Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-09-13, page 01
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lii^S?^-'''^"^^1^>^Wii^ «„*^««5MV-»i>irM*jwr't'*'WTTSlW!:»;'Tti-,v.^,'^*'''"'-^ -i - 2[\Q^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Comnmnity ^AS Vol. 35. No. 37 COLUMBUS, OHKJ', FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 13, 1957 QQ DtVoftfd fo Am«rlcfln '^^ «i)J J»whl) M»J« Exocutivo Oommltteo members of Bonds tot Isnujl met rooontiy at the home of Dr. Ivan QU- bert to map plaift tor the Fall campaign. Seated aro Howard Schoenbamn,. Abe A. Wolman, WUUain Goodman, Albert A. Blank, Josenh U Schwartz, Joe F. Kn^s, Melville Prank, Sam Schlonsliy. Standing: Stanley Jay, Stanley Schwartz Jr., Ivan Gilbert, Harold Schottenstein, Bernard Gold, Dr. Charles Yowig. JVI^. Howard Sohoenlnmn and Mrs. Albert Blank, who wore present,' are not In tho picture. Mr. Goodman Is campaign chairman and Dr. Gilbert, executive conunlttce chairman. Agudas Achim Bonds (Committee to Convene Harold Schottenstein, chairman of Agudas Achlm's High Holiday Israel Bond Committee, announc¬ ed that members of his commit'- tee would meet Wednesday, 8 p. m^ at the home of William Gqod- man, 61 Elastmoor Blvd. Thfe committee, which includes ushers under the leadership of Lou Berliner, will assist Mr. Schqttenstein In activity prior to the parlor meeting at his home Oct. 1, and during the High Holi¬ day Appeal. PLAYLET TOPEMlJflB PIONEEifS'raOORAM First meeting of Pioneer Wom¬ en, Group II, is Wednesday, 8:30 p. m„ at the Jewish Center. The program will include a playlet en¬ titled "Donor Doings." 'Taking part will bo the follow¬ ing members: Sonny Gurevitz, Jean Kisch, Mary Friedman, Fay Kaffeld, Helen Rosen, LilUan lissom. Music will be provided by Bea Betker. The hospitality chairmen, Mir¬ iam Paine and Ruth Frledenberg, will have as hostesses: Rose Halasz, Dorothy Brandt and Jean Klflch. At the some time, William Schlff, High Holiday chairman for Columbus, announced that Congregation Ahavas Sholom had agreed to hold its Appeal on Yom Kippur afternoon.' Sol Rising, president of the Congregation, made known the decision 'after a board meeting laat Sunday. Dr. Charles Young, president, and Louis M. Levin, board chair¬ man at Congregation Beth Jacob, are making plans for their con¬ gregation's' appeal on Kol Nldre night. Men invited to the Agudas Achim workers' meeting at Mr. Goodman's home Wednesday night include; Lou Berliner, Jack Belzer, How¬ ard Bronner, Irving Chasin, Man- MEMORIAL. BROADCASTS BY RABBI HARRY KAPLAN Rabbi. Harry Kaplan, director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Ohio State, will participate In a scries of memorial radio trib¬ utes for the late Dr. Bland L. Stradley, vice-president of the university. Rabbi Kaplan's address will be heard over station WOSU Wed¬ nesday, 8:30 a. m. ny Englander, Don Erkis, Ted Finkelstein, Dr. Ben Gertner, Dr. Ivan Gilbert, Jacob Gilbert, Ber¬ nard Gold, Stanley Goldberg, Louis Goldfarb. I. M. Horrls, Ben Kahn, Simon Kahn, Dr. Max Kanter, Arthur Katz, Harold Kayne, Jacob Krak- owitz, Abe Luper, Samuel Luper (president of the Congregation) Dave Levlson, Ell Levison,-Ijarry Maybruck, Robert Mellmaij, Mey¬ er Mellman, Herbert Mcizlish, Dr. Paul Meyer, Natb<ui Ncdelman, David Paine, Leonard Quinn, Louis Robins, Joseph Schecter, Sam Schlonsky, Howard Schoenbaum, Herman Schottenstein, Alvln Schottenstein, Leon Schotten¬ stein, Joseph L. Schwartz, Harry Schwartz, Abe Silverman, Louis Sher, Harry Sher, Fred Sllbcr- stein, Abe Wolman, Isadore Zel¬ din, Sol Zeldin. Joe Kass met with his Tifereth Israel Bond c6mmlttee Thursday night in the Cobey Memorial Li¬ brary at the Temple. The group is preparing for the parlor meet¬ ing