Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-09-28, page 01
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AiTn.n")iiKii.;il & lli.sloncal Miisi'um N. IliKh St. nt Ilith—1 fHRONICLE 2jf\\/y~Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community^\\//\\^ Vol. 29, No. 37 CX)U;MBrS, omo, KUIDAY, SEITKMnKB Wt, Wlii Devoted to American and Jewish Ideali Richard J. Abel is New UJF Presndent Rirhard J. Abol waa \inftnimonaly < Ice ted president of the United Jewish Fnnd nt a meet ing of its Board of Directnrs held Sept. 20 nt (he Jewish (.'enter. Allen (Jundcr- .sheimer made th<! nominationa in belialf of the Fnnd'.s Nominating Committee, The other member.s of thifl t'ommlttee were Mrs. Jack H. Kenler. JaeU Schiff. Robert Weiler Hnd Ahe Yenkln. In pre.senLinK the nomination, Mr. c;ijn<ler.shelmer r<'viewed Mr. Abi-l'M reeord nf .service to the community. Mr. Abel has been vice-president nnd laat year's CampalRn chairman (if the Fund. He has also served In the following: posts: secretary of the Jewish Center Board, prealdent of Rryden Hd. Temple. Brother¬ hood and. member of the Temple Boarrl. chairman of the national Automotive Division of th<' LMlted Jewish Appeal, chairman of the Men'a Division for the March of iJimea campaign, member of the Excutlve Committee of the Frank¬ lin County Polio Society, of the Budget Committee of the Columbua Community Chest, the Jewish Wel¬ fare Federation Board, the Ohio Stale UniverHity Vlillel Advisory j Board, the Jewiah Community Ouincil K X V c ii t i v e Committee, B'nal B'rlth Executive Committee, | the ADL Regional Board, the Belle¬ faire Regional C'hlld Care Service in Cleveland, the National Council of the Joint Distribution Commit¬ tee, the Executive and National Finance Committees of the Ameri¬ can Jewiah Committee and .secn- tary of the Winding Hollow Coun¬ try C'lub, Mr. Abel Uvea at 276fi Brentwood Jid. He and hia wif<', Cusaie. arc the parents of Bette, Habctte and Suaan. He ia the prealdent of tlie Abel Corporation. Sam M, Melton, Julius W. Stein¬ hauser nnd Abe I. Yenkln were un- anlmoualy elected to serve aa vice- presidents. Abe Weinfeid as treas¬ urer and Jack Schiff, associate treas. Mr. Melton waa campaign eiuiir- man of this year's auccesaful UJF drive. Mr. Steinhauser has aerved as treasurer for aeveral years. Mr. Yenkin contlnuea In the poat he has held. Mr. Weinfeid served aa co-chairman with Mr. Stelnhauaer i participation of every member of of the Collections Committee; Mr. the Board nnd all those who have Schiff continues his leadership In | the interest of the Jewiah com- Ihe post of associate treasurer. j munlty at hr-art. He expressed his In accepting his poat, Mr. Ahel j delight at the choice of his fellow stated he hoped to have the active j officers knowing that they would he effective as an administration team. He paid tribute to the leader- s.'up of thi' out-going president, Ralph I^i7.aru.H. for achieving a inited community serving the gen- I r ll, as well aa the Jewiah. welfar<'. H thanked the Board-for the con- fiden'c placi'fi in him and hoped he (ciild continue the fine record aet t> his prcdeecsaora. J'ln' Hoard gave a standing ova- ti n to Fiatph I-Jizarus In approcia- ti( n of hia aerviei' tO the United I wish Fuhd and the community. I iiere were expressions of deep n gret at the prospect of his leav- ng Columbus. Mr. Abel, however, announced that since Mr. I-^zarua waa not moving until some time n(xt year, he wlahed him to aerve, aa chairman of the Allocations Committee. The request was en¬ thusiastically approved by the Board and Mr. Lazarus consented, stating that any succeas his admin¬ istration enjoyed was due to the support of the Board and all others. He added that the presidency of the Fund is hard work, but alao fun. He enjoyed thf privilege of getting to know many of the fine people of Columbus Jewiah com- ,munlty and went on to aay that we have a wonderful citizenry here and he would alwaya feel a part of Columbus nn matter where he was. The Board of Directors, on the pr<ipoaa! erf the Jewish Community Qouncll, then elected or re-elected the following to serve as members ¦ if the Board of the United Jewish Fund: Dr, B. W. Abramson. Harry Beckman, Leon Friedman, Harry Cilbert. Arthur Ooldberg. Mrs, Allen Gundershelmer, Mra. l-.e<i Kessel, Mra. Alfred J, Kobacker, Charl(.