Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-02-05, page 01
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"¦> •*• N- High St. at i.'sth-i ^^^£ ^ 2[\V>^ Servmg Goliunbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \Jf\^ VOL. 82, No. 6 COLUMBUS, OHia, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1054 ITevoted to American and Jewlth Ideali LOCAL BEN B'RITHS TO "STAR" IN FILIVI AT RALLY TUESDAY Over 200 local members will "star" In the B'nai B'rith technicolor movie to be featured at tho Lodge's annual atag Tuesday evening at Brohd St. Temple. (Please note change of meeting place.* Although no Academy Award winner, the movie has been ahown before Lodgf^s all over the U. S. the Mn. JOSPE Composer-Pianist A piano concert and a "workshop of song*' will feature Erwin Joape, composer-plan iBt this Sunday at the. B'nai B'rith Hiiiel Foundation, 46-16th Ave., at Ohio State Uni¬ versity. Joape will conduct the song- workshop at 3 p. m. He will present hla concert, "Adventures In Jewish Music," at 8 p. m. that day. Nationally recognized as pianist, composer and conductor, Joape haa won the praise of crltlcd and aud- ioncjes' on the concert stage and on the lecture platform. His compositions which Include the musical score to L«wick's ^rama The Golem and the*baU«t 1<P] Abner have been widely per¬ formed. Jospe has appeared In concert with Jan Peerce, Nadine Conner, and other stars. The film was produced at famoua Seymour Luckoff -Richard Grundsteln election meeting of sev¬ eral years ago. It shows the "hot" campaigning that wont on. the electioneering, the speeches, the voters. Nearly 800 members partici¬ pated in this election land if you attended this meeting, chances are you are in the film*. BecHuse "The Eddie Cantor. Story" is phiying the RKO Palace this week, and because E^dje Can¬ tor Im a stiiunch B'nai BVIth mem¬ ber, Harry Schreiber, the genial inaniiKer of the Palace, will iiwani (continued on face 4) RABBI FEUER IS GUEST SPEAKER RabbI Leon I. Feuer, of the Col- Ungwood Ave. Temple, Toledo's loading Terhplei will.adresa the Co¬ lumbus Zionist District and guests at a meeting at tho Columbus Jew¬ ish Center, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 8 p. m. Rabbi Feuer ia known not only in the middle west but throughout the U. S. as one of the top loaders oi the Zionist Movement, as a gen¬ erally admired rabbi and author, and is one of the finest speakers In American Jewry. His subject will be of interest not only to Zionists but to the com¬ munity as a whole. Mr. David Galser, prealdent of the Zionist Dis¬ trict, Is therefore extending an In¬ vitation to all local Jewry. MISS CAUTEIl Pioneer's Guest Miss Frances Carter, field repre¬ aentatlve for Pioneer Wnmcn. will be tho guest of Chapter II of Pio¬ neer Women at an open meeting Thursday, Feb. 18. at the Jewish Conter. Mrs, David paiiio, presi¬ dent, announced today. Frances Carter has been a mem¬ ber of Pioneer Women for 20 years. She organized the JuJiior Pioneers in Providence, R. I., and was the first chairman of the group. She also served as chairman of Pioneer W^omen in Providence for five years. Miss Carter assisted in organizing the first Roxbury, Mass., English-speaking club and was ita first chairman. She was president of Rhode la- land's League of Jewish Wpmen'a. Organizationa for two years, serv¬ ed on the Board of United Jewish Appeal In Providence and Is on the Board of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island. <continned on pAfe 4> Dr. Bevis Honored Dr. Howard L, Bevls, 7th presi¬ dent of Ohio State Unlveralty, has been selected as "Franklin Coun¬ ty a Living Example of Human Brotherhood" , by the Board of Trustees of Bryden Rd. Temple, upon the recommendation of a committee appointed to make this s( lection. The committee included Isadore 1 oppor, chairman; Dr. Jerome D. Folkman, Melville Frank, Samuel Shinbach, Leonard Stern, Rudolph Stern, Sr.. and Herb Wise. DU. BEVIS WAS selected for the example of leadership he has given to "the community in general and to the campus community of Ohio State University in particular, set¬ ting a standard of service unllmit- <conttDaed on page i) 9t'l ""^eu^iaUi" ^im&! THESE GALLEUY PLAVEItS have leading roles in tho group's pro¬ duction of "Detective Stbry" tonight and Sunday, 8:30 p. m., at the Cen¬ ter. Seated: Mrs. JEdward Feinstein, Miss Ida Wolfson. Standing: Mrs. Edward Goldblatt, Mr. Ira Zucker, Mrs. Walter Meers. Mr. Zucker ^has the feature i-ole of Detective McCleod. Wm. Fraher Is directiiig. Reservations can still be made by calling Mrs. Iry Levey, DO. 3970, or the Center, DO. 2731. Latecomers at either performances can obtain tickets at the door. Center's Board of Directors Named David Goldamltji was unanim¬ ously re-elected president ot the Board ol Directors of the Jewish Center at a meeting held Jan. 21. Charles Y. Lajcarua, • Herman Kat? and A. I. Yenkin were simi¬ larly elected vice-presidents, while A. B. Welnfeld and Samuel Shin¬ bach continue In. the peats of treasurer and secretary, resoec- tlvely. .'V The Nominating Committee was