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2(\^y^_ serving Columbus and CentralOhio lowis... Vol, 34. No. 4 COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY, JAN. 27. 1956 Devottfd to American and Jewlih ld«ati HISS SOHLJIMME In G)ncert Here The Jewish Center Adult Actlvi- ties committee is unique in the Co¬ lumbus cultural scene in that It makes possible the Introductlpn of outstanding talent to our com¬ munity. Such a program is the forthcoinlng concert by Miss Mar¬ tha Schlamme, international (oik singer extraordinary, Wednesday, fl'.ao p. m.. In the Center auditor¬ ium. A beguiling artist. Miss Sch¬ lamme has been acclaimed as . much for her "play acting" as for her rich vocal Interpretation of the songs of many landa. Capacity houses at Town Hall in New York and throughout the United States and Canada have thrilled to her sensitive Interpretations of folk¬ songs from the German, French and Italian sections of Switzerland. from England, Nova Scotia and Czechoslovakia. In her Oolumbus concert, the vtvaolous Viennese singer win devote a substantial portion of her program to IsraeJt and Yid¬ dish folksongs In observance of this year's Jewish Music Fostl- voL . For her repertoire. Miss Sch¬ lamme has travelled extensively over the European and North A- merlcan continents. This back¬ ground, coupled with her interpre¬ tive charm, lends an air of authen¬ ticity to her singing and anccdota. Richard Fisher and Mrs. L E. Sealfon. co-chairmen of the Ccn- teV Music commute, urge ad¬ vance purchase of tickets in view of the anticipated capacity audi¬ ence, 'nckets are on sale at the Center desk or from committee membera at $1 for Center mem¬ bers, $1.&0 for nonrincmbers, half price for students. A reception In the adult lounge will follow the concert to permit the audience to meet and chat with Miss Schlamme. MIC KENT MC for T. I. BaU Comedian Larry Kent will head- lino the entertainment when Tlf¬ ereth Israel Sisterhood holds Its birthday-project ball, Sunday eve¬ ning, Feb. 26, in the Temple social halt. Sharing the spotlight with Kent, who will emcee the show, will bo the popular dance duo of Ruth and Al Furnian. Music for dancing will be provided by Henry Cinclone and his orchestra. As a special feature in celebra¬ tion of Purim, which also will be on Feb. 26, Cantor Leo Halpern, together with Harold Jaye and ^obby Polster, will offer vocal ren¬ ditions of Purim songs. Harold is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jaye; Bobby's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Polster. Highlight of the evening will be the presentation of a two-tone 1956 Chevrolet hardtop auto. Tho car ts now on display in front of Mar¬ tin's and Hepps delicatessen stores on E. Broad S% One comple'tcd contributldn book will admit one couple to the birthday-project ball, proceeds from which will be used for im¬ provements of the Temple Sunday School. Mrs. Phillip Katz and Mrs. Sol Weiss, co-chairmen of the af¬ fair, aro requesting that completed contribution boSks be returned to the distribution captains by Wed ncsday. STYLE SHOW FOR HADASSAH GROUP The Medical Center commltteo of Senior Hada.saah Is preparing for a big evening on Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Jewiah Center. F & R Lazarua Co. will present on outstanding spring stylo show which will include ail priced fash¬ ions for both casual and dressy oc¬ casions. This show promises to be one of the most beautiful and com¬ plete exhibitions yet to be pre- sontcd to this community. Miss Peggy Clark, fashion coordinator at Lazarus, will commentate for the show. Mrs. Sam Subow, Mrs. Louis Adelman and Mrs.' Morris Gold and their committee arc planning the food fore, similar to that which was served last year. The committee has secured at¬ tractive, useful favors for each woman who attends. Thero will be many wbo will be rewarded