Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-06-15, page 01
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Serving Columbus and C?entral Ohio Jewish Community \\// \\s^ ^ H TifOiaoislH Vol. 34, No. 24 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1956 Davoted t^ Amarican and Jawith Idaals COLUMBUS YOUTHS AT CONFERENCE ^ Ronald Cohen. 2900 Maryland Avp.; Alfin Hahn. 28^9 Bcllwood Ave. I^rry Harris. 330 S. Rooso- Vclt Av.; Marvin Horkin. 1115 S. 22nd St.; MHu- Stein. 202 N. Cas- Hady Ave.; Marsha Berman. H2fi S. Broadleigh. and Marcia S''h- wartz. 826 Roosevelt, repi'i*sent»\- tives of the Columbus B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, will take an active role in tho coming District #2 B'nai B'rith Youth Conference and leadership training Institute, Sunday through Thursday, .it Colo¬ rado Woman's College In Denver, More than 250 youth leaders from the elg'ht midwest statea of Ohio. Kentucky, Indiana, MlRsourl, Kan- saa, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico wiJJ participate in the four- day conclave, under the guidance of more than 26 professional group workers and volunteer advisors. AJI of the youth mentioned abovo' participate tn the Conference ac¬ tivities, including business meet¬ ings, small discussion groups, soc¬ ial, athletic and recreational events. In addition. Marcia Sch¬ wartz will act as recorder for the girl's business committee on B'nai B'rith pollciea. The B'nai B'rith Youth Organi¬ zation, largest service group for Jewish youth, sponsors year-round educational, cultural, social service, athletic, social, religious and In¬ tergroup activitiea. District #2 cen¬ tral headquarters are at 7247 Olive St. Rd.. University City. Mo. Stan- ley W. Harris is district director. National headquarters are In Washington, D. C. The local program is sponsored by the local adult B'nai B'rith. Saul Kaufman and Mrs, Dorothy BJank are the Columbus youth ad¬ visors. Other features ot the conference will bo a trip for the easterners (oonti^oed an p«K« 4) CX)L. KARNI CX)MM. HAREI. Israeli War Heroes Here To Boost Sale of Bonds Col. Nachman Kami and Commmander Yosef Harel, ranking of¬ ficers ot Israel's Armed Forces, will be tn Columbus Thursday, June 28, to speak before Jewish community groups. In the United States on a special misaion. the two officcra arc pointing up the urgent need for strengthening Israel'a aecurity through economic development. (June hka been proclaimed "Israel's Security Month" and throughout the nation extroodlnary effort Is underway to.implement this through the sale of State of Israel Bonda.) Col. Karnl and Comm. Harel wlU UJF PARTY TUESDAY Young Adults of the 1956 United Jcwiah F^ind campaign are spon¬ soring a party for all out-of-town college studentd Tueaday, 8 p. m.. at tho Desert! Inn. Notices have been isaued, but others who want to at£end should contact Miss Lois Garek. DO. 5462. Guest speaker Tuesday will be Troy Feibel of the UJF. FATHERS' DAY PROGRAM AT HOME FOR AGED The Auxiliary of the Columbus Jewish Home for tho Aged is plan¬ ning a Fathers' Day program for the residents of tho Home, which will take place Sunday at the Home, 2 p. m. Mrs. Edward Kellner la chairman of the Committee planning the program. One of the highlights will be the showing ot pictures on Is¬ rael by Mlas Edith Skilken. Gifts will be distributed to all tho male residents of the Home. The gifts were donated by Mr. and Mrs, Max Bernstecker of Dayton. Also, a clock-radio will be awarded during the afternoon. Mrs. M. Levine Is chairman and Mrs. M. Finkelstein Is co-chairman of hostesses, who will be be: Mesdamcs D. Roth, J. Shapiro, J, Thall, M. Barlsh, P. Berman. H. Bender. Mrs. I. Nutis, chairman of the Auxiliary, la extending an invitation to the Jewish community to join in the celebration. first address an afternoon dessert tea at 1 p. m. at Ilonka's, to which all the women In the community are Invited, Mrs. Sherman Shar¬ well, chairman of the Women's Di¬ vision and of "Israel Security Montii." announced. Later In the afternoon (4 o'clock), tlif-y will uddr*WH a group of men in an off-the-rcc- (jrd, reHtrlctwl, cocktail-hour ses¬ sion at the IVtaninior. , Mra. Sharwell announced, as a result of a meeting held yesterday at her home, that joining her as Sponsoring Hostesses for the tea would be Mrs. Harry Getz, Mrs. Abe Wolman, Mra. Milton Leoman and Mrs. Julo Mark. Members of the .Sponsoring Com¬ mittee for the Honka tea are Mes. dames Sam Schlonsky, Harry Sch¬ wartz. Morris Paine, Robert Kisch, Bernard FeltUnger, Milton Parker, Maury Bleich. Sam Gurevitz, Jer¬ ome Fisher, Martin Godofaky and Miss Edith Skilken. Representing the Israel Army, Col. Karnl. at the age of 30, is a seasoned and celebrated military figure. Trained as a conamando In the Haganah, he later joined the Jewish settlement police under tho (continaed on pAge 8) Jewish War Vets Here for Department Convention at Deshler; Dance is Tonight Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliaries opened their Department con¬ vention yeatcrday at the Deshler Hilton Hotei. and more than 500 dele¬ gates are participating in the program. A formal presentation was made at the Chillicothq Veterans Hos¬ pital. Last night, aabbath services were held at Temple Tlfereth Israel. Today's activities IncJudo diafributfon of honorary citations, yearly awards, official reports and administrative meetings at which Depart¬ ment President Heiser and Department