the Brandela Book Fund, c/o Mrs. Jule Mark. UJA SETS GOAL OF $15-MILLI0N CASH FOR ISRAEL'S AID To help meet Israel's critical shortagea of "food, housing, medical supplies and health .facilitiea. the United Jewish Appeal will seek $15,000,000 in caah during the month of Octob/'r at the rate of $500,000 a day aa part of its emergency nationwide caah campaign to ralae $35,000,000 by the end of 1951. it was announced thia week by Ed¬ ward M. M. Warburg, UJA general chairman, Mr. Warburg, who served as leader of the UJA'a Lt-adership Mission to Israel which has just re¬ turned from the Jewiah State, re¬ ported said that results of the month-long $15,000,000 drive would be announced by 1,000 community leaders on Saturday and Sunday, Oct, 27-28. at a UJA National Re¬ port Conference in New York. Mr, Warburg described the one- month drive for $15,000,000 In cash as "phase one" of the UJA's apecial effort to raise $35,000,000 by Dec. 31. adding that the Report Confer¬ ence in New York would mark the opening of the second and final phase of "this determined effort to help meet Israel's needs by the end of the year." Mr. Warburg aald that the coun¬ trywide $35,000,000 cash drive will be under the National Chairman¬ ship of William Rosenwald of New York, who recently returned to thia country after an extended sur¬ vey of Jewish needs in larael and Europe. He lauded Mr. Roacnwald'a acceptance of this post, asserting that "his job Is literally staggering when you consider that he must mobilize not only many millions of dollars in cash but also an army of volunteers in more than 3.000 Jewish communities throughout the country." Mr. Warburg, who launched the UJA's short-term $35,000,000 cash drive in Jerusalem following talks with Mr. Ben-Gurion, emphasized that "while Israel today stands on the verge bf great new accomplish¬ ments in industry, agriculture, and national development, her ability to realize further progress la In peril as she strains every nerve to overcome shortages arlsfng out of an unprecedented immigration and other factors." The UJA general chairman a- scrlbed Israel's preaent difficulties to what he termed her "basic shortage." "The chief root of Israel's pres¬ ent crisis," he pointed out, "ia her shortage of foreign exchange, of dollars, and it Is this deficiency which the UnittKi Jewiah Appeal must help in part to meet through Ua drive for $35,000,000 in cash, $15,000,000 of which muat be forth¬ coming this month." o AID-TO-ISRAEL FORI M The Aid-to-israel committee will conduct a forum Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8 p. m., at the Jewiah Center, with Ralph Lazarus acting as modera¬ tor. Participants will be recent vlaitors to Israel: Herman Luck¬ off. Harry Gilbert, Herman Katz and Dr. B. W. Abramson. o SPECIAL BROADCAST Station WllFD will carry a spec- al Jewish N<-w Year program to¬ morrow 'Sunday*, 12; 15 p. m. to 12,30. The show "Mualc You Love" features Marion Tuiley and will include the traditional Yiddish song, "Eli Eli." O ~ ADULT ART CLASS Membera of last year's Center Painting and Sketching classes, as well as now applicants, are re¬ quested to register at once for the new 10-aession art course begin¬ ning Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 8 p. m. Class will be held every Tuesday from 8 to 10 p. m. Mrs. Roae Lazar, formerly aaso- ciated with Brooklyn College and Jewish centers in New York, ia the new instructor of the adult art class. Instruction will be given In \ charcoal sketching, water color, j oil painting and other art niedla. Fees are $10 for Center mem¬ bers for the IQ leaaon courae and $15 for non-membera. Those en¬ rolled are to furnish their own materials, which will |u.>, specified by Mrs. Lazar at the opening, sea- aion.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-10-05|
|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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