Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-09-27, page 01
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k' -CJt./Oi,, . mSS:> Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community m\vI. E VoL 3S,- N<s. 40 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i7, 1957 39 Oavotsd to Amaricin and Jew'tth fd«Ali Menor^h Ball Date: Nov. 17 MR. LURIK MR. MESSIER CHARLES MESSER, ROBERT LURIE SPEAK IN BEHALF OF HIGH HOLIDAY APPEALS Charlqa M. Messer of Cincinnati, builder and outstanding com¬ munity leader, will speak at the home of Harold Schottenstein, 340 S. Roosevelt Ave., Tuesday, 8 p. m., on behalf of Bonds for Israel. Mr. Schottenstein, chairman of Congregation Agudas Achim'a High Holiday Bond Commlttoer announced Ihat Robert Luric, prominent publicist and St. lx)uls community leader, Would address the Con¬ gregation during the High Holiday Bond Appeal. ¦ Mr. Messer, who is vice presi¬ dent of Frank Messer and Sons Co., one of d,\\B nation's leading building coiAujactors, is cbnslder'- cd one of 'the most dynamic young leaders ever produced by . the Cincinnati community. A past community chairman of both Bonds for Israel and Jewish Wel¬ fare Fund, ho Is a.member of the boards of the Jewish Hospital As¬ sociation and Sheltering Oaks Hospital. Robert Lurle has achieved prominence in the allied fields of radio, television and public rela¬ tions. He has given much time to public service, having been ex¬ ecutive director of the St. Louts Jewish Community Relations Council, natioho-l director of the War Service Department of B'nal B'l^tth and Elastem Regional Co¬ ordinator for An ti-Defamation League. In 1949 he received the coveted Jewish War Veterans Achievement Award. Louis M. Levin, president of Beth Jacob Congregation, will in¬ troduce Mr. Lurle to the .Bulen Ave. Congregation on Kol Nldre Night, when the annual Appeal will, be conducted. Sol Rising, president of Ahavas Sholom, will Introduce Mr. Lurle to the Ohio Ave. Congregation during Yom Kippur afternoon services, JBoth Mr. Messer and Mr. Lurle have traveled extensively in Is- roeJ In visits the nature of study tours and for fact finding. YOM KIPPUR DANCE IS OCT. 5 EVENT " Culminating a day of solemn observance, the seventh annual Yom Kippur Dance Sat.urday, Oct. 5, offers members of the community to gather at the Jew¬ ish Center and greet each other In the spirit of good fellowship. Henry Cincione and his orches¬ tra win provide music for danc¬ ing, between 9:30 p. m. and 1 a. m. Clncloiie, a former member of Rudy Vallee's "Connecticut Yan¬ kees," Is popular with dances at the various country clubs about Columbus. He has played at the Center" on previous occasions. A program Is being arranged and prizes for dancing, as well as door prizes, will be awarded. Re¬ freshments will be served. Actively engaged In making preparations for the dance are Mrs. Jack Schilling, general phalrman; Dr. and Mrs. Gary Kerstein, hospitality; Dr. and Mrs. Jack Brahms, refreshments; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lavine, prizes; Mr. and Mrs. R. Greenberg; tick¬ ets; Miss Rhoda Curl, decora¬ tions, and Miss Leah Kantor, Dr. Ron Rosen. Mrs. Bernard Ment- ser, Richard Grundstein, Irv Kraye, Mike Schwartz and Alex Stregevsky. KICK-OFF LUNCHEON PLANNED FOR OCT. 9 The "Kick-Off" luncheon for all workers of B'nai B'rith Mcnorah Bali Nov. 17 wU) take place Wed¬ nesday, Oct. 9. at Giro's. Mrs. Alex Clowaon, executive vice- president, and Mrs. Aaron Kahn) fund-raising chairman, are invit¬ ing all B'nal B'rith workers to the luncheon to formally launch the 19B7 Mcnorah Ball. At the 12:30 luncheon. Infor¬ mation and instructions will be given on how eaoh B'nal B'rith Woman can help make the Men- brah Ball another success. All members who are volunteering their servlees to B'nal B'rith's fund-raising project are asked to call one of the following women to make their reservation for the luncheon. For Zion Chapter, Mrs.. Clow- son. BE. 7-10O4; Mrs. Kahn. BE. 1-4983; Mrs. I. J. Sowolsky, Sub¬ scription chairman, BE. 1-1669; Mrs. Morris Mendel, co-chairman of Subscriptions, BE. 5-9095; Mrs. Robert Bender, ad book chair¬ man, BE. 1-5888; Mrs. Sidney Hirsh.