Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-07-13, page 01
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ArchaeoUglcal & Hlstoncal Museum ,,,^ , N. HIgb St at 15Ui—1 2 .JHRONICLE zJlM Serving Columbus and Central Ohip Jewish Community\]P^ VoL 20, No. 27 COLlTMBt'S. OHIO, FRIDAY, .lULV 13, 1951 Devoted to Ainetlcan and Jewish Ideals Corneiston« Ceiemonies Tomoriow at Agudas Achim J i.^ SthwurU Tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., thf* ror- nrrNtone of the new AjnidnR Anhlm HynaRQfCue, corner E. Broad at llooNevcIt, will br cotiHecratcd he- forn 11 ^iitherinK of dlffnltHrieH of nity 1111(1 Htate and tho momberHhip of thJK InrK:(>Ht and oldeHt conRre- fration of ColumhuN. It will- be an ocnaHion lonf; to hi> remnmberfMl by hundredH of loyal mon and womi>n who for the piu*t three years have Riven of. their, time, eiierRy and of their meanH ho that thU new hoiiHe of wornhlp niiiy be- eoine the bulwark of traditional JiidaiHiii in thlN (loinmunity and an effective inHtniment for the deve¬ lopment of a keener appreeiation of a poKitive approach to Jewish ha|>pineNH baHed upon the founda¬ tion of Tonih, untlerHtandiiiR and .j4>wlHh values. The program for the afternoon Ih as follown: Invocation — Or. Marvin ^'ox; national anthem — led by Mrs. •loseph I... Sehw'artz; RreetingN — Ahe A., Wolmun, president of Aru- (his Aehim rt marks — Ilarr> (Gil¬ bert, finanelal • chnirman;. Harry Maybruck, ehairman. Board of TniHteeH; Hafry Schwartz,, pro- Rram ehairman; Sidney I.. Katz, chairman in charRc of arniuRe- ments. Mr. Katz will introduce Lt. (iov. (ieorRc I). Ny<". Mayor .James 11, Rhodes and Wm. Schneider, mayor of Bexley. Vocal selections will Iw rendered by ('antor l». H. (jtellman. followed by RrectlngH from .loseph U Sch¬ wartz, chairman of. the biilldlnR commItt4*e; I^>o Vassenoff, builder; Uubbi Ivcopold Greenwald; >IrH. Harry Mayl>n]ck. president of the A. A. Sisterhood, and Harry (iold- berR, <'huirman of <')ievra Kud- (lishiu The consecration of the corner¬ stone-will be lit charRe of Messrs. Max and Harr>' Silberstein. Louis l>akiti and Louis Mellman, honor¬ ary trust^'es, will remove the con¬ tents from the old cornerstone; and the other three honorary trus- tces — rliicoh Krakowltz, Abe Knikoff and Walter Katz — will place same In the box of the new cornerstone. Scriptural readioRs will be Riven by Kabbi Nathan Zelizer. Max Sehottenstein, vice-pres. of ARudiiN Achim, will introduee Hab¬ bl Sanuiei W. Hubenstein, who will Rive the main address for the oc- cuHion. Benediction will be Riven b> Kab¬ bi rierome Folkman. ('oneludinR the proRrutn will be the HinRiuR of "Hatikvah,*' led by ("alitor Ciellman. In exten<linR a cordial invita¬ tion to the entire ('olumbus Jew¬ ish community, the officers and Board of Trustees of ARiidas AchiiM announced that there will be no Holieit4ition of fvinds what¬ soever diirinR nr after the cere- monlcH. Harry S<'hwart7. Harry (iiUiert Mrs. II. ^Ia.^ bruck SILBERSTEIN BROTHERS TO SET AGUDAS ACHIM CORNERSTONE Need Volunteers Urgently for ''B'' Day Harry Hillienituln Max Silberstein The holy privilege of setting the Agudaa Achim cornerstone will go to McHsrs. Hurry and Max Silberstein, life-long members of Agudua Achlm and among its largest ben^faclora. A similar honor for the Sil¬ bersteln brothers took place NaVr_ 23, 1047, when the cornerstone of the Kducational Building of hi. Broad St. Temple waa consecrutod. With u profound feeling of gratitude for their.own good fortune, the Silbersteina, through generous benefactions in behalf of numerous institutions in our eity, have enriched Jewish life and made it meaning¬ ful. In a statement to the Chronicle on this momentous event In the history of Agudas Achim, the Silberatelns aald that their contribution to the new atructure was to carry forward