Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-07-10, page 01
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.MCLUU'OllKl'^ill 1.V llisloiuul Vliisoiim N. High St. al 1,'jth—1 B-Day Kickoff Party for Workers July 22 A' gala Roi-together to acquaint i the C^ouncil. RefrnHhmentH and en- , chairman of Wnmen'K DlvlNion, to he done and to acquaint them | Hlood Donor workers with the next tertalnment will be provided free. Misn Bennette Stein. | with the piann and purpose of do- "B" day drive is Hch©du)e<l for (ieneral chairman tor the Jewish Mrs. Schecter haK announced natin^ htood. It will also, in some Wednesday, July 22, 8 p. m. (lommunity Blood ponor Council Ih that Au(f. 12 will he the next "B" j small measure, pay tribute to the I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Zncks have Mrs. Joseph Schecter; eliairman of duy. Purpose of the party July 22 many, many workers, chairmen, | ' groclottsly offoroU their home to! Men's Division. Mr. Izadore Zeldln;' Is to Inform workers of their Jobs | and regulars who have helpeil make all **B*' days successful. All chairmen, workers, their wives and huHbands are invited. General eoordlnalor for the Blood Donor Council Is Mrs. Chic Tails. 2j\\// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish CoHimunity \\j'/\\^ Vol. 31, No. 28 COLCMBCS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1953 Devoted to American and JewlBh Jdeali Summer Ceramics Coiirse Offered Center Adults . In response to numeroua re- questa, the Adult Activities Com¬ mittee of the Center is offering an eight-week aummer course in Cera- mica beginning July 1. This is tho first time that thla popular special interest activity had been made available on a day-time basis. The course will be offered from 10 a. m. to 12 noon or from 1 p. m. to 3:00, according to the majority preference expressed by those reg¬ istering. . Day of tho week wlll also be de¬ termined by the registrants. Mr. Ftalph Trivella, outstanding ceramist and artist, will continue to instruct the aummer claas, which is open to Center mV.'mbers at $12 and non-members at $16, including coat of basic materiala to be used. --''' Persons interested in participat¬ ing in tho course are requested to register in person at the Center deak as quickly as possible. German Indemnification Bill to Get Final Okay on July 17 B0.\'.\, i.JTAI — The bill for lhc paymenl of more than 4,()()(),()()0,()()() murks (.$9.')2.0()0.0()()i damages lo Jews and other per.sons who were persecuted by the .Nazis, which was passed in the Bundestag, the lower house of parlia¬ ment, will come up for final approval on .July 17 before the Bundesrat, the upper house. LEFT TO RIGHT, ARE: Sonla Stevens, Feed Schwartz, Marcia Fisher. Saul Izeman, Char Stevens, BJ's Family Picnic Set for Aug. 30 Plana are boing made by the committee of Beth Jacob Brother¬ hood for fl family picnic at Heim¬ endale Park, Sunday, Aug. 30, starting at 1 p. m. A full day's schedule of games and (contests for the young and the young at heart will be Included in the program of events. There will alao be evening danc¬ ing, v^ith prizes to be awarded to winning participai\ts. An atmosphere of carnival gaejty, and live pony rides for the kiddies will stimulate the taste for the younger sot. The Bee Jays take this oppor¬ tunity to invite membera, their families and frlenda. PIQNEEK WOMEN #1 Pioneer Women's Group 1 will have a luncheon next Wedneaday at the Ahavaa Sholom Synagogue. PI^OQRESSIVE JUpAISM" OPENS WORLD PAULEY LONDON, (JTA)- The four-day international conference of the World Union for Progressive Juda¬ ism was opened here by Rabbl Dr. Leo Baeck, veteran leader of the movement, who called on Progress¬ ive Jewry to take the lead In showing the world the Jewish ap¬ proach to the problems confront¬ ing mankind. But thia, Dr. Baeck declared, could only be done when the Prp- greaslves become fully aware of