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3f\Q^^^'^'"g Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community ^^AK. ill Vol. 35, No. 33 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1957 3<J D*vot«d lo American and Jswifh Idaali BACKSTAGE WITH GALLERY PLAYERS BV AL LUSSHEIAf The Paris which (s s&vod from destruction by the "Madwoman of Chaillot" ts tie fantastic and drc&m-Hke as the actton and the characters of the play Gallery Teens are rehearsing: and prepar¬ ing for productfon on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14-10, at the Jewish Center. The part of Paris called "Chail¬ lot" rc^mbles nothing that one reads about In the guide books about the wonder of the French capital. It l8 pbpulated by characters who ficetn to have more than three dimensions. The quality of mystic unreality about them is often charming and somettmes nightmarish, and the situation frequently hilarious. To bring such shadowy marion¬ ettes to life is difficult for ex¬ perienced actors, more so for adult amateurs, but doubly so for teen-agers. Leading characters In the play are portrayed by the following: The Countess (Madwoman), by Lynn Baraah, aged i^p. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WM. J. Baraah, 1046 Geers Ave. The Ragpicker, Gary Bloom, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A, Bloom, 184. S. Stanwood. Bernle Bornsteln, 15, son of Mr, and Mrs. Phil Bornsteln, 200 S. Harding, la the president. The three other madwomen are: Constance, by Karel Kreisel¬ man, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kreiselman, 3 9 4 N. Roosevelt; Gabrlelle. by Judy Sterling, 15, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Sterling; Josephine. by Linda. Yenkin, 16. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Abe Yenkin. , The waitress la by Joyce Bach- mann, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bachmann; Pierre, her lover, by Steve Gallen. 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gal¬ len; the prospector, by Jay Rlpps, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rippa. Others in the cast include Evan Kress, 17, aa the broker I Jim Klasg, 16, the sewer man; Bens- ti GeJln, 15. the waiter; Judy Slef i, 14, the street atrvjer;-Andrea G - enstein, 12, the flower girl; R •- ert Berman 13, the "little man." Larry Schkolnik, 16, the baron; Bonnie Simons, 14, the blonde; Marsha Berman, 16, the brunette; Lila Kent, 12, the deaf mute; Ros- Jyn Kirkel, 16, the peddler; Chas. Einhorn, 14, Dr. Jadin; Ronnie Bobbins. 17.^ the doorman; Danny Paine. 16, the policeman; Stu Op¬ penhelmer, 16, the sergeant. The presidents: Carol Michael- son, 15, and Tina Brodsky, 16. The prospectors: Evy Simon, 15, and Gienda Schottenstein, 14. '¦ The press agents: Terry Thall, 13; Marsha Seligson, 14, and Das- ha Steiner, 13. The ladles: Ellen ElSenberg, 14; Donna Sowalsky, 13, and Gall Greenberg, 17. The Adolph Bertauts: Barbara Kaufman, 16; Allcft Shenker, 14. and Marsha Feuer, 13. Larry K<Jnt Is directing, with Mickey Gallen aa assistant. MR. KASS Bonds Chairman Joseph F. Kass, business and community leader, la the 1957 chairman of the Temple Tifereth Israel High Holiday larael Bond Committee, William Schlff, chair¬ man of High Holiday Appeals announced. Mr. Kass la organizing a Tem¬ ple committee which will work out arrangements for the appeal at Tifereth Israel, which will take place on Roah Hashanah. A par- Mr meeting al Mr. Kass's hom^, will be held Sept. 24. • • • Mrs. Albert Blank, 381 S. Co¬ lumbia Ave., la chairman of the Chen Committee of the Bonds for larael Organization,-Dr. Ivan Gil¬ bert and William Goodman an¬ nounced. (Chen is the women's organiza¬ tion of Bonds for Israel, named for the woman's army of Israel that works through the bond campaign to build Israel's eco¬ nomic strength and independence. The 12 "Chen Charms," earned by women who participate in Chen activities, ia the basic componerit of ita program.) Mrs. Blank will be hostess at a tea at her honne for all Chen workers Thut-sday, Sept. 19. RKIJOIOUS issrE new'YORK, 'AJP) -' The A- merican Civil Liberties Union, re¬ versing Its prcvioua stand, an¬ nounced hero this week ita oppo¬ sition to the' inclusion of ques¬ tions about religion or religious affiliation. In the 1960 Federal census. ' AlbC 13 HAS IVIJEETING AT HOME OF MKS. STEIN Mrs. Rita Cohen, newly-elected president of ARC 13 (Aid for Re¬ tarded Children), will preside at the first meeting of the new sea¬ son at the home of Mra. Edward Stein, Kumier Dr., Tuesday eve¬ ning, Aug. 27. Plans will be- formulated for a card party to bo held at the Jew¬ ish Center in September. NOBLES CO-SPONSORS OF PATIO DANCE THURSDAY The Nobles, In co-operation with