Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1933-05-12, page 01
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^mtral Ohio's Only Jewish Newspaper • llrachiiig Eilcry Home ®If^ ®\\m S^xufetf A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME ft'OLUME XVI—No. i6. COLUMHUS, OHIO, MAY 12, 1933 Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc iMay Festival of Music To Be ^ Presented at Hillel Foun- , dation Sunday I'liblic Is Cordmlly Invited to Attend Program—-AdmiHsion Free /\ ricli miLsical iirriKram fillet! witli young talent will fcatui-c the gala May (festival of music to he iircsciitcd at Ihc 'Hillel FoiiiKliitiun Sunday evening, May ' llli, at S p. m. The program will fca- iire nicmhcrs oi the Junior Macnowell :..)iih ami will he directed l)x.,Mrs, Itcrn- |i;ird Lchmami, chiurmim of tUc Mac- J)owcll division of the Symphony Cliilj iri I Central Oliio. Mi.s.s ¦ Marjory l^rosli, talented youiig IHHiiist and prcaidciit of the Jimior Mac- O'lwcll division, will play a group of piano solos, while Miss -Mice Merrill, one of the up aiid coniiuK group of young violinists, also will render several sticctioiis. A spccifil feature for the eve¬ ning will be Mi.ss Lodabclle Schmidt, ten yt'ar old vocalist, who won first place in the Ohio State music contest held last wcek-^ Cincinnati. \, Dr. Royal D. Huglies, head of the Aiusic department at Oliio State, will [drlress the group on an interesting topic, j The recently organized Junior Mac¬ Dowell orchestra will nial^e its initial appcnrance imder the direction of Ur: Siumiel Swerdlow. Members of the or- clie.=;tra are as follows: Violins, Alice Jlerrill, Lillian Levin, Ann Greiner, and Robert Blue; 'cellos, Frances Smith and Marjory Growden; flute, iVIarlan Ran- ']all; clarinet, Leonard Schiff; sa^so- Sionc, Lester Zipser; arid pianists, Doro- fiy Warner and Marjory Frosh. This musicale will wind up the music ilctivities at the Hillel Foundation until iii:xt fall. The activities have been di¬ rected by the Hillel music committee un- . der the chairmanship of Kay Davis, atid llie MacDowell division which has aided cmisiderably \vt fostering the appreciation music at the Foundation. The public is cordially invited to at ,Ad this program. Admission is free. Rabbis Zelizer and Rivlin Re^ turn From Convention of Rabbinical Assembly I?!iblii Nathan Zelizer and Rahbi Solo- m<in kivlin rcturneil from New York City la.st Tuesday where they attended the IJ'IW convention uf the Rabbinical A.'iscnibly which wa.s held at the Jewi.sli Theological Seminary of America on May j!nd, :)rd and Uh. Rahbi Klia.s Margolis was elected President of the Rabtiinical AsRcm))ly for the coining year, sticceeding Dr. Mor¬ decai M, XCai)laii._ While there. Rabbis Zelizer and Rivlin attended the convcn- tiouof the United Synagogue of Amer¬ ica, an organization representing all the cons.crvalivc synagogues of America and Canada. ' Rahbi ZeliKcr will report on the con¬ ventions he attended at the next meeting of the Congregation, which will take place ill the near future. tUNDERSHElMER ELECTED % SERVE ON NATIONAL COUNCILrCtF J. D. C. Mr. Allen Gundersheimer, president of the Fashion, has been. elected to serve on the National Council of the American Jewi.ih Joint Distribution Committee, overseas relief agency, it has been re¬ ported to,'1*^ Chronicle hy the organi- ¦jution's headcjuarters in New York City. The joint distribution committee, which I'unctions as a Jewish Red Cross, is now iigaged in emergency relief activities for Jews of Germany, eastern and central European countries. ' Messrs. Edward J. Goodman, Simon Laifarus and E. J, Schanfarber of Co¬ lumbus are also members of the organi, ziition'.s National Council. Mr. Edward J. Goodman is also a member of the National Advisory Campaign Committee, Annual Meeting of Jewish Welfare Federation