Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-11-13, page 01
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AU'H.K"llglCUl 1^ lllSUMlrJll Mii.^ciini K. nigh yt. :u IMli—1 RABBI RABINOWITZ At Installation Rabbl J. S. Rabinowitz will bo the main .speaker for Ahavas Sho¬ lom Congregation's annual Installa¬ tion dinner at the synagogue to¬ morrow. 5:30 p. m. Larry Kent will be master of ceremonies nnd M. Jonas Is pro¬ gram chairman. Ahavaa Sholom Sisterhood is in charge of the din- nor. The new slate of offirors will be installed by Mitchel Cohen. Members who havt.»n't made res- ervationa for themselves and their familloa are urged to do so imme¬ diately by calling Barney Ringer, MA. 7558, or by contacting any of the officers or trustees. »HROMCLE 2]|\\,y~Serving Columbus and Cenlral Ohio Jewish Communily VOL. 31, No. 47 tX)Ll,MBl!S, OHIO, FUIDAV, .NOVKiMISKU l:i. 19.13 DevottMl to American and Jewish Ideals Capacity Crowd Guaranteed for BBW Menorah Ball on Nov. 22 MISS MURAI At Hillel Sunday Jean Mural, folk singer, who will appear at the Ohio State Univer¬ sity HiUel Foundation this Sunday. 8:30 p. m,, brings to her audience songs of all nations with the au¬ thenticity of a native. Miss Mural returned recently from an extensive tour through Europe and Israel, where she sang and participated In the life of the farm co-operative, AI'TER A YEAR abroad, she returned for her American concert commltmitnts; from here she tour¬ ed Puerto Rico and Haiti. After completing a bachelor of arts in language and masters de- (rontinurd from pajte 'I) As over 150 women turn In their reports of pledges received for the IGth annual fund-raising pfoject of B'nai B'rith Women, it Is cvl- dent that the Menorah Ball Sunday evening, Nov. 22 at Valley Dale, aa the climax of th.e 1953 fund-ralaing effort, will be a tremendous suc¬ cess and that a capacity turnout will again be present for an eve- ning of dancing and entertain¬ ment. fleadllning the Menorah Ball Re. view will be the outstanding and distinctive comedian of night club and television fame. HARVKY STONK, who has captivated aud¬ iences from coaat-to-coast with his different brand of wit and humor. The addition of the comedy band act known aa the IvOg Jammerfi, with their side-splitting antics and unusual musical presentations, as¬ sures'all who attend a program of entertainment such ns they have seldom experienced with a com¬ plete 90-minute show. Dancing will begin al R;30 p. m., to Chuck Sel¬ by's orchestra, with the floor show acheduled for 10'.30. and the award¬ ing of tho Florida luxury vacation trip for two, with 10 wonderful days at the Delano Hotel, to take place at midnight, THERE IS STIM. time to moke a pledge to the Menorah Ball, and UJA Appeals For Pledge Payments An urgent appeal for tnaximum cash payments on pledges made to the United Jewish Fund was issued this week by R. J. Abel, president, and Abe Weinfeld, treasurer, of the UJF. "Wo have received requests for immediate cash from a great many of the agencies which benefit from rtur annual community campaign in order to carry out their vital programs," Abel and Weinfeld said. "Some of the agencies are so desperately short of cash funds that they are faced with curtailing their services and help to persons who are dependent on them for their health and welfare," For that reason, we are asking tlmt every |>erHon with an un¬ paid luikince, please pay promptly as much in canh ila poHHible. ho that we Clin fulfill our obligations to these agencies und the persons they Horve." Chanukah Dinner for Israel Bonds Scheduled Dec. 6 I. C. Bonis and Raymond D. Nateman. co-chairmen of the commit¬ tee planning the Chanukah dinner for larael set for Sunday evening, pec. B, in the social hall of Temple Tlfereth Israel, are organizing func¬ tioning committees for the event which la designed to present an en- to receive tickets toward the Flori¬ da trip. Mail check for your contri¬ bution to Mra. I. M. Harris. 330 S. Roosevelt, and tickets will be sent Immediately. Contributions, which are income tax deductible, will also be accept¬ ed at Valley Dale Sunday night. Nov. 22. B'nai B'rith Womon have ac¬ cepted a tremendous quota and reaponslbility this year, to the many projects and philanthropies supported and maintained by them, both in thiff country ahd In Israel, and must raise a maximum sum, if they are to meet their obliga¬ tions VOIR ASSISTANrfc in this work is cordially invited, by your contributions to the Menorah Ball. (r(>n(lnu«<l on pax« 4) tertainlng evening for the Temple realize a cash aale of Israel bonds. With the year rapidly drawing to a close. Bonds for larael plans in Columbua call for cash collection on all unpaid commitments before January 1, and sales of new bonds for cash rather than pledged com¬ mitments over a period of time. Norman Katz, Charlea Margulis and Fred Roland h&ve taken charge of all arrangements for the dinner, which will be catered and presented at $2.50 per