Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-10-09, page 01
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Aix-lwi.''iliK'i'il '^ lliiUMiial Mli.sciini N. High St. .11 l.'>th—1 MTIOm R£PO/ir COMF£flEh/CE of i OCrOB£/i 10, II HffPl StuUrr, Cltvtlottd Ohio 5^ IHRONICLE l^%]l Serving Columbus and Cenlral Ohi<l )ewlsh Communily WfSi. VOU 31, No. 42 COLUMBUS, OrtlO, KRIDAV, Of.TOBER 9, Ii)59 Devoted lo American and Jewish Ideals Institute of Jewish Studies Opens Wednesday at Center AA Sisterhood to Launch Season Mrs. Marshall Cohen and Mrs. Frank Nutls, chairmen, are In charffp of "booking paaaagc" on the AgnJtlas Achim Sisterhood "space .ihip" which leaves on an around- thcworld trip Tuesday, 12:30 p. m., from the social hall of the syna¬ gogue. It'a thf Sisterhood's paid-up membership luncheon for 105.'^-54, wdth Mrs. Nathan Radzek and htT committee as hostesses Mes¬ dames I. Bender, Cella Katz, Lou Grossman, Harold Topy, M. Ber¬ man, Rudolph Mlnkln, Max Hor¬ kln, J. M. Mlnkln, Sam Valcov, Harry Kay, Jack Kooperstein, Dan Fed(?r and Mbrrls Gold. "Fee" for this Impressive trav¬ elogue is a membership in Agudas Achim Sisterhood. The president, Mrs. Harry Schwartz, feels that thia meeting is a "first" In the Ri3terhr)od"s aeries of interesting, entertaining programs for* 1953-54. (.'hikircn between 3-5 will have professional supervision Tuesday. Opening prayer will be given by Mrs. David Levlson. Dr. B, W, Abramaon and Miss Isabel Miller resource people serving, on the faculty of the will be among the Institute of Jewish Subscription Series Offered by Players Studies which gets under way Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. V Dr. Abramson, one of Columbus' leading Yiddish acholars. will con- d uct the cou rsc on The Worjcs. of Sholenn Aleichem and Itzchok Peretz, presenting highlights from the delightful work of two of the besttknown literary lights in modern Jewish life. This course wlll be given entirely In English. Miss Miller, a member of the faculty of the Department of Edu¬ cation of Ohio State University, will teach- Principles and Methods For Rellgloua School Teachers, a course Intended primarily to bene¬ fit those persona who are engaged in teaching Sunday School clasaca at the several synagogues and tem- pies in the community. DK. ABRAMSON, a life-long student of Hebrew and Yiddish literature, is eminently qualified to teach the Sholem Aleichem and Peretz Course. He has been an ar- dent worker for the Zionist move¬ ment, the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun- dation and every community ef¬ fort aimed at raising the level of Jewish education in Colun\bu3. In addition to carrying on hia medical practice, Dr. Abramson has been on the faculty of Otter¬ beln College and Franklin Univer¬ alty, He haa most recently been af¬ filiated with the Pgychiatri'c In¬ stitute of the University of London and the Royal CoUege of Medical Psychiatry. Combining hla keen In¬ sight in the field of human be¬ havior with hia rich cultural back¬ ground, Dr. Abramaon promlaes to present a brilliant aeries of dis¬ cussions on the classic Jewish lit¬ erary works. Fees for the Institute, which la open to the entire community, have been act at $4 per term, or $10 for Uio full year. Registration tn ad¬ vance of the opening sesalon la urg¬ ed to reduce lou of olawt time. Other couraea being offered in thla term include Hebrew, Cont«ni. porary Thought; Introduotton to the Bible; and Dr. Harvey Qold- berg's course on Jews in American Life. New to Gallery Playera audiences this year will bo an exceedingly nominal ticket charge. During the firat three yeara of the Players as- aocjatlon with the Jewish Center, it waa felt that Center members should be able to aee the playa