Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-10-27, page 01
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^¦.¦p^-***--*:*-'' ¦ ,, .ollglcal & Historical rargh St. at inth-1 LAZARUS, ABEL REPRESENTATIVES AT NATIONAL PLANNING MEETING Ralph Lazarus, United Jewish Fund president, and R. J. Abel, laSO UJF Campaign head, will attend the National Planning Con¬ ference for Israel and Jewish Hehabllltatlon In Wa.shlngton D. C. at the Slatler Hot^l this week-end. The Conference Is an out¬ growth of Ihe meeting in Palestine during September, now known as the .lerusalem Conference. Representatives from Ameri¬ can hUKlnes.s will meet with those from central JewLsh Or- ganlzalion.s and from Israel, to fulfill tho resolution adopted at Ihe .lerusalem Conference. "... Appreciating that thi.s ex|)inralor.y conference lietween I his son. Cpl. I_,ouis Dorfman Jr., .American and Israel leaders will is convalescing at the Brooks be |)rnducllvc lo Ihe degree that Army Hospital, ('i)l. Dorfman FATHER VISITING WOUNDED SON Mr. Loul.'i Dorfman. 77.1 K. Broad Si., left Thursday morn¬ ing for San Anionio. Tex., where all of AiniMican .lewry will share in ils conclusions, wo of America urge the riinvcnlng in the U. S., .It the earliest po.ssible date, of a fully representative, national conference of the Jews of Ameri¬ ca, at which tho concluslon.s reached here may ho presented for Ihe understand+ng and sanc¬ tion of American .lewry, .so that, with full knowledge and determ¬ ination. It may go forward In ac¬ complishing the mo.st construc- live enterprise in Ihe history of our people ..." was recently wounded in the hat lie of Korea. Tho father, on Oct. r>, gave blood for the 28th time, at the Jewish Center ("13" day). Little did he realize the importance of thi.s contribution as when in¬ formed this week that his son is being given blood three times dally, at tho Army Hospital^ Those In the Columbus Jew¬ ish communily who wish to give blood, may do so at the local Blood Donor Center on K. Town St. FOLKMAN, FOX SPEAKERS FOR 30TH ANNUAL IVREEYOH SOCIETY DINNER Sf\V/ Serving Columbus and Central CTiio Jewish Conuntinily \Vy\^ \'n>. 28, .\o. 44 ( OLUMBCH, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, IfWII DAVOt«d to Amnrlciin And JffwiHh IdraU Permanent Scroll Fbr Campaigners .Scrolls lo lie designated offi¬ cially as the Membership Cam¬ paign Honor Roll, will ' hang pernianenlly In Ihe .lewish ('en¬ ter as a mark of appreciation for workers in the original char¬ ter membership campaign. Mei- vUlo D. [''rank, drive chairman, announced today. I Tho scroll, lo ho fashioneil of heavy parchment, will hear the signatures of tho nuire th.ui IOO workers who have boon acti\'(? in solicitation dvuing the past month. Mr. I'Yank said. Thoy will lio given an opportunity lo inscribo Iheir namos-al tho final report mooting of tho campaign. sChodiilod next Thursday at the ('onlor. Workers arc urged to at¬ tend this meeting tcj adil thoir signature's. 'I'o give the .scroll an Tho 'IOth aiuuiai dinner meet¬ ing sponsored hy the Ivreeyoh Society, to ho holil Hunday, Nov. ."). lii.'IO J), in., at Agudath Achlm synagogue, will feature the best in speakers and entertainment. Rabbi Jerome Folkman, spirit¬ ual leader of Temple Israel, will bo Ihe prinoi])ai speaker, and Dr. .Marvin Fox will be the toast- master of the evening. On the talent side, vocal selec¬ tions will be presented by Dr. Cabakoff, accompanied by Mr. Edwin Stelnbrook at the piano. Mr. Harold Topy will do the birthday cake honocs and Mrs. Jack Schilling will give the open- Rabbi Jerome Folkman ing prayer. Proceeds of this dinner, as woll as other Ivreeyoh func¬ tions, will go to financial assis¬ tance for the Columbus Hebrew School and to furnish special facillttes and .scholarships for the organization. Reservations may be obtained from Mrs. A. S. Kohn. chairman, FA. 27li'l, Mrs. I. Nutis, ivree¬ yoh president, DO. 8887, and Mrs. William .Nullman, FA. ¦I8(>n. Mrs. Nullman and Mrs. Jack Schilling, as I'rogram chairman and co-chairman, respectively, are In charge of program ar¬ rangements. . ^'o^nf adult.s aro working rntliuslaNl.lcall,v to hi'lp make the incin'or?