Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-04-25, page 01
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¦Vilt«;.c;,'wt¥il* Arctiaeoll«ncal & Hlstorleai Museum N. High SL at 15th-rl H.IVI. Katz is T.I. Temple President OHIOJEV^ fcONICLE 2|\V;^ Senrlng ColumbuB and Cenlral OTilo Jewlah Community "\\7AR Vol. 30, No. ir OOLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1982 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals Testimonial Dinner For Harry Beckman Bagels - Yox 'On Stage' Tomorrow 'Announcemrnl ht^s just been made by Harry MaiSscr and Barney Ringer, co-chairman of the joint-committee of Voliner Society and Ahavas Sholom Congregation, of plans for a testimonial dinner honoring Harry Beckman, Sunday eve¬ ning. May 18, at Ahavaa Sholom social hall. An outstanding program haa been provided featurtQg prominent speakers and musical se¬ lections for the purpose of greeting and paying tribute to Mr. Beckman, who has greatly further¬ ed our community through his many years of outstanding efforts and selfless devotion. Mr. Ringer ,ild in response to an overwhelm¬ ing sentiment, wc have decided to hold this much deserved affair. No one nor several organizations can lay exclusive claim to -this privilege, for Mr. Beckman's handiwork is written Jn the four corners of our entire community. We are right¬ fully inviting all ot Mr. Beckman's .friends and acquaintances from the community at large. However, seating capacity is limited and those wishing to attend are requested to make early ad¬ vance reservations by calling MA. 7558. This will bo strictly a festive occasion and there will be no fund-raising whatsoever. The committee, Eislde from the co-chairmen Alasser and Ringer, includes Mitchel D. Cohen, George Goodman, Melville Frank, Abe Horo¬ witz, Abe Luper, Ztndel Pass, Sol Rising, Jerome Solove and Morris Weinstock. H. M. Katz Mr. Herman M. Katz, well-known locaA^ewiah leader and philanthro pist, was nominated for the presl dency of the Temple Tifereth Is rael Congregation for the coming year. Mr. Katz hos served the Con gregatlon for many years in vari ous capacities. He la vice-president of the Capital Mfg. Co., a member of the Board of Overseers of the Jewiah Theological Seminary of America, vice pres. of the Ohio- Kentucky Region of the Friends of the Seminary. Mr. Katz Is also president of the Hillel Foundation In the -United Jewish Fund as well as other major ¦ communal efforts. Serving with Mr, Katz will be the foUowiiig officers who were nominated: For 1st vice-prea., Charlpa Mar¬ gulis; for 2nd vice pres., Fred M. Roland; for treas., H. Joseph Clut¬ ter; for secretary, Harry S. Poit. These officwa and the members of the Board are to be elected at the congregation banquet, Sunday, May 4, 6 p. m.. In the social hay of the Temple. Rabbi Nathan Zeli¬ zer will Install the newly-elected officers and Board membera. <continaed on P«S« A) o.--— AHAVAS SHOLOM SISTERHOOD Next regular meeting of the Ahavas Sholom Sisterhood will be held Wednesday, 1 p. m., in the social hall of the synagogue. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Sol Rising. All members are urged to attend this meeting. SCHONTHAL BAY OF CANCER CLINIC PLANS BIG PARTY VAAD HOIR MEETINO A speciaJ meeting of the Vaad Hoir qf Columbua will be held Tuesday, 8:30 p. m., at Ahavas Sho¬ lom synagogue. All representatives are urgently requested to attend. Eeverybody . Is going . are you? ... to the big party at the Center, Wednesday, 8:15 p. m., tor the Joseph Schonthal Ray of the Columbus Capcer Clinic. It will be a gala affair ... Si Lakin auctioning off the gifts of great variety from lovely jewelry to household appliances. Articlea of value . . . luxury and duty. If you haven't attended an auction under the masterful and contagious art of Si Lakin, you have miaaed l^FT TO BIGHT Mr Yetta Lubin, Mrs. Theodore Slmson, Mrs. Wni. Kahn, Mrs. Jook an event. He is a master at his pro¬ fession of singing up the rates. Mrs. Sidney Putchat, chairman, announced that besides the excit¬ ing auction there will be card games which couples can make up witb their frienda (bring your own cards)—or tables which can be made up there. Tbere will be Sher Mrs Joe Skilken Seated Is Mrs. Morris Skilken. (Phbto by Topy) favors, door prizes and refresh¬ ments. 1/ you haven't sent In your con¬ tribution, do so now and receive your invitation to the party for next Wednesday. Call Mrs. Putchat, FA. 4159. or her co-chairman, Mrs. Harry Topo¬ losky, BO. 7381. ' UNITED JEWISH FUND WOMEN'S DIVISION ANNOUNCES COMMITTEE PERSONNEL; MRS. MELVYN DOUGLAS HERE with the inspiration gained by two most successful meetings held this past week, the Women's Divi¬ sion ot the United Jewish Fund faces the coming campaign with confidence id the ultimate success of its 1962 Homemaklng Drive. Sparked by Mrs. Kurt Laemmle, OUR NEW SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 5 ^ i*EIl YEAR 53 issues including New Yea'r Magazine Increase less than Ic a week DEAK SUBSORI^EB: For 30 years the Jewish Chronicle ha« never inciteosed Its Bubfloriptlon price of $3.Q0 a year. Continued rising costs ot labor and material have not only doubled but fn many fnstancee tripled. The