Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1956-10-19, page 01
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DR. LEO SACHS. «-foot, 8- inches tall, discusses his flngcr- jiiirlnt; studies with AJP corrcs- p6hAht David Horowitz, S-foot, 6-lnches, in front of tho famous Security Council mural at the United NaUons. TALL ISRAELI IS FINGERPRINT l]|\Q''~^nring Columbus and Centr^ Ohio Jewish Community^MK RONICLE Vol. J4, No. 43 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 ¦^39 °Vn''J'l:'?.I^Xif.'" UJF to Honor 1956 Leaders, Workers Tiie United Jewish Fund board and Its officers, along with many others In the community, will pay honor to-the leaders and woricera of the 1956 campaign Tuesday evening, Oct. 30, at Winding Hollow Country Club. Samuel Shinbach, president of the United Jewish Fund, announced that Robert Weiler, well-linown community leader and active for many years In Its affairs, will be ch^alrman of the dinnor event. EXPERT By DAVID HOROWITZ Stew YORK.-,fAJP> — Dr. Leo Sachs, the young Israeli scientist of the Welzmann Institute wtio ifeftently surprised tho world by revealing that a fingertip study had convinced him and his co¬ worker, Dr. M. Bat Miriam-oft<the laroeU Institute for Biological fiesear^h^vltltat Jewflvt^^io^p^OUt. "^ ^:^^Sr]'4; ^ .roembeni'Of/ Aii'ftn* -"C^^llMt^tj^^ean' r^ee l>^lBuieKfl- ihgr conimbh genetic faotora, wtis the guest of this writer at the' UN juat before he flew to Japan to deliver several lectures on his discoveries. Dr. Sachs had come to New York from Copenhagen, in which city he first announced the Israeli finding before the In¬ ternational Congress of Human Qenetics. During the exclusive interview in the UN delegates' dining room, the 6-f90t 8-tnch tall scientist— who was born In Oermahy but studied in England — disclosed that the new findings on the aecreta of fingertips have opened ap entirely new vista for future study of human populations and evolution. The genetic history of the Jews (and that of related peoples) — whose fingerprints, namely» the unique pattern of the whorls, arches and loops,, point to an uncanny almllartty — testi' fy to an absolute relatlonstiip de- spite thoutuuida of years of phy¬ sical separation, Dr. Sachs em¬ phasised. . The Israeli wizard made ^It clear that the present studies constitute only a first phase to a much wilder study which will in¬ clude deeper investigation Into the question of blood groupa. He is convinced that hitherto un¬ known factors concerning the nature of man and life which have baffled sclentlstfi will come to light through further research on the secret of blood. Dr. Sachs indicated that as soon as funds become available to the Welz- mann Institute, he and his aaao- ciat«s plan to proceed/ with the research on the blood groups. During the Interview the ami able professor took objection to (MBtlB«ed •n paga i) The 1956 campaign of the Fund I was no ordinary task. The Jewish community of Columbus was faced in 1956 with tlie double re- aponslbillty of raising maximum funds first for the ongoing Im¬ portant needs of more than 40 of its regular beneficiaries and sec¬ ond, for a special campaign to raise a sizeable amount as Its national share of the Special Sur¬ vival Fund. In 1666 there were many sound and proven reasons to raise more funds to support adequately the increasing needs of local services, as well aa the essential programs of our national organizations which provide the network of cul¬ tural ties for all Jews throughout the United States. The Special Survival Fund was launched early In the year by American Jewry In recognition of the desperate situation of the North African Jews and the fi¬ nancial plight of Israel. The North African Jews looked to Is¬ rael for safety and a place to call home and to start life anew with true dignity and freedom. Israel sought to provide a haven for 40,000 of them but when faced with an overwhelming military crisis of protecting Its .'borders f rom ^gyptlftiv invasion it had to^ spitn(l. f utidii niormaltytranatiiltti^ to ^e Jewish Agency for Immi¬ gration needs to