Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-01-06, page 01
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^^il" Hiti itf is nam rt V •:<jiiii'U'ii'j'U' LE Sl\\y7 Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community^\]/\^ Vol. 34. No. I COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1*56 DsvotKl to Apiaries n and JtwUh Idaan MRS. SCHWARTZ TO REVIEW HASSIDiSM AT ONEG SHABBAT Second In Hodoeaah's series of Oneg ShabbolB will be held Satur¬ day, January 14, 1:30 p. m.. at the home of Mra. Harry Getz, 2703 Sherwood Rd. Quest speaker will be Mra. Harry Schwartz. *ho will diBcuas 'The Rise of Haasidlam Mrs. Schwartz is one of the Co¬ lumbua Jewish community's most devoted citizens. She is an attor ney, with a law degree from Ohio State University, and has been prominent in innumerable Jew¬ ish communal activitiea for many years. Mrs. Schwartz has served as Dis¬ trict 2 pr«stdent oC B'nai B'rith Women, president of Agudas Achim Sisterhood, Educational vice-president for Council of Jew¬ iah Women, member of Hadaasah and Mlzrachi and prominent In many facets of tho Jewlah Center's ' programa. Her Iceen Intelligence and searching mind will make her discuaaion of Haaaidlam vital to all wbo hear ber Jan. .14. Hadassah's program of Oneg Shabbata provides aeveral cultural meetings Saturday afternoons throughout each session. Members of Hadassah and gueats gather for stimulating discussion and an in¬ formal tea in the Sabbath tradi¬ tion. Theme of the Oneg Sbabbata for leS6 include: The Jewish Enlight¬ enment, The Contribution of Hen¬ rietta Szold to the Zionist Move¬ ment, and others, to he announced in The Chronicle later. First meeting of the season had a discussion on The Development of Yiddish Literature. Wardrobe Workers for ''^Alice in Wonderland These women worked In the "wardrobe dep't" for the Temple Israel-sponsored "Alice in Wonder¬ land" production which will be presented by the Brotherhood and Rose B. Liozarus Siaterhood tonight at the Jewish Center. In the photo are Meadames Berty Levy, Richard ,Abel, Slg Ornatein, S. Plotnick, Ben Yalman, Saul Koltun, Robert Wile, Milton Katz, Sol Hyman, Ben EV>rchhelmer, Armand Abel, Hiirry Lurie, Dave Ger¬ stenfeld, Francis.^ush. Not Included in the picture Is Mra. Aaron Horot^'itz, in whose capable hands all the costumes for "Alice in Wonderland" were de¬ signed and prepared for tonight's performance. More than 100 children and membera of Temple Agudas Achim Women Luncheon Tuesday Members of Agudaa Achim Sis¬ terhood wiil celebrate Jewish Music Month at their next regular meeting Tuesday in the social hali of the synagogue. A dessert lunch¬ eon will be served at 1 p. m. Mra. Gus Reich, program chair¬ man, has planned many surprises for Sisterhood members. Mrs. May¬ er Rosenfeld and Mike Schwartz, popular and talented members of tbe cominunlty, will be the guest entertainers. "They will be accom¬ panied by Mrs. Abe Greenapun at the piano. Mrs. Martin Godofsky will pre¬ sent a vivid report of the conven¬ tion at Orthodox Sisterhoods, held In New York City last month. Mrs. Godofaky attended the con¬ vention, with Mrs. Samuel Valcov and Mrs. Louia R. Goldfarb, Sis¬ terhood president. Klembers are reminded to save their sales tax stamps for the an¬ nual . cocktail party and dance which will be held In February. Tax stamps may be brought to the meeting and wUl i)c credited to¬ wards admiaslon to the party. larael have co-operated in thia family night affair. The eaat includes Jerry Rosenfeld, Barbara Forman and Robert Berlin. In charge of lighting are Som Lubin, Sid Levoff, Bemle Frank, Marv Finke and Stanley Jay. Sid Berg donated ali make-up. Seta are being supervised by Simon Sculler, Joseph Sculler, Norman Berger, Bernard Friedman, Freddi