Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-12-30, page 01
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Aichaeollglcal & HlalorlcaV Museum ,.,^ , N. High St. at 15th—1 U.J.F. MSTRIBUTES S65a263 Sfiiy^^tyfag Columbua Mid Cenliai CBtio Jewish Cemmnnlly '^f^ ToL it, No. S3 colinuiBVs, onto, tAWAy, ntiCtiUtn^n so, 1040 DeTotad to Anterlein «nd Jewlih IdMli Cotincil Women to Celebrate 33rd Birtbday Next Tuesday Thirty-three years of service to the Columbus community will be observed when the local section of the national Council of Jewish Women celebrates Its birthday at a luncheon and party Tuesday, 12:30 p. m., in the newly-decorated Southern Hotel ball- rootn. Founded In 1916, with Mrs. Nathan Gumble as its first presi¬ dent, the Council was the first Jewish worhen'a organization in the city to build a broad program of civic activity to promote the best in American democracy together with Us many services on behalf of the foreign born. During 11^ more than a quarter century of existence, these ser¬ vices have met the needs of the ever-changing American scene, under the guidance of the fol¬ lowing presidents: Mrs. Nathan Gumble, Mrs. Lavm-ence Lowen- steln; Mrs. Jerome K o h n (de¬ ceased); Mrs. Robert Levy, Mrs. . Simon Lazarus, Mrs. Harry Goldberg, Mrs. Wm. Schlff, Mrs. Meyer Hoffman, Mrs. Mark Peinknopf, Mrs. Eobert Blashek and Mrs. M. J. Papurt, Incum¬ bent president. In the party.spirit of the oc: caslon next Tuesday, a show of hats and hair styles will be pre¬ sented by the Madison Co., with Council members acting a s models. In addition to the forrrial style show, fashion editors from local newspapers and the direc¬ tor of the Columbus Art Gallery will select the most original as well as the most beautiful hats worn by Council members at the luncheon. Certificates for new hats will be the prizes. Mrs. Sol D. Zell will serve as accompanist for the program. Reservations must be received not later than Saturday morn¬ ing by' Mrs. Morris Fox, DO. 5020. Members have been re¬ quested to bring a bar of soap for the orphanage at Maubuls- Bon. CANTOR SHOLOM KATZ TO CHANT v"EL MUm ROCHAMEVI" JAN. lOTH Voliner Banquet Sunday^ Jan. 8 Prof. Bcckman An excellent program is being arranged by the Voliner Society for Its annua! banquet Sunday evening, Jan. 8, in the Agudath Achlm social hall. Preceding the dinner, which will begin'prompt¬ ly at 6 p. m., memorial services will be held for the departed members of the organization during the past year. Rabbi S, W. R((bensteln will officiate at this solemn service, at which time Cantor Philip Gellmanwili President Ralph Lazarus Announces Allocations To 45 Agencies in Columbus, Throughout Nation And Overseas; New Center Among Beneficiaries or Snolom Katz of Roumahia will present a progfarii of Jewish mtttic under the sponsorship of ZIon Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tues¬ day evening, Jan. 10, at Broad St. Temple. Cantor Katz is widely known in this country for his Mercury recording of "El Mule Rocha- mlm", the song he was forced to sing by the Nazis all night long when he was in a concentration camp, after 2000 of his fellow- Jews were ordered to. dig their own graves and. then were machine-gunned to death. Cantor Katz will stag this Hebrew prayer for the dead, and other litur^cal renditions, Can¬ tor Katz, who wiU also entertain with humorous and Yiddish folksongs, has a. golden voice that Is thrilling to hear. He has traveled all aver this country and Canada and was formerly Chief Cantor of Bucharest. Mrs. Augusta Frank will be at the piano. The public is Invited and there Is no admission charge. DENIES ISRAEL'S MIM8TER RESIGNED TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A govern¬ ment spokesman has denied that Israel's Minister to Czechoslova¬ kia, Ehud Avrlel, has resigned. In a meeting l^eld Tuesday, December 20th, at the Southern Hotel, the Board of Directors of the United Jewish Fund rff Co¬ lumbus met to approve final allocation of the campaign conducted this year. The total budget distributed $658,203.00 to over 45 de¬ serving Jewish agencies in Columbus, throughout the nation and overseas. Rhlph Lazarus, president of the United Jewish Fund, said in commendation: "I wish to offer my perNonnI thanks and the thanks of the entire coniniunlt)' to the Board members who hove given so untiringly of their time and effort*,, studying requirements of local, national and Intornatlonal .lAwLsh Agencies. Only In this nay could they determine the best possible allocation for each dollar. While determining allocations, the group worked closely with the National Council of Jewish Federation.s and Welfare Funds which acts as a clearing house for information and the dissemina¬ tion of funds. Through the Council the Committee received the budgets of cities comparable to Columbus and used them for com¬ parison before setting the final budget! The United Jewi.sh Fund budget was allocated as follows: Agency Appropriations United Jewish Appeal $490,000 Joint Distribution Committee United Palestine Appeal The Jewish Center of Columbus—operating budget (a) capital fund deficit (b) Joint Defense Appeal , Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith American Jewish Committee Hebrew School of Columbus B'nai B'rith National Youth Services Appeal A. Z. A. B'nai B'rith Girls B'nai B'rith Young Men B'nai B'rith Young Women B'nai R'rith Vocational Service Bureau B'nai Britli National Hillel Foundations 25,000 20,000 30,000 15,000 6,000 Is in store for the Columbus Jewish community! Cant- Tjhanb.