Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-10-12, page 01
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Aichyeoligical & Uiaioncal Museum t^. High St at 15th—1 'Hands of Healing* Film Highlights Senior Hadassah Meeting Tuesday at Center Husbands and guests are invited to the Hadassah meeting at the Jewish Center Tuesday, 8 p. m. An outstanding color film, entitled "Hands Of Healing," will be shown. Joe, a typical Hadassah husband, is the hero bf this most Interesting film. "Hands of Healing" is the story of an ordinary American male who went to Israel on busi¬ ness. Heeding the request of his wife, a hard working Hadassah xvoman, he surveys Hadassah ac¬ tivities in larael and experiences one ' of the greatest emotional "socks" of his life. Joe is amazefl nt the herculean job Hadassah does rehabilitating discouraged im¬ migrants; he is startled by the faith he finds In Hadassah's ac¬ complishments in the fields of mcdi(-al and nurses training. Moat of all. Joe is painfully aware of Hadassah's woefully inadequate facilities a result of war - and is determined to do all that he can to help out. The movie was photographed In Israel and produced in the U. S. by Hazel Greenwald, Hadassah film chairman, and narrated by Nor¬ man Rose, well-known radio actor. Succoth decorations will adorn the refreshment table and the foV lowlng women will serve as hos¬ tesses: Meadames Sam Weisenberg, Maurice Bernateln, Irving Chasin I and Jack Flshman. ¦ Sr. Hadassah also will hold a I donor dinner rally. The partici¬ pants: Mrs. Marvin Schulman, ' Gary Kerstein, Harry Cutler, Ar¬ thur Rosa, Arnold Grossman, Rob- ' ert Masser, Sam Newpoff. j Piano accompaniment will b e I by Mrs. Leater Nafzger. Center Pre-School PTA to Honor Officers With Tea and Installation Ceremonies The Jewish Center Pre-Srhool PTA will horW ita newly-i'lerli.Ml officers with installotlon ceremonies and a U:a next W-dneHday. Mra. Ben Kahn will handle the installation ceremoniea and Mrs. Paul MiUer will offer the opening prayer. The main speaker will be Mrs. Rose Schwartz. At tho last meeting, members de¬ cided their theme of activity for the ye&r would be based upon "Strengthening Family Life." The tea will be held at the Cen¬ ter, with the, following officers be¬ ing honored: Mrs. E. L. Goodman, pros.; Mra. Walter Robinson, 1st v-p; Mrs. Jack Silbersteln, 2nd v-p; Mrs. Ivan Gilbert, ree. aec'y. and Mrs. Albert Shkolnick, cor. sec'y. Mrs. Silberstein. Program chair¬ man, SLnnouncea that a film, based on "Stengthenlng Family Life," will be shown Wednesday. IIHRONICLE -. -.¦¦¦f-gao.5fTX%> -^ 2jl\// Serving Columbus and Conlral Ohio Jewish Comniunily^\7/^\^ Vol. 20, .No. 39 tX)H;MBlIS, OHIO, FKIDAV, OCTOBER 12, 1051 Dpvdted to Amcrtron und JewlKh Ideals JACK SCHIFF TO DIRECT REGIONAL ADL ACTIVITIES; ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF BOARD FOR OHIO-KY. OFFICE mm'W 'ir ft; YPL Dance Oct. 28 Plans for the forthcoming "Salu¬ dos Amigos' fall dance of the Young People's League have been virtually completed, according to Fran Goldfarb, Dance Committee chairman. Scheduled for Sunday night. Oct. 28. at Bi-oad St. Temple, the annual dance will be geared to a South American theme. Ziggy Coyle and his orchestra will be there, and an original variety show will feature Mlss Marcla Fisher in an Interpretive Spanish dance, sev¬ eral comedy acts, and singing groups. Refreahments will be sens¬ ed. Entertainment for the affair Is under the direction of Lee Mendel. Esther White. Bea Waltzman and Helen Nutls are in charge of re¬ freshments, decorations and wel¬ coming, respectively. Jean Davis ia publicity chairman. The YPL fall dance is an annual event which in Its first year at¬ tracted several hundred Columbus young people. The affair Is part of the organization's year-round pro¬ gram to provide balanced activities for young people of diversified In¬ terests. The members of the Ex¬ ecutive Board cordially Invite all members and Interested persons to join with them In thla year's af¬ fair. o IIKBREW SHOOL In connection with the observ¬ ance of Sukkoth, the Columbus He¬ brew School will be closed Mon¬ day and Tuesday. Regular classes will be resumed Wednesday, Oct. 37. SUCCOTH FESTIVAL B'nai B'rith Hiilel Fpundatlon Is making plana for a Succoth festival and celebration In the Hiilel audi¬ torium Friday evening, Oct. 19, at T:30. Following religious services, Rab¬ bl Harry Kaplan will discuss the significance of the holiday. Com¬ munity singing will be led by Miss Miriam Halpern. The HiUfcl Players will present a harvest pageant. Student chairman of the event is "Corky** Glick. vice-president of the Hlllel Student Council. "Beat Tiie Clock" The Jewish enmmilhlt.V Ih H' aponding enthuHinNtleitlly In ilmil The Clock," lhe novel rUMil liilfUMM project of the Tlfi'ielli ImiM') Mhi torhood. Under Um' »i\tUt muiU)hl|i of Mth. Harry ilvl*. 