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¦fy^'-'^TK^^L^it0t^h^^^. ^K^t-©S^%^-^^«;^-3'.'>X^>'4r.;-.. . '; Central Ohio's Only Jetoish Nctospaper Reaching Eoery Home A WEEKLY NEWSP'aPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Devoted to American' and Jewiah Ideals Vol. XI —No. 15 COLUMBUS, OHIO, APRIL 13, upH Per Year $3.00; Per Copy 10c Jewish Social Workers Will Hold Conference In Cincinnati May Sth Noted Men of City, State, and Nation Will Participate in thc ProcccdinKS CONFERENCE IS NOW OVER TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS OF AGE IS CHAIRMAN OF ARRANGE¬ MENTS COMMITTEE FOR B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION NKW YORK.--The National Lonfcr- eiice of Jexvish .Social Service will hold its anmial !-e<;sions in Cincinnati from May fl ^7 ^fay lit, according to an an¬ nouncement yesterday by SaniucI A, Goldsmith, 111 Fifth Avenue, Secretary of the organization. The meeting will ninrlc the twenty-eighth year oi thu Con¬ ference. Originally, April 2i) to May U, 1028, were hct as thc dales, but tbc execu¬ tive ctuniniltce of the Conference decided (n the change. Wnldninn to Head Committee .\forris D. Waldman, Executive di¬ rector of the Jewish Welfare Federaticni of Detroit, and Prcbident of the Cuu- fereiice. Iia^ selected Dr. I. M. Rubinow,' uf Philadelphia, to head the program conunittee, Because of the fact that Cinciiuuti has one of the oldest Jewish conimuuities in thc coimtry and wa<; the first city to adopt the Federation, idea for pooling its communal re*iolirccs, a large representation nf laymen is expected to attend thc sessions and Mr. Waldman is designating the Conference as a reunion ' year in order to welcome volunteer social workers from all over the country to join with the prufessional men and women who are usually in attendance. ' Throughout its twenty-seven years of existence, the Conference has served three principal purposes: It has enabled lho,sc interested in Jewish social work to gather regularly to discuss communal problems; it has brought the scientific developments in general social work to the members; and it 1ms served to stiniu late the development of a number of new organizations which arc national in cha/- acter. William J. Shroder, president of Cincinnati Board of Fducatlon ind former president of the National C m-' ference of Jewish Social Service, will deliver thc address of welcome at the opening session on Wednesday ever ng, May ii. Addresses also witl be delivi red i>y Mayor Miirry Seasongood of (an- cinnaii and by Mr. Waldman, prcsu ent of the Conference, A reception by phe local Jewish community to the deleg: will follow the opening session Wednesday evening, at the Hotel Sintol where all thc sessions will be held, witli^ the exception of thc memorial meeting on Saturday morning, May 12. Memorial Meeting The memorial ntceliug will be held ht the Chapel of the Hebrew Uniuii C&l- lege, with Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, ef ecutive director of thc Federation for t le Support of Jewish Philanthropic S >- cietics aud a graduate of the college, pr ;- siding. Following the religious servic s, Dr. Lowenstein will speak in memory if Miss Rose Sommerfield. Samuel l. Goldsmith, executive director of the B • reau of Jewish Social Research, will pa] tribute to the memory of Dr. Juliu' Druclisle. Dr. Boris D. Bogen, gen¬ eral secretary of the Independent Order of B'nai B'rith and one of thc deans of Jewish social service in America, will pay tribute to the memory of Dr. Charles I). Spivak; and Dr. M. Olgin will speak in memory of Dr. Frank F. Rosenblatt. Kurt Peiser, superintendent of thc United Jewish Agencies of Cincinnati, wilt preside at the Thursday morning session, which will be devoted to faniily and child care problems. This session will include papers on the Future of Jewish Family Case Work by Mrs. Ray Wechsler, supervisor of the Bronx Dis¬ trict of Ihe Jewish Social Service Asso¬ ciation of New York; and ou the future (Coutimii'd uii Page (i) Don't Fail To Attend The Long-Heralded Spring Fete Which WiU Take Place At The Progress Club Tuesday Evening,.April 17 I l^laborute ProKr<im Ha.s Been Arranprcfl For the Occasion— ' Entertainment Will Be of Interest to Youns and Old—Buf- I fct Supper Will Be Served From (i to 8 P. M.