Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-03-13, page 01
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Alcnuuuiiiiitai vv lliotoiitul Museum N. High St. at 15th—1 - jmSo:^y "llWJ/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\7AlK Vol. SI, No. II COLUMBUS, omo, FRIDAY, MARCH 1.1, 1953 Devoted to Amerlcon and Jewish Ideal! Mrs. Frank Features Hadassah Meeting Next Tuesday, 1 p. m., at the Jewiah Center, Hadassah will pre¬ aent Mrs. Melville Frank ns guest artist. Mrs. Frank, who ha.s Riven In- numfirnblo concert.s in Columbus and surrounding areas, ia a highly appreciated artist, both for h(?r very distinguished piano playing and her grnnious and c h arming manner. It la alway.s a rare treat and a privilege to listen RT her. For TiKwday's meeting, Mrw. Frank hoH an exciting concert planned , with HclectlonH frnm .Schumann, depicting v a r i o u h phuHCM of "The Carnival". A snript entitled "Diary of n House wif I'".-, to bo j|;^cad by Mrs, Stanipy Wiis.sfrHtrom, will conclude the program. Mrs. Harry Schwartz will give the (tpcning prayer. A dr.ssert tea planned by Ho.s- I pitnlity chairmen. Mrs, I^uis Wil- an and Mrs. Joaeph Haas, will [ re(!f'cle tho meeting. A .s .s i .s t i n g hem aa hostesses will be Mra. Abr Venkin. Mrs. Aaron Canowltz and ''Irs. Milton Goodman. A (Iof>r prize will again bo given iway. Mrs. August Schofer held the ijcky ticket at the laat meeting. Above are Mn*. -lock KcHler, Mrs. Bernard FeitlinBef and Mrs. Sidney Putchat, pictured with Home of tho auction items for to- nighfs "Hoe Down" affair Mponsored by the local Council of Jewish Women, at the Center. * « « Tonight's the night for Council Women's big "Hoe Down" at the Jewlah Center, starting at 8:30. And In case a few have missed out on tho previous reviews of the activities for this moat exciting evening—here it Is again. Round and square dan,cing\ to MRS. LAZAR DISCUSSES "ART AS A HOBBY" Mra. Rose Lazar, Art Inatrgctor at the Jewiah Center, whoae water colors and oil paintings aro now on exhibition at the Center, gave a radio talk on WOSU last Monday. Her topic waa "Art Aa A Hobby". She indicated that aalde from the fun, relaxation, and self expression that an art hobby offers. It also gives one an excellent opportunity for understanding and appi^eciat- ing. work of art through all the ages. TWIG 17 MfcETXNG Rfcgular monthly meeting of Twig 47, Children's Hospital, will be at the home of Mrs. Nate Kes¬ aell, 558 Gilbert St., next Wednes¬ day. The Twig's card party will held after the meeting. be Bob Verbeck's orcheatra, a,big atic- tion with a great variety |of val able items and Si Lakin dbing th honora, a fabuloua door prize, favora for everyone, real Hoe Down "vittle.s." games that will really test your akill, and COM¬ PANY -everyone will be tliere. Don't forget to gather up your tax atamps, fqr Mra. Herbert Schiff. tax stamp chairman, ia giv¬ ing a gift? tq.evcrypne who turns in a package of them. A very special gift wlll be awarded to the person turning in tho moat stampa. All of tlie proceeds from this affair will go to support the many worthwhile aotivitiea in whieh Council partlcIpaUtH. Tho Councilcttea want to remind you that you will be able to leave your order for Barton's chocolates with them at their booth. (conllDiied on paKo *^ Auxiliay Affair At Center Next Week A tasty chicken dinner will be served by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War V^'terana for their annual tax stamp project next Tuesday, 6:30 p. m.. at the Center. Admission la $3 in cash, or equi¬ valent In tax atamps. Chairman ia Mrs. Norman Roof, assisted by Mra. Leon Beck, Mra. Harry Cowan, Mra. Sarah Fisher, Mrs. C<'Ha Katz and Mrs. Sam .Goldman. .,ji_r--x I Card playing will