at Mr. Kass's home Tuesday night, Sept. 24. Gerald Rips, presi¬ dent of the Men's Club of the Congregation, is the newest addi¬ tion to the committee. HYING DOLL' IS HADASSAH'S THEME Written by Esther Sher and directed and accompanied by Debbie Franklin, a n original musical play, "Hadassah's Living Doll," will feature Senior Hadas¬ sah's paid-up membership lunch¬ eon Tuesday, 12:80 p. m., at the Jewibh Center. Reservations are available ah4 can be made with Mrs. I. Free¬ man, BE. 5-5114, or Mrs. P. Feld¬ man, BE. 6-4141. Baby-sitting services will be provided by the Jewish Center. Mrs. Jack Wolman will submit the opening prayer. A luncheon prepared by the Hospitality committee, headed by Mrs. Jack GcUn, Mrs. Fred Ro¬ land and Mrs. Louis Adclman, will be served preceding the meeting. The following women will serve as hostesses: Mesdames Sam Lichtenstetn, Lee Freedman, Ralph Soble, Al Carroll. Sol Tobln, Edward Hy¬ man, Joseph Haas, Edward Lorn- bark, Joseph Swartz, Alvln Stone. Mesdames Murray Greenberg, Jack Kooperstein, Meyer Kyrtz, Harry Lakln, Isadore Avren, Irv¬ ing Chasin* I. Bender, Samuel La- vine, Samuel Lowenthal. Mesdames Mark Deltsch, Mar¬ tin Oilman, Lawrence Gordon, Lewis Levinson, Ernest LIndeck, Max Rothstein, Joseph Schaeffer. Albert Shaevltz, Leonard Carroll. Mesdames Paul Herwald, Jules Sokol. A. B. Than, Albert -Tyro- ler, Joseph Clayman, Jack Wal- lick, Louis Levy, D. B. Zuhl. Mrs. Gold of the Gold Catering Service will assist In the lunch¬ eon preparation. B^nai B^rith Women Tea at Governor's Manse Gov. and Mrs. C. William O'Neill have Issued a special in¬ vitation to members of B'nai B'rith Women to a tea at the Mansion, 358 N. Parkview Ave., Wednesday, 1-4 p. m. B'hol B'rith appeals to the hu¬ manitarian impulses through its non-sectarian philanthropic Insti¬ tutions, Its promotion of com¬ munity welfare projects and ser¬ vice programs for armed forces, RABBI ZELIZER ON TV FOR HOLIDAY PROOHAM Rabbi Nathan Zelizer and.Can¬ tor Irving Schreler of Temple Tifereth Israel, will present a high holiday program on Station WBNS-TV (10) Thursday, 1 p" m. disabled veterans, and members of the State Hospital. Recently a group- of women from Zion Chapter entertaihed 35 patients at the Veterans Hos¬ pital in Chillicothe.* B'nai B'rith Is a symbol of Truth, Light, Justice, Peace, Be¬ nevolence, Brotherly Love and Harmony. Through the untiring efforts of the vast membership of B'nai B'rith, the cries of humani¬ ty have been answered. New strength Is always need¬ ed .. . and what better method can be employed hy the Columbus Jewish community than by en¬ rolling in the largest Jewish Ser¬ vice Organization? Local women are invited to the MRS. DANZIG RAANANA GUEST TUESDAY Raanana's plans for its pre¬ miere showing of fall fashions will be consummated Tuesday evening at the Jewish CJenter. The meeting, which will feature a style show by Walz Dress Store, will begin at 8:30 p. m. Invitations have been sent to young matrons in the community. In tho event that someone baa not received an invitation, she la invited, ^Ithout ar reservation. Commentary for the style show will be by Mrs. Frank Nulls. Musical accompaniment will ba by Mrs. Jerry Goldfarb. " An added attraction vrill be the appearance of Mrs. Abraham Danzig of Kansas City. She la national viee-pi'esldent qf Miz- rachi Organization and serves on the Administrative Board of Nat- ipnal Ml^rachi. Columbus audiences have been thrilled by this versatile and challenging speaker who has been to Israel and has given gra¬ phic accounts of her experiences there. Mrs. Danzig served also as a delegate to the World Zionist Congress. While in Israel, she visited all the Mizrachl projects. The wife of Rabbi Abraham Danzig, she haJ9 always taken