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ATCtiaeoUalcal & Historical T^ St at 15UV-1 IHRONICLE 'TiKJ/ Serving Columbua and Cenlraj Cftlo Jewish Communlly \\?AR Vol. 29, No. 36 (•OLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBFR 21, lOSI Dpvolcd (<i American iind Jcwl.<4h Idf>jil.<; DOC LEMON TO MC JODNT B*NAI B'RITH MEETING Oi' Doc Lemon, popular star of radio- and television, will be the gijeat artist and master of cere¬ moniea at the first meeting of B'nai H'rlth in Columbus Tuesday, when Zion lodge and lis women's chap¬ ter join to present an evening of 4 ntertninment for its memberH. The program will be held in the Hiiditnrlum nf the .Jewish Center, following, separate businea.s meet¬ ings of the two groups. The women's chapter will meet for Its first business meeting of the si'ason. promptly at 8 p. m , in the Adult lounge at the Center, with Mrs U. B. Caplan, presiding. An attendance prize will be awarded and details of tho current mem¬ bership drive, as w(*II as informa¬ tion regarding the forthcoming Donor Project, will be presented. A highlight of the meeting will be the presentation of awards to women who have earned certificates of merit from the Distrlet Grand IjOdge for their work in Veterans Affairs. The following women, who have devoted hours of service to the Chilllcothe Hospital Veterans, will receive certificates Tuesday night: Mrs. A. M. Pollock, chair¬ man; Mrs. Leo Glnsburg. Mrs. j Paul Meyers, Mrs. Sol Rising, Mrs, , J. A. Barnt'tt, Mrs. David Ralkin . and Mrs, Louis Robins. '^ ! AGUDAS ACHIM MOVES TONIGHT Agud»H Aohim Congregation will offlciully move to Us new qunrtent 1 on Broad St. at Uoosevelt tonight, I Jufit prior to the SliehrtH Service,! (luring which time the Sefer Tonvhs ' will be deposited in the New Ark. AH future Kervlces will be held In the new building, xtie traditional morning Sllehos servlew will be | held all week at the Bexley build- 1 Ing, as well lut the dally morning I an<l evening worship. j At the recent convention in Kan¬ sas City, It was announced that the publication of the local chuptcr, the Spotlight, was one of the. win¬ ners of the District Bulletin Con¬ test, and its editor, Mra. .loju'pii Plotnlck, will be awarded a eertl- ficttte for the honor, as will Mrs. Richard Crundstein and Mrs Philip Dolin, whose Publicity Scrap Book won second prize Mrs. Sam Nedelman and Mrs Aaron Zacks, program chairman together with Richard Grundsteln in <'harge of (he i>rogram for tin men, promise an evening nf rib tickling hilarious fun and enter talnment for all. Entitled "Good Sports." details of the program have h*'on K*'pt seci-et by mem bers of the committee, but it is no secret that program will be well worth seeing. With Mrs. Meyer Hoffm^an and her committee in charge, refresh ments wili be served following the meeting. Dr. Timerman Guest Speaker for Temple Brotherhood Affair Yom Kippur Night Dance Open to Community First annual Yom Klppur Night dance will be held at the Jewiah Center Wednesday, Oct. 10, from 9 to 12-.0Q. hivery year, Jewish resi¬ dents of Columbus urge such an affair for Yom Klppur night. Therefore sponsors of the dance Ueen-agers, young adults, young married couples, affiliated with the Center) have planned an answer to the popular demand. in cities throughout the U. S., Yorri Klppur donees are held to provide an opportunity for the en¬ tire Jewish community to celebrate together the culmination of the high holidays. These dances are traditionally gay and festive. This year, Columbus Jewry will participate in tho merrymaking, with the dance being open to the entire community. -^'ggy Coyle's orchestra, with vocalist Jerri Champ, has been en¬ gaged for the evening. Coyle's or¬ ganization has broken attendance records at many night clubs in Ohio and_ is popular with country club and college groups. Co-chairmen of the dance are Bernard Zell and Mlss Kileen Katz. Mike Schwartz is the Center's staff advisor. Committee chairmen are Ronald Rosen and Helen Nutis, tickets; Marcla Fisher, program; Mrs. B. T. Mindlin. decorations; Joe White, refreahments; Mildred Ci¬ vets and Shirley Fisher, publicity. Tickets will be $1.20 per person and $1.80 per couple, tax included, and are available at the Jewiah Center. $.50-MILLION NOW AVAILABLE TO ISRAEL THROUGH BOND ISSUE Kxpressing Israel's determination to achieve economic indepen¬ dence. Eliezer Kaplan. Minister of Finance, has advised the Israel f^abinct thnt $r)n.ono,000 has become available to the State of Israel as a result of the ctirrcnt $5W.000.00() Isrnel Independence Bond I.ssue. Henry Montor and Samuel Rothberg. leaders of the Bond drive, were preaent at the Cabinet meeting on the progress of the drive in America. Mr, Kaplan presented a detailed report on the expenditures and al¬ location of the first Bond proceeds covering investments of $i}0.212.000 in the expansion of IndiL-itry and mining, the development of electric power nnd the increase of agricul¬ tural production. Mr. Kaplan listed the following major allocations and expenditures; $I3.