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ONICLE 3rO^ Sendng Columbus and CentS Ctttio Jewiah Ck>mmuaity\JAK Vol. 32, No. 28 "Masque Ball" At ] Center July 17 Bob Marvin's orchestra has been hired for the "Masque Ball" Sat¬ urday, July 17, 9 p. m., In the Cen¬ ter Auditorium. It Is the Saturday evening program of the Center's Young Adult "Midsummer Mitz¬ vah." Novel decorations, refresh¬ ments and professional entertain¬ ment have been planned. CihcinnatI, Dayton, Louisville and Indianapolis Young Adults have been Invited to this week-end, which begins with out-of-town regr Istratlon at the Center at 6 p. m., followed by the dance Saturday evening. An informal outdoor gar¬ den party will be held Immediately following the dance. ' A brunch will be held on Sunday morning, July M. Sunday after¬ noon will -be devpted to outdoor activities such as swimming, soft- ball, volleyball, badminton, hiking, etc. A campflre and cook-out, fol¬ lowed by the social lounge,' has been scheduled for the evening. CJcncrol co-chairmen Phyllis Katz and Lenny Bloom have ap- pointed the following committee heads; Program, Sonla Stevens and Mort Ginsburg; refreahments, Marilyn Solomon and Phyllis Dolinger; publicity, Rita Stevens and Mike Selwyn; registration, Honey Fish¬ er; decorations, Hlnda Friedman and Jim Herman. Registration is now open. Fee for the entire week-end Is $4 for Center members, $6 for non-mem¬ bers. C^lharge for the Saturday night dance and garden party Is $1.25 -for Center members, $1.75 for non-members. Home hospitality is being offered to out-of-town Young Adulta. COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1954 :} :_ _ 77 y D«vot«d to Am»ric«n and Jawlth ld*«'i Proclamatioii &!/'? ^ -7 J. 7 ¦¦'fll ish Twi-Night Picnic At Norwood's Chairman Nate Nedelman and his committee, In charge of tho first Agrudas Achim Brotherhood picnic Wednesday, July 28 at Nor¬ wood's, have promised a full sched¬ ule of events fbr the tvd-night af¬ fair (5 p. ra. to 9:00). Special events for the youngsters, before and after dinner and lA be¬ tween many frec^rides on the 14 devices at the popular E. Main St. amusement spot, aro planned. Youngsters will be given free ticlcetfi for the rides, oompliments o( the Brotherhood. There will be free soft drinlts, Ice cream, pop sickles, etc, This affair la free to all paid-up members and their families. Members are aaked to bring In any sales tax atartips they may have. No set amount, ^^ necessary. MnS. MAGNUSON Joins Prc'School The Jewish Center' Pre-School this week announced the appoint¬ ment of Mrs. Suzanne Dueber Mag¬ nuson, a registered nurse and de¬ partment of education graduate, as supervisor of all health phases of the school's program, to work in consultation with the pediatric a<l- vlaor. Announcement was made by David Goldsmith, president of the Center and the Prc-School's ad¬ ministrative committee. Mra. Magnuson graduated from the School of Nursing at Ohio State University in 1943 and from ita College of Education lii '44. During the following two years shp was with Dr. Andre Crotti. She also served the University Hospit¬ al during 1943-44. At the Pre-Schpol, ahe will work directly with Mrs. A. R. Schwartz, the director. She will assume re¬ sponsibility for tJaily checks, for contacts with the home on absen¬ tees, for dally menus and for all other physical and health activities of tho program, Including liaison contact with_J:he Phya-Ed. Depart¬ ment on swimming. Tercentenary Issued; To Start Sept. 12 NEW YORK, (JTA) ~ A national religious proclamation, setting aside the Ameri¬ can Jewish Tercentenary—^from September 12, 1954 through May 29, 1955—as a period of "thanksgiving and rejoicing" to be marked in synaogues throughout the country, was issued here from the steps of Congregation Shearith Israel, oldest in the United States. The congregation was established by the first group of T.i Jews in New Amster- (ian( in September, 1654. Prepared in three languages, English, Hebrew and Yiddish, the proclamation bears the signatures of Rabbi Simon O. Kramer, chair¬ man of the Tercentenary