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VlMv I 1 Tl'JlDI'l03natIi' -L 1 'Ai^ 2rO^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community "QWK Vol 35, No. 22 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957 39 °Vn°j'j.:?.h'"ia';.'ir" PLANNEIIS — Making final arrangements for Beth Jacob a annual June dance arc thc> above seated Dr Mitchell Goodman, Sam Komcssar, Harold Tlshkoff; standing — Gerald Rosen, Isa¬ dore Rosen, Isadore Sussman, Leonard Schwartz. The dance is next Saturday night In the socjial hall of Beth Jacob Synagogue. A full-course dinner will be served, dance music will be by Bob Marvin's orchestra and prizes and audience-participation games arc planned. Table reservations can be made by contacting Sam Komcs¬ sar, BE. 6-379Q, or Dr. Mitch Goodman, BE. 5-5155. Cost is $4 per couple. Knesset Debate on Doctrine Delayed; Seek Compromise JERUSALEiM, (JTA) An Is¬ rael Government policy declar¬ ation on the Eisenhower Doc¬ trine, which waa scheduled to kick off a Parliamentary debate, was postponed here at the very laat mpnrient. The declaration will be made next week. It is believed that difficulties among member parties .of the coalition government weis respon¬ sible for the -xlelay. The leftist Mapam and Achdut Avodah groups still insist pn voting a- gainst the government's policy, despite their membership in the Cabinet, while other parties de¬ mand they respect the principle LOCAL VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE HONORS Thirty-two vounteers who serv¬ ed at the Jewish Center 1()0 hours or more diirlng the past year were among those honored at the Volunteer Recognition Serv¬ ice tea Sunday May Ifl at the YWCA. The event was sponsored jointly by the Junior League and the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Columbua. The volunteers work through the Volunteer Service Bureau, a department of the Councii of So¬ cial Agencies, The Volunteer Service Bureau, now four years old, waa estab¬ lished as a separate department of the Council In 1956. Mlsa Helen Bowers is director. Mrs. Albert Blank is president of the advisory committee to the bureau. Volunteers range from volun¬ teer drivers, clerical workers, re- cepUonista, typists, friendly visi¬ tors and group leaders, to chlld- carc helpers, craft teachers and public health nurse aldca. Mayor M. E. Sensenbrenner presented awards to the following Jewish Center workers: Richard Abel, Harry Berlin, Mrs. Albert Blank. Mra. David Blue, Dr. Jack Brahms, Norman Cohen. Harry Binke, Irv Flox, Mrs. Alex Gingold, Mrs. PhlUp Gold. David Goldsmith, Norman Gure- viU. Jack Holzemer, Mrs, Harold Ka.yne, Larry Kent, Mrs. Doro- • thy Letow, Irving L«voy, Mrs. Walter Levy. Mrs. Beryl Oscr, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pinaky, Mrs. Walter Rob¬ inson, Jonas Rosenthal, Al Rosen, Mrs, Theodore Schmidt ' Mrs. Lawrence Shankman, Mrs. Richard Stein, Bemie Sully, Irv Topy, Mrs. Jerry Weiner, A. I. Yenkin, Joe Zimmerman. of "collective responsibility" o,f all coalition parties for any policy accepted by the majority. A com- prpmlse formula is expected to emerge during the week. In a morning meeting before the Knesset met, the Mapam of¬ fered Its version of a compro¬ mise : that Mapam members in the Cabinet abstain on a vote of confidence but that all other Ma¬ pam deputies be permitted to vote against the policy. The Ma¬ pai turned it down. It was after this njeetlng that Ben Gurion de¬ cided to delay his policy declar¬ ation. Charges voiced in the Moscow press that Israel's adherence to the principles of the Elsenhower Doctrine meant that the Jewish State had joined the "anti-Soviet military alliance" were rejected by sources close to the Israel CJovemment, Those sources point¬ ed out that in Israel's statement announcing Identification with the doctrine. It was stressed that Israel was determined to refrain from aggressive action and that Israel desired friendly relations with any like-minded nation. T. I. CONFIRMATIONS SUNDAY MORNING Rabbi Nathan Zellfeer will con¬ duct Confirmation sprvices at Temple Tifereth Israel Sunday, 10 a. m. The confirmanda will present an original cantata, "AnI Maamin The Faithful Shall