free. Now, however, the group haa ad¬ vanced to the point where the Center felt that a amaH charge could legitimately be made to help cover tho coat of productlqn. PRICE OF TICKETS on a sub¬ scription basis ia $1.50 for three plays for Center membera, $2.50 for non-membera. Individual tickets are 75c for members, $1 for non- membera. When you buy your aubacription you will not only be a ivlng money but also asaurlng yourself of the same seats for each play. All aeats are reserved and subscription tick¬ et holders will have first choice. For this reason It la adviaable to make reservations immediately. T^o do this or to obtain further infor¬ mation, please call Edythe Komes¬ sar, EX. 3790, or the Jewish Center, DO. 2731. COCNC^IL WOMEN SEER .SEWINO MACHINE A used sewing machine and- household furniture are among the items needed for Council Women'a "Now Americans" project Good uaed clothing la also need¬ ed, including snow suits for boys & girls, sizes 2-7, and boys' coata, sizes 5-7. Arrangements for pick-up of these articles can be made by call¬ ing Miss Gerta Baruch, EV. 2971. or Mrs. Abe Yenkin, FA. 1774. SIMON-SCHUSTER CO, DONATES 25 BOOKS Rabbi Nathan Zelizer, apirltual leader of the Jewish chapel at Ohio Penitentiary, announces the receipt of 25 books donated to the chapel by Simon & Schuster Inc., publishers, 1230 6th Ave., New York City. Among the authora of the books donated are Edward R. Murrow, "Bing" Crosby, Clifton Fadlman, Jamea (j. McDonald, Bert rand Russell, Margaret Halaey, Stephen Longatreet and Lewis Padgett. MR. WEISMAN Addresses Zionists Mr. Dave Gaiscr. president of tlie Columbus Zionist District, an¬ nounced that the district will spon¬ sor the appearance here of Herman L. Weiaman, author and prominent New York attorney. Mr. Weisman will addri sa an open meeting at the Jewish Center next Thursday, H p. m. Subject of the addreas will be "Israel and the American Jew¬ ish Community." MR. WEISMAN IS eminently fitted to discuss thia subject both by experience and ability. He knowa the U, S., he knows the A.- merican Jewish Community,, he knows Israel. The apeaker is not only a prom¬ inent attorney In private practice in New York, but has held many Important public posts for both the city and state of New York. That Included hia position as as¬ sistant district attorney, chief council to Frances Perkins when she waa Industrial Commiasionor of New York, Assistant to Colonel Donovan in a apecial investigation, and many other positions of public trust. IN ZIONI.ST AFFAIRS he Is noted as the author of the 'book (fontlnuoti un paKc 4) 8th Annual JWVA Donor Luncheon Mr. Mac Murray will he the featured entertainer for the 8th annual donor luncheon !lipoAsored by tho Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterana here. The affair is next Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., at Ilonka's Provincial House. 4O40 E. Broad St. Mr. Murray Is widely known UH the "Miraculous .Mentalist" and haA entert4ilned In many famoiiK clubs and hot4>lH. Mrs, Jullua Margulis, 1953 gen¬ eral chairman for the Auxiliary's main fund-raising project, thanks the ' following workers for their able assistance: Mrs. Fred Adler, Donor treasur¬ er; Mrs. Goodman Kaplan and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, co-chair¬ men, Jack & Jill page; Mra. Israel Berliner, publicity, and the follow¬ ing who worked diligently on the Ad Book: Mesdames Sara Fisher. Harry Cowan, Sam Goldman, Jay Barnett, Jack Franklin, Maurice Goldstein, IjOU (Jrosaman. Herman .Jacobs, Sam Levine, Sam Liehtenstein, David Raiken, Alfred Rosen, Les¬ ter Seligson, Lew Cohen, Sam Cohen, IjOuIs Ackerman, Harrj^ Caraway, Ben Friedman and Miss Bertha Dulsky. PLEDliE CHAIRMAN ia Mrs. Celia Katz, assisted