Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-02-02, page 01
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."VrcliaeoUgical &. Historical Museum N. High SL at 15th—1 THCMATiOj^) Council Women Celebrate Birthday Next Week By American Jewish Press PH-rLADELPHIA — Dr. Kurt P.eljlei', who as.sumed his post as Director of Development at the UnlverBlty of Pennsylvania la.st •January was rramed .a vice presi¬ dent of the UnlvernllV this week by Dr. Harold E. Stassen. presi¬ dent of the U. of P. ' • • • LO^ ANGELES — A com¬ munity, farewell dinner was given Israeli Consul Reuven Dafnl this week preceding his return'to Israel. Da/ril,' who says of hla future plans ohly that he Is-"going home," assumed the consular post Nov. 1, 1048, fol¬ lowing an Important diplomatic misslon-to the U. S. and a highly distinguished war record. NEW YORK CITY — Police squads a n d , plainclothesmen guarded the Metropolitan Opera House here an Klrsten Flag.stad, operatic s'oprano ami an alleged pro-Nazi collaborator, made an appearance.- There wa.'i no re¬ petition of picket lines, among Ihem repfcsentallVG.s of .Jewish organizations, whirh harre<l en¬ trance to a performance hprc last ye:u' h.v lhe slnRer. * * * . KANSAS CITY — A fad, Which Vjegan soon after the establish¬ ment of the .lewish Slate, added another endorsee this week ' when Rabbi .and Mrs. Marshall ¦Miller were ijrc.sentcd with u gift irip ta Israel In recognition of the rajjlil's ISth anniversary In the pulpit of Congregation Ohew Sholom. " Thlrly-four years of service lo the Columhus commurilly; as. well as to Us overseas projects, will be observed, when the local section of the Nalional Council of Jewish Women celebrates lis birthday at a luncheon and party Tuesday, 12:30 p. m'., In, the Marine Room (forraeHy'Ionian) I of the Deshler-Walllck HoteL Founded In lOlG, ¦ with Mrs. Nathan Gumble as Its flrsl presi- |dent, the Council \vas the first .leWlsh Women's organization In I the city to promote the besl In [American democracy, together I with Its many services on behalf ' nf th£ foreign born. During the more than a quai"- ter-century, of existence, these services have met the needs of the ever-changing American scene, under the guidance of the following presidents; .Mesdames ¦Nathan Gumble, Lawrence Low^ ensteln, .lerome Kohn, Robert Levy, Simon, Laisarus, Harry ^^ fHRONICLE Sl\^ Serving Columbus and Central CTilo Jewish Community \\7Al^ \'oI. 29, No. 5 (OLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, fO.".! D(>vo(ed tp. Atneriran Hnd Jewish' Idfaln UJA Pre-Campaign Budgeting Ahead of 1950 NEW YORK CITY (AJP) —A sharp note of optimism, coupled wilh a disclosure, thai local pre- campalgn" budgeting conferences Ihroughout the country were "as; 'graHl or boiler" than In IflM, set ,the stage this week for lhe klck- i off-of'the mammoth ID.'SI ^Unit¬ ed Jewish Appeal campaign,! ^.scheduleil iq begin shortly. ' i The (li.-c insures Ihal UJA 'pre. I campaign budgeting arrange- ments were progressing . m.ore I favorat^Jy than at the start of the Idi-lve Ta.st year came from E<i- I ward M. M. .Warburg, geheral [chairman of ttw Unlftd .lewish Appeal. Mr. WBrburg algo an- ! nounced the cstahll.^hmeW of a .'Ki-mernbor cabinet comprised of nationally prominent .Jewish ; community leaders ahd designed to serve as a campaign ' high command in the aOtlve planplpg and conduet of the lO.'Jl nation¬ wide drive. Named chairman bf the Ifl5l National campaign cabinet was Mxjrris W. Rerinsleln, vice presi- tlent of the Syracuse (N.Y.) Jew¬ ish Welfare Federation. 