-ffl^K^inRKact'^sHaBWBHliSj. •^fmSi^S^eS^tmtmfi!OttiS^tti»-Viaf^^^-^: The service Is scheduled.fOi- 5 p. m. All' members of Voliner Society and their wives are in¬ vited. Installation of the newly- elected officers will be perform¬ ed by Mr. Harry Schwartz, with Melville D. Frank acting as, toastmaster for the evening's program. Dr. Theo. Beckman of Ohio State University will de¬ liver the main address. Greet¬ ings are to be extended by all local Rabbis. The birthday cake will be auctioned off by Harry Beckman and Jerome Solove. More details of the annual event will appear in next week's Chronicle. Appoint Officers to BrandeisChapter The Intensive activity of the Jewish women's organizations of Columbus Indicates a large attendance at the Jan. 12"meet Ing of the Columbus Chapter of the National Women's Commit¬ tee of Brandeis University. The appointment of officers and board members to work to¬ ward the success of the organi¬ zational meeting is being an¬ nounced by Mrs. Alfred J. Ko- backer, president. This group, representing the Jewish women as Columbus, Includes: Mrs. Mor¬ ris Resler and Mrs. Sam Melton, vice-presidents; Mrs. Dave Ros- enfeld, secretary; Mrs. Harry Getz, treasurer; and Mrs. Theo- d o r e Schlonsky, membership chairman. Board members are: Mesdames Harry Cowan, E. J. Gordon, Al¬ len Gundersheimei', Joseph Hor- chow, Harry kollug, Simon Laz¬ arus, David Leeser, Herbert Lln- Ick, Robert Levy, Herman Liev- erman, Harry Maybrook, I. Nutis, M. J. Papurt, Jack Resler, Sol Rising, Harry Shiff, Milton Stein, William Wasperstrom and Herbert Wise. Brandeis, the first Jewish- sponsored, non-sectarian univer¬ sity In America, Is now In its second year. "Our immediate goal is the completion of a four year school," Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of the univer¬ sity, said, "and simultaneously we are working on a long-range 50-year master plan for the deve¬ lopment of professional schools, with, medicine arid dentistry probably to'be added lasti be- cause (hen, as now, we'll install or introduce nothing that is not first-rate." (OonttnDMl on Pan 4> Mrs. I. NutlN. Mm. Simon Lazarus and Mr«. Harry Kollns are three of tlie board monibors planning the meeting Jan. 12 lor the orgi^nizatlon of the Columbus Chapter 6t the National Wonieii'B Committee of Brandeis University. TO INTERVIEW LOCAL BRANDEIS FRESHMAN Adalre Schwartz, a freshman at Brandeis University, daugh¬ ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sch¬ wartz, 1475 Bryden Rd., will be interviewed by Allan Tarshish during his ^^!eekly broadcast on WHKC tbdMr, from 10:15 to 10:30 a. m. ^ Miss Schwartz will discus the activities of Brandeis Univ., and, will comment about the .large rally meeting scheduled Jan, 12, when Dr. Aljram L. Sachar, president of the university, will be the prln'ipal 'speaker here. Medical Schdol Campaign of.the Hei)rew University and Hadassah , Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society National Jewish Welfare Board Nat'l Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds American Fund for Israeli Institutions '. Youth Aliyah American Jewish Congress Council of Jewish Women, Service to Foreign Born ..., Montefiore Home, Cleveland Bellefaire, Cleveland '. Bureau of Jewish Education of Columbus Hebrew University In Israel Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital, Hot Springs Welzmann Institute of Science Inc National Jewish Hospital—Denver Columbus Jewish Community Council B'nai B'rith Convention Expense Jewish Telegraphic Agency Inter-Falth Program—Ohio State University . National Conference of Christians and Jews Jewish Labor Committee American FViends Service Committee Eternal Light Radio Program (Jewish Theological Seminary) Yiddish Scientific Institute University in Exile (Graduate Faculty.of the "New School") American Ass'n for Jewish Education Ex-Patients Home, Denver S,00d 2,500 1,000 3,500 2,940 1,000 2,000 500 1,750 1,800 1,750 950 1,000 1,500 1,000 1,350 1,150 1,000 300 400 850 250 650 500 200 100 250 100 TOTAL TO BENEFICIARY AGENCIES $621,290 Administrative Budget .: 16,643 RETIREMENT RESERVE RESERVE FOR COLLECTION SHRINKAGE $637,933 1,480 $639,413 18,850 TOTAL ., $658,263 This year, requlrethents were greater but as there was less money to distribute the Board took the .community point of view. Following the budget re¬ port, Mr. LazarUs contlhued, "It Is vital that all contributors know where and how their money Is expended through these various agencies. For ex¬ ample. The United Jewish Ap¬ peal whose fine work Is headed by such distinguished officers as Henry Morg^nthau Jr.,. Former Gov. Herbert L,ehman, William Rosenwald, and Mrs. Feilxjyar- burg, has in the past ten Wafers brought pew life, new strength and new hope to more than twO: million Jewish D. P.'a across five continents. They have never ceased to relieve suffering and misei-y, to open the gates to the new homeland, Israel, aJid to piece * together the pitiful rem¬ nants of displaced Jews evew* where. In order to properly tCoattiiaed on r«fa 4) . I 'if 'J .:,;.)v-.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1949-12-30|
|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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