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.1 CeiKi ,1/ O/iio'j . Only Jeivish Newspaper Reaching Eilcry Home A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Devoted to American and Jevfish ideaJs VOI..UME XVI—No. 18 COLUMBUS, OHIO, MAY 26, 1933 Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc Mrs. Frank Nusbaum^ Chair¬ man Infants'Home Board, Issues Annual Report Beatrice T. Martus Returns To Direct Camp Schonthal Again, greetings to the State Board of Trustees of the Jewish Infants' Home of Ohio from tbe Local Board of Di¬ rectors. Honorable President, ofiicers and members of the State Board: The chair¬ man of the local board begs leave to- prt'sent the following report from May 1, \m2 to May 7, 1933: The Jewish Infants' liome of Ohio has completed IB years service. In that time 184 chil¬ dren have heen cared for. Some entered at the age of two weeks, and have re- niriiiicd throughout the entire five years. At present there arc eleven children, ranging from C months to 5 years, who have spent their entire lives here. Ten have been taken for adoption, and all have marvelous homes. In our estima¬ tion this fact alone justifies our exist¬ ence. . ' Our happy little family,, consisting of 17 children, did not es<:ai>e the prevail¬ ing epidemic of flu this winter. In De¬ cember the entire 17 were ill and in bed at the same time. Our health problems have been many and varied. One child was takeii to the O, S. U; clinic and I fitted with corrective braces for his legs, Anothtt-i who had marked tubercular tendencies, was entered, through your State President's efforts and influence, in the Nightingale Cottage, a prevento¬ rium which has the distinction;of being the only one of its kind in the state. All of our children have been taken to the Ohio Bureau of Juvenile Research and to the Ohio State University for mental tests. We have a yery capable medical ^rtafF. The children at^e.jcarefiilly watched ;|Dy them. Teeth are taken care of as / well as eyes, ears; adenoids and tonsils. We have two very decided innova¬ tions—music lessons given to five chil¬ dren twice a. week by a very fine Jew¬ ish musacian; and a recently-formed ¦ Junior Board, consisting of 25 young Jewish women who intend making recreation and play ground their spe¬ cialty. Our State President is ever alert seeking financial support from the 12 contributing cities. Nevertheless, our income has heen decidedly cut. We are operating along lines of .stringent econ¬ omy, bordering nearer parsimony. We are very thankful for the splciidid donations - we have received from the Needlework Guild of Columbus; for the group donations of. clothing from Day¬ ton, Akron,' . Hamilton, Middletown, Youngstown, Toledo and Zanesville. Also for the many individual contribu¬ tions. The children have had numerous treats. It is very gratifying to know how very popular our kiddies are, and how many visitors are deeply interested in them. The officers, chairmen and members of committees of the local hoard are func¬ tioning as heretofore; eacli excelling in her particular duty. With very best wishes for the coming year and many thanks for your kind coop c ratten. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Frank Nusbaum, Chairman of the Local Board of J, I. PL Rabbi Zelizer Announces His Shabuotb Sennon for Tuesday, May 30 Shabuoth Services will he conducted at the East Broad Street Temple. Tuesday evening. May mh at 8 P. M.; Wednes-t tUiy at 9 A. M. and 8 P. M. Memorial Services will bc held Thur.iday, June 1, 10 A. M. when Rabbi Niithan Zelizer will speak on ''The Meaning of the Ten Commandments In Modern Life." On Thursday evening, the teachers and the confirniands of the congregation will be given a Shabijoth party at the Temple, sponsore<l by the sisterhood and by the . mothers of the confinnanda! A fine musical program has been arranged tor tlnit occasion. For the fourth consecutive season, Miss Beatrice T'.''Martus, of New York City, will assume tlie position of Camp Directress, as annodnced by the Execu¬ tive Director, Miss Rose Sugarman. Miss Martus has had tune years of camp ex¬ perience, having been associated with 'Camp Schoharie, Hunter, New York; Camp Wacona, Pittsficld, Mass.; Camp Vacainas, Whitcport, N. Y.; Camp Emoh, Alfred, Maine; and has had ex¬ tensive experience with work with boys and girls of all ages. This season