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»^^i:i^'it''mi^l LE Zllw/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \Y//\\^ Vol. 33, No. 46 COLUMBUS. OHIO, FRIDAY, NOV. II, 1955 D«vof«d ^9 Amerlu and Jewish Idtali iflrlcan DR. GL.UECK At Hillel Sunday For Lecture Reports of an archaeological sur¬ vey in Israel which haa attracted world-wide interest will be pre¬ sented by Dr. Nelson Glueck, con¬ ductor of that survey, for the first Rebecca Kaplan Memorial lecture at the B'nai B'rith Hlllel Found¬ ation Sunday, 8 p. m. Dr. Glueck^ president of Hebrew Union Col lege-Jewish Institute of RpUglon, began his study of the Nabatean culture In 1932 while he waa director of the American School for Oriental Research In Palestine. The study of this 2000 year-old cIvUizatlon has given the Israeli government a key to open the arid Negcy desert for settle¬ ment. "The Nabatcans were the beat water engineers the world has ever known," says Dr.' Glueck. "The Nabatean traces we have charted can bo used aa blueprints- for the redevelopment of thc des¬ ert." Ho has uncovered more than 1000 ancient sites In Palestine and Tronsjordim, 500 of them Nabatean. He haa alao brought new under¬ standing of the Bible to peoples all over the world. Dr Qlueokt who waa appointed preaident of the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati In 1947, and president of the Jewish Institute of Religion of New York City in 1940, has studied In . universities both In the United States and abroad. He haa training in the fields of law and Biblical arch¬ aeology, In addition to extensive background In Judaism and other rabbinical subjects. Hla appearance at the HiUel Foundation marks the first Rebecca Kaplan M^ndorlal Lesture, In mem¬ ory of the late Rebecca Rablnoff Kaplan, wife of Rabbi Harry Kap-^ Ion, director of the Foundation at Ohio State. It la mode posaible by the Rebecca Kaplan Memorial Fund, set up by tho frienda of Rabbi and the late Mra. Kaplan. Tbe lecture wilt be an annual event of the Hlllel program, and la open to the public. There la no admlaalon charge. Sale of Bonds is Stressed in Light Of Israel's Crisis An "all out" effort, in light of the crisis Israel faces with Egypt, to sell tho Bonds for Israel fnahlon show and luncheon on Nov. 29 at Winding Hollow Country Club, is now underway. Mrs. Sam Gurevitz, chairman reported. Women representing all the participating organi¬ zations will bo at tho Jewish Center (Board Room) all this week and next, making rescrvationa and actllng attendance. (Attendance in by purchase pf State of Israel Development Bonds which are sold in denominations of $100, $250, $500 and. up.) Mrs. Bernard Feltllnger and Mra. Sam Schlonsky, co-chairmen of fashion show sales, report that fashion show Bond chairmen from all women's participating organiz¬ ations have organized their workers to be at the Jewish Center during the day to Inform women of the community of Israel's tremendous needs for investment funds to sUa- taln the economy of the hard-press¬ ed Democracy through the immedi¬ ate sale of Bonds. In a letter to oil volunt«eF workers they stated: "This is no time for us to stand on ceremony with one another. Wc are not holding a fashion show just for the purpose of being fashionable, nice and sociable. The grim news on the front pages of every newspaper moicea it abund¬ antly clear that the people of larael are close to war with aggressive Arab atatea. Never before In the seven yeara of the young Dero- ocra,cy have they faced such dang¬ ers. And th^y are facing up to this crisis with their customary proud dignity and courage. They are un-. afraid." OOUNOBL'S STUDY GROUP TO MEET XmiBSPAY First session of the Book Review Study Group of the Council of Jewish Womert vrill be l^eld Thurs¬ day at tlie Jewish Center, 1 p. m.. according to Mrs. Sol Shaman, chairman. Mrs. B. W. Abramson will review "Tho Last Temptation," by Joseph Vlertel, after which a dls- cusalon of the book will be held. A coffee hour will precede the meeting. All members of Council interested In hearing the book review ore in¬ vited, as well afl any other member of the community. This la the first In a aeries of book review study and discusaion seealonB planned 1^ the Education Department of Council. / "Our great Jewish rcsponHlbillty today." they continue, "i.s to .sell Bonds. To sell Bonds to everyone and anyone who will buy one I To make the slogan 'A Bond in every Jewish Home' our byword," Calls for purchase of Bonds are now being received at any hour of thc day or night at the Bonds for Israel office, CA.4-7755, and mem¬ bers of the Jewish community are urged to telephone in their decision to purchase Bonds. Immediate ac¬ tion will be taken to process their applications. Bonds for Israel and the fashion show committee have their office at the Seneca Hotel in the lower level. Julia Meade, one of the world's best dressed women and a charm¬ ing TV personality, will be gueat commentator for the,fashion show and Montaldo's will be In charge of presenting the latest fashions and the models. Cost of the luncheon is $2, and all women who purchase ¦a Bond for the fashion show will receive a ticket for the affair to be held Tucaday, Nov. 29, at 12:30 at Winding Hollow Country Club. TEA. POSTPONED The Bonda for larael tea, sched¬ uled at the home of Mi4. Ben Kahn Wednesday in honor of Mra. Alfred Alschuler, distinguished Chicago community leader, will not be held MENORAH BALL PLEDGES REACH ALL-TIME HIGH; CAPACITY TURN-OUT IS ASSURED! Donor pledges for B'nai B'rith's Menorah Ball Sunday, Nov 20 al Valley Dale, are setting a record never before achieved in the 17-year fund-raising hiatory of the organization. Hence, a capacity attendance is assured for this year's fuctlon. According to Mrs. Frank Yassenoff, chairman of pledges for the Women's Chapter, dnd Myer Mellman and Ralph Shapiro, co-chairmen of pledges for the Men's Lodge, this first joint venture In fund-raising by B'nal B'rith In Columbua will be a smashing social auccea^ as well OS a financial one, and will enable the Lodge and Chapter to meet their obligations to the District and National organizations for their program ot service and philanthropy. Rabbi Arthur J. Leiyveld. national director of the Hlllel .Commission, has announced that within the next 15 years, the Jewish college popu¬ lation will double to over S-milllon studenta, so that the need for Hillel Foundations and "clrcuIt-rlding coiinselors" will Increase with each succeeding year. A hew religious awakening is sweeping the Amerl can university community, accord ing to Dr. Leiyveld, so that now as never before, HHIbI support by B'nai B'rith Is of strategic Import once. Every gift made to the Men orah^Ball project helpa In the work of ^llloU .aa well aa in the many other cultural, educational and philanthropic services supported and maintained by B'nal B'rith. Pledges are stUl being taken, and for those whp have not yet b^n reached, and would like to make a pledge and attend the Ball, any of the following men or women may .be contacted-: Co-chairmen: Myer Mellman and Ralph Shapiro. Workers: Milton Leeman, Her¬ bert Cummins, Ivan Gilbert, Harry Kohn. Marvin Sbhlezinger, Bernard Cohen, Milton Peterman, Bert Alper, Dr. Henry Samuels, Dr, Gary Kerstein, Abe Zacks. It«iitliined oo Dasa B) Left to right: Mrti. Martin Shenker, Mrs Milt ht 11 Rohc n Mn Wm. Barash. MrH. Charles Margulis, MInh Karen Iluth Schilling. Mrs. IVlurgulis and Miss Schilling are "previewing" some of tlie clothes to be modeled by Walz Style Shop lor T. I. Sisterhood'H tax stamp party Tuesday evening at Temple Tifereth Israel. (Photo by Topy) DINNER, FASHION SHOW BY WALZ, MARK T. I. SISTERHOOD AFFAIR TUESDAY NIGHT An evening of glamorous fashions and surprises Is in store for mem¬ bers of Tifereth Israel Sisterhood at the annual tax stamp party Tues¬ day evening. 