Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-02-13, page 01
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2Ji\// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\/AR Vol. 81, No. 7 COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY, FEBBUARY IS. 1953 Devoted to Ainerlcan and Jewish Ideal* , Mra. Milton Berman, Mrs. Irvine Cohen, Mrs. J. A. Barnett, Mrs. Sam Valcov. Agudas Achim Slst* rhood has completed plans for a gala party Jn the synagogue's social hall Sunday evening. Price of admission is $100. in sales tax stamps, per person, or the equivalent amount in cash 'J3.00). The party will start at 9 p, " . ^ -- - ~~~~- with Sisterhood'.s <-h firm ing hns- tesacH in rharge. KntertainmVnt will be A-1, high¬ lighted by the nppetirance of Nor¬ man Palmer, well-Unown ent<T- taincr from Detroit's Latin Quar¬ ter and radjo-TV star. Ivoeal talent will add to the en¬ tertainment program, featuring Betty Zisliind and Alex Clowson. Attendance Urged For Mass Protest Meeting A protest tigainst Soviet unti-Semitism will be voiced by Columbus ./ewi.sh organi- z;itioii.s next Tiicsdiiy, «:;«) p. m., at the .lewish Center. Harry Zvi Zinder, pres.s officer of the l.srael, delegation to the UN, will be the prin¬ cipal speaker. Invitations also have >een .sent to .Senator.s Taft and Bricker, Congress¬ man VOrys, Gov. Ijausche and Mayor Oestreicher. . Zindcr. a veteran newsman, form- Mrs. Stern Planning- Fabulous Fashion Show Feb. 25 Aecor<ling tn the ealendar, the fir.st day nf Spring i.s Nfar. 21, hut the very smart women' of the rom- niiinity are not waiting until thnt ^M^—>¦ I . - ^mmmmm^tm ] day to pititi thcJr spring ward¬ robes. These women are planning Addresses Hadassah r^ »"ond a gaia style show "Suddenly It's Spring", VVedn(,'sday, Feb. 25. 2 p. m., in the Little Thea¬ ter of the Gallery of Fine Arts. This showing, whkh will include costumes of many of the top-notch designers, as well aa clothes far casual wear, in from the newly- organized and exclusive ahop of Mrs. Eugene Gray, Inc. Mrs. Leonard J- Stem, v^ell- known In the community for her work in the field of fashion and commentating, haa planned and produced the show and will com¬ mentate the show, as her fund- raJsihg activity, in oonjunt-tion with the Ways and JVIeans commit¬ tee of the Bryden Rd. Temple Sis¬ terhood. Mrs. Gertrude Moellers, the new manager of Mrs. Eugene Gray, haa been working with Mrs. Stern to make this twmost pleaaurable af¬ fair. ) (vontiavtil on page 5> MK. LOCKARD Hadassah has two guest stars for ita meeting next Tuesday, 1 p. m.. at the Jewish Center. Mra. Ben Sussman and Mrs. Aaron Zacka, program chairmen, promise very fine entertalnmejit for the after¬ noon, different and unusual. MURRAY LOCKARD has been charming Columbus audiences for many years with his pleasing man¬ ner and unique dramatic presenta¬ tions. In his own discerning style, Murray will review the popular, beat-selling novel, "The Sojourner". This novel, written by Marjorie Klnnan Rawlings, ia a storj^ of li/e in the mid-weat country and lends Itself well to Mr. Lockard'a Individ¬ ual talents. Loekard will be remembered for his popular "Air-Lane Library' over radio WOSU, in which he par¬ ticipated in the discussion and dramatizations of books. He also has taken part in many serious <contlDae(l oq pAffO S) To Discuss Parents Next Wednesday "Parents Aren't So Bad After All" will be the aubject of Dr. Roalvn Parlaer's talk at the Jewiah Cen¬ ter's Pre-School Parents Group next Wedneaday, 1 p, m., at the Center. Dr. Pariaer la well-qualified to apeak on this topic. She Is now a practicing psychiatrist in our city and is on Che staff of the Chil¬ dren's Mental Health Center here. Mrs. Waltef Robinson will pre¬ side at Wednesday's meeting. Opening prayer will be given by Mrs, Jack Silberstein. A deasert luncheon will be served by the hoapltallty chairman, Mrs. Maurice Bleich, and the following hosteaaes: Mesdames Hy Goldberg, Elaine Corman, Rudolph Stern, Walter Roblnaon. ly was chief of bureau for Time and L-ife magazines In Paris and the Middle East. He is familiar with the sinister forces at work behind the Iron Curtain and the power mad clique in tbe Kremlin. The Columbus Zioni.Ht riJHtrict Is- HUffi the rnll far i^r protest after an urgent rr'qucst fnr community expression wii.s made by Lhr- nation¬ al nffirrti of the KOA. Pr. Bernard Mindlin, pn^ldent af the CohinihuH Zionist diHtrict, Mi.id t here would be no solicita¬ tion at the meeting, whleh Ih e\- pe<'t(Ml to draw hea\tly from thi* .Jewish population of C'OhimhuN. In announcing the meeting. I.>r Mindlin said it was called to pro¬ test "the rebuilding of German (MHiccntration camps for Jcw.s un¬ der the leadership of notorlou.s Nazi hangmen." He pointed out that a former Gestapo leader. Horst Valte, had been placed in command of the East German secret police section dealing with Jews, Valt^ formerly was in charge of \hv Warsaw gh.