Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1933-04-21, page 01
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Ccli(ra( OAio'j 0)](jr /oc'wA Newspaper iitadting Etiery Home A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME Devoted io American and Jewish Ideals \'0!,UME XVI—No. 13 COLUMBUS, OHIO, APRIL 2r, KJ33 J:*er Year $3.00; Per Copy loc Kabbi Brickner of Cleveland To Address 0. S. U. Inter- ] Racial Council Apr. 27 |iiiuial Hanquct* to be Held at Ohio . Union on Campus, is Open to Public ' Rablii Ijuriiett R. Bricker of Euclid Avtiiuc Temple, Cleveland, is coming to Cciluinlius on A[)ril 27tlir to speak at the annual baiiiiuct of the Inter-Racial Council of Ohio State University. The biiKjutt will be Iield at the Ohio Union oil the campus ajid is to begin at fi :30 p ni The topic of Rabhi Briclcner has been announced as: "M iiiority Groups in the Changing World.!' The Inter - Racial Council is an organi¬ zation of long stand¬ ing on the campus, the aim of which is to 'itrtuJkDer fostcr better relations iwlwcen the minority and majority Hroujis represented in the University, lis membcrsliip is of delegates from the ^;irioiis denominations, Cliristian a.sso- niilioii.s. the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda¬ tion, various social aiid other organiza- 'jiiiis involved in the problems of accom- ,:oi[ation along lines of.race, nationality, ; ligioii, 'I'he banquet is a climax of ils ¦irly activities. Kalibi Brickner, well known as ai nifur and a radio speaker of great pop larity iu Cleveland, is a graduate of j'diiimbia University and of several lililiiuical schools. He looks back upon i long and splendid record of achicve- iiKiit ill the fields of Jewish education .Hid social service work, especially dur mii tlie War, when he was director of tilt Training School and the Personnel Division of the Jewish Welfare Board of llie United States Army and Navy. Ill \\yi\) he accepted, the rabbinate of I [fily Blossom Congregation in Toronto, Canada. In his five years' stay there .mioiig other thing.s he is credited with llie iihenonienal success of inducing the Ciiiiadiaii government to permit entry of ivt thousand Jewish refugees of religions l-er.-recution in Roumania and elsewhere 111 tlie Balkans. In Cleveland, Rabbi i!rii:kner has become a civic leader of the inmmuiiity. Besides serving on various (liilaixthropic organizations and doing ' (liicational work, he is the elected im- [Kirlial arbiter of the notoriously gang-i ¦itir ridden dry-cleaning industry of the ¦ity. settling labor disputes with great .iicicss. On the radio where he hroad- riisti every Sunday, his presentations of ^rtat beauty of expression and oratorical ifine, his lucidity, and the fearle;ss and \'if!<irons staiid he takes on all issues, liavii attracted to hini countless thou- siimla of listeners. The guests' at the ljniii|uet will surely have a treat in hear- \w% him. IVice of the mealis only 3') cents per litr>nn. ICvcryone is welcome. NOTES FROM THE JEWISH INFANTS* HOME OF OHIO Coutribntions were received last week from the following: Dr, and Mrs. i3. J. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs., Julius C. Feibel, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Yassenoff, iu memory of Mrs. Otto Nusbaum; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Yassenoft, in memory of Mr.s. Isaac Roscntlial, and Mrs. Minnie Grecnstein. Leon and Helena Goodman presented the children with colored chfcks. A live bunny was given to the kiddies by Mrs. S. M. Levy. Dr. and Mrs. Zipser and childreui Mrs. Sam Meisner, and Mrs. Walter Franc individually gave the children i. lovely treat. The officers and iioard members are very grateful to the above donors. Visitors are always wel¬ come. Ezras Noshim Society Con¬ tinues Its Work Among, the Needy of Columbus It is interesting to learn that the Ez-" ras Noshim Society, which has been in existence for the past thirty-five years, still continues to do splendid work car¬ ing for needy Jewish families. Due to the present conditions, the Ezras Noshim Society was forced to call npon the co¬ operation of the local Jewisli organiza¬ tions in order to give the proper sup¬ port to their many cases for. Passover. The organizations who made contribu¬ tions are as follows: Pioneers Organi zation,5!5; Rebecca Home Lodge, $5; Ahavas Sholem