Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-05-04, page 01
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.MrlKiuoUgH;al & Hi.slurical Museum M. High St. al lOtli—1 APPOINT ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR UJF; COMPLETE ROSTER OF SPECIAL GIFTS DIVISION'S VICE-CHAIRMEN Ar prpparatidns for the campaign of the United .lewl.sh Fund proRresR. fr.';impalKn Chairman Samuel M. Melton announced the appointment this week of an Advisory committee, including the following: FJichard Ahel, I. \V. fiarek, Allen Gundershelmer, Ralph Lazarus, Hnrry Roth, .Jack Sehlff. Rohert Schiff. .1. W. Steinhauser, Leo Ya.ssenoff and A. I. Yenkln. Mr, Mellon stated. "These men have served as campaign chairmen in iirevlous campaigns or are officers of ihc I'nited .Jewish Fund Hoard. In siiine cases they. have served in holh capacUles. ¦ - — - Already they have heen very ,,,., ].;||r„,. i,;,uTPnce I'olsler, helpful in l)idlding up the cam-1 i,;||.n,,y i!i„p;t,|-, Charles Uoss, puign organization, 1 have found [iicrhert Schiff. lliiroUl Schiff- man. I.ou Schlczlliger. Hany week." Mr. roster of he Special | feld. A heen com-! A, 1, ^ ihelr .'idvice, hased oh years of experience in Ihe U.IK and cam. paign activities, extremely help¬ ful." "During Ihe past .MeUon staleil, "Ihe vice-chairmen for (lifts Division h.is pleted. The following liave a- gl'eed lo serve: Dr. H. \V, Ahram- ,M)n, Ilarry Heckm.m, Alliert Hlock. Davfd Hluc. DavidChes.';, I.ou Dorm.in. .\l. D. Feinknopf, I.con Friedman, Hoy Frosh. f. \V. (larek. Roliert Click, Arthur (lolfilx'rg. Hen Crceiiherg, Sam Crossman. Henry (Uirevitz, Wil¬ liam Kahn, Herman Kalz, ter Kalz, Frank Kauffman, old (;. Kayne. Louis M. l.evin, .I.lt' .1. Lieherman. Ilerman Luckoff,'f Schwartz, .loe Schw.irtz, Cilherl Selden, S(d Shenk, ,loe Skilken, Sanuiel Shinhaeh, CIIIkmi Siegel, ,1. I.. Welsman. Kmil W.isser- slroni. Roberl Weiler. Ahe Wciii- A. Wolman, Sam Wolf, iikln. Hen Yenkin, .loe /.ox. Hen Zuckerman and Sid¬ ney I.. Kalz. "The success nf the c.imp.iign will depend on Ihc services of ihese men. I know every one will do his |)art and. wilh such cooperation, wc ^vlll acliicve our goal." The goal,.thls year of Ihe I.'nil- Wal-jed .lewish Fund has been scl ;il Har-!Sii:il,i;iiO., the amount rei|iiired meet Columlius' r-esponsibilily •i:) agencies carrying on local. Morrey Maltlin, Sam Meizlish,' n.ilional, overseas relief and Ilarry Mellman, .lack Molar, Ira li:iliililalion—including Israel Monroe, Sigmund Ornstein, Roh-1 programs. ri; 2l\l/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communily \\7AR WRONICLE Vol. 2ft, No. 18 rOH'MBrH. OHIO, FKIDAV, MAV 4, 1951 Devoted to AmerlflMa BDd Jf>wi«h Ideals Metal Trades Division Meets Tuesday The first m;ijor even I of Ihe United .Jewish Fund campaign will take place Tuesday evening, when Morris Colllich will ad dress a meeting of llie paei'- sellers in the Metal. Manufaet urers. Hiillders and Auloniolive division .It Ihe Winding Hollow Counly Club. Iiivllalioris h.ive already gone ror\i,ud lo Ihe leadeis of Ihis division Samuel .Mellon, c.iinpaign chairni,'iii. sl.iled. "1 hope and liiisi thai lhe giving of Ihis group will justify iheir ijosiiion and icspoii.sibili- ty." .Morilz M. ColilU.b is Presi¬ dent of the .lewish Feder.itioii of Allentown, a memlicr of llie Nal¬ ional i].i.\ Canipaign Ciliinei and Nalional Chairman for Re- gicnis for C.JA. He is also a mem¬ lier of Ihe Kxecullve Commillee of Uniitid Halesline Appeal. .As spe<dal consullant to the U. S. Ml <.otlll(l> (Covernment nn problems of Wel- fiH and .Morale for ibe Armed I c ices in World War II, Mr. f.oltlieli toured the Theatres of \\ ir, covering :!,'i,1)011 air miles In one trip. A member of Ihe \\ ir lOmcrgency Cam p .1 i g n ( ouncil of Ihe .Nalion.il .lewish Uiifare Hoard, he was Ch.iir- in in of the Third Service Com- m ind (if tbe I'SO and .lewish Wl lf:ire lio:ird. line of Ameri(;rs foremo.sl ( u le'and eonumni.'ii leadei-^ .Mr. ( otilieb Is I'residenl of Ille .Mid- dli Atlantic Section of the Coun- 111 of .Jewish I''fKleialion anil Wilfare l-'unds. He is acti\e in Illd a member of .National loirds of (he .Joint DistribuMon ( immiltee, Ihe Ameiii;an ,le\'.