()«0.000 for industry and min¬ ing, including the eiiploitHtion of large pent depo.sit.s in the Huleh area and the first step.s in the min¬ ing and processing of phosphates. Kaol.n. glass, sand, copper, mang¬ anese and bituminous llmfstone. $10,]0<),0(>0 for the development (if el<'ctric power, including the purchase of two generating units to keep pace with the rising tempo \ of industrial expansion, I $I2,I2K.O0« for agriculture, pro¬ viding for new irrigation projecta plus li')ans for enlarging the pro- dtuLlon of vegetables, fish and other food products. $fi,734.(M)0 for transport and com¬ munications, involving the exten¬ sion of railways and new harbor developments at the Kishon River and Haifa. $a.2n0,0O0 tor housing in indus¬ trial areas to provide for workers in the newly established factories. $2,U40.0OO for the expansion of existing hotels and new hotels for increasing tourist trade. Winding Hollow Country Club will he the .Hcene of Bryden Rd. Temple llrntlwrhnnil'M o p e n i n R meeting 'lexl Thur.sday, 6:.30 p. m. 'I'he guest after- <i i n n e r speaker will be Rev. Dr. ll o n Timerman. KxiTutive S e cy of t h e Franklin County Council of C h u r c h e .s. Dr. Timerman, who recently returned from an extensive tour nf h^urop- e a n countries, will siM'ak on the subject: "As I Saw Kuropc i n Or. Timerman VJfiX." He IS pastor of the First Metho¬ dist Church In Bellefontalne. O. He received college degrees at the uni¬ versities of Minnesota, Michigan. Boston. tJhio Northern and Ohio Wesleyan arid has an impressive background of r(?llgious education, youth worK and community, state anrl national activities. Dr. Timerman served in the first world war. is chaplain for three American Legion posts ' and is a member of the Kherwood Eddy Kurfipean Seminar of 1951. LAKIN AWARD TO LEO YASSENOFF \ NEW MEMBERS TO BE HONORED AT COUNCIL WOMEN'S OPENING MEETING TUESDAY AT BRYDEN RD. TEMPLE Columbus Section of the Council of Jewish Women will go to a pre¬ miere TV color broadcast next Tuesday., 1 p. m.. al Bryden Rd. Temple. Plenty of glamour and lots of personalities will highlight the premiere production, according to the program chairman. Mrs. Howard Bloom. Those participating will be: Mes¬ dames Sol Zell, I. M. Rrenner, .Joe Rubin, Irving Russell, Jimmy Goodman, Marvin Glassman. Stan¬ ley Davia, Leonard Stern, Alan Myer, Bernard Feltlinger, Sidney Blatt, Charles Goldsmith. Klmer Engelman, Arthur Kobacker. David Roth. Paul Sloan. 3tanley Gold¬ berg. Aaron Horowitz, Oscar Wea¬ ton, Gernard Cohen, Francis Rush, Ray Kahn, Albert Sutton. E. L. Goodman, Nathan Polater and Mlsa Barbara Zell. Mrs. Oscar Weston, membership chairman, and her committee have been busy signing up and acquaint¬ ing now members with Council's varied activities. The new members, for whom the )?ntire. affair Tues¬ day Is being built around, will be prominent in the roles planned for them. They will be honored with lovely cor.sages and will finfl through this opening meeting of ('ouncll the particular niche In the organization. Mrs. Ben Kahn is hospitality chairman and e^ssures that the lovely tea that haa been planned SPKCIAL NOTK^E Board members of the Jew¬ ish Welfare Federation are urged to attend the meeting of the Federation next Thurs¬ day. 8:30 p. m.. at the Jewish Center. Matters that are ur¬ gent in the progress of the program of the Federation will be discussed. Ben Yenkin, PreNlilent will be more than a warm bridge of welcome. One of the new paid-up members will be presented with a beautiful houae gift. When the new members have a chance to meet and know of the activitif.'H as well us those whci par¬ ticipate in such activities as C^hil- drrn's Hospital, HUpiiliea for or¬ phans, cancer clinic, services to new Americans, i-tc. they will find just the place they will enjoy the most in the organization. Don't forget to Include with your Council-going accessories, a bar of soap, your bundle of tax stamps and pencils and paper (school < tabletai. These articlea are greatly needed and surely will enhance your fall outfit for Tuesday's meet¬ ing, ; Many items you are planning to , replenlah your cupboard withj I wash cloths, towels, etc.) can be I purchased at the blind aale which i will be held at the meeting. | JCC UNANIMOUSLY RE-ELECTS OFFICERS FOR 1951 -1952 Harry Schwartz and the other officers of the Jewiah Community Council were unanimously n elected to serve another term at the meeting of the organisation held last Tuesday at the Jewish Center. The