Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-11-02, page 01
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Archaeoliglcnl & mstorlcal Museum N. High St. at 15th—1 LAUSCHE, RHODES JOIN BARKLEY IN BOND RALLY tHROMCLE ^^y~SenVn<3 Columbus and Genital Ohio lewish Communlly '0\R Vol. 29, No. 32 COLUMBUS, omo, miDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1951 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals 'Blood Donor Day' at Center Thursday Fvery American should know that juat as much as guns, ships, plaii' ', and submarines, blood is a weapon that serves our armed forces. Btood la a life-restoring medicine which brings color back to the checks of the wounded serviceman and protects him in his hour of greatest need. But, at the present time, there is a critical shortage of this vital weapon for our defense — a short¬ age brought about by the demands of the Korean campaign. It is im¬ perative, therefore, that every member of our community who is physically able to do so, do his part to protect America and our men in uniform by donating a pint of blood. It is also of vital importance that we maintain adequate reserves if we are to assure members of our own community free blood when they need it. Next Thursday, between 1 p. m. and 7 p. m., at the Jewish Center, the Jewish Community Blood Don- (coDtinned on pafe 8) o JWV ARMISTICE SERVICE Jewish War Veterans Armistice Day services will be held Friday, Nov. 9, 3 p. m., at the Agrudas Achim synagogue. Principal speaker of the evening will be Percy W. Freedlander of Louisville, Ky., National Executive Director of JWV, who will present an American Flag to the syna¬ gogue. The JWV Auxiliary will also par¬ ticipate in the evening services. BOOK REVIEWS TO START NOV. 12 Three consecutive Monday (Nov. 12. 19 and 28) at 2 p. m., at the Excelsior Club, Council of Jew¬ ish Women's members can hear one of the most prominent scholars of the community, Rabbl Harry Kaplan, review three books around a common theme . . . YOU AND YOUR TIMES.... the struggle for liberty that wc as Jews have had through the years and the effects It has on everybody living. The first book which Rabbi Kaplan will develop In his review will be MOSES by Sholem Aach. It is a tale of the ancient struggle for liberty. Doctor Kaplan will, by using the common theme, try to (contlnaed on page 8) FREE LOAN SOCIETY Ladies Free Loan Society will hold Its board meeting Monday, 12:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Alex Welsman, 763 Seymour Ave. All board members are urged to attend. Sisterhood Party A delicious dinner, delight- ful program and dancing a- wait those who attend A- gudas Achlm Sisterhood's JDirthday party In the social hall of the new A. A. syna¬ gogue tomorrow (Sunday) at 6 p. m. Co-chairmen for the dinner are Mrs. Joseph Sch¬ wartz and Mrs. Max Stein. Mrs. Joseph Mtnkln heads the Hospitality committee. Funds realized, from this event will be utilized for the support of the Agudas Achim Religious School. Reservations con be made with Mrs. Schwartz, DO. 9686, or Mrs. Saijford Cohn, DO. 0827. Drive to be Launched Wednesday at Center; Chairman Joseph Zox Outlines Sparkling Program Ohio Governor Frank J. Lausche and Mayor James A. Rhodes of Columbus will join Vice-President Alben W. Barkley in launching the Columbus campaign for the sale of Bonds of the State of Israel at the Jewish Center Wed¬ nesday, at 8:30 p. m. This event promises to stand out as one of the most important In the history of the Columbua Jewish community. Joseph Zox, general chairman of CXilumbus Bonds For Israel, has arranged a full program of surprises-for that evening. The Center Choral Group, under Jerry Grodln, Is now rehearsing the premiere in Columbus of two arrangements; one, the Preamble to the Constitution of the U. S., set Kn a musical background, and the other an Israeli melody in heljrew. Station WVKO will record the cn- llre meeting for rebroadcast the next day. Mra. Bernard Feltlinger, chair- Jewish Studies Institute Opens "'-'' opening classes of the In¬ st.lull- of Jewish Studies will be held this Monday evening, from 8 to 9:10, at the Jewish Center. Re¬ gistrations should be completed be¬ fore reporting to the class rooms. The registration fee of $2.00 and the tuition of $1.00 per course may be paid at the Center desk. The