military equip- pient and arms. And so in Columbua, the United Jewish Fund, the central fund- raising arm of the total Jewish community, Incorporated within Its organization what could very well have been a separate Inde¬ pendent appeal. At the Winding Hollow dlnijer affair Oct. 30, William Kahn, 1956 campaign chairman, will report in detail how the campaign or¬ ganization and leadership met the challenge. Mr. Kahn, In a recent report to the Board of Directors of the Fund, 4id state that the 10S6 campaign had raised the sec¬ ond highest total ever achieved in the F^^nd'a history. Every di¬ vision in the campaign surpassed by large margins Its 1905 totals. Appropriate tributes will be paid to the division leaders and work¬ ers for . having made the cam¬ paign, a huge success. TROy A. FEIBEL, retiring president of the United Jewish Fund, who served In that capaci¬ ty for the past two years, will YESHIVA RABBI TO VISIT COLUMBUS Rabbi Mordecai Nodel, regional representative of Yeahlva Uni¬ versity, Is visiting the Columbua Jewish conimunlty, Yeahlva University, which com prises a number of graduate schools as well as a Theological Seminary for training splrltu«l leaders for Jewish communities throughout the world, also houses the only Medical School In the world entirely under Jewish aus¬ pices, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He la In charge of the annual drive for maintenance funds In Columbus. Rabbi Nodel. who Is a disting¬ uished representative of this In¬ stitution Is the guest of Herman Schottensteln of Columbus. The annual budget of Yeshiva University approximates $3V,'-mil- Uon. The latest and perhaps unique achievement of Yeshiva University la the Stpm College for Women, the only college of liberal arts and sciences in the world dedicated solely to the training \ a n d -development of Jewlah Women wtio will ultimate¬ ly become the leading figures on the American Jewish scene. LODGE SPONSORS DANCE TONIGHT A "Saturday night out" at a very low cost—complete with dancing, refreshments and door prlzca—will be offered to the en¬ tire community when B'nai B'rlth's Zion Lodge presents Its opening dance and social event tonight. The 9-12 p. m. affair will be at the Jewish Center. The Lodge Is sponsoring th,e event as a strictly non-prof If function. Admission Is $2.00 per couple, and the dance la open to all Lodge incmbcrs and friends. Designed as an Informal "Town and Country" evening, paterlng to young and old of varying tastes, the affair will feature dancing to Del Walter's orchestra, well known locally. For a change of pace, square dance music will also be provided, with a profes- reptyt OTi his stewardship during ^ aional caller livening up the fes- hls period of service. \ tivltles. Dress is informal. The new president, Sam Shin- bacii, who has played a leading role in community affairs over a long period of time, will Introduce the 1956-57 officers of the Fund: Herbert Levy, Samuel Melton and WlUlam Kahn. vlce-presi- dentH; Jack Resler, secretary, A. B. Welnfeld, treaaurer; Jock Schiff, associate treasurer. A special feature of the eve¬ ning will be a report from Mr. Aaron Zacks, 1956 Special Gifts chairman, who will have just i-e- tut^bd from a Study Mission to (eoptlBned oa page 0) IVREYOH-PTA DINNER SUNDAY EVENING Ivreeyoh-PTA'a annual fund-ralalng dinner la Sunday, 6 p. m., in the aocial hall of Agudaa Achim Synagogue, and will feature the appearance of Jan Bart, noted artist. Mr. Bart Is well known for his comic and serious interpretations of classical music and tradi¬ tional Jewish songs. