Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-06-08, page 01
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^.enaeoagvoal & Historical rg St. at 16th-l Victory Dinner Tuesday Remember the date, next Tuesday, June 12, the Southern Hotel will he the scene of the first annual victory dinner, which will see the exciting climax of the 1951 United Jewish Fund campaign. A gala time Is planned. A special show, with top radio and television talent will highlight the festivities. Workers in hoth the men's and women's general di^ visions are urged lo submit their eards early Monday (June HI so that victory may be proclaimed during the dinner. "If you haven't completed your list of calls I personally urge you to do so at once." said Sam Melton, 19>')1 campaign chairman, during a recent meeting. "Only if all cards are in can we determine the actual score as compared with last year."' An all-musleal revue entitled "Pipe Dreams" will add new excitement to the program planned for the evening. Reservations have been coming into the V.W office rapidly. All worl<ers are invited to bring their husbands, wives or sweelhearts to this community Interest affair. Make Monday your persmial deadline and aid this worthy undertaking. Victory lies in your hands and your cards will determine .the final figure. Call the United Jewish Fund and lei the secretary know how many are coming. CONFIRMATION TEMPLE The serviee of Confirmation will i)e held al the Bryden Road Temple this .Sunday, .lune 10th, al 1():(K1 a. m. The Theme of the Confirma¬ tion Serviee this .vear will Im'. "The fJreat March." The Open¬ ing I'rayer will he given by Car III .Sue r.illel. I'ortuins of the Elected President Of Zionist Region .Mr. Harrl.Hoji Mr. Daniel Harrison, principal of lhe Columlius Hetirew School, wa.s elected president of the Ohio Valley Zionists during the l'2th annual convention last Sunday in Indianapolis. He succeeds Hen Piser. South Hend. Ind. attorney. In attendance were delegates from Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and W. Va. David Galser. also of Colum¬ bus, was elecled to lhe National Administration commiltee, as was Raiibi Martin I, Douglas, EvansvlUe. ind. The sessions were addres.sed by Chas. Auerbach, noted Cleve¬ land attorney; Hon. John A. Watkins, M. C!ov. of -Indiana, and the Hon. Arthur I.ourie, Is¬ raeli Envoy ICxtraordlnaire. who was the guest speaker at the ban(|uel session. The following were elected vice-Presklents: (la he Cohen, Indianapolis; .1. Alie Liff. Day- Ion; Slinon Meyer. Charleston, \V. Va., and Leo Talesnlck, In¬ dianapolis. Joe Cohen, Hamilton, O., will serve as sec'y and Hen Prince, Indianapolis, treas. . ._ JIHROMCLE ni\}/ Serving Columbug and Central Olilo lewish Communlly ^AR 4S> Vol. 29, No- 22 COH'MBCS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, IMl D^Totrd to Amrrlrnn ¦ nd Jewish Idrnl^ LAYING OF CORNERSTONE FOR NEW AGUDAS ACHIM SYNAGOGUE IN BEXLEY SCHEDULED FOR JULY 15th A most soul-.satlsfylng mom¬ ent In the history of Agudas Achlm Congregation will take place Sunday afternoon, .luly 15. when the cornerstone for the new synagogue, in Bexley. will be con.sec rated. Committees are being formed to work out the details of the program. Although plans are as yet still In lhe tilue print stage, the fdllovving may be reported; All the local rabhis. the gover¬ nor, as well .-IS the mayors of Hexley and Columlius. the rep- resentalives of all the various groups within the Congregation and .lewish comnuinily at large, will lie invited to parllcipate in the cornerstone laying cere¬ mony. Objects of special interest and Importance to the Congregation and .ludaism will be Inserted in the cornerstone. The corner¬ stone of the old synagogue (Washlnglon and Donaldson Sts. I will he opened and the eon- tenls placed In the new corii'T- stone. How good a memory do you have? Do you recall whal was set In the original eornerslime? Can you investigate and find oul what are the exact conlenis of lhe old cornerstone'' A prlz(.' will he given the (ler.son guessing the exact oiijeets In the old corner¬ stone. These past few weeks many Agudas Achim members, have been extremely busy soliciting advertising for a journal to