following courses will be offered during the first hour: Ele¬ mentary Hebrew, taught by Mr. Menachem Rottenberg, for those with no prevlpus knowledge of Hebrew; The Jew in Contempor¬ ary Literature, led by Mr. Murray Krieger of the Ohio State Univer¬ sity Department of English; and (continued on pace 3) DONOR DINNER HELPS KEEP ISRAEL HEALTHY NATION You have mado your pledge and reservations for the Hadassah donor dinner Sunday, Nov. 11, 6 p. m., at the Jewish Center. You did send it to the treaaurec of the donor dinner committee, Mrs. L. L. Praver, 285 S. Harding Rd., didn't you? You are excited about going to this affair, which bids fair to be one of the moat exciting and largest social events ot the sea¬ son. The dinner . . . turkey with all the trimmings; world famous en- teKalners . . . Molly Picon and Jacob Kallah; and a big dance, all add up to a "big" evening. A more pleajsant way to help make possible -a healthy and phy¬ sically stronger people in Israel seems impossible. Imagine, the ac¬ tual plans of a group of four or six irienda to attend the donor dinner ia making It possible for more healthy babies to be born In Israel. Sharing an evening of joy and mirth with others In a gay and festive mood, being made to laugh and cheer Molly Picon and Jacob Kallsh will be Indirectly Instru¬ mental tn teaching young people the prof csaloti of medicine. Through your dancing to the melo¬ dies of Joe Welsberg, public health clinics throughout Israel will be created and continued. • « # You will be surrounded Sunday evening by exciting decorations. These are all being designed and made by several Hadaasah mem-, bers, professional in their artistic abilities. Mrs. Myer Mellman, as¬ sistant co-chairman of the donor dinner, has announced that those women Who have been working with her on the decorations are Mesdames Bernard Mindlin, Bern¬ ard Rubin, Norman Meizlish .and Arnold Grossman. Mrs. Jerome Fisher wants to urge all of those who have not sent their checks or money orders In, to do so Immediately. If you have not been contacted by phone, don't feel that you have been overlooked, for the donor dinner committee la looking for¬ ward to seeing you; and the tele¬ phone committee is keeping the wires buzzing to personally inform everyone of the big evening ahead. Do plan to attend and by shar¬ ing a most pleasant evening with your friends, help build and keep a healthier nation In Israel. COUNCIL'S FORUM IS TIMELY Members of the Columhus Sec¬ tion of the Council of Jewiah Wom¬ en will hear outstanding authori¬ ties discuss the opposing views of the controversial subject . . . '•Bombs Or What?" . . . "Complete Disarmament va. Complete Arma¬ ment" . . . Which way leads to peace? That's the subject for the forum at the meeting of the Coun¬ cil which will be held at Bryden Rr. Temple. Tuesday, 1 p. m. Every Council member is a thinking member and should con¬ sider it a duty to view both sides of this important Issue which will play such an important part In her life. Rev. Cecil Hlnahaw will preaent the pacifist's side of the discussion. He is a graduate of the Friends University in Wichita. Kana,, at¬ tended the Univeraity of Denver^ Elsif School of Theology, Harvard Graduate School. He haa" his Mas¬ ters and Doctorate lb Theology. Sharing th^' pacifist aide of the platform with Rev. Hlnahaw will be Rev. Herman Allan. Rev, Allan was born In India and believes that his complete faith In pacificism for peace arises from his having been brought up In a world of the missionary. He Is a member of the Ohio (Committee for FEPC, chair¬ man of the local FOR group, chair- n>an of the State Social Action Committee of Congregational Christian Churches. (continued oo pace 8) Silbersteln Bros. Sponsor 4-Page Edition Marry Silbemteln Columbua Bonda for larael Cam¬ paign waa thla week given a real boost by no ether public spirited citizens than Harry and Max Sil- bcratein of the Columbus Pipe & Equipment Co. and Mount Vernon Bridge Co., Mt. Vernon» O. A spec¬ ial edition of four pages announc¬ ing the Bonds For larael rally at the Jewiah Center next Wednesday, when VIce-Prea. Alban Barkley will be the main apeaker, was apon- sored by the Sllberstein brothers as an Incentive to thia Important pro¬ ject on behalf of the State of Is¬ rael, Aa the moat useful und construc¬ tive in all cfforta