Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-08-28, page 01
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Mil ' 1' N. Iltv I l'-ll< It's not too late to place a personal New Year's greeting In the Chronicle, altho tho dea^IIlnc is past for the an¬ nual Ftosh Hashonah maga¬ zine edition. Greetings by mail (35 E. Livingston. Ave.) or phone (AD. 2954) wlll be accepted for messages In the weekly Chronicles ol Sept. 411. IHRONICLE u\\// Serylng Columbus and Cenlral Ohio ]ev(fish Comm\xri\iy\j['^ Vol. 31, Ni>, 35 COLL'MBU.S, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUOIJST 28, 1958 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals Here are High Holy Day dates for September; Erev Rosh Hahsonah, Sept. 9; first and second days, Sept. 10-U; Erev Ynm Kippur. Fri¬ day night. Sept. ]«; I'om Kippur Day, Sept. 19; Erev Sukko.^ Sept. 23; first and second day.s, Sept. 24-25; Hoi Hamo'od. Saturday. Sept. 26 thru Tuesday; Sept. 29. National JWV Convention in Cliicago Thi! SBth annual convention of Jewish War Veterans and the National I.>ndi('a Auxiliary will bo nt the Sherman Hotel in Chicago nest wf.-ek, Wednesday thru Sun¬ day. The Sherman will be head¬ quarters for both groupa. E'jiggcst itr'm on tho figcnda will be clcrtion of d new National Cnm- mnndcr and other national officers. A l.'i'/, , INCKKASF: in member- .ship Hinre last year, the dual plana with the National Ladies Auxiliary, und u big.city background indicate Waller H. Bieringer (atanding right), pir le i f (I *¦ I !e! S rv cc for New Americana. ¦ constituent agency of ,„v t.."vj J»^..!. A^k"-* w—*-=* President ElBentiower sign the RefMgee I^elief Act ot 1953. which authorize* die admission of some 214,000 immigranti to tha United States over a three- year period. It is estimated that from 15,000 to 20,000 Jewiah refugeei will be admitted under this law. At right (seated) is Senator Watkins of Utah, sponsor of the measure in the Senate. Mr. Bieribger if »jialionAll/ known authority oa refugee and reaetileoieaf problems. FALL TERM AT COLUMBUS HEBREW SCHOOL TO BEGIN SEPT. 14 The Columbua Hebrew School fall term will begin Monday after¬ noon, Sept 14. at the Jewish Center. The office of the school will be open n^xt Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., for the enrollment of new pupils. Boys and grirls aeven or over are eligible to enroll in the Be¬ ginners' classes. Enrollment is not limited to beginners only. Mr. Daniel Harrison, principal of the achool, will be available at all times for conferences with parentB. Parents are urK^d to enroll their children during the coming week so that the children can start school on opening day, Sept. 14. It Is most Important for every Jewish child, girls aa well as boys, to avail them- aclvcB of the advantagea offered ' by the Columbus Hebrew School. A JEWISH education wlll enable the Jewish boy or girl to have a firm and deeply-roo.ted underatand- ing of his or her place In our A- merlcan Jewish community. Only by acquiring the great inheritance of Jewiah knowledge and beauty created through the centuries will he or ahe be able to share these riches. Jewish parents have the most im¬ portant part to play In Jewish edu¬ cation. If your child haa biyen at. tending Hebrew School, nrake sure that, he or she Is re-enrolled and ready to begin the new terpn. Take an active part in the activities of the achool to Insure the best possi¬ ble education for your child and for ttil children. If the child has not yet begun hia Jewish education, enroll him NOW. Prepare him or her for the life he or she will lead aa an A- merlcan Jew, as a leader in com- m'lnity activities, aa a secure, con- ytructlve and happy adult. TIIK C<IIA!MJilJ8 Hebrew School IS a cummunlty school, and its (¦durational facilities are available to uU members of the Jewish com- niuMJty. Three sehool buses uccom- nuKJiite nil the pupils with trans¬ portation to and from achool. Uo not delay or postpone tho en- rullment of your child In the He¬ brew School. Do It now. Por par- lieulara, call the office, DO. 7764. Fifth Season Starts For Gallery Group After a full summer of busy planning to make their fifth year a memorable one. Gallery Players