Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-08-17, page 01
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Senring Coltunbus and Central Ohio Jewish Comiiiumty mmai .\UOt Vol. 34, No. 33 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. I9S6 Dftvofad to Amerieari and J^wtih Ideali High Holiday Bond Appeal Opens With Meeting on Sept. 4 Tlfereth Israel Congregation will hold Its annual Appeal for Israel Ilnnds on the aecohd day of Rosh Hashonah,. William Schiff, chairman 'jf the Columbus High Holiday Bond Committee, announced. The de- claion, the result of action by the Temple board, was made known through David Goldsmith, president of the Congregation, who also an¬ nounced that Albert Blank and Ira Monroe would serve again aa co- chairmen of the Temple's Committee. (Blank and Monroe were c BEE JAYS' PICNIC IS SUNDAY AT NORWOOD'S Beth Jacob Brotherhood's annual picnic is Sunday, 2 p. m., at Nor¬ wood's amusement park on E. Main St. It's open to BJ members, friends and families, with free ad¬ mission, refreshments, rides, gomes and soft drinks. USY MEMBERSHIP PICNIC AT JEFFREY MANSION United Synagogue Youth will hold a membership picnic Sunday. 6 p. m. to Hv:3Q, at the Jeffrey ¦Mansion, with a "mad for plaid" theme. Barbara Davis is general chair¬ man, with these commltteesi skit, Lenl Rosen; Invitations, Julie Her¬ man; .mailing, Judy Mercurio; food, Marcia Lipson and Ruth Lindeck; pubUcIty, Debbie Subow; membership, Judy Rosen. All teen-agers are welcome. YOUNO MARRIED COUPLES SCHEDULE MEETINGS Temple Tifereth Israel's Young Married Couples Club discussion group has scheduled meetings on the third Tueaday of each month, for the coming season. Next Tuesday's meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bttum, 664 S. James Rd., with Rab¬ bi Nathan Zelizer as featured speaker. His subject will be "The High Holy Days." with discussion to follow. CANDLELIGHT CHAPTER PL.ANS BOAT CRUISE Candlelight Chapter 888 of B'nai B'rith Women is sponsoring a boat cruise on Buckeye Lake Saturday, Aug. 25. The boat will leave from the pier behind Lake Breeze Hotel, at 9:30 p. m. After the cruise, the group will gather In tho party room of Tom's Restaurant. 3624 E. 5th Ave. In case of rain, tho "passengers" will meet at the restaurant, at 10:30 p. m. chairmen of the 1955 Committee I which conducted the Temple's Ap- [ peal on the second day of the' New Year, when Dr. James G. Mc¬ Donald spoke; $38,000 was sub¬ scribed on that occasion.) Ira Monroe, a leading business and community figure, will open his home for a parlor meeting Tuesday night, Sept. 4, at which time an outstanding out-of-town speaker will bo present to spur the advance sales for the Holiday Ap¬ peal and the Fall campaign. The national Bonds for Israel campaign Is running well ahead of the 1955 effort and It is generally anticipated that results this year will top every previous year, with th'j exception of the opening cam¬ paign In 1951. The 1956 goal nationally is $75,- 000,000 in sales. THE FALL campaigns for Israel Bond sales in Columbus have al¬ ways gotten off to good starts through the High Holiday Appeals which have become traditional here. Agudas Ac'tlm was the first Congregation to participate, begin¬ ning in 1953. Since that time, Tlf¬ ereth Israel, Beth Jacob and Ahavas Sholom have joined In tho effort. Each year the national organi¬ zation presentH a gift to each par¬ ticipating Congregation whose .sales run above a certain figure. Last year the gift was a hand- wrought bible, made in Jerusalem. This year's gift will be a copy of the famous Hagaddah designed by ' the late Arthur Szyk. j T. I. NURvSERY SCHOOL REGISTRATIONS OPEN Mrs. Bertha Kraus will be at Temple Tlfereth Israel office, 1354 E. Broad St., each day from 9 ft. m: to 1 p. m.. taking registrations for Nursery School, which Is open¬ ing for its ninth regular season. Pre-schoolers from Li-to-5 years will be accepted. For Nursery School Information call CL. 8-9535 or CL. 8-8685. CEREBRAL PALSY GROUP TO MEET TUESDAY Regular meeting of Cerebral Palsy Branch 6 will be held at the home of Mrs. Faye Smith, 827 Lil¬ ley Ave., Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Miss Ruth Smith will speak on the "Education of Cerebral Palsy Children." She specializes In the Department of Education at Ohio State University. FINAL TAC DANCE Sigma Theta Pi Is sponsoring the final Ten-Age Council dance of the summer next Thursday, 8:3P-11 p. m., at the Center. MIZRACHI MEET'INO Mizrachl Women wilt meet Mon¬ day, l:S0 p. m.. at Ahavas Sholom Bynagogufc. All members are urged to attend. WAR VETS PRESENT RESOLUTION TOU.S. The following delegates from Columbus attended the 6l8t Jewish War Veterans Encampment In Mil¬ waukee last week: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ad(er, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldman, Mrs. Hilda Lessure, Miss Lana Zeltsman, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Gertner, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beim. