Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-03-18, page 01
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Blood Donor Drive LauncfiecT This Week! The drive for blood donors has .been launched this week In the Jewish community of Columbus. Blood Doy Is Wcdnosdoy, Mar. 30, at thc Jewish Center, 1126 Coliego Ave., from 12 noon to 6 p. m. The Red Cross bloodmobile will be sta¬ tioned there to tako care of all donors. The jgeperol chairman, Isadore Zeldln, announced that tho quota has beoti Increased, which means that a maximum number of blood donors must be attained to shafe in thc following four-point pro. gram: If Blood for civilian use In hos¬ pitals. TTils Js thc insurance pro¬ gram of our Jewish Community Council plan, whereby any member of our community is guaranteed free Rod Cross blood, If and when needed. " 2. Whole blood for our wounded veterans. 3. Blood and blood derivatives for emergencies in the U.. S. 4. Blood for gamma globulin for treatment of measles, hepatitis and the pretention of parOlyerla in pblio. Transportation, headed by Mra, Bennette Roaenwaaser, will be available through the courtesy ot Terry Motor Sales for thoBo who have no way to reach the Center, and all-day^ nursery service will be furnished at the Center. If you have not been called for an appointment, you may do so by tolephonlng Dp. 6221 and an ap¬ pointment ^111 be made. Remember, blood Is life Itself. It ia unique, there fs no aubatltutc for It. It muat come from you. 2rO^ Serving Columbus and CenVral Ohio Jewish Comwunity \UAK Vol. 33, No. 11 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1955 D*va| tiifsh^risT" fPsychologist Banks and Presentation Of Sanford I. Lakin Memorial Award On B'nai B'rith Agenda Next Week A capaclty-filled auditorium la expected to hear Dr. Mur¬ ray Banks, the psychologist with a senae of humor, Tues¬ day night at the Jewish Center, where Zlon Lodge 62 of B'nal B'rith holds Its an¬ nual paid-up memberahlp af- DB. BANKS fair, according to Solomon Zeldin, chairman. All paid- up members and their faral- lloa are Invited, free of charge. The occasion will alao feat¬ ure the prcaentatlon of the Sanford I. Lakin Memorial Award to some B'nai B'rith member who has performed outatanding service to our community. Brother Gertner Is chairman of the Awards Committee. This is a return engage¬ ment for Dr. Banks. He apoke here several years ago and was auch a hit that B'nai B'rith has been bealeged with requests to bring him back. Sparkling humor and rollick¬ ing stories walk hand in hand wtth the fascinating look Into the human mind which Dr, Banks will give you. Hla humorous stories and dramatizations are en¬ tertainment of the highest quality. Members who still owe B'nal B'rith duca are urged to make payment as aoon as possible. Reservations Mount for Twig 89's ^Spring Spectacular' at Neil House The "Spring Spectacular" Is juat a week away and Twig 89 ex¬ presses Its appreciation for the in. tereat and cnthusloatlc response given to this fund-raising project for Childrerv'a Hospital. Excitement is mounting as reservations -are coming in by tho score f&r the luncheon, entertainment and style show to be held Monday, Mar. 28, 12:30 p. m.. in the Noil House bEill- room. We mention a few of the press notices received by "Doralne & Ellis," the song team who will ap¬ pear on the program: Foil lUver, Maas . . „ "Romance in SongF" was outstanding program on local stage this unusually B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN TO ANSWER "COFFEE CALL" TUESDAY, 1 P. M. Members of B'nai B'rith Women's Cliapter will attend an interest¬ ing and stimulating meeting