Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-08-24, page 01
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«nj'.'.TKi „ Ti'Jiai.'isiH T>':'ioni,3H.-j;jv E Serving Columbus ahd Central Ohio Jewish Ck)mmunity \\//\\j^ Vol..34, No. 34 COLl/MBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1956 Oavotad to Arharlcan and Jswtih Ideali Left to right: Marcia LlpBon. Rosalie Tleman, Sherrl Rosen, Stephanie Lando, Fred Abramson, Benson Roth (Topy photo) LOCAL USY GROUP ATeOS GAMP Temple Tlfereth Israel announces that six of its United Synagogue Youth members are at the Regional Camp Crusy, at Grass Lake, Mich., Aug. 22-30. The camp offers a religious program, with regular serviced scheduled morning and evening. Benching will follow the strictly-kosher meals, led by each chapter of the region. , Regular activities are featured In tho afternoons, along with folk- Pamp CRUSY, patterned oltisr the Remah Champs, will be under the direction dt Rabbi Milton Arm, spiritual leader of Congregation Shaarey Zedek in Detroit. Delegates to Camp Crusy wtll represent the following cities: Indian¬ apolis, Cincinnati. Louisville, Dayton, Toledo, Steubenvllie, Akron, (Ronton, Cleveland, Detroit, Youngstown, Warren.' Tifereth Israel Sisterhood Is helping sponsor the CEimp trip for the local teen-age members of USY. Mna WM. PAPIEB Women's Chairman Mrs. William Papier has been named this year's ohairman of the United Appeal. Women's Division, according to J. Philip Qlbbs, gen¬ eral chairman. Mrs. Papier, who has worked with the annual fund-raising cam¬ paign . for several ye^rs, Is In charge of the over-all organization of the Women's Division, which will go to all homes within the city limits on Oct. 1. In line with the plan of having a chairman for each Individual geo¬ graphic area, Mrs. Papier has re- cr"lted ail ten of her Area chalr- muii, who In turn are In charge of recruiting workers. At the Umo recruitment Is fin¬ islied, she said, "We will have moro tluui 9,000 wonion working to raise »13fi,000 of the $3,168,026 goal.!', (contlnoed on pac* B) AISERT BLANK T. I. Chairman Preparations are advancing in four Columbus synagogues, where High Holiday Israel Bond Appeals win be held, Jatob H. Ollbert. com¬ munity chairman, and William Schiff, synagpgue chairman, joint¬ ly announced. Tlfereth Israel will make Its Ap¬ peal on the second day of Rosh Hashonah. Beth Jacob will hold Its on Kol Nidre Night, with Agudas Achim and Ahavaa Sholom par¬ ticipating on Yom Kippur Day. In order to lay the groundwork for Tlfereth Israel's Appeal, Albert A. Blank, co-chairman of the con¬ gregation's committer, will hold a meeting at his home Thursday night with members of his com¬ mittee. Ira Monroe, his co-chairman follows with a parlor meeting at his home, Tuesday night, Sept. 4. (eontlBaad oa psgo 4) WAR VETERANS III PROTEST OF AIR FORGE MANUAL MILWAUKEE — Reuben Kamin- sky, of Hartford, Conn., outgoing National Commonder of the Jew¬ ish War Veterans of the U. S. A.,- has protested the Introductlpn of a "Hitlerian concept" Into an Air Force Regulation. Speaking before more than 1.000 delegates and guests at the trad¬ itional Commander's Banquet, a highlight of the 61st Annual Nat¬ ional Convention hero, Kamlnsky cited U. S. Air Force Manual (U. S. A. E. F. Manual 30-l), entltl- | ed Clearance and Documentation f for Leave and Duty Travel, dated | June 20, 1953. I Likening the regulations to the Nurenberg Law harking back to the Hitler regime, he quoted two paragraphs from the regulation; Section XXCII, Paragraph #3: "Individuals of Jowish Faith or descent are strictly barred en¬ trance or transit of Saudi Arabia. Further, any passport containing an Israeli visa will not be honored." Section XII. Paragraptv #30: "Individuals of the Hebrew Race will not be Issued visas or admitted to Jordan.^ "How consistent are the regu¬ lations which I have quoted," Coni- mander Kamlnsky said, "with American principle and the Ameri¬ can Credo? "Since when haa the American Governmont undertaken to en/orce within our borders, prejudices of a foreign government and its dis¬ criminations? Our government permits Arab countries to discriminate against Americans of Jewish faith in the granting of visas. It permits Arab countries to wage economic war- faro against American concerns who do business with Israel. Our government discriminates againat American soldiers of Jewiah faith from entering into Saudi Arabia and Jordan. Our American govern¬ ment haa not even protested the action of Saudi Arabia In pre¬ cluding clergymen of Christian faith from conducting openly relig¬ ious servlcea at the Daharan Air Base In that country- . "Upon rationalization of the prin¬ ciple of free apeech,." our govern¬ ment has failed to declare the Syrian Ambasaador to tbe United States persona non grata for his attack againat the loyalty and patriotism of American citizens of the Jewlah faith. "Aa a result of Arab pressure, our official government policy con¬ dones discrimination againat American businessmen of Jewish faith. "In the Middle East, we can live up to our moral responsibility by actually sending arms to I&rael; and by living up to our agreements to maintain the balance of military power, which has been upset by Russian aupport of the Arab nat¬ ions; and by a mutual security paot with Israel for Israel is the only democracy in the Middle Eaat — the only nation In that area upon which a democratic world can re|y." MRS. M. J. LEEMAN Heads