Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-09-17, page 01
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gHROMiriE 2f\Q^ Serving Ctolumbus and Central Ohio Jewish Ck)mmui| '^Hh'ihlhJt'i^i'i X Vol. 32, No. 38 COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY, SEpf EMBER 17, 1954 4i' T •» TvoiDnc3H..aV . ahtPJawIih tdaals Einstein College of Medicine Dinner Thursday A dinner next Thursday at the Jewish Center will mark the opening of the Columbus effort In behalf of the Albert EMnsteln College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. Dr. Jack Sllberstcin is serving as chairman of the Columbus Committee of Sponsors. Dr. Herbert Pariser and Leo Yassenoff are co-chairmen. Quest speaker at the dinner will be George Alpert, honorary campaign chairman of the Aibert Bjlnateln College of Medicine, and one of the nation's top lay leaders In the field of higher education. Mr. Alpert will report on the progress of America's first medical college under Jewlah auspices. The college Is now under construction In New York, and will admit Its first class In September, 1965. Adjoining the college, the City of New York Is constructing a $40,000,000 Hospital Center which will be affiliated with the College and serve as Its clinical teaching center. The college is to be completely nonsectarlan, selecting both faculty and students sole¬ ly on the basis of scholarship and ability, without regard to race or creed. A committee of leading citizens is serving along with Dr. Silberstein to further community Interest and support for this new medical college. Committee members In¬ clude Dr. B. W. Abramson, Dr. B. B. Caplan, Dr. Aaron Canowitz, Melville Frank, Dr. Morris Goldberg, Dr. E, J. Gordon, William Kahn, Dr. A. H. Kanter, Dr. Max Kanter, ( Herman Luckoff, Dr. Paul Meyer, Jack Schiff, Sam Schlonsky, Samuel Shinbach, Harry '' Silberstein, Max Silbersteln, Abe Wolman and Fred Yenkin. Hillel Doors Open To OSU Freshmen More than 700 Jewish freshmen will be welcomed to the Ohio State University next week by the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation's special Freshman Week program. The freshman reception, after Friday Sabbath services on Sept. 24, and the annual freshman brunch, 11 a m. Sunday, Sept. 26, will acquaint the new students with the Hlllel program at Ohio State. The Foundation's facilities, lead ers and activities will be presented to the freshmen at the Sunday morning "brunch" by way of a skit, "The Voice of Hlllol." Members of the Hillel Folk Dancers, Players and Choir will be featured In this program. The quarterly teicvialon appear¬ ance will be later Sunday, 2:30 p. m., on "Columbus Churches," WB¬ NS-TV. Kabbi Harry Kaplan, di¬ rector of Hlllel, and studenta of the Founflatlon, will appear In an In¬ terpretation of tbe high holydays. High holyday ' servloes will be conducted by Rabbi Kaplan at the Foundation, 46-16th Ave. Rosh Hashonah serylces will be held Monday, Sept 27, 8 p. ro.^,.^es- day, Sept 28, 10 a. m. and>^p. m., and Wednesday, Sept 997 10 a. m. (eoatUmed on psce 4) War Vets Schedule Meeting Tuesday First meeting of 1964-6IS for Capi¬ tol Post 122, Jewish War Veterans, is scheduled at Broad St Temple Tuesday, 8:30 p. m. Commander Henry Flnke urges all members to attend and requests each to bring a prospective new member. The Post has undertaken the project of compiling a list of all Jewish veterans Mn the community )vho have served since World War 11, or are now serving. In order to bring the files up to date, mem¬ bers of the Post and the communi¬ ty who have sons ' or relatives who've been In the service or arc now Sfirving, are asked to call Mar¬ tin Kaufher, Jr. VIce-Oommander, at DO. 69B1. Many benefits i|ro available to . the ex-setvicemen. Those benefits can be had thru the local JWV Kfoup, with proper co-operation. Sr. Vlee-Coil^ander, Albert Botm, illrges all JWVs to bring- tlc¬ keta which they have remaining from the