Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-03-27, page 01
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Archaeollgical & Historical Museum N. High St. at I5th—1 Urge Early Reservations For B'nai B'rith Dance April 12 After the first announcement of the B'nal B'rlth dance, Bchedulod April 12 at the Jewish Center, the B'nai B'rith office waa deluged with calls for reservations. This year, the dance committee is planning on reserved tables for Ben B'riths and their groups. Music will be furnished by popu¬ lar Chuck Selby, and his orchestra. In his friendly, charming style. Chuck will play request songs and follow the plan of rotating different types of numbers in order to please as many people as possible. The dance committee sends out an urgent call. Ralph Rosenblum who is in charge of decorations, could use some additional help In order to decorate the Center In the usual attractive manner. Any ono intere«ted In working on tho decorations is urged to coll RaJph at DO. 5330 or £V. 5648. All B'nai B'rith membera are In¬ vited to call the B'nal B'rith of- flde and make their reservations for the dance. Thus you wlil assure tabic and seats for your party. The number is DO. 6221. Arrangements will bo made for members to pay their dues at tho door. Dance is free to all paid up members of B'nai B'rlth and their escorts. 3^ - IHRONICLE ^L^// herring Coltunbus and Central Ohio Jewlah Community ^AK Vol. 31, No. 13 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1953 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals Advisory Council Directs Campaign Mesdames Richard J. Abel, M. J. Papurt and Herbert Schiff an¬ nounced thia week that the Wom¬ en's Division Advisory Council has held several meetings for the pur¬ pose bf organizing the Women's Di¬ vision of the UJF. The Advifiory Council 'in (;om- poHed of all tho past chairmen of the Women's Division. This group onch year gets "the Wom¬ en's Division organized, and to¬ gether with the co-chairmen, ap¬ points tho leaders of the various committees. The members of the Women's Di¬ vision Advisory Council include E. J. Gordon, Allen Gundersheimer. Leo Kessel, A. J. Kobacker, Simon Lazarus, Jack Eesler, J. D. Schec¬ ter. William Schiff, Sam J. Sch¬ lonsky, Harry Schwartz and Wil¬ liam Wasserstrom. This year's co-chairmen ex¬ pressed their thanks and appre¬ ciation to their predecessors. "All of these former leaders have been a source of strength to us as the Women's Division gets under way. Each of them remains an ac¬ tive worker In our current cam- palgn^ serving as they have In tho past in a variety of positions. We consider ourselves fortunate to have their advice and counsel available to ua. It Is a wonderful experience to have leadera who, year after year, give generously of their time as well as their money." UJF STEEKINO COMMITTEE — II. J. Abol, president; Fred Yenkln, General Campaign chairman, and (lack Resier. chairman of Special Gifts, this u'eek announced the appointment of the group oh co- chairmen of the Special Gifts Division for the 1953 Unitetl Jewish Fund. Seated: Allan Tarshlsh, I. M. Harris. Wm. Kahn, Dr. Maurice Zox. Standing: Rob't Aronson, L.. J. Krakoff. Fred Yenkln. Richard Abel, Sam Schlonsky, Dr. L. L. Fraver, Sidney L, Katz, Melville D. Frank,^Jtfmirice Bernstein (executive di¬ rector). Not showing: IVIark D. Feinknopf, A| H. I^iwin, Ben Lurie. Dr. tion Shusterman, Gilbert Siegel. Aaron Zucks. HARRY SCHWARTZ Institute Chairman Wednesday, April 8, has been sot as the opening date for the new eight-week spring term of the In¬ stitute of Jewish Studies, accord¬ ing to an announcement by Mr. Harry Schwartz, chairman of the Institute committee. In reaponse to numeroua re¬ quests that the Institute courses be made available to those people unable to attend the Monday classes because of business com¬ mitments, the committee voted to extend the classes to two evenings pef week. The Hebrew language class will continue to oe on Monday eve¬ nings as In the past, with Mr. E^liezar Kass of the Columbus He¬ brew School faculty as instructor. In Addition, Mr. Harbison, prin¬ cipal of the tHebrew School, will teach a course in Readings from the I'ruyer Book, during the sec¬ ond hour on Monday. Four courses will be offered on Wednesday evenings, two from 8 to 9, and two from 9:10 to 10:10. Dr. Marvin Fox, director of the Institute wlll continue his course (G^atlnued on p»k« 4) Local People May Attend Conference The Tlfereth Israel Sisterhood, locally representing the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America, announcea that all lofcal persona may attend aeaaions of tho 9th annual Ohio- Kentucky Branch conference. Approxirruitely ISO womon from ConHervtttive Congregational Sis¬ terhoods in Ohio and Kentucky will convene at the Nell IIoukc April 13-15. Mrs. Martin Shenker, local con¬ ference chairman, atates that Mra, Henry Gichner of Washington, D. C., has been aelected] as^o-J^tlon- al Consultant. Mrs. QiHiner wUi'Sct as discussion leaderLfor the "Sis¬ terhood "Problems" aeW^n at 3 p. m., April 14. (continued on pajce 6) ADL's Symposium To Be Broadcast "Education for Democracy" will be the subject for a featured pre¬ sentation by Miss Gertrude Noar. Acting Director of the National Department of Education of the Antl- Defamation t^cRgue, on the University Symposhim program over the facilities of Station WOSU Wednesday. The half-hour program will be heard at 3 p. m. and again at 6:30 p. m. The Symposium features inter- viewH with distinguished visitors to the community