-a Lazarua. Herbert Li nick. Dr. Louis Mark. Morrey Mattlin. Sigmund Ornstein, Lawrence Pol¬ ster. Ed, F. Schlezinger, Mra. Jos¬ eph D. Schecter. Justin Sillman. Joaeph S, Summer, William Was¬ serstrom, Abe A. Wolman, Leo Yaa¬ senoff. ((¦ontlooril OD pSKfl l^f Molly Picon to Highlight Donor Dinnerj^'*"^ ^'^i^h Women Announce Donor Project for 1951 "Once the Idol of Second Avenue iVallee hour and she has had h more recently the darling of the world." That If) what Brooks At¬ kinson said In the New York Ttmea about Molly Picon, who vtflth her famous husband, Jacob Kallsh, will be the star entertainers at the an¬ nual Hadassah Donor Dinner Sun¬ day, Nov. 11, at the Jewiah Center. It is the aame Molly Picon who, perhaps you were fortunate enough lo see. on Ed Sullivan's TV pro¬ gram this aummer and on Kate Smith's afternoon show. If you have been to New York, you may have aeen one of her out standing shows. Mias Picon has appeared aa a headliner on the major vaudeville circuits of the country a star of the Broadway production "Morning Star." She has completed aeveral successful world tours, which In¬ cluded appearances In Europe, Palestine, Britain, South Africa and South America. Her radio de¬ but WEis 10 years ago on, the Rudy own radio program Her husband is well known in the theatrical world aa an actor, director and producer. He will share the limelight with her. Their pianist is Bella Medof, Columbusites will enjoy her mar¬ velous repertoire and portrayals which the "New Yorker" calls "the phenomenon of the New York of today." The evening will be concluded with the dinner and entertainment. To properly climax tht.' festive mood there will be a gala dance with Joe Wciaberg and his or¬ chestra. From the advance resiTvationa already received by the general chairman. Mrs. Jerome Fisher, and the treaaurer, Mrs. L. L. Praver. there will be hundreds who will spend a delightful evening and do their part in helping to maintain Hadassah's Medical Organization a pioneer and pace maker for pre¬ ventive and curative medicine. ADL REGIONAL BOARD MEETING SCHEDULED OCT. 7TH The annual meeting of the Re¬ gional Board of the Ohio-Kentucky Office of the Antl-Defamatlon Lea¬ gue will be held Oct. 7 at the Ft. Hayes Hotel tn Columbus, accord¬ ing to Ralph Lazarus, Board chair¬ man. The Board la the governing body for ADL work in this region. It is expected that over 100 B'nal B'rlth and Jewish community leaders from all sections of Ohio and Ken¬ tucky win be present at the day¬ long meeting. They will participate in the formulation of important policy decisions which will grulde the operations of the Regional Of¬ fice during^ the forthcoming yeai Tbe directors of the League's na¬ tional staffs In New York and Chicago will be present to lead the discussions. The agenda Includes auch important l^ems as the follow-- ing: The most effective matter of dealing with rabble-rousers in Ohio and Kentucky; the role of the Jew¬ ish community Ih combatting Com¬ munism; and the Maclver Report on Jewish Community Relations Agencies, which has been engag¬ ing the attention of national and local agencies throughout the coun¬ try. Seymour Gorchoff, the Regional Director, and his ataff, Seymour Kaplan and Sheldon Steinhauser^ will present a resume of the high¬ lights of the ADL programs In this region during the past year. The Board will also elect offi¬ cers for the next year. Present of¬ fices consist of chairman, Ralph Lazarus, Columbus; Honorary chairman, Sidney Kusworm, Day¬ ton; vice-chairmen, Ben Schwartz, Cincinnati: Nathan Gordon, Cleve¬ land; Louis Adcs, Lexington, Following ll". a partial list of FELLOWSHIP CIUKCH Many Jewish residents of Colum-- bu.s have been active In the Fellow¬ ship Church movement here. This Is an Inter-rellglous and Inter- cultural group which meets on the second Sunday of the month, for the purpose of worshipping to¬ gether. The meetings, this year, will be held at the Broad St. Pres¬ byterian Church, at 4 p. m. Among the Jews who have been active in this movement, and who are serving In some official capa¬ city for the coming season, are: Mrs. Berthold Stern, chairman of the Tea comniittee; Mrs. Jack Resler, past secretary; Mr, Sey¬ mour H. Kaplan, chairman of the Speakers committee; Mrs. Sey¬ mour H. Kaplan, chairman of the Music committee, and Leonard Stern, who holds the office of treasurer. people from Columbus who will at¬ tend the meeting: Richard Abel, Maurice Bernstein, Jacob Clayman, Rafabi J. D. Folkman, Leon Fried¬ man. Dr. E. Edeiman, I. W. Garek, Abraham