—Proceeds Will Go Towards Defraying Broadcasting Expenses IS HONOHAKY CHAIRMAN OF ARRANGEMENTS COM- MITl'EE FOR B'NAI B'RITM CONVENTION .lACK MYERS Preparation In Full Swing For Big I. 0. B. B. Convention In This City Zion Lodge No. 2, Will Be Host to District No. jSG on June 3rd, 4th and Sth CONVENTION HEADQUAR¬ TERS WILI. BE AT DESHLER Ziun J.oiIkc No. «J, 1. O. H. I!, has (letemiined to niako (he next Conventioii of IJislrirt Xf> '1, one of thi- olitstnnd- iiiK events in thc I'litirc historv of tlie U'nai li'ritli in the Middle West. 'rhih Lonvention will take [li.ice in this eil.v on Jnne '(rd. Itli and ."itli. with he.id- (lijiirteri at the Deshler-VValliek Hotel. Tilt loiii,'-lieral(led SiJiiiiR Fete niiil C'lirnival under the joint aiis- piecs of tlie Hrotlierliood .iiid Sisterhood of the liryden Road Temple, rtill iiievitahly be thc outstanding event of the season. We are sure every Ciirio.sjict.ic reader lia"; set aside the eveiiinf; of April i/th for this atis]neiotts occasion. r.very ennrelvable f(jn)i of cntelainnietit li;is heen arranged, so th.at yoiitif; and old, male and female, will find it a <lelii»ht to he atnonu; those present. It is intcre.sting to note that a Buffet .Snpper will he .scrve<l from 6 to 8 o'chirk and that dancing to the tune of a unicpie orchestra will he in jirogress throughout Ihe evening. .'\ fortune teller of note will grace the rostrum and those who have lievple.xing jjroblcnis or C|iie.slions pertaiiu'ng to the fiiluve will have an opporttuiily to have theni .mswered and explained. .¦\ numher of artists and roiuediaiis from local vau<IcviHe hoii.ses will also he on thc ])ro.(ram and thereby helji in putting this grand affair across. ,\rrangenicnts have also hcen made for tho.sc who desire to play cards. Keniemher, the ])"oceeds of this affair will go tiittards defraying the expense uf histalliiig and maintaining the hroa<lcastiiig e(|ui]niient at the Rrydeii Koad Temple; also towards jjaying for the pioposed re- decoration work ill Temple Israel. So if you want to .s)i('iul .-i most pleasant evening and at the same time assist in a splendid cause, make no other arrangemeius for Tuesday evening. .April 17th. Uepoit on that evening at thc Pmgress Club, 142 So. I'arsons .¦\\cnue. as early as you like and stay as long as you ilesire. ^ lireviiiiisl> annJinuied "ifr tTiFse "Jol-., nnijortante of early rcliRioui training hy ninns Brother Jack Myers is the Cieneral Chairman of the fCxeeiili^c Crnninittcc in eharpc of arrangcnicnts for this anspicious event. Brother I. R. Jashen-' osky has been named IIonorar> Chair¬ man ; Justin \.. Silhnan, Viee-Chairman; f. \V. (Jai-ek, Secretary; Joselih C. Goodman, 'I'reasnrcr; and Ben Z, Neu- sl.a<lt. Publicity Manager. The other men named for the various comniittees arc: .^he Weinfeld, Registration Committee; K. J. Scliantarher, Budget Conimittee; Dr. Morris Goldherf?, I'2iitcrtainmcnt Committee; Louis liosenthal, Transjiorta- tioii Committee; Jack H. Wolstein, Chairinan of Ushers; aud Mri.. K. J. Schanfarbcr, Chairman of Ladies Enter¬ tainment^ ^j^«_^^ J n. Jashenosky last Snntlay I. B. JASHENOSKY TALKS TO, JR. HADASSAH WHX ELECT BRYDEN ROAD SABBATH j NEW OFFICERS SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPILS " I'llcc'tioTi of ^)flicer^ will take place al The children of the Bryden Road Sab- | tiic Apiil meeting of Junii)r Hadassah, bath School enjoyed a short talk on thej to jjc held Sunday at ;i p in. at the Neil House. Misi. Rove l*-inkclstein is chair