Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-10-24, page 01
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ATchaeoUglciU il HUtorldal Huseum N. BiOt St at 16tb—1 Miscfra Etman to Perform Here _ jiWJSKlHRONICLE l\\\j/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jew!sh_Communily %][§^ Vol. 80, No. 44 COLUMBII.S, OHIO, -rBIDAY, OCTOBER M, 1052 Devoted to American and Jewish IdenJs 'King and F at Hadassah Dinner MISCHA ELMAN One of the world's greatest violinists will play in full concert in honor of one of Columbus' first citizens when Mischa Elman appears at the dinner-concert honoring Abe Yenkin, which wiJl be held at Agudas Achim Congregation Sunday, Nov. 10, it was announced today by Abe Wolman, chairman of the functjpn. Admission to the dinner will be by new prior purchase of a mini¬ mum of $500. in Israel Bonds- Guest speaker will be Dr. Frank Klngdoti. noted columnist, educa¬ tor and commentator. Abe Yenkin. president of the Co- i -; r^r^ —< ^-^^ -;; lumbus Community Council, will be | honored for his many years of de¬ voted efforts on behalf of Israel. Representatives of the Israel gov- "^ernmcni y>flll be present to pay their respects to Mr. Yenkin. Mlscha Elman Is one of the great names In mu^lc history. He Is now celebrating his 45th season before the American public, making his debut at the age of 17 playing the first American performance of the Tchaikovsky Concerto. This De¬ cember the New York Philhar¬ monic Symphony will feature a concert by Elman. marking the 4flth anniversary, playing many of ^ the works he made famous. Later this season he will leave for a tour ot Europe. Elman firat played the violin at the age of three. At bIx be waa studying In Odessa and at 10 he waa the first of the great Leopold Auer wonder children making his¬ tory at St. Petersburg Conserva¬ tory. At 12 he made hia debut In Berlin and appeared at the British Court two years later in concert with Caruso and Melba. Reservations for the dinner-con¬ cert can be made at the Bonds For Israel office, 30 E. Broad St., FL. 3553. Excitement is increasing day by day as Hadassah's' 24th annual donor dinner approaches. Whispers of party dresses, pre-dJnner cock¬ tail parties, and above all talk of the wonderful musical which la to be preaentcd by the beautiful and talented artiat, SuUe Harand. "The King and I", written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Ham- merateln II, ^ currently showing on Broadway and, according to the critics, Is a "must" on every thea¬ tre-goer's list. Sulle's rendition of the lilting "Hello Young Lovers", "Getting To Know You" and other beautiful melodies of thia excellent musical will enchant her audience. Those who have been fortunate enough to have heard Miss Harand have only highest praise for her lovely voice, acting ability, and beauty. An exciting evening indeed la in store for those who attend. Mi's. Jerome Fisher, Hospitality chair¬ man, promiaes a dinner to please the most critical turltey and all the trimmings, both edible and dec¬ orative. Mrs. Gernard Cohen and Mrs. Meyer Mellman, co-chairmen, are indebted to the following women (continued un pace i) ^ Going over tho lovely tunes from the hit mtlslcal "The King And I", to be presented at HadaHHah'ti Donor Dinner, are: seatetl . at the piano—Mrs. Gemard Cohen, chairman; standing^Mrs. Jerome Fisher, llospitallty chairman, and IVIra. Samuel Luper, prettl- dent of lladiiNsah. MIZRACHI WOMEN ANNOUNCE ANNUAL DINNER DATES The social hall of the new Beth Jacob synagogue has been chosen by the Columbus Chapter of Miz¬ rachl Women as the place ot its an¬ nual dinner, to be held Jan. 16. This ia the major fund-raising affaiir for the local chapter and tickets ,are now In the hands of members for distribution and sale. As alwaya, a nationally-prominent New York speaker will address the gathering, with proceeds of the af¬ fair to be used to further the work of MlzrachJ Women in Israel, The recent tea and linen shower held at the home of Mrs. John Thall