Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-17, page 01
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Zjf\\>y Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Conununity \y/\\^ VoL 31, No. 16 COLUMBtJS, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1953 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals AMBASSADOR EBAN TO BE HERE Preparations are now being made to receive in Columbus His Excellency Abba Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the V. S., and permanent representative to tho United Rations, on Monday, April 27. Announcement was mode by Al>e A. Wolmon, cliainnan •f the Columbus Bonds for Israel organization, who is In charge of all arrangements for the Ambassador during his Columbus visit. Ambassador Eban will be received by Gov. Frank Lausche and will address a session of the Ohio Senate later In the day. Mr. Wolman dined with Ambassador Eban at the Embassy In March while attend¬ ing the Washington Conference for State of Israel Bonds and the Ambassador promised hin> that at his earliest opportunity he would visit Columbus. Mr. Eban first achieved worldwide prominence as Official Liaison t>etwe«n the Jewish community of Palestine and the United Nations' committees which deliberated the Palestine problem In Geneva and at Lake Success. He collalwrated in the preparation of the Jewish case which was brought before the General Assembly and the Security Council and himself presented a part of the Jewish pica which resulte<l In the establishment of the State of Israel. After the war, Mr. Eban settled in Jerusalem as Chief Instructor of the Middle East Center of Arabic Studies. SINGER ^EL TORME TO APPEAR AT AGUDAS ACHIM AFFAIR APRIL 29 An oustanding program Is being arranged for the next meeting of the Agudas Achim Brotherhood, scheduled Wednesday, April-20, in the social hall. Pres. Willie Goodman ha^ arranged for the appearance of tho nationally-famous crooner, Mel Torme, as the featured bit of en¬ tertainment. This meeting will be open to all male members of Agudas Achim Congregation. The business meeting starts at 8 p. m., when many important matters will be brought up for the membership. ^April in Paris' Sales Tax Party Wednesday Night An Arthur Weiss Original costume dress, valued at $69.96. wIU be one of the many door priipes available Wednesday evening at the Jew¬ ish Center, where B'nal B'rlth Women present their annual salea tax event, "April In Paris." i This gift was niade posalble through the courtesy of a' leading dres^ manufacturer in the U. S., whose fashionable clothes are sold in Columbus* exclusively at Madison's. Through the courtesy of Mr. Walter Kessler, manager of I^oew's Ohio Theater, 26 tickets Qt admiss¬ ion to the Parisian movie, "Moulin Rouge", will also be presented Wedneaday. "Moulin Rouge" opens at the Ohio Thdater Saturday, April 25, and ties in directly with the evening In Paris which B'nai B'rith Women are providing for all. IN ADDITION. Mr. Kessler has had flown here from Hollywood the original Can-Can costume worn by .Mlas Zsa-Zsa Gabor, star of the movie, which wlll be worn by one of the principals in the "April in Paris" musical presentation, part of the evenlng'a entertainment. Another surprise, this one for men only, is being made possible by Mr. Kessler, for every man present that evening. MAIN PRIZE of the evening will be the choice of either a week¬ end for two at the famous Oakton Manor Resort Hotel at Pewaukee, Wise, or an entire week for two at the fabulous Mount Royal Manor, In Miami Beach, FI4. Tickets for this and the other gifts will be given with each ad¬ mission of $100.In sales tax atamps, (continued on p>Ka 4) FUN NIGH'i" FOR BJ BROTHERHOOD Tuesday, April 28, will be "fun night" for members of the Beth Jacob Brotherhood. The Brother¬ hood get-together will take place in the social hall of the new syna¬ gogue, featuring a cafeterla-atyle luncheon, followed by card games of choice. Arnold Lcvine, newly-appointed chairman of BJ's brotherhood, will summarize the progress being (flontlnned on psfo 4) SYMPHONIC CHOIR AT CENTER Hadassati to Elect Officers Tuesday Next Tueaday. 1 p. m.. at the Jewish Center, is the tinie and place of Hadassah's regular meet¬ ing. Hospitality chairmen, Mra. Joseph Haaa and Mrs. Louis Wilaon, re¬ ceived so many compliments on the lovely Paaaover table last month and the wonderful holiday goodies (continued OQ pase 4) A moat unusual program, cllfnax- Ihg the community's observance of this year's Jewish Music Festival, wlll take place this Sunday, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center, where the Ohio State University Sym¬ phonic Choir will present a con¬ cert. The Choir Is one of the nation's beat-known college choral groups, with a membership carefully ae¬ lected and trained by Its founder and director. Prof. Louia H. Diercks. During Its recent spring concert tour, the 50-voice organization made 15 appearancea in 12 cltiea in Ohio, Pennsyvania and New York, March 19-26. During the 1948 seaaon. the all- student grouii_iS^as aelected for an appearance on theyprogram of the Music Educator's VNatlonal- Con¬ ference in Detroit. \nd In 1949 It sang at the Cleveland meeting of the American Aaaoclatlon for Health. Physical Education and Recreation. The Choir haa also appeared with the Columbus Philharmonic Orchestra and was selected as the winner in a nationwide "choral quest" conducted by the Columbia Broadcasting Syatem. In a setting of beautiful, tradi¬ tional choral arrangements, the OSU Choir win include liturgical numbers . . . aome modern Israeli worka . . and a major work by the eloquent Jewlah compoaer. Juliua Chajea, "The 142nd PsEUm." This musical program, sponsored by the Center Cultural Series, ia free to Center members by re8er>- vatlon, non-members $1. Make your reservations early to guarantee seats. C^all DO. 2731. BAGELS-LOX BREAKFAST!