^ co-chairman, BE. 1-2468; Mrs. Harry Goldstein, Menorah Pago chairman, BE. 1-2486; or Mrs. Sam Schwartz, co-chairman, BE. 1-0863. Workers for Candlelight Chap¬ ter are asked to contact the fol¬ lowing chairmen: Mrs. Wm. Shore, BE. 1-8929; Mrs. Fred Sch- wartzbcrg, CL. 8-6672; Mrs. Bert Rlker; BE. 5-6666; Mrs. Donald Mandell, BE. 5-5443. Mrs. Ralph Stein and Mrs. Fred Schwartzberg are serving as Candlelight's co-chairmen, along with Mrs. Aaron -^Kahn, Zlon's fund-raising chairman, for the jointly sponsored Menorah Ball to be given Sunday evening, Nov! 17, at the Youth Center on 'l7th Ave. Donor Luncheon Chairmen for Capitol Post J.^dJeo.- seated, left to right — Mrs. CoUa Katz, Mrs. Jack Cohen, Pledge Co-chairmen; Mrs. Max Trager, Donor chairman; Mrs. Harry Cowan, ads; Mrs. Allen Siegel, publicity chairman; Standing — Ml^s Bertha Dulsky, Mrs. Harry Garaway,' Mrs. Martin Kaufher, Mrs. Fred Adler, Mrs. Sarah Fisher, Mrs. David Rosenbaum, Mrs. Julius Mar- guiles, Ad comi^ittee; Mrs. Charles Young and Mrs. Robert Dietch, Guys and Dolts co-chairmen. RABBI RUBENSTEIN ON TELEVISiON THURSDAY Rabbi Samuel W. Rubenstein of Agudas Achim Congregation will present a telecast ^n the "High Holidays" Thursday, 2-2:30 p. m., over station WBNS-TV, Channel 10.^. TEMPLE ISRAEL YFTL SOHEDULES MEETING First regular meeting of Young Folks Temple League is sched uled Sunday, Oct. 6, 7 p. m., at Temple Israel. Entertainment and refreshments will be includ¬ ed. Dues are payable at the meet¬ ing. Mel Frank is Elected to Second-Term Presidency of Community Council Capitol Ladies Plan Annual Donor Luncheon 12TH ANNUAL EVENT SCHEDULED OCT. 23 Capitol Ladles Auxiliary 122, Jewish. War Veterans, has its 12th annual donor luncheon Wed¬ nesday, Oct. 23, 12:30 p. m., at the Fort Hayes Hotel Gold Room. Admission Is $7.50. which covers pledge and luncheon; payable by money, sales tax stamps or any combination of both. Stamps must be sorted, counted and packaged ^nd can be sent to Mrs. Bernard Kreiselman, tax stamp chairman, 394 Roosevelt Ave., no later than Oct.. 16. Mrs, Max Trager, donor chair¬ man, and her committee have planned the afternoon's events. The luncheon will be highlighted by prize drawings, special souve¬ nirs and treats, scholarship a- wards, with cards and games to follow. Friends, guests and members of the Auxiliary who want to con¬ tribute a $5 paid pledge will be eligible to a special prize draw¬ ing, to be held for those unable to attend the luncheon. j Paid pledge tickets and reser¬ vations may be had from Mrs. Jack Cohen, CL. 3-3622, or Mrs. Celia Katz, BE. 8-1080. pledge chairmen, up to Oct. 16. Mrs. Chas. Young, BE. 5-2190. oh Mrs. Richard Dietch, CL. 2- 7823, Guys and Dolls chairmen, will honor your children's names In the Year Book at $1 per fam¬ ily. Checks or money may be sent to Mrs. Sam Cohen, donor treas¬ urer, at 1459 Crestwood Ave. Mrs. Max Trager, chairman for the donor luncheon, Is In charge of the advertising year book, with the following committee: Mt-s- damea Harry Garraway, Sam Goldman, Harry Cowan, Jack Franklin, Frod Adler, Lester Sc- ligaon, Ht-rman Jacobs, Sarah Fisher. Israel Berliner. Bertha Dulsky. Julius . Margulia, ' Jack Cohen, Martin Kaufher, David Raiken, Alfred Rqscn, Hilda Les- Melville D. Frank was unanim¬ ously elected to serve a second term as president of the Jewish Community Council at the last meeting of the delegate body. William V. Kahn, chairman of the Nominating Committee, pre¬ sented the report of the Commit¬ tee which renominated all offic¬ ers who had served with Mr. Frank in 1956-67. The Committee felt that Mr. Frank and the offi¬ cers associated with him had served well. The officers In addi- flon to Mc. Frank, who will serve for the new year are: David Goldsmith, Ist vice-pres.; Charles Y. Lazarus, 2nd vlce- pres; Herbert H. Schlff, 3rd vice- pres; Dr. Ivan Gilbert, sec'y; Mrs. Jack Rcsler, -treas. The Executive Committee elect¬ ed for the current year are: Mrs. B. W. Abramson, Louis Ackerman, Herbert Cummins, Mrs. Harold Edoisteln, William Goodman. Ben Kahn. Louis Krakoff, Louis Levin, Samuel Luper. MR. FRANK Mrs. Allen Meyer, Jack Realer, Charles Schwartz, WllHam Was- acratrom. Herbert Wise, Abe Wolman, Mes. Dor9thy Yassenoff. Aaron Zacks. The Nominating C o m m 111 e c. also presented for approval nomi¬ nees to the board an allocations committee of the United Jewish Fund and to the board of the Columbua Jewish Home for Aged. Those nominees will be aonaider- ed by the roapectlvo boards for election. Those serving* with