-- isb Committee, ,lewish Welfare Ho ird and olher nalion.il or- g inizalinns. lie is a pa-t rresi- (rontinufd on pngp 21 Annual B'nai B'rith Hiilel Night Tuesday to Include Second Nominations for Guardian Second nominations for Ouardian of H'nai H'rith—the office Ihal leads to the presidency of the lodge—will be held al the an¬ nual H'nai H'rith llillel meeting Tuesday at the l-'oundation on llilh Ave. 8 H. M. The Hiilel meeting, always one of the high-spots on Ibe H'nai B'rlth calendar will he held jointly by the men's lodge and wom¬ an's chapter. Nominations already made for I —' ¦ the office of Guardian, in whatiEvie and Lou Rosenbloom, will promises lo be another exciting ()en,„n.strate a hiira and several election campaign. Include Saul Sokol and Morris Swedlow, Ceorge Levlne has been nomin¬ ated as secretary. Campaigning will reach a cli¬ max at the annual election meet¬ ing May'22, Oilier officers who will be elected at that lime in¬ clude Sam Topolosky, president; Seymour Luckoff, Isl vice-pres; Harold Topy, Warden; Walter Kalz. treas; and Leon Friedman, the outgoing president, chaplain. A top-flight program has been planned hy Hlllel memhers at Ohio State for Tuesday'.s meet¬ ing. The Hiilel choir, under the (Iirectlon of Lela Gae Beren, will sing; the interpretive dance group, under the direction of other dances. A one-act playlet is being pre- jjared especially for the meeting liy th» llillel Pla.vers, under tbe liirection of Mickey Israelite. The play, "rarting at Insdors" by Richard Nusliaum. will feal¬ ure Sluarl Silbar. fcecanne Hir¬ sch. I.ou Ro.senfeld. Kicliard Hrowning'and Leonard Cominar. Shirley Blum, presidcni of the llillel Student Council, will niake a brief rejiort on the many iliilel activities carried on this year to serve OSU students, .Members of the lodge and chapter are Invited to bring their famiileK and guests lo the meeting. Refreshments will fol¬ low the program. B'nai B'rith's May Prom Tonight at Center This is the nighl of H'nai H'rith's annual paid up memher- shij) dance, and Ihis is Ihe nighl to come out to the .Ic'wisb CeiiK-r :it ,H:;)I1 and enjoy yourselfl Price of admission is free, pro¬ viding your dues are paid up to date. If nol. you may pay your dues at the door, where Mrs. .Sau/ord Kayne, Fxecutive Secre¬ tary, will be present. Howarcl Mauger and ills or¬ chestra—six men and a vocalist — have lieen engaged to perform. Members will be ire.iieil iO|show ihi'in lo the men .it Ihe Ihe best in entertainment: .Mike I door to gel in. The same .iiiplies .Schn-.irlz of Ihc Ccnief. .Master jlo Ihose wlio li.ive p:iiilii|> re¬ nt Ceremonies; Ihe Kigbl .Notes. ' ceipts. an all-male choral group: and a i Morris Swedlow and Saul So- .''.iir|)i Lse act, which will be an-i kol are chairmen of Ibis affair; Waller Kalz and Saul Seigel nounced al llic affair. I'U'nty of hot dogs, "[lop" other refreshmenls will be hand. In order to expedite admit lance to Ihe dance, Ihi'ise win have Cold .Menorah H'nai H'rilh ; College Ave. is still being membership eards. need only paired. md have also worked hard on this on levcnl. I Members are asked to remein- her lo use Ihe Castlegate St, en¬ trance to the .lesvish Center as re- BRYDEN RD. TEMPLE'S BIRTHDAY PARTY IS TOMORROW An outstanding guest sjieaker has heen obtained to highlight Bryden Rd. Temple's llttlb birth¬ day party, (i:,'JO. Sunday evening al the Winding Hollow Country Club, The guest will be Coun- tesH Maria Pulaski, who served wilh greal distinction as an es- j allies during Ihe war. for all members of the Cor>gre- The Countess will deliver a gallon. The dinner will be com- sensalional. spellbinding talk on pletc with a huge birthday cake. ".My Life as a Spy" — the exiil-'lhere will be entertainment, and ing experiences of one of the any speeches or rcpoiis will be most courageiius espionage a. j brief. gcnis of World War 11. i ReservalionS| are being made An informal, .social, enjoyable'at the Temple office. Call F.