Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-12-05, page 01
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lat-wttTisrtnswBWiaFtmvwiv^^^ii***- ¦¦"?r ArchaaoUgleal ft. Historical Museum N. High St. at IBth—I ^Israet Bonds Basis of Living Partnership Between Israel And America," Says Eshkol "Israel Bonds are the bonds of friendship and the basis of a living partnership Ix'tween the people of America and Israel," Israel Minister of P'^inance Levi Eshkol stated thi^ week in a special message from Israel to Abe A. Wolmnn. chairman of Israel Bond BIG Day in Columbus. Mr. Eshkol's messaKP. which wns rncoived on tho eve of BIG Day, the onn-clay effort to sell hundreds of thousands of State of Israel Bonds on Sunday, December 14, contained Chaukah greetings to tho ritlz<ina of this nation, especluliy to those who will participate In the Israel Bond drive's intensified campaign. "I can thinlt of no more nppro- priate time of tho year than ('(itiii- iikah, marking the ancii-nt .)f'w Ish struggle for independnni-c, fnr undertaking a nation-wide mobi¬ lization by friends of Israel to help win this new struggle a struggl* for economic self-sufficieney in which we aro engaged," Mr. Eahkoi said. Israel requires a billion dollars for the constructive purposes of enhancing and expanding all of her water resources, Mr. Eshkol re¬ marked, to foster productivity and "thereby win our fight of modern Chanukah." These dollars will also bo employed to create new settle¬ ments, exploit mineral resources in the Negev, foster and expand olec- tri(" power and stroamlino com- municntionH, railway, airlim^ and |)ort and harbor faeilitiea, Mr. Ksh- kol added. / "A major share of tlu- funds ri-- quired will come in the form of in¬ vestments from State of Israel lionds by the people of Amerira," ^ jfHRONICLE Serving Columbus and Cenlral Ohio Jewish Communily \\/A'iX Vol. 30, No. 50 COLUMBUS, OIUO, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1952 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals UNUSUAL SKIT PLANNED FOR JOINT B'NAI B'RITH AFFAIR TUESDAY Zion Lodge 63 and tho local B'nai B'rith Women's chapter will pre- tent a most unusual and delightful skit at their joint meeting Tuesday. -Vli'mbers and guests should plan to attend this outstanding affair which s (o he in the auditorium of the Jewish Center, starting promptly at rro'hii ir I>i!e(lf>r IJnyd Graceman has secured top local talent. I'HeH ill ihiN f .iHt ;.t(' .siieh per.sonalitles aa Alex Clowson, Rita Fos- M II yn S;iMH'. . .)n. Murotd Golden, Harold Maggied and many N'. S. KOTHKNBEKC A committoo, composed of MoH.srs. Ben B. Friedman, Hobort I.. Mell¬ man and Roy J. Stone, has issued invitations to Jewish members of tho Columbua Bar for a luncheon meeting at Fort Hayes Hotel, Tues¬ day, Doc. 16, at noon. This meeting, arranged Under the auspices of The Foundation for the Jewish National Fund, is purely educational. The committee desires to em¬ phasize the fact that there will be no aolicltation for funds, and no one will bo requested to Incur any present or future obligation. The meeting will be addressed by <coDtlnaed on paK« 4) (ritntinuefl o t) o RUMMAGE SALE STARTS For three days starting Tuesday, Tlfereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a rummage sale at 213 E. Main St. Mrs, Herman Kress, chairman, requests that anyone having useful discards of clothing or furniture may bring them to the above ad¬ dress on Dec. 9, or call Mra. Kress. DO. 9603. B'nai B'rith Women's! ADL Committee Controversial questions will be discussed at a apodal program aponsored by the ADL Committee of the B'nal B'rith Women's Chap¬ ter Wednesday, 8 p. m., In the Adult Lounge of the Jewish Cen¬ ter. Theme of the program will be "How Can We Secure Our Children Against Prejudice?" Comments on questions raiaed on the film will be offered by a panel consisting of Rabbi Nathan Zelizer; Mrs. Bertha Kraqs. Director of tho T. I. Nursery School; Mrs. Dudley Gliek; Phyllis Winter, president of BBG; and Sheldon Steinhauser, Community Consultant of the Ohio- Kentucky licgional ADL Office. Following the panel pn.