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wna-inrt nvotaoistH •3 -ItfJl3!103rtoa» 21\Vy^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \\// \\^ i Vol. 34, No. 14 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1956 Divoted to Amarican and Jawilh Idaali l^tt to right: Mrft. A. B. Weinleld, MfH. Harry Getz and Mth. Jos<^ph Schecter, co-chairmen of UJF Women's Division. (Topy photo) UJF WOMEN LAUNCH '56 FUNCTIONS $100 MINIMUM AFFAIR WEDNESDAY EVENING mus. schiff MISS SOliOMON UJF'S YOUNG ADULT DIVISION APPOINTS SHIRLEY SCHIFF AND MARILYN SOLOMON The Young Adult Divlalon of the 1968 UJF drive haa named MrH. Robert L. Schiff, 3096 Maryland Ave., chairman of the general so- •Dcltatlon committee. Although many of this committee's plane are, as yet, in the formulative Btage, Mrs. Schiff has reported that special activities are being or¬ ganized forjthe purpose of solicit¬ ing groups o^ servicemen and out- of-town students. Vice-chairmen serving under Mrs. Schiff arc Mrs. Arthur Stein and Bdwrard Ellman, each of whom will supervlae five maJoi*S. Work¬ ers will then be assigned to the majors for the general sollcita- Uons. Mrs. Schiff attended Penn State College and Ohio State Unlveraity. While at OSU ahe was a UJSF vlce-chaiman at Hillel. Last year ahe waa In charge of the workers' rally for the UJF. Prior to that position, Mrs. Schiff served tn worker and major capacities over a alx-yeor period of UJF, Marilyn Solomon has ' been ap¬ pointed executive ilhssiatant in the Young Adult Division of the 1956 UJF campaign. Serving with Gor¬ don Zacks. general chairman, Mlaa Solomon will have five vice-chair¬ men under her direction: secretar¬ ial, treasury, parlor n\ e e 11 n g, speakers bureau ^nd publicity. Miss Solomon has had extensive experience with the UJF to qualify her as executive assistant. She worked with the Youth drive, 1950 through 19(J3, serving successively aa worker, captain and chairman of the Secretarial committee. In 1954 she waa a major In the Young Adult Division, and In '55 she serv¬ ed on the Young AduU Sucretartal committee. A graduate of Bexley High School, Mlsa Solomon Is txow a Junior In the School of Social Adminlatratlon at Ohio State Uni¬ versity, where she served aa sopho¬ more editor of the "Maklo." She lives with her parents at 973 Mont rose Ave. Mrs. Ben Kahn, Mrs. Harry Getz and Mrs. Ben Yenkin, co-chairmen of the Women's Division of the Unltod Jewish Fund, are focusing Interest on the new $iOO minimum evening cocktail party Wednesday at the home of Mrs. A. B. Weln- j feld, 25 N, Columbia Ave. The func¬ tion Is an Innovation for the 1956 } drive. Following tht trond on tho ' national level to reach many con¬ tributors in smaller functions, in order to bring clearly the story of United Jewish Fund, the $100 minimum separate function has been planned. Mrs. Sherman Sharwell la chair¬ man of the evening cocktail party, asaistcd by Advisory Board mem¬ bers Mrs. Joseph Schecter and Mra. Herbert Schiff, and members of the Steering Committee and Ad¬ visory Board. The chairman em- phaaUes that the function, as all others In the Women's Division, carries with It no special Invita¬ tion, but all women are welcome. Perhapa moat welcome of all la the woman contributor who comes for¬ ward and offers her pledge &nd her presence at the $100 minimum party, Mrs. Mollie Gladstone will be speaker for tho evening. Mrs. Glad- atone la an actress whose first Broadway performance was Ift tho inimitable "Pins and Needles," and whose present work Is devoted to the dramatic story of Israel. Mollie Gladstone haa worked with the peoples of larael and on each of her returning trlpa brought back tho story of the land and ita mlr- aclca. Among the agenclea which the United Jewish Fund serves are those which serve the Jew abroad, nationally and locally. Tho story of the young and tho aged, the parent and the child, and the In¬ stitutions which serve him arc all a graphic part of the United Jew¬ lah Fund. Mrs. Sharwell asks that any woman who can join the ranks of the $100 contrlbutora to phone res¬ ervations to her at FA. 7382. Hy Weinberg, general chairman of tho lied Cross blood drive. Is Hhown receiving two sets of car keys from Sherm Meyera of Rudy Flck Fordh. Fick Ford Sales Inc. has agreed to donate two 'UB Fords for the uKo of blood donors who will need tmnsportlon to the Jewish Center on "B" Day, Wednesday. If you need a ride, call Mrs. Jerome , Sohqttensti^ln, transportation chairman, EIX. 4949. B-Day Wednesday At Jewish Center A Red Cross bloodmoblle will be stationed at the Jewish Center from noon to 6 p. m. Wednesday, for "B" Day. The Jewiah Community Blood Donor Council has provided extra facilities ao that it will be eaay for membera of the Jewlah community to give blood. Free transpor¬ tation and baby-sitting aervice Is available; call either Mrs. Jerome Schottensteln. EX. 49-19, or Mrs. I. M. Harris, DO. 