Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-02-22, page 01
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\'i~y\)<-T.r''fynnr*ii waW.iy.'i." vrii iiix •r, !???!T!5!!^fti5U3V^i?.,V;"#iu*^*''J«»^ 2l\\yy Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \V// \vj^ Vol, 35, No. 8 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1957 39 "•.;'3i:i.i.V.;!r RABBI ROSENTHAL Guest Speaker Rabbi Rudolph M. Rosenthal, spiritual leader of Temple-On- Thc-Helghts of Cleveland, will address a meeting of the Coltim- bus Zilonlst District Thursday, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Rabbi Rosenthal Is a native of Cleveland, Is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, and has an M. A. from Teachers. College, Columbia University. He was or¬ dained a rahbl by Rabbi Stephen Wise of tho Jewish Institute of Religion In New York City. Rabbi Rosenthal made on ex¬ tensive tour of Israel In 1951 and wrote a series of articles for the Cleveland News. He Is a member of the National Executive Com¬ mittee of the Zionist Orgapizatlon of America aiid was the first lec¬ turer of the Joshua Loth Lieb¬ man Memorial Lectureship. The Rio Orande University con¬ ferred on Rabbi Rosenthal the Honorary Degree, Doctor of Lit¬ erature, and he is also a recipient of an Honorary Degree, Doctor of Laws, from Wilberfore Univer¬ sity. Rabbi Rosenthal chose aa tho topic of hla discussion, "The Cur¬ rent Middle East Situation." Rev. P. H. Gellman, cantor of Agudas Achim Congregation, will render a musical program. Rabhl Nathan Zelizer, spiritual leader of Temple Tifereth Israel, will introduce the gueat speaker. The public is Invited. FRIENDSHIP CLUB SHOWS The Friendship Club preaents the Yiddish movie, "Circle Efros," Sunday, March 3, 8 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Admission is 78c, open to the public. PIONEER WOMEN'S DONOR DINNER MARCH 24 Molvlllc Prank, president of the Jewish Community Council and well-known executive, will bo master of ceremonies for Pioneer Women's annual donor dinner Sunday, March 24, 6 p. m., at the Jewish Center. A two-star program has been planned to present Jewish life and Jewish culturd In Israel, Por the Jewish life today In Israel, Pioneer Women will brin^ Rose Kaufman, member of the National Advisory Board of Pio¬ neer Women who has just re¬ turned from a two-month stay in Israel. She has a timely message with her report from the Jewish Seminar she attended while In Israel. -a. For Jewish culture In aong. Pioneer Women offer Vivien Blchman, known throughout the United States for her programs of American and Jewish (Yiddish and Israeli) folk music. In Israel, Pioneer Women work to maintain and perpetuate our Jewiah heritage by trying to es¬ tablish an education system of its own. The Moctzet Hopoalot. foremost women's organization In Israel, Is the Council of working Women for Pioneers. Those women are engaged In the training and edu¬ cation of immigrants from the lands of the Orient and Europe for living In Israel. Not only does the Moetzet Ha¬ poalot maintain and build farm schools for agricultural training of youth' . . . vocational sqhooir for girls and working women . day nurseries and kindergartens . . . immigrant projects . . . hos¬ tels and youth villages . . . but all the children are taught the love for the Jewish people; Its lang¬ uage and culture are instilled through songs, stories, games q^nd celebration of holidays. Through the Folk and Mlttel Shulen, which are comparable to elementary and high schools, the Jewish way of life is taught to Jewish young people. Interest and support through Pioneer Women adds strength to the Pioneer organization and helps to rehabilitate thp land of Israel In Its relation to the new working population which is the IMMIGRANT, and also to eval¬ uate