Workshop for 'Big Day Off Mrs. Milton Leeman, a past presi¬ dent of Zion Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, and serving as a second i vice-president of District 2, B'nai j B'rith Women, is In charge of the Workshop entitled "The Big Day' Off," aponaored by Zion Chapter, i Tuesday, at the Desert Inn on E. Broad St. Starting with breakfast at 10 a. m., "The Big Day Off" will in- I form B'nai B'rith members of the role they will play in performing projects of the national organiza¬ tion. Mrs. Jack Schilling, a past presi¬ dent of the Chapter, will give the opening prayer. Greetings will be extended by Mrs. Dayfd Handler, current president of ZlOn Chapter. Taking part in the activities of "The Big Day Off" are these mem¬ bers of the largest Jewish women's service organization in Columbus: Mra. Albert Blank, Mrs. Alex Clowson, Mrs. Mitchell Goodman, Mrs. Louis Levin, Mra. Aaron Kahn, Mrs. Norman Katz, Mrs. Norman Mathless. Mrs. J. Nathan Polster, Mrs. David Rich, Mrs. Joseph Schecter. Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Mrs. Israel J. Sowalaky, Mrs. Frank Yassen¬ off. Community singing will be con¬ ducted by Miss Barbara Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morrey Cohen. Mrs. Leeman, In her role as Ohio Field Area chairman, will narrate the day's proceedings. Luncheon will be served, at 1 p. m., and the afternoon session will conclude at 3:00. This one-day activity to better acquaint the Jewish women In Co¬ lumbus with B'nai B'rith activities, including both the breakfast and luncheon, will cost $1.75 per person. Reservations may be made with Mra. Bernard Kaplan, CL. 2-4137, or Mrs. Herbert Artson, BE. 1-6578. "The Big Day Off" Tuesday la open to any woman Interested In B'nai B'Hth activity. EARLY DEADLINE Deadline for the Sept. 7 Issue of The Chronicle Ir Tuesday, Sept. 4, noon. Photographic material must bo submitted by Friday, Aug. 81. KURZROGK RESIGNS FAMILY SERVICE Herbert Schiff. prealdcnt of the Jewish Family Service, announced the resignation of Erwin Kurzrock as caseworker from the agency. Mr. Kurzrock ia leaving the staff of the Jewish Family Service to accept the position of executive di¬ rector of the Jewish Home for the Aged In New HS,ven, Conn. Mr, Kurzrock has been associat¬ ed with the Jewish Family Service since April. 1955. He was also ad¬ visor of the Friendship Club—a position which he held for the past year. Mr. Kurzock also served as a member of the Jewish Center Adult Activities Committee. He is also a member of the National Associa¬ tion of Social Workers and the National Conference o f Jewish Communal Service. ADULTS URGED TO ENROLL FOR PLAY Adults In the Jewish community are urged to participate in the open try-ouis tor James Thurber's "Many Mopns," a play which will be presented at the Center, co- sponsored by Gallery Players and the Parenta Oroup of the Center Pre-School, Try-outs, for both adults and youngsters, are scheduled Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p. m.^ at the Center. Brandeis Conference In Cleveland Oct. 8 An Area Conference of National Women's Committee of 3randela University will bo i^eld In Cleve¬ land, pet. 8. ^ Ail local members are Invited. Call Mra. Theodore Schlonsky, who is chairman, for further Informa¬ tion and reservations. Many Nat¬ ional figures will be on the agenda. Mrs. Harry Polster and Mrs. Sherman Sharwell, co-chairmen of Membership, who are formulating plans for an Intensive membership drive, announce that the workers' meeting wtll be held the first week in November, Instead of Oc¬ tober as previously announced. Those interested 1 n working on memberahip can call Mrs. Polster or Mrs. SharweU. REGISTRA-nONS OPEN FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL Registrationa for Beth Jacob Sunday School will be taken this Sunday, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m., at the synagogue. All members who have children of Sunday School age are asked to co-operate by making reservations tomorrow. That v/ill enable the committee to make all necessary plans for the opening of Sunday School sessions earlier this year. IVmS. JACK SCHILLING Dance Chairman Mrs. Schilling, general chairman ot the sixth annual Yom. Kippur dance, is Inviting members of the Columbus community and residents of neighboring communities to the dance Saturday evening, Sept. 15, at the Jewish Center. Henry Cinclone and his orchestra, will provide music for dancing from 10 p. m, until 1. Cinclone. a former member of Rudy Vallee's "Connecticut Yankees," Is quite popular with dances at numerous country clubs about Columbus. A buffet supper will be aerved at midnight, with Mr. and Mrs. May¬ nard Goldmeler and Mrs. David Sussman in charge. Lou Goldfarb ia In charge of entertainment and planning some¬ thing unique for gueats at the dat)ce. Tickets at $1.50 per person, for Center members, $176 for non- members, will be available, at the door. BOAT CRUISE TONIGHT AT BUCKEYE LAKE Candlelight Chapter's boat cruise is at Buckeye l^ake. All "passen¬ gers" are meeting at the pier be- hlncj the Lake Breeze Hotel, attired In oaaual dress, to purchase their tickets ($2 per couple) for the cruise leaving at 9:30 p. m., promptly. After thu cruise, the party room at Tom's Restaurant, 3624 E. 5th Ave., has been reserved.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-08-24|
|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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