Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-12-11, page 01
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AniLltdllt^Hui iV lii.M.JlKdl Museum N. High St. at 15lh—1 ,^i^<^^3ov^ 2Jj\;yServing Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Conununity \\y/\\^ vol* 31, NO, 61 CX)LUMBUS, omo. FRIDAY, DECEMBER llj 1958 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideati MRS. A. M. DANZUi At Mizrachi Affair Agudas Achim social hall will be tho sccnn of the annual donor din¬ ner of the Columbua Chapter of ; '7rachi Women Sunday. Dec. 20, 8 . m. Tickets for tho dinner are bcii ,, sold at $2.50 each, and may be gotten from any member of th^ organization. Mrs. Cy Tanenbaum, president of the Columbus Chapter, announces that the organisation's guest speak¬ er for the evening will be Mrs. Ab¬ raham M. Danzig of Chicago, one of the vice-presidents of the nat¬ ional organization. Mrs. Danzig has been a frequent visitor to Columbus, although she haa not been here for several years, and has established a reputation for oratory and factual information of a timely nature. She Is a charming and capable speaker, considered one ol the finest in tho country, and It is with (continued on ptkgo 8) Center is Offering Dance Instruction Registrations arc now being ac- cepted for tho winter term of the Latin-American Dance instruction class being offered by the Jewish Center Adult Activities dop't. Tho classes, again under the ox- pert direction of Dorothy Bloom and James Naulty, will begin Sun¬ day, Jan. 10, and will continue for 10 weeks. Fees per couple are $15 for Ccn ter members and $20 for non-mem¬ bers. Center members will of courae be given prefertnce in fill¬ ing the limited claas enrollment. Registrations must be confirmed by payment of fecdy^ in advance of the opening session. In answer to many requests for an advance class for those couples who have taken the basic course either this past term or during previous seasons, the Center will schedule such a class, providing a minimum of 15 couples register. In this event, the new beginners claas would be offered from 8 to 9:16 p. m. and the advance class from 9:30 to 10:45 p. m-, each Sun¬ day. On Sundays that the auditori¬ um is not available, class will be in Adult Lx>ungc. Brandeis Wonien Launch Drive Mrs. Gernard Cohen, Member¬ ahlp chairman of the Columbus Chapter of the National Women'a Committee of Brandeis University, will honor the women of the 1954 Membership committee, with a tea at her home. 2640 Brentwood Rd., next Thursday, 1:30 p. m. Co-host¬ ess with her will be Mrs. Theodore Schlonsky, Life Membership chair¬ man. Members of both committees have been invited. Plans for this year's campaign will be presented by the Member¬ ship chairmen. News about Brand¬ eis will be given by Mra. Wm. Wa.^- serstrom, president of the Colum¬ bua Chapter. Mrs. Wasserstrom at¬ tended last June's graduation serv¬ ices and the fabulous Creativo Arts Koatlval on tho Brandeis campus. Mr.i. Wasserstrom feels that this year's membership drive cannot help but be a tremendous huccohs borauso of the Increased interest ahd pride in Brandeis University fult by people all over the U. S. and especially here In Columhii« Tho Columbus Chapter ranks very high In tht National group for its enthusiasm and steady growth. Special note was made of the fine achievement of the Columbus Life Membership committee at the national convention. The women of tho Brandeis Chapter of .Columbus aro very proud of their affiliation with this noble project which, a short time ago, waa just a dream in the minds and hearts of American Jewry. Today, Brandeis University, lo¬ cated In Waltham, Mass.., abut 12 miles from Boston, Is in its Bth year, and has a student body of 865 young men and women wha come from all parts of tho U. S- and 12 foreign nations. In splfe of very rapid growth, tho faculty- student ration la still one to ten, and a very able administrative body hopes to keep it that way. I . Tho Women'a Committee of j Brandeis acts as foster alumnae to the university, and, in tho on- .HUing weeks, hopes to bo able to I'nroU many other Columbus wom¬ en into Its ranks. Senior Hadassah Party Tuesday Senior Hadassah women will gather for a dee^ert luncheon and card party meeting Tuesday. 