and Schonthal Center May 25 Thursday, May 25th is the date set for the annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Federation and Hermine Schon¬ thal Center to he held at 7:30 p. m. at the Center, .555 East Rich Street, Mayor Worley, the principal speaker of the evening, will be introduced by Mr. J. W; Steinhauser, President of the Federation. An address . will be deliv¬ ered by Dr. E. J. "Gordon, wlio is the President of the Center. Financial reports and reports of activi¬ ties of both organizations will be sub¬ mitted by the Executive Secretary, Miss Rose Sugarman. The following members of the Nomi¬ nating, Committee will submit a list of directors to be elected oh that evening: Mr! Joseph Basch, Chairman, Mr; Allen Gundersheimer and Dr. E, J. Gordon. The Board of Directors will elect the oRieers. Any member of the Jewish commimity, who contributes to the Community iFiind, is a member of the Federation and is cordially invited to attend this meeting Thursday, May 25, 7:30 p. m., at Schon¬ thal Center. . .. . Rev. John Haynes Holmes Is Awarded Zeta Beta Tau Gottheil Medal rhe Rev, John Haynes Holmes of the Coniiiiuiiity Church, New York City, has been awarded the Zeta Bela Tau Got¬ theil Aledal for the ycir V.Yil. This medal is given annually by this frater¬ nity, which is the oldest and largest Jew¬ ish colle.j;c fraternity in the Aincrican fraternity system, to the American who lias done the most for,Jewry during the year for which the recognition is given. Although Zeta Beta Tail annually pre¬ sents the Gottheil Medal, its recipient is selected by the vote of a committee-of editors of the Anglo-Jewish press of. the United States. * The presentation will take place in Boston, Mass., at tlie Copley Plaza Ho¬ tel, on May W, I!).-!'!, at a banquet which is the "key" afTair of over forty to be held coinckleutly on that day in various cities throughout the . United States. These fnnclions are held annually in May on what is traditionally known in Zcta Beta Tail as "Old Timers' Day," The Gottheil Medal was established in honor of Professor I^i'chard J. H, Got¬ theil of Columbia University, an ont- stiinding leader in Jewish, American and international culture. For many years Di*, Gottheil was National President of Zcta Beta Tau. The medal. was first awarded, for the year 1!J25, to Dr. Ste¬ phen Wise of New York City. For 1920 it was received by David Brown of De¬ troit. It was next awarded to Aairon Sapiro of California for 1927.. Julius Rosenwald of Chicago received the fourth medal for 1928. Felix M. "War¬ burg of New York City was the re¬ cipient for l!'2y and it was awarded to Governor Herbert ft, Lehman for 1930. No r,v;ard v/as made for 1931. In connection with the Boston "key" affair of its national program, Zcta Beta Tau is holding, at the Copley Plaza Ho¬ tel, a three-day convention in which 24 of its Eastern iinits are participating. Tn New York City "Old Timers' Day". will ,he celebrated at the Ritz-Carlton HotcJi where a ball will be given by the Mctroiiolitan Alumni Club of Zeta Beta Tau. Atty. General of Ohio lo Address B'Nai B'rith Sunday Evening Under the au.^piccs of Zion Lodge No. 62, B'nai BVitli, a prognim in celebration of Moth¬ er's Day has heen completed, nnd will bc held in the audito¬ rium of the East Broad Street Temple Sunday evening, May l-lth, at 8 p. m. John W.' Bricker, attorney gene^r of Ohio, will deliver thc'Cliief ad¬ dress. The B'nai B'rith ritual for this program will be conducted by tho Degree Team composed of Allan Tarshish, chairman; Louis Gcrtner, and Franlc V. Bayer. Ruth Eleanor Stem and Sidney Pollock will furnish ap¬ propriate music for the occa¬ sion. Flowers will be presented to the mothers. All Chronicle readers as well as members of B'nai B'rith are cordially invited to attend the Mother's Day program. Harry Schwartz will