Sisterhood, $5; A. . Z. A., ^i; Hachnosis Orchim, !j;10; Ha¬ dassah, ^\ii\ Jr. Hadassah, %b\ Hadassah Eu<ls, $5; Maccabees, $-5; Beth Jacob Sisterhood, S^5j Corporation, ¦'jy.rii)'; Ladies' Free Loaii, $10; Agudath Achim Sisterhood, $5; Voliner Society, $10; Jewish Friendship League, $5; Mizrachi, :?'"i; Tifcreth Israel SisterhootI, $iy. Mr. A. Goldberg, (»J7 LinwpotI avenue, got up a collection from friends to tlie amount of $04.25. At a recent meeting of the Ezras Noshim members .con¬ tributed to the anioinit, of $(). Con¬ tributions of Matzo were also received from Mr. Shectcr, agent for Kaufman Matzos, and Mr. Luper from Manische¬ witz Matzo Co., 100 pounds each. Mr. Sol Katz donated 50 p;Ounds of matzo. This Society in cooperation with Miss Rose Sugarman, director of the Schon¬ thal Community House, provided for 39 families. Every Passover, they serve a Seder dinner for the Jewish inmates of Ohio State Penitentiary. The amount of $241 was spent providing the families with Passover needs; Mrs. A. Goldberg, (i47 Linwood Ave., is ¦ president of the Ezras Noshim So¬ ciety, Y. M. H. A. Jr. Minstrel Show To Be Presented At Broad Street Temple The Y. M. II. A. Jr.'s Minstrel Show will he presented at the East Broad Street Teini)le, tomorrow evening (Sun- riay) under the auspices of the Tifereth jsracl Sisterhood. Tickets dated April JClh will be honored. A huge atteiid- uicc Is expecte<l judging from the sale ,f ilckets. Those who did not have an liimrtunity to attend the first minstrel OU' given at the Schonthal Comnumity me recently, will have a rare treat tore for them. Tickets at 2rn; can be ^^ned from any member of the SiS' ' lod, or at the door on the evening ' iwrformance. .jieinber~tbe Minstrel Show is to be .^Sunday, April 33rd, at the East :i Street Temple, at 8 ]», m. "The Hebrew University In Palestine" Will Be Subject of Rabbi Zelizer l^abhi Nathan Zelizer will speak at the East Broad Street Temiile, -Friday, April L'8, at 8 !>. m., oii "The Hebrew Uni¬ versity in Palestine". The American Friends of the Hebrew University, hcadcil by Dr. A. S. W, Rosenbacli, have issued a call to Jewry to celebrate the eighth anniversary of the Hebrew Uni¬ versity . in Palestine. In cooperation with this project, Rabbi Zelizer has chosen this tliemc in which he will dis cuss fully the founding, the work and the influence of the Hebrew University on Jewisli and non Jewish life, Zion¬ ists and non-Zionists are cordially 111 vited to attend. This will be Rabbi Zelizer's last Fri¬ day evening sermon of the season, until Shabuoth and Confirmation Services. Services will, however, be held at the Temple every I'Viday evening at 8 p. m. sharp throughout the spring and sum¬ mer seasons as well as on Satunlay mornings as usual.' 1st Meeting of Youth Leader Conference To Be Held At Temple Sunday The iuitiid meeting of tlic Youth Leader Conference, which is to take place this Sunday at the B'ryden Road Tcm- [>lc, is the first attempt of its kiii<l in the state. Members from youth clubs con- necte<l with the various synagogues throughout the state will be in attend¬ ance at the conference at which the main theme \vill be "Yoiitli and the Synagogue." j Rahbi Samuel Gup, who is responsible) for this excellent meeting, will officiate 1 as chairman for the conference. Dr. Harry Comins, Director of Youth Activ- 1 ities of the Union of American Hebrcwj Congregations and the Central Con-l fereiice of American Rabbis; Rabbi Louis Witt, Dayton; Rabbi Victor, Reichert, Cinciiiuati; Rabid Lee Levin¬ ger, Hillel Foundation; Rahbi Milton M. Graf man, Hamilton, and Miss Leah Rosenthal, State Chairman on Youth Works, Ohio Federation of Temple Sis¬ terhoods, will attend as well as about 100 official delegates ,from the clubs. . "The Conference i.s an attempt for the youth and the synagogue to find an ade¬ quate aud satisfying relationship. It is hoped that, youth leadership will be de¬ veloped and that a |>crmanent organiza¬ tion will follow," says Rabbi Gup, "It is a chance for the youth and the syna¬ gogue to satisfactorily^ express them¬ selves." The afternoon session, which is from '2:30 p. m, to 5:30 p. m., is open to the delegates and members of the Youth Temple and Young People's Temple League. A welcome will be extended by Mrs. Williani A, Hersh, President of the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood. Mii^s Leah Rosenthal will give the opening address and will be followed by Rabbi Gup, who will ad<lress the conference on "Youth and the Synagogue." These papers will then be presented by the various delegates; "What Can the Synagogue Dd For Youth?", "What Can Youth Do Fof the Synagogue?", "The Needs of American Jewish Youth", "Shall Wc Encourage Separate Youth Services For Young People?", "The Value of Young People's Organiza¬ tions." A summary of the papers will be given by Rabbi Witt and Rabbi Levinger. A round table discussion on "Pro¬ grams for Youth Clubs" will be led. by Rabbi Graf man. The Bryden Road Sisterhood, hostesses for the Con¬ ference, will .