Commit¬ tee on Religious and Educational Participation; and the presidents of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Union of Or¬ thodox Jewlah Congregations of America, the United Synagogue of America, the Rabbinical Council of America, the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and the Syna¬ gogue Council of America. "In aome lands across ^the aeaa, our brethren have been pressed to give up th(;ir religious beliefs and practices and to disappear In a well of nam^'lessness," the pro- ciamation says. "But within the home of America wo have suc¬ ceeded in preserving the unique Identity of the Jewish religion, worshipping In keeping with our historic tradition; and we have preserved our ancient teachings, our ethlca, and our religioua IdeaJs "CLUB 25" SPONSOHS 8WIM-PIONIO PAKTY Ruth Cohon, social & program chairman of "Club 25." announcefi that a swlm-plcnlc party will be held Tuesday at the Jewish Center. Swimming will start at 5:30 p. m. and will continue until sundown. Swimming Is optional, with a charge of 75c for non-Center mem¬ bers, 00c for members. A picnic lunch will follow swim¬ ming, and then -a social program la planned. Cost ot the picnic and social will be $1. Further arrangements are being mode for the all-day Sunday picnio to be held Apg. 1 at Lake Hope, O. The group will leave at 9:30 a. m. and lunoh will bo served by "C^ub 25" at Lake Hope. For those wish¬ ing to remain, food will be served at the Lodge during the dinner hour. Transportation will be, ar¬ ranged for all. WORKMAN'S CIRCI.E HAS PICNIC JULY 18 Members and friends of Work¬ man's Circle and Auxiliary, Branch 154, are invited to the organiza¬ tion's annual picnic Sunday, July 18, at Grlgga Dam. starting at 1:30 p. m. The picnic will be held at Shelter House No. 1 and Ice cream and soft drinks will be served, free. OOLDEN AGE CLUB'S OUTINQ TOMORROW The Golden Age Club's first summer outing will be held thia Sunday at Blendon Woods. A bus will leave the Center at 11 a. m., to return at 0:30 p. m. No trans¬ portation will be furnished to the Center, but the bus will take its "regulars" on the route home. Members are asked to bring their own picnic lunches; Ice cream and soft drinks will be furnished by tho Council of Jewish Women. ~E3xoltlng ganies and contests have been planned. In the event of continuous rain Sunday, the picnic will be postpon¬ ed until further notice. ^utdnq ike week fln A3P f^e^hjrt i'bend of .rKWiSH students towards Judaism DENVER - In his third annual report. Rabbi Abraham Zemacfi,' Hillel DLrectot- at Colorado and Denver universities, revealed that "there Is an increasing trend on the part of our students to concern themselves with developing a philosophy of life and a personal religious belle/." Having conducted a person-to-pcrson interview with 400 Jewish students in both universities, the campus rabbi discovered that the majority was more Interested in religion than In such old familiar topics as Int&rdatlng, anti-Semitism and intermarriage. Rabbi Zemach accepted this as a healthy and hopeful outlook for the future of the American Jewish student. ***** MEETS JEWISH USADEBS IN NEW YOBK NEW YORK • Fred K. Shochet, president of the American Asso- , elation of English-Jewish Newspapers and editor of The Jewish Florl¬ dian, Miami, spent the 4th of July weelt-end in New York City visiting officials of a number of national Jewish organizations which included the United Jewish Appeal. Mr. Shochet. scion of a long line of renowned scholars and writera in the free climate of our nation. ! and who is very active in the Miami community life, also conferred Our religion is strong, as our A- merican loyalty la strong." Between now and Sept. 12, when the celebration of the 300th anni¬ versary of Jewiah aettlement In the U. S. 1^. officially launched, thia proclamation will be re-Issued In hundreds of citiea and towns th rougftout the country. B'NAI B^ITH OIBLJS B'nai B'rith Qlrls are sponsoring a •rummage sale on Aug, 7, and would appreolate donations of old clothes, records, furniture, etc. If pick-up servlee la needed, call