Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-02-08, page 01
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W^ifm.'WrfJ^t}^ 0,T(&ni *« 'f«i-B»y*rJliijWaaw nW«j> .^tyrs'.'vV*'-* '^i*T^j**'^ i«*#*r f^«v^trttivRWitii4«i«iii£*:!»i»?»wwvji*ji*«M*JMeo fltWtoWWJMWWWWWNWW- - ^0 Arclmeollglcal i HlBlortcal N. High St. at IStft—t Something to Think About A dispatch from Tokyo by Ed Kennedy, Citizen correapondant, aotB down a atory that ought to be read with shame on tho home front. SHAMU: ON THE HOME mONT It tells how a private, wounded on patrol, was brought to a forward hospital in Korea with one leg nearly ahbt off, his other foot shattered and an arm broken. ,He needed blood badly, but there wasn't any, be- cauac'the civilian blood line from the home front had failed. So four fighting aoldicrs from the front linea, who might £hom- selvos be struck down at any time toy enemy fire, had to be pulled back to the hoapital tent to give their blood In hope of saving their _ comrade. Thirteen others from the wounded man's front-line regiment also gave their btood. When the soldiers had each given a pint, they returned to their foxholes and bunkers. Aa Kennedy put it: "In tho States you get coffee and cookies after you give a pint of blood. These men got a Chinese Communist attack for breakfast, and they got shot at for lunch." Tho wounded man's life was saved, though he lost a leg. And he's grateful that his buddies could be spared from the fighting front at the critical moment. What this story tells about our performance on the home front could consume the space of several odltorials. But Is any comment really necessary? What happened to that pint of blood you were going i)o give? Call DO. 0221 or DO. 5000 and make an appointment now to give blood on *'B'* day. Fob. 27, at th^ Jewish Center. Bloodmobile will bo stationed from 12:30 to 6:30 p. m. MAKE A DATE NOW TO SAVE A UFE MAH. COUPON TODAY! Jewish Community Blood Donor Council c/o Mrs. Joseph D. Schecter 2811 Fair Ave. Columbus 9, O. Please count on me to be on hand "B" DAY, Feb. 27, at the Jewish Center, to donate a pint of blood. I understand 1*11 be given a physical examination before being allowed to give blood. Make my appointment for fPlease Indicate time between 12:30 and 6:30 p. m.) Name Address Phone GOV. LAUSCHE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER FOR 'HUMAN RELATIONS' EVENT B'nai B'rith la proud to announce that Gov. Prank J. Lausche has consented to be the principal speaker for the Joint meeting with the Women's chapter Tueaday, Feb. 26, at the Jewish Center. That's the evening the Jewish Community Council, thru B'nai B'rith Lodge, will present a Human Relations Award to the person selected by the mem¬ ber organization. The recipient has not yet been chosen. The Feb. 26 ev^nt is expected to attract a capacity turn-out In the Center auditorium, not only be¬ cause Ohio's governor will be the featured speaker, but there will be fine entertainment, also, secured thru the co-operation of the com- munlty-at-large. Our neighbors are working with us to make this Hu¬ man Relations Award program 6ne of the finest community events In recent years. =?=^ - ^^HRONICLE. 2[\V/^ Serylng Columbua and Cenlral Ohio lewlsh Communlly \'(}A'lK Vol. 80, No. « COLtlMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1052 Devoted to American ''and Jewish Ideals TestimonjMl Dinner for Albert Schiff Dr. Mox Kantcc/^nd Harry Sch¬ wartz, chairmen/f the spoclal com¬ mittee for thc-3^stlmonlal to Albert Schlff, announce a most pleasing EELLOWSHiP CHURCH Dr. H. Beocher Hicks, pastor of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, will speak on "Man's Eternal Quest for Inward Security," at the Fellow¬ ship C!hureh worship service Sun¬ day, < p. m. at the Broad St. Pres¬ byterian Church, 760 E. Broad St All are Incited to share In this service on Brotherhood Sunday to rededlcate themselves aa Individ¬ uals to the basic Ideals of brother¬ hood and Justice which malce for better understanding In our com¬ munity, — o — BETH JACOB SISTERHOOD Beth Jacob Slaterbood wilt bave Its next regular meeting In the form of a luncheon, Wednesday, at 