Gertner, Allen Gunder¬ shelmer, Rabbl Harry Kaplan, Sid¬ ney L. Katz, Charlea Y. Lazarua, Ralph Lfizarua, Clifford Levm. Rob¬ ert L. Mellman, Dr, B. T. Mindlin, Jack Rvsler, Mra. Jos. D, Schecter. Edward Schiff. Jack Schiff. Mr. Harry Schwartz, Mrs. Harry Sch¬ wartz, Samuel Shinbach, Justin Sillman, Julius Steinhauser. Allan Tarshish, Isadore Topper. William Wasserstrom, A. B. Weinfeid. Herbert Wise, Abe A. Wolman. Announcement of the 19fil Donor Project of the Columbus Chapter of B'nal B'rlth Women was made last Monday at a luncheon meeting attended by over 100 enthusiastic women who will be working on the project this year Mra. Melvln Furman. Fund-Ralsing chairman for the Chapter and general chalfman of the project, announced that B'nai B'rith Women this year will repeat the successful cabaret dance and show of two years ago. It will be held at Valley Dale Sunday, Dec. 2. and will feature a full- length floor show with top-notch entertainment. The finest talent in the country Is now being recruited for that entertainment. For the third consecutive year. . - ll'nai B'rith Women will offer to | those who support its 1951 Donor I Proji'ct, the fabulous and glamor- | ')us Florlda vacation trip. Two tucky people will be flov^n to, Miami Beach, via Constellation Air liner, to spend 10 fun-packed, sun-j packed days at the glamorous De-j inno Hotel and Cabana Club, on the ocean. Towering doorway to sunbound luxury, complete In every fabulous detalK the Delano Hotel offers to Its putrf^ns tom'u row's re¬ sort, today! While guests at the Delano, the winnera will receive many other prizes and surprises, and, as a spec¬ ial added feature attracti<m, will be flown I all expenses paid) to spend a full day in Havana. Cuba! Be¬ fore they leave Columbua, too, the fortunate pair will be the rtniipients of many additional gifts, all of which will go to make up a dream vacation trip for two all because they helped B'nal B'rlth Women help others! ¦ Acting as vice-chapmen with Mrs. Furman, In charge of Subscription (oontinoed on pftfo 6) ADL FILM ON TV "Your Neighbor Celebrates" Is the title of a film which will be shown on WBNS-T'V, In honor of the approaching high holy day sea¬ son of the Jewish religion. The showing dates will bo today at 6 p. m., and Oct. 7 at 2 p. m. This film Is baaed upon the pamphlet "Your Neighbor Cele¬ brates the Jewish Holidays," pub¬ lished by the-Anti-Defamation Lea¬ gue of B'nal B'rlth. It depicts five Important events oh the Jewish re¬ ligious calendar: Rosh Haahanah, Yom Klppur, Succoth, Pesach, and Shevuoth. Eddie Mann's Combo At T. I. Dance . The Tifereth Israel Men's Club haa booked popular band-leader Eddie Mann and his combo for its annual Yom Klppur Night dance at Broad St. Temple Wednesday, Oct. 10, from 9:30 p. m. to 12:30 a. m. Bddie . Mann's group la well- known In Central Ohio and has been featured in television (WLW- Ci. There will be a cash door prize, in addition to refreshments. Ad¬ mission Is free to members and their guests. "Home Beautiful" Theme of Ivreeyoh Affair Wednesday In keeping with the holiday spirit, tho annual Ivreeyoh paid- up membership luncheon this year will feature a "Home Beautiful" program at the Jewiah Center, 12:30 p. m.. Wednesday. Members will exhibit magnificent table settings, depicting the solemn, impressive and traditional holiday celebrations as observed In Jewish homes. In addition to a delicious lunch¬ eon planned and served by Mrs. A. dwelling, hospitality chairman, and her co-chairman. Mrs. R. Freed¬ man. Mrs. Sanford Lipson, vocalist, will present selections, accompan¬ ied by Mrs. Max Ziskind. The program, under direction of Mrs. Jack Schilling, will be narrat¬ ed by Mesdames M. J. Leeman and Wm. L. Goodman. The cast will in¬ clude Mesdames A. Katz, H. Lakin, David Galser, Ben Greenberg. T. Ozeroff, I. Hemmelstein and I. Nachman. Reservations are being taken by Meadames Don Charme, DO. 9193, R. Friedman, GA. 8377 and A. Zwelllng, GA. 6234. o ROSH HASHONAH BKOAI>GAST The American Jewish Committee will present a special Rosh Hash¬ onah broadcast tomorrow, over the Mutual Broadcasting System net¬ work, H to 11:30 a. m., EDST. Sena¬ tor Herbert H. Lehman and Rabbl David de Sola Pool, of the Spanish and Portug^ae Synagogue, wJU be gueat apeakers.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-09-28|
|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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