A- bound With Blessings." with tra¬ ditional holidays and cercmoniaLs as Its theme. Confirmation certificates will be presented by the co-chairmen of the Temple's Committee on Education. Albert Blanli and Ira Mon roc. Confirmation bibles will be pre¬ sented by David Goldsmith, president of the Congregation. A reception will follow the service. Membera of the 1957 Confirma¬ tion Class are as follows: Ellen, dauRhtcr of Mr. ond Mrs. William Appolbflum, 4783 McAtllsIer Ave., Jn^cc Cairoll, dfluRhter of Mr. and Mrs. Edfrnl- Bai'hmann, 3()5 S Virginia Lee Rd. I..ynn Carol, duughler of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Barash. 1045 GerrH Avf, Myra .Joy. daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. Juck Brahms, 'iao-l Sherwood nd. Alleen Krnnces. dnughtPr of Dr. and Mrs. Irvln Brenner, 241 S. Ard more Rd; tjayie Ellen, dnughter of Dr. and Mth Bernard B, Caplan, 92 S. Casslngham Rd. Linda Faye, daughter of Mr. and Mi-s. Joseph Dnvis, 2815 Dale Ave; Ten-y Alnn. son of Mr, und Mrs, Leonard Dlrhter. 217 -S. Harding Rd. Dtna FInum. daughlei' of Mr, and Mrs. -Samuel ¦ Flaum. 774 MontrnsG Aye: Kriward Leo, .son of Dr and Mrs. Milton Goodman. 257 S. Ca.sslng- ham Rd. Brufe Edwin, son of Mr. an<] Mrs. Samuel f;re<'n. 969 Kenwlck Rd: Janice T . ilauKhler nf Mr. nnd Mis. Phillip Katz. 2468 .Seneca Park PI. Sharon Fern I.evlno. daughlei of Mr. nnd Mrs. Abraham Flicker. 3t>4 N. Diexel Ave: Stephen ('harlOR. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Burton Levitt, 104 S. SUnwood Rd. Stephen Anthony, son uf Mr, and Mrs. Jack Sheldon Levy, 270'i Co¬ lumbua Ave: Barbara Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Paine, 4K S. Diexel Ave. Marvin Jttcl. son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel ¦ Paine. 389 S. Merkle Rd; Susan Eve. dauKhtfr of Mr. nnd Mrs. Morris Paine, 273 S. Roosevelt Ave Ann Louise, dauKhler of Mr. and Mrs, j. Nuthiin Polster. 40 S. Stan¬ wood Rd: Louis Rohert. son of Mr and Mrs, Lawrence W. Polstej, 2459 Powell Ave. Sandor Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs Martin J. Polslt-r. 258 S. Stanwood Rd; Sharon Peyji-V. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ruben. 2785 Bexley Park Rd- I. Howard, son of Mr. nnd Mrs Edward Srhlczlnner. 271.1 Bryden Rd; llarvev Bruce, Kon of Mr, un<] Mrs. Harold SU'«<'lman, 3185 Broad¬ moor Ave. Lester Haivev, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillip Slobln. 164 S StitnA-ood Rd: Stephen Alan, son of Mr and Mli Oscar Smitack. 895 Vernon Rd. Bruce Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs, Hurry Topolosky. 2532 Fair Ave; Ar¬ lene Ju'dllh, dnuKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Muriay Topy. 766 Vernon Rd. Robyn Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wasserstrom. 2411 Fair Ave; Rodney Harry, .son of Mr. ond Mrs, Sidney Wa.s.'ierHlrom. 2648 Bry den Rd, JOINT INSTALLATION — Above are the 1957- 58 officers of Capitpl Post 122, Jewish War Vet¬ erans, and Auxiliary. Left to right: Mrs. Max Trager. 2nd vice-president; Mrs, Herman Eisen¬ man, 1st vice-president., Mrs. Israel Berliner, president of jWVA; Louis Ackerman, Commander of Capitol Post; Meyer Hoffman, Senior vice-Com¬ mander; David Beckman, Junior vice-Commander, LONDON, (JTA) — A Soviet broadcast in Arable charged that the United States will spend a major portion of tho Elsenhower Doctrine funds to arm Israel. Beamed from Moscow to the Arab countries in the Middle East, the broadcast said: "The United States Intends to spend large sump of the Elsenhower Doctrine funds on arming Israel." The Russian propaganda alleged that $122,000,000 out of the $200,- 000,000 allocated for aid under the Eisenhower Doctrine will be offered .to Israel." The Soviet broadcast attacked* the Elsenhower Doctrine and claimed that Israel has been se¬ lected to serve as "the gendarme of the imperialists" In the.Mid¬ dle Blast, "It la known," it said, "that when Egypt, which is threatened by Israeli aggression, asked the United States to give her arms, ahe waa refused. The United States does not send wea¬ pons to Syria, which Is adopting a neutralist policy. Instead. A- merican arms are flowing to those who accept orders from the United