Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-12-08, page 01
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.Attifiaedllglcal & Historical .¦Wuseum .V. High St. at 1,5th—1 UJF Ressponds ta Israel Cash Appeal; Local "C" Day is Cancelled The Columbus quota In Is¬ rael's urgent appeal for cash funds by Dec. 31 has been part¬ ially met, and the United Jew¬ ish Fund expects to send the final payment before deadline time. This has been made possible through the fine response of UJP contributors who have paid, all or a great part of their 1950- 51 pledges In advance. In a statement of appreciation, Ralph Lazarus, president of the UJF, said: "We of the United Jewish Fund wish to express nur thanks and our appreciation lo alt those who responded so promptly and gen¬ erously to our urgent request for all or any part of the unpaid balance of their 1050-51 contribu¬ tion. ¦ "As a result, we have been able to send to the United Jew¬ ish Appeal, the amount of $50,- 000. The balance of our share Is now $50,000, which Is needed by Dec. 31. "We hope that those of you who have npt yet paid your pledge in advance will answer this special plea to help the im¬ migrants In the Slate of Israel as quickly as possible, and thus enable us lo fulfill our total ob¬ ligation. "Again our gratefiil thanks lo all of you." As a part of the cash appeal. ?=? yM IHROMCLE - - ..^^J'aj^V^^^^V.:?' 2lAV/^ Serving Coliunbm ahd Central CTiio Jewish Communily XVMK Vol. 28, No. 49 COLUMBl'H, OHIO, FRIDAY, DKCKMBER 8, in.'SO DcToted to American and Jewi.h Ideals a special "C-Day" solicitation of contributors to secure advance payment of pledges was planrfed. However, since the community Is responding .so generously to the urgent appeal, the- "C-Day" program originally planned for Dec. 17 will be cancelled. There must be many more ad¬ vance payments of 1950-51 pled¬ ges to provide the additional $50,000 cash needed for Israel from Columbus by Dec. 31. If you have not yet paid the balance of your 1950-51 pledge and can pay all or any parlof It, please send your check Ui the United Jewish f'^und office al Ihe .lewish Center. Jewish Educators Meet Here Next Week I Hadassah Members, Friends will Hear Mrs. Moses P. Epstein Mr. Marshall The -lib annual IVIld-weslein Conference of Jewish Educators will be held Dec. 15-16 at the Seneca Hotel here. Bureau dir¬ ectors, principals of Hebrew schools, and teachers of the mid- western area will attend. Dr. Moses Zalesky, Director of the Cincinnati Bureau of Jewish Educatlort, will address the con¬ ference al the opening session next frlday, 10:30 a. m., on the topic "How to Teach Israel In liig Crowd Expected at 22nd Annual Dinner I'k hv our Schools." The luncheon session will be addres.sed by Frank G. Marshall, president of the Chicago Board of Jewish Education, and Dr. Samuel M. Blumepfleld, super- Intehflent of the Chicago Board of Jewish Education. They will both speak on "The Role of the Layman and the Professional In Jewish Education Today." The luncheon will be given in honor of the delegates by the Co¬ lumbus Hebrew School and Ivreeyoh Society. Professional Rabbi Samuel W. Ruiiensteln will give Ihe Invocation at the luncheon and Rabbi Nathan Zellzer will give the benediction. Greetings will be extended In behalf of the Hebrew School by its president, Dr. A. H. Kanter, and Dr. Marvin F"ox, chairman of the Board" of Education. Mark M. Krug, president of the conference, will also speak (coBtlnned on pace 8) Annual Supper of Ladies Free Loan On Sunday, Dec. 17, 6 p. m., In the Agudath Achlm social hall, the Laclles Free Loan SocU'y will hold Its annual supper, pro¬ ceeds of which are used by the local group for charitable and philanthropic purposes. By popu¬ lar detriahd, the menu for the Slipper .will feature an abund¬ ance of delicious kishke, In ad¬ dition to a full course meal. Tickets, $1.50 each, may be ob¬ tained from any member'of the Society, or at the Agudath Achliri on Dec. 17. The public Is cordially Invited. The Free "T>,oan Society, or¬ ganized over 30 years ago for the purposfl of aiding" Its members In times of financial need, has always served a useful and vital need In the life of our Jewish community. Because of Us ef¬ forts, during the period of de- (contlnned on pace S) Will Officiate As Cantor Next Week Lurry Beriiiuii Dr. Benathen Guest Speaker at Service Dr. Morris Benathen, Pro¬ fessor of Jewish Education at the Yeshlva University and dlr- . ectpr of the Talmud Torahs of St.' Louis, Mo., will be guest speaker at the late Friday eve¬ ning family service at Agudath Achlm next week. Dr. Benathen has a rich and' varied background In the field ot Jewish education. His talk will clear up ntany of the Issues that we face in this vital area affecting the educational and psychological development o f our youth. ^ When Larry Berman, age 13, officiated as Cantor on the oc¬ casion of his Bar Mltzvah last October at the Agudath Achlm synagogue, little did he. realize that his abilities were appre¬ ciated and so highly regardea by _ those who heard him. He was remind"Youui Temple League cently approached for a repeat performance at the E, Broad St. Temple, antl