-\. pionage agent for one of our Igellogethur has been [ilanned 178.38. now. SKIT WILL FEATURE T. I. SISTERHOOD INSTALLATION LUNCHEON MONDAY CAPITOL LADIES TO INSTALL NEW OFFICERS TUESDAY .Next Tuesday is the dale set for the annual installation of of¬ ficers of the Capilol Ladies Auxiliary 122. Jewish War Vet. erans. al the Seneca Holel. A most delicious dinner will be .served promptly at li p. m.. pre¬ ceding the In.stallallon ceremon¬ ies. Opening prayer will lie read hy Mrs. Hernard Kaplan. Mrs. Morris Le.ssure will in¬ stall the following new officers: I'residenl, Mrs, Herman Jac¬ obs; Senior vice. Mrs. Al Rosen; Junior vice, Mrs. Otto Frankel; Treas., Mrs. Jos. I'lolnick; Chap¬ lain, Mrs. Julius Margulis; Guard, Mrs. Martin Kaufherr; ,ludge Advocate, Miss Lana Zeltsman; Conductress, M i s. Sam Katz: Historian, Mrs. IlJivid Ralkin; Trustees, Mrs. Jack Franklin, Mrs. Ed. Fisher, Mrs, Sanford Goldman, Board members: Mesdames Bernard Kaplan, Maurice Gold¬ stein, Bess Gillin, ,lay Harneti, Benny Friedman. M, Stetelman. Color Bearers: .'VIesdames Vic¬ tor Ringer, Gus Ik'urdfs. Hess GllUn, Henry Hock. Murrls Wil- kins. Freda Frazier is sure to de¬ light the audience with her ap¬ pearance on the program. Her draifializatlon of hooks are loved by all who have wilne.ssed her excellent performance. This ix the result of her combining with artistic .sensibility and technical proficiency a love of living and a .sincerity of purpose, both of which she possesses in aliund- ance. Mrs. Louis Grussman and ber co-chairman, Mrs, Nate Radzek. are urging all members lo make every efforl lo see and hear lhl.s outstanding' personality. Reser- valiims mav lie made by calling GA. Km), GA. li)7-l or GA. lOGil. FINAL MEETING FOR ROSE E. LAZARUS SISTERHOOD The final meellng of the year of the Ro.se E. Lazarus Sister¬ hood will he held Tuesday, In the Vestry Room of Bryden Rd. Temple. From 1 lo 2 p. m., a lovely tea will he .served the members. Mrs. Leonard Manekln will give the opening prayer. The business meeting will in¬ clude brief annual reports of the treasurer and president and the Induction of new board Mrs. Harry Getz, outgoing president, and Mra. 9am 8u- boiv, Inconiiug president. A skit honoring outgoing officers will feature the annual in¬ stallation luncheon of the TIfereth Israel Sisterhood Monday, 12.30 p. m., at Broad St. Temple. The skit, entitled "We Give You One Dozen Roses," will fea¬ ture a cast Including Mesdames S. Hplman, Ben Goodman, D. Geichman, Ben Barban, Ben Friedman, L Gurevltz, Norman Roof, Lew Cohen, William Zel¬ ko, Stanley Harr, Albert Blank, Albert Belm, B. Boster and S. Botkln, who will honor the re' (eontlnned on pace S) members, by Mrs. Joseph Engel¬ man. l''ollowing the business meet¬ ing, an original musical skit por¬ traying one of the Sisterhood's most important projects will be presented hy the following mem¬ bers: Me,sdames So! Zell, Jerome Folkman, Sidney Levoff, Mor¬ ris Bromberg, Marvin Glassman. Ivan Gilbert, Sanford Slern, Leo Kessel, Richard Abel, Melville Frank, George Nacht, Beverly Thai Singer, Stanley Goldberg, Allien Goorey, Allen Gunder¬ shelmer, Sr., Myer Hausman and a group of 8l)-year-young honor¬ ary members. Three fortunate memhers will he presented the three $2S.0O bonds, .donated by Mr. and Mrs. Myer Hausman, at the close ot the program. ISRAELI BOND DRIVE NETS $25-MILLION FOR FIRST DAY NEW YORK (AJPl — Ameri¬ can Jewry poured their hearts, muscles, and money into tfie $500,000,000 Israel bond cam¬ paign, the largest voluntary philanthropic aid program in -American history, as the huge campaign was formally launched from the b ind head(iuarters In downtown Manhattan this week. Unofficial first day sales flg- gures Indicated a po^ible na¬ tion wide sale of around $25,000.- 000, representing half of the to¬ tal which bond leaders hoped to present to Prime Minister David Ben-Our!on at the Madison Sc|uare Garden Rally next Thursday. The three switchboards were so swamped ihal operators, who have a reputation for politeness, could hardly answer urgent questions. At the Zionist Organization of America, committed to the sale of $100,000,000 In bonds, similar excitement prevailed. A huge blackboard sloocTIn the recep¬ tion hall and at noon on the opening day, a totSl of over $8,000,000 In sales had been post¬ ed.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-05-04|
|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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