Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-06-14, page 01
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1 iHiiKapT IT . ^s^y" 2[\^ Serving Colmnbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community m\\K Vol. 35. No. 24 COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1957 39 OavoUd to Amarican ¦ and Jawlih Idaali Lower left, Leonard Stern, dinner chairman, welcomes Governor McKeldin to Columbus Mond9.y afternoon while Dr. Ivan Gilbert, Mrs. Sherman Sharweli and Mayor M. E. Sensenbrenner look on. Lower right. Dr. Ivan Gilbert, chairman of the Executive Com¬ mittee of Bonds for Israel presents Dr, B. W. Abramson With an award of honor from the Bonds for Israel Organization for hia lead¬ ership and service in the Bond effort while Leonard Stern and Governor McKeldin look on. Center, Part of the attentive audience of some 200 people in the Victorian Room hear Governor McICeldin's moving message. Upper left, James Rhodes. State Auditor and Ted W. Brown, Secretary of State converse with the Chief Executive of Maryland while Mr. Stern shares the pleasant moment. . Upper right, Leonard Stern toastmaster and dinner chairman, Mrs. Sherman Sharweli, women's dinner chairman, and Leo Yassen¬ off, chairman of the Reception Committee. Fleckner Strikes At Forces Weakening Our Economy CTHVIBERIJVND FALLS, KV.,— The so-called and self-styled 'non-partisan'- or 'independent' Is high on the list of real dangers to our way of life," said Oscar L. Fleckner, well known business executive, as he addressed 22nd Annual Convention Banquet of the Kentucky Peace Officers Assn. In the Dupont Lodge Wed nesday night. .."I am not referring to those who may refuse to go down the line on a straight party basis and merely reserve the unquestioned right to cut across, party lines for some candidates," explained Mr. Fleckner. "But," he contin¬ ued^ "I do charge those who de¬ liberately run away from being counted for one side or the other with (1) irresponsible citizenship and (2) undermining the founda¬ tion of our economy." Material comforts and physi¬ cal pleasures are within the reach of more and more people earlier n their lives than ever before." Mr. Fleckner pointed out. "This almost unbelievable level of ma¬ terial prosperity didn't just hap¬ pen. It took a Ipt of doing. Our form of constitutional govern¬ ment with Its Individual freedoms created a favorable climate for the development of commercial enterprises." Mr. Fleckner outlined tho In¬ tegration of politics and political parties with government In the development of human and eco¬ nomic resources. He stated, "The mounting trend to withdraw from reality, and Its imperfections. In¬ cludes a rejection of the rough oud tough -battle for a political belief in . somebody, or some¬ thing, through recognize*! politi¬ cal parties. When otherwise first class citizens abdicate their right¬ ful position of policy makers within political parties, they be- (contintied on page 2) Gov. McKeldin Addresses Bond Dinner Some 200 persons joined Gover¬ nor Theodore R. McKeldin of Maryle^d at Dinner last Monday ni^ht at the Deshler-Hilton Hotel in a community salute to Israel on her Ninth Anniversary. Israel will receive an additional $46,000 in investment dollars as a result of the Dinner, held on behalf of the Bonds for Israel campaign whose 1957 campaign now stands at $97,000. This year's goal is $226,000. Governor McKeldin was met at Port Columbus shortly after noon BRANDEIS WOMEN — Back row: Mrs. Mit¬ chell Karlan, Mrs. Martin Levinson, Mrs. Abe Levl¬ son, Mrs. Herbert Wise, Mrs. MUton Goodman. Mra. Jack Resler, Mrs. Leonard Wasserstrom, Mrs. Jer¬ ome Haokman. Front row: Mrs. Samuel Lubln, Mrs. Irving R. lAckrltz, Mrs. David Roth, Mrs. Mendy Snyder. (OuionUx photo) Brandeis Tea to be Held Wednesday The Columbus Chapter. Tbe National Women's Committee of Brandeis University will hold Its annual June meeting and tea at the Jetttey Manslqn, on Wednes¬ day at 12:80 p. hi. Tbe Columbua Chapter bas two meetings a year; one ift January and one In June after the National Conference at Brandeis University. Mrs. Jack Resler. president and Mrs. Aaron Canowitz, 2nd vice-president at¬ tended the conference and their report will be Incorporated In the clever musical which Brandeis members will present The origin¬ al script was written by the Cleveland Chapter. On June 19 "My Fair Ladles of Brandeis" will be presented with (ooatlaaM •¦ pat* l> Monday by a delegation that In¬ cluded Mayor Sensenbrenner, Leonard Stern, dinner chairman, Mrs. Sherman Sharweli, women's dinner chairman and Dr. Ivan Gilbert chai rman of the Execu¬ tive Committee of Bonds for Is¬ rael. In the course of hla brief stay in Columbus, that included at¬ tendance at a press conference and reception. Governor McKeld¬ in, with warmth and charm, thoroughly captivated the people who met and heard him. Community guests were in hia dinner audicnte and he personal¬ ly presented pins to Guardians and Sponsors of Israel on behalf of tho 1957 campaign. Mayor Sensenbrenner extended greetings from the City of Co¬ lumbus and State Auditor James Rhodes spoke for the State. Loo Yassenoff, veteran com¬ munity leader, conducted the ap¬ peal for Bond sales and he was assisted on the floor by Abe A. Wolman, Louis M. Levin, Albert A. Blank, Louis Sher, Jacob Gil¬ bert, Dr. Abramson and Dr. Gil¬ bert. William L. Goodman, chairman of the Columbus campaign com¬ mittee for Israel Bonds was In the East attending his son's graduation from Yale and a tele¬ gram from him was read to the meeting by Dr. Gilbert. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer offered the opening prayer and Rabbi Harry Kaplan gave the Benedic¬ tion. Mrs. 8am Liiper, Mrs. Fred Roland and Mrs. Jerome Fisher assisted OS Hostesses. (eanttBOed *b paga I) TAX STAMP DANCE BY BB LODGES Saturday evening, June 22. at 8:30 p. m. B'nai B'rith Zion Lodge ef2 and Buckeye Lodge will hold forth with a gala sales tax stamp dance at Winding Hollow Coun¬ try Club. The affair promises to be the best of what has become an an¬ nual dance and fund raising pro¬ gram combined. The beautiful, newly rebuilt club house should lend to a very complete program. In addition to Sammy Hopkins orchestra there will be entertain¬ ment, door prizes and refresh¬ ments. All lodge members, their wives and friends are invited to attend, admission bt'ing $250 of sales tax stamps or $7.50 per couple. GALLEKY TEEN PLAYERS CALL FOU TKY-OUTS Tryouts for Gallery Teens first major production, "The Mad¬ woman Of Chaillot" a comedy in 2 acts by Jean Giraudoux, were announced by Larry Kent, the di¬ rector. The play calls for 41 act¬ ing parts, and tryouts are open i to all teen-agers, aged 13 through 18. Since the production will require almost 160 people, both on stage and backstage, practically everyone coming to tryouts will have an opportunity to participate In the fun and ex¬ perience afforded by this first big effort of our newly-formed teen-age dramatic group. Besides acting roles, many berths are open in set construction, light¬ ing, props, costumes, make-up, stage manager, bookbolder, pub¬ licity, etc., and everyone ts urged to attend. Try-outs are scheduled for two days: Sunday, June 30, 3 p. m. and Monday, July 1, 7 p. m. and will be, held In the Adult Lounge at the Jewish Center. RABBI GREENBERG GRADUATION SPEAKER Rabbi David Greenberg, o f Scarsdnle, New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greenberg, 41 South Broadleigh, will be the guest speaker at the Columbua Hebrew School Graduation Exer¬ cises, Tues., June 18, 8 p. m.. at the Agudas Achim Synagogue Social Hall. Rabbi Greenberg. a native of Columbus, was ordained at the Hebrew Union, College-Jewish In¬ stitute of Religion. In 1951, where he also, earned the degree of Master of Hebrew Letters In Tal¬ mud. While at the Hebrew Union College he received the Holstein Prize in Philosophy and Honors I in Education. He Is a graduate of the University of Chicago. Rabbi Greenberg is a graduate of the Columbus Hebrew School. Ho studied In the High School Department of tho Yeshlva Uni¬ versity In New York, from which he graduated in 1940. ftabbt Greenberg studied In several theological seminaries in this country. He served as a Chaplain In the United States Navy, which Included a tour of duty on the staff of the Commander of the Naval Force, Far East. <rontiDued on pa|[e 8) SUMMER PLANS Junior High agfe youngste.rs will have an opportunity to partici¬ pate in summer activities that will provide fun and excitement as announced by Mrs. Joseph Ve¬ nook, chairman of the Summer Intermediate Planning Commit¬ tee. Members of the committee are Mesdames jerry Wclnor, Irv¬ ing Seff. Marvin Rose. Nathan Nedelman, Harold Kayne. Albert Blank, Lyn Nateman, Annabelle Snyder, Mr. Meyer Mellman, Mr. Al Rosen and Mr. Arthur Westerr man. Some of the actlvltlos are pfc- nifs, cookouts, tours, outdoor dances, socials, tournaments. Summer Maccabiad, splash party, weiner roast, bicycling, water sports, Softball for girls, badmin¬ ton, and volleyball. On the plan¬ ned agenda are trips to Rising Park in Lancaster, Qlentangy Caverns, Old Man's Cave, beach day and others. Wdlly Bernstein is the staff member In charge of this unusual program. All Intermediate boys and girls ages 12, 13 and 14 who^ are Interested in joining and re¬ ceiving further Information about the program should contact Mr. Bernstein at the Center, BE. 1- 378L CONFIRMATION PROGRAM PRESENTED ON TV Agudas Achim Congregation will present Its confirmation cantata. "I Believe", on station WBNS, channel 10, Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. Rabbi Samuel W, Rubenstein will Introduce thie program, T HAVE YOU MADE YOUR 1957 CONTRIBUTION TO THE UJF?
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-06-14|
|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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