-ierve a buffet supper from 5:30 p. m. to 7:00 p. m.* A cordial invitation is extended to all the Jewish youth of the city and the Jewish students of Ohio State Uni¬ versity to attend the open evening ses¬ sion. Dr. Reichert will s])eak on "Youth and the Synagogue," and a general dis cussion will follow. The Hillel Founda tion Choir will sing. Miss Katherine Goodman of the Y0U1115 People's Temple League, will speak ori "Shall We Encourage Separate Youth Services for Young People ?", and Stephen Hofmayer, of the Youth Temple will address the Conference on "What Can the Synagogue Do For Youth?" at the afternoon session. The Young People's League's official delegates are: Miss Katherine Good¬ man, Miss Dorothy, Wolff, Sidney L. Basch, Samuel Summers, Jr., and Mark D. Feinknopf. The official delegates of the Youth Temple are: Miss Jean Feibel, Miss Jean Arnold, Miss Louise Leh¬ mann, Jack Beiijamin, Stanley Jay and Stephen Hofmayer. Local Women To Hear Mrs. Arthur Brin, Nat'l Pres. of C. J, Wm May 2nd The Council of Jewish Women wdl hold its next regular meeting Tuesday, May -jliid. This meeting will lie in the form. of a' luncheon which will take place at tlie Winding Hollow City Cliib at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Arthur Brin, National President of the C. J. W., will be the guest speaker. She will have :in impfjrtant message, and it is hoped that each mem¬ ber will be present. All ad<litional. feature to he included iu the afternoon's program will be a display of sport clothing and haUdwork made by the members of the organiza¬ tion. , Mrs. Robert K. Levy will preside over the meeting. Ohio State Avukah to Debate Western Reserve May 7th At Southern Hotel Ohio State .'\vukah debate team will upliold the negative side of the subject, "Resolved, That Zionists Favor The Es¬ tablishment of a Legislative Council in Palestine at the World Zionist Con¬ gress," when they opi>ose the Cleveland Avukali chapter of Western Reserve on May 7 at the Southern Hotel. The local team, consisting of, Joseph Klein, Nathan Grundstein and Alex Gpldman, are already hard at work pre¬ paring to avenge the defeat handed them by the. Clcveianders a few weeks ago. The program for May 7 will be as follows; The debate will commence at 8 p. m. at the Southern Hotel and imme¬ diately afterward, abbut 10 p. m.', danc¬ ing will begin in the ballroom with a |K>pular orchestra furnishing the rhythm. Admission will be 2.'i cents per person. Plans for the affair were completed Thursday night at the Schonthal Center, when a cbminittee of Zionists and Avu¬ kah representatives met. The debate and dance,is being sponsored by the Colum¬ bus Zionist district aud many non-Zion¬ ist organizations have pledgijd their sup¬ port to this cultural and social il'iider- taking. Noniian Price, Avukah member, is general chairman of the affair and is in charge of ticket sales. He is being as¬ sisted by Aaron Levitus, Emanuel Slavin, Joseph Klein and Nathan Grund¬ stein. Helen Nutis is assisting Sol L. Auerbach in the publicity. DR. ABRAMSON TO TALK BEFORE LOCAL A, Z. A. Dr. B. W. Abramson, well-known local physician and Zionist, will be principal speaker at an open meeting of Aleph Zadik Alejih, junior order of B'n^i B'rith, Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the Schontlial Center. A. Z. A. extends a cordial invitation to members of B'nai B'rith and the Jew¬ ish public to attend. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. Charles Bender, newly-apiwintcd program com¬ mittee chairman, is supervising program details. B'nai B'rith to Initiate Large Class of Candidates Monday Evening Meeting Which is Open to All to bo Addressed by Rabbi Samuel Gup .'Vliout thirty c;nididatcs will bc iui- ¦ tiatcd ill Zion Lodge No. 02, of B''nai B'rith on Monday, April 24tli, at 8 p. m., at the Broad Street Temple,'^t was an¬ nounced by Harry Schwartz, president. Isadorc Garek, ciiairniau of the mem¬ bership campaign, has hccn very busy during the past few weeks, stimulating the iiiembcrship into renewed activity for additional candidates. The degree team^ which will, officiate next Monday night,- is composed of Allan Tarshish, chair¬ man; Sam Gurevitz, Louis Gertner, Abe .Wolman, Frank Bayer and Si Kahn. Rabbi Samuel Gtip of the . Bryden Road Temple will be the principal speaker at this meeting. The theme of his address will be: "Whither Judaism?" In the short time the Rabbi has been in Columbus, he has endeared himself in the hearts of his congregation by his zeal, enthusiasm and sincerity. This meeting on April 24lh is open to the entire Jewisli community. The initiation of this large class and the ad¬ dress of Rabbi Gup will make this one of the outstanding meetings of the year, Hachnosis Orchim to Meet The Hachnosis Orchim Society will hold its regular nieeting ou Monday, April 2-lth at the Agudath Achim Syna¬ gogue, Mrs. Mordecai Hirschsprung will address the members. All members as well as non-members are cordially in¬ vited. T. 1. Jr. Sisterhood Dance Postponed to Apiil 30th The officers of the Tifereth Israel Junior Sisterhood wish to announce /that the dance which they arc siwusoring was postfwned from April l(i, due to the Pass¬ over Holiday, to Sun<lay evening, April aotli. This dance will be held at the Fo'¬ castle. .'\dmission charge will be 40 cciits. All those who are interested in this affair may get iu touch with the chairman of this ;ilfair, 'Miss Dorothy Schiff at yOI Parsons Avtuue. Ladies* Free Loan Society to Meet Next Tuesday The Ladies' Free Loan Society will hold their regular meeting ou Tuesday, April 2rith, at 7 :30 ]>. m., in the social hall of the Agudath Achim Congrega¬ tion, Washington and Donaldson. Local Hadassah To Meet at the Southern Hotel Tues- day, April 25th The April meeting of the Columbus Chapter of Hadassali will be held on Tuesday, April 2.5lh, at 2 p. m., at the Southern Hotel, with Mrs. Herman Lieverman, 102r> Lockbourne Road, pre¬ siding. This meeting will be devoted to infant Welfare work, with the after¬ noon's progratn in charge of the Infant Welfare committee, Mrs. Harry Gilbert, chairman, and Mrs. A. Yenkin, co-cbair- man. Included on their committee are Mrs. Win. Schwartz, Mrs. J. K. Born¬ stein, Mrs. Leon Nason, Mrs, H. Rosen¬ thal, Mrs. Bi^n Grossman and Mrs. Louis Gertner, This committee Is interested in caring for the Infant Welfare sta¬ tion in Palestine, and also in the pre¬ natal and post-natal care of mothers and children. The meeting will be opened with a prayer by Mrs. Albert Luchs, 1058 Franklin .Avenue. Dr. A. Cowan will address the group on "Infant Care." Thelma Jane Thall, radio star, will en¬ tertain the niembers with several read¬ ings. RejKirts will be read by Miss Rose Sugarman, School Luncheon Chairman; and Mr-i. Robert Mellman, Chairman of Jewisli National Fund. At this time, Mrs. J. K. Bornstein, nominating com¬ mittee chairman, will present the fol¬ lowing names for election in May: President, Mrs. Herman Lieverman; 1st vice-president, Mrs. J ustin L. Sillman; 2d vice:-'prcsideiit, Mrs. Allan Tarshish; financial secretary, Mrs. J. Friedman; recording secretary, Mrs. Max Schotten¬ stein; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Bernard Feitlinger; treasurer, Mrs, J. K. Bornstein; auditor, Mrs. Harry Gil¬ bert. For directors, tbe following names will be aiinouuceil: Mrs. Marcus Hurnstiue, Mrs, Mordecai Hirschsprung, Mrs. Ed Hyman, Mrs. Wm. A. Hersch, Mrs. jiile Mark, Mrs. Louis Nachman, Mrs. Sigmund Ornstein, Mrs. S. Gold¬ man, Mrs. Solomon Rivlin, Mrs. .^. W. Robbins and Miss liose Sugarman. JEWISH INMATES HEAR CANTOR I. CENTER Services for the Jewish inmates at the Ohio State Penitentiary last Sunday morning were conducted by I!)avid I'eiros. Cantor 1. Center, of Chicago, who was brought to Calumbiis for the holidays by the Beth Jacob Congrega¬ tion, chanted tlie prayers. The inmates were niost appreciative and expressed the desire of hearing him again.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1933-04-21|
|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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