'Mi'til TIti Clock" (ifriTN lite MWIIHlHllllt III specific "time" (IM Ih)' i jin ii In those wtio il(iniit'< An (ilichl-tluy elui'li \* ill \n \t\\ display In the wUtitn^v m| I(i|)i|I < Jewelers, The tnHilli)|il iiM it llli h the cloelt Htii|iM, tllluwi Un |i|iM»n tn or of thai eurliilll itKi'Minl ii( |hi minute (if thu imut Itt *u»tutiu iln wlhner nf the HtiiMil IHlHi' Tlllfl Ifl eludes, for twti |M)lnu(lN. hilllfil IU|i airplane pnNsiiH*' l" New Viifll CIIV a weekend nt thii AnIim MhImI rtHll planned unterltUiMUutii The winner will tie runHMiheiil itl the luncheon clImiiKlnH lhe (tnitei | on Jan. 23. Those itieniheiH it( llu Sisterhood who qimjlfy tu iiUeh'l the luncheon by l\trnlnu in \l\eu quota of donations, are hIno en¬ titled to additional prizes, one of which ia a beautiful silver nu>a( and vegetable tray. Any person, who makes a dona¬ tion of 10c or more, may "Beat The Clock." Mra. Getz may be called at DO. 612S, for further informa¬ tion. o SISTEKHOOD MEETIN<i Tuesday marks the opening meet¬ ing of the Rose E. Lazarus Sister¬ hood at Bryden Rd. Temple. An un¬ usual and amusing program has been planned by Chairman Mra. Sidney Blatt and her co-chairman. Mra. Allen Gunderaheimer. This "dream" of a show, entitled "The Program Chairman's Dilem¬ ma." features a large group of sis¬ terhood personalities, full of fun, Inspiration and entertainment. There will be a delightful tea honoring new members beginning at 1 p. m., a short buaineas meet¬ ing, and then the program. Every¬ one is cordially invited. o A(it'DAS ACHIM SISTEHHOOD Agudas Achim Sisterhood's luncheon for paid-up membera will be held Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., In the social hall of the new syna¬ gogue. Through the courtesy of The Union Co., the ladies will be enter¬ tained with a style show, high¬ lighting current and winter fash- Ions. Mrs. Max Zisklnd will play the musical accompaniment far the show. Mra. Theo. Schlonsky will give the opening prayer. Mi-s. WlUlam Rosen, Program chairman; Mrs. Joseph Minkin Hospitality chairman; and Mrs. Joseph Schecter, Membership chairman, extend a warm welcome to all members. Paying your dues, for the coming year, will be your contribution to a delightful after¬ noon. Arrangements have- been made to care for children between the ages of three and six. NI rtiw (neiilVili » MIdney O. liiiNtvoi'in, Mavliini ,Mr«. Allieri \. WtilihiMMi. riiMotititill ll M e h Mcliirfi I iihtinhtmi IteiiliiiMlii IC. Epstein, New York. 2nd row (Nlnndlng) — Arthur Beerman. I>n.> Ion; Kifclph Ijizunm, Colum- him; .NlnNcn <iroHH, ChleaKo; Sey¬ mour (lorchoff, ColumbuN. *" Other officers not pictured are Sam Kamin, Lima; CharleN W. IMorriH, lx>uis\ ille. Ml Irti II li> IllM nt I >ii|i|M|hi)it ^VilM iliihtl •liiiliiihili >•! Mil' MiifiMl itf lilt Mhlii |(i ijhii III hi HiMintI <'fni >< Mldiuy (1. KiiKwnrm of Dayton was tions agencies. This discussion cul- ri'-elerleil Monornry C h a i r m ii n. ; minuted in the adoption of the fol- lh> ¦llil!' r IM,'- hl«l (I'I'H iihri In u\ III rulMMt ^'.('' i-i\>. in|( I • llll III llliMM l|iMll||ll)Ml|l >M litll^MIMl ;| Ml Hrhllf ^i) *lilhl M I Uil'iii'liitd M>Mill ih llli n'lMKlfl Ih ¦ )ll I •iHlMMl'lUtl Ue I'ilet led Ifl thi- poMitlon of vicc- iliiKlini'n w*'ci' Arthur Beerman of I'liyliMi, Hum Kamin of Lima. Char- liB W MiirrlH of Lnuisvilie, and Mm Albert A Woldman of Cleve- lilhil I'hi iiHtrMln« Messlon of the meet- Itill ^^'If) devoted Lo a review of the lilMlihuhlH of th4« activities of the H'Mlnnn) office preaented by Sey- lowing resolution: "Resolved, that In view of the program activities described thia day. we, as a group and as individ¬ uals, urge upon our community welfare funda the maximum sup¬ port for the Anti-Defamation Lea¬ gue through the Joint Defense Ap¬ peal. In doing so we dedicate our¬ selves to disseminating informa- lll Hi Ml I'll I IMHtit lit till 'MH ii>! n) Il liiittti I In jIliKHl I IiHmI H^tlph IfJIAMIUH, lltl' ii'lltHiH I liiilllMiin Ih Ihe |ii)n|- lluM uf HuiMU'ti V I 'liiiiriMiin Mi MidiMfiiil tliKtuI 'mi iwti IHinir llori'linff, the Regional Di- | tion regarding the programs of the M'elm, iind his ataff. Mr. Nissen | League on a national and regional level. With reference to the Mac¬ lver report, we encourge discus¬ sion but we urge the withholding of any action until the conclusion of all pending deliberations and the completion of the final report by the National Community Rela¬ tions Advlaory Council." ! (lnNH, I ilr''»'l"r of the League's II <ltl III Uln ivnili uf ti'ni ( I'Mndlng Department, descrlb- lltix HI n hI UK II Mtt'fM I'd lite lUirrxnt atatus of organized nnd overt anti-Semitism in this r'i>uliui Thi' entire iifternoon session was devoted to a conside.ration of the Miulvec report on community rela- FACULTY 18 SET FOR "INSTITUTE OF JEWISH STUDIES JJ I »r. Miirvln Knx, prf)feHNor of i Kaplan, director of the B'nai B'rith IMilloHnphy itl Ohio Hlate Unlver-1 Hlllel Foundation at Ohio State. slty and one of Crthimbus' leading, will lecture on "Outstanding Jew- flHUrea in Jewish education, has ' ish Personalities,",an area In which be4>n appointed to serve as director | of the Adult Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jewish X^enter. ac- ] cording to an announcement made i by Harry Schwartz, president of the Jewish Community Council. The Institute, designed to pro¬ vide varied opportunities for pur¬ suing organized study in the his¬ tory, languoge, literature and re¬ ligion of the Jewiah people, will function under the auspices of the Jewish Community Council with the co-sponaorshlp of the Jewiah Center, the Columbua Hebrew School and the several congrega¬ tions of the community. A highly qualified, staff of pro¬ fessional instructora will provide top level leadership In the six courses to be offered during the three eight-week terms. In addi¬ tion to directing the Institute, Dr. Fox will teach a courae in "Modern Jewish Thought." Ral^bl Harry Dr. Fox he ia eminently qualified. The field of history for the first term will be In the capable hands of Rabbi Samuel Rubinstein, spiritual leader of the Agudas Achim Con¬ gregation, teaching a course in "Jewish Life in the 19th and early 20th Centuriea." Prof. Kr .ger of Ohio State will present "Toe Picture of the Jew In the Contemporary Novel." Mr. Daniel Harrison, director of the Columbus Hebrew School, will teach a course in "Intermediate Hebrew" and Mr. Menarhem Rot¬ tenberg. of the Hebrew School fac- utly, win instruct "Elementary He¬ brew," Other leading educatora named to' serve on the faculty of the In¬ stitute and scheduled to teach In the aecond and third terms of the current year include Rabbi Leopold Greenwald, aplrltual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation and an author of International reputation; Dr. B. W. Abramson, well-versed In Yid- j dish and Hebrew Literature; Mr. (contlnaed on pftce 8) UJF SPECIAL SERVICE COMMITTEE IN FINAL ROUND-UP Service committee. They know tion at Ohio State University, the how urgent the continuing needs Columbus Hebrew School and our of our people are. The United Jew- interfaith work here In our city Thirty Icadera in the Columbua community have signed up for the United Jewish Fund Special Ser¬ vice committee, chaired by Danlei Cohen. Mr. Cohen expressed his gratification with the response thus far. The new additions to the com¬ mittee since last week are! Nate Cooperamith, Marty Frled¬ berg, Joe Goldslager, Jerry Grodin, Albert Harris, Dr. Harold Monett, Tom Piatt, Herman Seigel. Saul Sokol, Lester Thai, Sam R. Topolo¬ sky. Abe Wolman, Abe Yenkin. "These workers know the full meaning of the holy days seaaon and are practicing the precepts of our faith, not only by their own giftfl but by taking on this addi¬ tional assignment for the Special ish Appeal is engaged in a great effort to secure more pledges and to translate pledges Into caah as quickly as possible so that the dol¬ lars can perform their life-saving and rescue work. Thousands await eagerly the opportunity to settle In Israel as a haven from persecution. More than 4& agencies look to the single annual campaign of the United Jewish Fund for their In¬ dispensable supporL "All the agencies need funda to carry on the programQ requested by people In our community and In other communities throughout the country. Our local agencies — the Jewish Center, the Hlllel Founda- aJl require funds If they are to con- tlnue to render the necessary quality of service expected by all of us. "This is the time for everyone to examine his heart and to give with the maximum generosity so that we can truly say that we have begun the new year Justly, mercifully and happily." If you have not already done so, mail your pledge to the United Jewish FHind office, c/o Jewish Center, 112a College Ave. If you would like to know more about the programs or wish to have a solici¬ tor call and talk with you, call the UJP at DO. 2731.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-10-12|
|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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