1h reporllng the increasing suiiport for the 1951 U.IA drive, Mr. Warburg said that many communities had .expressed a de¬ sire lb launch the drive as .soon as possible. A Hig .Gifts confer¬ ence for U.IA in Miami later this moruh will officially launch the CINCINNATI — A committee preparing for the forthcoming reception here honoring Rabbl Judah, L. Malmon, Minister of Religious Affairs lln Israel, pre¬ sented Mayor Albert D. Cash, of Cincinnati, a Hebrew Bible, made In Israel, the gift of Rabbi Malmon. • • • MIAMI — A thrift shop which . sells second-hand clothing, hrlc- a-brac, and small hou.sehold ar¬ ticles, to'raise funds for activi¬ ties of the National Council of Jewish Women's Miami section, as well as provide employment for three ne\V Americans, cele¬ brated Its first anniversary this week. -* * , DENVER — Thirteen mem¬ bers of the B'nal B'rlth Young Men unit here were honored at a farewell dance prior to their Induction in lo the "armed forces. An estimated 50 young Jewish men from Denver have entered the service .since . the start of the emergency. * * . * NEW YORK — Benjamin G. Browdy, president of .the Zion¬ ist Organization of America, as¬ sumed the post of national chair¬ man of the Z.O.A. committee fo^r sale of Israel Government bonds. The Z.O.A.. has pledged to sell $100,000,000 of the bond Issue within the next three years. nationwide campaign. , Mr. Warburg also expres.sed I belief that any confusion which ('xisted (>v(»r the U.IA drive ahd ilhe fo.rlhcomlng Israel bond I drive, the latter scheduled to be- Igin in .Ma.v. has been erased. He ..¦^aid that many of the .same per- I sons leadlnj? lhe local :communi- , ty drives would'switch to sup- portiiig a'nd leading the local : drives for the bond i.ssue once Ihe UJA (iri\f was sLiccessfuily completed. Regional Conference in Chicago Tomorrow .Morltz M. ((Oltllel). nicpibcr of the. Xatlonal cnnipalgn . ('vbinct of the United J. vlsh Appeal and ohiilrninn -bf thr I'.IA'h Mid-West Lciulci-sl. , Confcrenci' which meets In Chicago tomorrow^ urgexl co.<iniunitles lo ttsNure fuliCKt pitr- llclpatloti 111 (hr regi.onjd parley (o. help. map plans (hr the early launching of tlie Appeal's lUI'tl cum paign Ooldberg. William Schiff, Meyer Hoffman, Mark Feinknopf, Rob¬ ert Blashek, M. J. Papurt and Jack Resler; incumbent presi¬ dent. . In the party spirit of the oc¬ casion nexl Tuesday, there will be a contest for the besl barber shop quartet among the rhem- hers. Music will be the theme of fhe day and vyith Mrs. Robert Levy ^nd Mrs. Allen Gunder¬ shelmer M-C-lng, It should be a "Show of Show.T." Mliis Nancy Davis, Display Director of F. & R. Lazarus Co., Is the judge of the original acts to.be presented. Mrs. Sol Zell will serve as ac-. companist for the program. The opening prayer will he given by Mrs. Dorothy K. Mell¬ man. Plans for the luncheon are being made by Mrs. Ben Kahn ,and her vice-chairman, Mrs. Sam Rosenfeld. Reservations must.be received not later than Saturday morning hy Mrs. Morris Fox, DO. .'j.'io;!.' ,^ ¦ ' Members have heen re(|ueste(l ; fti bring lax stamps lo the meet- ¦ ; ing and receive a,souvenir prize. • , " Mrs. Fred Yenkin is program cliairman and Mrs. Howarcl lUciom "is vice-chairman for this birthday prograftv. "f music, I music, music. t . ' - O Joint Board Meeting I At Agudas Achim TIFERETH ISRAEL SISTERHOOD LEADERSHIP TRAINING Plans have been