Mar¬ cia Schwartz, DO. BfISS, or Arlene Coopersmlth, FA. 3473. ' BBO'i next meeting Is Tuesday evening .at the Center. .SPECIAIJ8TS TO ISBABL WASHINGTON, I JTA) The Foreign Operations Administration ajinounced the signing of a con¬ tract with the Research Founda¬ tion of the State University of Nqw York under which the University will ajsslst the Israel government In agriculture, health and sanita¬ tion, industry and education. The total estimated coat of the University contract, spread over ^ three-year period. Is $1,816,700. From currently available funds, FOA haa allotted »763,00p which. It la expected', will carry the con¬ tract t)irough Its first 18 months. An additional allotment later Is contemplated.. SYRIAN SHEIXING TEL AVrV, (JTA) — Tho Israel- Syrian Mixed Armistice Commis¬ sion condemned the Syrian shell¬ ing of an' Israel patrol boat on Lake TIberlaa June 30, in which two Israeli policemen lost their lives and five others were wound¬ ed. RUMMAGE SALJE Sigma Theta PI aorority will hold Its annual rummaSge sale In August, Clothes will be picked up; call AUce Benls, EV. 6828; Evle Wolpert, FA. tib09; or 3enita Golden, EX. 4820. with the publisher of The Jewish Standard, Jersey City, Mr. Morria Janoff, and with David Horowitz ttt the United Nations Bureau of the American Jewish Presa, official Newa Service of the Association. « • * « * DISCBI»nNATION AT INIVERSITY OF CX)U)BADO DENVER - When the Regents of the University of Colorado meet Aug. 25, they will be confronted with a plan, already aubmlttcd to the Board by the Democratic regent Vance Austin, that will call for a halt of racial and religious diiicrimination in the university's fraternltjes. Auatin'a plan requirea all aocial, honorary and profesalonal fraternities to eliminate all discriminatory proviaiona from their constitutions by September, 1067, and demonstrate by their membership rolls by June, loss, that they are not practicing discrimination. The university Board, composed of three Democrats and three Republicans, with President Ward Darley as chairman, ia split In its opinion. The three Republicans stand opposed to the Austin plan. Denver citizens are hopeful that Dr. Darley, who holds the decisive vote, will aillc with the Democratic members in their vote for Antl-Dlscrlml- nation resolution. ACCUSE McCarthy NEW YORK, (JTA) — Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and his sup¬ porters are "creating the same di¬ visions and rivalries among our people on which Hitler throve, and some of them are Just as anti- Semitic," Mrs. Agnes Meyer told a speolal session of tbe convention of the National Education Associa¬ tion here.' , * • • CENTERS SPENT «14,000,00« NEW YORK, (JTA) — The com¬ bined expenditures of all Jewish community centers and YM-YW- HA's reached a total of, more than $14,000,000 In 19S3, the national Jewish Welfare Board reported here. The JWB also reported tbat "almost half of the SSO.OOO member¬ ship of the centers and "Y's" Is composed of boys and girls of 17 or below and that the membership of girls and women Is higher than It hoe ever been. ANTI-JEWISH IMAPUET PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — In¬ vestigative ' work by the Jewish Community Relatlona Council has uncovered a Baltimore electrician aa the printer and distributor ot a scurrilous '" antl-Jewlsh leaflet which woa widely distributed here. The leaflet carried the name of the "Jewlah Mlsslop" of Baltimore. On Investigation, this turned out to be a postoffloe box and the "mission" itself was composed of John C. Meek and his brother. Meek told a JCRC Investigator that he' had written the leaflet, had 29,000 priiited and that be and bis brother traveled around, dlijtrlbut- Ing them. Previously the brothers who had been distributing antl- Jewlsh material for 16 years, used the name of the "Christian League of Decency." Ye shall not be afraid of the face of man; for the judgment is Gkid'i.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-07-09|
|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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