Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-03-02, page 01
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Arcnaeollglcal & 'uiaioricai Museum , N. High St at HJlh—1 ^^ fHRONICLE 3[\\^ Serving Columbus and Cenlrai Ohio lewish Communlly \^AR \'ol. 2I», No. 0 rOlit'MHl'H, OHIO, FRIDAV, MARCH 2, lO.'il Devoted to Amerlran and Jewiih Idefll. " Member of House of Representatives To Address Local Zionists Tomorrow Tlie Columbu.s Zionlsl District present.s Congressman Emman¬ uel Ccller of New York City In a general meeting at the Jewish Center Sunday. 8 p. m., on the subject "American-Israeli Rela¬ tions." Cong. Celler has Been an at: torney since 1012 and has been a member of Congres-s for the last 2fi years. He Is now chair¬ man of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Rcpresntatlves. He Is also chairman of the House Committee on the Study of lhe Growth of Monopoly in this country, lie is author of the Foreign Trade Zone Act and the Federal Regl.sler Act, and of many bills dealing with econom¬ ic subject.s. He is also the author of the ni.splaCed Persons Bill and of a bill to allow citizens of India to come into this country and become citizens. Celler has always been in the forefront in combatting racial and religious prejudice and dis¬ crimination both inside of Con- many times gress and out, and has ' crossed i .sword.s with Congressman Ran-! kin on the floor of the House Mr. Celler Cong. Celler has always champ¬ ioned the struggle to enlist the American government and Con¬ gress In ."iupport of the establish¬ ment of the. Jewish slate. Since the establishment of the state of Israel, CJpller has led the move¬ ment in Congress to accord Is¬ rael American diplomatic, fin- anclid and technical help. Con¬ gressman Celler had visited l.s¬ rael In 1918 where he conferred at length with all the Israeli leaders on American Govern¬ ment aid to the ' Jewish state and on other rrtatters. Tho ship¬ ments of food, the technical ad¬ visors, and the loans the Ameri- Government accorded Israel are in a considerable measure due to the efforts and the Influence of Mr. Celler The C'olumbus Zionist District Invites the entire Jewish (Com¬ munily to hear a great .lew and a great congressman on a vital subject to everyone. Reactivate USO Here; Committee To Meet The truly momentous decision to recall from (he "reserve" the USO early In February, brought swift action locally. Requested by the National .lewish Welfare Hoard to serve ;is its local agency in the Armed Services Program, tl)e .lewish Center announced the appointment of a steering commiltee consisting of Harry Gold¬ berg, Dr. E. J. Gordon. Leonard Stern and Mayer Rosenfeld. Recalling the experiences during World War 11, the committee pointed out that the success of that program was due lo the splen¬ did cooperation of all the many local Jewish organizations. Ac¬ cordingly, a meeting has been set for 8 p. m. Thursday, Mar. 22 at the Jewish Cenler, to which representatives of all local Jewish organizations interested In war work are being invited. The USO flrsl came Into being RABBI LELYVELD TO SPEAK HERE on Feb. 4, 1041, as a product of America's first peace-time draft. At the peak of activity In. 1044, there were more than .1,000 USO dubs, lounges, and mobile units serving uniformed per.sonnel jl and war workers in this coun- ' try and abroad. Camp shows,: financed by USO, maintained as many as 700 units, playing in all i parts of the world. | Locally the interim USO com-! mittee has already taken the inilial stops to inaugurate a pro-1 gram of service necessary for the expanding military installa¬ tions around Columbus. o Bob Hall on SOS Luncheon Program Topnotch cntcrtainmerit has been arranged for the S.O.S. (Serve Our Synagogue) lunch¬ eon of the Agudas Achlm Sis¬ terhood, Tuesday at the Center. Hob