other officers are: lat vice-pres., Leonard Stern; 2nd vice pres., Abe Wolman; Srd vlce-prea David Goldsmith; Treas., Herbert Wise. Members of the Nominating Com mittee are: Mrs. E. J. Gordon. Richard J. Abel, Leon Friedman, David Goldsmith. Sam Melton, A. 1. Yenkin. Mrs. E. J. Gordon, chairman of Nominating, stated that the com mittee was Impressed with the ex eellent leadership provided by Harry Schwartz and the other offi¬ cers. Members pf the Council a- greed that their record of service warranted renomlnatlon, pdrttcu- larlly since they had fill served but one year. Harry Schwartz The Jewiah (Community Council went on record with a vote of thanks and appreciation to David Mellman, who has served aa secre¬ tary and who now retires from thla poat. The Council, then, in line with the decision made almost ^ year ago. elected Maurice Bernateln, Ex¬ ecutive Director of the United Jew¬ iah Fund, to aerve as Executive Secretary of the Jewish Community Council. The Council, on proposal of the Nominating Committee, elected the following to serve as members of the Executive Committee: Richard J. Abel. Mrs. Kose Cap¬ lan, David Cht^sea. Troy Feibel, Melville Frank,. Rabbl Jerome D. Folkman, Ivan Gilbert, Mrs. Ben Kahn, William Kahn, Dr. Abe Kan¬ ter. Herman Katz, Mrs. Sam Lup¬ er, Samuel M. Melton, Raymond Nateman, Dr. Bernard Mindlin, Mrs. M. J. Papurt, Martin Polster. Mra. Jack Kesler. Rabbl Samuel W. <c«atlBue4 od paxfl 4) Leo YuKsenoff One nf the beat B'nal B'rllh in¬ stallation banquets in many years was hpld lasi Sunday at the Jewish Center. In a program highlighted by tine speeches heard by over 400 people, one of the most outstanding events was the preaentatlon of the Sanford 1. Utkin Award to Mr. Leo Yaasenoff. Mr. Yassenoffs heartfelt acceptance of th<' award touched everyone there. i'he award was aet up as a mem¬ orial to Sanford Lakin, past presi¬ dent of the local lodge, who was killed during World War Ii. It is given to a member of the lodge who has made outatandlng contributions to the Jewish community, B'nai B'rith and the community at large. Leo Yassenoff'was selected for the honor because of his participa¬ tion in the Ohio State University Development fund. Charity News- iec. Big Brothers and the. United Jewish Fund, and because of his devoted interest In the Edwin J. Schanfarber Memorial building. Tifereth Israel Educational Build¬ ing, Jewish Cen^r and the Agudas Achlm. Synagogue. I The award was presented by Sam Luper, chairman of the Lakln Award committee. Other members of the committee were: A. A. Wol¬ man, A. B. Gertner, Leon S. Fried¬ man and Dr. S. D. Edeiman. o Musical Program For Pioneer Women Columbus' favorite local talent will be featured next Wednesday evening at "the Jewish Center in a gay musical program. The occasion is the paid-up membership party being held by Pioneer Women of Chapter 2. The golden voice of Shirley Plot- kin will be enhanced by her loveVy accompanist, Harriet Reeder. Mrs. Abe Samelson, known for her in¬ imitable syle of comedy, and Mrs. Bernnr^i Doctor's charming love song.s will add to the enjoyment qf all Al.so included will be a skit pre¬ sented- by sevi'ral members of the group, directed by Mrs. Jack Cooper lli.'Si-ri2 promises a great year for women in the community working with Pinnei-rH. Just returned from the Ijjennial convention in Chicago, Mrs Sanford Betker has many new ideas and is anTclous to put her knowledge to work for the women of Israel. If you have no transportation to the Center Wednesday, call Mrs. L, Stein, FA, 1403, and a ride will be tirranged. o POHT BAR MITZVAH CLASS Announcement is being made by Mr, Daniel Harrison, Dirtwtor of the Hebrew School, of the opening of a Post Bar Mitzvah Claas which will meet once a week from 8 to B p. m. on a night to be designated.. Thia class Is not limited only to- former students of the Hebrew School. Boys and girls from H to 16 are welcome to register. The course will Include Hebrew prayers, .customs and ceremonies, and Jew¬ ish History. For details and registration call Mr. Harrison at the office- DO-. 7764. o - SI»ECIAL BROADCAST The flrat nationwide United Jew¬ ish Appeal broadcast for 1961 will be presented over the Mutual Broadcasting Syatem Monday, from 10:30 p. m. to 11. EDST. In CoJum¬ bus, WHKC will carry the program. This dramatization, entitled "The Man Who Was ^xalted," la a special high holy day program. o CONDUCTS SERVICES Allan Tarshish will conduct high holy day services for the Marlon (O.) Jewish congregation for the 10th consecutive year. He officiated for the Fremont (0.) congregation from 1936-41.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-09-21|
|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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