Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-12-31, page 01
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2j[\// Senring Columbus and Central Ohio Je;yish Commi E Vol 32, No. 54 COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1954 «no J«v/iiK Iduls ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii 1 EVERY ALIEN I IMUSTKEPOBTl 1 HIS ADDRESS 1 1 JANUARY 1955 s \ BHqOIBEMENTS Every alien who la within the United States on the first.day of January of each year shall, ^kvlthln 30 days following such date, report his address to the Conunlssloner, Immigration and NMurallzation ' Service, !and shall furnish such ad. dltlonal Information as may be re¬ quired by regulations. Any alien who is temporarily absent from the U. S. during the reporting period shall report his address within 10 days after his return to the States. DBPORTATION PBINAI/TY An alien who willfully or inex¬ cusably fails to report as required Is liable to be taken Into custody and deported. In q;ddltlon, im. prlsontaent or fines may be levied before deportation. BOW TO REPORT 1. Oo to any United States Post Office or any U. S. Immlgtatlon and Naturalization Office and asic for an Annual Add/ess Report Card (Form MS.) & mil in.all the itemsi on the card oM sign it. 8. Hand the complel^a card to any postal clerk or Immigration em- ^itoDf^ Pq not mail the card your¬ self. • •' « Aliens }i years of age and ovei; must file their owA form. A parent, or the legal guardian of an alien who is less than 14, must file the report for the youngsters. Argylo R. Mackey, Comm. of Im¬ migration Sc Naturalization; Herb¬ ert Brownell, Jr., Attorney Gener¬ al; United States Department of Justice; National Couiicll of Jew¬ ish Women—United HIAS Service; Council of Jewish Women—Mrs. Daniel H. Cohen, Chairman of A- merlcanlzatlon. For further, information, call Mrs. Daniel H. Cqhen, DO. 3108, or Mrs. E. J. Gordon, FA. 25S0, chair¬ man. Service to Foreign Born. NBEl> -(PBINXINOT CM The OhTonloIe, OA. *-t9U CANTOR LANOE Conducts Services The famous Cantor Lclb Lange, who for 16 years was the Chief Cantor of Moscow, will be the guest of Columbus Jewry and he will conduct aervlces at Beth Jacob synagogue this Saturday (Jan, 1) It Is needless to Introduce (!7antor Lange. because everyone knows his great talent and his fine tenor Voice, and his unusual artistic in¬ terpretations of the different pray¬ ers. He has made thousands of friends and admirers and has re¬ ceived recognition from all over the U. S. Beth Jacob congregation Is happy to off;6r this treat to the C^; lumbus Jewry. The cantor's high nielodloUs tones and inspiring vo.lce Interpret the meanings of the pray¬ ers to his listeners, and exalt them spiritually. Admission to hear the Cantor Is free and everyone Is Invited. No tickets have been Issued. Services will begin at 9 a. m. SIGMA THETA PI HAS 'PRESIDBNTIAI- BAIX' Sigma "theta PI sorority will sponsor a "Presidential Ball" at -the Deshler-Hllton Hotel Saturday evenln|[, Feb. 5. The dance will in¬ clude many surprises and young people of the Jewish ci?mmunlty are urged to attend. ¦ARTHA Kirr BUYS ISRAEL BONDS If SfRtWOTHm ISRAH'S ICPMOMY iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyi 1 "UNIONGRAM" 1 1 AFFAIR IS 1 i JAN. 11 1 The annual UrTlongram luncheon for members of the Rose E. Lazar¬ us Sisterhood has been planned for Tuesday, Jan. 12:30 p. m., at Tem¬ ple Israel, Mrs. Herbert Penburr, president of the Sisterhood, an¬ nounced. Themo of the luncheon and pro¬ gram has been planned around THE UNIONGRAM .... an Ideal Jewish message-bearer for all oc¬ casions. It takes the place of the telegram, commercial greeting card or note. ¦ ¦ Profits derived from Unlongrams arc devoted either to the Soholaa ship and Religious Education Fund of the National Federation of Tem- pel Sisterhoods, or to the mainten¬ ance of Sisterhood-sponsored free religious schools. This fund pro¬ vides: scholarships for eligible students of the Hebrew Union Col¬ lege-Jewish Institute of Religion; a grant toward the religious educa¬ tional work of the Union of A- merlcan Hebrew Cyongregations, including its department of Yputh Activities: a subsidiary for lecture Institutes for rell^ous school teachers and laymen; and other special projects within the scope of the fund. Mrs. William Kahn, ehaltnian of unlongrams, and her committee are busy the year 'round, not only tak¬ ing orders for the several types of Unlongram packets—regular, mliil- ature and Informals, but they are also prepared and have written and moiled many Unlongrams for all occasions. SISTERHOOD AIEMBERS will be fortuhate to personally meet and hear one of the young men, Sandy Shapiro, who has already become a leader* ,throug}i the "channels" of the Unlongrams. It will be thrilling to iee what the results of sending the "Just right" message has meant to more than the recipient of the message! Mrs. Isadore Topper is planning a hot luncheon, and reservations win be taken. If the phone commit¬ tee is not able to reach you, call your reservations to the temple office. MRS, BEN KAHN, president of the Columbus Section of the Nat¬ ional Council of • Jewish Women, announces that due to a conflict In activities, the awarding of the gifts for those members who have saved the largest amount of tax (oontlaned on psffl 8> Above are Isadore' Zeldin (left) and Sheldon Stelphaiiser, who are among Ute participants for the 2nd oimoal sabbath service to be con. ducted at Broad St. Temple tSext Friday evening (Jon. 7) by tlu) local B'nal B'ritli Lodge and women's Chapter. B'nai B'rith Sabbath Service Next Friday Next Friday evening (Jan. 7), B'nai B'rith, Zlon Lodge 62, and Zlon CSiapter 127, invites mem¬ bers and their families and friends to the 2nd annual B'nai B'rith Sabbath. Services, to be held this year at the E. Broad St Temple, starting promptly at 8 p. m., hfive become a part of the Nation^ B'nai Q^rjth prograrh. Elach year the members of the Lodge and CSiapter congre¬ gate with their family at one of the local temples or synagogues in.ob¬ serving the Sabbath. This year, as in the past, the en¬ tire service, will be conducted by members of B'nai B'rith. Sheldon Stelnhauser, Guardian of Zlon Lodge and a member of the Re¬ gional ADL staff, will deliver the sermon for the evening. He has chosen as his subject: "But By Earilu kilt, lUr of lbs Broadway ii'te and motion pictures, 1> ihown put- dhulni Sl«|« at Iirsd Developmcni Bbndi from Morris R. DeVoskln, Chair- maq of lbs Tndu *nd Prafeuioni Divitlon of the Chiuio Commiilee for 8lM« «('Iira«l BoAdi. Mr. DeWoikin prcKnted an orchid to Mtw Kill, wbb pudwied ha Unel 0«vel#pmeai Bondt '^o help •Irengthen ifae ecooomy of bnel," at a cocktsU psrty held in Chicago far the isle of Jirul Devdop^ Msal Bands, Iirul DeTvloixaeni Bondi are being (old in tbe Unilsd Slalei, Cmfda, Lslla America and Wjllcm Europe for the sfricullural spd Iqdiuirltl ¦rawUi >f Iirael, and the esplailMlon of in nslutal retonrces. T. 1. Quota Project Scheduled Jan. 19 An amusing skit has been plan¬ ned for the T. I. Sisterhood's an¬ nual .quota project Wednesday, Jan. is. Mrs. Ben Goodman will direct the.comedy of errors which will dramatize the "do's and don'ts" of social etiquet. Assisting Mrs. Goodman will be Mrs. Marvin Gut¬ ter. The cast of characters will in¬ clude Mesdames Harold Poster, Lawrence Polster, Lew Ckihen, Marvin Gutter, Sam Paine, Sam Hellman, Jack Palestrant, Sam Flaum and Sfuiford Koppelman. Mr^ Dudley Qllck will narrate the 'skit and Mrs, R. J. Groban will play- the piano. Women making pledges of $6 or more will be entitled to vie for a portable Ironrite, a Westlnghouse floor waxer and a G. E. steam Iron to be given away that afternoon- Mrs. Fred Roland, prealdent of tlie Tifereth Israel Sisterhood, lias invited all Sisterhood n^embers. to partl(:ipate in this aSiiiual fund* raising ev^nt and by this means help support the Sunday Sohool. My Spirits." Isadore Zeldin, who served as CSiaploin Assistant to the 99th Division Chaplain during World War H, and for the past five years as cantor for the high holiday services at Ohio State HiUel Foundation, will act in the capacity of cantor for the evening. The responsive readings and pray¬ ers .will be read by the officers. The following women of Zlon Chapter will serve as ushers for the evening: Mrs. Paul Herwald, Mjlo. Meyer Hoffman, Mrs. Melvin P]urman, Mrs. Oavid Rich, Mrs. Frank Yassenoff. An 'Oneg Shabbot will follow the service in the vestry room of ..the temple, with the following serving as hostesses: Mrs. Isadore Azren, Mrs. Murray Barnett Mrs. Jack Fishman, Mrs. Joe Goldslager, Mrs. Sam Lavlne, Mrs. David Rich. Left to right: Mrs. A. L. Meyer, Mrs. Theodore Scblonsky, Mrs. J. S. Resler. Brandeis Educator to be Guest Speaker for iocal Women's Affair Jan. IStii Eiithuslastlcally at work with their various duties pertaining to the membership drive and annual meeting of the Ctelunibua Chapter of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University above are' Mrs. Theodore Solilonsky, president; Mrs. Jack Resler, Life Membership chairman, and Mrs. Allan L. Meyer, Program chairman. With the drive, now in progress, culminating with a paid-up mem, bershtp luncheon on Jan. 18, many exciting pli^ are, also, in the making'by Mrs. .Uartin (Sbdofsky and Mrs. James Kobacker, who are In charge of hospitality oiid decorations. Reservations will be taken by Mrs. Dave LevUon and Mrs. Jaok Shore, while prospective members' are being contacted by Mrs. Abe^A. Wolman, Mrs,,Joseph O. Schectef and their coqimlttee. . • ."¦ ¦1 Mr. Em^uel M. Gilbert, Director of PublM Affairs of Brandeis.tjfnl- versity, who has had an extensive career as a writer, piibHctst and educator, is to be Uie speaker at the luncheon, wIMcM la to be held Bt:the'Jewish C^entbrv. (esattaaedra paif'O'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-12-31|
|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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