Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-06-27, page 01
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Beth Jacobus New Synagogme Opens Tomorrow Tomorrow Ib The Groat Dny for Beth Jacob Congregation of Co¬ lumbus . . . the day for the official opening of the doors of the new B.T synagogue on Bulen Ave., at Livingston. Sunday's program Is divided into two important events - 2 p. m. to ,^.¦30 and 6 p. m. to 9:00. Some of our time's greatest spiritual leaders will participate in the historic ceremonies planned. Thoy will explain to the assembly tho Foundation of Judaism. On tho musical portion of tho program will bo Cantor' Joseph BIrrt'nblatt, famous cantor from Warsaw, Poland. This will be hifl first visit to tho state of Ohio. Ho will sing at tho afternoon and eve¬ ning roromonles. Dr. Morris Mark of Cincinnati, Important figure in Jewish Ute who has just returned from a visit to laraol. will also partiripato anrl will .sing beautiful Jewish and He¬ braic songs. Important messages will be de¬ livered by Columbus' weU-kn(^wn figures .such tm Mr. Jack Schiff. Dr. Marvin Fox and Beth Jacob'.s re¬ nowned rabbi, Leopold Greenwald. Pros. Joo Swartz, Mr. I.,ou Levin and Mrs. Harry Shiff wiU extend short greetings. • ¦ • Every Jew in Cotumbu.*! is urged to participate in this groat event . . . one which will be long re¬ membered. lIW// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\7A\K Vol. ,10, .No. 2li fOl.VMBr.S, .OHIO, rUIDAV, .ir.NK 27, IB.W ^M Devoted to American and Jewish Ideala Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, who delivered the principal addresa at . the (Irst commem^ement exercisea of BrandeU Unlveralty laat week, meets Barrie Lynn Yoblln, six-month-old daughter of Mrs. Carol Tobltn (right). Garol was one o( the 101 young men and women of tbe gnuliiatlng class. Mr. Lazar Etren^r Appointed Assistant Director of Jewish Welfare Federation ~'"''Mr.Ben A.;YitnkiJi,'IV'««)^ent of IJie;^ nounces the appointment o( Mr, tAzar Brenec eis Assistant Dlr^tbr o( the Jewish Welfare Federation. Miss Roae Sugarman la Executive Secretary. Mr. Brener haa a Bachelor of ¦ Arts degree and Master of Social Work degree from Tulane Uni¬ versity. He haa had experience aa a caseworker for the New Orleans Department of Public Welfare, Psychiatric SoSlal^ Worker * in military service, as well as Psy¬ chiatric Social Worker in Veter¬ ans' Administration Mental Hy- gi< e Clinics. Mr. Brener comes to Columbua from Fort Wayne, where he waa supervisor for four years of family servicea of the Panilly and Chil¬ dren Service. He ia a member of the American Association of Social Workers, a former member of the American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, and past prealdent of the Indiana Family Service Association of Indiana. Mr. Yenkin stated that there will be a shift In emphaals from relief giving, to that of counseling. With the strains and stresses of every¬ day living, Mr. Yenkin added there is an increase in the need (or coun¬ seling with regards to problems of marital difficulties, problems of childron, vocational guidance, bud¬ geting and debt adjustment. The Agency will help with plan¬ ning for child placement and is considering the development of a program offering adoption services. One of the urgent problems that the Federation Is now studying is that of planning for the care of the aging of the Jewish community. Recommendations of the study will be available in the near future. CXJUNCIL WOMEN The Counoil of Jewish Women Is sponsoring three new American families. If you have any furniture avall- ablo to give to them, please do so. Call Miss Gerda Baurch, EV. 2871, or Mra. Abe Yenkin, FA. JT74. They will see that aomeone picka up your furniture. FOLKMAN ELECTED At the recent meeting of the Cen- trtfl Conference of American .Rab¬ bis, Rabbi Jerome D. Folkman waa elected a member of the Board of Governors of his alma mater, the Hebrew Union CoUege, Cincinnati. Rabbi Folkman received the de¬ gree of Bachelor of Hebrew Lettera from the H.U.C. in 1928 and was ordained as rabbi in 1931. o FAKBiND