*liip cain|>algn *>f the .lowlsh Ccntei- a success. Pictured ul a <'ontinltloo nioeting to pl.'in soll<-ltjitloi)N of the III.2.'; year-old group are officials of llic campaign and volun- toei-s from- jifnior organl/atUnis. Left lo right are HI Hokol, proNldcnt of the lunior Jewish Community Council; .Melvln I). Frank, nienibershlp drive clialrnuin; (.us Rasoli, drive co. or<llnator; Shirley Itermati, .-\1 (>r<'enficld and Martin Liveii- ¦ sleln. LIvenstoln is director of youth activities for the Center. appoarans-o of unil/irmiiy. bliick 'India inl< will bo pi-ovidod. I Kollowijig tho (let. 17 mooting iif camijaign s(iiiri((,rs, 111.", appli¬ cations for momtiorshi|). averag¬ ing throi' individuals for each I family momtiorship, wore crofi. ! itod to tho workers. I Additional reports wore inade I Oct. 21. with efforts increasing until Nov. 2, when the 'formal campaign officially oomos to .m end. immediately following the close of Iho inemhorship drive, tho professional staff of Iho Cen¬ ter will conduct .^(¦tivltios Rog- Ihtration Week. N'ov. .".-12. Mem¬ bers of ages wili 1)0 in\'ili'd to Iho Center to choose thoir tictivi- tios during those seven days. .Amcmg Iho events |ilatuioil are: Athletic Mglit, with gymna-tic ,ind .swimming exhibitions; open¬ ing of games room for the youth group, with tal)lo tennis, shufflo- bo.ird. chess and chi'ckors rour- iiainonts; an art and crafts dem^ (iiisiraticJii: a iidtinal evening with niusir planned ospocially jfiir adults. I Kick-off ilanco for tho toonago ami young tirluit group, schedui- jod for Saturiiay. Nov. II under j the .¦>pon.sorship of the .lunior .lewish Coniinunity C'ouncii, will ho one of tho largest parties of tliis special week. Dr. IMarvin Fox SQUARE DANCE IS FIRST EVENT ON BB SOCIAL GROUP'S CALENDAR An ol' fashioned square dance on Thanksgiving night at the Jewdsh Community Cente'r will Inaugurate activities for the newly-formed B'nai B'rith Soc¬ ial Group, it w'as announced by (lone Hameroff and Robert Hor¬ witz. Mr. Bnic« i Music and onlertalnment will i jhe furnished by Ihe Lazy Ranch I Boys, popular entertainers on ' jKta'liori WRFD. The dale is Nov. | I 23, 7:;iO to 10:30 p. m. | , Tho i.tizy Ranch Boys will pro-I vide a l.^minule stage show. Sipiaro liancing. ballroom danc¬ ing, and communily singing wlH : follow, l-'ree refreshments will ' ho solved. Harry Bruce has been named as chairman. Mr. Bruce has tip- poiiitod the following co-work¬ ers: Ticket cliairman. Sanford' Topolosky; Door Ticket .Sales, chairman, Al Howard; Publicity, Clone Hameroff; Decorations, S e y m o u r Luekoff: Refresh¬ ments, Saul Selgel. The H'nal U'rith Saturday night .Social Group was recently organized to sponsor a greater variety and more social affairs for B'nai BrUh members, wives, and all who wouid like to attend. An extensive social program Is planned for the year. A nominal admission fee of 35c per person has been set to cover costs. ADL Broadcasting Series Scheduled The Columbus office of the Anii-Dcfamatlon League has an¬ nounced Its Jiew Fijll series of radio programs. The series, call¬ ed "The New Frontier," consists of i:i half-hour programs dealing wilh problems of bigotry, prej¬ udice and human relations in Ametica today. It will be broad- i.ist etioh Sunday on station WOSU at .') p. m. Tho initial jiiogram will bo heard Nov. Tt. I ilo