Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-02-06, page 01
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Mus-'Mim N. liiKli S'l. at l.",lli —1 JIflRONICLE YlW// Serving Coltunbus and Ceniral Ohio Jewish C<Smmunity \]P^ Vol. 31, No. 6 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1953 Devotei] to American and Jewish Idoals Columbus To Voiee Protest Against Red Anti-Semitism Mrs. Frank Lausche, Mrs. Howard Bevis Panelists for Rose Lazarus Sisterhood Monday at Bryden Road Temple Membera of Ro.so K. Lnzania Sisterhood are anticipating a delight¬ ful afternoon Monday, l::iO. in the vestry room.s of lirydon Rd; Temple A special day ha.i been planned by Mrs, Sol Shnman, t-hairman of pro KDiniming and her committee. Tho meeting date i.s u apecial nnt a ihanKf from the usual Tuesda\ meeting, to Monday afternoon A speciaf Valen tint- tea and ret* p tion, frilly with all the traditional Vai(>ntinc symi)oIs, is being arrang¬ ed by Mra. Meyer Monett and her committee. Then, a Kperlal program, "IJfe With Father", featuring the wivoN of Ineiil and nntionuJIy tiittwuH men. will climax the holiday motif. Mrs. Frank I^uache, Mra. How¬ ard Bevis, Mrs. Lee Malone and Mrs. Jerome Folkman comprise the informal panel. Each of theae lad- iea wiii reveal some 'of the trials and joys of life with her special Valentine-- the govornoi- of Ohio, the preaident of Ohio State Uni¬ versity, the Diroctor of the Colunri- bua Gallery of Fine Arts, the rabbi of Brydon Rd. Temple. The meeting will start promptly at 1:30, with tea and the reception following to honor the guests. Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood members are urged to bring guests, to hear this unusually entertaining and witty program. Mra. Herbert Wj.sc ia preaident of j the Slaterhood. Mil. >\ML! 1^ To Speak Here B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundation will present the noted author, pub¬ licist and translator. Maurice Sam¬ uels, who will apeak at the Foun¬ dation next Thuraday, K p. m. Topic of Mr, Samuels' speech will be "The World of Sholem Aleichem". For more than 25 yeara, Maurice Samuels, through hia lectures and writings, haa been an outatanding and timeless Interpreter and ex¬ ponent of Jewish values to the Jewish and non-Jewiah world. His chief and most vital concern Is with the preaent and future of Jewry with ita continuity aa a significant force in the shaping of human destiny. (continued on page 4) Beth Jacob's Men's Club Installations A free chicken lilnncr will be of¬ fered all member.s and prospective membera of the new Beth Jacob Brotherhood at the installation af¬ fair Tuesday, Feb. 17. 7 p. m., in the synagogue social hall. iluest NjM'alter on the proKmm wlll he "Mike" Sehwartz of the Jewish Center. IlleomlnK offlcem will he Installed by Kahbl l^o- pold Greenwald. Self-addressed carda for reser¬ vations are being mailed to present Brotherhood members. Reserva¬ tions also can be made with Al Solove, MA. 0344; Morris Wein¬ stock, AD. 0144; Arnold Lcvine, FA. 9516; Leonard Schwartz, AD. 0047. Hostesses Selected For T. I. Party For many years, one of the high¬ lights of the Tifereth Israel Slater- hood's season haa boen Its trafU- tlonally-famous birthday party. This year's is scheduled Fob, 15, 6 p. m., in the social hall of Broad St. Temple. The birthday cake will be re- aplendent with 41 candies and, aa in the past, it will be donat»,'d by Mr. and Mra. Dave Chesca, in memory of her mother. Rachel Sie¬ gel, a past preaident of the Sister¬ hood . Mra, Anna Shenker has charge of the buffet aupper, to which all Sisterhood and Congregation mem¬ bera are cordially inivtcd. No charge will be made for the dinner or the i;v(rning'a (entertainment, which iVill feature a muaical come- (cuQtlnurd un puKC 4>, SISTERHOODS MEKT The annual joint Slaterhood meet¬ ing will be held Wednesday, March 11, 1 p. m., in the aocial hall of the new Beth Jacob Synagogue, 950 BuJen Ave. Thla meeting will be preceded by a tea, with tho Beth Jacob and Ahavath Sholom Sisterhoods as hostesses. TSADOK & NAKDI In Farband Caravan Till- .Jewish rvntrr t'ultural Series is proud to present an out- wt.