and the university. MlSs Noar waa Interviewed on the Symposium during her visit to Co¬ lumbus in February, at which time ahe served as Educational Consult¬ ant at special meetings of the Bex¬ ley and Columbua public schools. Sh»? alao met with the faculty of the University School, conferred with a group of teachers at Falr¬ moor Klementar.y, addressed classes at Ohio State University, etc. In the midat of this hectic sched¬ ule, she found time to address a luncheon meeting of the local Com¬ munity Relations Committee. (contlnned on pace 0) Mr. Resier, In making the an¬ nouncement, stated? "It Is very gratifying to havo the cooperation, in leadership positions, of this crew of co-chairmen. Every¬ one has a long record of aervlce to the community through member¬ ship In a variety of welfare or¬ ganizations. Each is dedicated to the task of making this campaign a grgat-JuuKteaa." ¦ . . ._ The co-chairmen have held one enthusiastic meeting at which plans were made for successful solicita¬ tion of alt prospects In the Special Gifts Division. MH. ABfiU in apeaking at the meeting. reviewed the develop¬ ments In Eastern Europe which re¬ quired incrcaaed giving this year. He also referred to the variety of agencies included In the cam¬ paign. MK. YENKIN stressed the fact that Jews are bound together by a common fate since what happens In one part of the world, for Instance Czechoslovakia, affects Jews throughout the world, even if only Indirectly. The JeVvlah people, he said, have a noble record of strug¬ gling successfully against persecu¬ tion. There was a general discussion of campaign plans for the Special Gifts Division. (continued on p*Ke 4) Raanana Officers Are Announced First official meeting of Raan¬ ana (child welfare Zionist organi¬ zation) was hold March 4, at the home of Mrs. Wlliiam Rosen, 952 Chelsea Ave. Officers who have been named for the elective year are: Pres., Mrs. Herman Eisenman; vice-pres., Mrs. Saul Levy; secre¬ tary. Mra. Sanford Kayne; treaa.. Mrs. Ed Stan; program chairman, Mrs. Eugene Cohen and Mrs. Mar¬ shall Cohen; publicity, Mrs. Frank Nutis^ Alryoung married women in Co¬ lumbua are urged to join, aa they will bo considered charter member.s for the next meeting. There arc 48 projecta aponaorpd (e^nUnaed on pare S) Gallery Players Raise Curtain Tonight at Center The set ia ready, properties in place, costumes freshly pressed . . . Gallery Playera are ready for the opening curtain tonight. "Counaetlor~At-Law" wlll be pre¬ sented tonight and tomorrow at the Jewish Center. Curtain Is at 8:30. Services Offered For ^Enchanted Evening' will you bo In need of a baby sitter April 26? If ao, we have one. for you. A group of young high school girle enthusiastically agreed to act aa baby sitters tho night of Ha¬ dassah's spring dance (April 26) at tbe Jewish. Center. Any couple who has a resel^ation for the dance can get u sitter by contacting Marjorie Wasserstrom (DO. 67221 or Gerry Shkolpik (DO. 820G). who are acting as (Chairmen of tho teen-age group. (conllnocd on p>Be S) Under the eapable direction of Richard C. Thrall, the cast of 30 will present this drama In a aet t.-tipv:elaUy designed for tlvia pro¬ duction by Mr. Leon Seligson. Aaalating with the production are Mra. David Roth, propertlea; Mrs. AHAVAS SilOLOM HIRES RABBI RABINOWITZ Ahavas Sholom Congregation, 878 S. Ohio Ave., this week an¬ nounced the appointment of Rab¬ bl Jacob S. Rabinowitz, formerly of Congregation^ Agudas AchUn in Taunton, Muss. Kabbl Rabinowitz, whose first Hermon at Ahavas Sholom will be Saturday morning at 10:30, Is originally from Mimohester, Eng. Irwin Barkan, costumes; Mra. Sam Lowenthal, makeup. Mra. Melville Frank ik in -i^harge of production. "t^ounaellor-At-l-^w" brings I o the Center stage the largeat ea.st of any play thus far. It brings to tho stage charac¬ terizations never before seen in a production by Gallery Players. Truly this Is one of the finest atudiea In character ever to be pre¬ sented. And to make these people live are some ot the finest playera. Ann Swedlow will be seen as the most memorable Mrs. Becker, a pathutlc person who will warm you; • Ine« Feitlinger will bring chuckle as an acquitted murderess; The familiar "ward-heeler" la ex¬ cellently portrayed by Snnforil I*1iik; ;sAnd Charlie Rohh will delight you ias the ex-cohvlct employed as a process server, All seats, are reserved. For those who have hot made advance reser¬ vations, tickets will be available at the box office at the- door. Ad¬ mlaalon is free to members of the Center, $1. ko non-members. Mrs. Bernstein to Address Hadassah Today at 2 p. m., Hadassah,will hold an Oneg Shabbat at the lovely home of Mra. Aaron Zacks, 140 N. Parkview Ave. Hadassah is proud to present Mrs. Maurice Rernstein as guest speaker for thi^ afternoon. Mrs. Bernstein, who has a Mas¬ ter's degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto, and "a Mas¬ ter's degree In Social Work from Columbia, Is working part-time as a case work supervisor for the Family and Children's Bureau In Columbus. The discussion for the after¬ noon will center around the time¬ ly and Important Mcf^rrun Im^- mlgrutlon AcC A queation and answer period on this vital Issue will follow Mrs. Bernstein's talk. Hostesses for the 0ncg Shabbat are Mrs. Joseph Groban, Mrs. Leon Ginsburg, Mrs. Louis Zlsklnd, Mra. Lawrence' Polate.r, Mrs- Moe Hirsch. Mra. Hy Stone.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-03-27|
|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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