programs will consist of di imatic or tiocumoiUary trans- ciiptioiis featuring ^lutstanding •^tii^ ill the ontortainmeni \Mn id followed by jianoldiscus- -.loiis of leading Columhus citi¬ zens who will discu.ss tho mes¬ sage of the traiiscriliod story in terms of tho situation in Colum¬ hus. Tlio program is being spon¬ sored by a community-wide com- mitioe of leading citizens and organizational representatives who are interested in promoting better understanding among the various groups composing tho population of Columhus. The chairman of the sponsoring com¬ mittoo is Dr. Bernard T. Mindlin, .•\nli-Defamation ihairman of /.ion Lodge. Dr. Mindlin' and his committee will supervise tho planning of the programs and (continued od paKC 81 Jewish Center Urges Your Co-Operation I'arking has become a serious problem in and around tho .lewish Center. Complainls have been made by the Berwick Seafood Grill that Jewish Center cars have been parked on the restaurant lot. depriving patrons of parking facilities. "We want to live at peace with our peiRhhors and to ilchiove this aim, let's do everything possible to remedy Ihis parking problem. 1 appeal to everyone's coo|ioration lo this end." President 1, W. Garek, slated. A A Sisterhood Holds Jewish Essay Contest Anniversary Party at Hillel Foundation .\guilaih .¦\chim Sisterhood will hold its annivers.'iiy ilinnor Ihis .Sunday, li pm . in celebr.'i- lion of its l.'',th yoar of oxisl- oiico. All menilKM's and friends are cordially invited lb this colorful aniuKil o\'onl. Following Ihe chicken and kishka dinner, ontortainmeni will ho furnished, featuring Miss Beverly 'i'hal, one of Columltus .lewry's finest artists. Reservations can he made by calling ticket chairman, Mrs. .lack Davis. Kl. 311!). or fund- raising chairman. .Mrs. A. .1. .Meiiniaii. GA. 2:i8.'-i. All annual .lewish F.ssay iirize i'nnte.-.t lias iiooii established at Iho Millcl F'oundalion hy Dr. li. , W. Aliiainson. in meinory of his bolovod wife. Manilla .-\braiiison. ;'l'hree prizes of S2.'i, $l.''i, and $10, ¦u-o to 1)0 awariled to the liest paper.s or essays in the fields of Jewish Scholarship and Contem¬ porary .lewish Problems. Judges and terms of tlie contest will be announced later. ; Dr. .Abramson has announced 1 thflt a special be(|uest to launch ¦this, annual contest was left hy his beloved wife for this pur¬ pose. YPL HALLOWEEN DANCE TOMORROW COCNCIL WOIVIKN'S UO.iRl) MKKTING A most instructive aiul infor¬ mative meeting for board nioni- bors of Iho Council ol .lewish Women. Columbus Seolioii. will lie held Tuesday, 10:30 a. m. to :i::iO p. m. at the .lewish Center. Mrs. .'VIorton Garhus of Los .Angeles, a member of tho Na¬ tional Council of .lewish Women, will conduct this workshop meeling. Mrs. Garhus has Kervuil on both the national committee on-, membership and on social welfare. She is a pasl president of the Los Angeles and Oakland Sections. KAPLAN SPEAKER Rabbi Harry Kaplan spoke on Israel at a Fall Institute on World Order In the Near East at the Broad St. Presbyterian Church, last Wednesday. Looking forward to Hunday night's Voung Peoples League Haliouitn dunce are, left to right: Jerry Cunlx, social eoni- mittee; Miss Sonla Kriss, social co^-hairmanj Harry Jarkey, ever-popular comedian and MC; .Miss Bea Ooldl>»rg, social e«- chairman and .Mitch Cohen, president of the YPL. On the same program with Jurkey ivlli be tho Sullivan Sisters and olher entertainei's. Dance music will be played by the .Mollo-Toues. The dunce sturtH at 8 p. ni. toniorrow in the Broad St. Temple sorial hull, RefreshmentM will be served.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1950-10-27|
|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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