will hold their firat meeting of the new seaaon at the Jewish Center Wedneaday, 8:30 p. m. The Players are full of enthus¬ iasm and bursting with plans for their three major productions al- ready acheduled, in addition to the workshops, one-act plays and other activity which always makes their aeason a full one. IVIEMBERS AJIE anxloua to in- feet others with thla enChuaiaam and wish to extend a most cordial Invitation tc" all persons Interested In Little Theatre to make this meeting a muat. Typical of Gallery Players, al¬ ways ready with a new approach,, a special program has been planned by Marvin Sllberstein, program chairman. A one-act play will be pruaentetl aa a drama quartet, a atyle new to Gallery Playera, and It promiaes excellent entertainment. <c4intinaecl on pajee 0) (COUNCIL W05IEN SEEK IIOIWKHOt-D NEEDS Council of Jewish Women is greatly in need of furniture for living-room, bed-room and kit' hen for two familiea. Tliey also need » stove and refrigerator, ] All furniture, etc., wlll be picked up by calling Miaa Gerdu Baruch, . KV. 2071. MEMBERSHIP AFFAIR WEDNESDAY FOR B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN AT HOME OF MRS. AL BLANK, 381 N. COLUMBIA The lovely gardens of Mrs. Albert Blank, 381 N. Columbia Ave., will bo tho scene next Wednesday afternoon of a paid-up luncheon honor- ng all worker.i in the current membership campaign, and welcoming nto the ranks of the local chapter of B'nai B'rlth. all new members who are just affiliating themselves with tho chapter. All Indicatlona point to a record turn-out of new members for the luncheon, whieh is to be at 12.30 and will be followed by a card party (Canasta, Mahjong, Scrabble, bridge, etc.) (-HAIRMAN OF Memberahlp for B'nai B'rith ia Mrs. Albert Blank, who 13 being aaaisted In plana for the luncheon by Mrs. Nathan Ned¬ elman, Hospitality chairman. Acting as Majors In the cam¬ paign are the following, apy of whom may be called to make res¬ ervations for the luncheon and card party: Mra. Sam Flaum, FE. 32'19; Mrs. Goodman Kaplan. DO. 2674; Mrs. Abe Leviaon. DO. 2988; Mrs. Gus Reich, FA. 7421; Mra. Russell Snider, DO. 2853. ALItEADY ONE of the largest women'a organizations In the city, BBW is anxious to add to ita rolls ' all Women in the community who are intereated in its program of I aerviee„ education and p h 11 a n- thropy. Within the scope of Its ac¬ tivities, women may find an outlet for practicolly any kind of aervlce in which they may be Interested or capable of rendering service: youth work, the fine Hlllel program at OSU, Interrfaith, and Inter-group 'lationa, community service, hos¬ pital and welfare work -all these offer fields of endeavor and oppor¬ tunity to civic and Jewish-minded women, to accept the responalblll- ties and the challenges of our day, In order that we may help build a better world for ourselves and our children. . ANY WOMAN IN the communi¬ ty, whether ahe Is a newcomer or has not as yet had the privilege and opportunity of becoming a member, may affiliate herself with B'nai B'rlth Women by calling any of the above women or by attend¬ ing thfe luncheon next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Blank. In caae of rain, the luncheon will be held at the Jeffrey Mansion on N. Parkview Ave. the biggest and moat memorable convention in JWV history. Program preparationa include plans for the following; A joint JWV-.JWVA visit to a VA hospital. A luncheon in honor of Gov. Wil- liam G. Stratlon of Illinois and Moyor Martin H, Kenelley of Chi- cago will be held during tho Illinois Day celebration. Entertainment and Military Ball ¦thia will be a gala time, with a live presentation by the cast of an American-Jewish hour radio pro¬ gram, door prizes, etc., in the Grai)d Ballroom of the Hotel Sher¬ man. The jam-packed program also in¬ cludes policy and executive com¬ mittee meetings; Judge Benjamin J. Scheinman of Los Angelea In a progress report on the first year of the Latz Foundation; Early Bird Night, business sessions with ad¬ dresses by Gov. Stratton and May¬ or Kennelley; foreign affairs panel, with invited guest speakers; me¬ morial servieos; Sabbath services and a discussion on rehabilitation. The local Post has chosen