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If'.u iic-- ,fw:..; ¦' ¦; ^i^rj. Central Ohio'3 Only Jewiah Netospaper Reaching Eosiy Horns 1 A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Datokul to j4merkari and Jemkh Ideah Volume VI—i\'o. 51 COI.UMBUS, OHIO. M.AV ,;, r924 Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc Full House Greets B'nai B'rith Minstrel Show at^of C. Hall A Most Delightful Evening's En¬ tertainment is Given to Local Ben B'riths and , Their Families and Friends OFFICERS OF ZION LODGE ARE LAUDED FOR THEIR SPLENDID EFFORTS "A most consummate success" was the concensus of opinion in re the I. O. B. B. Minstrel Show presented to a ca- | pacity house last Tuesday evening, May i 0, at the K. of C Hall, filh and State I Streets. . ' i The enthusiastic approval of every'' member of the large and representative \ audience was eminently well-deserved,, for every song, dance, monologue, dia-, loguc and sketch was "put across big." The entire cast created thc impression that it had liack of it real genuine Jialent, young men who would make a "big hit" even as professionals. There is no ques¬ tion, but that this show was the biggest and best performance ever "put over" by any Jewish body in Central Olito. \ Music Exceptionally Good ! A goodly number of auditors ex- EttthusiaStlC FdreWell pressed the opinion that were such a D*?** flTO splendid thing given here again it would ' Bv ZlOUlStS Ol U. U. fdl the entire auditorium at regular tho- alrical tariffs. Thc music was exception-1 „, . ^,. •I 1 .1 T- ^ ( .1, «v„.. c*..., .Zionist Chieftain, After Five ally good, the director of the orcViestra, j -- .____-^' • ••¦>- Dr. Morris Goldberg, evoking especially; fine comment. The opening chprus was a genuine surprise, taking the house by | •storm. Following is the complete cast | Don't Forget Mothers' Day Celebration Sunday Evening at 8 O'clock Sharp at bryden Road Temple Every true son and daughter of Israel is urged to be pres¬ ent Sunday evening. May 11, at 8:00 o'clock sharp, at the An¬ nua] Mothers' Day Celebration sponsored by Zion. Lodge i. O. B. B. No. 62 at the Bryden Road Temple. A very well-known orator. Judge Daniel H. Sowers, will honor us with an old-time ora¬ tion on "What Mothers Mean to ' Humanity." A splendid musical program, appropriate to the occasion, has been ar¬ ranged by the Franklin 'Con¬ servatory of Music. Come and enjoy yourselves while honoring the loving mothers of the "House of Jacob." Every mother in at¬ tendance will be presented with a beautiful white carnation. Weizmann Given An Months' Visit During Which He Toured Entire Country, Returns to England of the show: END MEN- I.Ko Y.\s.sK.\-nrr, Interlocutor Henry H. Hersch Abe Berliner Een E. De Groote Dr. Louis J. Roth D.wid P. Sheiiibart A. B. Weinfeld - Tiai'I-E QUAUTET Lewis BasciB^ Herbert Mendel son Richard Klein tsador Hyman H. Lieverman Harold Gardner Louis Rosenthal Ben. Z. Neustadt Dr. Jos. H. CowanArthur Siegel Oliver Klein - Robert Anthony — k, :.'¦ ^ „.-,¦ ,• V • ¦'¦ Astor'hall tp,.overflowing'and over five Bernard Schubert Carl Berman Gus Bowman Edward Olander Harry Shinbach Syd Weiner, Ouo Spkcialists Julius Zeckhauser Dr. Jos. H. Cowan Dr. Louis J. Roth Abe Berliner Dr. Morris Gold- Sam Harris berg Efforts of S. W. Reilly ¦ Much credit for the successful con- sutnmation of the performance is due to the indefatigable efforts and remarkable ingenuity of 'the General Director and Coach, Mr. S. W. Reilly. From the very first night he got every one together for rehearsing, he inspired Ihe cast with-con¬ fidence and enthusiasm.' He left no stone unturned, working faithfully and untiringly until thc entire thing was ¦over Tuesday evening at 10:4.". Of course Mr. Reilly was extremely fortu¬ nate to have such, wonderful talent to work with as Dr. Louis J. Roth, Ben DeGroote, Abe Weinfeld and David P. Sheinbart, Abe Berliner and Henry H. Hersch. Every one of these End Men did his individual part in a most delig(htful way. That the audience was highly pleaseil was evidenced by thc many spontaneous outbursts of applause and the many in- sistant demands for encores. Doc Roth's work received special adulation. He per¬ formed like a genuine artist—a real pro¬ fessional. His way of ,"putting things across" was absolutely irresistible. Extraordinary