be published in conjunction with lhe cornerstone laying. The work of this publlcatlbn is under the able direclion of Sidney I,. Katz and Ben Tolpen. The Con¬ gregation is In dire need of mon¬ ey to complete and equip the new house of worship. That is why the journal is .so Important [ to the life of the synagogue. I You can help tiy giving per- j .sonal or business ads; or adver- j tisements in the form of mem¬ orials, or by memorializing • a dear one — perhaps a pioneer of Aguda.s Achlm. A brochure (continued on pRfe Gl PROGRAM FOR ISRAEL service from the Newly Revised I'nion Prayer Hook, V<ilume I will be read li.v Hhoda Curl. San- dr,-i Sobel, David Coplon. Henlla (miIiIcti, Harbara Hepps and l.ois Carek in lli,ii order .Mark Fein¬ knopf. .Ir. will ili'livei-- lhe ;id- dress to Ihe p.irenis. lie will he followed hy Naru-y Kusoff, wlio U'ill S[)eak on "The Meaning of Confirmalion." Tbe 1''Iowim' of- feiiiig .-\d(lress anil I'rayei- will be given by Habelle and Hi-lie .Abel, lespecl j vel\-. .loy l'"olkn\;in will spi-aU un '.Muses, lhe l.aw-Clver;" David l''iinnan will give a Charge to Ihe Chiss. Herii.'iril Davldorf will expl.iln lhe Tell ('unimandmenis. Tbe Turah iioi'liun .iiul ll.iflorah porlion will be read hy llernard Davldorf, .loV I'dlkman, and D.'ivid l''orman. Slepheil .VachI will speak un .'\nios. Hosea, and Isaiah; Piesiuii (liirwin on llillel and Akibah; (Ieorge 1-lonlg on Saadiah C.aon; .Millard Cuinmins. .Ir. un Mose.s .Maimonides; .Mir¬ iam ('layman on Isaac M. Wisi-. The Fpilogue will be given by Su.-^an Ziskind. The Tenl|)le Clioir and lhe .lunior Cliulr will paitlcipale in the services. The Temple Choir will be under' lhe direi'liun uf .leny (Iruiliii and Ibe .luniur Choir und<'r lhe dlreciiiin uf Heveily Thai Singer. A ieaUn'e uf the musical ser¬ vice wdll be the premiere rendi¬ tion uf 'The Pi.'ople llavr' Sec.'n A Light" by Leonard Wolstein. Mr. Wolstein was formerly the Assistant Director of the Hryden Road Temple Choir and is now doing Post-Graduate work at UCLA. I.'sing the famous words from the Hook of Isaiah, Mr. Wolstein has composed music which he has dedlcaled to the memory of his Jwloved bruihers Hob and Hill. Parents of members of the Confirmation Clas.H will hold a reception in their honor at lhe Temple from 7;;i0 lo !l;:i() p. m. Afler the reception, there will he dancing fur the young people. URGE UJF WOMEN TO SUBMIT PROSPECT CARDS MONDAY Chairmen uf the Women's Division who have spent many huiirs in lhe ciimpaign office, 1,'iliulaiinK lhe repoils from wiirkei's, <'ire curu'eined because su many iiiuspeci ciirils are slill out. T)k' geiu'tal level uf giving is liiKdi, aci'iii'diiig 111 .Mr^.. Ilarry Srhw;ii'iz, speaking fur ibe four cii-ch;iil'ineii of lhe division, bul Iheie are ^lill many gills lu come, .'Vlajor-- are urged lu eoniai I their workers and li'y to have esery report (-umpleU' by Ibis .Moiuliiv. lhe d;i.v liefure lhe w'lv- tury dinner. "If we ;ire lu ha\'e a ie:d \ ir- tiirv In Ibe Women's lii\ isiun. j we inii.-t >ee evi'l'V priispeclhe giver," s.iid .Mrs. U'illiain Wa.-| seisirum, one. uf the fuvu' cu-i cbalrmen, "Our gual for the di\'i-1 sion Is $fi:i,()()(l, and we need lo . reach every woman in the .Jew-j ish (-oininunil.S' if we are lu niiike Ihal gual." she said. "There may be a few women who have been I I'lans fur tbe victurv dinner missed in lhe solicitation. If so Tuesday indicate an evening uf we urge Ihein Io make Iheir great interest. All workers in pleilges and send Ihem lo Ihc of-! the Women's Division have berii fire in lhe .lewish Center by next invited. Final results will be an- .Monilay," nuunci-d al lhe dinner. SCENE AT UJF's REPORT LUNCHEON NEW A.'MEKK AN SHOP OPEN TWICE WBBKI.V The Council of .lewish Wom¬ en's .\ew Ameriean Shop, -llll F. Fullon SI , is open every Tues¬ day and Thursday morning from I(l:'(l(l lu nuun. for lhe receiving of nierchandise. Hring In any clean clothing, bedding, ornaments, rugs or furniture al that time. If your donation Is too large to be carried In your car, please contact Mrs. Abe Yenkin FA. 1771; or Mlss Oerta Baruch, EV. 2U7I. APPOINT CHAIRMEN FOR YOUNG ADULTS CONFERENCE T you wes .lull ; IIUISI ng women 'hairmen U 1 ^¦ull|,K I.VI0-17, iniling Colutnhus hiive l)een seleet- ir lhe coining Miil- \dull Conference. It lhe .lewish Cell ler. .Miss Claire Rubins will be general chairnuin uf Hie Cuii- fereiue and .Mlss Rose .Meyers svill serve a>^ Hume .