follow tho din¬ ner and gueata are aakt^d to bring their own canasta or mahj seta. ( Your attrniiance at the" JWV Auxiliary's tax stamp party Tues¬ day means a helping hand' for hos¬ pitalized veterans. Shown above inspecting one of the trophies .to he awarded at the first annual city-wide Brothftrhood stag meeting are Stanley Harr. prcNident of the T. I. Men's Club; Hay Kaiin of Bryden Kd. Tenipl<r-Brot1i<'rhood and chairman of ttie meeting, an<l Duve Fe.erer, chairman of the gin-rummy tournament. Joe Eisenberg Is In charge of i^rnmgementw for the duplicate Bridge tournament. Highlight of the clty-wlde Brotherhood meeting next Thursday at Bryden Rd. Temple, 8 p. m.. will be the participation of all local rabbis in a short panel discussion: "Aa the Rabbl Sees the Brotherhood". Rabbis J. D. Folkman of Tcmpie Israci. Harry Kaplan of Hillel. LeO' pold Greenwald of Beth Jacob, Samuel W. Rubenstein of Agudas Achim and Nathan ZeUzer of Tlf¬ ereth Israel, wlll attend the first of what is expected to be a series of annual meetings. Bryden Rd. Temple Brother¬ hood is official host for the initial meeting. According to Sol Shaman, Pro¬ gram chairman of Bryden Rd, Temple Brotherhood, an outstand¬ ing evening of entertainment has been planned. Men of every Colum¬ bus Jewish congregation gire In¬ vited. A "kosher smorgasbord" will bo featured and a gin-rummy and T- 2nd Intergrroup Tea March 24 at Center Plans are^ now being completed for the second annual Intergroup Tea sponaored by B'nai B'rith Women, according to Mrs. Norman Katz, ADL chairman of the chap¬ ter. The iinnual affair will bo at tho Jewlah Center Tuesday, March 24, 12:30 p. m. The program is being arranged by the ADL committee and the Regional ADL office. Arrangements have been made for members of numerous religious and civic women's organizations to attend. As In the past, a tour of the the Mizrachi Women's Meeting" Tomorrow duplicate bridge tournament Have Jewfah Center will precede (continued on pace 4> boen planned. Engraved trophies wlll bo awarded to tournament winners, Ray Kahn. chairman of the . Mizrachi Women will hold their 1 meeting, has received the whole- regular meeting tomorrow. 2:30 p. | hearted co-oporatlon of representa- m,. in the Ahavas Sholom social I tives of all congregaUons Jn plan- hull. CULTURAL SERIES TO PRESENT DR. VICTOR REICHERT SUNDAY NIGHT viThal and piitorlttl report (in larail and .si'VituI s will be prfs.-nled li.\ Rev. Dr. Victor Reichcrt ns cm thf CcntiT Cultilriil SiTi.-n, this Sunday ev.jning A fuaiinatiHK European countrii the next program ot 8:;J0. Subject matter for Rabbl Keichert'a illu.Htrated lecture, tilled An¬ other Innocent AbrotuI, was gathered during Rabbl and Mra. Relchcrt'a recent travels through Israel. Greece. Soiithern France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Holland and Germany. This trip was tendered Rabbl Belchcrt by the Rockdale Temple of Cincinnati In appreciation of his quarter century of service as that congregation's spiritual leader. The Center Is proud to call on one of Ohio's outstanding Jowlsh personalities for this closing lee. ture on the current Cultural Series. Rabbl Relchert, a • member of the faculty of the University of Cin¬ cinnati, has appeared frequently on radio and television programs cen¬ tering around biblical and other literary themes. Admission to this program Is free to Center membera, while non- members wlll be charged tl. per person, tax Included. Reservations may be made now by stopping at the Center desk or by calling DO. 2731. Refreahments will be served by MrH. Julius Baker, in honor of the recent marriage of her daughter. ] and by Mra. O. Yablok. mother of Mr.s. Baker, in honor of the mar- ! Huge of her granddaughter. Hilda