9100. They will ar¬ range for you,to be picked up and for your children to be cared for. If you would like to be a donor. MItS. ABRAMSON TO TALK ON HASKALAll IMPACT Hadassah's oneg shabbat today, 1:30 p. m.. at tho home of Mra. Abe Shustlck, 2990 Dale Ave., will feat¬ ure Mra. B. W. Abramson, who will dlscusa "The Haskalah Movement; [La Impact on East European Jewry." Hostesses at the tea which fol- lowa the discussion will bo Mra. Ben Yenkln. Mra. Nathan Zeff, Mrs, L Adelman and Mrs. Sol Efs- enman. ELECTIONS, FILM TEA HIGHLIGHTS An Intereatlng, Informative after¬ noon has been planned by Agudas Achim Siaterhood for Its regular meeting Tuesday In the social hall of the synagogue. A dcsaert tea will be aerved at 1 p. m., to be followed by a brief buainoas meeting, including elec¬ tion of officers, Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, Program chairman of Sisterhood, haa made arrangements for the showing of an all-star film. The movie will feature Brodcr- ick Crawford and Ruth Roman in thu dramatic atory of a group of laraell immigrants and aettlera caught in the Negev deacrt when their bua breaks down. The 24-hour delay gives each immigrant a chance to tell the poignant story of tho chain of events which led to his being on the bus. Baby-sitting service will be available. MIZRACHI MEETING Mizrachl Women will meet Mon¬ day at Ahavas Sholom Synagogue. All members are urged to atend but have no appointment, call Mrs, Charles Tails, EV. 2230, or Bernard Kaplan, FA. 4137. Food chairman, Mra. Joaeph Schecter, haa planned for refreshments to be served to the donors. Take thla eaqy opportunity to aupport the Jewish Community Council's blood drive; remember, all members of your family are en¬ titled to free blood in cajse of an emergency.^ Make an appointment for Wednesday. All donors will be given a free physical examination to make sure that they can give blood. DANCE APRIL 29 ! One of the- finest social affairs of the year is planned for the com¬ munity by Zion Chapter 127 and Zion Lodge 62 of B'nai B'rith, Sun¬ day evening, April 29, at the Pt. Hayes Hotel, according to Ann Schilling and Herb Cummins, co- chairmen. To raise money for its many charitable causes, the men and women of B'nai B'rith have set the admission price as $6 redemption value of sales tax stamps or cash, per person. It will be a buffet dln- ner-dancc, with the public Invited. Do,or prizes will be awarded. ADL's Author, Arnold Forster, to Speak Here April 17 The author of a book which probes the u^e of antl-Semitl«m aa a present day political weapon and sold over 30,000 copies in ad¬ vance orders before publication date—will keynote a Joint B'nai B'rith iTieetlng Tuesday, April 17, at the Jewish Center. The author Is Arnold Forster, At)U» ohlet counsel and civil rights director, who collaborated with ^enjamln R. Bpstein, national director, on the new Antl-Defamatlon League ex¬ pose CROSS CURRB^rrs When a book of this type forces Its publishers (Doubleday & Co.) into a third printing before the first one Is off tho press, that's news! Add to that the fact that less than two weeks after its re¬ lease last month. It became a natloi^ best seller, and you can see why It long ago convinced the publishers that they had po¬ tentially one of tho most contro¬ versial—most discussed—most cov¬ eted books of ieS6. • CROSS CURRENTS Is based on a four-year Investigation by ADU directed by Mr. Forster, of political antl-SemltIsm In the United Statea, In Germany, and In the Middle East. In one section, the authors reveal the source and motivation of the antl-Semltlc campaigns or¬ ganized by a lunatic fringe agalnsf the President These reached their peak during the last presidential conventions and are likely to or- rupt again with equal frenzy now that Mr. Elsenhower has announc¬ ed his availability for a second term. A section on the Middle East documents the w«ll-heeled and carefully organized ant 1-Jewlsh propaganda campaign stimulated in the United States by Arab Lea¬ gue diplomats to destroy Ameri¬ can sympathy for Israel. In Its probing of West Germany, CROSS CURRB»ITS reveals the Internat¬ ional tie-up between the Neo-Nazi underground movement there and similar groups In the United States, Great Britain and South America. The above are some ol the areas which Mr. Porster will highlight In his major address here A)>ril 17. CROSS CU.^IRENTS sella to the general public through book^ore» at i*. However, for a limited time, members of Zion Lodge and Chap, ter can secure copies at the special discount price of iZ. Orders can b^ placed with the Lodge and ChaiH- ter ADL chairman, Mr. and M^.:, Philip Bradley, or directly with ih,B, ADL Regional office, f2 N. Hltl|; St, Suite «lft CA. 1-M17.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-04-06|
|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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