Commander Minkin will pre¬ side. Tills afternoon, the keynote spcuker will be Ben Kaufman. National Kxecutlve Director, of Washington, D. C. lie will conduct a sp(M:ial leadership clinic for all PoHt officers. Festivities tonight include a cocktail party, banquet and dance. Principal speaker at the grand banquet will be National Commander Kamlnsky of Hartford, Conn., who has returned from a tour of Israel. His message will be of timely and vital importance. Toastmaster of the evening will be Mr. Sam Shalkewitz of St. Louis, National Public Affaira officer, who will Introduce honored guests Gov. Lausche, Mayor Sensenbrenner and many other officials of prominence. Non-Veterans and their ladies will be admitted to all the aocJal features of the program. Banquet reservations should be made by telephoning Mrs. Her¬ man Ei^enman. DO. 6483, or Mrs. Martin Kaufher DO. 5951. From 9 p. m. to midnight. Bob Marvln'a orchestra will provide dance music In the main ballroom, to which the general public is in¬ vited. Cost is $3 per couple. All local JWV and Auxiliary members are urged to register as delegates in order to take part in the meetings, with the privilege of nominating and voting at the election of the Department officers. The convention will conclude its agenda Sunday afternoon. DR. QIORA JOSEPHTIIAX., treasurer of the Jewiah Agency, is addressing Jewish leaders from Cincinnati, Colunftbus, Dayton and Louisville at a special regional conference called by leaders of the Israel Bond Organization to discuaa Israel's critical financial poaitlon brought on by pressing security needs. The gathering took place In Cincinnati Sunday, June 3, and shown In the picture above, seated, are: Sol Luckman, national United Jewish Appeal Chairman and Ohio Chairman of State of Israel Bonds, Joseph Hoodln, past Cincinnati chairman of the Jewish Welfare Fund and a member of the national Board of Governors of the Israel Bond Or¬ ganization, and Mrs. Sherman Sharwell of Columbus, Women's Di¬ vision chairman of Bonds for Israel. Dov Biegun Guest Speaker for Histadrut Dinner Dr. Dov Btcgun, elected National Secretary of the National Commit¬ tee for Labor Israel In June, 1955, has returned from Israel. He was sent as a delegate to the World Zionist Congress In Jerusalem. He will be principal speaker for Histadrut dinner Sunday evening, at the Jewish Center. Dr. Biegun is a noted economist and was educated In Continental and British universities, where he studied sociology and economios. Ho has fluent command of 13 languages, Including English, He¬ brew and Yiddish. Dr. Biegun served In World War U with the British armed forces in France, the Low Countries and Norway. He was a member of the British War Crimea Investigation Unit of the British Army of the Rhine, During (ind after World War II he raised loans In various Kuro- pcan countries and Oreat Britain for the Jewish National Fund, the Jewish Agency. In conjunction with the State of Israel, and haa also raised large-scale investments for the building Industry there. In the past three years he held a promin¬ ent position In Ampal and organiz¬ ed investments ' In the Israeli economy both here and In Central and South America. Dr. Biegun enjoys an enviable reputation as an orator and his addresses at hundreds of meetings and assemblies both In Europe and In the Western Hemisphere have delighted audiences everywhere. A skilled debater, hia keen analytical approach to problems of both the Jewish and non-Jewish world have already made a profound Impres¬ sion throug:hout the United States and Canada. Another honored gueat at the dinner will be a man from the Ohio State Federation of Lat>or, secretary-treasurer PhU Hannah, Da IX>V BIEGUN who has devoted his entire adult life in tho cause of the working people of this nation. Mr. Hannah is a native of Cleve¬ land, where he waa active In or¬ ganizational endeavors of the Teamsters Union, and served that organization in various official ca¬ pacities. Mr. Hannah was elected secre¬ tary-treasurer of the Ohio State Federation of Labor In 1942. He served In that office until 1946, at which time hu accepted. Presi¬ dent Truman's appointment ' as Under Secretary In the United States Department of Labor. Mr. Hannah resigned that Cabinet posi¬ tion late In 1947 to resume the sec- retary-treasurership of the Ohio State Federation of Labor. Mr. Hannaht in conjunction with his keen interest In the Labor movement, bas given freely of his time and energies to many com¬ munity and civic affairs and or¬ ganizations. Toastmaster and chairman of the Hiatadrut Dlnper Campaign la Dr. B. W. Abramson, who is well known to everyone, not only In his profiission but as a devoted Zion¬ ist ior many years and as a teacher of Jewish and Hebrew lit¬ erature. Muaical selections will be played by two well known and popular persons of the community. Mrs. Abe Greenapun, a very talented pianist, and violinist Mike Sch¬ wartz. A chicken dinner will be prepare ed by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gold, of Gold Caterers. Invitations have gone out to the entire community to Invite every- one to get acquainted and under¬ stand the Histadrut of Israel, Sun> day at the Jewish Center, 6 p. m. If you have not returned your res¬ ervation card, call DO. 4009 ot EX. 4773.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-06-15|
|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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