HiUiard Raceway projeot, •0 tbat the books may be closed and brought up to date. MRS. SILBHRSTEIN Women's Chairman Mrs. Jack Sllberstcin, chairman of the Women's commlttooothos-. tesses for the forthcoming com¬ munity dinner honoring Mrs. Elea¬ nor Roosevelt in the main ballroom of the Deshler-Hllton Hotel, Wed¬ nesday night, Oct 13, announced at the meeting of hostesses lost Thursday, the names of her co- chairmen : Mesdames Bernard Felt¬ llnger, WlUlam Gllck, Jacob Gilbert and Sherman Sharwell. At the same time, Jacob, H. Gil¬ bert, community chairman, ex¬ pressed the "thanks and appre¬ ciation of everyone working for a strong and secure Israel" at the action taken lost week by the Agudas Achim Synagogue -Board, which for the-eecond year voted to participate in the national High Holiday Synagogue mobilization for Israel Development Bonds, and conduct a High Holiday Bond Ap¬ peal. (oontlnned on pajie 4> TEA PARTY TO HIGHLIGHT DRIVE Mra. Lester Thai, membership chairman of the Rose E. Lazarua Sisterhood, announced that the highlight of the membership drive will be a tea at the home of Mr.s. Alien Gundersheimer Sr., 31 S. Merkle, Wednesday, 2 p. m. The tea has been planned for new and prospective members of tho Sigtorhood. These women will have a chance to meet the officera and various chairmen and learn of the varied and important activities in which the Sisterhood partici¬ pates . and supports. Tho Slater- hood's main interest and work Is that of a service organization in supporting the Religious School, adult classes. Temple needs and ac¬ tivities. Ab a service group, the Sister¬ hood also poctlcipatca in co^iinunl- ty service activities, Is represented on the board and membership of the United Church Women of Fronklln County Council, and through this words with UNTCEF, especially In the Halloween fund collection. Sisterhood members work In¬ dustriously on translating import¬ ant works Into Braille and are al¬ ways represented in the Communi¬ ty drives and Serve-A-H6spltal ac¬ tivities. (continued on pace 8> New Appointments At Hebrew School Albert A. Blank, president of the Columbus Hebrew School, is an¬ nouncing the appointments of two new members to the staff. Mr. B. Diamant, a native of Is¬ rael, studied £^t the Teachers Semi¬ nar In Jerusalem, and graduated from the Teachers Institute of the Yeshiva Unlvexalty of New York in 1902. He has taught for the last two years In Osborne Terrace, Newark. N. J. Mr. Reuben Ness, a native of (eoatlaaed on .MK« 4> DR. FOX Reth Jacob Guest Dr. Marvlp Fox has graciously accepted thp Invitation of Eabbl Leopold Grecnwald to apeak &t the Beth Jacob Congregation the first day of Rosh Haahonah and at the Kol Nidre service. Dr. Fox, professor of philosophy at Ohio State University, has dis¬ tinguished himself as a leader In academic and religious affairs In many ways. An ordained rabbi, he completed his Jewish studies at the Hebrew Theological College o f Chicago In 1942, and Is presently director of the Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jewish Center, la as¬ sociate editor of "The Jewish Par¬ ent" and la a contributing editor to "Judaism." Members, as well as the general public, are welcome to purchase tickets for the high holiday serv¬ ices at Beth Jacojb synagogue, 959 Bulen Ave. Council Launches Triple Collections Council of Jewish Women is sponsoring a triple collection of penny banks for children's aid, tax atamps and jelly for Nightingale Cottage, with Mrs. Arthur Jacobs, Mra. Lester Seligson and Mrs. Stanley Schwartz aa chairmen, and Mrs. Al Friedman. Mrs. Rob't Gun¬ dersheimer and Mra. Lou Wilson as vice-chairmen. The following have graciously of¬ fered to assist: Mesdames Leo Elferman, Irvin Levine, Stanley Dolner, Maurice Zox, Jerome Brown, Morrey Matt¬ lin. Mesdames Jack Ratner, Sam Nedelman, Harry Krakoff, H. E. Levi. Leon Seligson, Joseph Kass. Mesdames Sam Vaicov, Richard Grundsteln, Sol Elsenman, B. B. Friedman, Harold