-Vrraiige ments t'tiininitiee ehairman. .\|lss Rubins will serve as lhe cuiii'dinalur of the enlire Cuii- friciui' pi'ugram. which will bring yuung men and wiiineii lu- gelher from Hie .Midwest lo dis cuss prograius and other iiUer- esls. Meats. Salibalh services, folk dancing and a ihince Salur day will highlight the week-end devoted lo young adults. Mlsa Meyers is responsil>le for providing home hospilality for tho.se visiling young adults who do not wish hotel accommoila- tlons. If you can find room for one. two or any mimlier of young adulls, call iVlIss Meyers, FA. (iiin, anil help make this a welcome week-end fur the visit¬ ing group. P'or the Columhus Adulls who have heen selected to attend as delegates, the $.¦). fee includes all meals and the Saturday night '(lance. All Columbus young Local Men Elected Mr. Herman M. Kalz of Tem [de Tlferelh Israel, Columhus, has been elected to the Execu¬ tive Committee and Messrs. Ray¬ mond D. Nateman. Martin .1. Polster, Louis Schlezinger and William Waserstrom, all of T- I- Temple, have been elected tu .serve on the National Planning and (-'ampalgn Committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America al (he Sth annual con¬ ference of the group, held re¬ cently ill New York City. 'I'he more than 2(«) delegates from Conservative congrega- lUms Ih all parts of lhe V. S. and Canada who attended the Confer¬ ence approved a new mainten¬ ance budget for 1!I51-,'J2, calling for communities to ral.su $2.1110.- 0(10. In the year ahead, lo meet operating expenditures of the Seminary, the United Synagogue of America and the Rabbinical A.S, embly of America. CSDS GRADUATION EXERCISES TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY The Hlh annual commence¬ ment of the Columlius Self-Deve- loiimenl School will be held VVednesday. H-'M p. m., al the school. Children particlpatuig in Ihe exercl.ses include tiary Coop¬ er, Cheryl Kliman, Barry Kayne, Richard Marks, David Monetl, Steven Pollack, Steven Shkol¬ nick. Craduates are; Pamela Heckm.m, (ieorgette (ioldberg, .loan Levin, David M.iyer, Kd¬ ward Rosenfield, .lutly Seff, Ceri Ann Sehottenstein, Diane Thomas, Susan Yenkln and Bon¬ nie Venook. Tile program Is devoted to the "GUIng of the 'I'orah" and the graduating cliuss will be accepted Inlii the fold of .ludaism by lhe 2iiil grade ehildren. The impressive service will open with the Processional "How Hles.sed Are." Harry Gil¬ bert, president of the ailminls- trative hoard of the school, will receive the class and present them with diplomas and gifts. Parents of lhe children will be husis lu a reception following. T. I. YPL SUMMER LECTURE SERIES WILL START JUNE 21 The Special Events cuinmiltee uf the Vl'l. has jusl made public its special lecture jirogram for this suiiuner sea.son. Co-chair¬ men Harney Zell and Miss Claire Robins have worked oul a must excellent progr.iin uf lecture^ on topics of interesi lo all youjig people, and they lake real plea¬ sure in intrdtlucliig Dr Cluir- lolte WInomar as iheir Hist lec- lurer. Thursday, .lune Jl. Iv pin., in the Educational building uf I Hroad St. Templt'- I Dr. Winu.mar is well known in lhe .irea of mental hygiene and .planned parenthood, and for '. many years was a.ssociaU'd with Ilhe Pl'anned Parenthood Clinic 'of Columbus, as chalrhian. Dr. Winomar" is in private pracllre , lull is Slill very active as a teach- i er. lecturer and doctor. Those I who attended the lecture by Dr. ; Helen Martin wdll recall Dr. i Winomar as the charinlng wom¬ an who so graciously assisted Dr. Martin. Dr. Winomar's suliject will be of great Interest to all young people, entilled; "On The Thres¬ hold uf Marriage." '^he nlpetlng will be of com¬ munlly Interest and all young peoiile, whether members ol YPL ur nol, are cordially In¬ vited. Refreshmenls will he serv¬ ed after the meeting.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-06-08|
|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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