Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-03, page 01
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Mufjeum N. High St. at 15th—1 .VI ...ul Ati'haedllRlral A- Historlra MuRPum ¦';-- /" V •llipli .SI al Ifilli-- 1 National Women s League Head To Address Conference Here The Oliio-Kentucky Branch of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America will meet In conference at the Nell House April 13-15. Mrs. Martin Shenker, local conference chairman, announces that the speaker for the banquet on April 14 at Broad St. Temple, 6:80 p. m., will be Mrs. Emanuel Slrter of Long Island, N. Y. The career of Mrs. Slher, presi¬ dent of National Women's League, typifies that unique blending of American and Jewish cultures which the Conservative movertient holda up as an ultimate for Its ad¬ herents. Mrs. Slner,. a graduate lawyer, studied at Columbia University and St. Lawrence University. A mem¬ ber of the New York State Bar, ahe Is one of the founders of the Queens County Women's Bar As¬ sociation. Mrs. Slner la the wife of Dr. Emanuel Slner, and has two chil¬ dren. She was president of the Metro¬ politan Branch of National Wome- en s League in 1946 47 48 and Ib liHROMCLE lli\J/ Serving Columbus and Ceniral CTiio Jewish Communily ^/\\^ VoL 81, No. 14 CX)LrMBrS, OHIO. FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 19^3 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals MRS. E. SINER now on the advisory council of the branch, and Is also on the co¬ ordinating council of the I-«ng la- land Division. Mrs. Slner Is on the Board ot f Directors of the National Jewish Welfare Board; is an honorary vice-president of the Jewish Publi¬ cations Society and la a member of the Board of Overseera of the Jew¬ ish Theological Seminary of A- merlca. A firm believer that education should be a continuing process, Mra. Siner had taken post graduate courses In Bible, Philosophy, He¬ brew, Pedagogy for Jewlali Relig¬ ious Schools, History of the Jewa, Practice of Medicine and Bacterio¬ logy. This attractive and gracious woman is well known as an en¬ grossing speaker. She has so suc¬ cessfully spanned thla breadth of activity, maintaining ail the while her Jewiah poise, her civic balance and her own feminine iuatcr. Local men and women desiring to attend this banquet and other conference sessions may m&ke res¬ ervations by contacting Mrs. Nor¬ bert Kruger, DO. 0847. Tlfereth Israel Gift Shop wlll be on display at the Tiell Houae during all conference sessions. Mrs. Mitchel Rosen will be chair¬ man in charge of the diiiplays. United Jewish Fund Appoints General Solicitation Chairmen B.B. Welcoming Committee Chosen to act as hosts and host esses for the B'nal B'rlth dance Sund&y, April 12, is a group of hus^ band and wife teams. The welcom¬ ing committee wlll handle all res¬ ervations and will show all Ben B'rlths and escorts to their tables. The kingdom is the Lord's: and He is the governor among the na¬ tions.—Psalms LXIX, 5. Members oflthe AVelcomlng com¬ mittee are: Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pol¬ ster, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. David Palne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling, Mr. and Mrs. L Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. William Null- man, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schoen¬ baum and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ham¬ eroff. All B'nai B'rlth members are In¬ vited to call DO. 6221 for reserva¬ tions. David Leviaon, Ira Monroe and Herbert Scl^iff have accepted ap¬ pointment as co-chairmen of the General Solicitation Division of the United Jewish Fund, in response tn the invitation by Richard J. Abel, president, and Fred Yenkln, 19M Campaign chairman. In announcing their acceptance, Messrs. Abel and Yenkin stated: "This year we are attempting to Improve again our plana for the general solicitation of prospects in thn Men's Division. Each of the three co-chairmen haa a long his¬ tory of service in previous cam¬ paigns and In varioua welfare or¬ ganizations. Wc know that they will come through with a wonder¬ ful campaign, and in the process, will organize their teams so that Majors, workers and prospect.s all will have a clear understanding of the causes supported by the Fund. and will give generously when called upon." . DAVID LEVLSON hius served as a co-chairman of the General So¬ licitation Division for .severfli years. He ia a member of the .lewlsh Cen¬ ter, Jewish Community Council, B'nai B'rlth and Bryden Rd. Tem¬ ple. He la a board member of the Excelsior Club, Zionist Orflganlza- tion of America, Columbus Chap¬ ter, and Agudas Achim Congrega¬ tion. Mr, Levlson has also been an Subscribers to Bonds for Israel Campaign Encouraged to Redeem Pledges in Cash "Effectiveness of the "Israci Bond Redemption Month" campaign In Columbus la already In evidence In the cash being made available to Implement the economic program of the State of Israci, Abe Wolman, creneral chairman of the Columbus Bonds for Isrjiel campaign, re- .. .rted. The campaign is designed to en¬ courage subscribers to State of Is¬ rael Independence bonds, who have not yet paid for their bonds, to re¬ deem their pledges In cash. Through a small army of volunteer workers, each of these aubacrlhers wlll be called upon as the campaign Increases in intensity, Mr. Wolman stated. The casli redemption effort will reach Its clima.