Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-02-01, page 01
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ArchaeoUglcAl & Hlstorlcjl Uugeum N. High St at 15th—1 ~n' ' l«= =»«==F=^«= ='»l '" » » ' It Jt tl .i K "B" Day Feb. 27; Goal Set For 250 Pints of Blood -at -M . M- -«' ¦- '' I " ft « " " " M " -T I It 2jj\\/7 Serving Columbus and, Central Ohio Jewish Community '^AlK Vol. 80, No. 5 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1052 / Devoted to American and Jewish Ideali sf»Qf>S^f^Ofi^Sii»f>(fftff*>^'f>^ff'>ffMff*ri^>^^»iif^.m UJF Appoints Leaders for 1952 Womeii's Division Klcfaard J. Abe], president of the United Jewish Fund, announced to¬ day the appointment of four com¬ munity leadeta to spark the United Jewish Fund drive among the women of Columbus.' The four women chairmen are Mrs. Leo Kessel, Mrs. M. J. Papurt, Mrs. Herbert Schlff and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, who have estab¬ lished fine >'cputations as devoted and efficient leaders. Troy Felbol, 1952 General Cam-* pafgn chairman of the UJF. ex¬ pressed his gratification at the ap¬ pointment of Mesdames Kessel, Pa¬ purt, Schlff and Schwartz. "I know," he said, "with their support wc can look forward to a success¬ ful campaign to meet the needs of ^H ^'"-^ ^^jmm l^^^* ^4 ^^^Bn ^^^^^^^^B^^ ¥BKkw> »*" ¦^-' ''" Mrs^ Kessel kra. Schlff What's My Line? Theme Of Council Women Affair When word got out that next Tuesday, 1 p. m., at Bryden Rd. Tem¬ ple, the Council of Jewish Women Will have the opportunity of witness¬ ing the famous "What's My Line?" panel, written and directed by Mrs. E. L. Goodman, members have been calling program clialrman, Mrs. HowEird Bloom, to see if they can find out any of the clues about the chfUlengers. (Hint: they arc not from the Council ranks.) Mrs. Robert K. Levy has been doing the detective part of the pro¬ gram in iiecurlng tbe challengers aJ] our agencies. I look forward to the experience of working with these leaders and their corps qf workers." It was also announced that the co-chairmen of the 1952 women's drive will have the counsel and' guidance of an Advisory Council, composed of all past chairmen of previous Women's Division cam- paig:ns. Those who will serve on the Ad¬ visory Council are: Mesdames E. J. Gordon, Allen Gundershelmer, Al¬ fred J. Kobacker, Simon Lazarus, J. S. Reslcr. J. D. Schecter, Wlliiam Schlff, Sam J. Schlonsky and Wil¬ liam W^serstrom. Mrs. Schlonsky and Mrs. Wasser- trom join the Advisory Council now as two of the Tour co-chairmen of the 1951 campaign. Mr§. Kessel and Mrs. Schwartz, the other two co-chairmen of last year's effort, continue as co-chairmen this year, In line with the policy established last year that two co-chairmen each year go on the Advisory Coun¬ cil and two continue In the next campaign.. Mrs. Leo Kessel has served on Council, a Board member of the Jow^h Center, a past Board mem- DUES NEEDED B'nai B'rith dues for 1962 are due. If you \haven't yet talten care of yours, please do so immediately. Dues should be brought or mailed to B'nai B'rlth, Jewish Center, 1125 College Ave., Columbus. Your dues are needed now If the many and varied Im¬ portant Lodge projects are to continue. Signed, Seymour Luckoff, pres. the Social Welfare committee of the Council of Jewish Women, is a Board member of the Columbus Brandels Committee, Hculassah and the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood, has been a member of B'nai B'rlth Women, a Red" Cross canteen and staff assistant, has ^ccn active in USO activities, an^^haa served on the financial and membership com¬ mittees of the League of Women Voters. Mrs. M. J. Papurt has been a past president of the Council of Jewish Women, Regional vice- president of the Mid-Ea^tet^ Con¬ ference of the Council of^^ewIsh Women, Executive Committee memTier of the Jewish Community <contlna«d on pbc« 8) Mrs. Papurt Mm. Schwai^ with unusual occupations. The audience aa well aa'panel members are suro to be both amazed and stumped by thfi means whiph these I challengers earn their llvellljoods. ^SAll proceeds from stumping^ the "Tanel go to the many Council ac¬ tivities. Tho panel will Include Mrs. Rob¬ ert Greene, Mr. Harry Hofhelmer, Mrs. Ray Kahq and Mr. Richard Thrall. Just to add to the real flavor and to test the panel's sharpness, there will be a famous "mystery" chal¬ lenger. Mrs. E). L. Qoodmein, who has wittten and directed the parody on the"Whttt'B Iiv Line?" program, win be the moderator, which on the wave lengths Is handled by the popular John Daly. (ooaClBOed on paie B) I JB. "MABOH OF DIMES" PBOOBAU roarcpotiEO The "March of Dimes" program loheduled laat Sunday afternoon has been postponed and will be held tomorrow, 4 p. u., In the Jew¬ ish Center auditorium. « The %0e admlulon charge will be directly -given to the National. In¬ fantile Paralysis FoundoUq^ The program will contain lUoh .bigh' llghtfi as: the Center Vaudltes, Jr; DramtttlcB Group, Song an& Dance Group. An Informative