Mr. Kahn on the Nominating Committee were: Richard J. Abel. Troy Felbel, Mark Felnknopf, Mrs. Harry Getz, Harry Gilbert, Dr. E. J. Gordon. Louis Krakoff, Mrs. Joseph Schecter, Samuel Shlnbach, Jus- (flontlnBed on pace I) Above ore Mrs. Martin Masser (left) and Mrs. Morris Paine, co-chairmen of Ivreeyoh-PTA's Frolic, formulating ^lons with the president, Irving M. Oertner, at a recent meeting held at the home of Mrs. Morris Paine, ?73 S. Roosevelt Ave. (Topy Photo) IRVING GERTNER FIRST MALE PRESIDENT' OF REORGANIZED lYREEYOH-PTA SOCIETY At a recent reorganization of the Hebrew School Parents-Teach¬ ers Assooiation, formerly known as Ivreeyoh, now known m Ivree- yoh-PTA, it was decided that men should be included as members, as well as officers, where, for the past 70 years or so, only women have been members and officers of the organization. In the reorganisation, Irving M. Oertner, attorney, a partner in the firm of Tyack & Oertner, At¬ torneys at Law, 38 S. High St., was elected the first male presi¬ dent of the organization. The first vice-presidents are Mr. and Mrs.. Martin Masser and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Palnc. In the past, the group, before its reorganization, held a large benefit dinner, wherein only a- dults were invited and large con¬ tributions wefe received. Under the new policy; it has been de¬ cided that any project, including the fund-raising event, was to be shared with the pupils and chil¬ dren, rather than confined to the adults, eVen though such an event would not bring In the large sums of money as in the past. In light of this new policy, the new organization has planned a Fun Frolic for Oct. 27, at the Jewish Center between 2-7 p. m. Advisor is Mrs. Sam Goldman. Mrs. Jack Franklin is decora¬ tions chairman, with Mra. Aliun Slcgol handling donor publcUy. JWVA is a member of the U.S. Committee of Civil Defenac. Pro- cecda from the donor luncheon are used towards the many com¬ munity drives; entertainment and equipment in the Veterans Hos- pltala at Chilllcothe, a blind ward at. the Dayton Veterana Hospital, veterana at the Columbus State Hospital, Soldiers and Sailors Home at Sandusky, veterans at the Benjamin Franklin Sanitarn lum, and Lockbourne Air Base Hospitals; to help Child Welfare work at the Franklin Children's Village , Juvenile Detention Home; to provide flags to the scout troops- and . public schools; to provide two scholarships to Brandcis University, given to daughters of veterans, and many other philanthropies which bene¬ fit from the donor affair. i I i a Council Women Inaugurate New Season Tuesday Noon Mrs. Allan Meyer, president of the Columbus Section of National Council of Jewish Women, invites all now and present members to attend an afternoon of TV entertainment Tuesday, when Martha Godfrey's "Talent Scouts" wings its way to the Jewish Center at 12:30 p. m. It will be Council's first opi*n meeting and will inaug¬ urate the 1957-58 organization year. The original musical playlet, written by Mrs. Morrey Tarcov, program chairman; directed by Mrs. Albert Rosen and Mrs. Kal Greenfield, will be accompanied by Mrs. Samuel Franklin at the piano. Cast members will include Mesdames Harry Schwartz, Max¬ well Papurt. Sherman Sharweli, I. J. Rinkov, Joaeph Altman, Sidney Berg. Milton Parker, Robert Schlff, Isadore Gurevitz, Gary Kerstein, Fred Yonkin, Morris Snyder, Abe Leviaon, Louis Levin. Mra. Jack Schilling will give the opening prayer, and a tea, under the planning of Mrs. Joseph Haas, hospitality chairman, will precede a brief buisness meeting. At that time, a comprehensive yet concise review o' Council's agenda for the year will be prq- sented. Council women will become more aware of their role in the field of ALL SERVICE, be it on the local, national or international level. Be it in the field of needy children at Nightingale Cottagp or through Ship-A-Box to children overseas;. Scholarship or Amerioanl* zation for foreign born; serving as a volunteer at the State School or Hearing Society; aiding the Senior Citi^iens through Golden Agers—there ia a place for every Jewish Woman to serve with her Columbus Section of National Council of Jewish Women.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-09-27|
|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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