«ttQ:,><im:iilg the- Niyzi occupation of Poland. Thia latest Soviet tactic .occas¬ ioned the revival of concentration camps in the worst tradition of Adolf Hitler. In line with thia policy, the Reds are threatening the lives of some 2,5 million Jews, The Zionist organization, there¬ fore, is seelting to ohtjiln the^ emigration of those threatened souIh to IstnM't. Thus far, the ('onunuiiists ha\e refuned to per¬ mit thl.4. Writers, political leaders and statesmen interpret the new Red Ipimtinued on pagf 6i Hadassah Sponsors Sabbath Service Coiumhua Chapter of Senior Ha¬ dassah will hold its annual sa:bbath service next Friday, Feb. 20, 8:15 p, m., at Agudas Achim synagogue. Hadaasah women will participate In the service as hostesses for the Oneg Shabbat to follow. Mrs. John Geraten, Religious chairman. Announced that guest speaker will be Mrs. Max Frank, regional v. pres. of Hadaasah. Mrs. Frank, who is a charming and in¬ formative speaker, is traveling here from her homi? in Di'troit' to participate In the Hadaasah Sab¬ bath Service, Pulpit guesta who will partici¬ pate in the service are Mesdames foontlnoed oa p«C« S) A Dynamic Speaker CHAIRMAN or T. I. PARTY ANO PLAY OIRECTOR Mnt. Harry (ietz (above right) Is chairman of tht^ 41st birthday party of the Tifereth Israel Sisterhood which will be held Siuida}' in the social hall oT BVond St. Tomplr, 0 p. m. Mrs. Sa«i \Voli»»n (abftve Ioft> is illreotlnK tho muaical comedy, "South Persia", the entertainment for the evening. This affair Is traditionally an outstanding event in the Columbus community. A buffet dinner is being planned, under the supervision of Mrs. Anna Shenker, "South Persia"., with local T. I. talent, promises to be a aclntillat- ing p p'o d u c t i o n. Professionally planned, it Is based on a Purlm heme, using the muaical tunes of Broadway's hit, "South Pacific", Mrs. Sam Wolman has the capable assistance of Mr. Larry Kent in the direction of the musical, Tbe chorus Is doing ita part with pVo- ft^asional verve and freshness. The cast includes: Mesdames Sam Wolman, William Zelko, Richard Lieberman, Bep Goodman, WHIIam Bataah, Ken¬ neth Solomon. Mesdames Paul Herwald, Nor¬ man Katz, Herman Geichman, Ed¬ ward Feinatein, Martin Lieberman, Sam Helman. Mate roles will be played by Bernard Doctor. Alex Clowson, Larry Kent, Bobby Cohen, Michael Getz, Marshall Getz, The following chairmen are an¬ nounced: Director of dance, Mra, Edward Feinatein; Costumes, Mra Morris Palne; Musical arrange¬ ments and pianist, Mra. Joseph Groban, Propertlea, Mrs. Abe Sla¬ vin and Mrs. Larry Kent; Make¬ up. Miss Helen Gruber; Telephone, (contlnned on.pftK« 5) MRS. LEFF Pioneer Women are proud to present Mrs. Clara Leff, of Brook¬ lyn, N. Y., as port of an outstand¬ ing program for the annual donor dinner, Feb. 22, 6 p. m., at Beth Jacob synagogiie. Mrs. Leff is a member of Pioneer Women'a national board and' a former chairman of the New York City Council of Pioneer Women. She was also national chairman for Jewish National .Fund. She toured (contlnaed on psKe 8) Next Blood Donor Day Is Scheduled Here Mar. 4 Onoe again the Jewish Com¬ munity Blood Donor Council takes up the big responsibility to raise blood in the Columhus area. Co¬ lumbua Jewry has so far made a good record for itself. Officers are counting on everyone who can possibly give blood to do so. "B" Day will bo Wedneaday, Map. i. The Red Cross Mobile Unit will *be stationed at the Jewish Center from 12 noon to 6 p. m. A complete staff of personnel will be on duty. A remarkable new use haa been found for blood . . . Increased quantities wilt be processed Into serum albumin and gamma globu¬ lin fractions, the latter to be used for the prevention of paralysis in polio, as well as tor the treatment of measles and iTifectious hepatitis. In addition, blood will he used for: 1. Blood for civilian,ugc In hosplt^ als. (This is the Inaurance pro¬ gram of pur Jewiah Commijnlty Council plan whereby any member of. our community is guaranteed Red Cross blood). 2. Whole blood for our wounded boys fighting In Korea. 3. Blood plasma for the armed forces and for emergencies In this country. The serum' used for the preven¬ tion of paralysis la polio will be used at Che discretion ot the State Health Dep't, In emergencies for the prevention of this crippling disease in epidemic areas. Anyone who is In fairly good health can give blood. Single min¬ ors from 18 to 21 must have writ¬ ten permission from parent or guardian. Remember, donating a pint of blood will not weaken you anymore than an afternoon ot light exercise. This year's "B" Day takes on added significance because of the new discovery of this dramatic jPew use for blood. Mr. Biehn, chalrmaji of the Franklin County Chapter of the American Red Crosa, atated that the. collection of blood for gamma globulin and serum albumin com¬ pares with the collection of blood for dried plasma, which ia being stockpiled to be used in emergen¬ cies whenever they occur. Calls &re being made now to all prospective blood donors. You are urged to make a definite appoint¬ ment for "B" Day. If you cannot make it on that day, an appoint¬ ment will be m^e for another time at tho Red Crosa Blood Cen¬ ter. CaU FE. B541.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-02-13|
|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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