Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-01-11, page 01
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¦5^!P!5!!J!SJSffSweSv«K^W^^^5HW!S.'!«n«s-^ f^- Archaeollgical & HlBlnncal • Museum . ,«,i, i N- High St. at 15tn—1 OfflQJEWIi»g#ffRONICLE ^|\\y^'^ervlnq Columbus and Cenlral Ohio Jewlah Communily \jP^ -aJIB*- Vol. SO, No. 2 COLUMBUS. OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUAUY U. 1962 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals National President of Brandeis Women's Committee Here for Membership Luncheon Mra. Irving Abrartis of Newton, Mass., national prestdent of. the Women's Committee' bf Broni Univereity, will be the guW^ of honor and the speaker at tjjic paid up membership luncheon of the Co¬ lumbus Chapter of the National Womon's Committee next Tuesday, 12:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Mrs. E. J. Gordon, program chair¬ man, announces that Mrs. Louis Mark, Mrs. Robert B. Greene and Mrs. Moe Hirsch will participate In the progrann. Mrs. Alfi*ed J. Ko¬ backer, president, will preside. Nomination end election of offi¬ cers will be held and the national president will install the newly- elected officers and board mem¬ bers. Mrs. Jack Wolman Is chair¬ man of- the nominating committee, assisted by Mesdames Harry Kohn, Jack Resier, Herman Katz and S. P. Edelman. Mrs. Abrams, a graduate of^Sim- mons College, was one of the foun¬ ders of the National Women's Com¬ mittee, the organization which has undertaken the development of the Brandeis University Library. She was the first president ot the greater Boston chapter and had served as ,vlco-pro8tdcnt of the National OommJttco bsforo assum¬ ing the presidency. In 1951, l^ra. Abrams was named to tho Brand¬ eis University Board of Trustees. Mrs. AbrtLms has been devoted ;o fl^interests of higher education for a number of years. She is past Institute of Jewish Studies Adds New Faculty Members Mrs, Abrams It^Ja^ not too lat« to make rosw'atlons for this outstand¬ ing afflUr. Please call Mrs. Abe Yenkln, FA. 1774; Mra. MUton St«fn* DO: 8643, or Mrs. Troy Feibel. DO./ 1235, for your luncheon reservation. president of the Women's Scholar ship Association of Boston. She Is honorary president of the Parents- Teachers Association, of Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline, Mass., the largest reform congregation in Boston. Additions to committees prev¬ iously annothiccd Include Mrs. B. B. Friedman, decorations, and Mrs. I. .W. Garek and Mrs. Allan Meyer, hostesses. Mrs. Abe "Yenkin, chairman of the telephone committee, will be assisted by Mesdames Al Breman, S. D. Edelman^ Herbert Fenburr, Sana Goldman, Allen Gundershelm¬ er, Sr., S. Myron 6urevit2, Moe Hirsch, Joseph Horchow. Mesdames Edward Hyman, Wil¬ liam Kahn, Goodman Kaplan, Harry Kaplan, Max Kanter, Harold Kayne, Leo Kessel, Harry Kohn. Mesdames Irving Lackritz, Si¬ mon Lazarus, Milton Leeman, Rob¬ ert Levy, LoUis Mark, Jule Mark, S. M. Melton, Raynfond Nateman. Mesdames Jack Resier, Morris Resier, Joseph Schecter, William Sohiff, "Sam Schlonsky, Harold Schottensteln, Harry Schwartz, Joseph Schwartz. Mesdames Morris Taxon, Sam Valcov, Louis Wilson, Jack Wol- m94i, Leo Yassenoff, Fred Yenkin I and Max Zlsklnd. • Jiy Vogolbaurr . Melville D. Frank MR^ SHULAMITH WALD GUEST SPEAKER FOR MIZRACHI WOMEN'S ANNUAL DINNER SUNDAY AT AGUDAS ACHIM Guest speaker at the annual din¬ ner of the Columbia Chapter, Mls- rachl Women, tomorrow at 8 p. m. In the Agudaa Achim social hall, will be Mrs. Louis (Shulamlth) Wald, National vice-president of the Jfizrachi Women's Organiza¬ tion of America. Jerry Melmed Mrs. Wald, who is a member of the administrative and national boards, has been I a frequent visitor to ouv community, and her appear¬ ance here tomorrow is sure to de¬ light all who attend. Mrs. Wald has an excellent Jewish and gen¬ eral bacl<ground, being a graduate of Fcrdham University and the National Hebrew School. She Is considered one of the finest women orators in the country, and her brilliant presentations have evoked tho admiration of both the clergy and the laity in many activities. Mrs. Wald