-ind ing array of talent aa its major offering for .Jewish Mu.sir Month "Th.e I-'arbaiid Caravan", the star- fitiidded theater-concert production, will hi' given at th<* Jeuiaii Center. Feb. 25. 8:30 p. m. Featured in the three-language 'Yiddish, English, Hebrew) pro¬ gram of drama, songa and comedy, lioaded-by the-worhHnmowned ac- 'nr and' director, Jacob Bon-Ami, win be Ahuva Taadok, Isi-aei'a Foremost Yemenite singer, and Nachum Nardi, eminent composer- pianist. Mr. Ben-And, bewt remembered for hi*i magnificent work in "A Mag i,** Horn" and the ViddJN/i versions of "Uoath of u Sales- nuin" and "I>et<M'tlve Story'* will l)<* iiccoiupiinied by Bortha <iors- t*'n. the "first lady" of the Yld- dlsli Art Thoalro. Thj-s prf)gram. a.s other.s in th^' Center Cultural Series, ia free to Center membera, by advance res¬ ervation. Non-member admission is $1 per person. An unusually heavy response is anticipated for thia program, in view of the star-studded cast. The community is urged to cal! the Center desk to assure reservations. Israel Sending UN Official Here For Meeting Feb. 17 .Ml .hnvi.^-h j^ioups in Colunibu."^ havo boon invited to join in a niiis.s- (ji-ntc.-^l aK'tin.s't ('(iinnumisi and'-seinifi.sm, Tho nuH'ling will l)o hold at tho local .hwish ConlM-, 'I'tios- day. Kol), IT. ^ ]). m. Principal .speaker at th(> meeting and representing tlu- Israel gov¬ ernment wilt be Harry Zvi Zind<T. I'resa Officer of the Israel r)elegation to the l.'N Mr. ZinHcr was Chief of ISureau fnr "Time" and "Life" in Paris and in the Middle Kast, The communist policies of the Russians and their satellitea threaten the lives of .'i,000.000 Jews, nU)st of whopi are the survivors of Hitler Already, concentration campa have been act up by the Reds in Eastern Germany, under the management of the very Nazi who waa in charge of the Warsaw Ghetto for Hitler's Storm Trooprr.'i. The rail for the mass action was undort^iken by the Columbus Zionist District after an iirgent request was made to tho community by tho national offices of Z.O.A. , Additional Jewish organizations will consider joiijiiTg this protest meeting at the forthcoming board meeting. Dr. Bernard Mindlin, president of the Columbus Zionist District, stressed that no solicitation of any sort will be made at the meeting. Invitations to addreas the group have been sent to Senators Taft and Bricker, Congressman Vorys, Gov. Lausche and Mayor Ostreicher. Admission Tickets Are Tax Stamps It's only a green square' of paper, but it figurea prominently on the evening of Feb. 15, at the Agudas Aehim Sisterhood cocktail party and (lance. Wt-'re speaking of sales tax stamps, those redemptive little papers so frequently d i a c u .s a e d these days, because $100 in stymps will admit you to this affair. If you don't have enough stampa. admi.s.sion is .'E3.00 In cash per per¬ son, Mra. Rudolph Mlnkin, hoapitality chairman, and Mrft. -Morris Gold, co-chairman, promise unuaual deli¬ cacies aerved smorgasbord atyle. Woyking with Me'sdamea Minkin and Gold are: Meadamea Abo A. Wolman, Sam Valcov, Milton Berman. Harold <coDtlnueit on pace i) WTVN ANNOUNCER REVIEWS NOVEL AT HADASSAH MEETING FEB. 17 Murray Loekard, well-known WTVN announcer, will be fi^atured at Hadassah's next regular meeting, Tuesday. Feb. 17. 