I'AKLEV NEW YORK The New York branches of Farband-Labor Zion¬ ist Order have made considerable progress during the past year de¬ spite many handicaps and in the face of losses suffered by moat other organizations, it was reported here by Benjamin Teller, secretary of the New York City Committee of the Order, to several hundred delegates attending the organiza¬ tion's annual convention. * * NASHVILLE For tho flrat time in its history, Tusculum College, a Presbyterian institution at Green¬ ville, has conferred an honorary de¬ gree upon a Jew. "Doctor of Di¬ vinity" was conferred upon Rabbi James A. Wax of Memphis. * * * NEW YORK — Maurice M. Boukstein, general counsel of the Jewish Agency and a member of the negotiating team of the Con¬ ference on Jewlah Material Claims Against Qermany, left by air for the Hague last week-end. « « • JERUSALEM — Mier Haezrachi, director of the organization de¬ partment of the Jewish National Fund, died here this week. He was 57. Bom in Russia, he came to Palestine about 30 yeara ago and devoted himself to world machin¬ ery of the JNF and traditional fund-raising. [THEMATiOA^^ "B" Day is Scheduled July 16 It's (o<) hot 1(1 give hlood? Well . . . Ihat'.s why it's neeclod so desperatel.v. The re¬ serve h.is been depleted because very few persons have taken the time to come down and give bloodi An all-out eainpaign by the Jewish Coninuinity Blood Donor Council is now under¬ way to fill a I.'jO-pint one-day quota. . Telephone call.s are being made' to approximately 3500 peraons to ^""¦"""^ line up reservations for blood donations on "B-Day", Wednesday, July 111, at (he .Ic'wi.sh Ci'nlcr. IJlofxi i.s urgently nf-difl fr,i- three [jilrij'i.'^e.s: 1. Armed fore'e.-^ in Korea. 2. Civilian .stoclipilinK in e^.se cif atomic attaelt. 3. Tlie guarantee of free Itlood to every member nf the .Jewish Community who may need it. The Red Cross Bloodmobile with a full staff will be at the Center from 12 noon to 6:30 p. m. U you do not haye transportation, a Motor Corps will be on duty all day to pick you up and take you back home. An all-day nursery will be maintained for donors' and workers' children. After giving blood, donors will be given a snack of sandwiches, cookiea, tea, coffee, etc. You will receive a phyaical ex- amlnStlon and will not be permitt¬ ed to give blood it you are physical¬ ly unable to do so. Calls are being made all this week. Think twice before giving your answer. Your reply means a matter of lite and death to aome¬ one. :-:fiwtlfni:<3i>eitma/a ot the Drive Is iitBy'ioaeph .Sbhecter. Isador Zel- dli> Is In 'charge of the Men's di¬ vision and Mrs- Norman Melzllsh Is in charge ot the Women's ¦divlaion. Publicity chairman is Gene Ham¬ eroff. All Jewish organizations are represented by the following cap¬ tains: Agudas Achim gynagogue — Ted Flnkelstein and Harry Shell. B'nal B'rith ¦ Al Wasserstrom and David Blue. Broad St. Temple--Hy Weinberg. Bryden Rd. Temple -- Herbert Cummins. Jewish War Veterans — Martin Kaufherr. Bryden Rd. Temple Sisterhood Mrs. George Levlne. Pioneer Women — Mrs. Bern¬ stecker. JWV Auxiliary Mrs. Harry Co¬ hen. Council of Jewish Women - Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Agudas Achim Sisterhood Mrs. Dave Feder, Mrs. Marvin Levine. Hadassah ¦ Mrs. Bernard Frank. B'nai B'rith Women • Mrs. Al Furman. Tifereth larael Sisterhood -- Mrs. Sam Paine, Mrs. Sam Subow. General workers for the women ar6 Mrs. Philip Lakin, "Mrs. Ben- ette Stein Mrs. Max Friedman, Mra. Joe Richman, Mrs. Frank Yassenoff. If you have not made an ap¬ pointment to give, call the B'nai B'rith office, DO. 6221. Early Deadline Since Independence Day falls on the Chronlole'a pub¬ lication date next week, all copy must be In the Chronicle of (Ice by .Ao«|i Tuesday. (Jub' ,i). j>^toil(iaiA''nu'iit>i'^;'>>i>.b^' mitied by id a. m. Bfondsr, June 80. CITIZENSHIP Under the provisions of the Is¬ raeli Citizenship Law, which will become effective on July 14, Israeli citizenship will be automatically acquired by all rettidenta of Israel staying abroad. All thoae foreign nationala ef¬ fected by thl^ provision who