the following delegates for the conven¬ tion : Mel Furman, Henry Finke, Isadon; Zeldin. Art Block. Dave Pastof, Harold Golden, Lou Acker- man, Joe Topolosky, Sam Lichten- stein and Joe Venook. SEEK RELEASE NEWARK. N. J., (JTA) - Nor man Kraaner of Newark was dis¬ suaded from proceeding a trip to China to seek the release of his brother, a prisoner of the Chinese Communists since March 21. The prisoner, Capt. Ben Krasner, waa seized by the Communist near Hong Kong with two American newspapermen in the yacht he skippered. MASTER WUGALTER Child Prodigy Master Eddie Wugalter. child prodigy from Israel, will be the featured soloist of the Agudas Achim choir during high holidays services. Master Wugalter, who ia 13, haa been singing professionally since he was 6, and has appeared In aomc of the most famous synagogues of New York City and Israel. HE WILL BE aaaisted by the Henry Spector Choir of New. York City. The group will be heard at the midnight Sllchos service Satur- day, Sept. 5, aa well as on Roah Hashonah, Sept. 10-11, and on Yom Kippur, Sept. 19. Rabbl Samuel W. Rubenstein, spiritual leader of Agudas Achim, wlll conduct the services and de¬ liver the sermons. Cantor P. H. Gellman will chant the liturgy. Expect Big Crowd For BJ Picnic Rain or shine, Beth Jacob's old- fashioned family picnic will start at 1 p. m. this Sunday and won't end until everyone haa had a well- fllled day and evening of fun, frolic and food — according to the enthusiastic word aent out by mem¬ bers of the BJ Brotherhood, which la putting on tomorrow's affair. Says the committee: "Bring out the famlij^, your frienda and a pic- nlc basket. We'll provide all the other details which will assure you of a fine time, among pleasant people and pleasant atmosphere." THE COMMITTEE predicts a huge crowd for the affair. . Motorlats won't have difficulty finding the picnic grounds — color¬ ful Helmendale Park, on Groveport Pike, eaat of the Parsons Ave. via¬ duct. The route will be well mark¬ ed with signs & posters; and there'll be a sound truck near the park entrance to signal the end of your short trip. peagar-trtt-ftnrft=tt=^i=fl=^g=te=Q^^ EARLY DEAOLINE Pliotogcuphie nuiterlal for I'he Chronicle isaue of Sept. 11 nmst bo Hubniltted no lute^r tlum ThurHday, Sept. 3, A p. 111. Thin itf heciMHe ot (ht^ I>ubur Day holiday Monday, Sept. 7. Deadline for cop.y for th» .St^pt. 11 isHUe will be Tuesday, Sept. 8, A p. ni. RUMMAGE SALE Mizrachi Women will hold a rum- mage sale Tuesday and Wedneaday ut 213 E. Main St. AH clothing, adult and children's, or household Items, are welcomed. For pick-up, call Mrs. Cy Tanen¬ baum, FA. 2673. or Mra. Rose Shapiro, GA. 5493. IHE LAUDS BARUCH NEW YORK. iJTA) - High tribute was paid to Bernard M. Baruch by Prt-aident Eisenhower, v^ho interrupted his vacation in XvSloraiU) to fly to New York to participate in the dedication of Bannh Houaea, a $32,000,000 Fed¬ eral aum-clearance and low-rent housing project on the Ijower East Side named after Dr. Simon Bar- uch, father of the American Jewiah "elder atatearaan." Eisenhower emphasized hla "deep friendship tot Bernard Baruch and streaaed the great services per¬ formed by him for the U. S. SUNDAY SCHOOL AT / BETH JACOB Reglatration for the fall semester of Beth Jacob Synagogue Sunday School will take place Sunday, Sept. 13. at 10 a. m. The great success of BJ Sunday School laat year, under the super¬ vision of Robert Lieberman, la as¬ surance that this year attendance will be larger and with more classes. Parenta In Driving Park are asked to come In time and reg¬ ister their children. AT TAR HOLLOW Many YoOng Aduit campers left thla morning (Saturday) for their annual camp week-end at Tar Hoi- low State Forest. They plan to spend two days there, complete with a wide variety of outdoor ac¬ tivities, and shall return to Colum¬ bua by 4:00 Sunday afternoon. Anyone wishing to join thia group at any tjme during the day is welcome to do so. Tar Hol¬ low is located 12 miles northeast of ChilUcothe, about fiO miles from Co, lumbufi.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-08-28|
|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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