Hall, internationally- known rapid-rhyming p,oet, who has Ifeadiincd nearly evei»y thea¬ ter in the U. S., Canada and Eur¬ ope, will be the fealure attrac: tion of the afternoon. Mr. Hall, who is giving his services gratis for the Iwnefit of the A. A. Sis¬ terhood fund-raising affair, can talk in rhyme and make up songs about anything and every¬ thing to popular tunes. He was a headline attraction at Hilly Ro.se's Diamond Horseshoe dur¬ ing the war and will be rcmem- biMcd hy thou.sands of service¬ men whom he entertained at army and navy camps. Hall parlays a keen memory and nimble wl.t into a novel alil- terallve art. bombarding aud¬ iences Ihroughout the world with on-the-spot jingles and songs built around the names of those present. His apjjearance is sure to please the large group of women who have already made reserva¬ tions to allend the luncheon, and guarantees those present an afternoon of oellghtful enterlain- hnent. j Also on Ihep rogram being ar- ^ ranged by Mrs. .1. D. Schecter !will be the ever-popular Jerry Grodin, who will be accompanied by Mrs. Sol Zell. Jerry's estab¬ lished i;eputatlon in our com¬ munity as singer and entertainer makes his appearance Tuesday an eagerly-awaited one. The S.O.S. campaign of the Sisterhood will give every Jew¬ ish woman in our community In¬ terested in, or sympathetic to, the cause of traditional Judaism an nppoi'tunity which comes but once in a lifetime—the chance to participate personally in build¬ ing a new House of Worship. Through the Si.sterhood, it.s members and others.are being asked lo contribute to the ccim (continued on pare 4) . The above photo, by Herb Topy, is a group shot of tho S.O.S. luncheon's BpouNorlng committee which met lost week at ' the homo of Mrs. SchuttcnNtrin, Their wook will heij> make Tuesday's "Serve Our Synagogue" affair one of the beMt.ever. CARNIVAL AT HILLEL SUNDAY WILL AID STUDENT UJF B'nal B'rltb Hlllel Foundation will be the scene qf a gala carni¬ val Sunday afternoon, from 2 to 5. All proaeeds from the car¬ nival will be given to the United Jewish Student Fund. "There will be many booths offering you opportunity to have fun and at the same time to con¬ tribute to a very worthwhile cau.se," slated Mrs. Sara D. Kap¬ lan, assistant direclor. Refresh¬ ments will be on sale, and at 4 ojclock there will be a special floor show. Following a report of the UJSF campaign, Honor scrolls will be presented to fraternities and .sororllles, who have a 100% membership contribution to the Student Fund. First and second prize awards will be made to the outstanding .booths. Judges will be Prof. Manual Barkan, Mrs. Nathan Lazar, Mrs. Mike Schwartz and Mr. Marvla^Jasolowltz. ACCENT ON YOUTH IN YIDDISH PLAV SCHEDULED HERE Pot-Luck Luncheon Ivreeyoh Society will hold a' pot-luck luncheon and home! beautiful program as a feature | of its r€igular meeting at the' l.lcsvish Center Wednesday, 12:30 ^ 1). m. Tho luncheon will consist of a vaiied' assortment of good, home-cooked food. The program, to be oiKUied by Mrs. Harry Kay' reading Ihe opening prayer, will ^ liave Miss Taylor of Lazarus as its featured speaker. ¦ The program, under the dir¬ ection of Mi-s. William Nullman,; chairman, will be a commentary by Ml.ss Taylor on "A Packaged | Home Decorative Program."- pre- ' senting new ideas in tbe modern [trend.in Interior decoration. I Points tl) be discussed will be | matching of color schemes, sug-1 ingestions for. spring decorations,' ,an(l "what to do wilh what you I have." I The luncheon is [aider the supervision of Mrs. Joe Minkin and Mrs. Jack Koopersteln, hos¬ pitality chairmen, assisted by Mrs. Don Charpie and Mrs. Null¬ man. o Thrift Shop Opens The Council of Jewish Wom¬ en's Twig of the Children's Hos¬ pital will have charge of ihej Thrift Shop, 210 S. 4th St., Mar. l.