Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-16, page 01
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:Vl iTV Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Commuhiiy ijtr .iUL^-- Vol. 33, No. 38 /^ COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1955 Dovojed ^o AmBrican dnd J«wiih Ideali Dr. James McDonald Speaker at Tifereth Israel Tomorrow; Here on Israel Bond Holiday Drive Dr, James G. McDonald. Ameri¬ ca's fSrct Ambossadoi' to Israel, and a noted public figure, will ad¬ dress Congregation Tifereth Israel on behalf of the High Holiday mobilization for State of Israel bonds during the Rosh Hashonah services this Sunday. (Campaign activities for this year in Columbus got underway last Thursday night, with a parlor rneettng addressed by Rabbi James O. Heller at the home of Albert Blank, co-c'.mirman with Ira Mon¬ roe, of Tifereth Israel's Bond Com¬ mittee). Next Thursday evening, Yehuda Hellmnn. a well-lnfOrmed Israeli journalist and foreign correspond¬ ent attached to the United Nations, will speak at Ben Yenkin's home, 2455 Bryden Rd., in the only other parlor meeting to be held during the High Holiday period. Mr. Hellmnn knows thc Arab world intimately, having spent several years In various Moslem lands as correspondent for the "Jerusalem Post" and other news¬ papers in Israel. He speaks a half dozen languages and nets as an advisor to American Committees of the Jewish Agency. He will dis¬ cuss Israel's economic and security situation in relationship to the flare up with Egypt in the Gaza area. Dr. McDonald is the chairman of the Advisory Council of the State of Israel Bond organization and has done m-uch work In the U. b. on behalf of Israel since he re- YEHUDA HELLMAN lired as Ambassador to Israel, o post he held for two years. He wrote "My Mission to Israel" after his assignment in Israel and has received honorary doctorate de¬ grees from both Hebrew Union College and Yeshiva University. A numtfer of years ago, when ac¬ companying the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry through the Middle East, Yehuda Hellman was arrested by the Arabs, who wanted to prevent his pro-Zlonlsl dis¬ patches from reaching the world. The American Press Club pub¬ lications "Dateline Delayed,", and Bartley Crum, In his best-seller "Behind the Silken Curtain," de¬ voted an entire chapter to Hell¬ man and this Incident, which made international headlines. Mr. Hellman has worked as for¬ eign correspondent in Switzerland, France and England before com¬ ing to the. United States, wh^re he wriites now from United Nations headquarters in New York. Born in Latvia, raised and educated in Is¬ rael, he studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and re¬ ceived degrees in polilicnl science nnd economics at lhe American University of Beirut. WANTED: AnythinK you flon't. Contact Pegio' Berg of Cfjuncli Women's Nearly-New Shop. KV. 0219. Last week, at the home of Dr. Ivan Gilbert. chairnmn of the committee for the Agudas Achlm Bond Appeal, members of the group met and worked out plans for the forthcoming Appeal to be held on Yom Kippur In the synagogue. The group has em¬ barked on a program of advance selling In prepar¬ ation for the parlor meeting art. the home of Ben Yenkin next Thursday and they will do "boiler- room" telephoning next Monday evening, from Shoe Corporation offices. Seated above are Ted Flnkelstein, Don Erkis. Lou Berliner, Dr. Max Kanter (president of Agudas Achim) and Dave Levison (chairman of the Ushers' Committee). Standing: Dr. Ivan Gilbert. Jacob Gilbert (community Bond chairman) and Jack Belzer. When thls' picture was taken, Max Shell, Stanley Goldberg, Sam Schlonsky, Saul