slight increase of 50o will not be the answer to our problems, but will help. We hope you wlU understand our situation and send ua your check promptly. By so doing you will greatly encourage us In our constructive efforts on behalf of the Columbus community. Sincerely yours, OHIO JEWISH OHBONICLE »<ja>»«yOiOOO^»ooo»oo»^oo^oooooPoo^^^^o^^^^^'Oooo< National vice-chairman of the Women's Division of the United Jewiah Appeal, the Pacesetters meeting laat Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Simon Lazarua proved once again that the women of our com¬ munity are ready and willing to do their share in providing our people in Israel, in Europe and in this country, with the help they need to become worthwhile citizens of the world. A large and enthusiastic group of women attended the Pacesetters luncheon, 'and substantial gains were marked in pledges recfelved that afternoon. On Wednesday, Mrs. Laemmle addressed the Majors and members of the Steering Committee, who will bear the major responsibility in the coming campaign. Forty wohien assembled at ^he home of Mrs. Herbert Schiff heard Mrs. Laemmle tell of the struggles and sacrifices ^f the people who must turn to us for help, and reci¬ tal of personal experiencea learned on her recent: visit to Israel and Europe moved and inspired all preaent. Mrs. Laemmle^made each woman present feel that in truth and fact, she can personally turn the great homecoming of our peo¬ ple in larael into the greatest homemaklng of our history, and that, if we will it ao, we can make tbe dreaming, yearning, and striv¬ ing of those who have found In Is¬ rael a place of refuge and rest. come true -that we can bring into reality the meaning of home. With the actual opening of the 1952 campaign just around the corner, the chairmen of the Wom¬ en's Division. Mrs. Leo Kessel, Mrs. M. J. Papurt , Mrs. Herbert Schiff and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, announce the following committee assignments: Telephone Squad, which, under the leadership of Mra. Loula Mark haa done yeoman service again this year in contacting workers for the drive; Mesdames Samuel D. Edel¬ man, Troy Feibel. Jerome D. Folk- man, Robert Greene, Harry Kohn, Louis Krakoff, Irving Lackritz, Herman Lieverman. Mesdames Arthur Loeb, S... Myer Mellman, Bernard Mentzer, Ir^ Monroe, Henry Piatt, Harry Roth, E. J. Schanfarber, Ted Schlonaky, Maurice Sher, Chester Shinbach, Sanford Timen, Abe Yenkin. (continued; on paffe B) Marty Drake "Bagels & Yox" - the star- studded, laugh-laden musicomedy direct from Qroadway auccoss • will make its onj-day appearance in Columbus tomorrow at the Hart- man Theatre. Two shows are scheduled — a 2:30 matinee and the evening performance at 8:30. Choice seats are still avaUable at the Hartman box office for the matinee, and a few for the evening show. Local Lodge 62, B'nai B'rith is sponsoring this American-Yiddish musical revue. • • • Producers Al Beckman and John Pransky are presenting "Bagels & Yox", which ran for 204 per¬ formances on Broadway and is now on a nation-wide tour. With its scor<^ by - Sholom Se- cunda and Hy Jacobson, the origin¬ al cast features the Barton Bro¬ thers, Lou Saxon, Marty Drake, Larry Alpert, Rickie Layne and Velvel, Mary Forrest and Kurt Jons and his dancers. • * • Marty Drake, who sings '.'Gran¬ ada" in the ahow. not only knows his musical notes but haa an un¬ canny ear for languages. He was one of 12 young vocalists audition¬ ed by Edward Johnson In a nation¬ wide quest for "new" Metropolitan Opera voices and awarded a schol¬ arship. He waa set to make hia operatic debut in "Barber of Se¬ ville" at the "Met" when Mr. John-,, son's retirement canceled the en¬ tire scholarship program as well oa the "Barber" debut. Away from Broadway, playgoers first discovered him In "Hold Onto Your Hats," the late Al Jolaon- atarring musical in which he waa featured. He haa also had singing roles in Clifford Fischer's "Priori¬ ties," and Lou Walters' "Artists and Models," in which Jane Fro- man was starred. (continaed on pace fi) -—o — OHIO VALLEY REGION Mr. Daniel Harrison, president ot tho Ohio Valley Zionist Region, haa announced that the 13th an¬ nual Regional convention will be held here Sunday, May 25. All ffesaiona throughout tbe day will be held at the Ft. Hayes Hotel. The banquet session will take place in the Jewish Center audi¬ torium. A very interesting program with nationally prominent speakers Is being arranged. LINEN SHOWER AT AHAVAS SHOLOM The social hall of Ahavas Sholom synagogue will ba the scene of a linen shower'Sunday, May 4, from 1 p. m. to 6:00. The cause Is a worthy one — the Columbus Jewish Home for the Aged, The committee has arranged an enjoyable atternoon toe those who wish to play cards. Refreshments ^111 be served and the general pub¬ lic is Invited. Linens are in great need for the Home for Aged. Hostesses will be Mrs. Harry BJrkls, Mrs. J. Weiner, Mrs. A. Oood¬ man, Mrs. Milton Berman, Mrs. Phillip Berman, Mrs. M. Qoodman, Mrs. H. Lakin, Mrs. John Thall, Mrs. Rebecca Thall.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-04-25|
|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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