movie ex¬ plaining tbe work ot the Folio Foundation will be shown.' All Junior 'A' and *&' memben are eordlally Invited. Local Groups Participate In Nat'l Scout Sabbath Boy Scout Troop 126 and Cub Scout Pack 328. Jointly sponsored by the Jewish Cenlier and B'nai B'rith Zion Lodge,62, will participate In the National Scout Sabbath by conducting servicea at the Agudas Achim Synagogue next Friday evening, .8 o'clock. The National Scout Sabbath is an annual event observed by thous¬ ands of scouts of all faiths in the U. S., Canada and Sngland. — ^— ¦ I Following are the leaders of RABBI GORDON TO GIVE LECTURE-RECITAL AT HILLEL Rabbi Theodore Gordon will give lecture-recital tomorrow, on the topic "Israel Sings of Freedom". The program Is being given by the B'nai B'rlth HlUel Foundation and win be presented at the E^>un- datlon, 4tf-16th Ave., 8 p. m. Rabbi Gordon is Director "of the Hlllel Foundation at the Univer¬ sity of Pennsylvania and is a native of Minneapolis. He studied for the rabbinate at the Jewish Theological Seminary and the Hebrew Union College In Cincinnati, receiving his rabbinical ordination from the lat¬ ter Institute In 1983. Prom 1833 until '37, Rabbi Gor¬ don served the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, leaving at that time to go Into the service of the B'nai B'rlth Hlllel Foundations. Re has served as Hlllel Director at Penn State, th« Univ. of California and the Univ. of Wisconsin. From IMi to '48, Rabbi Gordon waa a staff member and lecturer at Brandels Camp Institute of the East, a Jewish leadership training Institute In Pennsylvania, and aerv- ^ aa its director in 1S47-48. In 1960-61 he directed Herzy Camp for children, located in Wisconsin. A field of special interest to Rab¬ bi Gordon Is Jewish music. He studied under one of the foremost authorities In the field, Dr. A. Z. Idelsoh, and for a number of years has interpreted Jewish folk and sacred n^uslc from pulpit and plat¬ form through lecture and song. VVblle a resident of Wisconsin he was elected to membership in the Wisconsin Association for Church Musicians. His Interest In the field of Jew¬ ish music dates back to an early age when he served as cantor anfj organized a choir In a young peo¬ ple's synagogue. Later he took over, (Mntlnned en pas* 8) T. L SISTERHOOD PARTY MEETING SCHEDULED MONDAY Next regular meeting of the Tlf¬ ereth Israel Sisterhood, Monday, 12:80 p. m., at Broad St Temple, will be In tbe form of a "party" meeting. After tbe dessert luncheon and ihort meeting, guests may play oanjf. Mrs. Tobias O. Polster Is jC^«(nnan of the Day. The opening prayor will be given by Mrs. Philip (.akin. Celobratlng Jewish Muslo ^nth and Jewish Arbor Day, Mrs. Ben Barban will render appropriate musical seledtlons as the members gather for the afternoon. Women wishing to play cards or mah ]ong are asked to bring their own cards and mob Jong seta. They may ar¬ range their own gomes or hostesses wlU be available to assist In the selection of partners. Presents will go to our soldiers In Korea. Booh memb«r is oski^ to. bring something which will in turn be forwardsd In Hits to chap¬ lains to give out as nee4ed. Many a soldier loses supplies In battle and we are asked to forward any of the following items: razor sets, shower clogs, toothpaste, mechani¬ cal penclM, ball-point pens, stat¬ ionery, tobacco pouches, cigarette cases, shaving mirrors or slippers. A report will be given at tbe meeting, of the financial results of the "Beat the dock" project which has Just been successfully com¬ pleted. Troop 126 and Pack 326: Lloyd Gra^eman, Scoutmaster; Louis Wcissman, Asat. Scoutmaster; Dav¬ id Goldsmith, Troop Committee chairman; James Wagner, Cubmaa- ter; Armand Abel, Pack Commit¬ tee chairman. The program, of which Scout Committeeman N. C. Gorenstein is In charge, will be as follows: Flag Bearers, Scouts Dick Loos and Jerry Duncan, Cub Scouts Jef¬ frey Haas and Howard Schlezing¬ er; Color Guards, Scouts Evan Krcaa, Herbie Mlnkln, Alan Goren¬ stein and David Cooper, Cub Scouts Barton Nedelman, Jay RIpf. Alan Wagner and Barnett Brown. (contianed on vsge 4> o LAUNCH 19fl2 CAMPAIGN AT MIAMI BEAOH^ NEW YORK (JTA)—The'tJnIted Jewish Appeal will formally launch Its 1962 nationwide campaign for tl61,S0O,0O0 at d national Inaugural conference Feb. 24 at Miami Beach. The parley would mark the open-' Ing of both tbe greatest and the most crucial campaign ever under¬ taken by tbe UJA. This year's campaign has this great and over-rldlng aim—to help turn Israel's great homecoming of 700,000 Jews Into a great home making. He also pointed out that the UJA must moke possible the continuation of urgent programs in other areas of the world, notably in European and Moslem countries,' (or a total of 260,000 Jews who are directly dependent on UJA funds If they are to survivo.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-02-01|
|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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