i*ecently returned from a two-month visit in Israel, where she went as a delegate to tho World Mizrachl Conference. While there ahe visited all the many in¬ stitutions sponaored by the Mizra¬ chi Women's Organization of A- merlca, and was in close contact with the thousands of children who are the beneficiaries of the chain of projects supported by the Mizrachl Women. In addition to the measage ot Mrs. Wald, greetings will be ex tended by local rabbis and other eminent personalities in our com¬ munity. The dinner, which is open to the public, is being prepared b^ the Gold Catering Co., which is' donating its services to~ Mizrachl for this affair. - (contlnaed on pace 8) Three more outstanding personalities have been added to the faculty of the highly-successful Insti¬ tute of Jewish Studies which wlil begin its second term Monday evening at tho Center. Prof. Jay Vogolbaum. of tho Department of English at Ohio 'State University, will conduct a course on The Old TestAmont and Contemporary Literature, with principal fobus on Thomas Mann s Joseph Stories. A unique course titled Bachgrounds of ,lewish Music is being offered for the first time In the his¬ tory of Columbus, with Mrs. Melville Frank, concert pianist and a leading authority on music, as the in structor of the course. Origins and development of Jewish and Israeli music will be presented by Mrs Frank, with piano and recorded music as illustrative material. Rabbi Harry Kaplan, known for his ability to bring Biblical history Into sharp focus in relation to contemporary society, will lead a course on The Bible and Modem .Man., Continuation of courses In Hebrew and Modern Jowlsh Thought will round out the six-course currl culum. Mr. Menachem Rottcnbcrg, Israell-liorn teacher of the Columbia/ftebrew School, will teach Elementary Hebrew II, for which last term's course in basic Hebrew wiil Jie a prerequisite. Mr. Harri¬ son, principal of Ifhc Hebrew School, will continue his Intermediate Hebrew course, in which simple jea^ings afitt'Conversatlon will be emphasized. A^ prerequisite for this course is the first term courstl or consent of the instructor. Dr. Marvin Fox, director of the Institute and professor of Phillsophy at OSU, will offer a continua¬ tion of his popular "cgorse In Modem "Jewish Thought' -^ Rabbi Ho.ry K«pl«n Participation In the Institute is open to the general community. An Increase in the Initial terms registration i^ anticipated as a result pf the high level b? instructioi^nd the stimulating curriculum offered in the eight week courses. \ -.^ Mo45rate fees include a $2.00 initial registration fee (for new en- roles only>><njd a $1.00 fee for each course. Enrollment In advance of class time is urged, to minimize InterferenoS'with instruction. Reg¬ istrations are being accepted at the Center offlee> Schedule of courses offered in the current term foilov;s: 8:00 to 9:00 p. m.--Elementary Hebrew II—Mr. Menachem Rottcnbcrg The Bible and Miflern Man—Rabbi Harry Kaplan The Old Testament and Contemporary Literature— Mr. Jay Vogelbaum. 9:10 to 10:10 p. m--Intermediate Hebrew II—Mr. Daniel Harrison Backgrounds of Jewish Music--Mrs. Mel Frank Modem Jewish Thought—Dr. Marvin Fox Mrs. Wald AUTHORITIES TO DISCUSS GHILDRfiN'S WELFARE ISSUE Do you want to know what facili¬ ties exist for the welfare of children In Columbus? What opportunities are there for parents to get help In the challenging problems that grow¬ ing children present? What agen¬ cies ar^ there In Columbus offer¬ ing service for children who need help? What are the typical prob¬ lems that call for the services of a social worker or a psychiatrist? What can a social worker or psychiatrist do to help? What kind of a place Is th6\ Bellefaire Institu¬ tion In Cleveland? These are some of the problems that wttt be dis¬ cussed by four leadlngu(^|horitles In their fields at a panel discussion next Thursday, 8 p. m., at the Jew¬ ish Center. The sponsors—the Jewish Com¬ munity Council, United Jewish Fund, Jewish Welfare Federatlo;i and Jewish CenterT-announced the scheduling of a joint meeting open to the community on the subject of "New Vistas