States." HILLKL LEADERS ON TV PROCiKAM TOMORROW Rabbi Harry Kaplan, director of the B'nai B'rith Hlllel Foun¬ dation, and Rabbi I_rf?ster A. Se¬ gal, associate director, will joint¬ ly discuss basic phases of Juda¬ ism on WBNS-TV this Sunday, 2-2:30 p. m.. on the Columbua Churches program. BRANCH 4 NAMES OFFICERS FOU NEW SEASON Cerebral Palsy Branch 4 of Co¬ lumbus and Franklin County re¬ cently Installed new officers and committee chairmen: Mrs, Morris Bender, president Mrs. Morrey Cohen, vice-presi¬ dent; Mra. Sam Lavine, secreta¬ ry; Mrsj Harold Feinsteln, treas¬ urer. Chairmen include: Mra. Abe Zacks, publicity; Mrs. Harry Ber¬ lin, membership; Mrs. Polly Dav¬ is, tajc stamp; Mrs, Al Skolnlk, clinic; Mrs, Saul Levy, remem¬ brance. LOCAL T. I. WOMEN RECEIVE HONORS Mrs. Fred Roland, past presi¬ dent of Tifereth larael Sister¬ hood, was elected treasurer of the Ohio-Kentucky Region of the National Women's League o f United Synagogue. The group held elections at Its annual con¬ ference In Cincinnati last week. In addition to Mrs. Roland, T. I. Sisterhood had another hon¬ ored member, Mrs. William Wa.i- serstrom, who received an honor¬ ary president's pin for her work in helping to organize the Ohio- Kentucky Region. Most inspiring feature of the three-day conference was a youth workshlp, which had as Its main speaker and panelist The Nat¬ ional United Synagogue Youth preaident, Gerald Zelizer, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Nathan Zelizer. Tho workshpp was planned by Mrs. Harry Getz, regional youth chairman Representing the Columbus Sis¬ terhood at the conference were Mrs. Jack Schilling, president; Mrs. Richard Lleberman, vice- president; Mrs, Harry Getz, Mrs. Fred Roland and Mrs. William Wasserstrom, all past presidents of T. I. Sisterhood. Special guests at the youth workshop were Gerald Zellzer's mother and grandmother. Mrs. Nathan Zelizer and Mrs. Simon Handler. Candlelight 888 to Meet Next Week Next meeting of Candlelight Chapter 888 of B'nal B'rith will be at the Jewish Center Thurs¬ day. 8:30 p. m. In addition to the regular business meeting, reports will be given by Mrs. Herbert Feldman and Mrs. David Brown, official delegates to the B'nai B'rith Women District 2. conven¬ tion. Rabbi Nathan Zolizer will be guest speaker. His topic: "What the Summer Holds in Store for Us In the Way of Recreation." Rabbi Zelizer will suggest ways to spend lelsurt? houra during summer and make use of local recreation facilities. MID8UMMEK MITZVAJI IS SCHEDULED JULY 15-14 Plans are being made for the fifth annual Mldsunimer Mltzvah, sponsored by the Young Adult Planning Committee of the Jew¬ lah Center, Benton Block and Ronnie Benjamin are co-chair¬ men of the event, which will be held July 13-14, Bob Marvin and- his orchestra will play for the dance. BEE JAYS ELECT Beth Jacob Brotherhood has elected thesie officers for 1957-68- year: president, Dr. .Mitchell Goodman; 1st vlce-prea., Sam Komessar; 2nd vice-pres., Gerald Rosen; third vlcc-prea.. Arnold Levine; treas., Sid Wolpert; cor. soc'y, He^rold Tlshkoff; rec. aec'y, Isadore Sussman. HAHN HONORED BY AZA CHAPTER lOS AZA #155 .announce that Alan Hahn has been awarded the "Pop Dworkln" Memorial Award. The award was given at the B'nal B'rith elections held May 21, given to the outstanding mem¬ ber of the year. AZA is also sending si^ boys to the IMatrlct No. 2 convention at DePauw Univeraity, Greencastle, Ind., June 24-29. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL PICNIC Agudas Achim Religious School'a picnic, orlginallyf ached- uled on May 19, was postponed because of inclement weather and will be held this Sunday, at Nor¬ wood Park, 1-5 p, m. > The Brotherhood will furnish ice cream and soft drinks and ch|ldren are asked to bring their own picnic baskets. A special sec tion of the park has been espcc' ially reserved for tke picnic. MR. YASSENOFF Heads Reception For McKeldin Leo Yassenoff is chairman of the reception committee which will welcome Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin to Columbus June 10. The Maryland chief executive addresses a Ninth Anniversary of Israel dinner at 7 o'clock that night in the Victorian Room of the -Deshler-Hilton