Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-01-16, page 01
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;fi/jlH»l«»«*M>.»»!t!»!\- |T^1'^tfeW*ttl,',.iJ.m"iyy..'y,—wfftf»r..in..w.,u*.ui.u. ........Wr HTVi.u<4~H»..«Kuu..luF,i.MAM,n«b-J.r.'«n«^n A,(,l,.iC.J,l^,l.ui « ili.,,u, iMusrum -M. High St. nt l-jlli-l Dr. Brav is Speaker At Joint Meeting "Why Jews Make Good Faniily Men" will bp discussed by Rev. Dr. Stanley R. Brav at the joint meeting of the Columbus chapters of Ha¬ daasah, B'nai B'rith Womon and Council of Jewish Women, Tueaday afternoon at the Jewish Center. A deasert luhcheon at 1 p. m. will precede the meeting and pro¬ gram, tenth In the scries of annual Joint gatherings of the three largest women's organizations in the community. '—¦ Dr. Brav Is eminently qualified to AGUDAS ACHIM'S BROTHERHOOD KIGK-OFF OfflO JEAI^^raiOMCLE 2(\(>^ Serving Columbus and Cenlral Olilo Jewish Commiinlly ^^/\\^ Vol. 81, No. 3 CX)LUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1953 Devoted to American and^jewlsh IdealB MR. 8ARKKINEN The stage is set for the Agudaa Achim Brotherhood kick-off dinner meeting next Thursday night in the social hall of the aynagogue. Start¬ ing-time is 6:1S. FoUowlng the dinner, which will be served by Gold Caterers, there will be a ahort business meeting under the direction of William GoodmGUi, the temporary chairman. Main business will Include the aelectlon pf a nomination commit¬ tee to name a slate of officers for the general membership to elect. The aims of the new organization will alflo be outlined by Chairman Goodman. Main speaker will be Dr. Jimmy Hull, the well known Columbua dentist-sportsman who is an ac¬ complished after-dinner orator. Dr. Hull is a former Ohio State ail- American in biaskctball and has long been popular for his famed talks. Esco Sarkklnen. one of the Ohio State all-Americans in football, will also be on deck. One of Woody Hayes' present assistants, Sarkkln¬ en will give a brief resume on the 1963 OSU football season and then will do the narration as he shows movies of the 19B2 Ohio State- nilnoia football game. Agudas Achlm membera have been lasued invitations. The kick- off dinner is for men only. The committee In charge of the Brotherhood will convene at 2 p. m. Sunday to complete plans. apeak on this subject, as he haa served as chairman of the Central Conference of American Rabbis Committee on Marriage, the Fami¬ ly and the Home. He Is the author of "Jewish Fcmily Solidarity" and "Wife of Thy Youth", as well eis articles In the Menorah Journal and other magazines dealing with the prob¬ lems of Family Relations. Hid book on "Marriage and the Jewish Tradition" was published jn 1951, and he was recently appointed to the National Inter-professional Commission on Marriage and Di¬ vorce L*aw9. Ordained at Hebrew Union Col¬ lege In 1934, Dr, Brav occupied pul¬ pits in Dallas, Tex., and Vicksburg. Miss., before coming to the historic Bene Israel Congregation, Bock- dale Avo. Temple, where ho has been co-rabbi since 194fl. All members of the three partici¬ pating organizations are urged to attend the meeting Tuesday, when Dr. Brav will preaent a subject which Is sure to be stimulating and Interesting dealing with the build¬ ing of a healthy and happy mar¬ riage. Presiding at the tea tables prior to the meeting will, be Mrs. Ben¬ jamin F. Levison and Mrs. Joseph D. Schecter. Arrangements for the tea arc in charge of hoapitality chairmen of the three groups, In- (contlnaed on pace 4) TV PERFORMER TO FEATURE •BIG TOP' The annual Individual Quota Project of the Tlfereth Israel Sis¬ terhood will be culminated at the luncheon Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., In the social hall of Broad St. Temple. Chairmen of this year's project are Mrs. Sam Lopper, Mra. WlUlam Barash and Mrs. Sam Wasser¬ strom. Mrs. Richard Lieberman, in charge of the program, announces that 'The Big Top" will feature a well known local television artist, "Spooks" Beckman. Acting as the "barker", he will enfold the pro¬ gram and reveal such talent aa Mesdames Herman Kress, Mitchell Rosen; David Rich, Abe Samelson, Jack Schilling, l-iherbourne Hor- wltz and Meyer Feinstein. Mrs. Jerome Gross will handle