-sentation, members of the audience wiil be in¬ vited to raise qui-ations and parti¬ cipate ih the discussion,' -JOE SWAUTZ To flcknowlodge the <Ii-('p appre¬ ciation for the . iH.nnniis work done by Mr. Joo SwmiI/ Inr ll.th .(.rob Congregation and .'^Hnrs.sfttliy roni- pleting the erection of the now shui on Bulen Ave. rni nilteiH havt- oioeti'd him to serve ii.s president for a third straight term. Other officr-rs eleeted have been: Milton Leeman. \iee-pre.s; Z. P.'us.s, treas; B. Solnnion. .see'y; M. Weinstock, GablK) Ui.shnn; L. Os- trof.-ski. Cabbo Sheni. Trustees: Hob't Lieiierman. F.u- gone Cohen, Al Solove. .loe Stein- ber^j. Hartjld Hillson, Julius White, .loe Young, Phillip Go(»tman. Harry j Eeht, Jerome Solove, M. S. Yahr, I -lullus Weintraub. Jacob Solomon, M. G. Knolls, Martin Schecter, Installation ceremonies will be an¬ nounced In next week's Chronicle. AT 'SAME OLD STAND' Three faniiii*r faces will be at their favorite stand come Charity Newsies Day (Dec. 13>. For five years on Newsie Days, Al Solove and Larry & Bob Baer have become Institutional at the corner of Town & Grant streets. Al, I^rry and Bob urge their friends to aid in this year's charity drive at their "corner," if posslbh'. Abba Eban Presents Israel's Peace Plan at Palestine Debate; See Arab-Israel Peace UNITKD NATIONS. N. Y., (JTA) - Ambassador Abba S. Khan re¬ vealed Israel'.s peacf* plan during the Palestine debate in the United Nations Spe(Mal Politl(^al Committee. He declared that Israel was pre¬ pared to negotiate a final settlement with tho four Arab governments with which it had signed armistice agreements. Mr. Eban called not only for a treaty of peace and joint delimitation of the frontiers but also a mutual sequrity pact, trade and transit agree¬ ments and regional cooperation to raise the standards of living through¬ out the eptire Middle Kast. Hia long speech, which lasted almoat two hours, was hailed aa statesmanlike; and c(uuilatory by most delegates I at the United Nations. I In fact, tho Norwegian delegate I intrrvoned after Mr. I^l)an had finiaht'd to say that lie wanted a ; full text of what the I.<iraeli dele- [ gate had .said, a.^ it was "'a ver,\ important statement." ' Thi; I.sraeli del 'gate (j;ave hl.s full I HUpport lit the reHolution of t h- , .se\-cn neutral powers eallin;^ iw direct nejjotiatinn.'J. Mr. I-lhati -s.tnl that to add any qualification ai)out the negotiations, as the Arabs wisli to do. would spoil their effect. He refuti'd Arab claims that thoy had accepted all U. N. resolutiona. He listed a number of violations, including Egypt's disregard of the Security Council resolution order¬ ing her to stop the blockade of Israeli-hound shipping In tho Suez Canal. He pointed out that the Arabs opposed resolutions when they might be accepted and only wanted them invoked when they could not be accepted. "Driedel, driedel, can you spin a Driedel?" You will discover your talent (and possibly receive an award) if you attend the Chanukah Hop this evening at the Jewish Center, sponsored by the Adult Social Committee In cooperation with the Young Adults. Bob Verbeck's "Early American" orchestra will provide the music lor dancing. Chanukah favors will be given to all guests and refreshments will be served. Several membera of the committee, gathered around the Chanu¬ kah Menorah. include: Sam Brandt, Honey Fisher, Bob Gunder¬ sheimer, Sonia Stevens, Melville Frank, Rita Stevens. Bob Howard and Charlotte Stevens. Tlcltetfl, (gf tho ^banukah Hop are obtainable at the Center, 76^ per person. "Deiflation Dinner" Saturday, Dec. 13 j After the huge success of the; "deflation dinner" Uust your, a set-- | ond one will bo held at Bryden Rd. j Temple, Saturday, Dee. 13, 6:3i) p. i m. Turkey dinm-rs will bo prepar¬ ed and served during tho evening i by the Brotherhood '"clu'fa." Mac Tooill and his orchestra will play for the dancing which will follow the dinners. "The Toast of