historic facta and the facts of to¬ day and "one of the moat moment¬ ous facta of today ia the State of Israel." Dr. Nelson Glueck. preaident of the Hebrew Union College in the U. S., who is president designate of the World Union, told delegates from five continents that religion emphaalzea the Importance of the individual in democracy. "We dare not shirk our ruaponsibillty by pleading ineffetitlveness of our per- aonal influence," he said. Last-minute arrangements are being compieti'd for the Voung Adulta' "Midsummer Mitzvah" at the Jewish Cuntcr this evening and tomorrow. This WL'ck-end ia an inter-city affair and delegations from Dayton. Cincinnati, Indianapolis and I^uisviJIo will visit the city to participate in all the activities. Thia program is the first of its kind in Columbua and is expected to have a large attendance. The week-end will Start off with registration, which will begin at 6 p. m. at the Center, A dance will be held in the air-conditioned audi¬ torium at 9 p. m. The "Mellow- Jacks" will provide the muaic and refreshments will be served. A BRUNCH WILL be served Su^jday morning at 11:00, followed by an informal get-together. The afternoon program - will Include volleyball, softbail, badminton, bowling, hiking, table-tennis and swimming. Thd week-end will end with a welner roast and campfire In the outdoor area behind the Center. YOUNO ADULTS who have not yet signed up for the weeU-end are aaked to do ao at 6 p. m. Sat¬ urday. A late reglatration fee of $1 will be charged. Sonla Stevens Is general chair¬ man and is being aaslstcd by Honey Fisher, Joy Schlang, Lenny Berlckson, Saul Izeman, Cookie Schwartz, Lenny Bloom, Fred Sch¬ wartz, Rita Stevena, Lola Morgan¬ stern, Marcia Flaher, Barbara Zell, Dave Stevens, Mort G 1 n a b e r K. Charlotte Stevens, Joan Rockoff and Hal Epstein. Special Classes at Hebrew School All pupils of th." Hebrew School were i'.smi. ¦¦¦! last Tuesday for sum vacation. Special claases are Im ng held now for boya who are about to be 13. They are being given instruction In connection with their Bar Mitzvah training. School will re-open Monday, Sept. 14. Parenta deal ring to enroll their children in the Hebrew School for the fall term may do so now. Boya and girla aged 7 are ellgibre to en¬ roll in the beginners' clasa. For particulars, call the office, DO. 7764, Monday through Friday. 9 a. m. to noon. Some objections to certain feat- I ures of the bill may be raised at the Bundesrat. but it ia nonetheless expected that the bill will be enact¬ ed in August and will 4'nt<-'r into ef¬ fect on Oct. 1. It is understood that the Social Democrats, who are atrong supporters of the bill, art; already engaged In preparation of amendments to improve the dc- ficieneiea of the measure. Before [jroposing these amendments, the leadera of the Social Democrata will diacusa them with ft. group of Nazi victims. C^OMPENSATIONS to Nazi vic¬ tims under the bill, as adopted by the Bundestag, will be paid over a period of ten yeara. Losa of life would be compensated with pens¬ ions for survivors. Damage to health would be paid at a minimum rati- of ao'/f of the victim's normal t'arning capacity. Former concen¬ tration camp inmates would reeeive the equivalent of $37.50 a month for the terms of their confinement. The Communists . voted against the bill in the Bundestag.