the properties. Audience participants may win prizes for their share of the after¬ noon's gaiety. The main prize will be given to one of thoae who pledged to the success of the project. The prize consists of a week-end trip to New York City for two persons, via air¬ lines. They wlll bo the guests of the Hotel Astor. Those who pledge a larger a- mount have an opportunity to also win a "Rotlaserle" as a bonus feat¬ ure. Each person who pledges may be a guest at the luncheon which Is under the supervision of Mrs. Anna Shenker and Mrs. Morris Gold. Members are being called for their reservations. Mrs. Ruth Waldman Guest Speaker HILLEL ON TV Hlllel will present a program over WBNS-TV, 3:30 to 4 p. m., to¬ morrow. Narration wlll be by Rab¬ bi Harry Kaplan,. songs by the Hlllel choir and dances by tho Hlllel group. The program will be devoted to the Sabbath, Center Pre-School Parents Group Sponsors Card Party in Behalf of Scholarship Fund The Parents GroAip of the Jewish Center Pro-School Is sponsoring a card party, Wednesday evening, Jan. 28. at the Center. j Open to both men and women, the affair is being planned with pro- coeds going to the scholarahip fund. Parents of atudents as well as friends of the school are Invited to this worthwhile program. Planned as a dessert card party, there- wlll also be other refresh¬ ments ttvallablo. Those attending are aaked to ar¬ range thoir own tables and to bring their own cards and Mah-Jong sets. Tickets are availaWe from mem¬ bers of the Parents club at 50c per person. Mrs. Maurice Sher Is chairman of the ovent. with Mrs. Al Shkolnlck as co-chairman. All members of the Pre-School board are also assisting. Mrs. Walter Robinson Is presi¬ dent of the Parents Group. Pictured above is Dick Thrall director of Gallery Players, show- inj; a skett'h of the'set to Barbara Sussman. Enhanced by an uitra-modernls- tlc setting, Karel Capek's great classic "R,U,R." promises to bring to tho community a new and stimu¬ lating type of theatre. "Rossum's Universal Robots" will b.' pre.sented by Gallery Players Saturday and Sunday. Jan. 24-25, in the Jewish Center auditorium. A apecial preview dress performance will be given Thursday. Jan. 22, for high school studenta and their teachers. % Extremely modern in design, the setting reflects the power of the machine over man. As a constant reminder, the red factory lights wlll flash and the manufacture of the robots will progress. Abe Levl¬ son is in charge of this most un¬ usual set ever to appear on the Center stage. Some choice seats are still avail¬ able and may be reserved by calling Lho Center, DO. 2731; or drop in and see tho robot in tho lobby. This mechanical man was constructed by Harvi Miler. DR. AGUS Agudas Achim Congregation an¬ nounces the first In a aeries of memorial lectures to be held next Tuesday, 8 p. m., in the main audi¬ torium of the synagogue. The family of the late Jacob Yen¬ kin is observing the yahrzelt of their father by arranging a, public lecture In his memory. Traditional¬ ly it Is a long-standing custom to memorialize the yahrzelt of a dear one by engaging in the study of Holy Writ. Dr. Irving A. Agua, Professor of Jewish History at the Yeshiva Uni- (oontlnaed on pafo 4) IVREEYOH-PTA PROORAM Mrs. Albert A. Blank, program, chairman of the Ivreeyoh-PTA of the Columbus Hebrew School, haa announced that a panel discussion will be held at the forthcoming meeting Wednesday evening, Jan. 28. Subject for this duscusslon will be "My Idea Of A Jewish Educa¬ tion and What It Should Include". Participants wlll be Dr. Ben Gert¬ ner, Mra. Milton J. Leeman, Mr. Don Snider and Mrs. Samuel Stell¬ man. Every Jewish Family Can Be Member of Center "We're out to give eVery Jewish family in Columbus an opportunity to be a member ol iha Jewish Cen¬ ter", declared Allan Tarahish last Sunday at the campaign kick-off. It was pointed out that the Cen¬ ter has become the hub of Jewish communal activities in Columbus and that os such It benefits every Jewish person in the community and deserves their support. One' o( the Interesting things le&rned by the workers was that a membership card in tho Colum¬ bus Jewiah Center wlll be honored In more than 300 alties having YMHA'S or Jewish