Energy Ben DeGroote's work was marked by extraordinary energy, vim and pep. In every word and gesture was the spirit of a star comedian. David P. Sheinbart also came in for lots of uproarious outbursts of satisfac¬ tion. He sang "California, Here I Come" with the klash and vigor of Al Jolson himself, • Abe Weinfeld won his auditors' atten¬ tion and good will from the moment his voice was heard. In his dialogues with Dave Sheinbart, his work was very grat¬ ifying. His rendition of "Sweet Henry" could not have been done better by a professional. Abe Berliner proved to be a genuine old-time En^ Man. His singing and acting thruout the show evoked laugh¬ ter and approval on all sides. (Concluded on page 4) SEE PAGE 8 —FOR— Real Estate Values (Special to Ohio Jewish Chronicle) NEW YORK-Dr. Chaim Weiz¬ mann. on the eve of his departure for London on the last lap of the world cir¬ cle from Jerusalem to San Francisco and back to Jerusalem', was given an enthusiastic farewell by the Zionist Or¬ ganization of America at a mass meeting held in the Hotel .Astor last Thursday night. Dr.- Weizmann following his five months' visit to America, during which his journey took him to the Pacific coast, sailed Tuesday. Over one thousand Zionists filled the hundred more,.an.Kious to hear the lead¬ er's farewell message, were turned away. In his address Dr. Weizmann sounded a clairion call to renewed effort on the part nf the Zionists and emphasized 'that until thc organization of the Jewish .Agency is completed in America and Europe, ready to take over the recon¬ struction of Palestine, the entire duty and responsibility for the rebuilding of the Jewish Homeland rests - upon, the Zionists. "Until the Jewish Agency is built up here, and in Europe, and until these two parts are (.'ombined, ready to take over the burden of the reconstruction of Pal¬ estine, this -work is the entire responsi¬ bility of the Zionists and ot the Zionist Organization," Dh Weizmann declared. "As this work cannot be stopped,for a single second — it has got to go on, it must go on — then tlie Zionists must pa¬ tiently and faithfully carry the entire burden as nobly as they have borne it hitherto. "The guarantee for the ultimate suc¬ cess of the building'up of the Jewish -Agency out of the various elements of Jewry rests only on one thing — in the sustained and continued effort of the Zionists to go on with-their work. 'I say, and not in a disparaging sense, if not for the years of effort which preceded the war, which have been going on since the war, if not for the actual achievements in Palestine against heavy and difRcult o<lds, we would not be iti a position to- (Concluded on page 4) ZION LODGE, NO. 82, I. O. B. B., GIVES THANKS TO THESE GOOD VOLUNTEERS The officers of Zion Lqdge, I. O. B. B. No. 62, beg to thank the following young ladies for the graceful and gracious man¬ ner in which they "ushered" at the Minstrel Show given last Tuesday evening, May 6, at the K. of C. Hall. Their servicBS were highly appreciated, all the more so because of the alacrity with which they volunteered to do this very necessary work. The corps of ushers at the Show follows: Dorothy Has¬ sel, Frieda Jacobs, Tekla David, lola Zeckhauser, Hortense Kruckman, Miriam Hoffman, Yetta Lurie, Helen Bornheim, Coryne Basch, Rosina Weiler. The officers also extend their thanks and appreciation to Mi^. Joseph Kresge for the efficient manner in which he supervised tho work of the aboya-named ushers and the splendid order he maintained in getting the guest* seated properly. B'NAI B'RITH MOTHER'S DAY CELEBRATION, SUNDAY EVENING, MAY IITH —iBRYDEN ROAD TEMPLE MY MOtHER Of all the 'words of tongue or pen, Of all the thoughts of mortal men, Therb is no word, there is no thought So dear to me as thtlt one taught. At childhood's dawn, Long years agone: That precious word, with visions fraught. Is "Mother." The dayis are many since she pressed My baby head upon her breast; The months have gone with flying feet — Our youthful years aTe all too fleet: But calm and clear I still can hear The voice of her -~ than life more sweet —' My mother.' f Not always have I walked the way ' She taught to me, from day to day; Sometimes I may have scorned her care. And niade her burden hard to bear; But here, this hbisr— God grant me pmtjetl I'll walk her way, I'l|..