man of tlu' nnminating committee, of which the following an- luenihers: Miss Ro'sc (ireenstein. Miss b'va Wohiuiii, Miss Zchla Nacdimen, Miss Claire Neu¬ stadt. Miss Lillian Danziger. and Miss Helen Schwartz. A lunelty skit. "We did it — and Htiw." \\rilteu by Miss Rose Dan/iger aud Miss Durothj l-'uikelsteui, will be prcsfiited. Crjinpletc rcp^rls will be giv¬ en bv chairmen of the ha/aar couiniittccs. .Kabbi I pioriiing I ' Rabbi Jashenosky Imrried from his regular Sunday uioniing services at the Ohio State Penitentiary lu give his talk al the assembly; ho pnitilcd out that uuist (|f the prisoners he has contact with feel that they would not have done wrung, liad they had the proper early rcligitms raining. The children shtiwed that they appre- •iatcd and enjoyed his talk by according litn Ihe strictest attention and loiip; ap- jldausc. Columhus hospitality-w4tt-^ the period of the con¬ vention. The entire community will co¬ operate ill order to bring this great event til a succcs'jful consummation. Such nicii as Alfred M. Cohen, Leon¬ ard H. Freiberg, Michael Sharlitt, Sid¬ ney G. Kusworm. Louis J. Bornstein, Ben M. Achleiiherg, Dr. Boris D. Bogen, Alfred A. Benesch, all big leaders in B'nai B'rith work arc expected at the Convention. This witl give local folk an opportMuity to meet these celebrities and hear them discuss the problems of I. O. B. B. LARGE TURNOUT IS EX¬ PECTED AT "GOOD WILL DINNER" ) A large turnout of Jews. [Catholics and Protestants is expected at the third an¬ nual "Goodwill Dinner" which takes place April 19th at the Southern Hotel. The speakers of the eve¬ ning will be Rabbi Jacob Tarshish, Mr. John A. Connor, and Dr. Peter Ains¬ lie of Baltimore. You will eternally regret it, if you fail to attend this alTair. MOTHERS' CLUB SPONSORS MEETING AND CARD PARTY APRIL 17TH How ahdtii holding hands with the lucky partner on April 17th, at 7 'M p. in., when the Mothers' Club Card Party will he held for members and their friends at the Schonthal Ounniunity House? Preceding ihe card party a short business meeting will be in session. It is important that each member be pres¬ ent. At this decision a program will be presented which is being arranged by a special committee. Refreshments will be scrvcd- The Chronicle will appreciate it if you will -pav your 1928 sub¬ scription, now $3.00 per year. Two Noted Leaders Discuss Palestine TUNE IN ON RABBI TAR¬ SHISH'S BROADCASTING PROGRAM TOMORROW Rubbi Tarshish's radio fier- in[>n tomorrow (Sunday) will bo "IIuw Much Money Ih Enough?" The Hurviccu every Sunday niorninjir are broadcast over WAIU, 282.8 meters or 1060. kilocycles, from 10:45 until 12 o'doclc. Please .write Rabbi Tarshish, cafe Bryden lioad Temple, as to how you have en^ joyed the broadcasting. Au especially arranged musi¬ cal proftram wiil also be broad¬ cast. Don't fail to tune in at 10:45 a. ni. ¦¦f " ,"v '<*=? ^'^r "i" 'f''i-i /.: ¦rS. 'S", '¦*•' '- -.1,- fl iff, -•'¦.. ,' • ', •- ,',t ; „ " - ' i i . !¦ >.yt s is-> it a ¦<'' 1^ ¦s' "r'', *-,'¦ -'5.^- ><¦ "... s ts-s --.^'j.. Hillel Foundation Choral Club to Entertain Mass Meeting On April 23rd Bi>>: Affair Arranged by The Co¬ lumbus Zionist District Will Take Place at South¬ ern Hotel 'riie mass meeting lo be held at the Southern Hotel Winter Garden on Mon¬ day, April 2'lril. at K u'cluck p. tn., will be Ihc third tif its kind this season in the city of Columbus. The primary pur¬ pose of these meetings is lo eiilipliten the public with ihe principles, purposes and accomplishments of thc Zionist move- ment. Much interest has been shown by Coluinbus Jewry in the forthconung meeting, and all indication-, point to a capjK-ity audience which will he addressed by Ittamar Ben Avi. an internationally known Palestinian, journalist aud orator. To .idd t<) the enjoyment and cuter- laiiunent of the occasion, the Hillel Choral Club, cimsistiiig nf about Ihirty- livi.