community cen¬ ters. Those centers having Health Clubs will recognize the member's card and grant the same privileges aa our local center. It waa revealed that the average cost of aervlce for every man, wom¬ an, and child who is currently a member of the Center is $60 per peraon. This makes-the $40 Family membership a tremendous bargain In community living since individ¬ ual cards are Issfied to every mem¬ ber of the family. Basic mefaibership privileges are explained in the recent booklet mailed to the entire community. Additional copies are available at the Center desk. It Is not neceasary to wait until a worker calls on you. Enrollment niay' be handled at the reception desk. Membership workers are; Allan Tarshlsh, Mike Hausman. co-chairmen; Richard Abel, Robert Aronson, Irwin Barkan, Harry Bockman, Sam Brandt, Paul Calllf, Isaac Cohen, Leo Eichenbaum, Mai)uel Englander, Don Erkls, Na¬ than Faat, Dave Feerer, Troy Feib¬ el, Bernard E'eitllnger, Morris Feu¬ erlicht, Allen E^iedman, Leon Friedman, Mel Furman. I. W. darek, Dr. Ben Gertner, (contlnoed on page 4> Beth Jacob Men's Club Sponsors Latke Party The newly-organized Men's Club of Both Jacob Congregatlori will enjoy a latke party Tuesday, 8 p. m., at the new shul on Bulen Ave. The affair will be preceded by election of officers for the new club. Leonard Schwartz, Al Solove, Bernard Solomon and Harold Hille- aon are temporary officers. The latke dinner is being pre¬ pared by the industrious, women of Beth Jacob's Sisterhood. Brother "Bee Jays" assisting in the Men's Club's first social event art; Morris, Sam, Dave and Bob Paine, Lou Gurevitz, Bob Lieber¬ man, "Pinky" Goodman, Lou Levin, Julius Weintraub, Arnold Levlne, Hal Cohen and Sam Hellman. A social hour for "kibitzing" will follow the refreshments. No reser¬ vations are required for Tuesday's gala event. RICHARD FISHER TO SP^^AK AT ONEG SHABBAT TODAY Mr Richard Fisher, who has an Interesting discussion planned -for the afternoon, will be guest speak¬ er at Hadassah's Oneg Shabbat to¬ day, 2 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Arthur J. Hersch, 2788 Dale Ave. Mrs. David Levlson, chairman of hostesses, announcea that a tea has been planned to precede the speak¬ er. Women who will serve as hos¬ tesses for thu afternoon are Mrs. J. K. Bornstein, Mrs. John Gersten, Mrs. Maynard Kaplan, Mrs. Sam Stone. The Oneg Shabbat is open to anyone Interested in attending. A pleasant, diverting afternoon is promised. MRS. VVALDMAN Mrs. Ruth Waldman, Regional Executive board member of the Mizrachl Women's Organization of America, wlll be guest speaker at the annual dinner of the Columbus Chapter tomorrow (Sunday), 6 p. m., in the Beth Jacob social hall. Mrs. Waldman is well known for her important contribution to the field ot Jewish education, aa founder and first president of the National Association of Hebrew Day School Parent-Teacher Asso¬ ciations, and a past president of Young Israel's Women's League. Long active in religloua-Zionista movement, Mrs. Waldman has travelled extensively, rallying sup¬ port for the child-care and social- welfare work sponsored In Israel by the Mizrachl Women of A- mcrica. Mrs. Waldman Is a dynamic and Inspiring apeaker, and is heard frequently in New York City by radio audiences, as well as an the lecture platform. A graduate of Hunter College and of the Hebrew Teacher's Seminary, she also aerveki as a member of th^.editorial board of the Jewish Parents Magazine. Opening prayer at the dinner will be given by Mra. Julius Baker, member of the Board of the local chapter, Mizrachl Women. .Introduction of speakers on the program will be done by Mrs. Cy Tanenbaum, president, while Mr. Harry Schwartz will sell the birth¬ day cake and candles. Greetings will be extended by Rabbis Green¬ wald, Rubenstein and Zelizer. Musi¬ cal numbers will be presented by Maater Jerry Melmed, well-known local young artist. All members and friends of Miz¬ rachl Women are urged to attend the dinner and thus show their In¬ terest and support of the Mizrachl program In Israel.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-01-16|
|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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