Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-01-28, page 01
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Serving Columbus and Central Ohio J6«,.-.^ U LE Vol. 33, No. 4 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1955 D«vof«d to Amarlean and J«wlih ld*alt GALLERY PLAYERS PLAN EXTRA PERFORMANCE OF THE 'DYBBUK' .By public demand, "Tho Dybbuk" — current production of the Jowlsh Center's Gallery Players —.will have an additional performance during thc week so that thoso of tho community who will bo unable to attend tho proviously-schoduled perform¬ ances of Saturday-Sunday evenings, Feb, 6-6, can sec this famous Jewish folk play. The extra performance of "Dybbuk" will be Monday, Feb. 7, 8:30 p. ra.. In the auditorium of the Contor. For reservations for ail performances, call DO. 2731. LEXT TO BIGHT: SILBERSTEIN. MB& MAURICE iBOX, REBECCA FISHER, JUDY SEFF AND IMRS. JACK Hadassah Style Show Tuesday The plans and program have been completed In anticipation of , the Hodassah faahlon show party c^t Agudas Achlm synagogue next 'Tuesday, 8 p. ta. The community Is extended tfae Invitation to Join the Medical Center committee In viewing tbe beautiful new Israel fashions which hove been receiv¬ ing nationwide acclaim, ahd to share In the feStlvlUos planned, \Vhlch include favors, tangy re¬ freshments and elegant prizes. Attendance at this affair will not only offer an evening of pleasure, but will. In the words of David Ben Gurion, "enhance this magnlf I. cent undertaking — a powerful encouragement to Israel, to the lov¬ ers of science and of scholarship." Ho was referring to the building of the Hadassah -Hebrew Universi¬ ty Medical Center for which ground was broken In 1S62 and which is now taking form In AIn Kerem near Jerusalem. The program for the evening will start with a "welcome coek- tall." Then will follow tho display of the 29 lovely Israeli-designed and executed fashions. The narra¬ tor will be Mrs. J. Maynard Kap¬ lan, who win also model one of the garments, and Mrs. Max Zis¬ klnd who will provide the musical accompaniment. This all-Hadassoh show will have the follovging members as models: Mesdames Sy Well, Ben Balsh¬ one, Jack SUbersteln, Maurice Zox, Richard Levison, Frank Glass- man. " Council Celel>rates 38th Birthday Next Week «. A large attendance Is expected at tho 38th annual birthday lunch¬ eon of Columbos Section of National Council of Jewish Women at Ilonka's Provincial House, Wednesday, 12:30 p. m. In addition to the delicious luncheon always served at Ilonk^, a drawing card will be the program planned by the chairman, Mrs. Harry Cutler. She has engaged the well-known WVKO disc jockey, Maurice' Jackson)Sv(ho will present on audience participation show. Council members con preview this panel-type show before It becomes a part of the TV world. A gift for oach panel member and a record player for tho grand champion arc ki store for. the participants. Jackson, the name he prefers to -Mesdames Raymond Kohn, Grant Brandon, Al Gingold, Harry Lec Mellman, Arthur Bachman, Gordon Schlffman, J. J. Jacoby, Henry Gurevitz, Joseph Eisenberg, Stan- Icy Goldberg. Tho children's clothes will be modeled by Rebecca Fisher, Carla Pollack, Fredl Bleich, Lois Schec¬ ter, SusEui Praver, Judy Seff and "George Tlmen. Following the stylo showing, Mrs. Morman Meizlish will present the awards of the evening consist¬ ing of many lovely gifts, including the exciting "Week-end at the Waldorf." This gift will enable two people round-trip plane transpor¬ tation for New Ifork and an all-ex¬ pense p'ald week-end ot the Wol- (continsed OB pace 41 "SACRED SERVICE" FRIDAY NIGHT be called, Is a resident of White¬ hall, married, and father of two eons. His 20 years experience in radio and his current work selling his favorite product on TV pro¬ vide o background certain tb amuse the guests. For those who have not yet made reservations, Mrs. Jerome Kohn, FA. 2229, and ber telephone committee, will contact all Coun¬ cil members; or they may cSJl'MftT Joseph Englemon, EV. S029. Those who attended past birthday parties will recall the "Hat" birthday party, the historical "Looking Backward at Council" and the "Circus Party" and they won't wont to jniss the fun Wednesday at thc audience-participation show. Mrs. Honry Gurevitz and her oommittee on decorations and hoa¬ pitality Include: Mesdames Philip Lakin, Morrey Tarcov, Joseph Skii¬ kcn, Bernard Mlndlin, Frank Kauffman and Louis