Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-03-05, page 01
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Aii'liueuUgiC'ul & Hisiuricui Museum N. High St. at 15th—1 l][\w Serving Colmnbus and\ Central Ohio Jewish CommunitY^\]/\\^ VOL. 82, No. 10 CXILUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 19S4 Devoted to American and. Jewish Ideals Thousands Mourn Dr. Mark's Passiiig The liigh esteem in which the late Dr. Louis Mark was held was manifested by the hundreds who attended funeral services last Sunday at Bryden Rd. Temple. The service was conducted by Rabbis Jerome D. Folkman and Harry Kaplan. REHEABSAtr—Gathered around Mrs. Sol Zell at the piano as she rehearses the music ahe will phiy for a fashion show and tea sponsored by the Rose E. Loziunis Sisterhood of Bryden Rd. Temple ore membera who are also busy planning their own spring costtimfes for the partly. The event will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Ilonka's Provincial House. Standing, from left, are: Mrs. Ben Balshone, Mrs. Albert Glick, Mrs. David Qerstenfeld, Mrs. Asher Moser, Mrs. Leonard Stem. Sft/iUtf Bttfle ShcuiA ^ Winter-Wea^ Ti/amen The combined talents of the fashion ataff at Madtson's, Ilonka's and committee chairmen of the Rose Ei. Lazarus Sisterhood of Bryden Rd. Temple, are aimed at producing a show rivaling the best of the Paris tradition for the pleasure of winter-weary Sister¬ hood members and their friends when "Spring, What's In Store for '64?" Is presented Tuesday, 2 p. m., at Ilonka'a. for the benefit of Slaterhood projects. The Hat of prizes already an¬ nounced continues to grow and thlfl week, Mrs. Ben BalahonC, chairman bf Gifts, haa ajinounced the addition of an electric deep fat fryer; a beautiful Honaon table lighter set, the gift of the Sharwell Tobacco Co.; a leather olgaret case, the gift of the Gay Luggage Shop, and a lovely cocktail apron donated by the Sisterhood. Mra. David Gerstenfeld. chair¬ man of Ways & Means, and Mra. Herbert Wise, president of the Sis¬ terhood, have pointed out the ma^y needs of the Sisterhood In carrying on a program of youth work. Braille, acholarahips, Inter-falth and religion. THE SISTEKHOOD haa bt!en highly commended by national and atate officera for its outstanding Braille program, headed by Mrs. Richard Abel, which was called to public attention in an article "Co¬ lumbua Serves the Sightless" In the January iasue of the Newa Bulle¬ tin of Ohio Federation of Temple Siaterhoods. Mrs. Abel has been invited to confer with Braille lead¬ ers In Cleveland for an exchange of ideas. The recently held.Youth conclave In which the Sisterhood played an important part haa received favor¬ able comment from both the young people who attended from all over Ohio and surrounding states, aa well aa tho profeasional youth leaders who participated. CANTOR GREGOR SHELKAN GUEST OF B'NAI B'RITH HERE ON APRIL 13 Cantor Grei^ Shelkan, who gained national fame recently when the television program "This Is Your Life" portrayed bis heart-wrenching true story, will preaent a concert of Jewish miulc at a B'noi B'rith meeting, Tuesday evening, Apr. 13, at the Jewlah Center. The. affair will be open to ail paid-up members of B'nai B'rltb and their families. WIVES OF LOCAL MEDICAL MEN TO ACT AS HADASSAH 'MODELS' Since the proceeds of Hadasaah'a tax-stamp party are going toward the building of the new Medical Center, it is fitting and proper that wives of local men ahould act aa models and hoatesses Tueaday, Mar. 16, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewlah Center. Displaying the lovely gowna from Mllgrlm's will be the following: Mesdamea Walter Baum, Ralph Dwork, Elmer Engelman, Gary Ker¬ atein, Jack Silberstein, Ben Smilack, S. L. Well, Maurice Zox. Hostesses for the evening include Mesdames B. W. Abramson, A. R. Cohen, Abe Cowan, Milton Good¬ man, Samuel Katz, Harvey Laah, Herbert Parlaer, William Paul, Alexander Pollack, Leonard Wews-- erstrom. WITH TWO OENTI.EM1DN act¬ ing aa commentators for the fash¬ ion show, the ahowing wiU not only delight the eye of every woman preaent but ahould certainly prove to be most entertaining. Mr. Rob¬ ert Montgomery of Milgrim will be assisted by the well-known Maur¬ ice Jackson of station. WVKO, with hla humor and ad-llbblng. A "Week-end at the Waldorf" for two. Including plane fare, will head the list of door prizes. In addition, favors fOr all. refreshments and card playing are Included in the evening's program. Admlsalon is $170 in tax atampa or tho equivalent of $& In cash. Contributora to the Chaim WelU- (oonUnaed on pBge 4) WINTEK QUARTER SERIES AT HUXEL ENDS Winding up the active winter quarter at the HUlel Foundation will be the Sunday evening forum presentation of a Yiddish movie, "Laughter Through Tears," to be shown Sunday, 8 p. m. Last regular Jewish Studies Claas is Sunday. 