was a tremendous success, and the organization is grateful to Mrs. Thall, Miss Margaret Thall and to Mrs; Joseph Feldman, who assisted them. In making It po^slbj[o to realize such a huge sum for purpose of providing linens for many projects Mizrachl Women support. Mrs. David Ralkin, secretary of the local chapter, will represent Columbua Mizrachl Womep at the Bible th\ the\ SFEdAL ANNOl/NCKMENT For .118 fintt meeting of tlie new year, the Columbia Zionist Dis¬ trict has succeeded In booking for free nhowlng the tint presentation ol '"Two Thousand and Three", u new Isroelf inotion picture Just completed about the Negev. The date: next Wednesday, 8:S0, Room 801. Jewidih Center; refresh mahtit. The public Is UtvlUad, JERUaALEM—A municipal gar- don was dedicated here last Sunday in memory of Dr. Judah L. Magnea, for many years chancellor of tho Hebrew University, convention of the national organi¬ zation In Atlantic City on Nov. 9-12. Word haa been received of the arrival in this country of Mrs. Bessie Gotsfeld, honorary national president, and Mr. Leon Rauch- werger, administrator of the Chil¬ dren's Village and Farm ScbooJ in Raanana, Israel, who will partici¬ pate in ceremonies marking the ^th anniversary of the founding of the Children's Village. Both Israel •educators will report on five years of development of the Village, which is a self-governing commun¬ ity for Youth Allyah children stemming from 23 countries. It Is generally acknowledged to be a unique educational and child-care project, and has been lauded as a modeJ-child-welfare effort by rep¬ resentatives of the United N^^tion?, the U. S. and the State of Israel. Major portion of the funds earn¬ ed by the Columbua Chapter ia used by MIzrachi Women for thia Important undertaking. Mra. Cy Tanenbaum is president of the local group, with MJrg. M. Flnkelstein as honorary president. Mrs. David Hurwitz, Mrs. Wm. Nullman (president), Mrs. A. S. Kahn> (tickets), Mrs. Jack Kooper- stein (fund-raising chairman), Mrs. Arthur Zwelllng (publicity) and Mrs. Jack Shilling, program chair¬ man, are completlnsr plans for the 82nd annual dinner of the Ivreeyoh Society tomorrow, 6 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Above, left to right: Mrs. David Hurwitz, Mm. Nullman, Mrs. A. S. Kohn and IVlnt. Jack KooiMnrsteln. Standing: MrM. Ar¬ thur Zwelllng. (Dispatch, photo) They will present Cantor Shalom Katz in on Inspiring musical pro¬ gram of cahtoral selections, opera numbers, Yiddish folk songs, Is¬ raeli favorites and songs of the Ghetto. Mrs. Augusta Frank will bo his accompanist. Ivreeyoh Society Invites the Co' lumbus Jewish community to help make this an outstanding success. (This Iq strictly kosher meal pre¬ pared by Gold Caterers and under strictly kosher supervision.) T. I. SISTERHOOD AFFAIR NOV. 19 TAX STAMP PARTY Mrs. Hurold Felnstein, DO. 2074, or Mrs. Sherbourne Horivltz, DO. 7,i60. chairman and co-ciialrman of the Tax Stamp committee of Tlf¬ ereth Israel Sisterhood, are taking reservations for the gala party to be held Nov. IB, 8 p. m.. In tho social hail of Broad St. Temple. To attend the party, guests may turn in Ohio saies tax stampa re¬ ceipts totaling in face value $100.00 or more- or $3.00 in cash. Feature of-the evening wftl be a style ahow presented by Gersten¬ feld's, with tho Sisterhood women us models. This popular ladles' ap¬ parel firm is offering as a door prize, a. beaded sweater. Aprons, citstom designed by Sisterhood's Sewing Group, will be awarded td each person donating tax stamps totaling in face value $1000.00 or more. The guest bringing the most stampa In excess of $1000.00,. will receive a s^ple. Quests may round out the eve¬ ning by playing cards. Refresh¬ ments will be aerved. Members may turn In their stamps—at the next meeting, Nov. 3, at the Temple, or at any time until the party evenlns.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-10-24|
|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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