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ArchaeoUglcal & IU,-itorR-nl Museum N, High St, al 15111—1 5^ ffiRONICLE ^f^J/ Serving Columbua and Cenir^ Ohio Jewish Communlly \V?AIK Vol. 2S, No. 84 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1961 Dovotcd to American and Jewish Idcnis Mel Franls to Head I Membership Drive Mr, Frank Gershon Agrron On Hadassah Program ADELINE NIECE TO HEADLINE B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S REVUE The addition of Adeline Niece to the cast of the full-length floor show to be present¬ ed at the 13th annual donor dance of the B'nai B'rith Women, at Valley Dale Sunday, Dec. 2, ensures a show of superb entertainment. Adeline Niece has appeared in Colum¬ bus before, and has made many friends and ardent admirers with her unique style of song delivery. This diminutive star has headlined many famous clubs, in the U. S., and has also appeared on many radio and television programs. . For those who have seen and heard her, and for those who know of her only by reputation, her appearance in Columbus Dec. 2 will be a delightful treat. _ With Miss Niece will appear the new and rising young oomedy atar, Emil Cohen, who, with that rare combination of musical ability and raconteur talent, is In htmsetf a one-man show, capable of sustain¬ ing a complete entertainment pro¬ gram. Not content with bringing two of the top entertainment stars In the country to the community, B'nai B'rlth Women have also engaged the beautiful and glamorous Lucky Girls, a line uf seven lovely dan¬ cers, lavishly costumed, who will add dash and color to the floor show. Also to appear is the com¬ edy novelty team of Park and Clif¬ ford, who were with Ken Murray's Blackouts for 2 Mi yeara on the coast. ' Pledge reservations for the dance Dec. 2 arc snowballing, and already guarantee that the evening will be • >ne ot the best-attended and finest social events of the season. If you have not already done so, please mail your check to Mrs. I, M. Harris, Ticket chairman, so that she can return to you the admis¬ sion ticket to the dance, and your chances on the 10-day Florida va¬ cation trip for two, which will be given away that night. We have received word Trom the Melville D. Frank, well known local insursLncc man, haa been ap¬ pointed chairman of the annual Membership Round-Up of the Jew¬ ish Center, It was announced by t*res. Edward F. Schlezinger. Mr. Frank, in reviewing tho progress that haa been made in the past year, stated that almost 2,700 In- dlvlduaia have become members of the Center. More than 1000 of these enrolled in the charter membership drive a year ago. Since that time an additional 1,600 Individuals have become affiliated in order to par¬ ticipate in the Center's broad pro¬ gram of activities. It will be the aim of the Mem¬ bership Round-Up committee, Mr. Frank stated, to give every Jewish family In Columbua an opportunity to become members of the Center. Mr. Frank pointed out that the Columbus Jewish Center is achiev¬ ing national recognition for the development of a program of ac¬ tivities for every member of the family from the pre-school child to Golden Agers. He urged each member of the community not to wait until a worker called on him, but to stop in at the Center desk and say "I want to join now". COACH HAYES GUEST SPEAKER AT BRVDEN RD. TEMPLE AFFAUt Ohio State Football Coach W. W. "Woody" Hayes will be the guest speaker for Bryden Rd. Temple Brotherhood's father - children's night Thursday, Nov. 29, 7:46 p. m.. in the temple veatry. Refreshments will be served, fol¬ lowing the entertainment. Miss Niece Delano Hotel at Miami Beach, where the lucky couple will make their stay, that the management has reaerved a special cabana for them, for their entire stay, and has arranged many sightseeing trips and a boat cruise, in addition to the 24 hours' stay in Havana, to which the couple will be flown from Miami and return. The winning couple will spend 10 days at the Delano In comfort and elegance. Mrs. L. M. Levin and Mrs. Jack Schilling have worked diligently, accumulating an impressive prize Hat (or the winners, and to this list have