Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-10-14, page 01
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2!\\y^ Serving Coltimbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community ^/\\^ Vol. 33, No. 42 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 Devoted t9 Am«rlcan and Jewiih Ideals GOAL OF $865,000 FOR NEW TEMPLE ISRAEL Charles Y. Lazarus, chairman of thc Temple Israel Building Fund, this week announced that a goal of $865,000 has been set for the con¬ struction of a new temple at 3300 E. Broad St., at Morrison Rd. The .$805,000 figure was established after consultation with the Union of American Congregation officials and their building consultants. The committee met Oct. 4 and approved a resolution for the timing of the campaign, which will close as soon after the first of the year as possible, but no later than Mar. 1. It is planned that ground will be broken in thc fall of 1930 and that Rosh Hashonoh services vvill be held in thc new temple in 1957, The committee approved a plan that pledges to the building fund may be made on a five-year basis, payable quarterly beginning Jan. 1, 19.56. Mr. Lazarus announced that over .$2.50,000 has already been re¬ ceived in the form of land and cash pledges. In determining the over-all goal, the committee took into consider¬ ation thc experience of other congregations the size of Temple Israel. The five-year payment plan was approved to ensure that thc new temple will be built in two years. It was'dccided to enlarge the campaign committee in order to meet the date set for completion of the drive. A canj^aign planning com¬ mittee will be appointed and bring its recommendations to the enlarged committee soon. MENORAH BALL NOV. 20 MIL TARSHISH To Install Ohio's BB Officers at Luncheon Sessions for B'nai B'ritii Oiiio State Association's meetings'for men and women will be held sep¬ arately tonight at the Desiiier- Hiiton Hotel. Herbert Heller, president of the men's group, and Mrs. Milton J. Ijeeman, president of the women, will give their president's mes¬ sages tonight, instead of Sunday morning, as has been the custom in the past. Al 10 p. m., they will Join for "coffee hour," after which will be a brief educational and entertaining program. "You the Jury" will t>e presented by Gallery Players and members of B'nai B'rith Women: Mrs. Ben Center, Mrs. Andy Mayer, Mrs. Harold Harris, Mrs. Harris Carmen and Mrs. Abe Levison, directed by <eontlnaed on pave D) Hadassah to Hear Rabbi Kaplan Next regular meeting of Senior Hadassah, Tuesday, 12;S0, at the Jewish Center, will be in the form of a dessert luncheon. Octolier is United Nations Month and the decorations wili carry out the theme of the UN. As its featured speaker, Hadas¬ sah will have Robbl Harry Kaplan, who needs no introduction to Co¬ lumbus or Hadossah audiences. He recently returned from a trip to Israel which was given to him in recognition and appreciation of his 20th year as director of the Ohio State University Hillel Foundation. Besides teilUng ids audience of his experiences while in Israel, Rabbi Kaplan will show his magnificent collection of color elides. Hadassah will provide baby-sit¬ ting service at the Center. Annual B'nai B'rith Dance Affair at Valley Dale "Bigger and better than ever be¬ fore" is the slogan and the goal of B'nai B'rith men and women of Columbus as they launch their 1955 fund-raising campaign. It will cul¬ minate on the evening of Sunday. Nov. 20, at Valley Dale, with the annual MENORAH BALL. For the first time in its 90-year history, the men's lodge is going all-out to I join thc women's chapter in this, the 17th annual project of the women. Accfirdlng to Mrs. Myer Hoff¬ man, president of the Women's chapter, and Dr. Bernard Mindlln, who heads Zlon Lodge 62, the re¬ sults of this joint. unifie<i under¬ taking wili speak eloquently for themselves on the night of Nov. 20. Spurred on by the necessity of raising money for the Service Fund of the District, the men have added their zeal and enthus¬ iasm to the experience and fund- raising "know-how" of the women, and reports to date prove that this combination ' will produce an un¬ precedented result In the history of B'nai B'rith donor projects. Last week, at the Center, the kick-off luncheon launched the opening of the Pledge Solicitation campaign for donors, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Frank Yas¬ senoff, vice-president of the chap¬ ter. A capacity tairn-out of work¬ ers on the donor campaign heard' Mrs. Yassenoff outline the needs for