Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-30, page 01
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S[\\^/^^~Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\JAIK Vol. 33, No. 40 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1955 Dsvofed to Amsricsf and Jawlth ld«alt Israel Bond Commitments at Congregations Net $107,400 The high holiday phase of the 1955 Columbus Israel Bond cam¬ paign will deliver $107,400 In In¬ vestment dollars to the people ol Israel, Jacob Gilbert, chairman, an¬ nounced'today. Results of the High Holiday Ap¬ peal, conducted In four synagogues ENZIO & LONIA to entertain at JWV Auxllliiry affair CAPITOL LADIES COMBINE DONOR DINNER WITH ANNUAL SALES TAX PARTY OCT. 18 Enzlo & Lorila, famed singing and comedy duo, will lilghllght the ^ tenth annual ctonor dinner of Capitol Ladles Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans #122, Tuesday, Oct; 18, 12:30 p. m.. at the Ft. Hayes Hotel. They have appeared In leading entertainment places and have one of the most versatile acts of their kind, singing in 20 languages. Their repertoire Oct. 18 here will include Yiddish and English songs. The Auxiliary's donor dinner will help fulfill the organization's many worthy projects and obliga¬ tions, such as B^n/amln Franklin TB hospital, Juvenile Center of Cplumbus, Lockborume A i r b a s e Hospiltal. AdOpt-«-Hospltal In Ft. Mead, S. Dakota; Soldiers & Sail¬ ors Home in Sandusky, Ohio; Vet¬ erans Hospital in Chilllcothe, State Hospital in Columbus, and the ward of nllnd men at the Veterans Adminlstiatlon Center In Dayiton. Other JWV projecta Include Hupport of Ald-to-Isroel, United JewlNh Appeal, community blood drives.and the AmericuniNm pro¬ gram. The Auxiliary of JWV Is the only national Jewish women's or¬ ganization holding membership In the Women's Patriotic Forum, through which they will "ever be able to combat the powera Ot bigo¬ try and darkness wherever originat¬ ing, whatever their target, to up¬ hold the fair name of the Jew and fight his battles wherever assail¬ ed." The Auxiliary's afffUr this year is being combined witb the annual sales lax party. Cost ot the dinner Is $7.50, or $250 in tax stamps, or a combination of both. Lana Zeltsman, chairman of tax stamps, urges all donors to submit tax stamps by T\iesday of next week. No stamps will l>e accepted at the door the day of the lunch¬ eon. Miss Zeitsman's address is 959 Kelton Ave. Mra. Julius Margulis Is president of tbe Auxiliary and Mrs. Fred Ad¬ ler is chairman of the donor lunch- eon. Other committe© chairman are: Mrs. Irvln Lichtenstein, Jack and JiU page; Mrs. Chas. Yoimg, donor treasurer; Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, publicity; Mrs. Robt. Dietch, FA. 7823, and Mrs. Robt. Freedman, HI. 4-8377, co-pledge chairmen. WILSON DUMBLE, BS, MA assist¬ ant professor of English at Ohio Slaie Universitiy, will be the main speaker at Bryden Rd. Tempio Brotherhood's "New Members Night" Thursday, 6:30 p. m., at Winding Hollow Country Club. GOLDEN AOE CLUB MEEXmO WEDNESDAY Golden Age Club's opening meet¬ ing of the new year will be Wed¬ nesday, 8 p. m., at the Jewish Cen¬ ter. All members are urged to at¬ tend. Any senior citizen in the community is Invited. Bus pickup will be on Livingston Ave., storting at 7:30. ¦ Dues for the next six months ($1.50) are payable at the meet¬ ing. An excellent program has been planned lond refreshments will be served. in* Columbus were made known to¬ day. It wa^ pointed out that 347 families made commitment within thc synagogues. The year's first Appeal was con ducted by Tl/ereth Israel Congre gallon on the second day of Rosh Hashonah. Under the co-chairman ship of Albert Blank and Ira Mon roc, a result of $40,250 was record ed w^ith 134 commitments to pur chase