of Camp Schonthal opens on June 25th and closes on August 25th. The first four weeks are devoted to girls' activities and the last five weeks to-the boys. Miss Rose Stetehnan, graduate of Ohio State University, has been connected with the Camp since its initial season. ' Miss Stetehnan is returning this season in the capacity of Head Counsellor. She has scheduled an extensile program of ac¬ tivities with the. following counsellors, who are specialists in their line: Miss Ruth Robbins, graduate of Ohio State University, licensed Red Cross Life Saver, will again supervise swimming; Miss Evelyn Ginsburg, Cincinnati, who is also a Life Saver, will assist in direc¬ tion of Swimming; Miss Rose Schalit, graduate of Ohio State University, and Miss Gladys Rogalsky, Pittsburgh, will direct handcraft and arts department; Misses Sally Sigel and Esther Rein, Cleveland, will coach the dramatic efforts of the campers. Successful operettas, plays and tiblical productions have been present6d under the dii-ection of these coun'^ellors in nrevinns .seasons. :Thc Misses Lois. Sternberg arid Ruth Foster of Cincinnati are in cliarge of athletic program; Miss 'Alice Silverman, of Cleveland, will supervise junior activities Miss Rody Franklin, who attends Ohio State University, will be in charge of the dancing classes; Miss Nancy Rose, Cleveland, will teach tennis. Miss Rose Saunders of Cincinnati, will instruct row¬ ing; Miss Estelle Weiner of Pittsburgh will assume office duties. Now is the time tb enroll children for a beneficial and pleasant vacation at Camp Schonthal. Miss Ann T. Gold¬ berg, registration clerk, will furnish any information you may wish regarding camp and accept camp enrollments. The ofiice, 555 East Rich Street, is open from DA. M. to 5 P, M. daily except Satur¬ day. O.S.U. Hillel Debating Team Defeats Butler Before Local B'nai B'rith The Ohio State Hillel debating team won the decision over tlie Butler Uni¬ versity Avukah team before the Zion Lodge No. 02, B'nai B'rith meeting held last Monday evening at the East Broad Street Temple. The logic and argu¬ ments on both sides were excellently presented nnd the large audience present had a most instructive evening upon a very timely discussed subject. Tihe judges were Rabbi Solomon RivHn, Harry Kohn, and Prof. Theodore N. Beckman. Plans arc now being arranged for a large picnic to be held soon at one of the large parks. Delegates to the Dis¬ trict Convention to be held at South Bend, Indiana, were designated so that Zion Lodge will bc well represented. The degree team may be given the in¬ vitation to conduct the initiation cxcr- cisies. Word of confirmation is still be¬ ing awaited from District officials. Confirmation Services at Schonthal Center June 4 Announce W. A. I. U- Pro¬ grams For "Save the Children Fund" Several radio programs to be broad¬ cast over WAIU have he.cn arranged by Mrs. B. W. Abramson on behalf of the Save The Children Fund," an interna¬ tional organization working for the health, and wcHarc of children. The following will broadcast,, from 12 noon to 12:2p starting Tuesday, May yOth: Tuesday, May 30th, the pre-school piano pupils of Mrs. B. W. Abramson; Wednesday, May 31st, Lillian and Eve¬ lyn Levin; Thursday, June 1st, piano pro¬ gram by Mrs. B. W. Abramson; Friday, June 2nd, Miss Birdie Bonia, pianist and dramatic reader; Saturday, June 3rd, Mr- Sidney Pollock and Miss Ruth Elea.- nor Stem. Mrs. Newman Roseberry, 3069 Neil avenue, presented a program of chiL dren's songs over the same station Thurs¬ day noon for the same interest. Cols. Chapter Hadassah Will Give Garden Party June 7 at Broad-Lincoln Local A. Z. A/s Complete Plans for Annual Prom at Neil House Sunday Coiifirmation Services of the Schon¬ thal Religious School will be held on Sunday, June 4th at 9:30 A. M. with Rabbi Samuel Gup officiating. The musical program will be presented by Miss Ruth Eleanor Stern, pianist and member of the Women's Music Club Mr. Sidney Pollock, violinist and Miss Reva Zuravsky, vocalist, both niembers of the Schonthal Religious School Staff. A reception for tlie Confirmands and their parents and friends will be held at the Center on the afternoon of June 4th, from 2 to 5 P. M. Further details will be given in next week's edition of the Chronicle. Agudath Achim Religious School Confirmation June 4 Pi Epsilon Phi Benefit Bridge Wednesday, June 7 . A benefit bridge, sponsored by the Pi Epsilon Phi sorority, will be held Wed¬ nesday, June 7, at 8 p. m. at the City Ice and Fuel Co," Hall, 211 South High Street. Miss Eleanor Rosenthal, 4^15 S. Ohio avenue, is in charge of the arrange¬ ments. Valuable door prizes, donated by various merchants of the city, are to be a feature of the party. Thei-e will also be a prize for each table. Refreshments will be served. The proceeds realized from this afifair will be donated to sev¬ eral worthy organizations. Assisting Miss Rosenthal with the ar¬ rangements arc Miss Rose Cohen, Miss Florence Garek and Miss Bert Hemmel¬ stein. The Agudath Achini Religious School cordially invites the people of Cohimbus to the confirmation of the following young boys and girls, which will take place at the Synagogue, on Sunday af¬ ternoon, June 4, at SiSi) p. m.: Jeanette Davis, 382 Sfoddart avenue; Miriam Greenberg, 890 S. 22nd street; Rhea Grinker, 907 S. 22iid street; Ida Gnssa- colT, 505 Lehman street; Dorothy Krak¬ off, 138 Wilson avenue; Jcanette Levi¬ son, lOlC Bryden Road; Rosalie Mell¬ man, 532 Carpenter street; Sarah Rosen¬ berg, 476 Liiiwriod avenue; Irving M. Silverman, 709 E. Kossuth street; Abe Thall, !>15 E. Fulton street; Harry A. Topolosky. 7^3 S. iSth street. Miss Cecelia H. Knikoff, a mcmher of the faculty, is in charge of the confirma¬ tion. The confirmation exercises will be fol¬ lowed by a reception to which all rela¬ tives and friends are invited. Swiss Resent the Swastika GENEVA —Possibility of a Brown Shirt ban in Switzerland was indicated here by the Minister of Justice. At¬ tempts made to introduce foreign politi¬ cal uniforms into Switzerland are such as to justify apprehension, he declared. Newly Formed Organization To Meet Sunday at 2 P. M. Mrs. Jacob Schotten.stein, 838 Bryden road, president of the newly formed women's organization, "Thaarcs Hamis- pocali Society," announces that there will be an important meeting of all the ofiicers and membersi of this groUp'this ¦ Sunday at 3 P, M., a); the -Agudath Achim Cong., Cor. Washington and Donaldson Sts, Everyone is urged to attend. A. Z. A. announces the signing of Charlie LaPlace and his T3-piecc Royal Club N. B. C. Orchestra for its annual May Prom, to bc held. Sunday evening at the Neil House. l.aPlace, who last Saturday rounded out a week's run at Valley Dale, will feature Bobby AHen, well-known vocalist. Through the courtesy of Tom Sahrey, genial manager of the Neil House, the entire mezzanine foyer will be roped off and the windows thrown open for con¬ venience of the dancers, thus eliminating the pass-out" check imisance. In addition to offering one of the ace bands in Ohig, A. Z. A. also has sched ulcd a snappy, diversified flooir show, to be given at the intermission. Tickets are now on sale for the dance, and may be obtained from any member of A. Z. A, A special invitation is accorded, to mem¬ bers of Jewish campus organizations and fraternities. With brisk out-of-towrt ticket sales being recorded by members of the dance committee, large delegations arc expected from Dayton - and other central Ohio communities. Miss Rose Cohen, 76-2 Vernon Road, and Miss Sylvia Radus, Dayton, will be queen and maid of honor, respectively, of the dance, and will be introduced from the floor, A feature of the ticket sales campaign has been a division of the club into two teams, headed by Morris Garek and Ben Gcrtner. One of the contest prizes is a courtesy hanipiet to be tendered the winning team and captain by niembers 0 f tlie dance committee following the dance. The winning captain will, also he introduced on the evening of the Prom. I To supplement the quota of the Ha- jassah Medical organization, the Colum¬ bus Chapter of Hadassah, under the leadership of Mrs. Jule Mark, 751 S. Remington road, will give a roof garden party on June Gth at 8 P. M. at the Broad-Lincoln Hotel. Your ticket will entitle you to a number of choice at¬ tractions such as dancing, playing cards, as well as prizes and refreshments. Mrs. ¦ Marks is being assited by Mrs. Albert Schiff, 238D Bryden road, and Miss Rose Sugarman of the Broad-Lincoln Hotel. The Columbus Chapter as well as other chapters of National Hadassah is dioos- ing to give this summer affair to fill the need caused by the recent bank situ¬ ation in which chapters of Hadassah as well as individuals suffered. A budget