Praver. Mrs. Morry Tarcov wlil give thc opening prayer. Mrs. Ben Kahn Is president of the Columbus accUon. As an additional reminder, Mra. Stanley Schwartz, Sr., will accept at the party the tax stomps which any of the members are planning to turn in for the big tax stomp award at the April meeting. A-rec¬ ord of the amounts turned In Is being kept so that all of the donors will have an opportunity to try for one of the lovely gifts. CoUecUng tax stamps Is just one of the funqtiohs which make It possible for OtjuncU to partlclpotc In Important and varied service ac¬ tivities locally,, nationally, and in- tematlonally. Frederick Lechner, Cantor of the Central Synagogue In New York since 1937, and a baritone With the Metropolitan Opera, will be In Co¬ lumbus for two pcrfornjancea of Ernest Bloch's "Sacrod Sorvice," tho first to be presented as a Wor¬ ship sorvico at Bryden Rd, Tempio, ' Friday, Feb. 4, 8 p. m. The sorvico will bo repeated oa a concert open¬ ing tho "^'Festlvol of Arts" ot Ohio State University at the men's gym Sunday, Feb. 6, 8:16 p. ra, -Both the Ohio State Symphonic Choir, directed by Prof. Ix>uls H. Dlercks, and tho University Or. chestra, under the direction of Prof. George Hardesty, will partlol. pate In the servlqe, wliich will Bo • presented ot the Teraple In observ¬ ance ot the annual Sabbath of: ^ng (Shabbas Shirah), pahtor lL«chner's voice bos be¬ come familiar to millions of k'adio - listeners as the soloist on the week- OANTOR LECHNER ly coaat-to-cooat ABC broadcast, "Measagc of Israel." He made his debut in America with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under Dr. Serge Kousaovlt8l(y, later appear¬ ing with the New 'Y^ork Philhar¬ monic, The first New Yorit performance- of the Sacred Service was given In Carnegie Hall in ApriL 1B34, by the Scola Cantorum, under direc¬ tion of the composer. The first performance at a regular Sabbath Service took place at the Control Synagogue In March, 1964. The ' composer, Ernest Bloch,' come to the United States In 1914 from Switzerland, where he had studied music from tho age of II. He won Immediate recognition hero and In 1942 was awarded the Gold Medal by thc Americon Aca¬ demy. Now 76, ho lives In Agate Beach, Oregon. WVKO'S BOB HOWARD ON OOL'S JETS' P-B STAFF Bob Howard,^ sportscaster and disc Jockey at WVKO, haa Joined the public relations staff of the Coiumbus Jeta baaoball club, qn a part-time basia. Howard is selling boxaeat tickets for the 1966 home games. He con be contacted at the ball park, CA. tnis or al 'WVKO. CA. 1-6247. DR. ABR.AHAM gPE-AKBR FOR PARENTS GROUP Mrs. Morris Groner, social chair¬ man, announces the next meeting of the Parents Association of the Tifereth Israel Nuraery School will Coke ploce Tuesday, Feb. 8, 8:30 p. m. The speaker will be Dr. B. W. Abramson, whose topic will bo "Tlio Psychology of Infancy and Early Childhood." Hostesses for the collation which Will follow ore Mra. Arnold Sher and Mra. Eugene Haubert. MRS. WALDMAN Mlzrachi Guest Due to.unforesecn schedule dif¬ ficulties ^jd other commitments of organlzatlonol duties, it will be im¬ possible for Mra, Nachman B. Ebln, naUonal. preaident ot Miz¬ rachl Women, to attend the local chapter's annual donor dinner this Sunday at Beth Jacob synagogue. But It Is with much pleasure that Mrs. Harry Schwartz, chairman of the donor dinner, and Mn. Max Kanter, president of Ooiumbus Mlzrachi Women, announce that Mrs, Ruth R. Waldman, member of the National Executive Board, wilt substitute for lilrs^ E^iln. DtSfTEn WILL BE served promptly at 6 p, m. In l^ie Beth Jacob social boll, with Mrs. Cy Tanenbaum reading the opening prayer. Mualcal soIecUons will be offered by Cantor Philip Gellman. and Rabbl Leopold Greenwald will speak before Abo A. Wolman con¬ ducts tho sole of the blrth'doy cake and Codies, GUESTS AT THE speakers' table who WlU be introduced fpr brief remarks will Include Mrs. Samuol W.-Rubenstein, president pf Raan¬ ana, local young women's section (oooUansd on'page 4>- TREES' FOB SALE .. Tree certificates can be' purcbas. ed through Raanana (n cpmmem- oraUon of Tu B'shevat, next month.. A nice way to purchase a gift of lasting iihpor'tance for a friend or ia fitting tribute to de. parted ones, can be cosily arrang¬ ed by calling Mrs Gene Cohen, EX. 2292.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-01-28|
|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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