11 a. m., Rabbi Harry Kaplan will discusa "The Hebrew Phophets." Dr.. Mark, age 61, was an in¬ ternally known authority on chest ailments and was one of the na¬ tion's leading contract bridge ex¬ perts. Knowp throughout the world as a tuberculosis specialist. Dr. Mark was chief of the chest dep't at White Croas Hospital. Ho entered White Cross Jan. 26 and waa moved to University Hos¬ pital four weeka ago. Death ctimc Thuraday. Fob. 25, and was attri¬ buted to cancer and its complica¬ tions. DR. MARK WAS owner and medical director of the Rocky Glen Sanatorium at McConnelaville. O., largest privately-owned sanator¬ ium in the U. S. (150 beda). He had been a practicing physi¬ cian and surgeon in Columbus since 1922, and resided with his wife, Mrs. Fannie Karon Mark, at 2498 Sherwood Rd. Dr. Mark weis one of the pioneers in the technique of collapsing lungs in the treatment of tubercu¬ losis and in other tuberculosis techniques. His accompliahments in the field of chest aliments were so widely known that frequently medical men from all parts of the nations and even foreign countries called him by telephone for consultations. Almost all of his many trips abroad resulted from special invi¬ tations from medical groups who aaked him to addreas their organi¬ zations. He had. lectured by invita¬ tion in England. France. Italy. Portugal, larael, and other coun¬ tries. .Il^ST A YEAR AGO, last fall, he and Mrs. Mark headed a group of 55 medical authorities and their wives on a seven week tour of South America aa representatives of the American College of Cheat Physicians and Surgeons of the United States, of which Dr. Mark waa a paat president. Dr. and ^Mrs. Mark made many trips abroad, and in 1950 he had an audience with Pope Pius XII. An In the medical profession Dr. Mark achieved fuine In the field of contraot bridge. He was the firat life maater of the American Contract Bridge League. FROM HIS COLLEGE daya when he was the smallest player on the Marquette Unlveralty football team until nine yeara ago, Dr. Mark waa alao active in athletlca. For many y^rs he waa golf champion St Winding Hollow Country Club. Dr. Mark waa a member of Bry¬ den Rd. Temple, Temple Tifereth larael and Ahavaa Sholom. He was a member of the Wind¬ ing Hollow Country Club, Athletic Club and Excelsior Club. MRS. R, J. ABEL Chairman of UJF's Women's Division President Fred Yfenkin and Cam¬ paign Chairman Samuel Shinbach of the United Jewlah Fund an¬ nounced today, that, on recom¬ mendation pf the Women's Advis¬ ory Council, Mrs. Richard J. Abel has been choaen to lead the Wom¬ en'a Division in the 1954 campaign. Messrs. Yenkin and Shinbach stated: "This is the first time in several years that a single leader among the women has been chosen to head this vital divlaidh in our campaign. We are delighted with the choice of the Women's Ad- vlaory Council. Wc know that Mrs. Abel will lead the women to a auc- cesaful conclusion of the cam¬ paign. "HER EXPERIENCE laat year OS one of the co-chairmen of the Women's Diviaion, and her prev¬ ioua experience In many of the drivea of the United Jewish Fund, guaranteea that she will have the support of the women throughout our community and will set a fine example of leadership. The wom¬ en of Columbus have always in¬ spired the men to do their utmoat for the aucess of the drive. ¦*We knovv that Mrs. Abel and tlie othera of the Women'a Advis¬ ory Council have already spoken to many people throughout the community about working in the campaign and that they will con¬ tinue to receive an enthusiastic response." Mrs. H. J. Abel haa been a leader in many community activities. In addition to serving last' year aa one of" the co-chairmen of the Women's Division, she had previ- (eoatlnaed .qs page S) * YIDDISH MOVIE TO FEATURE NEXT MEETING OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGE For Its members who enjoy a Yiddish movie, the local B'nai B'rith Ixxig-e wlli present ita annuai Jewish movie, "Her Second Mother," Tuesday evening at the Jewish Center. "Her Second Mother" is a typical Yiddish classic, containing elc- meitts of love, oonjedy, pathos and drama. For thoao whoso know¬ ledge ol the Yiddish lEinguage is limited, Eingilsh sub-titles are included. There Is an ail-atar cast headed by EJsta Salzman and Muni Sere- broff. B'naJ B'tlth members, their families and trlends arc Invited. There Is no admission charge. The meeting wiil begin at 8:30 p. m.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-03-05|
|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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