this year, as well as the method of solicitation for donors. Even as she spoke, representatives of B'nal B'rith Women of America were in Israel, where, this very week, dedi¬ cation exercises were held for the magnificent Children's Home at Ramat Gan, near Jerusalem. IN THIS CONNECTION, ll is interesting to note that among the wonderful colored slides whtclx, Rabbi Harry Kaplan took this summer In Israel, are several showing the Children's Home, then tiearlng completion. In plain view was the Jordan border near by, ample evidence of the necessity for the high wall which surrounds the buildings, and tor the 24-hour watchman with gun on shoiilder, (pontinaed on paffo 9) GOLDEN AGK GLUB A meeting of the Golden Age Group will be held Wednesday, 8 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Fav¬ orite games are planned. plck-up aa usual on Livingston Ave. 'B' DAY NOV. 23 Blood Donor Day has been set for Nov. 29 at the Jewish Center, 1126 College Ave., announced Izadore Zeldin, chairman ot tbe Jewish Community Blood Donor CouncIL The goal haa been ¦et for ISO pints of blood. You will be contacted to make an appointment. Left to right: Albert (Buddy) Belm, commander Henry Pinke, past commander of Capitol Post 122. of Capitol Post 122, Jewish War Veterans; Jerry These men ore ready to unveil the new JWV me- Kresice; Martin Kaufher, senior vice-commander; mortal tablet which will be dedicated Nov. 11 at Alvin Solove, chairman of the Tablet committee, and , Beth Jacob Synagogue. Jewish War Veterans Unveil Memorial Plaque on Nov. 11 A memorial tablet, bearing the names of all known deceased Jew¬ ish war veterans of Franklin Coun¬ ty, whether or not they were mem¬ bers of Capitol Post 122, will be unveiled Friday, Nov. 11, 8 p. m., at Beth Jacob Synagogue. The general community is invit¬ ed to witness the Post's long-time goal being at last realized. A prom¬ inent guest speaker will be at these colorful memorial services on Armistice Day. In previous editions of The Chronicle, a Jlst pf names was pub¬ lished, designating Jewish War veterans who gave their Uvea for their country. If anyone In the community knows of any names which have been omitted, please contact Alvln Solove, DO. 2063. The Jewish War Veterans of Co¬ lumbus have gone to considerable expense for this project and the Post does not want aniy names ex¬ cluded. "^ Following is the list of names compiled thus far: Abe A. Abraham. Samuel Amdur, Maurice Baratjenakl. Sidney Basch. Samuel I.. Bayer, Nathan H. Bender. Abe Benjamin. Joseph Block. Maur¬ ice BlfMDm, MlUard F. Bornsteln, Her¬ man Brody, David Bronstein. Julius H. Cohen, Jacob Cohen, Al¬ fred S. Cooper. Samuel Danzlger. Abe Edelman. Wm. Edelson, Edward Fish¬ er. Frank Fishman, Morris Flox, Marvin Fnuvklln, Harry Friedberg, Irvln B Furman. Martin Gitlln. Robert P. GlUln. Ir vln OiKlDfsky. Dave Gold. Ma;( Gold¬ smith, Samuel Greenbaum, Morris Greenberg. Richard L. Greene. Louis M. Greensteln. , Myron Halms, Harry Harnett, LouU M. Harris. Morris Howltz. Hy¬ man Josephson. Arnold Katz, Maxwell Kramer, Morris N. Leasure. Frank Levin, Bernonl Lleberman. Herman Lieverman, Milton H. Loeb, Morris Lubeach. Alvln Materson, Herbert V. Marx. Harry J. Mltzen, Arthur Mohr. Wm. Monett Harry Pallet. Joaeph Paine, David Pastor, David A. Peiros, Abe Poling, Nathan Rlnkov, Isaac Rosen. Louis Rosenbaum. Nathan Rosenbaum, Jacob Rosenbera, Sam Rosenberg, Louis Rosenthal, Isadore H. Roth. Hyman Schlonsky, Max D. Schmeru Abe Schusterman. Moritz SchwarU. Harry Shamansky, Harold 1 Shuman. Isaac SleKel. John Silver. Joseph SH- verberg. Adolph Slmmona, Julius Sni¬ der, PhlUp Solomon. Sanford Soom- sky, Al Sugarman, Samuel Swerdlow. Edward B. Torches, Wm. D. Topo¬ losky Maurice Topion, Sidney Tyro¬ ler, Herman Waltznian, Wm. Wels- gold, Louis Wilson. Jack Winters, Bel-t Wolman, Walter Yaco, Robert Zucker- SOCIAL DANCE GLASS STIUiTS SUNDAY Social dancing instructions, pre¬ sented by the Center Yoitth Dep't, start Sunday, 2 p. m., under di¬ rection of Doroithy Bloom and James Naiulty. All boys and girls In the 6th grade or higher are eli¬ gible. Registrations for this tiegtnners' class are stUl open. The advanced claaa will begin In January and Is for all who attended the first series of eight lessons or who've had pre¬ vious dancing Instructions. Theo harge is $6 per session for Center members, $9 for non-mem¬ bers.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-10-14|
|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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