peraon. Family groups are being urged to } membership and in the process make up tables and it is hoped that the social hall will be full to over, flowing for the Chanukah dinner MeHdameti Harry Getz and Hiimuel Subow are organizing a corps of women to help out with currying out plans for a large at. tendance on the night of Dec. 8 A number of men in the congre gation have prospect cards which they arc now working and solicit ing. These include: (rontlnued on puge 4> !VIKMBERSHir DINNER FOR C<)1 NCILETTES Councilettes will have their paid- up membership dinner this Sun¬ day. 6 p. m.. at the Jewish Ccntet. All Councilettes are asked to bring their dues, payable at the door. "The United Jewish Appeal in particular has pleaded with us to send some cash,as soon aa possible aa can be seen from the telegram published herewith." MesBrs. Abel and Weinfeld con¬ cluded; "we realize that many con¬ tributors made their pledges with payments spread out over the period of a year. Naturally we re¬ spect their desires in thla matter, ' but we are requesting that, if tcoDtlnaed on pafe 4) BBG MEETING Next regular meeting of B'nai B'rith Girls will be Wedneaday, 8 p. m., at the Jewish Center. There will be a brief busineaa meeting, followed by an Interesting talk by Mr. Joel Maaon, who ia an assist¬ ant to Mr. Correale of the New York Modeling School. Refreahmenta will follow the meeting. CURTAIN UP TONIGHT ON GALLERY PLAYERS' FIRST PLAY OF'53-54 "The .Hasty Heart" will be preaented tonight, 8:30. at the Center . the first production of the 1953-54 seaaon for Gallery Players. Ii will also ^e presented again tomorrow eve'ning, at 8:30. Tickets are still available for both perfo.rmiinces and may be pur- chansed at the door. Both alngle admlaaion and the subscription series may be abtalned. THIS PLAY CENTERS around an episode in . a British army hospital and the characters will be capably portrayed by the following talented Gallery Players; Be a Roth, Don Merkin, Ira Zucker, Larry Kent, Marvin Sllberstein, Aaron Supowit, Walter Tarplay, Marvin Bonowltz and Sanford Solomon. A third performance is being planned next week for the men at Lockboume Air Base. Single tickets for thia perform¬ ance are 75c for Center membera, $1 for non-members. The subscrip¬ tion series for all three playa thla season is $1.50 for niembers, $2.50 for non-membera. HOSPITAL TWIG 19 Twig 19 of Children's Hospital will meet Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., at tho home of Mra. Harry Rubin, 203 S. Stanwood Rd., with Mrs. Richard Goldstein serving aa co- hoatesa. . The Twig takes this opportuoity to thank all of those who attended the fund-raising luncheon at the hbme of Mrs. Harry Getz "deflation dinner" sc;heduled dec. 5 Date for the annual "deflation dinner" thia year will be Dec. 5, with Ralph Rosenbloom as chair¬ man. The affair la jointly aponaored by Roae E. Lazarua Slaterhood and Bryden Rd. Temple Brotherhood, DR. ABRAMSON At Beth Jacob A lecture on his tour of Spain recently wlll be delivered by Dr. B. W. Abramaon at Beth Jacob Synagogue next Thursday. Rabbi Leopold Greenwald will introduce the gueat speaker and will aJs.o conduct an open forum of quea- tlons & answers regarding Jewish history & customs. The lecture will begin promptly at 8 p. m. Dr, Abramson, a life-long student of Hebrew and Yiddish literature, is eminently qualified to teach the Sholem Aleichem and Peretz course. He has been an ardent worker for the Zionist movement, the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation and every community effort aimed at raising the level of Jewish edu. cation In Columbus. Above Is MisH Laura Ztegler, one of Columbus' DUHtanding ar- tJiito, who will b» OJnong the pointers, scul^torH and oeramlstB ahowing their hIUIIs at tho Dom. onstration Night which cUmaxes the Columbua Art League Every Member Show at the Jewish Center Wednesday. 8 p. m. MIh» Ztegler will do one of the mlnla* ture sculpture portraitu for which fthe nationally noted. PRE-SCIIOOL 'WONDERLAND' Clowns, magicians, games, car¬ toons and a fish-pond of prizes are among th.; many interesting feat- urea which wlll be seen at the "Children'a Wonderland" Nov. 29 at the Center, where the Pre- School will be sponsoring this gala family affair. Free balloons & lollipop^ will bo given to the youngsters, and each child will receive a prize. NeW Year's Party For Brotherhood Agudas Achim Brotherhood'a board of directors haa given an OK on plans for a New Year's eve affair in the social hall. The committee in charge Is mak¬ ing extensive plans to make this a aocial highlight of tho aeason, and one which will bo reasonably priced. There will be dancing and other entertainment, plus a buffet din-' ner. Members will soon be receiving their notices, with first choice go¬ ing to paid-up members.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-11-13|
|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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