12:80 p.m., in the aQclol ball ol the Ahavas Sholom Syfiagogue. Opening prayer will be read by Mrs. Simon Cooper, HoateMea for the afternoon will be Mrs. Dave Zisenwlne, Mrs, Joe Zimmerman and Mrs. SImori Cooper. A lunchon and card party will be given by tbe Sisterhood fibmiity, Febi 19, U:80 p. m,. At AbkVM Sholom. T. L Sisterhood To Celebrate Birthday In celebration of its 40th birth¬ day, Tlfereth Israel Sisterhood is inviting its merr^bors and their hus¬ bands to a party Sunday, Feb. 24, 6:30 p. m., In the social hall of Broad St. Ttemple. Under tho chair¬ manship of Mrs. Miltc^n - Z-teeman, the affair will take the form of a smorgasbord dinner, supervised by Mrs. Bernard Feitlinger. Entertainment will be offered by the Sisterhood members starring In the "T. I. Birthday Revue." Mrs. Stanley Wasaerstrom, Program chairman and toastmlstresa of the evening, Is being assisted tn the preparation of the show by Mes¬ dames 'Hy Weinberg, Marvin Gut¬ ter, Jerome Gross, Al Suttop, Aaron Zacks. response to the invitations for the dinner at tho Jewish Center, 6:30 p. m. tomorrow, arid urge all those who wish to do honor to Co¬ lumbus' famous citizen, hear vital speeches by distinguished speak¬ ers, and last but not least, eat a fine Kosher meal, to como without further urging, and to pick up res¬ ervations at the door. The price ia $3 per plate. Those who have sent In reservations will pick up their tickets at tho door, also. There will be no aollcitatlon at the dinner. Dr. Kanter announced. "This Is a dinner to honor, iiot a dinner to collect", he said. The members of the Special Com¬ mittee for tho Testimonial to Al¬ bert Schiff are: Dr. Max P. Kanter, Harry Sch¬ wartz, chairmen; Herman Luckoff, treasurer. Dr. B. W. Abramson, Harry Beckman, Maurice Chanis, Richard G. Fisher. Rabbi Jerome D. Folkman, Dave Galser, William Glvets, Ben Grossman. Rabbi Leo¬ pold Greenwald, Dan Harrison, Mr. Fisher Mr. Fisher, who has devoted a lifetime to working for tho Zion¬ ist cause, will expresH, on behalf of the JNF, of which he is Ex¬ ecutive Director, tlie feelingft of the Zionist for the magnificent accomplishment record of the guest of honor. LEAP YEAR DANCE Broad St. Temple will be the setting tomorrow evening for the "Leap Year Dance" sponsored by the Young Peoplea League. Dancing, games and mixers will tie in with the leap year theme. Re¬ freshment win be served during the evening. Rabbi Harry Kaplan. Dr. A. H. Kanter, Ellis Krupnick, Fred Levi, Dave Levlson, Robert Mellman, Rabbi S. W. Rubenstein, Fred Ro¬ land, Jack Schiff, Sam'Schlonsky, Abo Seff. Abe Wolman, Fred Yen- kin. Joarph Zox, Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Mr, Crum Distinguished author, editor, oruHodlng lawyer and Journalist, above all a man who fights In¬ humanity, Mr. Crum will deliver the principal address at the din¬ ner honoring Mr. Sctiiff. MELTON ESTABLISHES HEBREW SCHOLARSHIP FUND For the first time In the history of Congregation Tlfereth Israel, one of its outstanding members and benefactors -* Samuel M. Melton- has establisi/ed a Hebrew Scholar- Ship Fund. Mr. Melton, In abetter addressed to Mr. Martin Polster. president of the Congregation, ex¬ pressed the following desire: *'I wish to direct that the Inter¬ est of the S. M. Melton Scholar¬ ship Fund, accruing each year, be spent for the education of a worthy Jewish boy under the age of 13, who cannot afford a Hebrew edu¬ cation because of Ipck of suffi¬ cient funds. The Board of Trustees shall decide upon the worthy reci¬ pient of this scholarship each year, based upon the recommendation of our rabbi, or others familiar with SUCH applicant. The applicant may be of our Temple membership preferably; however, selection of a candidate can be made from the community-at-large. "This Hebrew Scholarship need not be limited to the Hebrew School of Tlfereth Israel ... the Boarid of Trustees of the Temple authorized to pay the acholarjliiip to the Hebrew School of Colu: T. I. MEN'S CLUB April 1, at 8:30 p.m., will be the nomination and election of the officers of the T. I. MeQ'a Club for the coming year. There will be a stag that evening, at which time d«liolou4 r.elreahmentfl