wlien tliey answer tho "Coffee Call" Tues. day, 1 p. m., at the Jewiah Center. Under tho capable direction of Mrs. Sigmund Wasserman and Mrs. Dudley GHcIt, co-chairmen, mem¬ bers of tho Bexley Women's Club, and members of various women's guilds affiliated with Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, Episcopal, Luth¬ eran and Catholic church in the cast and southeast section of Cb¬ lumbus, have received invitations. Sheldon Stelnhauser, Community Consultant for the Regional ADL office, win lead a discussion fol¬ lowing the presentation of the film "Which Way for Human Rights in 19BB?" Mr. Stelnhauser haaachiev- cd widespread acclaim among serv ice groups, schools and civic or. ganizations in presenting the "burz session" program. Opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Wm. Q. Hansohmidt of Bex ley Women's dub. Mrs. Larry Rhodes, program chairman of the franklin County PTA Council, wlli give the closing prayer. Mrs. Elliot Ross and Mrs. Dave Shl<olnici< arc co-chairmen of hos. pitality. Mrs. Gilbert Knolls, Guard ian, and all of the post presidents of B'nai B'rith Women will serve OS welcoming hostesses. The past presidents inciude Mes¬ dames Melvin F'urman, Louis M. Levin, B. B. Caplan, Louis Robins, Theodore Schlonsky, Jaok Schil¬ ling, Irving Cohen, Miltxin X-ieeman, I. M. Harris, L W. Garek, Joseph Schecter and Harry Schwartz. Mrs. Samuel W. Rubenstein, Mrs. ^fathan Zelizor, Mrs. Jerome Folk- man, Mrs. Leopold Greenwald and Mrs. J. S. Rablnowltz, together With the presidents of Jevvlsh worn' en's organizations, will act as hos¬ tesses. leeutlnaeA oa psffs X) attractive, clever duo captivated the audience ... we want them back." New Orleans . . . "Everyone who was present at j^ur concert' raved about it and declared it was on^ of thc finest things held in this city." Kiclunond, Vt . . . "We remain enthusiastic in our praise of D6r- alne & Ellis. Your heart-warming songs would readily bring a quiver of emotion to even the most hard- boiled unromantlcist." Please telephone for reservations, as time is short, Mrs. M. Young, DO. 7135; Mrs. B. B. Caplan, EV. BETH "JAOOB MEJTS CLUB HAS BDST SOHEDUIJG A busy Spring season has been outlined for Beth Jacob Brother¬ hood by its president. Dr. Oiarles Young. First on thc agenda Is "Speakers Night" Thursday, 8:30 p. m., in the social hall of the syna¬ gogue. Guest apeaker will bo Har¬ vey Alston of the Columbus Police Dep't On Apr. 21 will be the annual father-son banquet — by reserva¬ tion only. Assisting in these and other fu¬ ture, events will be Harold Hillaon, M J. Leeman, "Chef Meyer Schec¬ ter and his "assistant cook" Len Schwartz, and Mort, Gerald and "Pop" Rosen- INSTALLuVnON MAR. 27 AT AGUDAS ACHIM Agudas Achim congregation will honor its outgoing officers and Board members and instcill Its nciv president and Board of Directors Sunday, Mar. 27, 8:18 p. m., at the synagogue. This event will be in the form of an installation ceremony followed by a reception and an Inaugural Ball to which all members aro Invited. 9334 or FA 0691; Mrs. A. Fast, EX. 163<. We wish to thank tne following women for their gracious response. Additional reservations wili be listed in the next issue of thc Chronicle. Reservations: Mra. M. E. Sensenbrenner, Sam. uel Edelman, Theodore Schlonsky, Joseph Schecter, Leonard Sag. gett, Jack Schilling. Nat Sands. Murray Barnett, David Handler, David Geichman, Sam Mellman, Donny Bcaugher, Jack Larwood, Ethel Frederickson. Martin St"evenson, Phillip Gold¬ slager, Ruby Krecsmar (Grove¬ port), Webb Steinhauscr (New, Holland), Marion Stelnhauser iCir. clevlUc). • < Joseph Skilken, Abe Levinson, Wm. Goodman, Wm. Nullman, David Feerer, Stanley Goldberg, rASSOVEIt BULLETINS ARE AVAII,ABI.