affecting the well being, of our people here and thru¬ out the world, the Silberatelns have revealed their true miJttle time and again. They have been a tower of stren^h to many civic, spiritual and cultural organizations, regard¬ less of religion, color or creed. In (continued on pafe 4} Max Sill rtiieln Armistice Sabbath at Bryden Bd. Temple Armistice Sabbath (Shabbaa Sholom) is celebrated annually at Bryden Rd. Temple on the Friday evening nearest Armistice Day, which will be Nov. 9 this year. Dur¬ ing the service on this particular Sabbath, the names of the heroic war dead of World War II will be recalled and Kaddlsh will be re¬ cited in their memory. According to the Temple records, the follow¬ ing Is a list of the names of dear onea of membera of our Congrega¬ tion who gave their lives for the preservation of freedom In World War II; John E. Davis, Morris Greenberg, Richard L. Greene. Sanford I. La¬ kln, Herbert V. Marx, Maxwell J. Papurt, Harold Shuman, Donald Teller. William H. Wolstein. If there are any additions or cor- (contlnued on page 2) o USO HOSTESSES Girls Interested in being US.O. Junior Hoatesacs will be interview¬ ed Sunday. 2 p. m., at the Jewish Center, It was announced by Mrs. Ben Kahn, Committee chairman. To participate in this activity which Includes dances and parties held at Lockbourne Air Base, cari- didatea must be out of high school and between the ages of 18 and 25. Girls selected from the inter¬ views will then be certified after the completion of a training course which will be held at the YWCA, Nov. 20 and 27. man of the Women's Division of Columbus Bonds for larael, and Mrs. Harry Getz, Mrs. E. J. Gor¬ don. Mrs. Jule Mark, Mrs. William Schiff, Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Mrs. Sam Waaserstrom, members of the Steering committee, have assembled a large group of hoat¬ eases for the evening, representing all of the Women's organizations in the city. Serving as hostesses will be: Mesdames Herbert Cummins, Sanford Stern. Ben Yenkin, R. Slaven, Jos. Weiner, Harry Fried- land, Alex Schlezinger, Morris Taxon. David Ralkin, Cy Tanen- baum, Sam Lopper, Milton Leeman, Sam Subow, Harry Post, Chas. Solomon. J. Koren, Otto Newbauer, I. Gurevltz. Mesdames Edw. Stein, Herbert Grossmari, Morris Cohen, Louis Robins, B. B. Caplan, Stanley Sch¬ wartz, Harry Frosh, John Ger- sten, Joseph Leviaon, Maurice Sachs, Sam Goldman, Herman Jacobs, Morris Lessure. Mesdames Marshall Cohen, Bern¬ ard Steele, Frank Nutls, Lester Sellgson. Earle Soule, H. H. Wein¬ berg, Sanford Timen, Morris Men¬ del, Max Ziskind, Aaron Kahn, Emil Brown, Cecile Shapiro and Edith Skilken. o HARVEST DANCE TONIGHT Tonight's the night to dress up In old farm clothes, drive out to Oak Park, and swing your partner at the TIfereth Israel Men's Club annual harvest dance. Dancing will start at 9 p. m. You won't have to be a square dancer to follow the simple rou¬ tines as the caller spells them out. The less you know the more fun you'll have. Refreshments, such as hot dogs, doughnuts, pqtato chips, pretzels, elder and soft drinks, will be "on the house." Admission will be free to members, with a nominal charge for guests. Some lucky dancer also will be eligible fbr a door prize. Oak Park can be reached at 5442 Sunbury Rd., one mile north of Morse Rd. o SIMCHAS TORAH DINNER The annual Simchaa Torah Din¬ ner given by the Tifereth Israel Slsterhopd is ached'uled for this Sunday, 6 p. m.. In the social hall of Broad St. Temple. Humor is to be thcb highlight of the evening since Larry Kent, an entertainer In the Yiddish vein, la the star of the program. Mrs.. Bernard Feltlinger is to be Mistress of Ceremonies. Reservations are under the chair¬ manship of Mrs. Mitchell Rosen, EV. 8266, and Mrs. Marvin Gutter, FE. 2962. -o — IVREEYOH LUNCHEON A humorous skit preaented by members will be a feature of the next regular meeting of the Ivree¬ yoh -Society, a dessert luncheon Wednesday, 1 p. m., at the Jewiah Center. Members of the cast of "The Chicken Gonlff (Thief)" are Paul¬ ine IMrs. WlUlam) Roaen, Bertie (Mrs. Mac) Fine and Betty (Mrs. Leonard) Dworkln. Direction will De by Mrs, Jack Schilling, program chairman.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-11-02|
|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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