was accepted by delegates to the Na¬ tional convention, and Mrs. Jule Marks is taking the responsibility of filling that quota for the Columbus chapter. The tea meeting which was held last Tuesday at Lazarus Tea -roonii was at¬ tended by 200 women. Mrs. Herman Lieverman president, and at this time presented her annual report. Mrs. B. W. Abramson acted as master of Ceremonies, introducing the guests on the afternoon's entertainment program. The Hadassah Choral club rendered three numbers. Mrs. Estetle Fisher Roseberry, assisted by a group of children, sang bed-time stories very realistically. Little. May Gregorie and Herman Silverman added much to tiie pleasure of the guests. A skit entitled, "Hadassah Husbands" was very cleverly presented by Mrs. Lester Thall and Mrs. Bernard Feitlinger. An invitation is extended to every member of Hadassah as well as norir- members, to bc present at the Roof Gar¬ den party at the " Btfcad-LihcolnHotel on Tuesday evening, June 6. A most pleasurable evening Js in store for all. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Jule Mark, Mrs. Albert Schiff, or Mrs. Herman Lieverman. DEMOLAY INSTALLS The Hirsch Kobacker Chapter Order of, DeMolay held installation of officers Thursday, May 25th, at the Schonthal Center., Sidney Wasserstrom was in¬ stalled as Master Councillor, succeeding Eli F..evison. Jack Moss and Harold Korn were installed as Senior and Junior Councillor, respectively. The\*ceremony was conducted by menibers of the East- gate Lodge. American Legion to Conduct Memorial Services at Jewish Cemetery Memorial Day services in honor of the dead ex-soldiers and navy men of the World War vvill be held at the Jewish Cemetery under the auspices of the American Legion. The following com¬ mittee members have charge of arrange¬ ments: Joseph Dldsky, Chairman; Harry Goldberg, M, Weisskerz and Sam Lich¬ tenstein. ' Kabbi Lee J. Levinger, past national chaplain of the Amcricnn Legion, will speak' ^on *'The Jewish Soldier," Serv¬ ices will be conducted by Allan Tarsh¬ ish, a world war veteran, with the as¬ sistance of Rabbis Mordecai Hirsch¬ sprung, I Werne, Leopold Greenwald and Nathan Zelizer. A firing squad from Fort Hayes will render the honor salute. The entire Jewish community is urged Bryden Road Temple To Confirm Largest Class In History Sunday The largest confirmation class in the Iiistory of the Temple, nmiiljering twenty- one, will be confirmed .this Sunday morn¬ ing.' The service will begin at 10:00 a. m. f>roml>tly. The members arc , requested to be in their places before 10:00 o'clock, in order that the dignity and the holiness of the service may be enhanced. The doors of the Temple.will be closed at 10:20, and no one will be permitted to enter the main floor after that time. The children of the School may come, provided they will be accompanied by their parents or elders; in fact, parents are urged to bring them. The confirmands will meet with the Rabbi in their regular classroom previous to the service at 9:45 a. m., for a brief devotional exorcise. It will be an occa¬ sion of soul searching and personal preparation for their acceptance into the fellowship of Israel, INFANl'S* HOME OP OHIO The Springfield section of the Council of Jewish Juniors donated ouq dozen hean bags. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Zipser, and daughter Eileen, entertained the kid-1 to attend to pay proper respects upon dies with a party, ride and toys, in honor [this occasion. Similar services will be of the 12lh birthday of their son, Buddy, lield by Catholics and Protestants in the Agudath Achim Sisterhood To Hold Important Meeting The board, of directors of the Agudath Achim Sisterhood will hold a very im¬ portant meeting on Monday evening, May 29th, at the Agudath Achim Con¬ gregation, at which time plans will be completed for the final luncheon meeting which ia scheduled for June 13th. On Tuesday, June 20th, the Sisterhood will sponsor a card partv which will be held at the City Ice and Fuel Co.'a hall. The annual picnic will take place on f^ ¦:.'<¦:¦. '*>*-•' Mr.s. .Snl Loeb gave the children a treat, various cemeteries tliroughout the city. Sunday, August fith, at Olentangy P^rk.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1933-05-26|
|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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