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Topolosky, Marty Kaufher. Jerry Kreske, Harold Dolin. Lou Ackerman. Mr. Kaufher Is Commander of Capltol Post 122: Mrs. Fred Adler is president of the Ladles Auxil¬ iary. Wm. Carmen of Newton. Mass.. was elected Natlohal Commander of JWV. Isaac Murov of Hartford. Conn, waa elected National Judge Advocate. Mrs. Bertha Samuels of Cleveland was elected National President of the Ladies Auxiliary. A resolution urging the United Statea to counteract alleged Arab discrimination against Americans on the basis of their religion was adopted by the War Veterans. The following program was In: eluded in the resolution: • Prohibiting entry into the United 3tatea of persona from Arab at(itc'3 which bar Americans be¬ cause of religious beliefs. • Eliminating subsidies to Egypt and Arab states unless they permit Americans of any faith "full part¬ icipation Including residence." • Prohibiting any U. S. govern¬ ment agency from considering religious affiliation in selecting personnel for assignment In Arab countries. RUMMAGE SALE PLANNED BY CANDLELIGHT GROUP B'nai B'rlth's Candlelight Chap¬ ter will conduct a rummage sale during the first week In October. Anyone having rummage should call Mrs. Arthur Stein. BE. 5-6608. or Mrs. Sam Abramaon, BE. 5-5491. TRY-OUTS SUNDAY FOR 'MANY MOONS' Open try-outs for "Many Moons' will be held Sunday, 2:30 p. m., in the air-conditioned Adult Lounge of the Jewish Center. Both children and adults are needed for the cast of this project which is co-spon sored by Gallery Playera and the Parents Group of the Jewish Cen ter Prc-School. Additional try-outs will be held the next two Tuesday and Thurs¬ day evenings at 8:00. YOM KIPPUR OANGE SCHEOULEO SEPT. 15 , The annual community Yom Kippur dance Saturday evening, Sept. IS, will launch the fall social season of activitiea at the Jewlah Center. Henry Cinclone and his orcheatra will play for dancing between the hours of 10 and 1. Making arrangements for the sixth annual event Include Mrs. Jtt.ck Schilling, general chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Goldmeler and Mrs. David Sussman, refreshments; Dr. and Mrg, Gary Kerstein, tickets; Dr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Engelman, hoapltality; Miss Gina Geminder, pos¬ ters and decorotlona; Mra. Lou Goldfarb, entertainment, Mrs. Earl Son- nesteln, prizes, and Mlaa Helen Nutls, publicity. Admission .for the dance and buffet supped will be $1.60 per peraon (Center members) ^nd $1.75 per person (rvon-m.cmbers). Tickets will be available at th« door. Memt>erB of tho community are urged to reserve that evening. Above are chairmen and captains of Senior Hadassah's member¬ ship campaign, which ends Monday. Left to right, seated: Mrs, Harold Edelstein (president). Mrs. Moe Hirsch. Mrs. Aaron Kahn (chairman). Mrs. Harry Ortz (vioe^-president). Back row: Mes¬ dames Louis Adelman. Si Kahn. Ixmis Wilson. Bernard Franli. Howard Schoenbaum, Sam Suhow. Not pictured: Mrs, Reuben Abranison, Mrs. Sam Faine, Mrs. Albert Wasserstrom. (Topy photo) HADASSAH'S OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN OF THE COLUMBUS JEWISH COMMUNITY Dear Hadassah Prospects: You're Invited to join "H" week; we need you and want you. We who are members of Hadassah In this community call upon you In this time of trial to Join us and help with our work. Help ua help the lataeli who fought for his liberty, who treasures his freedom and democracy. When you join us In Hadassah in this community you channel your efforts through a program which Includes healing, education, rescue and up-bullding. You cure the sick, you settle and maintain newcomers, make green the valleys and train adolescents for skillful work. In addition, here In the United States, you UVe an active, more creative life as a Jew and aa an American citizen. Again, we say, we need you and want you. Won't you join us when tho Hadassah membership worker calls upon you? Katie Grtz, Ruth Kahn Membership' chairmen Columbus Chapter, Senior Hadassah Mala Powers and John Barrymore, ae Miriam and David, in a scene frora **THE LAST STOP**, new half-hour (elevi»ion drama recently completed at Warner Uroihers Studio in Burbonk in behalf of the 1956 campaign of rhe nationwide United Jewish Appeal. *^HE LAST STOP" will have iu TV premiere on leading Blutiono ihrouRliqiit the country qb a special UJA presen' talion for the Jewibh Ne^y Year. Produred with the cooperation of Warner Brothers Studios by Jat'k Warner and dirfscled by Tom Cries, **THE LAST STOP*" also features James Dunn, Fay Wray, Robert Horton, Trocey Roberts and Peter Leeds. The film has been especially prepared for use cfuHng tho Rosh Hashanah period by the addition of a prologue dealing with the JewUh N«w Year rad featuring the world renowned cantor, Mosbe Oysber* ^.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-08-17|
|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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