preside. Sidney Kusworm To Address Temple Membership Sun¬ day Evening FEINKNOPF RE-ELECTED Mr. Mark D. Feinknopf was re-elected -r esident of the Young Folk's Temple iigue at its last, meeting of the season ..ich was held at tlic Winding Hollow ity Chib Tuesday, May ilth. Other of- rs elecled are: Vice President, .Mrs. :<;wis Basch; Secretary, Mrs, Herbert c'vy: Treasurer, Samuel Summer, Jr. lira. Celia K. Rosenthal and Mr. Samuel .iichs were appointed directors. A. Z. A. CELEBRATES .Mepli Zadik Aleph celehrated its first adversary with a smoker Thursday, ¦¦ly \ at the Excelsior Club. Principal ,Uire of the evening was the iiiitia- ¦'oi the new Si Kahn class, admin- zed by the A. Z. A. degree team. jOpies of the first issue of the Heacou, .vv'', A. Z. A. montlily publica|tiou, were T^jjStributed at ' the ' hmoker. Campaign jjjaiig for the May Proni were outlinuil, ^^., k1 refreshments served. The May Prom |:^. ill ihe held on Sunday, May 28th, at ¦¦t; ^\'il House. \u Avukah Chapter of O. S. U. Defeats Western. Reserve In Debate The Ohio State Cliaptcr of Avukah defeated the .Avukah Chapter of Western Reserve at a debate last Snnday evening at the Southern Hotel, oil the subject, "Resolved, That Zionists Reject the Pro¬ posed Legislative Council for Palestine at the Coming World Congress," Nathan Grundstein, Alex Goldman and Joseph Klieii represented Ohio State on the af¬ iirmative side of the question. Miss Rose fjrenner, Nornia .Sherman and Leonard Goklhanimer were the negative oppo¬ nents. Dr. B. W. Abramson acted as chairman of the e\'enhig, and Rablii Mor¬ decai Hirschsprung, Robert Mellman and Harry Kohn were judges. Preceding the debate, the O. S. U. chapter entertained the out of town guests at a supper held at the Hillel Foundation. Dancing followed the de- hate, with music furnished by Earl Young aud his Ohioaiis. In celebration of the holiday, "Log Bohniar" Avukah will entertain its mem¬ bers with a picnic tomorrow (Snnday). May Mth. The comniittee in charge of arrangements are: Miss Ruth Ziskind, Ben Berkowitz, Jack Cajair and Leonard Schiff. Rabbi and Mrs. Lee J. Levhigcr and Mr. and Mrs. L Nutis have been in¬ vited as chaperons. Penitentiary Services Regular Sunday morning services for tiic Jewish inmates of Ohio State Peni¬ tentiary were held, with Morris'Supran and Allan Tarshisli conducting the re¬ ligious services. The sermon was deliv¬ ered hy Mr. Tarshish. MOTHERS* DAY PROGRAM AT SCHONTHAL CENTER The Schonthal Center, C55 East Rich street, will present 'the followhig mem¬ bers, of the Women's Music Club in a program on Mothers' Day, May Mth, at 3 p. m.: Mrs, Mary Riddle Walton, soprano; Mrs. Opal Berry StaufTer, con¬ tralto, and Charles-Wesley Walton, Jr., pianist Following the musical program,. Mr, Justin- L. Sillman, local attorney, will deliver an appropriate address. I'lowers will be presented to the mothers. The public is cordially invited. Annual Novelty Dance of T. I. Jr. Sisterhood Will Be Held at Ft. Hays Hotel Sunday The first annual novelty dance ot the Tifereth Israel'Junior Sisterhood of the East Broad Street Temple will bc given tomorrow (Sunday) evening at the Fort Hayes 'Hotel. This affair brings to a close the active season of the organiza¬ tion for this year, and plans are under way to make it a gala event. Miss F.lla WeisR and .Miss Martha Freireich are co-chairmen of this dance and they will be assisted by the follow¬ ing hostesses: Miss Dorothy. RapenjKirt, Miss Sara Polster, Miss Lillian Frei¬ reich, Miss Helen Gruber, Miss Mae Rose, Miss Selma Brandt, Miss. Ida Cunix, Miss Helen Seidenberg and Miss Mildred Polster. Connie Capretta's orchestra will fur¬ nish the music for dancing. There will also bc entertainment presented by well- known Columbus talent. For those vVho desire to play cards, tables will be avail¬ able, iuid prizes will be given. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Remember the date—Sunday (tomor¬ row), May Mth—at the Fort Hayes HoteL Elma Ehrlich Levinger To Address Open Meeting Mrs. Elma Ehrlich Lcvinger will ad¬ dress an open meeting to be held at the Deshler-Wallick Hotel on Monday evening. May 15th. The meeting is to be given by the Pi Epsilon Phi sorority, and is open to all girls ivho are inter¬ ested. A short monologue will be staged hy selected members of the club, under the direction of,Miss Eleanor Rosenthal, 115 S. Ohio avenue, A social houi* will follow. The Pi Ei>silon Phi sorority has been active in social and charitable \t'ork girls are cordially invited. Voliner Society to Hold Bas¬ ket Party Sunday Evening At Beth Jacob Cong. The Voliner Society will entertain with a basket party on Sunday evening. May Hth. at (i p. ra„ in the banquet hall of the Beth Jacob Congregation. Mothers ill be presented with gifts on the oc¬ casion of Mother's Day, and refresh¬ ments will bc served, .A. cordial invitation is extended to all members and their friends. Bring your baskets and join in on an evening of real entertainment The annual congregational dinner of the Bryden Road Temple will he held Sunday evening. May Mth, in the ban¬ tiuet hall of the Coiigrggytion, Sidney G. Kusworm of Dayton and Columhus, ¦ Ohio, one of the outstanding leaders ill the B'nai, B'rith organization, will be the guest speaker at this dinner ineeting. Hla subject will be ."Paying the Price of Being a Jew." He will touch upon the most vital problems confronting American and wbrld Jewry today. A very delicious dinner will be pre¬ pared under the supervision of a spe¬ cial committee headed by Mrs, I. Wolf and Mrs. Charles Cahen. The numerous reports of the various activities held during the year will be made by the chairmen of respective committees and organizations of the, Temple. The opening prayer will be givcii by Rabbi Samuel M. Gup, spir¬ itual leader of the Congregation. Tlie proceedings of the Board of Trustees will be summarized by the President, Mr. L, J. Goodman, with reports to fol¬ low by the other officers: Mr. Simon Lazarus, Treasurer's report;.Mr. A. E. Loeb, Secretary's report; Mr, Joseph Basch, Auditing Committee; Mr. E. J. Schanfarber, Finance Committee; Mr. Leo Yasscnoff, Building Committee; Mr. A. J. Isaac, Membership Com¬ mittee. The nominating cGmmittcc, which includes Dr. S. Di Edelman, Chairman, and Messrs, E. J.-Schanfarber, Robert Weiler, Charles Cahen, and Irwin Ros¬ enthal, will recommend officers and trustees for the coming year. Organizational reports will be ren¬ dered by Mrs. W. A. Hersch, Presi¬ dent of the Rose E. Lazarus Sister¬ hood ; Mr. Mark D. Feinknopf, Presi¬ dent of the Young Folk's Temple Liiague; Mr, Stephen Hofmayer, The Youth Temple; Mrs. S. Loeb, The. Sunshine Club; and Master,, Clarence Isaac, The Junior Congregation, Rabbi Gup will give a brief outline on the accomplishments of the season. AU indications point to a large and enthusiastic meeting. Make your res¬ ervations for the dinner at once with the Temple Secretary by calling FAir¬ fax 78.^8. Dinner will be held at 6:30 p. m. promptly, and only those who have made reservations will be accom¬ modated. The price of the dinner is 75 cents per plate. Prof. Dorn to Address Jewish Women Tuesday Evening At Bryden Rd. Temple All Hadassah Meeting May 23rd Hadassah will hold its final meeting at Lazarus Tea Room on Tuesday, May 2.'lrd, at 3 p. m. Remember to reserve this date. Further announcements will be made in the forthcoming issue of The Chronicle. B'nai B'ritlr to Play Baseball Weekly Beginning May 17 Arrangements have .hccn made with Mr. Charles Scddoii of the City Recre¬ ation Department for the use of two baseball diamonds by the B'nai B'rith, The diamonds are located at the Federal Glas.s Co. lield on Iniils avenue, near Parsons, .