Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-03-25, page 01
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r'" »f — OfflO JE Zj1\\# Serving Columbus And Central Ohio Jewish Communiiy ^^,, Hi Vol. 33, No. 12 COLUMBUS, OHIO, f=RIDAY, MARCH 25, ir955 •nd Jtwfih ld«&ls United Jewish Fund lemlent met nt the reHi- denco pt Williain Kohn la»t week, when ^est 8I>oaher Milton KIrKhbaum of Chlcnso nddre>we<l tho UJF CompaiKn Cabinet. Left to rlKht: Herbert S, tj<^vy, clmirmjin ot the Cabinet; Mr KirRhbalim, U'llllnm Kohn, ehiiirmnn of the locnl Hpeclnl OlftM DivlHlon, nnd Troy Kelliel, preHldent of UJP. (Pboto by Topy) United Jewish Fund Sets 1955 Goal of $600,000 ... Up 15% Columbus resldenta will be jiflked to invest $600,000 In thoir ovjff Uvea and in the Uvea of their fellow men during the 1906 campaign of the United Jewiah Fund of Columbua, according to decision of tho Cam- paign Cabinet Tuesday at the home of WllUam- Kahn. 2746 Brentwood Aye., chairman of the Special Gifts Committee. With Milton Kirshbaum, vice- chairman of the Trades & Indua- tries Division of thc Chicago Jew¬ ish Welfare F^nd campaign, as inspiratlanaJ apeaker, member^ of the Campaign ,Cabinet, supple¬ mented by co-chairmen of thc Women's Division and membera of the Women's Advisory Council, set a goal for 1955 that ia 15% higher than that of 1954. "We chose that goal becauae of ua. kanteh MU. SCHWAHTZ AGUDAS ACHIM'S NEW OFFICERS TO BE INSTALLED TOMORROW EVENING Honoring Ita outgoing president, Harry L. Schwartz, and the new president. Dr. Max Kanter, Agudaa Achlm oongregatlon will hold its installation this Sunday, 8:16 p. m., at the Synagogue. A reception for the congregation, catered by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gold, and an Inaugural ball, with music furnished by Norman Qreen'a orchestra, will follow. Other officers and Board mem¬ bers to be installed by Rabbl Sam¬ uel Rubenstein will be' Harry Sher, vice-president; treas., Abe Tenkin; rinancial sec'y, Sam Rosenthal; recording sec'y, X- M: Harria. Board of Trustees: Louis Ber- Ihier, Or. Aaron Canowlbs, Bernard Gkdd, Sidney Katz,. Ell Levison, Abe Luper, Normap Meizlish, Rob¬ ert MeUmon, Louis-Ruben, Som Sohloiuky, Sol Bhenk, Abe .SUver- Servtog on the planning commit¬ tee imder thf chairmanship ot 1. M. Harris are: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldfarb, Samuel Luper, Nathan Nedelman, Som Schlonsky, Her¬ man Schottensteln, Harry Sher, Ben Tolpen. "The entire congregation Is in¬ vited to participate In Sunday eve. ning's activities," said Mr. Harris. "^ery effort.to make it on even^ ing long to be remeinbered is be¬ ing mode by the committee." incrcaaod needs, both- locally and throughout thc world," Herbert Levy, campaign chairman explain- cd. "Continued high costs of liv¬ ing, population Increases, and the fact that nil our agencies had dif. ficulty in carrying on essential programs of health and welfare, oblige us to ask our generous con¬ tributors to give more this year." IVIr. Kirshbaum, who is an in¬ vestment counselor with E. F. Hut- ton Co. of Chicago, stated that thn prospects for continued prosperity In this country nre good. He ex¬ pressed confidence \^hat tho people of Columbus would meet the larger goal: "Gifts to the Pund, covering the needs of 42 agencies, will be an investment in the best sense of the word, ono which will actually re. turn .dividends to every Jewiah family in Columbus, as well as to the community generally." Mr. Kirshbaum stressed the problems facing thc United Jewish Appeal, the largest beneficiary agency of the United Jowiah Fund. Ho pointed out the necessity of having funds to make possible the Immigration of at least 30,000 Jews from North Africa, the establish- mont of 52 new agricultural set¬ tlements In Israel, tho irrigation at an additional 45,000 acres of land, the building of 6.000 additional housing units, and the preparation for final settlement of the 60,000 immigrants now sheltered tempor¬ arily in transition camps. In a second apoech Wednesday night at a dinner meeting at the Ft. Hayea Hotel, Mr, Kirshbaum addressed leaders in buslneas and profeaaions who gathered with members of the campaign cabinet to dlacuaa plana for the UJF oam¬ palgn. "Buaineaa condltiona are general¬ ly favorable throughout the coun¬ try and proapecta for continued proaperlty are good," Mr. Kirsh¬ baum emphasized in his role as Chicago Investment counselor. "We who ire working on cam¬ paigns expect that prosperity to be reflected In the success of the United Jewls^ Fund campaign in Columbus and other cities. Work¬ ers In the campaign across the country should be able to meet their local goals without