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Melville D. Frank. Sheldon dtelntiauaer of the Antl-Defamatlon League office In ColumbUs win be toaatmaater for the evening. A fuU^course dinner will be served, catered by Oo1<I'b. Admisaion la |3JU) per person, or |117 equivalent in tax atamps. Proceeda from the affair wlU be contributed to ColUmbus Hebrew School, for the further development and progreaa of Jewiah edu¬ cation In this conimunlty. It la Ivreeyoh-PTA'8 only fund-raising project annually. As ^n extra added attraction, door prizes, including a clock- radio, luggage, etc., will be given away. Free refreshments will be serv¬ ed during the evening, Including welners, cld^", potato chips, soft drinks, etc. Among the members of the committee actively planning the event are Herbert Meizlish, Ar¬ thur Pollack, Ivan Romanhof, Marvin Schlezlnger and Sheldon Stelnhauser. In addition to a complete eve¬ ning's entertainment, officers of Zion Lodge feel, tonght's affair will serve aa "get acquainted" time for the many newcomers to the community. Members of Zion Ljodge will be on hand to welcome the guests and see that they are made to feel at home In the tradi- tjonal Columbus spirit. The dance is thti first In a series of programs and social events planned by the Program Committee to cater to the. lnter-< csta of evry segment of the mem¬ bership. Zion Lodge la hoping •.that the co'mniunlty will respond favorably to thla low coat Sfilclal event, as an Indication of support for future programs of this na¬ ture. The cast of B'nai B'rlth's "Phllanderln' Man¬ darin" show which will be presented at the Center Tuesday night took time out to pose for the above picture. Front row; Larry Kent, Nlda Sokol, Norma Felch, Bernle Doctor, Louise Zellzer, Cella Tarcov, Dorothy Yassenoff. Back row: Norman and Norma Gurevitz, Alex Stregevsky. Rita Cohen, Eddie Trager, Marsha Trager, Wm. Reich, Shirley Goldfarb, Richard Lieberman. Other members, not pictured: Sis Levlnaon, Leah Godofaky, Roaa Ker¬ stein, Dubby Fagin, Faye Levison, Kressa Good¬ man, Libby Geichman, Lillian Yenkln, Blather Rlchman, Janet Leeman, Sally Knolla, Shirley Goldberg, Dottle Friedman, Bernlce Beckman, Evle Lieberman. (Topy photo) Philanderin' Mandarin'' Tuesday Night at Center Has Cast of 50 B'nai B'ritb People By SAR^ SCHWARTZ Shades of yesteryear! Remem¬ ber the B'nai B'rith shows in the not-so-recent post? "Pack Up Your Troubles," "Awake and Swing" and "Step- pin' HI!" at6od 'cm In the aisles In the good old days, and such show programs as "Annie Get Your BB Gun" and others rocked the Center auditorium at capaci¬ ty-filled meetlnga. Now, for the first time In too- many years, B'nai B'rith Women go back Into show business, to pfesent an original musical come¬ dy entitled "Tho Phllanderln' Mandarin" Tuesday at the Jewish Center. Curtain time Is 9 p. m. Based on the recent Broadway 'and Hollywood hit. "The King and I," the comedy parodies the ef¬ forts of the mandarin (Bernle Doct't-r), \o find a girl who can bake a cake like the one his mother used to bake. Many and familiar arc the tunes which are parodied. Includ¬ ing melodies from the "King and I," and "That's Amore," "Oh, My Papa," "With These Arms," "Meet Me In St. Louis," "I Want a Girl," etc., as ''shadchonim" of every nationality present their candidates for the bride of the "Phllanderln' Mandarin." JOINT B'NAI B'RITH SABBATH NOV. 2 zion Lodge and Chapter of B'nai B'rith will jointly sponsor the annual B'nai B'rith sabbath service Friday evening, Nov. 2, at Agu¬ das Achim Synagogue. Plans are now being completed for the evening's program. Guest speaker will be Seymour Gorchoff, executive director of the local office of the Antl-Defamatlon League, who will present an IntN mate report on some of the current probjema and activities of the ADL, with particular emphasis on the Impact of Arab propaganda and Middle East events on American Jewry. Members and friends of the Lodge and Chapter, and their fami¬ lies, are Invited to whot Is expected to be a stimulating event, coupled with a frank report on B'nai B'rith in action In behalf of American Jewry. PIONEER WOMEN'S MEMBERSHIP PARTY IS WEDNESDAY EVENING EVENT AT CENTER Pioneer Women's Chapter 2 haa lts**membershlp party Wednes¬ day, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. All members of Chapter 1 and Sabra are also Invited to a special evening of entertainment, when a group of selected contestants will try to stump a panel of experts on "Who Am I?" While everyone Is waiting for Wednesday evening perhaps they would like to know "Who We Are." As Americans we enjoy Inalien¬ able rights to "Ufe, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." And, we want to safeguard the free¬ dom of America. Aa American Jews, our voice is heard in all community programs and actlvl- tiea, which helps mold American Jewish life. As Pioneer Women, we are con¬ cerned with the democratic de- velopmei^ of American Jewish life And of the State of Israel. We have identified ourselves with the Moetzet Hapoalot (Working Women's Council), largest wom- (MatUiM4 •¦ iMMT* 4) AHAVAS SHOLOM WOMEN^ LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY The annual pold-^up member¬ ship luncheon of Ahavaa Sholom Sisterhood will be held in the social hall of the synagogue Wed¬ nesday, 12:30 p. m. Rabbi Elliot Finkel. spiritual leader of the Ahavaa Sholoin Congregation^ will be gueat speaker, A cost of GO, including a talent¬ ed chorus and dance group under the expert direction of Mra. Lou Goldfarb, as well as Individual dance numbers by Mrs. Nonnan FagIn, Mrs. Ben Goodman, Mrs. Herman Geichman and Mrs. Jules Sokol, will add to the color and attractiveneas of the presenta¬ tion. The entire production Is being directed by Mrs. Louis M. Levin, with Mrs. Jerry Goldfarb as ac¬ companist for the musical num- bera. Mrs. Martin (Sis) Levinson bas a stellar comedy role. Othera in the competent and talented cast Include Mra. William Reich, Mrs. Martin O>dofsky, Mrs. Norman Gurevitz, Miss Louise ZcHzier. William Reich, Larry Kent, Eddie Trager, Mrs. Gary Kerateln, Mrs. Eddie Trager. A violon solo by Mrs. Fred Yenkln will also be featured. Members of the choral group include Mi». Joe Rlchman, Mra Norman Gurevitz, Mra. Abe Levi¬ son, Alex Stregevsky, Dave Feer¬ er, Larry Kent and Richard Liet>- erman. Lighting is being handled by Norman Gurevitz and Dan Stone. The beautiful and authentic coatumes which will be worn by membera of the cast are being made by a committee under the direction of Mrs. Morrli^ Paine and Mra. Irv Brenner. Stage props are in the capable harfda of Mra. J, Nathan Polster. Coronation of the "King and Queen" of B'nai B'rith in Colum¬ bus will be a highlight of the meeting Tueaday. Speculation is running high in B'nol B'rith cir- clea, aa to'which couple will be singled out to be honored that night, for their contribution to the total B'nai B'rith program in our community. A apecial com¬ mittee has been appointed to make the aelectlon, which will be kept abaolutely secret until the moment it la announced Tuesday night. Zion Chapter will join Zion Lodge and the new Candlelight Chapter and Buckejre Lodge have been Invited, to make thla a real B'nai B'rith "family night out" for everyone. Including the en¬ tire community, even non-B'nai B'rithers, If such exist. Mrs. David Handler, president of B'nai B'rith Women, and Sol Zeldln, president of Zion Lodge, loin In extending a welcome to everyone.
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1956-10-19, page 01|
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Franklin County (Ohio)
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DR. LEO SACHS. «-foot, 8- inches tall, discusses his flngcr- jiiirlnt; studies with AJP corrcs- p6hAht David Horowitz, S-foot, 6-lnches, in front of tho famous Security Council mural at the United NaUons.
TALL ISRAELI IS FINGERPRINT
l]|\Q''~^nring Columbus and Centr^ Ohio Jewish Community^MK
Vol. J4, No. 43
COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956
UJF to Honor 1956 Leaders, Workers
Tiie United Jewish Fund board and Its officers, along with many others In the community, will pay honor to-the leaders and woricera of the 1956 campaign Tuesday evening, Oct. 30, at Winding Hollow Country Club. Samuel Shinbach, president of the United Jewish Fund, announced that Robert Weiler, well-linown community leader and active for many years In Its affairs, will be ch^alrman of the dinnor event.
By DAVID HOROWITZ
Stew YORK.-,fAJP> — Dr. Leo Sachs, the young Israeli scientist of the Welzmann Institute wtio ifeftently surprised tho world by revealing that a fingertip study had convinced him and his co¬ worker, Dr. M. Bat Miriam-oft