^eied her prayer— , . And make her,jj1r3;>f4t'''»-t -i ... . My mother. < — Thomas Curtis Clark. ANNUAL DISTRICT MTG. OF THE ROSE E. LAZARUS SISTERHOOD TUES., MAY 13 Members of thc Zanesville and New¬ ark Sisterhoods will be guests at the Annual District meeting of thc Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood which wilJ be held Tuesday, May Wth, at two o'clock at thc Erydcn Road Temple. Preceding thc business meeting a luncheon will be held at the Temple for all members who wish to attend, reser¬ vations to be made through Mrs, Arthur E. Loeb . An unusual program has been planned for the afternoon meeting which will in¬ clude reports to be given in a unique manner, several vocal selections by Miss Estelle Fisher and surprise number. Officers for the ensuing year are to be elected. .All members are urged to at¬ tend both the luncheon af twelve-thirty and the business meeting at two o'clock. Election of Officers Is Held By the Local Section of C. J. W. Mrs. Jerome Kohn Is Elected President of Organization for Coming Year Election of officers held at the last and one of the most delightful meetings of the season of the Columbus Section Council of Jewish Women, Tuesday af¬ ternoon, May 6th, at the Bryden Road Temple, brought the following into of; fice: Mrs. Jerome Kohn, president; Mrs. Robert Lazarus, second vice-president; Mrs. Hiram Cohen, recording secretary; Musical Program for B'Nai B'rith Mothers' Day Celebration - Piano Solo — Gypsy Airs Sorasate Mrs. Manilla Abramson Vocal—Thc Songs My Mother Taught Me '.. Doorak Vocal — May Morning Denza' Miss Lula Gavette Remembrance — Telma Serenade.Widor Miss Mabel Martin Mrs. Manilla Abramson, accompanist. Will Be Speaker of Honor at Mothers' Day Celebra¬ tion Tonwrrow Evening (Sunday) at Bryden Road Tenqile. Mrs. M. Abramson Brown Sends Message of Optimism to the Reform Jews of U. S. Tells of Encouraging Response His Appeal for Support of U. A. H. C. Has Received from Congregations Throughout the Country SPIRIT OF CHICAGO MTa HAS PERMEATED EVERY SECTION OF COUNTRY (Special to Ohio Jewish Chronicle) I. NEW YORK. —David A. Brown, chairman of the Committee on Finance to raise funds to meet the budgetary needs of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations for the coming year, has just sent a message of optimism to Re¬ form Jewry in America in which he tells of the encouraging response his appeal for support has received from congrega¬ tions throughout the country. Mr. Brown was appointed chairman of a special committee to secure funds, after the special Council of thc -Union which met in Chicago failed to pass an amend¬ ment to the constitution assessing con¬ gregations a percentage of their dis¬ bursements, as inco^ie for 'the Union. A resolution was unanimously adopted at that time to whiclj every delegate present, representing the Reform con¬ gregations affiliated with the Union, pledged to secure from his congregation a sum equal to the amount his congre¬ gation would have been assessed, so that the Union would liavc funds for the continuance of its fictivities for the current year. A special committee with Mr. Brown at the head was appointed to carry this resolution into effect. Mr. Brown immediately at the close of the Council, sent letters and telegrams to delegates, presidents, and rabbis, re¬ minding them of this pledge, and point¬ ing out the urgent need of funds. The message of optimism which he sent out last week was prompted by the encour¬ aging response he received td'his ap¬ peal. His letter follows: "This is DANIEL H SOWERS. Miss Lulu Gavette Miss Mabel Martin ZETA BETA TAU FRATERNITY TO HOLD PARENTS' DAY AND TOWN DAY Sunday, May llth, many mothers from out of town as well as those who reside licre will visit at the Zeta Beta Tau Fra¬ ternity house on'the occasion of Parentis bay, the Fraternity's annijal affair. This year, because Mothers' Day comes at the same time, morning services will be held at the chapel and a member of the Fraternity will deliver an address on "Mothers."5 A dinner will be served at twelve-thirty o'clock'. Invitations have been sent out for the Annual Town Day to.be held at the Zeta Beta Tail house, Sunday, May 18th. Friends and patrons of the Fraternity will be tendered a dintier at twelve- thirty o'clock and the boyswill be at home