6:30, at Broad St. Temple. The Walz Style Shop will pre¬ sent an array of clothes for winter and holiday wear In a fashion show, with thc following Sisterhood members participating aa models: Mesdames Sol Myers, Al Blank, Harry KoIIus, David Handler. Charles Margulis, Wm. Solomon, Burt Levitt, Newman Glas, Arnold Grossman, Lawrence Winner, J. Sheldon Levy, Martin Adler. Miss Karen Ruth Schilling, a recent graduate of the Andre Cor- reale New York School of Model¬ ing will model clothes for the col¬ lege student. Mica Lynn Barnah will wear clothes designed for the high school girl. Mrs. Martin Shen- kbr will moderate the show and Mrs. Sanford Betker will provide the musical accompaniment. A dinner, to be served before the program, will be prepared by Mrs. Morria Gold and her committee. Serving on that committee aro Mesdames Wm. Feltllnger, J. I. Wasserstrom, A. M. Pollock, Slsic Goldsmith, Harry Winner. L. J. Lazear, A. Markow and Wm. Edel- son. Mrs. Wm. Barash and Mrs. Mit¬ chell Rosen are co-chairmen of the party. Mrs. Jack Schilling Is serv¬ ing as advisor. Mrs. Wm. Barash and Mrs. Mit¬ chell Rosen are co-chairmen of the party. Mrs. Jack Schilling la aerving aa advisor. Other committees named for the evening are: Social, Mra. Burt Lando chairman, Mrs. Sam Cohen, co-chairman; assisting will be Mesdames Irving Einstein, Milton Glas and Leslie Frankel. Decora¬ tions. Mrs. . Samuel ELiensteln, chairman; Mesdames Nathan Nate- man, Irving Einstein, Abraham Flicker, Heinz Hoffman. Sidney Golden, Reuben Greenberg, L*on Handler, Sanford Shaevltz. (continued on paffe S) RAVEL will present a suprlse novelty act at B'nol B'rith's Men¬ orah Ball at Valley Dale Sunday evening, Nov. 20. AGUDAS ACHIM HAS 50TH ANNIVERSARY JUBILEE TOMORROW Agudas Achlm Sisterhood will celebrate Its 50th anniversary with Golden Jubilee dinner Sunday evening in the social hall of the syiiagogue. A dinner catered by Gold's will be served at 6 p.m. Emll Cohen, "a one-man-show,'' will be the featured entertainer. He is a native-born American whose cultural environment Is rich In Jewish humor and. music. Hia father Is a well-known cantor and a brilliant wit. From hia mother he acquired many of the aongd and stories he sings and tella. Emll is a proud product of two cultures, American and Yiddish. His blend of the two in his performance la outstanding. Ho is equally adept in the traditional as well as the modern. He la a true artlat and Agudaa Achlm Sisterhood la proud to engage hla services for Sunday's hlatoric celebration. Mra. Loula Goldfarb, president, urges all members of both the Sisterhood and the Congregation to attend, and help Sisterhood In Its program of providing the entire (pMtlBm*d •¦ par* $) DR. FOLKMAN TO LEAD DISCUSSION ON YOUTH THURSDAY EVENING AT CENTER "lict's Tailt About Our Youth" will be the subject of a discussion led by Dr. Jerome Folliman at the Jewish Center Thursday, sponsored by thc Parents committee of tho Jewish Center Youth Activities com¬ mittee. Dr. Folkman Is well, known aa an authority on adolescent behavior and on the particular behavior of Jewish youth. Many ot the prevalent questions will be analyzed and discussed at Thursday's meeting. Parents of boys and girls now attending junior and senior high school should find it an Infguatlve, educational experience. This is one of a series of events planned by the Jewish Center Youth Activities committee for parents to learn more about their own children's way of life in these changed times. Mrs. Aaron Zacks la chairman of the Parents committee. Chair¬ man of Thursday's program is Mra. B. W. Abramson.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-11-11|
|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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