- ><>ung men aud women attending the Ohio' State Univetsity, wiil render se\- erat selections appropriate to the occdsitm. Mr. Samuel K. Goldman is the director of thc club. This singing societ> has attracted a greal ileal of attention by reason of the high cpiality of their rendi¬ tions and exrcllence of performance*. .\rraiigemeiits are also heing made to se¬ cure a prominent violinist to perfect the nmsical program, Itt.imar Hen Avi, smi uf EHe/cr Rcii jchuda, is nnc of thc foremost Hchrcw publicists in the world. A native of Palestine, he received his early educa¬ tion in the Holy Land and later in thc universities of Paris and Uerlin. He is at the present time editor of the Doar Ilayoam, the Hebrew daily paper of Jcriisaleni, and is also the editor of the Palestine Weekly, an English paper. During the World War, Mr. Ben Avi was twice senteticed to jail for a period of several months for having conducted pro-allied political activities in Palestine and was later condeniued to death but managed to escape a few hours before the time set for the execution. Mr. Ben .\vi came tu Anierica then in the interest of the Zionist movement and was invited to address thc Conference of Minority Rights held in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, under the leadership of l*reb:deiit Maszaryk of Czecho Slo¬ vakia, The following year, Mr. Ben Avi accompanfed the Zionist delegation to thc Peace Conference in Versailles. In Palestine ht^ Is an active niember of the Jewish Assembly and has participated iu every enterprise for the establishineiit of the Jewish Homeland. Mr. Ben Avi's latest endeavor is thc Latuii^ntion of the Hebrew alphabet, in which work he is supported by Vladimir Jabotinsky ami the Hebrew poet, Jacob Cohen. At the present time, he is de- viitlng his time to the interest of the Bnai Benjamin and is cooperating witli the Zionist Organization in its work. A powerful orator, in Knglish and Uobrew, u brilljaHt publicist, Mr. Ben .Avi has made a profound Impression on the nu¬ merous audiences which he has addressed in America. The complete musical program as well as olher details will appear in next week's CiTKONJcr.K. Nationad Jewish Boy Scout Committee Is Organized In New York Will Promote the Formation and Administration of Scout Troops in Synagogues C0MMITTEe"wAS INITIATED BY MORTIMER L. SCHIFF XFAV YORK.—With Dr. Cyrus Ad- kr. President of Dropsie College of Phil¬ adelphia and Acting President of the Jtwish Theological Semiiiiiry in New Yijrk C ity as Chairman, a Xational Jew¬ ish Bny Sccut Committee has been r>r- q.mired, according to an announcement fnnu thf Valinnal OfTices of thc Roy Sctmt^ of .America. 'J he aim of the Jewish Committee on Scouting will be to prdinote the formation and administration (if Scmil Troops in Synagogues, Jewish (Viilres and ol her JcwisJi Institutions, .nid to stimuhiTe community interest in Scouting aiiicng Jewish hoys. Initiated By Mr. SchilT 'I lie Jewish Coniinittec on Scouting was iiu'liated by Mtirtimer L. SchilT, New York financier and philanthropist, who is •d-^o the hitcrnational Scout Cominis- sinncr, an<l Vice President of the Boy Scouts (if America. The oOficers of thc Jewish Committee on Scouting as choseu by thc C(mimittee, are: Chairman, Dr, Cyrus Adler; Treasurer, Judge Edgar .\ Laiicr, of Xcw York City; Secretary, Mr. Harry 1,. Glucksman, of the Jewish Welfare Hoard; and Vice-Chairman, Rahhi Israel Goldstein, of the Yonng People's I.