Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-08-31, page 01
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ArdiaeoUglcal & HlBtortcal Musetun N. High St at ISth—1 '-n UJA LEADERSHIP MISSION TO SURVEY ISRAEL NEEDS ?=? ^¦^miHRONICLE ^l\//~Seiv\nq Columbus and Central Ohio )ewlsh Communily Vol. 29, No. ,S3 conMnrs, omo, kridaV. Ar(;rsT :)i. i»r>i Ix-vdtod 1(1 Amcrlrjin nnd Jewish Idfjils WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS COMMISSION ADOPTS DECISION ON RELATIONS WITH ISRAELI GOV'T Led by Edward M. M. Warburg, Gen¬ eral Chairman of lhe United Jewish Appeal, an odirial UJA Leadership MiNHion ihifi week departed for an intensive ten-day visit to Urael to iturvey iin rritiral immigration, settle¬ ment and rehabilitation needs that must lie niet before Derember 31 throuKb the UJA's nationwide cam¬ paign. Tbe MihHion will also ronfer in Jerusalem with ofhrials of the Jew¬ ish Agency and with leading mem¬ bers of the Israel Government. In addition to Mr. Warburg (top left), members of the Mission include Dr. Joseph J. Srhwarlz. (lop right), UJA Exerulivc Vire-Cbairman, and Mor¬ ris W. Berinslein of Syraruse, N. Y., (butloin left), Chairman of the UJA's Nptional Campaign CabineL The Mihbion will report to America'* Jewish rommunitirs on its return to this rountry in mid-Scplember. JERUSALEM, fJTA> Thi- World Zionist Congress Commls- aion on Fundfimrntal Problems, adopted for presentation to the full Congress a resolution calling for the Government of Lsrael to work in consultation antl (^o-orrilnatlon with the World Zionist Organiza¬ tion on all Its activities Involving the Jewish (communities ubroad. I The Commission also adopted a ' resolution asking that the govern- ' ment consult in advance with the I Zionist movement on alt Itigislation I affecting the activltlea of the ' Wrtrld Zionist Organization . the j Jewish Agency anrl Its assets and I obligations In Israel. The group 'also suggested that on the baAls ' of th(.' special status to he granted ; the Zionist movement by the Gov- , ernment of Israel, the Jewish j Agency will be authorized to act In spheres which will be determined from time to time In .separate a- greements with the Ihtju'I Govern¬ ment. It outlined the spheres of ac¬ tivity for the near future aa fol¬ lows: organization of immigration and transfer of the Immigrants and their assetw Ut Israel; participation, in the work of ai)sorption of thi immigrants; youth immigration; development of agricultural settle¬ ments; acquistion and reclamation of land by the Jewish National Fnnd; participation in development projects; fund-raising in Israel and abroad. The Cfingress' Politicul Commis¬ sion has decided to recomnn-nd adoption of n resolution stressing "the urgency of strengthening the national consciousness of the Jew¬ ish communities, of organizing them on a dempftratlc pattern" and of defending their rights. The Committee on C:u\ture, and Education has dt.'clded to establish facilities for training kindergarten teachers in Israel and for training Jewish instructors from abroad in special courses to be held both In the summer and throughout the normfU academic year. Also, the committee suggests that special seminars be held in various Jew¬ ish communities abroad and that Israeli teachers be sent to work in these Jewiah communities. It pro¬ jected a program for adult educa¬ tion in Hebrew In Ixmdon. Paris and Brussels and the annual pro¬ clamation of a "Hebrew Month" In Jewish communities throughout the world. Ben Gurion Favors Israel Grant-in-Aid of $10,000,000 to Jewish Agency JERl.'SALEM. I JTA) Premier David Ben Gurion favors a pro¬ posal that the Israel Government extend a grant-in-aid of about $10,000,000 to the Jewish Agency executive In order to enable the latter to continue Its program of full-scale absorption of Immigrants in (he Jewish state, It was' learned here today following a four-hour conference between Mr. Ben Gur¬ ion and the American Poale Zion I delegates to the World Zionist Con- ' gress. The conference dealt primarily \ with problems of the Zionist move- I ment in the United States, The i Premier displayed great interest in , the future of Amt^rlcan Zionism and the role which the Zionist I I>fiborltes will play in it. ATTEND NATIONAL JEWISH YOUTH MEETING IN N. Y. COLUMBUS HEBREW SCHOOL'S FALL TERM OPENS AT CENTER THURSDAY The Coluiyibus Hebrew School's fall term begins Thursday afternoon at the Jewish Center. The parents are urged to see to It that their children re-enroll Immediately and start school on the opening date. Dr. A. H. Kanter, president of ' the Hebrew School, is announcing the appointment of two new mem¬ bers to the staff: Mr. and Mrs. M. Rottenberg of New Brunswick. N children should please call the of¬ fice, DO. 7764. Registration for the beginners class should be made now, prior to the opening of the J, Mr Rottenberg has received hia ' arhool. Boya and girls, 7 education In some of the leading educational Institutes in Israel, where he al-so taught for a number i limited to beginners only j are eligible to ; ginners' class. (¦nroll in the Enrollment is he- not df years. Mrs. Rf)ttenberg Is a graduate of the Herzliah Hebrew T(>achers Academy of New York and has a B. A. degree from Hun¬ ter College. Mr. arid Mrs. Rotten¬ berg for the past two years taught at the Hebrew School in New Brunswick. Next Tuesday and Wednesday will be devoted to registration and enrollment. Mr. Daniel Harrison, director of the school, will be In the office every day from 9:30 to 5 p. m. Parents desiring to enroll their Three school buses will acrom- modute all the pupils with trans¬ portation to and from school, as in tl^e paat, An additional bus haa been placed to facilitate the trans¬ portation. This will greatly lessen the time for a good many children to be on the bus. The buses will begin picking up the children next Thursday after 3:IS p. m.. from the public schools. Children who are on the 2nd and 3rd trip will be picked up at home. "Beat the Clock" is Tifereth Israel Sisterhood's Fund Project for 1952 The Tifereth Israel Sisterhood announces, through Its chairman, Mrs. Harry Getz, "Beat The Cloek" aa Ua project for fund raising this year. As a take-off of the well-known television show of the same name, thia project will be climaxed Jan. 23, 19S2, when a planned vaca¬ tion for two persons will be awarded to the winner. This Includes plane travel to New York City, a week-end at the Astor Hotel and amusement arrangements. To be eligible for this prlae. members and non-members may make donations. Each donatlcm al¬ lows them to be the possessor of a specific 'second in a specific minute in a specific hour. An eight-day clock will be prominently displayed in a downtown store window. The Two local young adults arrived in Camp Wei-Met, Narrowsburg. N. y.. Thursday for the 4th annual assembly of the National Jewish Youth Conference. Harriet, Fisher and Eileen Katz were chosen to represent Columbus In the seven- day gathering of representatives of local and regional Jewish youth councils and National Jewiah youth organizations. Top leaders among ('olumbus young adults, thi^se two girls will each have a unique contributif)n to make to the assembly. Harriet has served as both sec¬ retary and vivt preyident ot the Junior Jewish (Community Coun¬ cil, secretary of the Jewish Center Young Adult Council and co chair¬ man of the Junior division of the United Jewiah P'und. Her four years as personal ^secretary to Rab¬ bi Jerome Folkman ha-s furthered her interest in Jewish Ilfe. V Mlss Ktlit. n graduate at Ohio SUUv University, will receive her musters in elemi-ntary education She has served as extx-utive secre¬ tary of Hlllel, social chairman of the Young Peoples' League, and as a day camp counselor and Arts and Crafts Instructor at the Jew¬ ish Center. She has recently been active In initiating several new young adult programs at the Cen¬ ter. The themi- of this year's assem¬ bly Is "Jewish Youth at the Mid- Century DeveIopi;ig A Program for Jewiah Living." Harriet and Elle<?n will participate in dlacussion groups with other young adults representing communiti(?s through¬ out the nation. They will analyze and evaluate the level of Jewish living in their communities and or¬ ganizations in order to make a better contribution