^ AT BETH JACOB President of Beth Jacob Congre¬ gation, Mr. Joe Swartz, takes thla opportunity to welcome all mem¬ bers to a bagel and lox breakfast this Sunday in the main dining room of the synagogue's social hall, at 10 a. m. No reaervation is needed to at¬ tend thla breakfaat of good cheer. Annual Banquet At Broad St. Temple Rabbl Nathan Zelizer will Install newly-elected officers and board members of Congregation Tifereth Israel, Tuesday, May 5, 6:30 p. m., in the social hall of the Temple. Mr. Charles Margulies, vine president of the Congregation, Is chairman of the Banquet Commit¬ tee. MK. 1«EKMA,\ ^L KATZ, presi¬ dent of the Congregation, was nominated to serve for another year In the same office. The com- ' (continaed on pA^e i) Temple Israel Plans 107th Anniversary The 107th annual congregational dinner of Temple Israel will be be held at the Winding Hollow Country Club Sunday, May 17, ac¬ cording to an announcement this week by Jack Ratner, chairnjan of tfte dinner committee. CHARLES P. TAFT, publisher of the Cincinnati Times Star and one of tbe outatanding workera in church circles in Ohio, will be the speaker for the occasion. The complete program will in¬ clude muaical selections and the report of the preaident, Milton Staub. RESERVATION CARDS will be mailed to all members of the con¬ gregation next week. Ratner urged , that all reservations be returned as promptly aa poaaible because the number of reservations will bo limited to the capacity of the club. Rabbi Abba Hiliel Silver to Address, U J F Workers llabbi Abba Hlllel Silver has ac¬ cepted an Invitation of the United Jewish Fund campaign CabUlet to address the annual Men's Special Gifts dinner May 6 at the Wind¬ ing Hollow Country Club. Rabbl Silver Is considered by many as ono ot tho most Influent¬ ial personalities In American-Jew¬ ish life. He has long been a great leader In our country and Is recog¬ nized by many as having made the greatest single contribution to the establishment ol the State of Is¬ rael and its recognition by the United Nations and by our country. Hla great talent manifested It¬ self early In his life when, at the end of the first World War and in his twenties, he was called upon to addreas a large public meeting at the Royal Albert Hall In London and shared the platform with Lord Balfour, Chalm Weizmann, Dr. Max Nordau and Lord Cecil. His close cooperation with U: S. Su¬ preme Court Justice Louis Brand¬ eia In developing a program for tho development of Palestine is famed throughout the country. .Dr.- Silver is not only l^no\vn for his devotion to the welfare of the Jewlah people, but has also achiev¬ ed a high place In the world of lettera and scholarship. He haa written several works of note. In¬ cluding "Vision and Victory," a collection of his major addresses during the eventful years prior to the establishment of the State of Israel. As an American citizen. Dr. Silver \\ae been an untiring sup¬ porter of civil liberties and the ad¬ vocate of social well being In Its broadest as well as most concrete sense. He waa largely responsible for the formulation and adoption RABBI SILVER of Ohio's first unemployment in¬ surance bill. He has been an unfail¬ ing tribune of the public's interest in behalf of justice, mercy and a righteous peace. Dr. Silver received Ills rabbinical training at the J^ebrew Union Col¬ lege, following his graduation from the University' of Cincinnati In 1016. He representa the fifth gen¬ eration of rabbia In hla family. He has been awarded honorary de¬ greea from Weatern Reserve Univ¬ ersity in 1028 and the Hebrew Theological College In 1041. He was a Dudlelan Lecturer at Harvard In 1941. In 1047, as delegate of the Jew¬ ish Agency to the United Nations, Dr. Silver presented the- Zionist point ot view on Israel and his statesmanship In securing recognl- for the new state was a do- termtnlng factor In Ita final reali¬ zation. Dr. Silver served as nation¬ al chairman of the United Pales¬ tine Appeal and National co-chair¬ man of the United Jewish Appeal during the crucial years from 1938 to 1043. For a number or years, lie was chairman of the American Zionist Emergency Counoll and president of the Zionist Organization of A- merica. Dr. Silver demonstrated his lead¬ ership by the manner in which he rallied American-Jewish support In favor of a Jewish commonwealth through the American Jewish Con¬ ference and In manifold other ac^ tlvitles. For more than three decades. Dr. Sliver haa been Rabbl of.the Tem¬ ple in Cleveland, the largest Jewish Liberal Congregation In the United States.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-17|
|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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