Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-06-13, page 01
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«rcria'»o;)ffic.Ti .t uunoi N. High St. nt inth—1 ^^ iHHROMCLE ,^^^^§1 Sj\\yy Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \//\\^ Vor. 80, No. 24 COLUMBt'S, OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1952 Devoted to American and J^U'fkh IdeolB Annual Picnic ' First Event For New Administration Tuesday. July 1. marks the first official day for the new adminl.^- tration of the following B'nal B'rith officers: Pros., Richard Grundstein; Ist vlce-Pres., Saul Sokol; 2nd vlce- Pres., Meyer Mellman; Warden, Dr. B. T. Mindlin; Guardian. Sol Zeldin; Sec'y, Dr. Norman Berger. First official event under this administration should be fun for everyone . . , the annual family- basket picnic. Originally announced for June 22, the date has been changed to Sunday, July 20, at Buckeye Lake, starting at 1 p. m. Arrangements have been com¬ pleted to get all B. B. membera half-price rates all afternoon. All children's rides will be only 5c and adulta only Sc (on all rides except the roller coaster>. Excursion boats, children 15o; adults, 25c, Swimming, 25c; roller skating, 2Sc. Picnic will be held at Picnic Point, reserved for B'nal B'rith. More details later, but keep this date open for the best B'nai B'rith picnic ever held. Mrs. J. D. Schecter Elected President of B'nai B'rith Women's District Grand Lodge No. 2 STAUB ELECTED TEMPLE LEADER Mr. Staub Milton Staub is the new preaident of Bryden Rd. Temple. Mr. Stoub was elected at Temple Israel's an¬ nual dinner meeting recently at Winding Hollow Country Club. His fellow officers will be: Jack Res¬ ler, lat vice-pres; Leonard Kohn, 2nd v-p; Trustees, 3-year term - Samuel Shinbach, Sol Morton Isaac, Dr. Lewis Basch, Herbert Schlff. Jack Ratner; Trustee, 2- yeir term ¦ - Leon Friedman; Trus¬ tee, 3-year term — Leonard Stern, past president. Mr. Staub was born in Kaschau, Hungary. Just a few months prior to World War I, the Staub family emigrated lo Akron. He attended Buchtei CoUege, University of Akron, and Ohio <conllno«l on pare 4) o CENTEIt INTERMEDIATES The Inftrmediate planning Com¬ mittee of the Jewish Center wiil install their officers at an installa¬ tion dlnner-d a n o e , Wednesday. Benjy Zox, past chairman, will be the Installinr of fleer. New officers to be intalled are Barbara Col\sn, .president; Sheila Levlson, vloe-'pres; Mike LeBurk¬ len, sec'y, and Beverly Schecter, treas. A banquet dinner will be served at 8 ;30 for members of tho IPC and thelr^tMests. Following the dinner there will be an outdoor dance for all Intermediates. Admission to the dance Is free. Among the dignitaries at tills week's District Grand Lodge No. 2 B'no/ B'rith convention al the Deshler-Wallick Hotel were the above! Left to rijfht—Louis Matusoff of Daj-ton, president-elect; Allan Tarshish of Columbus, post president; Justin L .Sillman of Columbus, general convention chairman. Standing are Judge Charles Rosenbaum of Denver, post president, and I. VV. Garek of Columbus, viiSe-presldent of the Supreme Loiige. Mrs. Jane LaoSche (center), wife of the govenor, was guest of honor at instailtttlon ceremonies for new officers of the B'nal B'rith Women's Dlstriet Grand Lodge in th« Deshler Wallick Hotel, included are (left to right): Mrs. Joseph Schecter, incoming president; Mrs. Albert A. Woldman, vice president of Women's Supreme Council and past district president; .Mrs. Ijiusche; Mrs. Hyman C. Weisman, past president of both district lodge and Supreme Council, and Mrs. Lewis Sharp, coun¬ sellor of district lodge and junior post president. Outstanding Rabbis Will Be Here For Program Some of the greatest rabbinical personalities of our time will be in Columbus Sunday, Juuc 29, to par¬ ticipate in tho traditional Impres¬ sive ceremony of lifting the holi¬ ness from the old Beth Jacob syna¬ gogue to the new BJ structure at 959 Bulen Ave. Among the outstanding guests who will be on the program are: Rabbi W. Loiter of Pittsburgh, Rabbi I. Stolman of Detroit, Rabbi E. Bloch, dean of Tolzer Yeshiva in Cleveland; Rabbi Efralm Schiff of Cincinnati and Beth Jacob's wor¬ thy and beloved rabbi. Leopold Greenwald. A vqry famous cantor will ren¬ der "El Mole Rachamlm" after all deceased presidents who served Beth Jacob Congregation in the past 43 years, and additional mem¬ orial servicea after all deceased members who worshipped in Beth Jacob aynagogue in the past 43 years. The entire Jewish community is Invited to this holy occasion and also to the banquet, 8 p. m., on the same day. o FURMAN IS NEW JWV COMMANDER B'nai B'rith of Columbus—Zion Lodge 62 and women's Chapter 127 -were greatly honored during the centennial celebration of District Grand Lodge No. 2, held here laat Saturday thru Tuesday, at the Deshler-Wallick Hotel. Mrs. Joaeph Schecter was elected president of the District women's division and was Installed at the banquet which closed the historic four-day conclave of gome 7B0 dele¬ gates of the Great Frotemal order. The local lodge was honored by receiving one of B'nal B'rith's highest membership awards for having the biggest net member¬ ship gain In District lodges having moro than 100 membera. The women's chapter was similarly honored for achieving tho top net memberahlp gain In the large- community classification. Allan Tarshish, outgoing preal¬ dent of the District Grand Lodge, waa honored tiB the most out¬ standing district leader In the na¬ tion, as well as for his community and human relations work in Co¬ iumbus. I. W. Garpk was named as one of 33 delegates to attend the Su¬ preme Lodge Triennial convention in Washington next year. Leon Friedman received a spec¬ ial scroll for outstanding service to the organization, an award also received by five other Ohio depu¬ ties In District 2. AT BABBINICAL ASSBMHLV Rabbi Nathan Zellzer, stiritual leader oC Congregation Tlfereth Israel, Columbus, *U). attend the 62nd .annual convention of the Rab- olnlcol Assembly of America in Cleveland, June 23*28. The local leader will bo nn active participant In tho four-day pro¬ ceedings which will be devoted In large part to a consideration of the general theme, "The Unity of JewUh People." Charlie Rosa and Sam Paine re ceived awards for their work in membership retention in Coiumbua. Louia Matusoff of Dayton is the new president of the district, suc¬ ceeding Mr. Tarshiah. Matusoff be¬ comes executive head of 95 lodgea in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Miss¬ ouri, (Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas and New Mexico. Dr. Abrom L. Sachar, president of Brandeia University, was prin¬ cipal speaker at the installation banquet Tuesday. Among the Columbus members who were elected to various offi¬ cers were: Sidney li. Katz, to the General Committee; Allan Tarshiah and Justin Slllman, representatives to the Supreme Lodge convention (Rabbi J. D. Folkman, alternate); Mra. Joaeth Schecter, representa¬ tive to Supreme Council, women'a division; Mrs. 'J'heodore Schlonsky, to the General Committee. Commander Furman Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Veterans, Is holding Its annual in¬ stallation of newly-elected officera for 1852-63, Tuesday, 8 15 p. m., at Broad St. Temple. The following were elected to their respective offices: Commander, Melvln Furman, 1086 Lilley Ave., Sr. vice-Comman¬ der, Sam Friedman, and Jr. vice- Commander, Henry Flnke. The installing officer wiil be Wil¬ liam Givner of Lorain, O., recently elected Department CJommandcr at Youngstown. Tho outgoing' Commander is Dr. Ben Gertner. • • • MBS. LESSURE PRESIDENT Mrs, Morris Lessure, 1795 Bide- A-We« Park, was elected presi¬ dent of the Department of Ohio, Jewish War Veterana Auxiliary, at the annual Encampment held laat week-end In Youngstown. Mrs. Lessure was one of the or- gtmizers of Capitol Ladles Auxi¬ liary 122 and served as Its president the firat two years. She has alao served as president of Frankiln County Council of the American Legion Auxiliary. Other local delegates atten.dlng the Encampment were Mrs. Alfred Rosen, president; Mrs. Sam Cold- man, Mrs. Bally Goldberg and t^n. Jeanette l«Vlne.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-06-13|
|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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