Schiff Levine, Jon Rush, Sonla Robbina, Fay Mlnd¬ lln and Jerry Well. In charge of make-up are Bea Roth, Caroline Hirsch and Lona Lowenthal. Tickets for "Alice In Wonderland" are SOc for children, tl for adults. Tickets wiil be available at the door of the Center auditorium tonight. Curtain time is 8 p. m. WINTER ART OI.ASS BEOIN ON JAN. 18 Wednesday, Jan. IB, in the date set for tbe beginning session of the winter term for the Center Paint¬ ing ft -Sketching class. Mn. Rose Lazar. exhibiting ar¬ tist and skilled Instnutor, will again direct the class, whloh will meet from 8 to 10 for 12 successive Wedneaday evenings. RegMtratlon fee Is $12 for Center mem)>ers, $18 for non-membern. ReglAratlona are now helng taken at the Oenter. An additional alx people u« needed for on afternoon Art cIah to Baterlalize. MISS SCHIAMiaE At Center Feb. 1 Martha Schlamme, one of the most pppular of present-day folk alngers, will appear in concert at the Jewish Center Wednesday eve¬ ning, Feb. 1, to open this year's Jewish Music Festival observance. Miss Schlamme baa achieved national ^d International recog¬ nition following two Town Hall concerts in New York and subse- quent tours of principal cities ih the U. S. and Canada. She will present a varied program of French, Italian, Hebrew and Yid¬ dish folk songa A native of Vienna, Mias Sch¬ lamme haa travelled extensively over the European and North A- merlcan continents In her quest for authenticity In . her remarkable repertoire. Miss Schlamme has been featured on the BBC network In Ejngland and has appeared fre¬ quently as soloist on the "Eternal Light" program (WNBC.) Her sensitive Interpretations of the folk music of many lands Is en¬ hanced by her "play acting" which accompanies her singing. Critics have referred to Miss Schlamme as a "refreshing young singer with a warm voice and an appealing manner." Mrs. L E, Sealfon, co-chairman of the Center Music committee, urges early ticket purchases for what is expected to be a capaelty house. Tickets are at tlie Oenter MBS. MARX One-Woman Show Mrs. Hllde Marx, of New York City, will be featured at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation In a one- woman show of "Dramatic Read¬ ings from Jewiah Literature" Wed¬ nesday, Jan. 18, 8 p. m. Mrs. Marx, a native of Germany, received the "Jean Paul Prize of Literature" and the "Firat Prize of Literature" while atudying at Berllnls university. She la a Journ¬ alist, author of short stories and poetry and has acted in many countries throughout Europe. Three volumes of her poetry have appeared thus far. Mrs. Marx will present a pro¬ gram of readings, monologues and poetry in both tho humorous and serious vein. The program Is open to ths public without charge. T. I. HEN'S cum STAG THURSDAY Second stag meeting of the sea¬ aon for Tifereth larael Men's Club will be In the social hall of Broad St. Temple Thursday, 8:80 p. m. Following the regular business meeting, those who desire may meet with Rabbl Nathan Zellzer in the Minnie Cobey Memorial Li¬ brary for a round-table study and discussion. Also on the agenda are card games and refreshments. Admls sion is tree to paid-up membera and their gueats. "WHICH WAY ASIA" FORUM TOPIC AT HILLEL SUNDAY . Opening the cultural series at the B'nai B'rith Foundation will be Dr, Kazuo Kawai and Frank Miller, who will discuss "Which Way Aaia," Sunday. 