the Temple", a complete floor-show, will be tho highlight of intermis- aion time. Cooks who will prepari' tho huge turkey dinners wiil all tho trim- (ountlnut^d on imne 4) o CIIA.XUKAH WOKIiSIIOr A Par(rnt.s' Chunukiih WorkKhnp will be held ut the .Ji'wiah ('enter thia Monday, 8 p. m. This will (five parents u chance to learn how to give their home a C'haniikah at¬ mosphere. The workshop."' Instructed by Adele Chafetz, will present Ideas to parents on how to make Chanu¬ kah decorations and crafts objects with their children. A small charge (or matcrlaJs used will be 50c per family. ; - o Minna Schwartz Cast As "Carmen" Agudas Achim Sisterhood will be singing next Wednesday, 8 p. m.. during its musical production "Car¬ men Celebrates Chanukah". In writing and directing this hit production, program chairman, Mrs. Frank Nulls hasn't omiUiHl a singli? phase of musical comedy and »tyU: The tunes arc catching, the words art' clever, the costuming is colorful. The loading roles are well cast: Minna Schwartz is Carmen, Bern¬ ard Doctor is Judas and Norman Mathless is Antiochus. The suppttrting east will Include mo.sdames M. Cohen, R. Friedman, D' Feder. P. H. (Jellman, H. Kay, I. Stein. S. Paine. W. Roaon, L. Zlskind. Musical acoonnpaniment a n <1 piano arrangements are in the cap¬ able hands (jf Mrs. Max Zlskind. Choreograpliy is uncler the moat able and professional direction of Mrs. I^Juia Goldfarb. A novel cake walk has been planned with Mrs. P. H. Gellman fuid Mrs. 1. Rinkov In charge. There'll be Ijatkes with all the trimmings, so bring your husbands to the party and they too can join the fun. Mrs. Jack Freedman will give the opening prayer. DR. NEUOBEROfiR "Temperate Zone", a series of three playlets dealing with the emotional clirnate in the home, will serve ait a curtain-raiser to the Jewish Center's second program on Education for Family Living this Sunday, ^30 p. m., in the Center auditorium. Gallery Players, the Center Adult Drama Group, featuring several junior dramats, will present Nora Stc rling's one-acters which point up problems of family adjustment in varying degrees of intensity. Dr. MiiUrice Ncuberger, e.xeeti- tive iMyehologlHt with the Bureau of Juvenile IteHoarch, will leiul the dlMCUKsion growing out of the plays. Moderator of the open forum will be Dr. Henry Samuels, clinical psy¬ chologist of the Veterans' Adminis¬ tration Mental Hygiene Clinic. Mra. Rose Schwartz, director of the- Center Pre-School. and Mrs. Moahe Smilansky, a member of the staff, will servo as resource per¬ sons. (eoDtloDed OD page 4} ^ ' o — LN'STAJ.LATION BANQl'ET AT. AliAVAS SHOIX)M Ahavas Sholom eohgregation will have its •Installation banquet to¬ morrow, 6:30 p. m., in the social hall of the synagogue. 'i Rabbi N. Steinberg will be the guest speaker. Members and friends may obtain tickets from any officer of the congregation. BRANDEIS COMMITTEE WOMEN OF COLUMBUS TO MEET The Membership Committee of tho Columbua Chapter of the Wom¬ en's Committee for Brandels has been Invited to a tea at the home of Its chairman, Mrs. Gernerd Coh¬ en, at 1:30 p. m. Thuraday. Mra. Cohen'a home Is at 2640 Brentwood Rd. Thia event will launch the annual membership drive for the local chapter. All new members will be welcomed and Introduced at the group's annual meeting which will be held early In .January. Those women wHo will attend the tea are; Mesdames Armand Abel, Albert Blank. Sidney Berg, Norman Ber¬ ger, Joseph Cohen, Aaron Cano- wltz, Paul Calllf. Meadamea Aaron Epstein, Sey¬ mour Gorchoff, Abe Kanter, Good¬ man Kaplan, David Levison. Mesdames Jule Mark, Meyer Mellman. Allan M«yer, Ira Monroe, Jack Resler, Fred Roland, Bernard Ruben, Alvin Schottenstein, Sam Schlonsky, Harry Schwarti, Lester Sellgson, Rudolph Stern Jr., Sam Subow. Mesdames Robert Suld, Sidney Wasserstrom, Arthur Weaterman, Franz Westtelch, Abe Yenkin.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-12-05|
|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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