Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-02-12, page 01
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Aicl.aeoilBic.il & Hlsi.i.icai Museum N. High St. at L-ith-l CHRONICLE 2rO^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish ConmiunitY'^/\\^ VOL. S«» No. 7 OOLUMBUS, omo* FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 19M Devoted to American And Jewish Ideali MR. LINCOLN At Joint Stag The Joint Planning committee of the 2nd annual Brotherhood Stag, to be held at Broad St. Temple Feb. 25. 8 p. m., announces that Murray Danforth Lincoln, noted humanitarian and business execu¬ tive, will be featured speaker. Mr. Lincoln, In addition to being Prealdent and General Manager of The Farm Bureau Insurance Co. group, ts head of ^e^ Peoples De¬ velopment Co., wlttch currently Is engaged In building an llOO-acre "model community," Just west of Columbus; Mutual Income Foun¬ dation, Inc., a mutual investment fund; Peoples Broadcasting Corp., which owns and operates four radio stations, including WRFD; Tectum Corp. of Newark, O., which has developed a revolutionary building material mado from waste wood; and Approved Finances Inc., on automobile financing firm. In addition to his businesa inter¬ ests, Mr. Lincoln is president of CARE (Cooperative for American Remittances Everywhere), an in¬ ternational organization; prealdent nf the Cooperative Li'ague of tho U.S.A., and permanent consultant to the. United Nations* Economic and Social Council. He also is a trustee of the Na¬ tional Planning Association and a n:\en\bcr of the Central Committee of' International Cooperative Al¬ liance. He waa a presidential ap¬ pointee for . An^crican Agriculture on the U. S. delegation to the UN Conference on Food and Agricul¬ ture held In Hot Springs fn '43. Hu (contlnottd on paee 5) "DEMOCRACY" TO BE VIEWED BY LOCAL MEN The value of democracy from the viewpoint of a political scient¬ ist and of a rabbi will be discuased Sunday, 8 p. m., at the B'nai B'rith Ilillel Foundation. I'rof. Marvin Fox and Prof Uuvid Spitz will share the plat form during tho Foundation's for um, "Democracy and Religion." DR. FOX is an assistant p'rofes aor of philoaophy and is an ordain ed rabbi. He is a well-known Jew j ish leader. DR. SPITZ is an associate pro¬ fessor of political science and an authority In problema of democ¬ racy. The forum will be 6th in the series of regular Sunday evening programs at Hlllel. There is no charge for admission. Hillel Dancers at Raanana Meeting Regular meeting of Raanana, young women's Zionist \ organiza¬ tion, la scheduled Monday, 8 :S0 p. m., at the Center, with the Hillel dancing group on the program. Mrs. Murray Kdiaon and Mra. Leon. Handler will be hosteaaes. All Raanana members arc work¬ ing enthusiastically In preparation for tho group's first fund-raising project, Sunday. Feb. 28, at the Center. A fuU-courBc meal will bo aerved from 6:30 p. m. to 8:00. ao that all can be acconimodated. Tickets arc $1.25 per person and are limited, because of space. For ticket information, call Mrs. Frank Nutls, EX. 5334, or Mrs. Nathan Spielberg, FA. 8080, ticket chair¬ men. MR. ROSENFELD Mayer Roftenfeld, Executive Di¬ rector of the Jewliwh Center, itt elected to the Board of Oovern- ors of the Midweitt Section Jew- iMh Welfare Board, representing the National AaHociation of Jew¬ ish Center Workera. • • • The ataff of the Jewish .Center returned from tho annual Midwest Section Jewish Workers' Confer¬ ence in Toledo Fob. 4-5 with a number of hours. Two of the staff were elected to office. Mayer Rosenfeld, executive pll^tor, wa«'elected to the Board of Governors of the Midwest Sec¬ tion, Jewish Welfare Board, and Simon Cohen, Supervisor of Group Work, was elected aecretary of the Section. Marv Josolowitz, director of In- (conltnoed oo ptfe 4} SISTERHOOD HAS FASHION SHOW, TEA, MARCH 9 The Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood of Bryden Rd. Temple will sponsor a faahion show and elaborate tea at Ilonka's on March 9, 2 p. m., for the benefit of Its many pro¬ jects. Winter-weary Siaterhapd mem¬ bers can see outstanding spring costumes from original designer collections presented by Madison's and modeled by professionals. A aurpriae gift for all who attend, many door prizes, music, and un¬ usual refreshments are being plan- nod by the committees for an out¬ atanding fashion ahowing of "Spring: What's in Store for '54?" Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, chair¬ man of Waya & Means, is being assisted by Mra. Leon Silverman. Tickets are in charge of Mrs. Jamea Kobacker and Mrs. Asher Moser; Mrs. Leonard Stern has ar¬ ranged the style ahow; Mra. George Nacht, refreahmenta; Mrs. Sol Zell, music; Mra. Beti Balshone, gifta; and Mra. Allan Tarshiah, publicity. Mrs. Herbert Wise, president of the Sisterhood, haa pointed out the OAIXERV PLAVER3 HOLD TRYOUTS AT CENTER Tryouta for the next Gallery Playera production, "Yeara Ago," by Ruth Gordon, will be held at the Jewlah Center Thuraday, 8:30 p. m.; Sunday, Feb. 21, 2:30 p. m.; Tueaday, Feb. 23, 8:30 p. m.; Thurs¬ day, Feb. 26, 8:30 p. m. Production dates are April 10-11. Casting is open to the public JEWISH MUSIC MONTH TO RE OBSERVED BY WOMEN'S MUSIC CLUB In commemoration of Jewlah Music Month, Bloch's Quartet #3 will be presented here Monday by the world-famous Grilier .String Quartet, under the auspices of the local Women's Music Club. The Grlller group is on a coaat- to-coast tour and will be at Moes Hall, on the Capital University campus Monday evening. Bealdea the Bloch number, the program will include Haydn's Quartet in G Major, Op. 33 #5, and Quartet In E flat Major, Op. 137, Beethoven. Troop 126 Observes Annual Scout Week Boy Scout Troop 120 at the Jew¬ ish Center is celebrating Annual i Hoy Scout Week, while at the same ' time, inviting new member.*) into the troop. Beginnitjg with a Scout Sabbath at Broad St. Temple on Feb. 5. the Scouta have been busy in servioe projects, and apoclal pr(V- grama in nbsorvapce of Scout Week. The Center troop Is open to all boys ag(^d II and older. It meets every Thursday night at 7:30 In the Center game room, and la capably- led by Lou Weissman, Scoutmaater. and Don Berliner, Ajsaistant Scout¬ maater. New members of. the Troop will be accepted at any time and can be registered by calling the Center. Parents Groiip to Meet Wednesday 'WE HAVE A DATE" — that's j the slogan, theme and program of the next meeting and event of the Parents Group of the Jewiah Cen¬ ter Pre-School. In the spirit of th6 u n d e r-lying philoaophy-,,^of_ the School, both mothera and fathera, membera of the Parents Group, will get into the mood of "self- development" In their participation in the event. The date is Wednes¬ day, H p. m. The "big time"' wili begi^i in the gym uf the Center, with Sam Stell¬ man and MaycT Hoaenfeld holding forth: a big .sf.s.sion uf .square and round dantMng and a number of uther items in the surprise cate¬ gory. All parepta will come in their "rural" be.st. And the. evening will be tf)pped off with plenty of re- fre.shments. To Celebrate Lincoln Birthday Tomorrow The Colurnbus Jewish Home for the Aged will observe Llncoln'a birthday and also pay honor to three of its older residents thla Sunday, 2 p. m. Residents to be honored are Mrs. Pete Meyera, Mra. Rose Pariah and Mr. Nathan Schyne. Th; Auxiliary, which ia responal- ble for planning for the recreation and leisure time activities of the residents, have arranged a moat enjoyable afternoon. A highlight of the program wlJl be a reading by Mrs. Gabriel Zlsenwine from the (coatlnued oq page 4) Dr. Sidney B. Hoenig At Agudas Achim What changes, if any, can be ex¬ pected in Je.wiah law if the San- hcdrin ia re-eatabllahed ? What obstacles prevent the re¬ convening of thla body? Who la to determine the make¬ up and ptfwer of this tribunal? These and many other important