8 p, m. Dr. Kawai, associate professor of political science at Ohio State University since 1953, Is an expprt on Far Eastern affairs. He was formerly editor-ln-chlef of tho Nippon TimeM in Tokyo. Dr. Kawai received the greater part of hla education in the United States. He has lectured at Stanford University in California and for the U. 3. Counter-intelligence Corps Train- ing School in Tokyo. He also serv¬ ed aa technical assistant to the Japanese delegation at the Jap¬ anese Pewjo Treaty Conference in San Francisca Mr. Miller, an instructor in tho department of political science, re¬ ceived his B. A. and . M. A. from Ohio' State and is a candidate for a doctorate from the University of California. He waa graduated from the Naval Oriental Ltanguage School during the war and served briefly in the occupation of Japan. His field of interest n>alnly is the Far Blast and Japan. The lecture is the first of the Simday evening Cultural Series, open to the public without chargre. Refreshments will be served. "The B'nai B'rith Story" will be presented b y Martin Gluchow, president of B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge 2, ait the Noon Luncheon Forum Tuesday. Mr. Gluchow is well-equipped to present this topic since his 'asso¬ ciation with B'nai B'rith is one of 20 yeara standing. He hoa aerved In numerous capacitiea and offices rising to his present position In 1955. MB. OLUCHOW Guest Speaker Martin M. Gluchow, president of District Grand Lodge 2 of B'nai B'rith, will be guest apeaker at the next meeting of Zion Lodgo 62. It will be a dinm r meeting at the Elxcelslor Club Tueaday, 6:45 p. m. Mr, Gluchow was born in Phil¬ adelphia and resides In Kast Liver¬ pool, O. He was educated in the South and at the universities of Vanderbilt and Pennsylvania. Mr. Gluchow has been very ac¬ tive in both religious and com- munity organizations as well as B'nai B'rith. He has been a mem¬ ber of the Board of Temple B*nai B'rith in Eaat Liverpool for 10 yeara. He haa been co-ohairman of the East Liverpool United Jewish Appeal drive, chairman of the Is¬ rael Bonds conunitteet chairman of the Men's Division Community Fund, past president of the Ex¬ change Club, and chairman of the Red Crosa drive. Mr. Oluchow joined B'nai B'rith in 193S and was president of the Gustav Bendhelm Lodge 812 In ISast Llverpooi in 1D46-47-48-49. He was a District Deputy in 1940>-(M) He Is also a trustee of Beltefnlre and a membor of the Board <^ Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital.'. Feature of the meeting will be the initiation of all new memberii by' ttie B'nAl B'rith degree team. All membera are urged to make their reservaUpna. BBC'S Kiddie Show At Center Sunday B'nai B'rith Girls have completed arrangements for their fourth an¬ nuai Kiddie Show which will be at the Jewish Center Simday, 3:30 p. m. to 6. parents are Invited to bring their children for an after¬ noon of fun, prizes and surprises. B'nai B'rith Girls will serve aa baby sitters for-the afternoon. One of the attractions will ba¬ the appearance of Evan Kress, popular young ventriloquist. Also on the program are cartoons and many games, with souvenirs and candy for all the youngsters. Judy Sterling Is ohairman of this year's Kiddie Show, assiated by Carol Hirsh, Marlene Truax, Sheila Bloom, Judy Poster and Enid Levinson. TloUets are 50c and can be pur¬ chased at the door. STP PLEDGES PLANNING "PBESniENTIAl, BALL" Pledges of Sigma Theta Pt sor. orlty are preparing for the second annual "Presidential Ball" at the Deahler-Hllton Hotel Saturday eve¬ ning, Feb. U. Syrll Slegel is chairman and Wendy Abrams is president of the pledge class. COMBO OPEN HOU^ AT Hn.f.m, TOMOBBOW Social activities for the winter quarter at B'nai B'rith HlUel Foundation begin this Sunday, 8:80 p. m. to B:80, with a combo ppen house. Muslo will b« tur- iSuaied by Jeny daber'a otimbo- FaoUities tor hridge, talkie tennis and other ganuis will be aviuuadek and refreshments wiU \>« served.'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-01-06|
|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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