being made. The Appeal was preceeded by a pdrlor meeting at the home of Albert Blank and Rabbt James G. Heller, noted Zion Ist leader, was the speaker. Dr. James G. McDonald Introduced by Rabbi Nathan Zeiizer, addressed the Congregation and the Appeal followed. On Koi Nldre nighl, within the walls of Beth Jacob, Louis M. Lev¬ in appealed for commitments after Leo Lanla, the guest speaker had finished his address. Rabbi Solo¬ mon Poupko followed Mr. Levin nnd made an inspiring appeal for participation. Forty-five members responded and $10,100 was raised. Two Appeals were held on Yom Kip[)ur day, one at Agudns Achlm and one at Ahavas Sholom. Ajfudas Achim produced $."i2,0.'J0 fi'iiin I'J!) individual cctmrnilinents. Mr. Lania, auth(jr nnd juurnnlist, who was Kn-L'St speaker, was intro dufod by Rabbi S. W. Rubenstein und followed to the pulpit by Abe A. Wolman, who traditionally con¬ ducts the Appeal. A parlor meeting at the home of Ben Yenkin nt which Yehuda Hellman, journalist and advisor, spoke, brought In the advance sale for the Agudas Achim Appeal. Ivan Gilbert acted as chairman for the Agudas Achim committee and David Levison was in chartie of ushers. Dr. B. W. Abramson ran the Ap¬ peal at Ahavas Sholom and 39 members partlclpatied to the extent of $5,000. Morris Jonas and Harry Beckman gave assistance to Dr. Abramson from the floor. In a letter to all participators In the Appeal, Abraham Feinberg, president of Developrneht Corpor¬ ation of Israel, the parent organl- zf^tion of State of Israel Bonds, states: "In view of the urgent economic problemH which Israel now faces in providing for the absorption of lurgo numbern of immigrants from Morocco and other ports of North Africa, coHh resources are needed immediately. May I therefore urge you to fill out the encIoHed sub¬ scription form and send it today to your local Chairman with , your check in the amount of your sub¬ scription." Checks should be made payable to "State of Israel" ond returned with the application form filled out to Bonds for Israel office, Seneca Hotel, BAKE HAVE TUESDAY Councilettes will conduct a bake saJe Tuesday afternoon at the Jew¬ ish Center. The girls are bakbiR and Council of Jewish Women wUi sell the baked goods. MRS. RUBENSTEIN Guest Speaker For Ivreeyoh , Highlighting Ivreeyoh Society's paid-up membership lea Wednes¬ day at the Jewish Center will be a. talk by Mrs. Samuel W. Ru¬ benstein. whoso subject will be "Young at Heart." All new members of Ivreeyoh will be honored at the tea, which wni start at 12:45 p, ni, 'fn the' auditorium nt tho Center. Mrs. Roy Wolf will give the! opening prayer. Program chairman , i.s Mrs. Sani Stellman. Mrs. J. T. i Clayman is in charge of hos[»itality. j Mrs. Jack Ck.'lin, membershi|); chairnuin of Ivreeyoh. will give a report on the activities of her cum- j luitlee. Mombers nnd friends are re- | minded of the change in date of' tlie annual tax stamp party to Dec. | 20, under supervision of Mrs. Snm j Newpoff. j Mrs. Rubenstein was born and raised in New York City, reared in ' its intense and active Jew^ish en¬ vironment. Her religious training, as well as her secular education, was.of the highest. She graduated the Beth Jacob Seminary for Girls in Brooklyn and was outstanding at Hunter College of New York. She was a director of Youth Ac¬ tivities of Young Israel in Brook¬ lyn. In addition to a formal educa¬ tion, Mrs. Rubenstein has been ac¬ tive in many communal functions, having served on the Boards of Hadassah, Mizrachl, B'nai B'rith Women, Histadruth Harabonoth and United Jewish Appeal. She has been on the National Speakers Bureau of Hadassah, Mizrachi and UJA. She has delivered many talks to Jewish and non-Jewish groups in Columbus and throughout the U. S. (continued on page 4) DR. SEEMAN EARLY