Larry graciously consented to conduct the Muspah services on Saturday morning, Dec. 16. The proud parents of Larry Mr. and Mrs, Osc^r Bejripan, 1649 Franklin Ave.', wish to talce this opportunity to Invite the public to these services whlclt will begin ai the Tiferdth Israel synagogue at 10 o'clock. A. A. Sisterhood to Hear Johnny Jones The Agudath Achlm Sister¬ hood takes pride in announcing that Johnny Jones, columnist, author and world traveler, will be the guest speaker at this year's paid-up membership luncheon. The affair is next Tuesday, 1:30 pm., in the Agudath Achim synagogue social hall. All members of the Sisterhood are Invited to hear Mr. Jones give an Interesting talk. Those members who have not paid their dues will have a chance to do so at the luncheon. This event officially closes the Sisterhood's new membership drive. Anyone wishing to become a member Is Invited. "Chanukah Hop' A "Chanukah Hop" has iicen arranged by all of the auxiliary groups affiliated with Hryden Rd, Temple for tonight (Satur¬ day), 8:15, at the Jewish CemerT Participating In the ppt^ram will be the Rose E. Lazahis Sis¬ terhood, Temple Brotherhood, Couples Club, Mr. and Miss Club Mrs. BpHt«ln hl.-llicill of Ul'rk^ of ny wcinicn ulm i.jnk I'-ii I in Ihi'i "id^i iniporiiint pr'..- jrrl. Illc dinniM' will ;ii;,-|ill lie ;in cvriiint; limit In he n'mcnilii'roii Mr-i, •.Mos<>s I". Kp-:ic.|n. a pa^l li(iii;il pri.-:iili'iil Mnd now I I'vinK as Xiitional Public Hr- IIions chniinii'm. has iu*il re¬ turned from a slay in~Tsinicl. She Kiken part in .sessions of Actions Committee, the Gen. (lal Council of the World Zlon- f^t Oi'ganiziitlon ;md has allend- (d numy conferences In Wash¬ ington. A mosl elo(|uenl and authorl- t Hive speaker on Israel and the Middle East, Mrs. Epstein Is in gieat demand the country over. She is a woman who can think well on her feet and one who handles facts with dispatch and finesse. Columbus Is most for¬ tunate In being able to hear Mrs. Epstein. Tickets for both the dinner and speaker will be available Sunday evening at the hotel for those who have yet not made their pledges. , As a feature of the program, each group will present its own entertalnmeiit, at which prizes wUl be awarded to the audience. Dancing to the music of Ray Mund's orchestra will follow the program, and Ihere will be cards (or those not caring to dance. Delicious refreshments will be serveti' and there will be no ad¬ mission charge. Everyone is wel¬ come to enjoy this "hit" pro¬ gram of the year. B'NAI B'RITH SPONSORS CONCERT FEATURING CANTOR SHOLOM KATZ Tuesday evening — and Cantor Sholom Katz will appear here at the Jewish Center under the sponsorship of B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Augusta Frank will be at the piano. The program, scheduled to begin at 8:15 p. m., will consist of Cantor Katz singing opera num¬ bers, Yiddish folk songs and canlorlal selections. The Internationally-famous cantor first came here last year when he thrilled a full house at Broad St. Temple. He was brought back by pOtiular demand. The public Is invited; there Is no ad¬ mission charge. Holiday Party at Self-Development School Tomorrow for Families of Ne'w Americans In the spirit of the Chanukah season, the Council of Jewish Women will entertain families of New Americans with a gay holi¬ day party tomorrow, 3 to 5 p. m., at the Columbus Self Develop¬ ment School, 1021 Bryden Rd. Mrs. A. R. Schwartz, head of this outstanding' school, will be in charge of the entertainment, which assures the guests of a happy lime. A number of the children will feel very much at' home there for they are pupils al the school and are well Integrat¬ ed members of the classes. Learning the customs and language of their little schoolmates qualifies them to, In turn, help tlielr parents with the language of their new country. Their .future Is in their children and only through them can they become a part of the American life. ^-H is indeed a generous move on tTje part of the Self-Develop¬ ment School lo enroll these chil¬ dren and to give them this fine start up the road to American citizenship. Attendance Is a privilege and Mrs. Schwartz is proud of her new little Ameri¬ cans. Plans for the party sound ex¬ citing, /i. committee Of Council Women, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Stanley Schwartz, have planned refreshments for all and every child will carry home a gift from the Council. Games and dancing will round out the afternoon. Members of .the committee working to make the party a success are: Mesdames Robert Blashek, Jacob dayman, Albert Goorey, William Gllck, Gerald Pelteson, Sylvan Weill, Mrs. Abe Yenkln and Miss Gerta Baruch. Mrs. E. J. Gordon Is chairman of Service to Foreign Born for the Council. O BUFFBT DINNER The Graduate-Faculty Club of the B'nai B'rith Hlllel Founda¬ tion lyJU hold fl btWfet (JJjiner and social in the Hlllel auditor¬ ium Sunday, at 6:80 p. In. Follow¬ ing tAe dinner wi)l be ga'mes, folk dancing and social dahclng.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-12-08|
|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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