compJeted'-for a Leadership Training Institute for member^ of Tifereth larael Sisterhood, designed to acquaint the participants wUh a better ancjl fuller understanding ot the rcille of the Slsterlifeod and the Tample In the pattern of Jewish Stunt Nite Mar. 10 It's here at last! The thing that you have been walling . for— "Stunt Night!" "Doc" Lemon Is here? Who Is lhe old Doc? He's the disc jockey at WCOL who will emcee the show.. ' , All the youlh organizations of columhus are planning (or this annual affair. Marvin Greenberg, president Of" the Young^ Adult Council, ap¬ pointed Mlss Esther Leah "White and Mr. Jerry Cuilix of -the Young Adult Council, and Mlss .ludj Forman, of the Teenage Council, a s co-chairman o f "Stunt Night." The date of the affair is March 10, at the Jewisij Center. Beth Jacob Re-elects Joe Swart? President Rabbi Leopold Greenwald will Install the new .slat^ of Beth Jacob officers at the con¬ gregation's annual Installation banquet Sunday, Feb. 18, In the social hall of the synagogue. ' ' In appreciation for his out¬ standing efforts In the growth and progress of Beth Jacob syna¬ gogue, Mr. Joseph Swariz has beep re-elected president of the congregation. Beth Jacob Is a- bout to begin construction of a new house of wWshlp, at Bulen Ave. and L>vlngfeton, grpund- hreaklng tor which I00I5 places Sept. 17. Serving with Mr. Swartz will be the following: Joe Steinberg, vice pres; Z. Pass, treas; B. Solomon, sec'y; M. Belm, Gahbl Rqshon; Louis Ostrofsky^ Gahbl Shanl. The Board of Trustees Includes H. Rosenblum, Dave Kerstein, L. Kersteln, Jack RoSen, Tlobl. Lleberman, H. Haas, Julius Welntrauh, H. Forman, H. Cooper, M. S. Yahr, P. Bermap, Abe Shustlck, Jerome Solove, Morris Fesman, M,^rtln Katz and Sam Mellmed as 'cojnmltteepian for the Sick. Honorary Life Trustees are; Morris Belm, Abe Goodman, Morris Welnstock, Lou Levin, Wm. Cohen. ESTABLISH MEMORIAL TO MARVIN FRANKLIN - A pledge has been made for an arts arid crafts room at the Jewish Center, In memory of Marvin Franklin. Contributions In memory of Marvin can be sent' directly to th'e Center, for which (urnllure and' equipment will be purchaa¬ ed. life on the American scene. At' the same time, enrollees will be' given the' basic background re¬ quisites neces.sary for leadership on the layma'n'.s level. The following Is a schedule of the courses lo be held during February in Ihe Minnie Cobey Memorial Library of Broad gl. Temple; ¦. 1 — Wednesday. Feb. 7 — !;);nQ to 11;00 a. m. "Ideological Back- gfound" — a sludy of the pllfi- o.sophy of Conservative .ludaism, and a history of the JewWh Theological Seminary of A- merica. By Rabbl Nathan Zell¬ zer. Father - Children Stag Feb. 13. H'nai H'rith's annual father-children night prorp- ises lo be a colorful affair when they get together at' the new .Jewish Center Tuesday e\(enlng; Feb. 1.3. B'nal H'rHh parents and their youngsters- are urged to be a part of the program Feb' 13. Reschedule Dr, Wollf Alt Hiilel Tomorrow "In response td many requests, tl^e lecture by Dr. Kurt Wolff at the Hlllel Foundation has been re-sctteduled tomorrow, 8 p. m "Dr. Wolff's schediried appear¬ ance for last Sunclay fas cancell¬ ed beca'u.se of the Icy weal;hqr," stated Mrs. Sara n. Kaplan, AB- sLstant Director rif the Hlllel Foundallon. Dr Wolff will pre.sent his lee ture: "The Sociology of know¬ ledge: A History, Survey, and an Appraisal" te the G/aduate-Fac- ulty Club this Sunday In the HU¬ lel chapter. Dr. Wolff has served as a .visiting lecturer at several European universities and at the New School for Social Research In NeW/York City. He received his Ph. D. degree from thei Uni¬ versity 6f Frankfurt in Italy -•n — Wednesday, Feb. 14 — 9:30 to 11:00 a. ip. ''The Woman's Role In the Preservation of. Tra¬ ditional Judaism" — an analysis of National Wonften's League and an analysis ol' the activities of our own local Sisterhood. By Mrs. William Wasserstrom. Ill — Wednesday, Feb. 21.