1 p. m., In tho Jewish Center auditori¬ um.- A novel gift will bo given to each woman, along with tabic prizes for each tabic Membera will bring their own cards or games. Mrs.. Harry Schwartz will give tho opening prayer, and Mra. Jos¬ eph Haaa and Mrs. Sol Myers, Hospitality chairmen, announce that Mrs. Alexander Pollock. Mrs. Bon Greenberg and Mrs. Sol Eisen¬ man will assist with tho serving. Baby sitting servico will be avail¬ able at the Center. Mrs. Harry Kollus, chairman of the Education Committee of Sr. Hadasaah, also announces that the ^ (continued oo ptigo 8) "WINTER WHIRL" COMMITTEE Completing final plans for Councilettes' "Winter Whirl" tonight at tho Jewish Center, from 9:00.12:00, arc! seated —- Betty Abel; left to right Toby Wilson. Lois Garek, Carole Schwartz. Ellen Feinknopf, Alice Roland. Tickets can be bought at the Center tonight. The Ebony Rhythm Boys orchestra will provide music for the "Winter Whirl." BIBLE QUOTES Six days shall work be done; but on the seventh day is a sabbath of solemn rest. Lev, 23:3. JWV OHANrKAH PARTY AT UROAD ST. TEMPLE Final arrangements have boon made by JWV's Senior vice-Com¬ mander Henry Finke for tift; Chanukah party at Broad St. Tem¬ ple this Sunday, between 2-5 p. m. Members of Capitol Post 122. to¬ gether with their wives, and chil¬ dren, are Invited. Cartoon movies will be shown and a magician will perform for the children. Many valuable gifts are awaiting the children participating In games planned. Refreshments will bo served to all. The auxiliary members and friends are. also invited. Local Jewish Men Aiding Charity Newsies Day Twelve mon from the Jewish community have boon assigned corner locations and other details for today's aale of "Open Your Heart" apt.'cial edition newspapers by tho Charity Newsies. This is tho or¬ ganization's 47th annual campaign to bring aid to the needy among children of school age. Alw Wolman will bo selling in front of 44 E. Broad St., while Herman Seigel Is returning to tho Town & Country Shopping Center. Ai Solove will bo greeting his friends at Town St. & Grant. Robert Uonjamin will be covering the Parsons Ave. business district and all of Steelton. gaining contributions from his neighbors and many friends in that area. -MORE AUDITIONS FOR GALLERY TRYOUTS Additional tryouts for roles In Gallery Players' next production ("Detective Story") will bo held at the Center tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., Wednesday & Thursday at 8:30 p. m. For more details, call Mra. Sid¬ ney Putchat, FA. 4158. Cleveland Editor Main Speaker For Annual Joint Meeting of BBW, Council, Hadassah Columbus Gallery ot Fine Arts will be the setting for the joint meeting of Senior Hadasaah, B'nai B'rith Women and Council of Jewish Women Tuesday, Jan. 5. Spencer Irwin, well-known editor of the Cleve¬ land Plain Dealer, will address the assembly- There will be further Information on this Inspiring gathering In succeeding iaauea of The Chronicle. ^'harles U. MarguliN, a past presi¬ dent of the Newsies and now a trustee and buying committee member, Is to be at Cleveland and Sth Avcs., his accustomed stand theso many years. Marv GluMNmun, a nt^w probation¬ ary member, will he located at Broad St. and Eastmoor Blvd., and cover the business center near tho Esquire Theatre. Assigned to duty at the head¬ quarters In Memorial Hall arc Leo and Milton YaHnenoff, Leonard Kohn, Sidney L. Katz, Nate Hers¬ kowltz, Mux (jiutklnij. Persons unable to contott these men Saturday at their corners, may send their contributions to them at their homes. Their ad¬ dresses may be obtained from an advertisement in this week's issue of Tho Chronicle. Tho organization already is re¬ ceiving applications