the major tasks of land and labor in the building of a new life. CABARET DANCE AT BJ TONIGHT Beth Jacob Synagogue's social hall is the site for the fifth annual cabaret dance to¬ night, 9-12, sponsored by (Capi¬ tal Post 122, JWV, and the Auxiliary. Dance music will be by Earl March's orchestra. Tickets l$3.2B per couple) will be available tonight ot the door. Cocktail refreshments will be arranged by Mrs. Charlos Young and her committee. Hadassah Program Wednesday TRUDE WEISS-ROSMARIN NEXT PERFORMER IN GENTER PROGRAM-OF-MONTH SERIES III Trude Welss-Rosmarln, internationally know lecturer, will speak at the Jewish Center Tuesday, March 5, 8:30 p. m., the fourth event of the "Program of the Month" series, sponsored by the Center, In cOToperation wiyi B'nai B'rith. Dr. Wolas-Rosniarin, a native of Frankfurt, Germany, came to this country shortly before the rise of Hitler. She Is a graduate of the University of Wurzburg, Germany, where she received her Ph, D. for a thesis on the earliest history of the Arabs. Among Dr. Welss-Rosmarin's other books are; Judaism and Christianity: the Differences; JewlHh Survival; Jerusalem; Highlights of Jowlsh History; Jewish Women Through the Ages; and Th? Hebrew Moses, Since 1936, Dr. Weiss-Roamarln has been editor ot "The Jewish Spectator" magazine. She also contributes to numer¬ ous other publications and Is a contributing editor of Judaism. She wrote articles on blbUcal themes for the Encyclopedia Judacia and served as vice-president of the National Asso¬ ciation of Biblical Instructors. In the field of adult education, she directed the School of the Jewish Woman, served as co-chalrmEm of the ZOA Edu¬ cation Committee and taught Jewish literature at the J^ew School for Social Research in New York. Widely travelled and a frequent sojourner In the State of Israel, Dr. Welss-Rosmarln eitcompaases Jewish themes In their global ramifications and with the kind of understanding that grows from contact with nuiny olvilizatlons. Dr. Welss-Rosmarln's lecture topic here will be "The Pur¬ suit of Jewish Happiness." . Tickets for the balance of the aeries have been reduced and may be purchased at the Center or from the B'n^J B'rith office. Dr. B. T. Mindlln Is chairman of the series. Hodasnah wonnon oheok details of the clothes worn by models Jeanne Collier and Shirley Cohen. Th6Go and many others will be seen as part of the Hadassah Medical "Center tax stamp party and style show, given by Lazarus, at the Jewish Center Wednesday, 8 p. m. L^t to rlg^t, Mrs. Loals Adel¬ man, hoapitailty chairman; Mrs. Herbert Meizlish, Medical Center Certificate chairman t Mrs. Robert Hallet and Mrs. Frank Glassman, co-ehalrmen of the affair; Mrs. Harold Edelstein, president of Ha¬ dassah* Admission to Wednesday's affair Is $6 in cash or. $170 equivalent tn tax stamps, payable to the Hadassah Medical Organization. BefreslmientA wlU be served following the style show. Distribution of varied >• door prizes and the playing of card games and mahj Jong are included on the evening's agenda. Reservations can still be made by calling Mrs. Philip Feldman, BE. 5-4141, or Mrs. Israel Free¬ man. BE. ff-5114. (Topy photo) BBG'S DANCE AT CENTER TONIGHT B'nal B'rith Girls sponsor "Melody in Motion," a semi- formal dance tonight, 9-12, at the Center. General chairman Is Lynn Bar¬ ash. Dina Flaum is the refresh¬ ment committee chairman. Her workers are Joyce Koltun, Ellen Elsenberg, Judy BMscher and Eleanor Pox. Publicity committee chairman Is Marjorie Hlllson. Her committee members aro Joyce Bachman, Tina Brodsky, Darlene Cohen, Sandy Elseman. Sallie Slegelman. Phyllis Haas is chairman of decorations. Members of her com¬ mittee are Sonia Gold, Sharon Levine, Denise Snider, Judy Ster¬ ling. Door prize chairman is Barbara Kaufman. Her workers are Aj- len© Topy^ Robyn Wasserstrom, Cheryl Weis. Ticket committee chairman Is Marsha Berman. Her committee members are Roslyn Kirkel and Helene Topp. The Five Kings of Rhythm will furnish dance music and the Pharoahs will entertain. Tickets are $1.76 a couple and may be purchased from any BBG mem¬ ber at the door. CAREER DAV" PLANNERS — Theso people | Louis Pearlman, Tina Brodsky, Bob Friedman, Los are motivating the wheels for Sunday's "Career | Harris, Ronnie Cahn, Joe Schofer, Judy Sterling, Day" program at the Center; Mrs. Melvin Harris j Herb Minkin, Ronnie Robins, Julie Berman. and Mrs. Albert Blank ico-chairmen), Elaine Zeff, | (Topy photo) Dean L. Hummel, assistant State Supervisor of Guidance, will keynote "Career Day" Sunday, 12:15 to 4 p. m., at the Jewish Center. "Career Day" Is a joint project of Teen-A g e Council, AZA, BBG and the adult B'nal 7 B'rith groups, to provide teen¬ agers of the community an op¬ portunity to receive vocational guidance. The participants can attend two of six panels which will be presented during the afternoon. The panels will be Social Servico, Physical and Engineering Sciences, the Arts, Education, Medicine and Business. Ail participants will be served a free lunch at 12:15, prepared by B'nal B'rith Women chapters. PRESENTATION AWARDS — Samuel Luper, president of Agudas Achim; Louis M L«vin, presi¬ dent of Beth Jacob; Mrs. Sherman Sharweli, Wom¬ en's Division chairman; Albert A. Blank, co-chair¬ man of Tifereth Israel Bond Committee; Abe A. Wolman and Jacob, H- Gilbert are shown above with Shaul Ben-Halm, Consul of Israel In Chi¬ cago, at the Bonds for Israel Brunch last Sunday at the Excelsior Club, where certain awards were made to congregations ^.nd Individuals for their efforts on behalf of Israel during the IdSA Israel Bond campaign, which produced sates here of $179,050. Mrs. Sharweli received a scroll In appreciation of hec outstanding work as women's chairman, while representatives of the synagogues received the famous Byzk Hagaddahs for their synagogues, as did.Mr. Wolman. Mr. Gilbert and William Schiff, officers of last year's campaign. Congregation Ahavas Sholom, an annual par¬ ticipant in the High Holy Day Bond Appeal, will soon receive Its award for Its devoted efforts on behalf of Israel. (Topy photo) JAN BART APPEARS ON LODGE PROGRAM B'nai B'rith ZIon Lodge 62 will present Jan Bart as featured guest at Its paid-up membership meeting at the Jewiah center Wednesday evening, March 13. The well-known singer, comed¬ ian and raconteur will make his appearance In a program open to paid-up members of the lodge only. Those who have never met or heard Jan Bart should make every effort to attend. For those who have already enjoyed his p4at appearances, each time is al¬ ways like meeting him anew. Refreshments will be served following the program. STOCK MARKET IS PROGRAM THEME Temple larael Brotherhood members will have a change' of scenery when they gather for their Morch 14 meeting at the brokerage offices of Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Beane, 48 E. Gay St.. 8:30 p. m. The guest speaker. Jack E. Nida, manager of the Columbus Branch of M.L.P. P.&B, lias In¬ vited the brotherhood to meet at the office ao he can beat explain the actual workings of the firm during a normal day. Mr. Nlda's subject wil bo "Main Street and Wall Street." In suggesting the meeting be at bis place of busli^ss, Mr. Nida told Ben Kahn, chairman of the affair, that having all the equip¬ ment and literature at hand will enable him to fully explain what the stock market ig and how It works. Refreshmenta will be served. There la no charge for the meet¬ ing.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-02-22|
|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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