>Hii7. This early announcement Is being made by Mrs. Irving Sch¬ ulman, chairman, in order to give meml)ers time to hunt up items of clothing, jewelry, old household furnishings, kitchen utensils, etc. There Is an espec, ial need at this time for men's clothing, rhe proceeds from the sale of this merchandise goes directly to the ho.spital, which plays so important a part in the health of this community. Arrangements for pick-up by truck may be made by calling Mrs. Schulman, FA. 4018, by Mar. 10. After Mar. 12, bundles may be taken Into the shop; be sure It Is designated for the Council of Jewish Women. Salesladies are needed, so In addition to calling for a truck pick-up, plea.se volunteer for selling with Mrs. Schiilman, Rabbl Lelyveld An outstanding B'nai li'rith meeting is planned for Wednes¬ day. .Mar. 14. when Rabbl Ar¬ thur .1. Lelyveld, national diiec- tor of the B'nal B'rlth Hlllel Foundations, will speak. Before entering Hiilel work In 101(1 as associate national direc¬ tor, he was executive director ,10(1 national vice-chairman of the Committee for Unity for Palestine of the Zionist Organi- zalitui of .America. Tho Hlllel loader will give a firsthand report to B'nai H'rith J(}(lgo and ehaptor members. He is recoj^nizod nationally as one of the eountry's top .s^oeakcrs. I The meeting will be open to guests of members, as well as to I Iho enlire lodge and chapter memliership. O Aline Elger dnd JacOv Fran¬ kel, two bright young newcom¬ ers to the Yiddish stage, uphold the love Interesi In the -play "A Town Awakes," which will play here Sunday, Apr. 1, at Bexley High School. The program Is being sponsored by Branch 39 of the Farband (Labor Zlcjnlst Order), combined with the 'Voll¬ ner Society of Columbus. When Frankel plays they role of Sol, the Idealistic son, who oul of a sense of moral compulsion has joined the ranks of the fighters for and the builders of the new Jewish State, he Is re¬ peating the drama of his own life. , Like Spl in the play, Frankel too. Is an American Jewish young man who while fighting In the armed forces of the U. S. In Italy, met up with the Jew¬ ish Brigade of Palestine, was carried pway by their rescue work among the Jew|/ih surviv¬ ors In Europe and joined the Jewish underground to help (n the great historic task. "A Town Awakes" features the great star of the Yiddish stage, Menachem Rubin. IN jJVA.VSt^ILliE FOB DI8TKICT MEETING AHan Tarshish, 1st vice-pres, of District 2, Q'nal B'rlth, and Isadore W. Garek, one ot the vice-presidents of Supreme Lodge, will attend a meeting of the General Committee, Dlat. 2, In EvansvlUe, Ind., this week¬ end. HA».i.S8AH 0\E<; 8HAHBAT This aflernoon at the home of Mrs. Louis Schlezinger. 2498 Fair Ave., a most interesling af¬ ternoon has been planned. Mrs. Samuel Wolman will re¬ view "The Family Moskat" by Isaac Hashevls Singer, the story of Jewish community life In WarSfaw .before the advent of Hitler. The speaker will be Introduced by Mlss Pearl Gordon. Mrs. Wm. Wasserstrom, chair¬ man, and her co-chairman, Mrs. Roy Stone, announce the follow¬ ing hostesses: Mesdames Marlln Marx, J. K. Bornstein, Robert Paine, Fred Roland, John Gers¬ ten, Ben Levinson and Irving Shulman. O PARENT 8TUDV GROUP The Parent Study Group of the Council of Jewish Women will meet Tuesday evening, 8:30, at the Jewish Center. Conducting the course Is Dr. Roslyn Pariser, well-known In the field of child psychology. Mrs. Arthur Hfersch will review the book "The Happy Family" by Levy and Monroe. Mrs. Alexander Pollack, vice- chairman of Education, 1 n charge of the Study Group, in¬ vites all Council members. It Is suggested that husbands may be Interested and ar^ very welcome.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-03-02|
|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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