1 p. ni.. at tho ,Jewish Center. Mr. Loekard. who haa delighted Cohimbu.iites for a numb^T of •years with his radio dramatizations, will review the popular novel. "The Sojourner", a atory of life in the Mid-V^'cat country, written by Marjorie Kinnan RawUnga. Miss Rawlings will be remembered as the authoress of "The Yearling". Loekard for a number of years ' ^mmi^mm^^m^m^m^^mmmmmmmm^mmmm conducted and participated in the popular -Air-I^ne" library, which was broadcast over station WOSU In colobration of rfewish Musit Festival Month, Hadassuh has planned another prognuii treat Trudie Richman will offer a a( lection of Hebrew and Jew.lah folk aongs and melodies with her own accompaniment on the guitar Trudle has made a hobby of t ol lecting Jewlah and Hebrew folk songs and stories as she traveled in thi.** country as well as In Israt I and will entertain with some of htr best numbers. Mra. John Gersten, Religious chairman, wiahes to announce that plana have been completed for Ha- dassah'.s annual Sabbath Service. Mra, Max Frank, charming and gra<'iou.s regional v-president of Hadaaaah, whose home Is in De¬ troit, will be guest speaker for tlu* evening. GERTRUDE EDDY WILL PERFORM AT PIONEERS' DINNER A bright new talent In the person of Gertrude E^ddy will be presented to the community at .the annual donor dinner of Pioneer Women, Sunday, Feb. 22, 6 p. m., at Beth Jacob synagogue. Out of the glijter of night cluba In Chicago cornea someone new and freah to Columbus — GERTRUDE EDDY - with her own style of songs and characterizations In English and Yiddish. Mra. Eddy will be accompanied by another outstanding and popu¬ lar musician, Mr. Roger Garrett, at the piano. Pioneer Women are fortunate In having Gertrude Eddy on one of her rare appearances in theater life alnce settling In Columbus. She is now associated wtth WBNS-TV studio and Mr. Garrett is on the staff of that station. To complete the program of en¬ tertainment that satisfies. Pioneer Women brings you a dynamic per¬ sonality, from national headquart- ers, to speak on "Israel". Call FE. 1403 or DO. 4009 for reservations. Service Project For Capitol Ladies Aux. Capitol Ladles Auxiliary 122, Jewish War Veterans, has adopted the Veterans Administration Hos¬ pital at Ft. Meade, Md., as a major service project, with the purpose of providing means of -entertainment to these servicemen. ' The hospital at Ft. Meade re¬ cently acquired 4 5-r p m record players. Tho Capitol Ladies of, Cxj- lun>bua are appealing to thi' gen¬ eral public for records specifically designed for the "45" player. If you have any Western, classi¬ cal or semi'Classlcal records to con¬ tribute, contact Mrs. Jeanette Le¬ Vlne. FA. 1089. Sylvan D. Schwartzman On Hillel Forum Two outstanding educators will discuss the question, "Is the All- Day School the Anawer to Jewish Educatlbn?" tomorrow, 8 p. m., at Hillel. Taking the affirmative position will be Dr. Marvin Fox. assistant professor of philosophy at Ohio State University. Dr. Fox, ii well- known Jewish leader. Is also an ordained rabbi. The negative, side will be pre¬ sented by Dr. Sylvan Schwartzman, who ia professor of Jewlah educa¬ tion at Hebrew Union Collego-iJew- ish Institute of Religion In Cincin¬ nati, and a recognized authority In hla field. This featured program la open to the community.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-02-06|
|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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