^ctivities there will start on Wednesday, May ITtli, at 1) p. m., and will meet regularly thereafter each week. All members of B'nai B'rith are wel¬ come to play. The last meeting of the "Peace Course" sponsored by the Council of Jewish Wo¬ men of.which Mrs. Monroe Lewensohn. too N. Ardmore Road, is chairman, will be held Tuesday evening, May IGth, at 8 o'clock at the Hryden Road Temple. Prof, A. Dorn of the History Depart¬ ment of Ohio State University will speak on the Disarmament Conference. The entire community is welcome. Admission is 25 cents. Infants Home Is Grateful The officers and board are Very grate¬ ful for the contribution made by Mr, M. M- Jay and Miss Rose Jay In mem¬ ory of Rose Rosci'^Jcrg of Marion. Benefit Cai;d Party For Infant Welfare of Hadassah to Be Held Monday Mrs. Harry Gilbert, 419 S. Columbia avenue, and Mrs- A. Yenkin, 381 S- 'Drexel avenue, chairmen of Infant Wel¬ fare of Hadassah, are in charge of the arrangements for the benefit card^ party which will be held on Monday afternoon. May 15th, at 1:30 p. m. in the City Ice and Fuel .Assembly Hall, 211 S. High street. There will be attractive house prizes. Refreshments will he served. Come and enjoy a pleasant afternoon. m m .¦*IH*'-- r Si if* m ¦wf' ¦¦¦¦ i
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1933-05-12|
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1933-05-12, page 01|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
Franklin County (Ohio)
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|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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^mtral Ohio's Only
• llrachiiig Eilcry Home
®If^ ®\\m S^xufetf
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR THE JEWISH HOME
ft'OLUME XVI—No. i6.
COLUMHUS, OHIO, MAY 12, 1933
Per Year $3.00; Per Copy loc
iMay Festival of Music To Be ^ Presented at Hillel Foun- , dation Sunday
I'liblic Is Cordmlly Invited to Attend Program—-AdmiHsion Free
/\ ricli miLsical iirriKram fillet! witli young talent will fcatui-c the gala May (festival of music to he iircsciitcd at Ihc 'Hillel FoiiiKliitiun Sunday evening, May ' llli, at S p. m. The program will fca- iire nicmhcrs oi the Junior Macnowell :..)iih ami will he directed l)x.,Mrs, Itcrn- |i;ird Lchmami, chiurmim of tUc Mac- J)owcll division of the Symphony Cliilj iri I Central Oliio.
Mi.s.s ¦ Marjory l^rosli, talented youiig IHHiiist and prcaidciit of the Jimior Mac- O'lwcll division, will play a group of piano solos, while Miss -Mice Merrill, one of the up aiid coniiuK group of young violinists, also will render several sticctioiis. A spccifil feature for the eve¬ ning will be Mi.ss Lodabclle Schmidt, ten yt'ar old vocalist, who won first place in the Ohio State music contest held last wcek-^ Cincinnati.
\, Dr. Royal D. Huglies, head of the Aiusic department at Oliio State, will [drlress the group on an interesting topic, j The recently organized Junior Mac¬ Dowell orchestra will nial^e its initial appcnrance imder the direction of Ur: Siumiel Swerdlow. Members of the or- clie.=;tra are as follows: Violins, Alice Jlerrill, Lillian Levin, Ann Greiner, and Robert Blue; 'cellos, Frances Smith and Marjory Growden; flute, iVIarlan Ran- ']all; clarinet, Leonard Schiff; sa^so- Sionc, Lester Zipser; arid pianists, Doro- fiy Warner and Marjory Frosh.
This musicale will wind up the music ilctivities at the Hillel Foundation until iii:xt fall. The activities have been di¬ rected by the Hillel music committee un- . der the chairmanship of Kay Davis, atid llie MacDowell division which has aided cmisiderably \vt fostering the appreciation music at the Foundation. The public is cordially invited to at ,Ad this program. Admission is free.
Rabbis Zelizer and Rivlin Re^
turn From Convention of
I?!iblii Nathan Zelizer and Rahbi Solo- m