a leading role in religious education, bpth In hor local euid national communal life. Additional models for the show are Mickey Paris and L«is Gi¬ ve ts. opening meeting of the fall sea¬ son and meet with officers of both Zion and Candlelight Chap¬ ters oi B'nai B'rith. In the receiving lino will be Mrs. O'Neill, the first lady of of the B'nai B'rith family, Mrs. Milton Leeman, president of Dis¬ trict II; Mrs. Dorothy Yassenoff, president of Zion; Mrs. Herbert Feldman, president of Candle¬ light, and Mrs, Harry Kaplan of HUIel Foundation. Hostesses for the afternoon In¬ clude Mrs. Herbert Ehrlich and Mrs. Victor Ringer, hospitality co-chairmen; Mrs. B. B. Caplan, Mrs. I. W. Garek, Mrs. David Groodman, Mrs, I, M, Harris, and Mrs. Jack Schilling, past presi¬ dents of Zion; Mrs. Sol Braver- nick, Mrs. Alex Hirschi, Mrs. Jacob Krakowltz, Mrs. Stanley Million and Mrs. AHsn L, Meyer, new members of Zion .Chapter; Mrs. Albert J. Becker, lion's membership chairman, euid Mrs. Robert Goldberg, program chair¬ man of Zion chapter. CITIZENSHIP CLASSES NOW IN OPERATION Council of Jewish Women has opened new classes In English and Citizenship—Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7-9, at the Jewish Center. Day classes will be conducted at Livingston Ave. Elementary School at 1 p. m. those days. Registrdtlon started last Tues¬ day. BUCKEYE LODGE TD UUNGH NEW YEAR Buckeye Lodge^ is Inaugurating Its 1957-58 fund-raising campaign this week with a "50-50 drawing" which will be worth an estimated $900 in cash to the winner. Money raised through the sale of. tickets will be divided, with half going Into the Lodge's chari¬ ty fund and the other half going toward prize money. Of tho 50% to be used as prize money, 80% will be awarded as first prize; 25% will be second prize money, and 15% will be given as third prize. Martin Gold and Norman Fa- gin, Buckeye Lodge fund-raising cO'Chalrmen, estimate that appro¬ ximately $3000 will be collected, which will give $1500 to be divid¬ ed as prizes. Tho fund-raising drive, wihch marks the first such campaign Buckeye Lodge has attempted by Itself In Its two years of exist- once, win be climaxed with a drawing and Masquerade Ball Oct. 26. Admittance to the ball, to be h^ld at the Jewish Center, will bo $1.25 per person, and everyone must 'be In costume. In addition to door prizes to be given to persona holding lucky dance tickets, awards will also be made in a costume judging contest. The best matched couple will receive one bottle of champagne, another bottle to the most origin¬ al costume worn by a man, a third bottle to the most original¬ ly dressed woman, and a fourth bottle of champagne to the per¬ son wearing the most horrible costume. Refreshments will be served at the bail, according to Leonard Meyers, refreshments chairman. Buckeye Lodge members will be selling tickets, as well as tick¬ ets to the ball. Masquerade Ball tickets may/also be purchased at the ballroom door. ^cpratlons will be In charge of Jay QouJd. GALLERY TEENS' BACKSTAOERS — Front row. Jeff Kent (lights), Ellen Eiscnberg (costumes), Tina Brodsky (secretary), Jim Klass (publicity). Back row: Dick Bahr, Butch Meyers (set con¬ struction), Mickey Gallon (assistant director), Dinny Paine (scen¬ ery). Others, not pictured: Barbara Forman (props), Gall Green¬ berg (make-up), Alan Gorenstein (lights), Terry Thall (publicity), Irv Haas (sound), Marsha Berman (tickets). 