\ by April 25, the flth anniversary of Israel's Independence, when commemora¬ tive services will be held The Importance of cash redemp¬ tions was stressed by Mr. Wolman. who pointed out that Israel'a ser¬ ious economic plight can only be alleviated through the availability of American dollars. "Thus far, more than 500,000 per¬ sons throughout the U. S. have sub¬ scribed to $160,000,000 In State of Israel bonds, the central source of investment funds for building the young nation's Industry and agrri- culture," Mr. Wolman said. "MONKY PnoVTOED through the purchase of these bonda has al- t'eady played a major role in. changing the face of this anciient l^dr and ia constructing an econo¬ my able to meet the heavy de¬ mands placed upon It. Those who have not fulfilled their commit¬ ments to purchase Israel bonds should do so immediately, so that the people of Israel can go for¬ ward in their historic undertak¬ ing." 4 ardent worker In United Appeals campaigns. Red Cross and Polio drives. IRA MONROK hns previously .served in the Special Gifts Di¬ vision and aa a Major In the Gen¬ eral Solicitation Division. He is a member of B'nal B'rith and Zionist Organization of Ameri¬ ca. He is president of the Board of Education of Broad St. Temple and is a board member of the Jewish Center, Jewish Community Coun¬ cil, Anti-Defamation League, Com¬ munity Relatione Committee, and the Excelsior Club. HERBERT SCHIFF was a vice- chairman in Special Gifts last year and has served as a leader and worker in both Special Gifts and General Solicitation divisions. He is a member of B'nal B'rlth. Brandeis University Associates. Winding Hollow Country Club, and has served on the boards of the Co¬ lumbua Hebrew School, Jewiah Community Council. Anti-Defama¬ tion league. Community Relations Committee, Jewish Center, Jewish Family Service, Zionist; Organiza¬ tion of America and 6ryden Rd. Temple. He has also served as VIce-Chairman of the National Firms in the United Appeals Cam¬ paign. In his IndusEVy he Is a board member of the shoo Industry's phil¬ anthropic organization, called "210 Associates." Messrs. Leviaon, Monroe, and Schlff Issued the following joint statement: "Wo arq glad to accept chairmanship In tho Gen¬ eral Solicitation Division because we know that this division reaches out to aecure gifts from more than 1200 men. "These are the rank and filers who we know will give generously this year. We hope our Majors who'll work with us and the solici¬ tors will be successful In describing tbe ^eat humanitarian work made possible by the contrlbutlona re¬ ceived. "Our plan thla year la to concen¬ trate all our efforts on a one-'day General Solicitation campaign. !V(ay 17 has been chos«n for this purpose. It wUl t>e known tut . UJF Day. We are grateful that the community organizations, in¬ cluding the temples, have all agreed to cooperate -by ceasing activities in the nnoming anil^ early afternoon of that day so ^ that oil workers may concen¬ trate on soliciting during the hours of 11 a, m. ai>d 2 p. m. "We hope that all men. who con¬ tribute In this dlvlalon will atay at home until the solicitor calls upon them. We hope the solicitors will be given a hearty welcome and that all wlll respond generoualy when called upon." Women's Division Steering Committee Plana for the 1933 "Llfc-SavIng Campaign" of the Women's Di¬ vision of the United Jewish Fund of Columbus were formulated and discussed at the firat meeting of the recently appointed Steering Committee, held laat week at the home of Mrs. Herbert Schlff. The personnel of thu Steering Committee, which is composed of outstanding women leaders of the community, was announced by Mrs. Schiff Accepts JDA Chairmanship Jack Schlff of Columbus, execu¬ tive vice-president of the Shoo Corp. of America, haa accepted the post of National Chairman of the Shoe Industry Division of the Joint Defense Appeal. In Columbus, JDA U a benefi¬ ciary of the United Jewish Fund. Mr. Schlff, who Is first vice-pres. of the National Association of Shoe Chain Stores, is chairman of the Ohio and Kentucky Region of ADL In his new post,, Mr. Schiff will mobilize increased support among leaders in the shoe Industry throughout the country behind the programs ot AJC nnd ADL for ex¬ posing and counteracting a n 11- Seniltic bigots, conducting scienti¬ fic research on prejudice, p.romot- Ing better group relations and safe¬ guarding civil rights. Stunt Nighters To Present "Follies" ¦"Club Top Hat" wll! present tlie Follies of '53 