laaues will be discussed by Dr. Sid¬ ney B. Hoenig Tuesday, 8 p. m.. at Agudaa Achim Synagogue. Dr. Hoenlg'a aubject will be "The Great Sanhedrin." A fellowship hour will follow the diacuaalon period, with membera of Agudaa Achim Sisterhood aa hoat¬ eaaea. RABBI RAPLAN SPEAKS ON WOSU PROOBAM Rabbi Harry Kaplan, director of Hlllel Foundation, will bo heard over WOSU Monday thru Friday next week on the "Morning Medi¬ tations" program, 8:30 a. m. Mrs. J. D. Folkman To Present Reading Mrs. Jerome Folkman, who has always delighted audiencea, will present a reading from the Eternal Light program at the next Sr. Ha¬ daasah meeting Tuesday, 12:30 p. m. at the Jewish Center. The Eternal Light play Mrs- Folkman has selected to read is called "A Prophet in Dungarees." Mra. Bernard Feltlinger will give the opening prayer, and a dessert luncheon will be served by Mrs. Joseph Haas and Mra. -Sol Myera. chairmen, with Mra. Aladar Zipser, Mrs. Louia Praver and Mrs. Rich¬ ard Neustadt as hoateaaea. Membera are asked to bring their Blue Boxes. Tax stamps for the March 16 Medical Conter affair may be brought Tueaday, or plckr ed up by Mrs. Robert Suid, DO 5640; Mrs. Stanley Wasaeratrom, DO. 3920, or Mra. Norman Melz¬ lish, DO. 5861. You will be credited toward your $5 admission for the Medical Center program. , Mrs. Jack Brahma, Knitting chairman, will have yarn and in¬ structions for women who wish to knit. Sweaters are credited toward the Hadaasah linen supply quota. RABBI FEUER Addresses Zionists Dave Galser, prealdent of the Co- ' lumbus Zionist District, and Sidney - Katz, chairman of tho Program committee, announce that Rabbi Lfon Feuer, whose appearance in Cotumbus Is aponaored by th? Co¬ lumbus Zionist District, will speak on the aubject of "larael and the Middle Eaat." The lecture Is Tuesday, 8 p. ro., at the Jewlah Center. Mr. Gaiaer atated that the subject to be pre¬ aented will be of Interest to Zion¬ ists and non'ZionistB^ alike, or any¬ one who is concerned about the present poaltlon of larael In the Middle Siast. After receiving his education at the Unlveralty of Cincinnati and the Hebrew Union College, Leon Feuer was ordained rabbi in 1927. From 1927 to 1935 he aerved aa Associate Rabbi to Dr. Abba HiUel Silver, and Minister of Religious Education at the Temple In Cleve¬ land. Since 1935 he haa been the rabbi of CoUingwood Ave. Temple in To¬ ledo. In Toledo he haa occupied every important post of leadership in the Jewiah community, ser\'ir\g there as president of B'nai B'rith, the Zionist District, the Jewish Community Council and as chair¬ man of the United Jewish Fund. He has been active in the general civic life of the community and slnee its inception has been a member of the Toledo Labor Peace Board. In 1943 he waa appointed a panel hearing officer for tho Re¬ gional War Labor Board. From October 1943 to June 1944 he was on leave of absence from his con¬ gregation, serving as Director of the Wasliington Bureau of the American Zionist Emergency Council. In that capacity he con¬ ducted the country-wide campaigns to mobilize public sentiment through the country to place the United States on record In favor of the eatablishment of a Jewish Commonwealth In Palestine. Rabbi Feuer ia chairman of the Committee on Religioua Education of the Central Conference of A- (coatlnued on pQve S) "THE HEBREW PROPHETS" TO BE DISCUSSED RabbI Harry Kaplan will discuaa "The Hebrew Prophets" during Hlllel'a Jewiah Studies Class at the Foundation this Sunday, 11 a. m. OOUNCILETTES PLAN BROTHERHOOD MOVIE A movie concerning Brotherhood Week haa been included on the program for the next meeting of Councllettes, Sunday, Feb. 21, 2 p. m., at the Center. The Councllettes will discuaa the style ahow which will be held In, the near future.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-02-12|
|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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