*The Free Democrats were split with a ma¬ jority voting In favor of the bill. Moat of the deputies of the Bavar¬ ian Party and the German Party either abstained, or voted against the measure. Tho bill peiaaed by the aolid majority of the votes of all the Social Democrats and a pre¬ ponderant majority of Chancellor Adenauer's Christian Democrats. AMBASSADOR TO BRAZIL OTTAWA, (JTA) - Sidney D. Pierce, the only Jew In Canada's top diplomatio service, will aoon be named Canadian Ambassador to Brazil, "WATERMELON WHIRL" The uKtted Synagogue Youth of Broad St. Temple invites all teen¬ agers to its firat event of the sum¬ mer, a "Watermelon Whirl", thla Sunday. There will be swimming from 6 to 8 p. m., 35c for all non-outdoor pool members of the Jewlah Center. The rest of the evening can be apent dancing, eating watermelon, or meeting your frlenda on the out¬ door dance floor. Watermelon, aoft drinks and po. tato chlpa wU) be aold. REJECTS APPEAL STOCKHOLM, (J T AJ The Court of Appeals has quaahed an appeal by the notorloua Swedish antl-Semltc, Elnar Aaberg. against a fine of 360 Swedish crowns im¬ posed on him some time ago for distributing pamphlets libeling J ews. JEW SENTENCED JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A Jew who aold larael miltary secrets to a neighboring country was sen¬ tenced here to 14 years' Imprison¬ ment. The spy, who la not on Israel citizen, contacted the agent of a neighboring country. In an Europ¬ ean capital. URGE SCRB^NINtt OF ' NAZI REFUGEES NEW YORK, (JTA) Nazis, Faa- ista and Communists,' should be excluded with eqyal rigor from trie U. S. under the bill pending in Con¬ gress for admission of 240,000 refu¬ gees and displaced persons, 36 national and local Jewish organi¬ zations urged here this week. In a letter to Sen. Arthur V, Watklns, who sponsored the bill, the National Community Relations Advisory Council expressed dissat¬ isfaction on behalf of the 36 groups, with the'security provisions of the measure as they now stand. Thoae provisions rigorously exclude Communlata but are much IcsfJ aev- ere with regard to Nazis and Fas- olsts. The Jewish organizations urged that all should be barred equally. TRANSFER LAND TO JNF JERUSALEM, (JTA) - An agree¬ ment to transfer 2,000,000 dunama of abandoned land to the Jewish National Fund waa signed between the Israel Government and the JNF. The bulk of the land Is agricultural on which nearly 400 J ewlsh settlements have already been established. The land has been officially handed over by the government to the Jewlah National Fund. GOLF CHAMPION DENVER, (JTA) Mrs. Dorothy Heitler, mother of five children, this week won the Denver City Women'a Golf Association champ¬ ionship. She is a previous holder of the Colorado State championship. * • • CITY .SOLICITOR PHILADELPHIA. (JTA) Jer¬ ome .1. Shestack. former asaistant profrssor of law at Ijoulalana State University, has been appointed firat deputy City Solicitor. • « • FIELD DlKECrrOR PHILADELPHIA. MTA) Mor¬ ris Weiss of Philadelphia has been assigned to Trieste as an Ameri¬ can Red Cross field director serv¬ ing with U. S. Armed Forces. * * • riVn. DEFENSE CHICAGO, (JTA) Major Morria Bromberg. Chicago attorney and Zionist leader, has been named to the ataff of the Illinois Civil De¬ fense Corpa. He will assist In plan¬ ning community participation in area defense. « • • LIONS PREXY TAMPA, (JTA) Howard Weis¬ man has been elected preaident of the Ybor City Lions Club. « « * ON JEWISH CX)UNCIL MILWAUKEE. (JTA)"Hy Kas- trul, a member of the board of the Milwaukee Jewish Council , has been elected chairman of the May¬ or's Commission on Human Rights. Mr. Kastrul haa sorved on the com¬ mission since 1948. • • • SCHOLARSHIP NEWARK. N. J., (JTA) — Laui'a J. Klein of South Orange, haa been awarded a Fulbrlght Scholarship for study and research at the Uni¬ versity of Polters, France. Last month Mlaa Klein was one of four students who were graduat¬ ed summa cum laude from Rad- cllffe College. • • ELECTED CHAIRMAN BOSTON. (JTA> Ronald M. Ansln, of Miami Beach, a sopho¬ more at Harvard, shattered prece¬ dent thla week when he was elected chairman of the Dunayer House, a poat usually filled by a senior. Ansln la reputedly the youngest house chairman In the uijlversity'a history. Dunater House Is one of the seven Harvard dormitories.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-07-10|
|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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