alt day to visitors, Mrs. Morris Resler, treasurer; and the Mesdames Paul Feinknopf, Frank Glick, A. Goldberg, Al H. Harmon, Max Har¬ mon, Russell Joseph, Erwin Rosenthal, Riva Silberstein, B. E. Tushbant, M. F. Wallach, John Wilson and M. L. Yuster, directors. Reports for the year of the committee chairmen were given in a novel manner. A large year book was placed upon the stage and as Miss Coryne Basch, presi¬ dent of the Junior Council Auxiliary, opened it, each officer and committee chairman came out in turn and read her report, Mrs. Jerome Kohn, president, in¬ troducing each one by a clever little verse. Mrs. Simon Lazarus, chairman of the Needlework Guild appeared dressed in a nurse's costume with baby garments pinned to her apron. A bit of comedy was used by'Mrs. George Goodman, in^ presenting her report on the. Year Book. Mrs. Henry H. Hersch opened the meeting with a beautiful piano solo, "Autumn," by Shamiriade. Mrs. Simon Lazarus, Mrs. Max Harmon, Mr. Ralph McCall and Mr. R. Brown rendered several selections from Madame Butter¬ fly and, La Boheme, accompanied by Mrs, Samuel Richard. Gaines. The closing prayer for the afternoon was made by Mrs. Harry Friedenberg, retiring chairman of Religion. Mrs. Max Har¬ mon was in charge of the afternoon's program. It was decided that the organization endow a bed at the Childrens' Hospital and provide for its nprkeep, and that a cash donation be sent to the Denver Jewish Hospital. , n^iiV/V; ftbi out shortly aher our Chicago meeting'., "Already on my desk I have a com¬ plete picture of a cross section of the country, and that picture is one that should make you and every other Jew interested in Reform Judaism extremely happy. "While at the convention in Chicago there were opposing views on the plan presented for financing the Union, yet the responses which have come to me are all in agreement with the suggestion that the budget of the Union be met by each-congregation assuming as its obli¬ gation, the amount which it would have paid under the plan withdrawn. "Not only do these letters sound an optimistic note towards solving our eco¬ nomic problems but they contain other matter which strikes me as being most important. "It is very evident that the spirit of our Chicago meeting, whicli touched the highest peaks of idealism, has permeated every section of this country. Practi¬ cally every letter insists that we shall go on doing the big things, the fine things that are so necessary in every commu¬ nity in this land. I believe that I can say to you now, based upon the responses which I have before me, that the budget of the Union will be met this year, not because peo¬ ple had to participate, but because they wanted to participate. "In writing you in this spirit, I do so that you may. pass on to those you meet daily my word of optimism and encour¬ agement. Each 61 us acting individually and ail of us acting collectively can in the next few weeks do an exceptionally fine piece of work for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and in doing so, help make for a finer Jewish spirit in tbis country." NOTES FROM LOCAL IVREEYOH SOCIETY Have you paid your subscription for 1924? The last tea party of the season to be given by the Ivreeyoh will be held the latter part of the month, it was decided at the monthly meeting held Sunday, May 4th, at the Hebrew School, Tickets for the picnic which will be given June 22nd at Jieimandale Gxayt wil soon be placed on sale. Further de¬ tail j with regard to both events will appear In forthcoming is'^ues of the CHKONICtE. , A WORD OF EXPLANATION FROM THE PUBLISHERS A number of aubicribeM have ipformed us that they did not receive their Chronicle until Tuesday, whereai they have been accustomed to receive it on Saturday morning. The publishers of the Chronicle keenly regret this delay. It was occasioned by the ineffi¬ ciency of the local post office. We have spoken with the ' postmaster about this and ho promises that everything, will be done hereafter to expedite the delivery of our worthy pub¬ lication. We beg to thank our patient subscribers for their kind indulgeneo. THE ClfRONiCLE PUBLISHING CO.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1924-05-09|
|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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