by Mesdames Sam Cohen, Irvin Llchtenstein, Joaeph Cohen, Marty Kaufher, Seymour Spatt and Samuel Berk¬ man. The JWVA will hold its regular meeting Tueaday, 8:30 p. m., at the Center. Mra. Maurice Sachs, program chairman, announces that Mr. Herman Katz will show movies wf hla recent trip to larael, and the JWVA membership and friends are Invited, OPEN-HOUSE Sl'NDAY AT HILLEK FOUNDATION "Rusty" Draper's popular combo will play for the open-house session at Hlllei Foundation this Sunday, 2:30 p. m. to 5:30. COUNCILETTES PLAN SKIT FOR MEETINO A akit entitled "Dames With Aims" will highli'ght the first meet¬ ing of Councilettes Sunday, Oct. 18, 2 p. m,, at the Jewish Center. Members are reminded to bring their dues for thia opening event on the Cvuneilettes' 1953-54 calen¬ dar. MEMORIAL FOR MARTYRS PARIS, «JTA) - -_The launching of a world-wide fund-raising cam¬ paign for the World Memorial for Jewiah Martyra in Paris waa mark¬ ed here at Yom Kippur services. The memorial will include a Tomb to the Unknown Martyr of Nazi persecution, a museum and a docu¬ mentation center which will house documents concerning the pt^rsecu- tion of European Jewry by the Hitler regime. NAT'L COINCIL DAV This Sunday haa been designated "National Council of Jewish Wom¬ en Day," and the NBC network will carry a special broadcast from 11:45 a, m. to noon tomorrow. MUSICAL SHOW FOR JOINT B. B. MEETING Announ<:ement will be made next week regarding the musical show which B'nai B'rith Women will present aa a feature of the joint meeting-with the men's lodge Tuea¬ day, Oct. 27, at the Center. I . "Style Spree for *53" is Theme of Opening Meeting of Rose G. Lazarus Sisterhood ¦ Members of the Roae E, Lazarus Sisterhood of Temple Israel are anticipating a delightful afternoon Monday, Oct. 19, 1 p. m., when Mrs. Herbert Wise, preaident, will call the opening meeting to order. "Style Spree (or '63" will feature board members In roles which they have made popular. They will portray, in verse and costume, their apecial administrative duties for Sisterhood. Mrs. Raymond Kahn will narrate, and Mra. Sol Zell will provide tho accompaniment. New members will be honored at a tea preceding the meeting. Mra. George Nacht and her able committee have prpmlaed their uaual novel ^d delicious refreshments. B'nai B'rith Installation Sunday Night Plans are being completed for the annual B'nai B'rlth Installation ceremony thia Sunday, 8 p, m., at the Jewiah Center. Saul Sokol will be Inatalled as the new president in a program which departs from the traxlltlonal dinner and long-speech affair. Members arc promised brief Introductory remarks so that the main speaker of the evening may take over for his entertaining and Instructive message. Dr. Murray Banks, New York psychologist and humorist, will be the featured speaker, promising an unforgettable evening for Lodge membera & friends. Lawrence Williams, District 2 president, wiU at¬ tend, along with other key officials of the Zjadgp. Chairman B, T. Mindlin is hopeful that the pro> gram de-emphaslzipg many speeches and iong din- ner will prove to be successful in providing an inter¬ esting evening with the apot-llght entirely upon the noted speaker, Dr. Banks. Above is the group of hospitalized Lockboume Air Base soldiers and the hosts who entertained the men on the Saturday forenoon of the Ohio St^Cc^ Indiana football game Sept. 2fi. The gathering waa held in the back yard of the home of popular David Cheaea. After- lunch there, the boya were taken to the football game at Ohio Stadium, aa guesta of B'nai B'rith. Zlon Lodge 62.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-10-09|
|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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