Sokol, Abe A. Wolman, Myer Mellman. Phil Bornsteln. Sid Katz and Norman Meizlish were not present. (Photo by Topy) Gallery Players to Perform for BBW "You, the Jury," by Debby Karp, will be presenle<i by members of C;allery Players at the first meet¬ ing of the fall season of B'mii B'rith Women 'Tuesday, Sept. 27, at the Jewish. Oenter, 8:30 p. m. Mrs. Meyer Hoffman, newly- elected president, will preside at the jahort business meeting- Mrs. Morris Skilken will give the open¬ ing prayer. Program chairman for the evening will be Mrs. Joseph Schecter. Members of the cast in "You, the Jury" Include Mra. Harold Harris, Mra. Al)e LevUon, Mra. Harris Carman, Mrs. Ben Center and Mrs. Andrew Mayfer. Mrs. Na¬ than Nateman, preaident ot Gal- Jety Players, Is directing this pro¬ duction. Mrs. Aiux}n Kahn and Mrs. I. Sowalsky, -oo-chalrman of hospitality, are In charge of the K>clal hour following the meeting. Other officers serving with Mrs. Hoffman during the 1955-56 eea- «on include Mra. David Handler, Mrs. Fraiik Yassenoff and Mrs. Gary Kerstein. as vloe-presidents; Mrs. Maurice Levine. ree. sec'y; Mrs. Hal Blue, cor. sec'y; Mrs. Robert Goldberg and Mrs. David Rich, financial secretaries; Mrs. Albert Backer, sentinel; Mrs. Ben Center, guardian; Mrs. Martin Marx, treasurer; Mrs. Walter Katz. honorary treasurer; -Mrs. Al¬ bert Blank, counsellor. Membelrs of the board Include: Mesdames Abe Levison, Gus Reich, Ernest Halasz, Howard ^NI&W MEMBERS" NIGHT AT TEMPLE ISRAEL DATED OCT. 6 Temple Israel Brotherhood's an¬ nual "New Members Night" Is scheduled Thursday, Oct. 6, at Winding HoUow Country Club, with a free dlrmer for new mem- beriB. Guest speaker will he Wilson Dumble, associate professor of English at Ohio State University. 1 Dinner will be serv^ at 6:30 Schoenbaum, Sam Cordon, Louis Ackerman. Mesdames Philip Bradley. Al¬ bert Beim, Sam Lavine. Herman Geichman, Herbert Ehrllch, Paul Herwald, Joseph Cohen. Mesdames Morris Swedlow. M. Gilbert Knolls, Sol Rising, Irving Stein, Bernard Kaplan, Jack Koop¬ ersteln. Mesdames Abe Slavln, David Strkln, Sam Schlonsky, J. A. Bar¬ nett, Morrey Cohen, Maurice L>ev- Ine, Morrey Tarcov, Ralph Sobel. Mesdames Joseph Schecter, I. R. Avren, Martin Kaufherr, I. Sow¬ alsky,'Aa^on Kohn, J. Nathan Pol¬ ster. Mesdames Mel Furman, Harry Goldstein, trf>uis M. Levin, IrVlng Cohen, B. B. Caplan, Harry Sch¬ wartz and Miss Helen Nutis. Trustees include Mra Abe Pol¬ lack, Mrs. J. A. Barnett, Mrs. Jos¬ eph Mlnkln, Mrs. Sol Rising, Mrs. Esther Goldsmith. Mrs, Louis Gol¬ den, Mrs. Wm. Goodman and Mre. I Sam Schlonsky. MRS. JACK GOODMAN Hadassah Guest Characterizing membership i n Hadassah a's "the medium through which American Jewish women ran foster a creative Jewish life in America and at the same, lime par¬ ticipate in the development of Is¬ rael as a democratic stronghold In lhe Middle Kast," Mrs. Dan Feder. Mcmhershifi chruj-man. announced the npeninK of the Hadassah chap¬ ter's annual member-ship cam¬ paign. The drive wili be formally inaugurated Tuesday with a paid- u|i raeniber-ship luncheon at the Jewish Center. Vl.'.lO p. m. One of the hij^hliKhls of the af- t<'tno<in will Ih' (he nitpfnvranft.' nf Mi-s. Jack <;oo(iman of Indinnapo- lis. former nnllnnal \'ire-president of IIada.*isah, and now a member of llif National Board. Mrs. Good¬ man i.s one of Hnfia.