chaired by Bdward Schlezlnger and Included Dr. B. J. Gordon, Eleanor Resler, Harry Schwartz, Julius Stelnhauser, Herman Katz and William Wasserstrom. In pre¬ senting, the nominations, Mr. Sch¬ lezlnger referred to the tremendous growth In Center activities, report¬ ed by Mr. Ooldsmith at the Com¬ munity Service Recognition Din¬ ner. Mr. Ooldsmith, in responding, ex- presseid his thanks and apprecia¬ tion %o his fellow officers, conimlt- tee'chalrmen, and board idembeis Mr. OOLDSMITH Re-Elected President .tor the flplendi^ worlt done In be¬ half of the Center. He expressed hia belief that the Center Is still a growing agency and that the great challenge during the coming year wlU be to improve the service of the Contor In face of increasing demands from members and the community. Aniong the projects outlined by Mr. Ooldsihith for the coming year were the development of a system of service charges by the Use of Facilities committee, the continu¬ ing development of the outdoor facilities, and a self-study of the entire Center operation towards the end of improving the efficiency of Board structure and recom¬ mending ohan^es in the constitu¬ tion. It was announced that delegates from the Center would participate in an Institute on Fees to be held in Cleveland. AprU 8-11. aa part of the biennial meeting ot the Nat- (contliiKed on pifo 4) . , Dr, Hoenig Guest at Lecture Prograni \gudas Achim Congregation an- 1 inces the first in a .'Series of ' turoa to be held i-n the Syna¬ gogue Tuesday. Feb. 16, 8 p. m. Dr. Sidney B. Hoenig. Professor of Jewish History' at the Yeshlva University, New York City, alma mater of Rabbi Samuel W. Ruben¬ ateln, will be the guest speaker. His talk will be entitled "The Great Sanhedrin." The historical develop¬ ment of this ancient auguat body will b(.> disui.]sse'd, as well as the feasibility of the rc-cstablishment of the Sanhedrin in our times. Dr. Hoenig was born in New York City In 1907. Ho graduated from the TtUmudlcal Academy High School in 1923, and In 1927 received his B.S.S. degree from the City College of New York. In June, 1931 he was ordained by Yes¬ hiva University's Rabbi Isaac El- chanan Theological Seminary and in 1934 obtained hla Ph.D. frohi the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, Philadelphia. In 1934 he joined the faculty "of tho Teachers Inatltute, Yeshiva University: he is now Professor nf (contlnDed on para 8) T. I. TO SPONSOR ANNUAL JOINT STAG PARTY The Tifereth Israel Men's Club will sponsor the second annual joint Brotherhood stag Thursday, Feb. 25, 8 p. m., at Broad St. Tem¬ pi e. The program will be highlighted by & tt^lPft'nbwn^lgieakfei'/to be ^-. nouneed later, and will feature In¬ troductory remarks by all Oolum¬ bus rabbis, who have been Invited. Others sharing the pulpit will be preaidents of the Columbus syna¬ gogues, as well as the various Bro¬ therhood presidents. The planning committee, com¬ posed of representatives of all the Brothorhooda, haa also scheduled a duplicate bridge and gin rummy tournamont, with trophies to tho winners. Other features will In¬ clude various cards and continuous buffet-style refreshments. Membors of the planning com¬ mittee are: Barney Ringer, Sol Rising and George Goodman of Ahavas Sholom; Leonard Schwartz nnd Dr. Charles Young of Beth Jacob; William Goodman antl Dr. (continued on pare 2) City-Wide Meeting Of Golden Agers Protestant, Catholic and Jewish members of the IS Golden Age clubs In 'Columbus will gather at the Jewlah Center WedVieaday, 8:30 p. m., for the first clty-wlde Inter¬ faith meeting, sponsored by the Council of Jewish Women ai2,d the Center. Keynote speaker Eabbl Jerome Folkman will open a varied and In¬ teresting program that Includes distinguished guests, a movie, tin Interpretive dance by the Neijgh- borhood House dance group, and (oontioaed on psve i) Mizrachi Collects For 'Moos Chitim' As In previous -yeara. the Miz¬ rachi Organization of America col¬ lects donations for "Mooa Chitim" paasover food for Israel. ¦ An urgent call came from RabbI Jacob Levinson, chairman of the Mizrachi Chitim project, pointing out the groat need for this fund. "the infant state of Israel whloh held Its doors open to an endless stream of hungry, tired people from the four comers of the earth, la StlU struggling and striving for those day-to-day necessities. Thousands of needy famlllea need help. AS THB HOLIDAY of Passover approaches, let us help them 4tut some matzos and other J'assover food on their Seder tables, that, to¬ gether with the hQliday spirit, vvill strengthen them to overcome their struggle for existence: The foUowlng are In the ooniralb- tee for tiie Miirachi Moos Chitim Fund: Mr. Philip Waldman, Mr. David Schwartz, Mr. Sol TIretsky, Mr. Hany Sher, Mr. U Meilman, Babbl Samuel Rubenstein, Rabbi Julius L^ Baker, Rev. Ph. Oellman, Mr. Jac¬ ob Caller, Mr. Max Baralh, Mr. Harry Beckinan, Mr. Juiius Speis¬ man, Alex Stregevaky.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-02-05|
|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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