Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-03-19, page 01
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•1.7 ArcnutoliBical i MlstoiiLiii Museum N. Hligh St. at 15th—1 ^^ JPRONICLE 2j[\\^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish ComtnimitY \JP^ vou 82, No. 12 OOLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1954 Z>«voted to American ¦nd Jewlab Xdeali Mrs. Norman Kab^ left, ohoirman of the ADL of B'nai B'rith, talks over plana for Tues¬ day's lnter-|(TOup luncheon with some of the women who'll attend. lAsft to rieht: Mrs. llarold F. Marsh, Mrs. Lawrence L. Whittoker, Mrs. Tom Fitxpatrick. Mrs. Dudley Glick. M^ OnUt-QfUMfi A^^ ^iiei^ When the 3rd annual Inter-group meeting,' sponsored by the Anti- Defamation League Committee of the Columbus Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, is held Tuesday afternoon, 12:30, at the Jewish Center, the opening prayer wiil be given by Mrs. Richard Howard, of the Miss¬ ionary Society of the Bethany Presbyterian Church. The luncheon, which will precede the meeting, is being prepared by Mrs. Nathan Nedejman, chairman, and Mrs. Nathan Radzeii, co-chair¬ man, of the Hospitality Committee, assisted by the following: Mesdames Joseph Minliln, Eu- dolph Minkin, Morris Goldj Jack Koopersteln, William Rosen, Don Erkis, Harry Goldstein, Harold Topy, Sam Schlonsky, J. A. Bar¬ nett, Joseph Schecter, Pavid Hand- Medical Fund Established In Dr. Louis Mark's Name There have been countless requests during the paat weeks for the establishment of a fund to which contributions could be made in the name of the late, great Dr. Louis Mark. Friends of his, desiring some project to perpetuate his name in the community, have set up the "Dr. Louis Mark Foundation for Medical and Scientific Research." INCOME FROM THIS FX)UNDATION will be used at the dis¬ cretion of the trustees (to be selected soon), and will turther the scien¬ tific resear. h in tho fields of chest diseases and cancer. In this manner, some of the great good to the community con¬ tributed by Dr. Mark during his lifetime, can be carried on inde¬ finitely. Dr. Mark's medical practice waa limited to the treatment of diseases of the chest. Ho was a founder of the American College of Cheat Physicians and its president two years ago. A PART OF THE INGOME from the ,Pund will, therefore, be di- . reeled to research In this field. The remainder will be used in at¬ tempting to shed light on medicine's No. 1 problem- cancer which prematurely plaimed Dr. Mark. Until permanent officers of the Foundation aro elected, contribu¬ tions may be sent to: Mr. Leo Yassenoff, c/o F & Y Building Service, 319 E. Town St; Dr. Henry Piatt, 21 E. State St., or Dr. Milton Levltln, 683 E. Broad St. DAY SCHOOL FOR FIRST-GRADERS IS AUTHORIZED AT BETH JACOB Announcement was made this week by Rabbi Leopold Oreen¬ wald of Beth Jacob Congregation that a Day School Is being or¬ ganized, to be conducted Id the RJ synagogue. Three or tour hours a day wlU be Set aside for Hebrew tmining at the new BetJi Jacob Day School. Anyone interested In the exploitation and furtherance of this project is asked to contact Rabbi Oreenwald immediately. Medical Open Forum at Agudas Achim Tuesday If you've ever had a desire to hear a noted medical personality away from his office-^sans the starched white coat, and without a stothescope dangling from hia ears-the opportunity will be presented Tuesday evening at Agudas Achlm Synagogue, ^here the Brotherhood will preaent a medical Open Forum. The forum is open to aJl, and at¬ ler, Ben Center, Russell Snider. Table decorations are In charge of Mrs. Samuel Schwartz and her committee. A film. "The High Wall," will start the program,, and will form the basis for the discussion to fol¬ low, which will be In the pattern of "buzz sessions" already eatab¬ liahed ^t former meetings of this kind and which, have .proved stimu¬ lating and worth while. DR. M. D. NEWBURGER, direc¬ tor of the Bureau of Juvenile Re¬ search, will act aa moderator, in-, troducing the film and presenting the questions and problems arising from it. Theme for discussions will be the effect of prejudice and dis¬ crimination on the social, educa¬ tional or employment level because of race, color or creed, may lead to juvenile delinquency. The dis¬ cussion will be directed by Mr. Sheldon Stelnhauser, Community Consultant of the Regional ADL Office. Closing prayer will be offered by Mrs. Harold Marsh, president of the Bexley Women's Club. ALL JEWISH women'a groups in the city have been invited and urged to send representatives to the important inter-group and in- ter-falth meeting. In addition to the Bethany Presbyterian Church and Bexley Womcji's Club, the following Church groups will be represented: B e x 1 c v^ Methodist, Immaculate Conception, St. Paul's AME, Christ Lutheran. St. Alban's Episcopal, St. Catherine's and St. Ann's