^agiie of the United Syna¬ gogue of America; Dr. deSola Pool, of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre¬ gations aud Dr. Ale-xander Lyons of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. A pamphlet, "Scouting for tlie Jewish Boy", has been prepared for the use of Jewish Scouts, and to interest people of the Jewish faith In Scouting. It will he the purpcise of thc Jewish Committee on Scouting to keep in touch with all Scouting work among Jewish boys MK. LOUIS B. MAYER MR. LOUIS LIPSKY This photo shows Louis B, Mayer, of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture Corp., and Louis Lipsky, President of the Zion¬ ist Organization of America, The leader of the film industry was discuss¬ ing with Mr. Lipsky the work that has been accomplished by the Jewish people toward the rebuilding qf Palestine. Mr. Mayer, .who acted as Mr. Lipsky's host during the latter's visit to the Pacific Coast on behalf of the United Palestine Appeal, is himself a generous contributor to the Appeal. HADASSAH MEETING TUES DAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 17 The regular raecliiif; of the Columbus Chapter o£ Hadassah will be held on. Tuesday' afteriiooii, April I7th, at 3 o'clock, at the Hebrew School. Mrs. Hlma' E. Levinger will review and discuss "The Life of Heril," (The man who gave us Palestine), by Jacub De Haas. - A musical program witl follow, after which the nominating conuniteec will render its report. Tlie Board of Directors will meet at tlte'Hebrew School at 1 o'clock preced¬ ing the regular meeting. IVREEYOH CARD PARTY NEXT WEDNESDAY AT THE DESHLER Thc Ivreeyoh Society is spon- Roring a Card Party, We<lncsday afternoon, April iSth, in tho Deshler ballroom. The various committees for this alTair have worked hard to make this one of the most successful events of the season. Prizes will be given to each tabic. If you have not as yet made your reservations, please do so at once by calling Mrs. Robert W. SchilT, WA. 9633, Mrs. Samuel Brief, WA. 9544, or Mrs. B. E. Tushbant, FR. 588l>. Don't fail td be there, as a most enjoyable afternoon is promised. Thc proceeds of this alTair will go towards the Co¬ lumbus Hebrew School. l»on't forget the day. Next Wednesday afternoon—at two o'clock—at the Dcshler-Wallick Hotel. Tickets ROc each, or $2.00 per table. thriiughout the United States. They will have records ot all Jewish Scout leaders and members of local councils and scout committees and a file of all Scout Troops in Jewish Institution?. The serv¬ ice of the Jewish Conimittee on Scouting througli its constituent societies will con¬ sist of supplying information regarding the formation of troops and the promo¬ tion nf plans for recruiting Scout-mas¬ ters ; the establishing of contact with of- ficial.s of (he Boy Scouts of America; and ill forming u( local organizations in thc aims and program of Scout work. The Jewish Committee The Jewish Comniittce on Scouting is as follows: Central Conference of .\niericaii Kabbis; represented by Presi¬ dent, Dr. Louis Wolsey of the Temple Kodcpli Shalom of Philadelphia, l^a., K.ihbi .'Mexandcr Lyons, Chairman, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Rabbi Abraham Rhine, of Hoi Springs, National Park, Ark. and Rabbi Jack H. Skirball, of Evansville, Ind. The Rabbinical Assembly of the Jewish Theological Seminary, has as its repreaentatives: I'resideijt, Rabbi Max Drob of Philadelphia, Rabbi J, B. Gross¬ man of Flushing, N. Y., Rabbi Jacob Bos¬ niak, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Rabbi Ren- men Kaufman of Brooklyn, N. Y. The Jewish Welfare Board is represented by its President, Judge Irving Lehman of New York City, Major Julius Ochs .Adler of thc New York Times, New York City, Leon J. Ohcrmaycr of Philadelphia, Pa. and Harry GlucksiUan of the Jewish. Welfare Board, New York City. . Tho. National Association of Jewish Com¬ munity Center Secretaries is represented by Mr. Tobias Roth, Executive Secre- iContimieti on i^utje ti) WE ARE SURE YOU WILL BE PRESENT AT THE LONG-HERALDED SPRING FETE AT THE PROGRESS CLUB, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17 WE ARE SURE YOU WILL BE PRESENT AT THE LONG-HE 1'ii.rf ",-' m^ -¦ '¦¦.-.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1928-04-13|
|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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