at the Jewiah Cen¬ ter, Saturday, April 15, with danc¬ ing to the musii of Sammy Hop¬ kins, from 8:30 p. m. to midnight. Tho following member organiza¬ tions of the Teen-Agu Council wlll present skits as part of the floor show: Sigma Theta Pl'and Phi Gamma Gamma sororities. AZA, Council¬ ettes. B'nai B'rith Glrla and Kappa Tau Zeta fraternity. They will compete for the Stunt Night trophy and plaque. Judgea will |>e Nlta Hutch of WTVN and Maurice Jackson of WVKO. Stunt Night committee Includes Jack Meyers, Susan Polster and Bob Weller. Admission Is 76c per person, cover charge. Reservations can bp made at the Center desk or with any one on tho oommlttee. Schlff, who. together with Mrs. M. J. Papurt, Mrs. Milton J. Leeman and Mrs. Richard Abel, will serve as co-chairmen of the Women'a Dt' viaion of tho 1953 fund drive. The tallowing women have ac¬ cepted key poaitlons In the cam¬ paign, formal opening of which Is aet for Tuesday evening, May 12, when the $50 "Minimum Gift" din' ner will take place at the Winding Hollow Country Club: failing Chairman. Mrs. Harry Goldberg; Reservations, Mrs- Harry Roth; Transportation, Mrs. Armand Abel and Mra. Abe Yen¬ kin; Arrangmenta, Mrs. Ben Kahn; Hostesses, Mrs. Louis Madison; Pages, Mrs. Theodore Schlonsky and Mrs. Jack Sllberstein. Mrs. Robert Lazarus haa accept¬ ed a poat on the Steering Oommlt¬ tee, and wlll work with several members of the Adviaory Council. In planning the F^acesettera "Spec¬ ial Gifts" luncheon at her home Wednesday. April 29. BIBLE QUOTES I will gather ... my flock . . . and will bring them again to their (olds . . . and tbe^. ahall fear no more, nor be dismayed, neither shall they be lacking, saith the Lord—Jer. 23: 3, 4. ... The God of heaven hath given tbeie a kingdom and strength and glory.—Dan. 8:87. Men's Club Elects Tlfereth Israel Men's Club will hold its nomination and election of officers in the form of a stag meet¬ ing Tueaday, 8:30 p. m., at Broad St. Temple. Officers to be choaen for 10&3-&4 include president, three vice-presi¬ dents, aecretary, treasurer and a Board of Directors. A regular stag meeting is sched¬ uled after the elections, including cards and refreshments. ATTORNKY (JREE.VWALD (it EST SPEAKER Mr. Joseph Swartz, president of Beth Jucob Congregation, hoa ex¬ tended an Invitation to Mr. Jaek Greenwald, aon of Rabbi and Mra. Leopold Greenwald, to deliver a guest aermon on the final day of Passover (April 7), Immediately prior to memorial services. Attorney Greenwald was grad¬ uated from the Univeralty of Den¬ ver CoUege of Law In 1952 and was admitted tp the Colorado bar In that year. He maintains an office tor the general practice of law in Denver. GREENWALD HAS BEEN on the Hebrew School and Sunday School staff and haa served as principal of the same at the Nat¬ ional Home for Jevdsh Children at Denver for six years and has con¬ ducted high holy days services in the capacity as rabbi and cantor for the Jewlah community at Rock Springs, Wyo. The guest speaker has chosen as his subject, "A Young Attorney Looka at Judaism." This is a $200 "Minimum Gift" function, and sets the pace for the giving of all tho rest of the women In our community. Guest speaker at the lunciheon will be Mrs. Henry Newman of Kansas City, a national vice chairman of the Women's Di¬ vision, who recently returned from Israel. While Mrs. Newman Is in the city,'she will also addreas the new¬ ly-organized Young Matrons sec¬ tion of the local Women's Division, , whfch Is being headed for the first year of Ita activity by Mrs. William Gllck, with Mrs. Alvin Schotten¬ steln and Mrs. Oscar Weston aa her co-chairmen. The Young Matrons' section Is an Innovation In the Women'a Division of Columbua, although its success In other communities has been phenomenal, and great things are expected of It here. It is designed especially to raise the level of participation of young married wonien in our eomnmnity, and a large and en- thuNliUitic group of Young Mat- ronfi ure already hard at work, planning the "Minimum Func¬ tion" to be held Wednesdaj' eve¬ ning, April 20. Chairmen ot the Majora' lunch¬ eon to be given at the home of Mra. Richard Abel Thursday, April 30, will be Mrs. Joseph Levlson and Mrs. I. E. Sealfon of the Steering Committee. Already hard at work obtaining solicitors for the campaign Is the Telephone Committee, headed by Mra. Louis Mark and Mrs. Harry Getz. Preparations of kits for workera will be under the direction of Mrs. Robert Levy and Mrs. K. J. Schanfarber. Headquarters for the Women's Division will be at the Jewish Cen¬ ter, with Mrs. Herbert Levy In charge of the office and report dates for majors and workera. The Speakers' Bureau will be under the direction of Mrs. Abe Wolman, with Mrsi Theodore Schlonsky Jn charge of Organization Contribu- I tions.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-03|
|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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