as leaders when j they return home. i The purpose of the National Jewiah Youth Conference is to I give Jewish youth an opportunity 11<) discuss Lhe problems tliey huve in common, to exchange informa¬ tion about local youth programs, to learn new leadership skills, to decide how the National Jewish 'Youth Conference can better serve American Jewish youth, and to share in a rich, cultural and demo¬ cratic experience. MIkm Fisher MiNH Katz NEW PRE-SCHOOL AT CENTER OPENS NEXT WEDNESDAY ATTENDS COUNCIL MKETINO This week, Rabbl Jerome D. Folkman of Bryden Rd. Temple is at Lake Geneva, Wise, to deliver a paper on the "Jewish View of . the Family" before the National Council on Family Kelationa. Thla organization consists of those who are professionally Interested In the family and family problems. clock will be set to atop on the final day of the project, Jan. 23. The holder of the ticket correspond¬ ing to the exact aecond on which tho clock stops will receive the planned vacation trip for two per¬ sona. Slaterhood members who pledge their support to this project are entitled, In addition to a chance on the trip, to attend the climaxing luncheon, on Jan. 23, at which the winner will be announced . Addi¬ tional prizes will be avaiUbl^ for those qualified to attend*^e lunch¬ eon. Community support Is solicit¬ ed. Any person may "Beat The Clock." The Jewish Center Pre-School will open its doors al » ft. m. next Wednesday. Everything will be in readiness for this new program of service to the Community. The three bonded school buses, the safely enclosed playground, class room equipment, all that is neces¬ sary to meet the needs for the phyaical and social development of the pre-school child, are ready for use. Every resource of the Center and Ita staff haa been put Into gear - months of planning und Intensive study under the leadership of Ed¬ ward Schlezinger, president, and Mayer Rosenfeld. director, has brought about the finest resources available and helped matte this newest Center xmdt^rl^iliing a last¬ ing tribute to the entire Jewish Community. Mrs. Morria Fox haa been ap¬ pointed to the teaching staff of the , school. It was announced by Mr. ! S«hlezlnger. Mrs. Fox is a graduate i of the College of Education, Ohio State University. During the laat war she waa a member of the Co¬ lumbus Board of Education and helped In organizing tho clty-wlde child care program. The school will remain open Sunday and Monday between the hours of 10 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. parents may complete registration at that time. An all day workshop for teachers anri school personnel, under the direction of Mrs. A. R Schwartz, school director, will be in session next Tuesday. Mr. Joseph Zox. chairman, has scheduled a meeting of the Pre- School Committee and the School's teaching stuff for Tuesday night. The first issue of the Jewish Center Pre-School Newsletter will be received by every parent in the school prior to the opening day with complete information on box lunches. time schedule, school menu, etc. Contact the school of¬ fice at once if your registration has not been completed. COUNCIL WOMEN WILL CONDUCT "TRIPLE COLLECTION" "Triple collection" has become the by-word among membera of the Council of Jewish Women. It means the annual collection of penny banks, tax stamps and jellies all at tho same time, ao your door bell will ring only once, tho' three good causes will be aerved. Your penny bank money takes care of overseas needs for children, your tax stamps supply funds for the good works In this country, while the jellies go rlg.it in Colum¬ bus to Nightingale C'< icage. Get the three items r^ady — you'll aoon have a visitor calling. Chairmen of the three cowin^'t- tees and their vice chairmen are: Penny Banka, Mrs. Allen Gunder¬ aheimer; vice-chairman. Mra. Sol Shaman. Tax stamps, Mra. Robert Skuller: vice-chairman, Mrs. Ru¬ dolph Stern, Jr. Nightingale Cot¬ tage, M+a. Irwin Wolf; vice chair¬ man, Mrs. Justin Slllman.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-08-31|
|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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