the traditlona and lore of their parents. ''Judalam, aa a precioua heritage, can only aurVive if the great Jewish Ideals that have inspired us are curried on by those who follow," they atresaed. "The new Agudaa Achlm synagogue, through its many facilities for both young and old, will be a great step forward in implanting loyalty to our Torah and trHdltiona and cannot but prove a source of strength to the entire Jewish community," the Silberatelns concluded. Have you made your date to save a life? lietter do it now, for there Lsn't much time till "B" Day, when Red CroHS Bloodmobile will be stationed at the Jewish Center from 12 noon to 6 p. m. A motor corps will pro¬ vide you with free transportation, will pick you up and return you to your home or work. In addition, a nursery will be provided for chll- d ren. We are behind in our quota, so everyone la urged to contribute blood. Remember, your family la protected In case of any emergency and will receive aa many pints of blood as required. You are entitled to that a.s a member of the Jewi.sh community which i.s a participating group. Call DO. 8388, DO. 2377 or DO. 8942 now and make your appoint¬ ment for Wednesday. If you can't, come down that day at any hour between 12 and 6. The canteen will be In operation and free aand- wiehes and drinks will be provided. « « « This In a copy of a teleRram received by the local Red Cross Blood Center: ,lune 2», 19M "New quota defense blood ship¬ ments asaigned your Center be¬ ginning July 1 and for succeeding month.s i.s 3H.')3 pints each month. Thla is standi RR quota. Divide monthly quota intc) regular daily shipments. Report of most recent defense .shipments June, indicate total seriously lesa than May same period. Shipments must Increase Im¬ mediately or organization will fail commltmenta for Armed Forces needs. Situation scri0(us. Muat urge you use (jvery means poaslbk' to In¬ crease collections and maintain regular dally quota shipments." Blood is urgently needed. Cail I)(). 838Jt, DO. 2377 or DO. H»42 and make your appointment for "B" Day. July IH. B'nai B'rith Picnic will be Fun for All The B'nai B'rith picnic set for 12:30 July 22 at Norwood's Amuse¬ ment Park, 2025 K. Main St., was given further assurance of out¬ atandlng success by obtaining the aerviees of "Mike" Schwartz of the Jewish Center to plan and super- viae the aports and games at the picnic grounds. Mike and the Center Staff have promiaed an afternoon of fun for both the parenta and children. Mom and pop are going to get a chance at some hilarious games. They might even take a crack at "broomstick baseball" or team up with the kids In some chariot races. The children are scheduled for a full day of novel and tradi¬ tional contests, including foot and sack races, egg toas, and even a p i e eating contest. Interesting prizes will be awarded the winners. Richard Grundsteln, program chairman, pointed out arrange¬ ments were made to supply music In a shelter houae for dancing. The B'nai B'rlth picnickers will have the run of 12 acres of beautifully shaded grounds bordering on AJura (cvallDocd on pace 4) Above are aome of the workers for B'nal B'rith's annual picnic July 22, Front row, left to right: Jack Belier, (ieorge ILevlne, Nate Nedelman (picnic chairman), "Buddy" Beliii, Bill Truax. Dick (irtindsteln. Buck row: Mort Feigenbaum, l..eo Blum. Harold Topy, Ham Topolosky. Any fun that B'nai B'rith fandlies hu\'e ut the picnic can ulao be attributed to the' following, who were not preaent when thia Topy-photo was taken: Dr, Joseph Venook, Seymour Luckoff, Herman Spachner, Ix Avren, Norm Cohen, Saul Sokol, (jiene Hameroff. IVIike Schwartz.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-07-13|
|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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