in Child Care for 1982." Four experts will lead the discussion: Dr. Amalie Nelson, a leading psychologist and-* active in the leadership of the Coiumbus Council of Social Agencies; Dr. Hugh Missildlne, Director of the Columbus Children's Mental Health Center, Mr. Kenneth Kline, Ebtecu- tlve Director' of the Franklin County Child Welfare Board, and Mr. Alexander Horwltz, Regional (ooatlBBed en page B> YPL INSTALLATION BANQUET SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT Tonight, 6:80, at the Virginia Ho¬ tel, the Young People's League of Templ^ Tlfereth Israel will play host to delegates frpm Ul affiliat¬ ed chapt^a of the Ohjo Region at the first annual Regional installa¬ tion banquet The affair will feature «ji eve¬ ning of entertainment, plus the added attraction of a banquet To top it oft, YPh has arranged fpr dancing to the muslo of ^enry Cincione's orchWra. All tills and a nngBlde seat to the installation ot'Ohio Regional YPL officers mo^/be had for .only $4.00 Chapters in Cleveland, Cincin¬ nati, Akrifli, etc, will send young men and women to this event when YPL's recently^-elected offi¬ cers will pick up the leMlershlp reins for the coming year. Soon to be installed are Bleanor Horwltz, president; Jerry Losliln and Mar¬ guerite Cooper, vice-presidents; Claire Robins (Columbus), sec'y; and Mort Adelson, treasV.. Fran Goldfarb and Elsth^r White are co-chairmen for the event. A limited number o'^j^eraona will be admitted to the affair at 0 p. m.. following tbe dinner, for the mod- eat contribution of $1.26. Many Surprises Planned for Agudas Achim Sisterhood Tax-Stamp Dance Prlze.'j and surprises arc in store for those who attend Agudas Achim Sisterhood's tax-stamp dartce Sunday. Jan. 20, 8:30 p. m., at the A. A. synagogue. . Admission to the dance is $100 I face valuel In sales tax stamps or $3 cash, per peraon. Members of the congregation, the Sisterhood and the public are cordially welcomed. It will bo an evening of good fun. food and entertainment, with proceeds to be used by the Sisterhood for the betterment of th>N8ynagogue and the Religious School, For reservations, please call Mrs. Sanford^^ohen, DO. 0827; Mrs. Jack Davis, KI. 3118, or Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, DO- 9686. Winter Cultural Series Begins Jan. 20 At Hillel Foundation, Continues Thru Feb. 20 B'nai B'rlth Hlllel Foundation cordially Invites the community to Its Winter Cultural Series beginning Sunday, Jan. 20, and continuing through Feb. 20. The series will begin with a "Symposium on Judaism" to be led by four Ohio State University faculty members, on Jan. 20. Thla will be followed by a lecture on *The Jew In Literature", by Dru Joseph Rem¬ enyi, outstanding professor of comparative literature at Western Re¬ serve University. On Feb. S/Rabbi Theodore Gor¬ don, popular fiillel blreotor at tbe Universiity o( Pensylvania, will re¬ turn In a Iccture'reoltal, "Israel Sings Of Freedom". This recital will be part of an Israeli night. Feb. 10 will feature a movie for¬ um, while the Sunday aeries will continue with a forum 41scussion, 'psychiatry and Religion", led by Dr. Ralph M. Pattei'son, Medical Director of the new Columbus Re¬ ceiving Hoapital, and Rabbi Harry Kaplnn. Other features of the Winter Cul- turfd^ttrogram will be «-dafiee re¬ cital by tbe famous Jewish dancers, Delakova and Berk, on Feb. 20; an evening of oi)fc-act plays on Feb. IS by the Hlllel Players and a Broth¬ erhood Program on Feb. 27. W&B VBTS MEET Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Vet¬ erans, will meet at Broad St Tem¬ ple, Tuesday, 8:S0 p. m. On Jan. 22, the War VeU' slag will be held at the Seneca Hotel, dinner starting at 0:30. BOARD WSSETDta UONDAT All Board membera ot B'nai B'rith Women are urged to attend Monday's mlieting at the Cenier, starting at 8:30 p. m. — o EUEOnONS SUNDAY Apnual elections of Agudaa Achim O^gregation officers will be held tomorrow (Sunday), 3 p. m., at tha synagogue. . f>^.-.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-01-11|
|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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