DEADLINE NEXT WEEK Next week's Chronicle wtll be in subscribers' mail boxes Friday Instead of the usual Saturday. Hencot deadlines will be moved up one day. Editorial matter must be submitted by noon Tuesday, advertising matter by 5 p. m. Tuesday. Photographic ma¬ terial will be accepted Mon¬ day monung, but publication in time for the Oct, 7 Issue cannot be a^ufured. On Faculty of JC Institute The sacred high holyday season we have just passed, as well as the festivals we will enjoy this week and next, have made us a*- ware of our dependence on our faith. The solemnity of the Days of Awe should make us realize how much nio!'>e we need to know about that faith, the history of our peo¬ ple, and the nature and meaning of the prayers we uttered so fer¬ vently. An opportunity to learn abcmt our heritage nnd our faith is be- iOK offen-d the entire community, through the courses of study to be given in the fall term of the In¬ stitute of Jev.'ish Studies, opening Wednesday evening, Oct. 12, at the Jewish Center. If your knowledge of Jlebrew was insufficient to enable :io,u to follow the prayers, enroll In the Hebrew classes, from 7:30 to 8:20 p. m., and become more proficient in reading of the prayer book. Stanley Chester, a new faculty member of the Columbus Hebrew School, will teach beginners* classes, while second year Hebrew will be taiight by Daniel Harrison, principal of the school. Discussions in the History of Zionism, to be led* by Dr. B. W. Abramson, phtysician, scholar and lecturer, will center on the major divisions In Zionism, the dutstading leaders of the movement and the eifect on Diaspora Zionism of the establishment ot the State of Isra¬ el. This course will run from 8:30 to 9:20 p. m. A serious student of Jewish his¬ tory, Hersh Zitt of the Tifereth Israel staff will breotho life and meaning Into that period of our history from the anointing of King (continaed on pare B) "Day at UN" is Council Theme "It's a. Lovely Day at the United Nations" is the theme of the open^ Ing meeting of the Columbus Sec tion of the National Council of Jewish Women, Tuesday, 12;30 p, m.. at the Jewish Center. The entire program, dessert tea and setting; have been planned with a most unique and inspiring international flavor. Mrs. Milton Parker, program chairman, has procured several highly talented personalities who wUI perform as fascinating goodwill ambassadors from their native countries. The hostesses' gowns will be dif¬ ficult to copy—but will dazzle as well as interest all with their in¬ ternational styling and authen¬ ticity. The dessert tea table will also be most Informing and enticing wHh ita appolnUnents and goodies rep¬ resentative of countries famous for decor and evdslne. Mrs. Simon Berg <M«tlna»d •¦ p«t« •) Ohio Valley ZOA Region to Meet Dr. B. W. Abramson, chairman of the 16th annual convention of the Ohio Valley Region of the Zionist Organization of America, announces that this year's confer¬ ence will be in Columbus, at the Fort Hayes Hotel, Sunday, Oct. 16. Sessions will begin at 10 a. m.. Immediately following registration. A presidential address will be given by J. Abe Liff of Dayton, O. At the limcheon, to be chaired by Sholem Ettinger of Indianapolis, a major address will be delivered by Harry Torczyner of New York, who Is a member of the National Executive Committee of ZOA, Is national chairman of the Commis¬ sion on Israel and the Middle E^aat, and Is an expert on the current poUtloel trends In Israel The afternoon sea^lons wUl con¬ cern themselves with the busine«s of the Region and a report from one of the executives of national offices of ZOA.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-30|
|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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