with choice gifts now being purchased by the prize committee. Each $5 donation will entitle the donor to one ticket for the prizes. Included In the prize list will be a blender, a rotlsserle, a chafing dish and many others.. Card games will complete the evening's versatile program. Through donations of (6 in tax stamps or $9 in cash, the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center will be nearer completion. Since the original plans were drawn up, these major improvements have been made: A 50% increase In apace for Medical School to provide room for a larger student body and the new schools of Pharmacology and Dentistry; Installation of an oxyg*in "piptnBrsyatem in the re¬ covery unit and In 25% of the beds < contln Ded on pase 8> • -f^ P^it-;!' JOINT MEETING OF BROTHERHOODS Plans for thia year's joint bro¬ therhood stag at Beth Jacob Syna¬ gogue are near completion. The committee of active workers from all brotherhoods has co-operated to the point whero all is In readi¬ ness for Feb. 16, The Refreshments committee, beaded by "Pop" Rosen and Ar¬ nold Levlne as co-chairmen, will be assisted by Phil Hoffman, Sm Raffeld, Sam CoopAsmith, MoH' Rosen, l2 Rubin ahd Gerald Rosen. Tbe Ushers committee is made up ot meijitbers of all the brother¬ hoods. Entertainment after the meeting will be handled by a committee headed by Dr. Mitch Qoodman. Rabbis of all the local Temples and Synagogues will be guests of the host brotherhood. All male members of the Jewish community are Invited, wheMiet oc not they are members of the par¬ ticipating brotherhoods. DR. FOX LECTURES SUNDAY AT HILLEL Dr. Marvin Fox, assistant pro¬ fessor of philosophy at Ohio Stato University, wil> deliver a. lecture on "How Jews Read the Bible" at B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation Sunday, 8 p, m. Dr. Fox has distinguished him- self as a leader in religious affairs In many ways. Ordained as a rabbl in 1942 by the Hebrew Theological College < ¦ Chicago, he Is presently dlrectoi the Institute of Jewish Studies In Columbus, associate edi¬ tor of "The Jewish Parent" and contributing editor to "Judaism." In February of 1954, he served as one of four nationally promin¬ ent theologians and philosophers leading the second annual Vassar College Conference on Religion. Dr. Foj^ has written many articles and reviews for philosonhlc and Je<v^ish journals and fs^e author of a book, "Kant's Fundamental Principles on the Metaphysics of Morals." The lecture, one bf the Sunday B>cnlng Cultural Forums, Is open to the public without charge. PRESIDENTS PRACTICE—Above are Beverly Schecter, president of B'nai B'rith Girls, and Marvin Horkin, president of AZA-155, brushing up their dance stops In preparation for BBG's first annual *"Beau Ball" tonight. 9-12, at the Jewish Center. Marvin is AZA's candidate for the title of "Beau." Tickets arc $L50. "BEAU OF THE BALL" TO BE SELECTED AT BBG^S DANCE TONIGHT AT CENTER •Tonight at the Jewish Center, B'nai B'rith Girls wi|l hold their first annual BEAU BALL, sUrting at 9:00. The dance Is, aa exciting and different as the name implies. Instead of choosing a queen, as is usually done at most dances, a BEAU will be picked to reign. Candi¬ dates have already been chosen from the various Jewish fraternities and social clubs around the community. The unusual decorations which were designed especially for the BEAU BALL themo create an at¬ mosphere for dantilng to the ver¬ satile music of the Ernie Wolfe Quintet. As additional entertain¬ ment, the Vally-Joes will perform. Enid Levinson Is 'general chair¬ man of the dance. Her committee chairmen are: Carol Hirsch, pub¬ licity; Arlene Rosenthal, decora¬ tions; Eleanor Fox. refreshments; Sheila Bloom and Marlenfe Truax, tickets and door prizes; Marcia Schwartz, entertainment. EMERGENCY NED All typos of furniture, blankets, utensils, etc.. are desperately need¬ ed for a New American family. Anyone who can oontrlbute Is ask¬ ed to please contaot the Jewish Fkmlly asrvtoe, OA. l-tU81, or Mrs. Abe Yehifih, FA. 111*. 