Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-06-12, page 01
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-rrj- Archaeoliglcal & Historical Museum N. High St at 15lh—1 PROMCLE 2j[\\/ Serving Columbus and Ceniral Ohio Jewish Community \\7A\X Vol 81, No. M COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 Community - Wide Celebration of Israel Anniversary June 23 "Can you spare two hours for Israel?" Some ;ir)0 potential Bonds for Israel workers are being asked this question in a" letter of invitation to attend a Workers Rally next Wednesday evening. 8 o'clock, in the auditorium of the Jewish Center. MOISHE OYSHER Arnold Wallack. national B'nai B'rlth larael Bond Director wlll speak at a meeting designed to prime and relnvlgorate selling and working activity In advance of the community-wide Igrael Anniversa¬ ry Celebration the following week (Tuesday, June 23J, when Moishe Oysher and Dr. Frank Kingdon will appear here In person. Dr. B. T. Mindlin, chairman, and co-Hlgners Abe A. Wolman, Saul Sokol, MrH. Melvin Furman and Richard Grundatein, asked that two hours be spared to sell the many Jewish families In Co¬ lumbus who have not yet pur¬ chased their first Israel B^nds and the hundreds Who have bought and are now ready to buy again. Abe Wolman. Coiumbus Bond chairman, pointed out that "we (oontlnned on P«co *i JWV MEETINO TUESDAY ENDS SPRING SEASON Jewish War Veterans will hold their regular monthly meeting next Tucisday, at Broad St. Temple. AU members are urged to attend the final meeting of the spring season. Imp6rtant business will be trans¬ acted. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. DATE SET FOR BRANDEIS WOMEN'S ANNUAL SUMMER MEETING; LOCAL DELEGATES ATTEND CONFERENCE Plana are being made for.the annual summer meeting of the Co¬ lumbus Chapter of the Women's Committee for Brandeis University, Tueaday, June 23, 2 p. m-, In the lovely garden of the home of Mrs. Aai'on Zacks, 140 N. Parkview Ave. Mra. Sam Wasserstrom Is In charge of Hospitality for the sum¬ mer meeting; Mrs. E. J. Gordon is Program chairman. Opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Theo¬ dore Sohlonsky. Mrs. William Wasaerstrom, presi¬ dent, and Mrs. Herbert Penburr, delegates from Columbua, are at¬ tending the annual conference on the University campus thla week¬ end. They will be guests at the commencement exercises Sunday morning, at which time Senfitor Douglaa wlll address the 107 grad¬ uating seniors. Since tbe Columbus Chapter did such an outstanding Job In Life Memberships lost year, Mrs. William Wasserstrom bas been chosen to serve on the Life Membership Panel of the Work¬ shop meetings. Such pel^brltles &« Max Lerner, Louis Untermeyer and Ludwig L^wishon are participating In the marvelous Festival of the Creative Arts uitder the direction of' Leon¬ ard Bernstein, whlah Is being held during commencement week on the lovely New England campus. Aa an added attraction, Al Capp, creator pf "Lll Abner'7 and Milton Conlff, originator of 'Terry and the Plratea", will discuss the cultu ral significance and artistic qualities of the fomlo strips. Art exhibits, concerCB, operas, plus the world prenftlerc of a new comedy by houlB Kronenborger, will assurq all those attending a most exciting week. BETH JACOB SISTERHOOD AFFAIR WEDNESDAY Reth Jacob Sisterhood's Installa¬ tion luncheon and coird party will be held Wednesday. 1:2:80 p. m., at the aynagogue, 0fi0 Bulen Ave. All friends and members are In¬ vited. Mrs. Milton Leeman will install the new officers and Mrs, Fred Adler will give the opening prayer. The drawing, for which tickets have been sent out, will be held. Local War Vets to Sponsor Races Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Veterans, and tho Auxiliary, are spon.soring harness racing at Hllllard Thursday. June 25. This Is an annual project of tho local JWV's, with proceeds going to¬ ward the JWV's rehabilitation pro¬ gram for veterans. Many vet's in the Central Ohio area have benefitted greatly from last year's "Hllllard Night," and the Poat & Auxiliary ^ave^ been thanked many times by th^'eter- ans who've been helped. Members of the Post & Aux¬ iliary are selling tickets for the June 25 project, at $1 per person. Please purchase your ticket BE¬ FORE June 25. Alfred Roaen and Henry Finke are co-chairmen for the Post, while Marjorie Rosen and Edith Kaufher are Auxiliary co-chairmen. Call Mrs. Kaufher at DO. 5951 or Mr. Rosen at DO. 9760 and tickets will be delivered. Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals '&u- MAKING PLANS FOR B'NAI U'RITH'S celebration of Israel's 5th anniversary Is the above Bonds for Israel committee — Richard Grund¬ atein, Dr. B. T. Mindlin, A. A. Wolman, Saul Sokol. A deasert banquet, free to the public, wlll be held at the Jewish Center, Tuesday, June 23, 8 p. m., headlining tbe famed Moishe Oysher and Dr. Frank Kingdon. MRS. HEIFETZ To Speak Here Mra. Nlsan Helfetz of Cleveland will be the featured guest of Raanana, newly-organized young married women's Zionist group, next Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Active for many years In Jewlah education and Zionist work, Mrs. Helfetz ha^ addressed audiences of Jewlah women In many parts of the country and hoa taken a dy¬ namic role In organUlng commun al, philanthropic and Zionist groups. (contlnaed on psge B) Leaders Receive Certificates A picnic at the South sldq "Y" Park last Sunday, closed the Lead¬ ership Training Course conducted by the Jewlah Center alnce Janua¬ ry. A feature ot the outing was the presentation of certifloatea to the following: Lee Yahr,. Suaan ZiaU^lnd, Dave Stevena, Tony Curclllo, Shirley Rapoport, Rene Mlndell, Trudy Halasz. Herschel Schwartz, Evie Fox, Joanne Levenson, Sheila Melman, Arlene Koltun, Florence Felner, Rita Katz, Phyllia Bahr, Sandra Brahma, Honey Flaher. I darollne Fleishman, Adele Gold¬ man, Ruth Kaplan, Steve Kaplan. Phyllis Katz. Marilyn Kauffman, Sileen Kess¬ el, Lois Lewin, Stan Levin, Eileen Mathless, Harvl Miller. D(ftjy Ozeroff, Sue Polster. Ro¬ berta Ringer, Alice Roland, Phyllia Roth, Sally Sherman. Morris Schottensteln, Carole Sch¬ wartz, Sylvia Schwartz, Barb Suss¬ man. The Leadership courae waa held every other Tuesday for 10 sess¬ ions, covering ma,ny phases of pro¬ gramming, ieaderahlp techniques and individual and group behavior Because of the success of the courae, plana are being made to present the second edition ot our Leadership Training Course next winter. Those Interested In ad¬ vance Information may geu It from any of the Center'a program staff. HEBREW SCHOOL SETS UP SPECIAL CURRICULUM POR SUMMER TERM Beginning Morlday, Hebrew School clasaes will be held In the morn¬ ing. The pupils who are receiving Individual Bar Mitzvah justructlon will meet from 8:30 a. m. to 9:10. The following classes wlll meet from 9:10 a. m. to 10:25: Mr. Rot- tenberg's second and third trip clasaes; Mr. Solomon'a aecond trip; Mrs. Rottenberg'a second, and Mr. Kaas's third trip. These claasea will meet from 10 25 a. m. to 12 noon; Mr. Kass's first and second trip; Mr. Solo¬ mon's first trip; Mr. Rottenberg's first trip: Mra. Rottenberg'a first trip, and Mr. Harrison's first trip. A special curriculum fs being ar¬ ranged for the summer months which wlll interest the children very much, such as regular, dally morning services, Hebrew conver¬ sation, story telling, songs (ind games. Parents are requested to see to It that their children attend He- b r e w School classes regularly tvery morning for the duration of the summer period, which will terminate the end of J^ly. Our three buses will, as usual, provide transportation for the children to and from school. RABBI ZELIZER JWV Chaplain Announcement has been made of the appointment of Rabbl Nathan Zelizer as Chaplaih for the State of Ohio Jewish War Veterans. Appointment was made by the newly-elected state commander, Harold B. Heyman of Youngstown, at the state coijvention held in Cleveland lost week-end. IN APPOINTING Rabbl Zelizer as State Chaplain, Commander Heyman recognized the fine spirit¬ ual qualifications of the leader of Broad St. Temple and felt that the department long needed the serv¬ ices of such distinction as one finds in a man as he. Rabbi Zelizer has worked In all phases of Veteran work locally, within the state and nationally, aa well aa aervlng overseas. BBO PICNIC SUNDAY The annual B'nai B'rith Girls picnic wlU be held Sunday at Stor¬ age Dam, Shelter House 4. The BBG's will meet at the Jew¬ ish Center at 5 p. m. Anyone who can furnish transportation please call Marilyn Kaufman, FE. 6845. OPEN HOUSE FOB YOUNG ADULTS JUNE 25 An Invitation is extended to the Columbus Young Adults to attend an open house at the Center, Thursday, June 26. A new and dif¬ ferent program haa been planned. Tbe open house vvlll begin at 8:30 p. m. with a mass meeting, in which everyone will have a chance to express his opinion on what activities the^ would like to have at the Center. Future programs wlll be planned. After the- meeting, a social will be held. There will Be dancing and other activities, and refreshments will be aerved. Lenny Bloom, popular Young Adult, la chairman of the open house. MRS. KRAUS APPOINTED Mrs- Bertha Kraus, Director of t\}e Tlfereth Israel Nursery School, boa been elected memberahlp chairman "of the Mental Health As¬ sociation for Franklin County. .Through monthly fllma, plays. lectures and panel dlsctisslons, the public is becoming aware of the aspe'cts of mental health and the Importance of early detection and cure of personality difficulties. T. I- YOUNG COUPLES t Next meeting of the Tlfereth Israel Young Couples Club will be held at 8 p. m. Sunday, at Broad St. Temple. ' Gueat speaker will be Dr. Herb¬ ert Pariaer, well-known Columbu^ neurologiat and psychiatrist, who will lead a dlBcuaslon on "Adjust¬ ment Problema of Young Married Coupjes." The meeting is open to all youjig couplea.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-06-12|
|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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