Baker, aij well aa the marriage of ; her granddaughter in larael. All membera and frienda are urgeil to attend thi.s mieting, W'hiili will be the la.st opportunity to ecintribute funds for Moe.s Chlt¬ im fpr I'aaaover food for the many j ning thu meeting. Bill Goodman represented Aguda'Si Aehim Broth¬ erhood. Stanli-y Harr for T. T. Men'a Club. l.eonard Schwartz of Both Jacob Brotherhood and Bar¬ ney I^inger of Ahavas Sholom. No admission eharge will be mad)'. Brotherhood Social Agudas Aehir Good news for tlu.' Brotherhood, The fir.st big aoeial event for , ., . , . ,. , L 1 I , nujnibera and their wives is aehi'd- ehildren and mlultn In sehonl.s nnd ''" , „ . ... ,.,.,, , V. Ml ed for Sunday evening. March inatitutions maintained in Israel by , i u ii ^ Tu 22. n the social ha 1 of the syna- GOLDEN AGE CLUB PURIM SUPPER Golden Age Club wlll meet In the auditorium of the Center Mon¬ day, 8:30 p. m.. for the annual Purlm supper. Talented grandchildren of the Oolden Agers wlll present a varied progrom of dances and instrumen¬ tal music, wltii Mike Sch,wartz act¬ ing as M.C. Endless surprises and a delicious supper have been planned by the committee, headed by Mrs. Her¬ man Sonkin and Mrs- R, Paper. Mizrachi Women of America, A substantial sum' for the Moes Chltlm Fund was realized laat week when Mrs. John Thall and Miss Margaret Thall were joint hostesses at a tea and card party at their home, 179 N. Merkle Rd. For the past several years, Mrs. Thall and Margaret have held such affairs, which have realized large sums of money being raised for Moes Chltlm, and Mizrachi Is grateful to them, as well as to all who attended and made contribu¬ tions, for their Interest and sup¬ port of this worthwhile project. Final report on the rummage sale held recently, as well aa on tho Moes Chltlm tea held at the home of Mrs. Anna Katz, wlll be made at Sunday's meeting by Mrs- Cy Tanenbaum, president of the local chapter of Mizrachl Wpmen. gogue. Starting time is 8:30. President Willie Goodman and his entertainment chairman. Harry Berlin, have been working on plans for an extensive program for the gala occasion. There will be a dance, enter¬ tainment and refreshments, all at np cost to the members; Heads BB Delegation At Switzerland Sidney G. Kusworm of Dayton, O., national treasurer of the Su¬ preme Lodge, B'nai B'rith; past preaident of District 2, and one of the outstanding B'nai B'rith load¬ ers in the U. S,. left for Zurich, Switzerland, laat week-end, to head the B'nai B'rith delegation to the World Jewiah Emergency Con- ferenci'. Thia important meeting consid¬ ered the anti-Semitic situation in Russia and the countriea behind the Iron Curtain. While in Kurope. Mr, Kusworm will, also represent B'nai B'rith in its attempt to get proper repara¬ tion from AuatVltt for the proper¬ ties of our co-rcllgionists, which the Austrian government confiscat¬ ed. Mr. Kusworm will return March 23, will attend the meeting of District 2 General Committee in Topeka, Kans., on March 29-30, at which time he wlll give a brief re- . port of hla findings. ^ Prizes to be Awarded at Beth Jacob Stag Beth Jacob Brotherbood'js entertainment committee has launched preparations for an exciting meeting Tuesday, March 24, in the social hall. Worthy prizes will be awarded to BJ membera who can qualify for the Brotherhood's "surprise event of the month." Notices are being mailed to members, advising them of tho neces¬ sary qualifications tor the prizea. After a buffet-style hot-dog dinner, card games will follow to mak^ It a complete evening March 24.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-03-13|
|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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