Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-02-13, page 01
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ArehiieuluBK^ul '- lUsU.nual Mus- ll. liiali Si. UI lalh—1 HRONICLE ^j\\y^^^ervinq Columbus and Central Ohio IewisK^Community\//\\^ No. 2«, Vol. 7 COLUMBUS, OHIO, PRIDAY, FB3JRUARY 1.1, 1048 Devoted to Amerlcnn ¦ and Jewish Jdeals Comedian loe Brown Booked for JWV Banquet Sunday, Fob. 22, wiU bo ono ot tho meet momorablo datos of .loo B. Brown tho yoar on tho Capitol Post 122 Jewish War Veterans' calendar, Thht's tho night ot tho Post and Auxiliary's annual Installation banquot. In tho Soneca Hotel ballroom, dnring whicii Mr. Ru¬ dolph (Rudy) Klomi>crer, one of our .Tcwisli community's -lending citizens, wiil bo installed ns Commander of the local JWV Post. Guest of honor for the big ntfnir will bo none other than Joo B. Brown, whoso style of comedy has always been a big hit with stage, screen, and radio fans all over Amci-ica^-and thousands of veterans in this country and abroad during World Wur II. Mr. Brown's ap¬ pearance will highlight an A-1 floor show td add to the big evening of entertainmenf. All members and immediate families aro urged to return tiicir rcsc.rvation cards early. "Dead¬ line" date is next Wednesday (Feb. 18). The banquet starls B:.TO p.m. a week f i^ o m tomorrow, after which comes the installation of officers and tho floor show. Mrs. Abe Goldberg - "A True Woman in Israel" -- Carries on High Ideals of Family N ame Tludy Kiemperer Dinner Dance Marks T-I Sisterhood Birthday According to reports of Tele¬ phone chairmen, Mrs. I. C. Benls and Mrs. I. Martin Tracht, a record crowd will be on hand at the Broad St. Temple tomor row at 6 p.m. tor the dinner and clanc6 cetebratTnjj Temple Israel Sisterhood's 36th birthday. Mr David Goldamlth will be toast master. Featured on the entertainment program will be Jane Craig of Jimmy Rawlins' Studio, who, with her husband Larry, will present specialty dance numbers Dancing to the, strains of Bob Motzer's orchestra will provide another entertaining feature for a most pleasant and enjoyable evening. , Mrs. Bernard FeltUnger, chair¬ man of hostesses, has announced the following couples who will assist her: Mr. and Mrs. Maury Sher, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shell, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Leeman, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Poister,, Mr. and Mrs. Don Snider, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grundstein, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luekoff, Mr. and Jano Craig Mrs. Leon Schottenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Margulis, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen. Decorations will be under the capable direction of Mrs. Morrey Levlnson and her committee, whose artistic skill was so well displayed at Sisterhood's recent Project Luncheon. Mrs. Louis Wilson, who heads the Social Committee, has asked Mrs. Samuel Subow, Mrs. Ber¬ nard Morgenstern, and Mrs. I. C. Benis to assist. Last, but by no means least, the dinner committee, chalrmaned by Mrs. Myrna Haimes, will have such experts as Mrs. Sam Co¬ hen and Mrs. S. Shuman work¬ ing together to assure everyone an excellent dinner. Every member ot the Sister¬ hood and Temple should be sure reservations are in for this novel and exciting dinner-dance. It will be a thoroughly enjoyable evening from beginning to end MRU. A. GOIjOBERG Tho name Goldberg Is, has been, and will alway.s be tra¬ ditional whenever linked with the Agudath Achim Congregation's very existence. Who can ever forget or disregard the immeasur¬ able part which Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldberg have played ever since they helped found this leading orthodox house of worship more than 60 years ago. (Continued on Page "Two) Large Turn-out Expected for Annual Pioneer Women Affair The^Jolnt Annual Pioneer Wora^iiY donor dinner starting at Gp.m/ tomorrow (Sunday) at the Seneca Hotel promises to be an outstanding event, and the huge crowd is looking fonvard to an evening of a diversified, entertaining program. Highlight of the affair will be the appear ance ot Miss Rlvke Yoffe, the noted Palestinian .speaker, a real daughter of Jewish Palestine well-informed on the new gen eration of Eretz Israel Those who have not yet pledg ed can get tickets at the dooi Sunday. Since we all are out foi the establishment of a Jewish (Continued on Page Two) Mothers' Club of A. A. Pre-School Institute Announces Square Dance Carnival Plans Chairman Mrs. Ben Kahn and her