5 MB. VABON Consul of Israel To Spealc Here Max Varon, Consul of the State of Israel tn New Yorit, and one of his country'a most dynamic youngec leaders, will speak In Co¬ lumbus at rally and dcsaert func¬ tion open to the entire community and sponsored by B'nai B'rith on behalf of Bonds for Israel, Tues¬ day, Feb. 14, 8 p. m.^ in the Jew¬ ish Center's auditorium. (The function comes during a period of mounting danger and alarm for the aecurity and very existence of the State of Israel which tias bepn put In jeopardy by heavy arms shipments to Egypt from the Eastern bloc. This has upset a precarious military l>alance of power In Israel*^ dis¬ favor. Mounting Arab hatred an^ war ferVor, together with fresh arms, may lead to a milTtary show¬ down this summer, according to IsrcCell leaders.) Dr. B. T. Mlndlln. president of Zion Lodge 62, B'nai B'rith, said JEWISH ARTIST TO EXHIBIT WORKS A collection of drawings and paintings by Israel Abramofsky, noted Jewish artist, will be exhi¬ bited at B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun¬ dation, during February. It's the second showing Mr. Ab¬ ramofsky, now residing in Toledo, has given at Hillel In the last few years. He haa exhibited in many art museums throughout the world, including Paris, New York. Chicago and IsraeL Some of hla work remains in the permanent collections of museums: in America and abroad. Mr. Abramofsky was born in Russia and studied In Paris. He frequently expresses mankind'? struggle for freedom, which Is part of his own life, Mn his works. On Sunday, Feb. 5, 4 p. m., Mr. Abramofsky will be honored by a "Meet the Artist" tea at the Foun¬ dation. The campus and communi¬ ty arc invited to meet and' talk with Mr. Abramofsky and see his .-exhibit. JWV DANOE FEU. 18 Capitol Post 122, Jewiah War Veterans, and their Auxiliary, are sponsoring a mld-wlnter dance Saturday, ^eb. 18, 8:30 p. m.. in the social hall ot Beth Jacob Syna¬ gogue. Music will be furnished by Bob Marvin's orchestra. A floor show, with Ickal talent, will be MCd by Nate Coopersmlth. SPECIAL MEETING FOR T. I. WOMEN Mrs. Pearl Krauaa, an/ outstand¬ ing pcraonality in activities of the National Women's League of United Synagogue, will be guest spealter at the Tlfereth Israel Sis¬ terhood meeting Monday. Hospi¬ tality chali'man, Mrs. Bert Lando, has planned a special dessert luncheon for 1S«0. Mrs. Krauss, who is associate National Chairman of Torafi Fund for the Women's League, baa an outstanding record of service .in the organization. She is a member of the National Executive Board, National Oommittee ot Torah F^nd and chairman of Torob Fund's Speakers Bureau. Her rec¬ ord of achievement in civic octlvl- ' tic)i Includes the d(stinctlon of be¬ ing a past president of her Sister¬ hood, and a honorary board mem¬ ber of the Long Island chapter of the Zionist Organization of A- merica. Becauae Mra. Krauss was able to be in Columbus, the Sisterhood has acbcdutod the regular February meeting for thla Monday. Members are Invited to bring • their pre- achool children and leave them tn the caro of Mrs. Kraqas in 'the nursery. MONTE CARLO PARTY FOR CLUB 25 TONIGHT More than BO membera and; guests are expected at Club 28's third annual "Monte Carlo" party tonight at the home of Leo|i .Amber, 2848 Maryland Aye. Invl-' tatlons have been mailed to more than loa members In dolum}>uii and surrounding cities. Tho party will begin at 0 p. m. and features smorgasbord, gamea^ drinks and dancing^ The charge Is, (2 per person. Oub 2B la open to all Jewla^ men and women 2S aitd ov^r.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-01-27|
|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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