recently been adUed a dinner for two from the Steak House in Miami Beach, a $5.00 or- (contlnaed on pace i) SWEEPSTAKES WINNER INVESTS IN ISRAEL BOND Mr. Agron A very Interesting afternoon is In store for all who attend the Sen¬ ior Hadassah meeting Tuesday, 2 p. m., at the Jewiah Center. The guest speaker, Gershon Ag- ron. was formerly Director-General of Information for the government of Israel, Agron, Philadelphia-born, haa been in Jerusalem alnce 1924. when ho, his wife and son Daniel, then two years old. settled there. There. Agron founded the Pales¬ tine mow the Jerusalem) Post the only Engliah language daily in the country, a newspaper that ranks with the best in any country. His wife Ethel's name has been synonymous with that of Hadassah In Palestine and Israel since 1930. when she began to work with Ha¬ dassah aa a member of the Recrea¬ tion Committee. It waa not long before her talent for organization waa recognized and she was aaked to take on school luncheons and later the chalrmanahip of the Pal- eatlne Council of Hadaasah, a poat which she haa held for el^ht years. Four Rashba Road, in the Re- havia section of Jerusalem, might well be called "Hospitality House." Hordes of visitors to Israel spend some time with Ethel and Gershon Agron in their beautifully modern yet faintly suggestive "of-the- Orlcnt" home. It la not a salon that the Agrons maintain. Rather, they make of their home a gathering place, where one meets everyone, where (contlnned on pAge 4) Mrs, BcBsie Kkich of Brooklyn, New York, who waa a winner of one of the. $140,000 firii prixea In thU year's Irish Sweepitakea, invested some of her prUa. money in a State of Israel Bond. Mrs. Kirsrh« who bought the bond for her grandchild. Is shown presenting her 1500 check to Edward S. Silver. ChieC Aiilitant District Attorney of Kings County, who is Chairman of the Brooklya Division of the New York Bond drive. The tSOO.OOO.OOO Israel Bond issue it the central factor in the future economic development of larael. The proceeds of the Bonds are being used for the expansion of industry and agriculture, foe the development of electric power and for the purchase of machinery to iseur^ tbo economic Independence bf Israel within a short period of time. ISRAEL BOND CAMPAIGN IS IN HIGH GEAR; MAJOR MEETINGS PLANNED Following the dramatic keynote address by Vice-President Alben W. Barkley, the Columbus campaign for the sale of Bonds of Israel la now in high gear. Bond Chairman Joaeph Zox announces that volun¬ teer workers are now In the process of visiting every home in Columbua in the interest of the Bond campaign. Under the leadership of Charlie Ross, Herman Katz and Mrs. Bernard Feltlinger. teams of workers from every Jewish organization in Columbus will visit each Jewish home to sell bonds. Two major m(H;tlngs will high¬ light the month. Next Tuesday, at 1:30 p m., Hadaasah will present Gershon Agron, former Director- General of Information for the Is¬ raeli Government and editor and publisher of the Jerusalem Post. He Is one of the most Informed men in the world on middle-eastern problema. In 1948, his plant was destroyed by the Arabs, but the paper appeared next day, despite all handicaps. Pierre Van Paassen wil! be the guest of ZOA on Nov. 29. Mr. Van Paassen ia an old friend of the people of Columbus. Hla books and lectures on Palestine and Israel have had a profound effect on the American people and did much to make the State of larael posaible. A dramatic and forcible apeaker, Mr. Van Paassen is now on a nationwide tour In support of the Israel Bond Issue. Both meetings will be held at the Jewiah Center and will be dedicat¬ ed to the Israel Bond laaue. Both organizations extend a cordial In-., vltation to all. Ivreeyoh's 31st | Anniversary J Ivreeyoh Society has its program. Including music and enlightening talks, all set for tomorrow's 31at anniversary dinner at the New Agudas Achlm social hall, 6 p. m. Dr. Marvin Fox will give tho benediction. The program will be¬ gin with Mrs. Wm. L. Goodman delivering the opening prayer. Mr. Danlei Harrison will aerve as maa¬ ter of ceremoniea and will Intro¬ duce Rabbl Samuel