will be served and the membera may par¬ take of dlictisalond, etc. There will also be a drawing held on an Auto¬ matic Dryer at that time. V3BV OAKNIVAL Tbe United Jewish Student B\ind Carnival will be held Sunday troxa 2 to 6 p. m., Wt the HUlel Founda¬ tion. There will be bQotha by fraterni¬ ties, •» BOrorltlea and Independent groups, with fun and prises for all. Proceeds will go ^ the United Jew^ llh Student B*und. General ohalrmaxi «f the carni¬ val Is Marv Levlok. ted at the Jewish Center, should the recipient desire to re- jjeive instruction there." The sum donated by Mr. Melto'iv is sufficient to pay, from Interest^ accrued, a sizeable sum annually \ to the worthy youngster who will \ be awarded the S. M. Melton He- J brew Scholarship. / f Mr. Melton whose influence has been felt in every worthwhile movement in the Jewish communi¬ ty of Columbus has especially been most helpful in the T. I. Congrega¬ tion and its affiliated organizations and. activities. The establishment of this Hebrew Scholarship Is Just an¬ other indication of Mr. Melton's genuine interest in the preservation of the Jewish Heritage in America. May others follow this wonderful example! The Board of Trustees of Con¬ gregation Tlfereth Israel, t o- gether with Rabbi Nathan Zelizer, will soon set up the proper com¬ mittee to administer the S. M. Mel¬ ton Hebrew Scholarship Fund. De¬ tails will be announced later. ROSE E. LAZARUS SISTERHOOD TO SHOW FASHIONS OF TODAY AND YESTERDAY AT VALENTINE TEA TUESDAY "It ml^hC tta' well be spring" . . . anyway that will be the attitude of Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood mem¬ bers after they have attended the Valentine tea next Thursday, 1 p. m., at Bryden Rd. Temple. It is a sure thing that after view¬ ing the advance styles for spring and early summer, winter costumes will seem even drearier. The entire wardrobe of new and breath-taking fashions is being furnislied by Ger- stenfeld'B and Stevens Millinery. The commentary and direction of the showing is under the very able hand of Mrs. Leonard Stern. With a glance back to the springs of yesteryear, membera will have a chance to see the importance that fashion played to early members of Sisterhood wheh they pass in re¬ view with the styles that stood out at the early Valentine teas. Mrs. Allen Qunderahelmer, sr., is in charge of reviewing the styles of'yesteryear. Those members who will il^V tho styles which made the fashion headlines ot yore are: Mesdames Sol Marx, Al Sugarman, Ijester Thall, Jerome Kohn, Kinda Zox, Harry Ooldberg, Harry Roth, E], L. Gordon, Morris Hepps, Ixiu Oolden, Mn, Sol Zell will be tbe accom¬ panist. Those models, all Sisterhood members, who, will show the what and the how of wearing the new look of spring are: Mesdames Ben Balsbone, George Swerdlow, Don¬ ald Levy, Albert Gllck, SI Well, Stan Friedman, Morrey Mattlln, Sanford Stern, Paul Sloan, Harry Hofheimer. Some fortunate member will take home a lovely gift which will be given by Geratenfeld's. So you 8ee,<.i there Is something bright shining through ail of these dreary late winter days'. . "Memortea and Anticipations for Spring", by the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood. B'nai B'rith's Father-Children Program To Include Athlete-Scholar Award It'll be a "Night of Surprises" for all the children next W-ed- nesday evening when B'nai B'rith holds its annual Father aT Children's night at the Jewish Center. Highlight of the program will be an award to be made to the outstanding Jewish athlete-scholar of the year. This Jewish high school senior was selected by B'nai B'rith Athletic Commit¬ tee. Sam H. Solomon, its chairman, announced that Ben Ratner will present the coveted trophy. Activities will begin promptly at 7:1S p. m., and will last about IV^ hours.. There will be entertainment, of the highest quality, ..refresh¬ ments for the youngsters and other surprises. Tho affair is open to all "children" from age 3 to 98.' Lou Berliner is program chairman.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-02-08|
|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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