for aid at the Memorial Hall office. Hours aro from 9 to ¦|':30 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Once these requests are investigated by a member, the chil¬ dren wlll be told to report there for outfitting. Tho Newsies arc proud that their work is "100% for Charity," with every cent &f your contribution be¬ ing uaed only for its announced purpose. "This Is possible because all administrative expenses are paid from profits of social events put on by the organization," Mr. Margulls pointed out. ATTENTION ORGANIZATIONS In order to assist in rendering better service with regard to room assignments the Center is asking each /jrgttnization to call for a Room AHHignment slip at the re¬ ception desk before going to its meeting room. This slip is your authorization for tho use of meeting space ajid should be returned to tho desk af¬ ter filling in "number present to¬ day" space. Your co-operation will be appre- cioted. Ceramics-Art Class Is Scheduled Opening sessions of tho Jewiah Centor'a 1954 winter term for Adult Art and Ceramics-will, bo hold the first week in January. The first Ceramics class of the now term ia -scheduled Tuesday, Jan. 5, 8 p. m. The Adult Art class will got under way the next evening, Wednesday, Jan. 6. Courses continue for 10 consecutive weeks. Because of the unusually large number of persons Interested in those absorbing hobby courses, im¬ mediate registration Is urged in order to assure being included In tho limited enrollments. The> Art Class, under the skillful leadership of Rose Lazar, is limited to the first 15 persona to apply. The incroasingtly popular Cera¬ mics class ia limited to 20 students. However, should an additional 15 to 20 persona be interested in thla, activity, a second class may be started within aeveVal week s. Ralph Trivella. director of Art for the Bexley Schools, will continue as the instructor. Fees for the Art arid Ceramics courses are $10 each for Center members, $15 for non-members. Art studenta are to supply their own materials, except for easels which are furnished by the Center. Cera. miCs atudents are required to pay a $3 basic materials fee at the time of registration. This covers clay, glazes and kiln firing of all objects made out of thi* initial issue of clay. Additional materials may be purchased as needtni. Center memberH will be given preference If registration, including payment of fees, is completed by Dec. 25. AOLDAS ACHIM MEN'S CLUB SETS DEADLINE Deadline for reacrvations is next Friday (Dec. 18), according to Nate Nedelman, chairman of Agudas Achim Brotherhood's first annual New Year's Eve party. Mcartwhile, many reservations al ready have been received for the dinner-dance Dec. 31 at the syna¬ gogue. STUDY GROUP MEETS Mrs. Harry Getz, chairman of the Tlfereth larael Sisterhood Study Group, announces that the next meeting Is Thursday, In the Min¬ nie Cobey Library, 8 p. m. Mrs. Getz also announces that Rabbi Nathan Zelizer plans to con¬ tinue the afternoon Study Group aher the first of the year. SOCIAL (XUli MEETS TUESDAY AT CENTER The newly-organized Club 25 a social group for unmarried adults over 25 has planned a socdal for Tuesday, 8:30 p. m., at Hie Jewiah Center. Officers of tho Club are: prea., Dr. Robt. Nengoff; vice-pres., Glna Glmlnder; sec'y, Ida Wolfsort; treaa., Paul Rehmar. YOUNG ADULT LOUNGE FEATURES SPORTS NITE A sports night will be sponsored by the Young Adult Lounge at the Jewish Center this Sunday, 8:30- 11:30 p. m. Badmlntonoand volley, boll courts will be set up In the gym, while swimming will be scheduled in the poql. In addition, social dancing will be featured and refreshments will be served. The Lounge Is under the regular sponsorship of the Young Adult Planning Committee and is held each week. Admission la - Sfic for Center members, 36c for non-mem¬ bers.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-12-11|
|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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