Rubenatein. who will apeak on "New Horizons." Musical selections will be pre¬ sented by Cantor Phillip Gellman, accompanied by Ruth Eleanor Stern at the piano. Greetings will be given by ail the local rabbis and Dr. Abe Kanter, president of the Co¬ lumbus Hebrew School. The program la under direqtion of Mrs. Jack Schilling, chairman. Mra. Jack Koopersteln, project chairman, la in charge of the din oer, in cooperation with Mrs. A. S, Kohn, ticket chairman, and Mra Don Charme, telephone chairman. The prealdent of Ivreeyoh, Mrs. Wm. Nullman, wishes to remind the Jewish community that Ivree¬ yoh raises funds which are used exclusively to further Jewish edu¬ cation in Columbus through the Hebrew School. For ticket reservations to dinner call Mrs. A. S. Kohn. DO. 4483, or Mrs. Don Charme, DO. 9193. o JWV MEETING Regular meeting of the Jewiah War Veterans Is at Broad St. Tem¬ ple Tuesday, 8:30 p. m. : Thanksgiving Eve Square Dance is Next Week Attend the Thanksgiving Eve dance at the Jewish Center next Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., and you can learn to square dance in 7- mlnutes time; Free lessons are of¬ fered by learned teachers who have taken a special courac in individ¬ ual and foursome Instruction. The dance Is being held under the auspices of the Center Adult Social Committee, with plenty of hosts and hostesses in addlUon to the circulating teachers, of whom there will be more than eight. Bob Verbeck's early-American orchestra <the busiest and most authentic exponent of square dance bands in Central Ohio), with Bob Rusaell "doin' the callln'" will preaent an evening of old-time new dances. Main feature of the evening, be¬ sides the eats, will be the 7-mlnute lesson guarantee that Bob Russell extends to all, old or young, but movabl§. After the foursome In- atructipVi you will have the benefit of practicing and "brushing up" right fresh from amongst eight additional dance educators aug¬ menting the ataff for the evening. There will be square dances, pol¬ kas, schottlsches and waltzes, plus the old-time cake walk. Harry Bruce is the committee chairman for the dance. He waa re¬ sponsible for the success of lost year's B'nal B'rlth Thanksgiving Day dance. Harry la quite a fel¬ low in promoting auccesaea apd do¬ ing good. He Is an OSU graduate and la associated with WRI'U In Worthlngton and haa materially helped in establishing the good business and public relations which are enjoyed by the station. Others on the committee for the dance in addition to Mr. Bruce are Bob Gunderaheimer and Bob Aron¬ son; Sam Brandt, Mrs. E. Felaon and Shema Nutia, refreahments; decorations and poaters, Mrs. Fay MIndlln. Mrs. Bea Roth, Mr. Dav Id Roth, Phyllis Sokol, Marlon Pol ster and Charlie Ross; Barney Zell, general assistant. Publicity chairman is Herman Spachner and he wants you to know that there will be elder, soft drinks, donuta, popcorn and potato chips. HOME FOR AGED SOCIETY Jewish Home for Aged Society will hold a board meeting Wed¬ nesday, 2 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Joe Weiner, JOOO Geera Ave. All board members are requested to attend In order to make arrange¬ ments for the organization's dinner, Dec. 2. o THANKSGIVING PROGRAM A special Thanksgiving program has been planned for all Junior A and Junior B members of the Jew¬ ish Center. The feativitlea will be¬ gin promptly at 4 p. m.,' In the Auditorium, tomorrow. The program will consist of folk singing and dancing which will be led by the Center Song and Dance group. Another highlight of the afternoon will be the introduction of progressive games. The entire grpup will be divided up Into smal¬ ler groups- each with a leader-. Dif¬ ferent, interesting, fun, skill — each game will be. And, to top all this, refreshments will be aerved. EAllLY DEADLINE Because of the Thanks¬ giving holiday next week, deadline for copy In the Nov. '43 issue of the Chronicle will h« noon Tuesday (Nov. 20). Photogruplis must be in by noon Monday.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-11-16|
|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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