Guilds. (contlnned un page 4) tendance is encouraged Spotlight will be on Dr. Jdck Silberstein and Dr. Herbert L. Pariser, HpecloliBtA In their re¬ spective fields and ranked high In the medical profession. Each will delve into his own field for short dissertations, with an open question-and-answ^r session to follow. The two guests of honor will be introduced by Agudas Achim's spiritual leader, Rabbi Samuel W. Rubenstein. A social hour will follow the Forum. UJF WOIMEN ANNOUNCE CHAIRIVIEN BOta BEN KAHN MRS. M. J. LEEBfAN Mrs. Milton J. Leeman and Mrs. Ben Kahn have been chosen to serve as co-chairmen of the Wom¬ en's Division for the United Jewish F\ind 1954 campaign. Announce¬ ment was made this week by Mrs. Richard h. Abel, chairman of the Division in behalf of the Women's Advisory Council. The Advisory Council, composed of all past Women's Division chairmen, eeu:h year chooses the individuals who will lead the women's drive. Samuel Shinbach, General chair¬ man, and Fred Yenktn, president of th^ United Jewish Fund, jolnei)' Mrs. Abel in welcoming Mesdamea Kahn and Leeman to the leader¬ ship of this, vital division of the campaign. "With the assistance of theae leaders, they stated, "the Women's Division ts bound to have another successful campaign. They I pact B) Appointments Made ' For Next ^B' Day Jewish Community Blood Donor Council reminda all members of the Jewish community to maite definite appointments to give blood on "D" Day which is Wed¬ nesday, Mar. 31. Red Cross Bloodmobile will be stationed at the Jewish Center from 12 noon to 6 p. m. Free trans¬ portation, baby Sitting service and snacits will be provided. ARC 4 CARD PARTY Mrs. '^Maurice Goldstein will be hostess at a card party project for Arc Club 4 (Aid to Retarded Chil¬ dren) Tuesday, 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Morris Bender, 740 Eu¬ clalre Ave. Purim Dance Tonite For T. I. Group Tifereth Israel Men's Club has its Purim dance tonight, 9:00, at Broad St Temple. Dancing will be to the music of Bill Fleming and his orchestra, and entertainment will be furnished by Ray Bolin. popular MC. Mr. Bolin, who came up via the "Borscht Cir¬ cuit" in the Catskilla, has been featured by many ndjnc bands in the midwest and has appeared in many Columbus hotels. His dynam¬ ic technique will keep the crowd entertained all evening. Light refreshments will be serv¬ ed, including soft drlnits and set¬ ups, under the supervision of Irv¬ ing Price. The entire program haa been arranged by program chair¬ man, Lou Dorfman. The affair is free to paid-up members and their partners, with a nominal charge for guests. Purim Party Sunday At Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Sisterhood's Purim supper a.nd fun carnival will be heldl Sundayt 8 p- m., in the social hall of the aynagogue, 959 Bulen Ave. There will be fun. food and door prizes for the entire family. Adult tickets for the aupper are $1.50, 75c for the children. Prize committee: Meadamea Ju¬ Uus Weintraub, Morris Weinstock, Jerry Rosen, Meyer Schecter, Jack Solomon. Food committee: Mesdamea S. Goldmeier, M.- Goodman, H. Shiff, J. White, M. Levine, J. Swartz. Gakes: Mesdames Eugene Cohen, Morton Rosen, Sidney Kahn. Publicity: Mrs. Harold Hillson. Mrs. Maurice Goldstein is chair¬ man of the affair. Members of the Beth Jacob Mon's Club win assist the Sister¬ hood in the preparation and pre¬ sentation of the hpllday affair to- j morrow. Additional BJ's who want ! to volunteer service ahould contact Leonard Schwartz at DO. 8835 or IAD. 0047. SPAGHETTI DINNER FOR "CLUB 25** AT CENTER - A social program will precede thi; spaghetti dinner planned for "Club 26" members tonight (Saturday). 8:30, at the Jewiah, Center. DESSERT TEA AT AHAVAS SHOLOM Next meeting of Ahavas Sholom Sisterhood /^Wednesday, 1 p. m., and will be preceded by a dessert tea. Immediately following the meet¬ ing. Rabbi Jacol? Rabinowitz will conduct an open forum on ques¬ tions relating to laws and customs of Passover. I Purim Carnival for Scouts, Little Leaguers Sunday; Buddy Beim, Al Rosen Co-Chmn. For the first time, the Cub Scout and Little League programs have combined at the Center to preaent a Purim carnival, to be held Sunday, 4:30-0:00. Buddy Helm.and Al Rosen are co-chairmen, assisted by Little League coaches and Cub Scout committee. There will be 20 booths with games and f-un for the entire family. Ho|t dogs and pop will be sold at the: "BYesslteria." All booths will offer prizes to all those playing the games. Besides games and food, door prizes will be given away at regular Intervals during the afternoon. Serving on the Carnival conunttt!^ are: Sam Nedelman, Louis Sher, Don Erlcis. Stanley Harr, Milton Welner. Leonard Qoreltck. Mor¬ ris Boster.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-03-19|
|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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