Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-24, page 01
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^f\V/y^erving Colmnbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \]P^ Vol 81, No. n COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1953 Devoted to American and Jewish Idealii Llfesaving Campajgn of UJF Women's Division to Begin MR. EBAN To Address Senate Monday at 4:30 Abe A. Wolman, chairman of the Columbua Bonda for Israel organi¬ zation, has iust received word from the Israel Embassy that Ambassa¬ dor Abba Eban can't meet with members ot the Jewish community at luncheon next Monday, as was originally planned, due to the press of urgent buaineas In Waahington. Mr. Wolman was informed that the Ambaasador'a schedule In Co¬ lumbus, due to hla arrival late Monday afternoon, would only per¬ mit tbe carrying out of his speak¬ ing enga^ment before the Ohio Senate at 4:30. The publio Is cordially invlt«d to hear Ambassador Eban In the Senate chamber at that time. Ambaasador Eban aent word to Mr. Wolman that he regrets his In¬ ability to meet with membera of the Jewish community at thia time. Mrs. Honry Newman of Kansas , City, National vice-chairman of the Women's Division of the Unit¬ ed Jewish Appeal, who recently re¬ turned from a tour of French, Moroccan aiVd Israel welfare insti¬ tutions, wllk address the three opening meetlnig:».-j2f the 1963 Llfe- savihg Campaign of the Columbua Women's Division of the United Jewlah Fund. Serving as the "eyes and the ears" of thousands of women In all parts of the U. S.. Mrs. Newman visited temporary work villages, settlements and homes in Israel, and made a study, from the wom¬ en'a point of view, of the problems affecting women and children whose welfare depends on the out-- come of this year's drive for funds. The 1963 campaign of the Wom- ena' Dlvlalon will open next Wed¬ nesday with a luncheon meeting at the home of Mra, Robert Lazarus, 2076 Foir Ave. MR& NEWMAN aT that time. Mrs. Newman will address the Pacesetters of our community; women who, by their gifts, will establish and aet the pace for the rest of the women who will contribute to tho campaign during the forthcoming drive. The success of the entire 1953 Llfesaving Campaign will depf'nd, in a very large measure, on the response of the women who attend the Pacesetters meeting, and the advance gifts made that afternoon. Reservations are still being accept- e<l for this luncheon meeting, and* may be made by calling Mrs. Wil¬ liam Schlff, DO. 8786. Many enthusiastic young women are assisting the chairmen and committee on Organissation of the Young Matrons' Group, In securing reservations for the Premier meet- in of this group next Wednesday, 8 p. m., at Ilonka's Provincial House, which will also be addressed by <coBtliiaMl aa p*f 5) Busy Schedule in United Jewish Fund 1953 Drive; Reservations Increase With the approach of the most important events In the United Jewlah Fund campaign, Fred Yenkin, chairman ot the IftSa drive, stated this week that prospecU for aucceasful affairs are Very bright. The Women's DlWaion Is planning Its Pace-Setter'a Luncheon and Young Matron'a Premiere next Wedneaday. The ;nen'a Special Glftt dinner ia Tuesday, May 6, at the Winding Hollow Country Club, 6 p. m. Convention of Ohio ey Zionists annual convention of Ohioy^lley Zlonlat Region will lace at Congregation B'nai Tcob, 602 E. Wayne St., Fort aync, Ind., thia Sunday. The convention program will In¬ clude reports of all the districts In the Region. Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of Ameri¬ ca, wIU address the noon aesalo^. Mendel N. Fisher, executive di¬ rector of the Jewish National Fund, will spe^k at the JNF ses¬ sion, and Leon Ilutovlch, Aasistant Executive Director of the ZOA, will discuss the ZOA and Ita present tasks. William Glveta. Daniel Harrison, Dr. Max P. Kanter and Fi-od M. Levi are expected to attend the conference In Fort Wayne. Mr. Harrison ia preaident of the Reg¬ ion. BOARD MEETING Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will Junior Sisterhood Minstrel Show The minstrel ahow of the Junior Slaterhood, Broad St. Temple, will take place thla Sunday, 3:30 p. m. A gay program with Lynn Bar¬ aah as Interlocutor and Mrs- Ben Barban ia ready for presentation. THERE WILL BE specialty num¬ bers Including a tap dance by Linda Fiahman and Carol Michael¬ son ; a piano duo by Judy and Renee Zelizer; a pantomlne, "Poor Little Robin", Alan Waaserstrom and Fred A'bramson: a mind-read¬ ing act by Anne Pearlman and Wendy Abrams; a monologue, Debby Zelizer; Jokes by Janice (contlnaed on ji»K« 4) Jack Resier, chairman of the Special Gifts Division, announced that reservations are coming In at a riate faster than at any time In recent yeara. Mr. Reslcr stated: '"This campaign ia producing great cnthuslaam. People are aware of the necessity of achieving our goal- a minimum increase qf 25% from every prospect; I know al¬ ready that some people ^re Intend¬ ing to give much more than that since they will find It posalble to double or triple their gifts. (continued on psiE« 4) hold Its next board meeting Mon¬ day, 8 p. m., In the Minnie Cobey Library. Hillel 'Stunt Nite' Next Wednefsday Eight fraternities and sororltlos and an Independent Women's group will participate in Hlllel Foundation's annual Stunt Nlte next