Korn, Jerome Gross. Mesdames Leon Berman, Nathan Zeff, Marvin Gutter, Myron Cohen, Morris Garek, Stuart Krupnlck. Mesdames Jack Gelln, Gil Seiden,- A. B. Weinfeld, Rob't Skuiler. Rob't Wile, N. Herskowltz, H. Hofheimer. (contlnoed on p«ffe 4} aEOBO]^ ALPSIRT of Boston, honorary campaign chairman of the Albert Elnateln College of M;^dic)ne of Yeshiva University, will be guest speaker at the dinner next Thuraday at the Jewish Cen¬ ter. ^ UJA Film tp be Telecast Sunday station WBNS-TV will mark the coming of the Jewish New Year 6715 this Sunday, 2:30 p. m., with a special telecast of an aJ]~star, sus¬ pense-packed dramatic motion pic¬ ture called "The Big Moment" The showing here la Ih cooperation with tho United Jewish Appeal, which Is the major beneficiary of funds raised through the Columbus Unit¬ ed Jewish Fund. ^ A special prologue keyed to the Jewish New Year 6716. which oc¬ curs Sept 28-29. introduces the film. At the close of the telecast a Hadassah Luncheon Tuesday at Center First Hadassah meeting of the fall season will be held Tueaday at the Jewish Center, 12:30 p. m. Thia is the paid-up memberahip lunch¬ eon which will again this year be In the form of a Smorgasbord. Mrs. Jerome Fisher, prealdent, ex¬ tends a cordial welcome to all Co¬ lumbus Jewish women to Join Ha¬ dassah and work with women throughout the nation in support¬ ing Hadassah's projecta in Israel and Its American program. Mrs. Sanford A. Tlmen will de¬ liver the opening prayer. Mra. Har¬ old Edelateln and Mrs. SanfOrd Lipson, co-program chairmen an¬ nounce a novel aklt, "Winnie Wins the Walkathon," will be presented. Those participating are: Mesdames Leon Wasseratronir Aaron Zacks. Gary Kerstein, Mar¬ tin Levinson, A. E. Glngold, Abra¬ ham Flicker. Ben Barbon, Arthur Pollack, Auguat Schofer. Lew Coh¬ en, Frank Glassman. Irving Sett, Maurice Zox, Phtl Lakln, Norman Melzlish, Harry Meilman and Wil¬ liam Barash. Accompanist Is Mrs.^ Lester Nafzger. Assisting Mrs. 3ol Myers, Hos-^ pltallty chairman, will be: Mes- <««athiiied oa jpsfe 4) ¦m ti National BB President to Spealf at Testimonial Dinner Honoring I. W. Garek Zlon tiodge 62 will be honored Sunday evening when the national president of B'noi B'rith, Pblllp At Klutxnlok of Waajiington, D. C. comes to town to participate with the '!U>dge In paying tribute to I. W. (Iz) Garek at a testimonial dinner at the Jewiah Cenier, starting at 6 p., nt ,, That the otilef executive of B'nai B'rith will be at the dinner is further acknow¬ ledgement of appreciation to "Iz" (or his maliy years ot n^ritorlouB service to hla com- itounlty and to mankind. Garelc haa devoted most of his life's |9(ian to B'nai B'rith and Its many functions, as . well aa to local p))ilanthraplo projects. Aa a national vice-president of. B'nai B'rith, he imativen up ma^'hours of bis time from his family and business to work as an unpaid |i((riWit ."In the ^rtneywd of the Lord." , Tho entire Jewish community is Invited to join In bestowing a community's grati¬ tude to Mr. Oarek. The banquet will be strictly kosher and under the direction of Joseph Schecter. . Sidney L. Katz Is chairman of the affair, which will also witness the installation of the following officers: Myer Meilman, president; Bernard T. Mlndlin, 1st vice-president; Sol Zeldin, 2nd vice-president; Herbert A. Cummins, warden; Sheldon Stelnhauser, guardian; Bernard Cohen, secretary; Walter Katz, treasurer; and Saul Sokol,' chaplain. As he ha^ Ip years past, Mr, Qarek will install the officers, Reservatlona for the dinner will be accepted Sunday from 10 a. m. to noon by calling the B'ndi B'rith office, DO. 6221 or DO. 2791. If you are umtble to attend the dinner but wish to hear Mr. Klutznick apeak, yOu are welcome to arrive after the baniiuet, about 8 p. m.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-09-17|
|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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