committees are making "all-out" plans for a frolicking Square Dance Carnival at the Jorg Fasting dance studios, 68% E. Long, Saturday, Feb. 28. This affair is being sponsored by the Mothers' Club of Agudath Achim's pre¬ school, with proceeds to be used for payment of the recently-pur¬ chased school bus. Tickets are obtainable ($1. per person) from parent members of the Club or by calling EV. 8896. Dancing will start at 0 p.m., with music pro¬ vided by the popular Bob Ver- beck's orchestra. Mr. Verbeck will direct and teach square dancing trom 9 to 10, and wlU be master of ceremonies for a floor show starting at 11. Everyone attending is urged to be attired appropriately for the dance. The third floor ot the Fasting studios will be used for games and other events which will lend to the carnival spirit of the occa¬ sion. A concession stand (food and soft drinks) will be avail¬ able, too. Mothers of the pre¬ school will have a special booth where tickets will be sold for many useful Items which hav'e been donated for the affair. Several fathers of children en¬ rolled In the A.A, pre-school are also assisting the women to make the affair a big hit. Mr. (Continued on Page 7) CANTOR PINCK3K TO BE HERE Cantor P. S. Pinchik, w rid renowned tenor and master Interpreter of Hebrew com) isitlons, will make his first Co¬ lumbus appearance since 194. when the local Jr. Hadassah organization will have the estcuu.. .1 Cantor here for a con¬ cert May 16 at Bexley High Schoo This concert will be Jr. Hadassah's fund-raising affair f. 1048, under chair¬ manship of Bennette Stein, 211 S. Cassadj Also featuring the CQnce t will be Lillia Levin Yenkin, H3 violinist; she is a membet of the Col's P .ilharmonlc. And Pianist Evelyn Levin Groban, a graduate, if Julllard School ot Music in New York, will round om a 3-star program. RABBI NATHAN ZEIilZER TO ADDRESS SCHOOL TEACHERS Habbl Nathan Zellzer will give his second lecture on "Intro¬ duction to Prophetic Literature" before the Institute of Religious School Teachers next Wednes¬ day, 8 p.m.. Broad St. Temple. Thla Is the fourth lecture in a Pianist Karl Schnabel Soloist for Columbus Philharmonic Concert Program Saturday Liszt's Concerto No. 2 in "A" major will be the solo selection on next wee .c's Columbus Philharmonic "Pop" Concert to be performed by the young Jewish musician, Karl Uirich Schnabel, talented son o' world-renowned Artur Schnabel. As well as being a popular plai 1st, Karl Schnabel is a noted teacher and conducts a summer sch sol at Lake Como, In Italy, for piano students. This concert next Saturday (Feb. 21) is being promoted by the Councii of Jewish women and will Include works by Hoist, Borodin, Liadov and Gulon—all to be conducted by Izler Solo¬ mon. The concert begins promptly at 8 p.m., and will be broadcast over WCOL (but not Schnabel'g solo). As always, dancing with Jimmy Franck's Philharmonics will conclude the evening. An. added feature will be drawings on the tickets presented to con¬ tributors of the current orches¬ tra maintenance drive. How¬ ever, the price for this concert re¬ mains the same, $1.20, Including tax. The promotion of this concert Is under the directorship of Council's Civic Chairman, Mrs. Theodore Simson. Captains are Mesdames Bernard Brahm, Al¬ len Gundersheimer,^ Jr.; Sam (Continued on Page 7) series of six arranged in coop¬ eration with the Rabbis of the religious schools under the aus¬ pices of the Bureau of Jewish Education. These lectures offer background material for teach¬ ers In religious schools. Rlvko YoHo Noted Tenor Guest On B.J.E. Program David Putterman, tenor, of New York city, will be guest ar¬ tist for the third annual "Even¬ ing of Jewish Music" program Wednesday, Feb. 25, 8:30 p.m., at East High School, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Educa¬ tion ot Columbus, Mr. Putterman has made hun¬ dreds of appearances as soloist for concerts, schools, Centers, and synagogues throughout the country. His program here Feb. 25 will be diversified and of un¬ usual Intereat, in which he sings In Hebrew and Yiddish, including Caballistlc and Hassldlc songS, folic and synagogue music, both traditional and modern; Jewish spirituals, and Palestinian songs, old and new. This program will be tops In entertainment, and our commun¬ ity Is fortunate to have Mr. Put¬ terman for the event. The public is Invited and there will be no admission fee.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1948-02-13|
|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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