— 9:30 to 11:00 a. m. ''Talking on Your Feet" — a presentation of the basic techniques of. public speaking. By Mrs. Albert \Vas- sei'slrom. , "IV"'— Wednesday Feb. 28- — 9:30 to. 11:00 a. m'. "The Work¬ shop" — a laboratory for self- expression and partlclpatlori by ^embers of lhe group. Sisterhood members Interest¬ ed in enrolling for the Institute , are asked to call Mrs. William Wasserslrom, DO. 8l(i(5. ' Meno Lovenstein To Occupy A, A. Pulpit For Family Servicies Prof. 'Meno Loven.sCeln, De¬ partment of Economics 6if Ohio Slate ynlverslty will occupy the pulpll al Agudas Achlm \^yna- gpgue next'Friday evening'-for the congregation's regular fami¬ ly services. His topic will be "Prejudice and Economics." Rabbl Samuel W. Rubenstein will conduct the .services, which will .st.'jrt prcjmptly" at 8 pm. Traditional Sabbath prayers and songs will be chanted by Cantor P. H. Gellman. Th^ guest prayer willl be read by Mrs. Joseph L. .Schwartz. An Oneg Shabat,will follow. ' - .The fpllowlng members, of Agudas Achira Sisterhood will serve as hostesses; -Mesdames Joe Topolosky, Sam 'Valcov,'Abe Yenkln. and Frank Nulls. Ush- el-swlil b^ Leon Schottensteln, Henry Flnke and irvin Sleln. The floral offering wjll be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, Jn' mefnory of Mrs.. Davis' falher, the late Samuel Raden, and Mr. and' Mrs. Irvin Stein, in honor of their Sth wedding anni¬ versary. .Mi's. Maybruck j .'Vlrs. l-tarry Maybruck, presl- j dent of the Agudas Achlm Sls- I terh(Icicl,Will preside at the next 'Joint board supper meeting Tues- ^ [day, fi p. m., al the .synagogue. I .Speakin?^ ordemocracy In Jew- ¦ I ish life — Agudas Achlm prac- jtlces 11. The president of-the Sls- I terhood will alternate with the [head of the-congregation In,con¬ ducting the joint meetings to 'be held for the t>enefit of the,new building. This l.s. a unique Inno- 'vatlon In the annals of American Jewish cOngregatloijaJ life. Mrs. Maybruck urges her sis¬ ter officers and board members lo attend this important meet¬ ing, "There are many tasks that the. Sisterhood has undertaken In conjunction wlth(,^our new synagogue^structure. Our prime objective at the moment Is the' efjuipment of the kitchen along the( niost modern and complete lines; to achieve this end, wc must have the active and un¬ divided .support of oil bur mem¬ bers. VVilh the proper coopera- . [tion, we will go beyond pur greatest expectations," Mrs! May- liruck was quoted as saying. ¦ She concluded by saying; "This ,1s a singular honor the group has bestowed upon me; That of con¬ ducting this joint board meellng. My sole purpose is,^to rally all forces within the ccmgregatlani!l . family to dedicate thelf besfr"'ef-', forts for our new House of Wor¬ ship In Bexley. Toward?. this ¦- end we expend o u r ¦ Ij e s t strength, for only the'Ijest will- do."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-02-02|
|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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