*^s;ih's niu.sl colorful s|iok''snif>n. a.s well ns a deft ica te<l JCIoni.st leader of Iomk standing. One of the ont.stnndinK communi¬ ty Icadei-s in the Middle VVest, .shi- ha.s been an ardent Zionist since the age of 16. iHer brother. Dr. Alexander S. Wolf, a^ a student al thu University of Vienna, worked with the great Zionist leader, Pr. Theodore Henti). Her extensive Hadassah activi¬ ties have not precluded Mrs. Good¬ man from taking an .active part In civic and communal undertakings. She is, for example, past president of the. Indianapolis Symphony So¬ ciety Women's Committee, and a member of the Executive board; member of the Board of Directors. IndiaAapolls Community Chest; member of the Advisory Commit¬ tee of the Juvenile Court; a found¬ er of the Indianapolis Civic Thea¬ ter; and Executive Board member of such organizaitlons as thc Wom¬ en's Committee of the United Jew¬ ish Appeal, Brandeis University Women's Committee; Women's Committee of the Council of Fed¬ eral i(ms and Welfare Funds nnd United Israel Appeal. But Hadassah remains her first love. Sho has l>een to Israel sev¬ eral times during the past few yciu-s, the latest In the summer nf 1955. when she visited for 5'^ weeks. She has seen for herself what Hadassah's great network of medical, social welfare and vocat¬ ional education programs mean Io the country. And seeing all this for herself, she is partlcutorly equip¬ ped to tell audiences In Anierlca of the unique role which Hadassah occupies In the hearts of all Is¬ raelis. She has been enthusiastical¬ ly received wherever she has spok¬ en, and acclaimed for her sincerity, background Information and dedi¬ cation of purpose. Another sparkling attraction will be the presentation of the musical skit, "Jenny Makes Up Her Mind," which will Include an all-star cast ot Hadassah members. Program chairmen are Mrs. Harold Edel¬ steln and Mrs. Samoiel Lowenthal. RAANANA LAUNCHES UNIQUE PROJECT Raanana Chapter of Columbus is launching a novel project, unique to this community, for the purpose of raising funds for lis 48 projects . in Israel, Religious symbols of lasting and Intrinsic value are being mailed to Columbus residents. Thc monies received from donations will bene¬ fit Israeli children. Raanana. a branch of National Mizrachl Women, is the only Zionist agency set up lo aid in the religious education o f Israel's youth, both on primary and secon¬ dary levels. Not only does Mizrachl protect it.s youth wilh physical comforts, but it is safeguarding Israel's fu¬ ture Kenerntit)n by providing spirit¬ ual nourishment. This is done by -setting up cam[>s. schools, nurser¬ ies, kindergartens and children's villaKes. all wilh direct emphasis on religious training. iJuring Ihe high holy days, when WI- seek religious rejuvenation. Ifl us help Israel's youth find this same spiritual fulfillment. Rao- ana's work can he furthered only hy c(iminunal sujifiort of this wort tl while [in I ject. J^lease mail contributions Immetlinlely. GALLERY PLAYERS PREVIEW NEW SEASON Gallery Players Invite everyone who loves the theatre fo witness the prelude to their 1955-56 thea¬ tre season next Thursday. In place o£ a tedious business agenda. Interesting Information regarding plans for the season will be re¬ vealed. Plaiys will be announced, the director will be Introduced, and plans for experimental plays and training classes will be discussed. The larger part of the meeting will be given to a sampling of Ihe group's activities. One of the Gal¬ lery's talented husband and wife teams, Shirley and Marv Silber¬ stein, will present several scenes from "Bury the Dead." Program chairman, Irv Levey, has staged a humorous tme-act (contlnned on par« 8) OOB9fiCnoN — The Chronicle last week mistakenly used the pic- ttu-e Off Dr. Maurice Zox in connec¬ tion with a stoiy concerning Jos¬ eph 2ox end the Center Adult Committee. Above Is Joseph Zox.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-16|
|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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