apprecia- (eeallBud m psge n PRESCHOOL PRESENTS PASSOVER WORKSHOP AFTER SUGGESTION BY LEAH JAFFA THIS WEEK Arrangements have been completed for a appotal Passover Work- shop by the Jewish Conter Pre-School, In cooperation with its Parents Group, to be held 8:30 Monday evening in the Library Lounge of* the Center, Special workahlpff, both for teaching staff and parents, for various selected Jewish holidays and other general occasions and pur¬ poses, form an Important part of the over-all program of the Pre-School and tho Parents Group. Hftwover, tho Interesting aspect of tho PassQver Worltshop is the fact that the suggestion for it came out of thc inatltutr hold for the Pre-School staff and parents by Miss Leah Jaffa, Music Con.sult- ant for the National Jewish Wel¬ fare Board, during her visit to the Jewish Center this wrck. The Workshop will bo held ut a tfrar when mothcr.s and fathers wiil havf an opportunity to par¬ ticipate in the program. The Par¬ ents Group is contacting all of its members for the occasion; and a fine attendance is anticipated. Members of the Center generally nre also invited to share in the program. Historical background of the Passover holiday, customs of ob¬ servance, various aspects of the Seder preparation, the Seder rit¬ uals themselves, the Haggadah, music, song, crafts—all of these phases of this important Jewish occasion will form Interesting ex¬ periences in the Workshop. And aa ia customary in workshops the pro¬ gram wili bo handled very infer, mally. Planning for the Passover Work¬ shop ia being done by a commltee from the Parents Group, in cooper¬ ation with thc Prc-School staff and the director, Mrs. A. R. Schwartz, The Parents Group Planning com¬ mittee includes Mesdames So/omon Fineblum, Samuel Meer. Mayer Rosenfeld. Samuel Rubonstein. Henry Samuels and Sam Stellman. Guest Speaker "What Makes a Criminal?" That subject will be discussed by Inspector Harvey Alston of the Co¬ lumbus Police dep't when he ad dresses the Beth Jacob Men's Club Thursday, 8:30 p. m., in the social hall of thc dynagogrue. Alston joined the Police Force as a patrolman Iff 1037, became a sergeant in '46, a lieutenant in *48 and attained the rank of captain in '52. Refreshments will be ser\'ed by Meyer Schecter, assisted by "Pop" Rosen and Leonard Schwartz. A aocial hour will follow. , 'B' Day At Jewish Center Wednesday. 12 to 6 p. m. Wednesday, Cohimbus Jewry will gather from iijljivcr Columbus to give less than an hour of their time and a pint of precious, life-giving blood. The Red Cross bloodmobile will be stationed at thc Jewish Center from 12 noon to 6 p. m. A full staff of nurses and professional help will be on hand to process the giving of blood. Free transportation is being pro¬ vided by Terry Motors, 2010 E. Main St. Several Studebalcers and drivers will be on call all day. If you need transportation, call DO. 6221. Free baby-sitting service Is also boing made available to work¬ ers and donor's. Sandwiches, cookies, cakes, hot coffee, fruit juices and other snacks will be served! to workers and donors. All Chronicle readers are urged to keep their appointmcnta. If you haven't been called. It is suggeatcd that you call DO. 6221 and make an appo4iltmcnt to give blood on "B" Day. SEDER SETTING TO BE ¦ nXUSTRATBD By DAvnre Appearing In next week's Chron¬ icle will be a full-page reproduction of tbe traditional and proper pro¬ cedures for aetting Seder tables for Passover. The llluatration will be aponsored by David Shkolnick, owner of David's Furniture Oo., and anyone Intereated in obtaining copies or rc-prlnta—at no charge —can obtain them at David's — *63 a FVont St., or by calling CA. g-aS41. ftUW. DONALD fXX)K TO ADDRESS TWIG 109 Mrs. Donald D. Coolt, general chairm.an for Children's Hoapital Twigs, will bo guest speaker at the next meeting of Twig 1(39 Wednes¬ day, ut the home of Mrs. Irving Oihen, 1421 E. Columbus St. Mrs. Ben Izeman will be co-hostoss. Card Party Tuesday At Beth Jacob The Jewish War Veterans Auxl. Uary Poat 122 has made final plana for its annuAl card party Tuesday, 8 p. m.. In thc Beth Jacob aocial hall. Tickets arc 60c and may be obtained from any member or at the door. Many prizca will be awarded. Mrs, Helene Goldmeler is chair¬ man, assisted by the fallowing: Meadamea Rita Rosen, Cece Rad¬ zek. Ann Topy, Margie Rosen, Blanche Toung, Naomi Schotten¬ steln, Roz Slegle, Frieda Raiken, Qoldie Qoldman, Ann Gatoff, Re¬ gina Oreenberg. The spirit, decorations and theme of the evening will be that of a Spring garden.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-03-25|
|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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