Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-05-21, page 01
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/viuflufOllBlcdl & lli.T.uiii-.il .MURPum N. High St at L-ith—I 2Jlyj/ Senring Coliimbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \]f\^ Vol. 32, No. 21 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1954 Devoted to American and Jewlih Ideal* Above is a scene at the UJF men's annual Special Gifts dinner held laat week at Winding Hallow Country Club. At microphone is Robert Lamms as ho introduces the main speaker, Sol Luckman. At the speokcni' table, left to right: Herbert S. Levy, Fred Yenkin, Robert Lozarun, Sam¬ uel Shlnl>aeli, Mr. Luckman. Below, left to right: Rabbi Harry Kaplan, Horry Roth, Dr. E. J. Gordon. UJF DAY ACCLAIMED SUCCESS Sunday — UJF DAY for the Men's, Young Adult and Youth Di¬ vision volunteers—was one of the most successful events held in any campaign of the United Jewish Fund. More than 300 people gath¬ ered at breakfast to receive their kits and cards and to hear an in¬ spiring message delivered by Stan¬ ford C. Goldman, prominent citi¬ zen of Toledo and former cam¬ paign chairman of their drives. The amounts pledged this year, In almost every case, exceeded those of last year. The total came to an average of 22% more than wa^ realized on thb same cards last year. The solicitors reported being well received by the contributors so that the response waa gratify- AT RECENT U. S. N. A. CONFERENCE Maurice Bernstein, executive director of the United Jewish Fund and Jewish Welfare Federation, Columbus, (second from right), chats with Nathan KopHn of Akron, Mrs- Sol Kramer of Lakewood, N- J.; Ralph Segalman, executive director of the Jewish ^Federation. Waterbury, Conn., and Beatrice Behrman, New York City, at the recent annual meeting of United Service for New Americans held at the Hotel Plaza, New York City. Stelnhauser Runs Unopposed For Office of Guardian in B'nai B'riths Elections B'nai B'rith election night — always a highlight meeting of the year — wlil be held Tuesday evening at Broad St. Temple. Please note change of meeting place, from the Jewish Center to the Temple. As usual, it will be men's stag affair. Running unopposed for tho office of guardian will bu Sheldon Stelnhauser, an Anti-Defamation. League field worker. Running for the office of ..secretary will be Bernard Cohen, an attorney. Others to be elected—and elevated a notch up the chairs—are: Myer Meilman, presi¬ dent: Dr. Bernard T. Mlndlin, 1st vice-president; Sol Zeldin, 2nd vice- president; Herbert A. Cummins, warden; Saul Soicol, chaplain. Walter KiTiz, the Lodge's perennial, has been nominated for treasurer. In charge of the Elections committee this year again is Dr, Ben¬ jamin Gertner. Following the election, card games of various sorts wtll be held. Refreshments will also be served, with David Doiin and Maury Mayer¬ son as chairnieii. Tbe meeting will start at 8:80. Agudas Achim's Confirmation Exercises Sunday Morning Annual confirmation of the Agudas Achim Religious School will bo held tomorrow, 10:30 a. m.. in the synagogue. An elaborately arranged program has beon aet up for tho occasion. Mrs. Samuel W, Rubon- stoln. Religious School principal, and Mrs. Gabriel Zisenwine, toachor of tho confirmation class, are in charge of Lhe program, riabbi Samuel W. Rubenatoln will ing. Mr. Goldman, in his talk to the workers, gave a graphic descrip¬ tion of the history of the Jewish people in the last 30 years against the background of current event? during that period. He managed to bring in 'the work of almost sjl of the agencies supported by the UJF. In concluding his talk, he stated "What more ia there to tell you? You read tho papers and rec¬ ognize the needa just as I do. You interpret the dangers pretty much as 1 have, or else you wouldn't be here this morning. "$120,000,000, tho goal of UJA irt 1954, is ao. much a bare minimum and so ia yoijr own goal of 17% Increase, when you consider the people involved. You could go on talking about kids, their dreams and your dreams for them. You can deposit witb them yolir hard- won wisdom, and a child can guard it and protest this investment and perhaps reinvest wisely and win a profit- a larger one than you and I have ever dreamed of. "May 16 Is juat about to begin. Tomorrow'a press may carry a small, seemingly unimportant ac¬ count of this breakfast mceti ng and tho day's activities, but if we have synchronized not only our watches but our hearts with God this morning, then we shall know together that history- really Im¬ portant history - haa been made even more important In thia great conununlty of yours. I have no fears that Jews assembled in meet¬ ings such as this all over America In 19S4 will be able to spell out "Life"- -l-i-f-p-- Jewlah life with pride for all the world to see ancl for all the world to know." Chairman David Levison pre¬ sided at the meeting. Others who took part were the throe co-chair¬ men of the General Solicitation Di¬ vision: Irving Lackritz, Dr. Paul D. Meyer and Ira Monroe; Honey Fisher and Cpl. MIkr Selwyn for the Young Aduit r>ivi8ion, Don Merkin for the Youth Division, Samuel Shinbach. campaign chair¬ man, and Fred Yenkin. president ot the UJF. ; David Levison, Honey Fisher and Don Merkin each expressed ap¬ preciation for the fine support re¬ ceived- from the vice-chairmen. Colonels, Majors and LleXitenanta. They urged all those whq still have cards to work and finish them, this week. deliver tho charge to tho confir¬ mands. Cantor P. H. Geiiman will render a vocal selection. Tho Confirmands listed bolow will participate in the services: .Jeffrey Byron Bonder, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bonder, 740 Euclalre Ave.; Arlene Nancy Coop¬ ersmith, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Sam R. Coopersmith, 777 Fair- wood Ave, David Isaac Goldfarb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldfarb, 291 S. Cassingham; Byron Jay Kohn, son of Dr. and Mrs. Abe S. Kohn. 919 S. Roosevelt. Rita Joyce Laaky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laaky, 576 Park Dr.; Ronald Arthur Reich. son of Mr. and Mra. Gus J. Reich, 379 N. Columbia. Marcia Joyce Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwarti, 822 S. Roosevelt; David Alan Segel, son of Mrs. Inez Segel and Mr, Gerald Segel, 1049 Oakwood. Rosalie Tieman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tieman, 1052 Lockbourne: Warren Lczar Udisky, son of Mr, and Mrs. Harry A. Udisky, 6 8 9 Carpenter; Elaine Aieri Zeff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zeff, 240 S. Stanwood. 'Red* Trautman to Address Temple Brotherhood George S. Trautman, president of Minor League baaoball, wiil be guest speaker of the Bryden Rd. Temple Brotherhood's annual din¬ ner at the Winding Hollo\V Coun¬ try Club. It's at 1 p. m. Thursday, and the dinner and entertainment are only part of the day: golf, awards, elections, entertainment, games. It's all free except for $1. to cover entertainment tax and prizes. ' "The Man of the Year" award and the "Leon J. Goodman Sr." award Wlil share the spotlight with the Instal&tion ot president¬ elect Ray Kahn. Final Meeting For Agudas Achim's Men's Club Nate Nedelman, the chief chef of the Agudas Achim Brotherhood. Is one who doesn't like to be disap¬ pointed, especially when it comes to preparing large' quantities of food. He iB anxious to have as many members as possible from the Brotherhood show up Thursday night at the social hall of the building for the annual election meeting, which Is set to start at 8:18. There will be an attractive pro¬ gram lined up for members, besides the election of officers ,^ttnd board members. Nedelman will take over after the business meeting and he prom- tsea no one will go hungry. There will be plenty of good on ' his "table." And he will bo able to prove it to the entire membership. Members are urged to bring a new mehibor to this affair. President Willie Goodman will preside at this final session of the 1953-04 year. PKOF. DIERCKS Directs Chair Th&rO.hU* State University Sym^ phonic Choir, which will appear In concert at the Jewish Center this Sunday evening, la one of the nation's best known college choral groups, with membership careful¬ ly selected and trained by Us founder apd director. Prof. Louis H. Diorcks. During its recently CQtnpleted tour, the 67-voice organization was hoard in eight cities in Ohio and Indiana, adding to Its already eminent reputation. The all-student choir first won acclaim as the winner of a nation-wide "choral quest" conducted by the dbliunbla Broadcasting System. The V^jinning of this competition brought''a tour of the Eaatern states which closed with a concert at Radio City, New York. THE CHOIR HAS appeoired with the Colupnbus Philharmonic Or¬ chestra In performances of Brahms' "Song of Destiny" and "The 142nd Psalm" by Julius Cha- jes. During the 1903 season, the group appeared with the Buffalo Symphony. An outstanding feature ot the program will be selections from Sir Granville Bantok's Vanity of VanltieH, based on The Book of Ecclesiaatcs. Other works to be heard Sunday Include Sons' of Solomon by Alvln King and sev¬ eral folk songs made popular by the choir. The program is free to Center membera. Nbn-member admission ia $1. Special complementary tickets havt> been made available to students of elementary and high schools. CONFIIIMATION EXERCISES AT BETH JACOB TOMORROW Confirmation exercises of the Beth Jacob Sunday School will be hold thla Sunday 2:30 p, m. The following will be confirmed. Donald Zauderer, Rochelle Greff, Marcia Lieberman, Marjorie HIU- (jon. Norman Rovick,__ Arlene Roi?- enthal, Jack White, Barbara Solo¬ mon. Following the confirmation ex¬ ercises, a reception will be held in the social hall of the synago^e. The Jewish community is tnvlto<|.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-05-21|
|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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