Hotel. Leonard J, Stern Is dinner chairman of the affair whoso beneficiary will be the Bonds for Israel campaign. Mr, Yassenoff and members of the reception committee will in¬ troduce guests to Governor Mc¬ Keldin at a Reception to be held in the Deshler Hilton. Room 307, 5:30 p. m. Ted W. Brown, Secretary of State and William Saxbe, Attor¬ ney General of Ohio are the lat¬ est public officials who .have In¬ dicated their intention to be pres¬ ent at the dinner for the popular Governor of Maryland. Other prominent community figures who will join the Jewish community In celebrating Israel's Ninth Anniversary Include Mayor M. E. Sensenbrenner, Frod J. Milllgan. Preston Wolfe, J. A. Shawan. Don E. Weaver and George Smallsreed Sr, Meanwhile, William Goodman and Dr. Ivan Gilbert, community bond leaders, announced that a "Golden Book" will be presented to Gov. McKeldin, containing names of everyone In Columbus who subscribes for an Israel De¬ velopment Bond In honor of the Governor's visit here and In cele¬ bration of Israel's Ninth Anni¬ versary. The following make up the dinner and steering committee: Dr. B, W, Abramson. Albert (contlDDed on pmge 8) PIONEERS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS I^ast wwk at the Fort Hayes Hqtel. Pioneer Women of Club 11 installed newly-elected officers through a shower of songs, sung by Mrs. Harry Rnffcld, Mrs. Ger¬ ald Rosen and Mrs. Freda Levine. Mrs. Molly Bloch presented each of the following with a cor¬ sage of rosea: President. Mrs. Harold Hlllson; Ist vice-pres., Mrs. Samuel Hahn; 2nd vice-pres., Mrs. William Kisch; Srd vice-pres., Mrs. Na¬ than Lessem. and her co-chair¬ man, Mrs. Otto Neubaurer; fi¬ nancial sec'y: Mrs. Sam Brandt; corr. sec'y. Mrs. Robert Freed¬ man; recording sec'y. Mrs. San¬ ford Betker: treas., Mrs. Harry Mellman; publicity chairman, Mrs. Walter Levy, The newly-appointed chairmen of the board are: Board dues, Mrs. Leo Cohen; Budget and Prayers, Mrs. Isadore Sussman; Sunshine. Mrs. Sam Gurevitz; Hospitality, Mrs. David Paine and Mrs. James Freiden- berg; Trees. Mrs. Morton Rosen. Bonds, Mrs. William Kisch; Telephone, Mrs. Joe Rosen; Tax JStamps. Mrs. Jerome Bloomfield; Jewish National Fund, Mrs. Jack Shaucet; Council, Mrs. Harold Hlllson. Mrs. William Kisch, Mrs. David Paine. Remembrance. Mrs. Ben Sch¬ wartz; Sick Committee, Mrs. Harry Delman, Mra. Dave Gaiser, Mrs. Ernest Halasz, Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Edward Stein; Child Rescue, Mrs. Gerald Rosen. American Affairs, Mrs. Harry Freedman; Israeli Affalra, Mrs. Henry Sterling; Hlstadrut. Mrs. Samuel Hahn; Blood Donor, Mra. Lewis Stein; Gift Shop, Mrs. James Freidenberg, and Bulletin, Mra. Max Bloch. BA5IEBALL PROJECT Raanana Chapter will sponsor a "baseball night" next Saturday at Jet Stadium, with proceeds to aid children of Israel. Game time is 8 p. m., and the Jets' opposition will be Toronto. Reserved tickets , are available from any Raanana member, at $1.50 ea£h, For tickets or' more details, call Mrs. Robert Howard, BE. 6-82S8. YIDDISH MOVIE 8UNDAV The Friendship Club will pre¬ sent the movie "Tkies-Kliaf" Sunday, 8 p. m., at the Jewish Center. It's a portrayal ot Yid¬ dish life, based on the back¬ ground of ancient Vllno. Tickets are 75c. CANTOR ISRAEt. TABAT8KY TO APPEAR AT TEMPLE Cantor Israel Tabatsky of War¬ ren, O., will present a program of liturgical and traditional music at Temple Israel Monday, 8 p. m.. at the Temple. The com.munlty Is invited. CORRECTION The B'nal B'rith Zion Lodge 62 dance, at Winding Hollow Coun¬ try Club, has been changed from June 8 to June 22, 8:30 p. m. SUMMER HEETINO, TEA The Jeffrey Mansion will be the scene of the annual summer meeting and tea of Columbus Chapter of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis Univer¬ sity. It's Wednesday, June 19. HEBREW SCHOOL OIX)SE8 Regular Hebrew School clailses will be held Monday, but will be closed tbe rest of the week (Tues¬ day, Wednesday, Thun4sy>, Irt connection with the obaervonee of the festival of Shavuoth. U'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-05-31|
|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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