£ A bulletin on Passover, contain, ing the laws, customs and regula¬ tions which every Kosher home should obaerve during the holidays, has been published by Rabbi Leo. pold Greenwald. Foi* copies, write or call Rabbi Greenwald at Both Jacob synagogue. Harry Gpldstein, Phillip Ross. Jules Mindell, Jack Weiner, Her. bert Tieman, Max Shell,-Al Pur. man, Sidney Zaron, Sanford Tuck¬ erman, Harold Topy. Sam Nedelman, Leonard Green- tree, Max Ziskind, Sam Valcov. Pliny Price, Robert Goldberg, Sam Koppelnuin, Jack Fishman, Leon Ginsberg. Hal AbraMs, Irving Cohen, Isa¬ dore Gurevitz, a M. Ourevltz, Max Robins, Harry Schwartz, I. Benner, Albert Beim, Paul Henyald. Raymond Kahn, Rose Gitraan, Frank Yassenoff, Joseph Eisen¬ berg, Gus Reich, Aaron Kahn, Nor¬ man Gurevitz, Leonard Carroll. Irv Rosenwasser, Max Tenrten- baum, George Unger, Al Topy and mother (Detroit), Yetta Lubin, Si Cooper, Max Cooper, Irving Stein, Harry Friedman. ' Nathan Rubin, Albert Shkolnik, Hyman GtMbgrgr^^Sol Levy, Louis Levy, Rolwrt Friedman, William Callif. Alex Rosen, ftuby Poulson, Mor. ris Paine, Cathleen McCord, Mor¬ rey Cohen, Ben Dolinger, Harold Covoi. Leonard Dworkin, Norman Katz, A. Katz, Max Friedmsm, S L. 'Grundstein, Irvin Topoloslty, Phil¬ lip Soppel. Above, left to right, are Mra. AJ Blank, president of B'nal B'rith IVomen; Mrs. Lou Golden, Mrs. J. A. Barnett and IVIr. Sol Zeldin, making final plans for tonight's supper danoe sales tax party at the Oenter. Mrs. Golden and Mrs. Barnett, together with Mrs. Sol Rising, ore co-chairmen for the Women's Chap¬ ter, with Mr. Monis Fleishman assisting Mr. Zeldln as oo-diairman for tho Men's Lodge in this annual sales tax affair. (Photo by Topy) BBW Sales Tax Part at Center Tonight B'nai B'rith membera and friends wllf officially usher In the Spring Season (two days early) at their annual supper dance -¦sales tax party lonight, 8:30 till 12, at the Jewish Center. Admission is by sales tax stamps, $109 per peraon in redeemable value, or the equiva¬ lent of $3 in cash per person. A large crowd is expected for an evening of dancing to Ray Cin- clone's orchestra, a fuii-courso buf¬ fet supper prepared by B'nal B'rith cooks, entertainment deliixe, and many attendance and surt)rl8e gifts. The Center Auditorium will be turned Into a bower of spslns. under the able and talented super¬ vision of Mr. Abe Zacks and Mr. Ralph Rosenblum, chairmen of decorations. Proceeds of the affair tonight wlli be used by the Men's Lodge to help meet the quota to the Dis¬ trict and National organizations, for tho Service Fund which the men must fulfill, for the support of such services as , the Hillel Foundation movement, the ADL, Vouth Services Appeal and others. As has been tbe case in the past few years, the women's share of profits from tho sales tax project will be used to furnish the new Children's Home in Israel, which is now ready for occupancy, await, ing only funds from the women of B'nal B'rith in America for furn¬ ishings. Anotlior vital use to which this money will bo put will.bo the erection of a wall around the build. Ings comprising the Children's Home, for tho> protection of the children against Arab marauders and snipers. Mrs. Albert Blank and Mr. Meyer Mellman, presidents of tho Wom¬ en's Chapter and Men's Lodge re¬ spectively. Join In urging all mem. bers and friends of B'nol B'rltb to .attend, the supper d«nce tonight.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-03-18|
|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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