are not desiroua of thua acquiring Is¬ raeli citizenship, are requested to apply immediately for further in¬ formation in this matter to the Consulate of Israel, 9S6 N. Michi¬ gan Ave., Chicago, 111. MIZRACHI WOMEN ELECT Officers for the coming season wore elected and installed at the last meeting of the Columbus Chap¬ ter of Mizrachl Women. These include: ^ Mrs. Cy Tannenbaum, pres; Mrs. Ben Jaffe, rec; sec'y; Mrs. David Ralkin, fin. sec'y; Mrs. Ben Dolin¬ ger, corr. sec'y, and Mrs. Jack Win¬ ter, treas. Honorary President of Lhe or¬ ganization is Mra. M. Fin|<lesteln. A panel of vice-presidents was also selected, to include: Mesdames Jacob Sherman, John Thall. "Rose Shapiro, Max O o o d- man. Rose Polisar, F. Cunix, Re¬ becca ThaU, Millie Levin, and J. Fieldman. These women compfise the Board of Trustees, along with the following; Mesdame s Harry Schwartz, A. J. Mellman, Max Barash. O. Yab¬ lok, J. Spelsman,, Frank Nutls Samuel Rubenstein, Anna Katz. Gabriel' Zlsenwine, J. Eisenstein, Julius Baker, Harry Mathless. M, Gurevitz, Max Kanter. Mizrachl Women will hold a rummage sale July 17. All, t h o a e having rummage to donate lo Miz¬ rachl Women for this event are lisked to call Mrs. Rose Shapiro, GA. 5493, or bring to 733 S. 18th St. A $26. defense bond will be given away by Mizrachl Women in the near future. Contributions are be¬ ing received in exchange for three tickets for SOc. Tickets may be ob¬ tained from any of the board mem¬ bers Hated above. Aa In the paat this gift 1 s made possible by t h e annual contribution of Mrs. Harry Sherman, In memory of her fa¬ ther, the late Eli Winter. o — RUMMAOE SALE The glrla of Sigma Theta PI sor¬ ority are planning their annual sale for Aug. 22-28. If you have any old clothes, please call DO. 6894 and the clotjies will be plclied up. PORT JETRVIS. N. Y. - Resolu¬ tions calling for the strengthening of traditional Judaism in this coun¬ try and in Israel were adopted at a convention of Mizrachl Hatzalr, Mizrachl youth organization, here by some 200 delegates representing 15,000 members of the U. S. and Canada. The parley also demanded preservation of the religious edu¬ cation system in Israel. * « • NEW YORK — Judge Samuel I. Roscnman will head the program planning committee for the cele¬ bration in 19M of the 300th Anni¬ versary of Jewish settlement in the Oi,:S,;'ft:wii*'*rtn6uii«edybr,'tJi*-?'A-.'' nterfean Jewlah Tetcententitir^'lCoia- mitt^e. * * * BALTIMORE — The fifth annual award ot the Sidney Hollander Foundation for "on outstanding contribution toward the achieve¬ ment of equal rights and oppor¬ tunities for Negroes in Maryland" has been made to Robert' Freed¬ man. president of a taxicab con¬ cern. - * * • WASHINGTON —Paul Ginsberg, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, asked Pres. Truman to veto the McCarran-Walter omni¬ bus Immigration bill. He called at the White House to report to the president on a world-wide f'P In which he consulted with govern¬ ment leaders of many natloris. The White House also received a telegram signed by 20 editors and publishers of foreign language newspapers in New York urging Truman to veto the McCarran- Walter bill. YOUNGSTOWN - The Youngs¬ town Jewish Community Day Camp wil be operated this summer at St. Edward's Junior High School, a Catholic school made available to the Jewish group by Msgr. William S. Nash, pastor of St. Edwards Church. The day camp was unable to uae the achool building it had in past years because they were under re¬ pairs. Magr. Nash made the Catho¬ lic achool building available with¬ out char^. The Youngstown Jew¬ ish Times, in an editorial hailed this election as "ntergroup rela¬ tions at work." — o — T. I. BOARD MEETING Next regular mjeeting of the Board of Tifereth Israel Sisterhood is Monday, 8 p. m., in the Minnie Cobey Library of the Temple. Any member who la unable to attend is asked to telephone her report to her immediate vice-president.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-06-27|
|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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