'MADWOMAN OPENS TONIGHT" By ALFRED J. LUSSHEIM If you're still undecided how to spend this Saturday evening, or have nothing definite planned for a relaxing Sunday evening^ let us remind you once more that on both nights at 8:30, Gallery Teens aro presenting a great show, the French Comedir-dramei, "The Mad¬ woman Of Challlot," in the auditorium of tho Jewish Center You are not likely to regret spending 75c for a seat (or $1 if you're not a Center member), be¬ cause we don't find aWy other show advertised for this week¬ end which' promises- us as mucli in entertainment of more In a- musement value. The fact that virtually all the actors and actresses are appren¬ tices and members of the Cen¬ ter's teen-age drama group, does not reduce the qualities of a pro¬ duction which has been carefully prepared and tirelessly rehearsed during the last two months, un¬ der the direction of an experienc¬ ed showman, Gallery Players' Larry Kent. THE STORY OF eccentric Countess Aurelia (poftrayed with astonishing know-how and self- assurance by Lynn BarOsh, and her loyal entouarge (Carol Krei¬ selman, Judy Sterling and Linda Jenkins are outstanding as the auxiliary madwomen) is unlike any other In the history of mod¬ ern playwritlng. The dialogue lis always witty and sparkling, the oratory superb. The eloquent de¬ fense in absentia of the accused crlminsls by the rag picker (Gary Bloom) and his Ironic sympathy will not easily be forgotten. The play, was written by Jean Giraudoux as a dramatic comedy in prose but the Committee for Sound and Music has provided background music for the most Impressive-scenes In a manner which comes close to being an operatic score. Credit for unsel¬ fish assistance must go to the composers Richard Straus, Arnold Sehoenberg, Glan-Carlo Menottl. Vaughn Williams, Claude De¬ bussy and Dimitrl Tlomkin un¬ der the brilliant baton of your reporter, A. L. Come and watch this amazing spectacle unfold, meet us on the terrace of the Cafe Francis, fol¬ low us to the rocky underground meeting place (complete with fourjHaster and cooking stove) of the conspirators and join a tea party as bizarre and comical as the trial scene and the procession of the doomed through the hid¬ den passage way down into the fragrant sewers of Paris. Enjoy with us the budding romance of Pierre (saved from drowning in the river Seine) and the pretty waitress Irma, climaxing In a completely unrehearsed kiss which brings down the curtain on the happy youngsters and their shrewdly scheming spon¬ sor, t^c maybe not so mad, but admirable, Madwoman of Chail< lot. DIRECTOR KENT BJ'S PARENTS GROUP TO MEET MONDAY EVENING The Parents Group of Beth Jacob Religious School will meet Monday, 8:30 p. m„ In the social hall of the synagogue. Robert Kurtzman, newly-ap¬ pointed educational director of the school, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Charles Young will read the. opening prayer. Refreshments will be served, with Mrs. Wm. Bless, Mra. Ger¬ ald Rosen and Mrs. Jack Schach- ter as hostesses. PRE-SOHOOL PARENTS IN FIRST MEETING The Parents Group of the Jew¬ ish Center Pre-School will meet for the first time this season, Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., at the Center. The meeting will give allJthe parents an opportunity to rpeet one another, the staff of the Pre- School and the officers of the group. Refreshments will be i B'NAI B'RITH REHEARSAIy SCHEDULED TUESDAY First rehearsal for B'nai B'rith's production, "Great Dough on Earth," will be at the Center Tuesday, 8:30 p. m. Anyone inter¬ ested in being a member of the cast, or In helping behind the scenes, Is invited to participate. Nate Coopersmlth, active in community dramatics*, will direct the production. Anyone who can't attend fhe first rehearsal biit Is Interested In ZIon Chapter's production to be G^ven^Oct. 3, should contact Mrs. Robert Goldberg, program ctialr- man, B£J. 1-6948.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-09-13|
|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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