Wednesday In the University Hall's chapel. Froceedri will go to the United Jewish'Students Fund. Judges will be Prof. Wilson DMmble and Margaret Bllcklc, of the Dep't of English at OSU. Chairman for Stunt Nito ia flar- clA Ginsberg. Admission is $1 and the public is invited. Agudas Achim Brotherhood to Provide TV Sets Wednesday Evening for Fight Fans BX)B THOSB WGHT FANS who don't want to miss next wcelt'a telecast of the Chucli Davey match, two TV sets will be Installed in tho social hall at Agudas Achim Synagogue, as part of the Brotherhood's big evening of entertainment A fun. The affair Is Wednesday, starting with a brief business meeting at 8 p. m. FEATURE ATTRACTION, of course, is the personal appearance of singer Mel Tormc, who will be at the club Palm Gardens all next week. Torme will "go on" promptly at 8:30. William. Goodman, preaident of Agudas Achim Brotherhood, Invites all male members. Center Pre-School Dinner May 4 The Parents Group of the Jewish Center Pre-School is planning Its annual dinner, Thursday, May 14, 6:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Mrs. Paul Calllf, chairman, and her co-chairman, Mrs. Elaine Gor¬ man, have planned a delightful dinner and evening of fenjoyable entertainment. THE FOLLOWING women are serving as chairmen, aiding Mrs. Callif: Program. Mrs. AlbeJ't Shkolnik; Decorations. Mrs. Henry Samuels, Mrs. Richard Lieberman; Food. Mrs. Hyman Goldberg; Telephone, Mrs, Jeffrey Siegel; Publicity, Mrs. Louis Berliner. Mrs. Walter Robinson is presi¬ dent of the group. All friends and alumni of the school are cordially Invited. Make reservationf by phoning DO. 81-16 or EX. 3063. CANTOR MEISELS To Present Concert At T. I. Affair S^ul Meisels, noted cantor and popular BCA-Victor recording ar¬ tist, will prfasent a concert pro¬ gram of liturgical, new Israeli, chassidic and Yiddish folksongs of satire and humor as a highlight of Temple Tlfereth Israel's install¬ ation banquet Tuesday, May S, 6:30 p. m. , t The affair will l>e held In the Temple social hall. Rabbi Nathan Slelizer will Install the officers. Chairman of the banquet is Mr. Charles Margulis. For reservations, (conllBned on psge ft) Final Meeting- For Ivreeyoh-PTA The Ivreeyoh-PTA of the Colum¬ bus Hebrew School will hold Its closing meeting for the season Tuesday, 8 p. m.. In the- Jewish Center auditorium. The following teachers will each preaent a model leaaon with one of their claasea: Mra. J. Rottenberg, L. Kaas, B. Solomon and M. Rotten¬ berg. THE LESSONS wlll include most of the subject matter taught in the school. Mra. William Nullman, preaident of Ivreeyoh, will open the meeting. Mra. Albert A. Blank, PTA chair¬ man,, will be In charge of the pro¬ gram. Greetinga will be extended by Dr. A. H. Kanter, preaident pf tiie Hebrew School. Refreshments will be served by Ivreeyoh Society and patents and frlenda are Cordially invited. MR. NELSON To Perform Sunday For Hadassah Robert E. Nelaon, maater of legerdemain, will . be preaented to astound, myatlfy and delight you with his fascinating magic tricks and feats of mlnd-readlng during the intermlaslon of Hadaasah's "Enchanted Evening" ball, tomor¬ row, 9 p. m.. at the Jewlah Center. Bob, who ia an ace magician, manufacturer of magic equipment, and the author of 39 technical booka, owns and operates the Nel¬ son Magic Shop, 336 B. High St. If ever y^u have been hoodo winked by mystics or entertained by api ritualists, odds are that the propa and even the Ideas originated in Bob's Uttle shop, for Nelson'a fame la world wide. He recently sent aome equipment "to osslat the mind reader" to a myatic In Cal¬ cutta, India. BOB ATTRACTED world-wide publicity in 1947 when he correctly predicted the headllnea In three Pittaburgh newspapera- two daya in advance. For all his varied activities, Bob's first love is the stage and when he gets the acting bug he takes to the theater boards at least 10 or 12 weeks each year as Dr. Korda Ra Mayne. He's ranked with the best In the bualness. ir PROSnSES to be an exciting Interlude to the evening of dancing. Music will be supphed by Chuck Solby and his orchestra. A filled Hadassah bank or $& Is the ad¬ mission for this wonderful evening planned by Hadassah women for you and your husband. A taaty snack, served at midnlte, will make the evening complete. If you ftre In need of a baby¬ sitter for tomorrow night, call Marjorie Waaserstrom, DO. 6722, or Gerry Shkolnlk, DO. 8206, who will be happy to arrange for one for you. HOSTS AND hostesses for the evening, who will wel.come Ha¬ dassah's guests, are the husband and wife teama of: Bernard Frank, Myer Mellman, Ben Smllack, Leon Schottensteln, David Roth, Richard Leviaon, Ber- (contlnned oa psfe 4) PTC Style Show at Bryden Rd. Temple The Parent-Teachers Council will conduct its 2nd annual style show in the vestry of Bryden Rd. Temple next Thursday, 7:48 p. m. ••Younger Then Springtime" will be thtf toeme, with children from every class being the models. Narrations wlll be by Mrs. May¬ nard Kaplan, accompanied by Mrs. Sol Zell. Rabbl Jerome D. Folkman will Install new officers and members of the board «r the PTC. Mrs. Folkman wlil give the open¬ ing prayer.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-24|
|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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