Teen-Age Council, will pre¬ sent "Dancing Under The Stars" Thursday, on the patio behind the pool at the Jewish Center, 8:30-11 p. m. NURSERY SCHOOL IN TENTH SEMESTER Tlferetb Israel Nursery School ic again registering children for the coming season. Many of the children who attended the sum¬ mer session willbe returning, and new ones will be added to the group. Aims of the Nursery School arc: 1. To train the total personality of the Jewish child from 2 to 5 age to grow into a happy, Inte¬ grated adjustment to American Jewish life. 2. To impart to the child In Its most formative years, necessary and useful information through games, plays, music, stories, dramatizations and handwork, 3. To awaken love of. and ap¬ preciation for, American d(;mo- craoy and Jewish Ideals. 4. To develop on the child's level, proper motor skills, desir¬ able habits. latent gifts and the ability to get along with othera. 6. To prepare the child for later school life. The program Includes: sabbath and holiday celebrations, drama¬ tization of bible storiea, play¬ ground activitiea, guided work and play periods, mld-mbrnlng snacks and hot, nourishing lunches on Friday. Applications are now being taken by Mrs. Bertha Kraus, who is at the Bchooi every morning 9 to 1 p. m. Enrollment is limit¬ ed, Appointments are not necea- oary. Phone the Temple office. CL. 8-9536. AID TO JEWS IS SHOWN IN JOG STATISTICS The Joint Distrll^utlon Commit- too, major American agency aid¬ ing distressed ^ews abroad and a beneficiary of the Columbua Unit¬ ed Jewish, Fund, provided assist¬ ance to 183,075 needy Jews In Is¬ rael. Europe and the Moslem world, Including thousands of re¬ fugees from totalitarianism and terror, the Eleventh Annual Issue bf tho JDC Statistical Abstract, issued laat week, discloses. More than 100,000 were Jews In the Moslem world, wliere one of every five Jews continued to re¬ ceive JDC's help. Those included men, women and children In Al¬ geria, Iran, Morocco (including the former French and Spanish zones and Tangier) and Tunisia. In a forword to the Abstract, Moses A. Leavttt, JDC executive vice-chairman, notes that "In 1956. JDC not only had to con¬ tinue Its 'normal' program in 25 countries, but It also had to pro¬ vide emergency aid to some 14.- 400 new refugees from Hungary and Egypt who arrived In Aus¬ tria, France and Italy during November and December." Malben Assistance The foreword indicates that JDCs 1956 activities called for appropriations of more than $30,- 000,000. Funds for JDC's overseas relief, rescue and reconstruction programs ate provided chiefly by American Jews through the na¬ tionwide campaigns of the United Jewish Appeal. The Statistical Abstract, pre¬ pared by tho JDC Research De¬ partment under the direction of Dr. Boris Sapir, also indicates the continued asslstanco provided by Maif>en, the J13C welfare pro¬ gram on behalf of aged, ill and handit^appod newcomers to Israel. In 1956 tho program aided 16- 686 men, women and children In a network of old-age homes, hos¬ pitals, sanitaria, sheltered work¬ shops and other inatitutions throughout tho Jewish state, as w.ell as through more than 780 rcconatruction loans. Among thoae receiving aid were more than 8,800 receiving Institutional care and 580 who wore employed In sheltered workships. A total of 34,160 persons receiv¬ ed aid in Israel, the Abstract shows, including more than J2,- 000 who were assisted through JDC's cultural and religious pro¬ grams, and 5,467 who received vo¬ cational training in workshops of ORT (the Organization for Re¬ habilitation Through Training). Training Through OUT In ail, JDC help provided vo¬ cational training through ORT to nearly 21,000 in a dozen coun¬ tries. Other JDC assistance in¬ cluded the distribution of U. S. Department of Agriculture Ijur- plua fooda to 85,210 men, women and children. The dlatrlbutlon in¬ cluded a total of 4,779.675 poynds. valued approximately at 1015,114. Since the end of the war JDC has shipped some 244,630.290 pounds of purchased and con¬ tributed commodities to needy Jews in all parts of the world. Among thoae receiving JDC aid during 1956 in all parts of the world, the Abstract notes, were: cash relief, 21,770; feeding, 70,640; homes for the aged, 5,760; medi¬ cal care, 1575; aid to children and youiit i>eople, 6,310; cultural and religious assistance, 98.906; and reconstruction loans, 5.593, totalling $2,167,698. A separate table in the Ab¬ stract indicates the scope of JDC's emergency program on be¬ half of refugees from Egypt and Hungary during the first three montha of 1957. Countries In which needy Jews received aid during 1056 in¬ cluded Austria, Belgium, France. Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway. Portugal, Spain, Sweden. Switzer¬ land and Yugoslavia in Europe; Algeria, Iran. Morocco. Tunisia and other areas in the Moslem world; and Israel. HADASSAH'S BEN-GURION GREETS TOURISTS Above right are Ayalah Barclay of Toronto and Judy Cogen of Cleveland, who recently visited Israel with the HiatAdrut-aponsored tour. Tho photo was taken during reception for the 62 members of the American and Canadian Hlstadrut group at tho Government House in Jerusalem. David Ben-Gurion, who greeted the young visitors, expressed the wish that young Amerlcari Jewlah adults would come to Israel to c( -itlnue thei.r studies and to help in the upbuilding of tbe young State. In the background ia aecn Isaac Hamlin, director of the Amerlcan- Hlstadrut Center In Tel Aviv, who Introduced the American visitors to Prime Minister Ben-Gurlon. HIGHLIGHTS ^ ^ABBI DAVID STAVSKY IS ELECTED SHftiTUAL LEADER AT BETU JACOB I..ouIh M. Le\in, president of Beth Jacobls>'nagogue, an- nouncen that Rabbi David Stavmky of New Vork was unanl- moUHly eleirt4Ml Hplrltual lender of lieth Jacob Congregation, at a Hpeciol hoUNe meeting held In^t .Sunday. iQahhl Stavfiky Is a ^;raduate of Rabbi Isaju* Elchonim yfwh4vah innd he 1h highly recommeJid^-d by the high authorltieH of YetihtVali I'niverBlly. ^ 2 He will asHume hlK duties an rahbi of Beth Jacob on Sept. I. ^ RAANANA'S MEMBERSHIP DRIVE TO END WITH FALL STYLE SHOW ON SEPT. 17 Committee for Raanana's pre¬ mier style show have been nam¬ ed. Betty Romanhof, president of the organijatlon. announced this week. The membor-ship drive, which will culminate in a show¬ ing of Fall styles presented by Walz Dress Store, will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. 17. Gen¬ eral chairman of the affair is Hannah Selinger. Her commit¬ tees are as follows; Phone, Sadie Stern; co-chair¬ man of membership. Edith Coh¬ en; Invitations. Celia.Cohen; hos¬ pitality, Polly Greenberg and Re¬ gina Kayne; decorations. Ruth Seidemann, Joan Ungar. Jodie Saunders; publicity, Thelma Nu¬ lla. Invitations are being sent to young Jey/iah matrons in the community. Refreshments and social hour will follow the show. w)iich begins at 8:30 p. m. Members of the group arc being selected to model the latest in Fall fashions. Anyone wanting to be a model should call Hannah Sellnger. BE. 5-5232. Raanana, an affiliate of Nat¬ ional Mizrachl Women of Ameri¬ ca, is devoted to child restoration and support of thousands of homeless, and orphaned children Over 48 projects, including schools, campa, trade and voca¬ tional schools receive their ^ sup¬ port from organizations such as Raanana. Child welfare and educational training ia their prime purpose. Once a child's physical needs arc met. Mizrachl tenda to Ua emot¬ ional and mental needs by pro¬ viding tho youhgater with a home atmoaphere and educational and religious training. Much in the aome manner as we mothers rear and foatof our young, the many mothers of the Mizrachl movement take the count losa numbers of children ahd provide them with the type of care which la aa closely related to individual fiupervlaion. ;x3»K3aM3cau( EUGENE WEISS TO PARTICIPATE IN ISRAEL'S WORLD MACCABIAN GAMES DONOR DINNEU MEETING The Donor Dinner committee of the Columbua Chapter of Hadas¬ sah will meet Monday morning, 9:45. at the home of Mrs. Norman Melzlish. 2730 Fair Ave. All com¬ mittee members are urged to at¬ tend. Hadassah began its 1957-58 membership campaign with an evening meeting Aug. 14 at the home of the vice-president in charge of membership, Mrs. Harry Getz, 2703 Sherwood Rd. Mrs. Charles Talis and Mrs. Jack PaJestrant, chairmen of the membership campaign, announc¬ ed that HADASSAH WEEK. which Is a concentrated- member- Bhlp drive, will begin Monday. Those at the meeting were shown a film, "It (Z^uld Happen To You," a rewarding story of Hadassah. Captains and workers at the meeting were: Mesdames Reuben Abramson, Al Blank, Harold Golden. Pfaul Meyer, Louis Schlezinger, Don Shusterman, Ben Sussman, Mesdames Louis Adelman. Myer Kurtz, Al Carroll. Murray Qallan, Martin GMman.. Sam Ir¬ vine, B. Lee Skilken, Alvln Stone. ^teadamea I. I. Cabakoff, Rob¬ ert Friedman, Lawrence Ckirdon, Frank Nutla. Frjed Roland, San¬ ford Timen. Mesdamoa Aaron Epstein, Wal¬ ter Abramson, Bernard • Frank. Norbert Kruger, Max Rothstein, Abe Yenkin. Mosdames Richard Golden. R. J. Groban. Norman Arndt. Rich¬ ard Fisher, Herman Gelchman, Jay (jould, Abe Wolman. Mesdames Moe Hirsch, Henry Leivin, Harry Schwartz, Albert Tyroler, Sidney Tyroler, George Ungar. <> Mesdames Si Kahn. Morris Boster, Aaron Kahn. Horace Le- man, Arthur Meizlish, Ed Stan, Jack Swartz. Mesdames Harold Kayne, Gary Kerstein, Herbert Melxlish, Jos¬ eph Schaeffer, Howard Schoen- baiun, Sanford Topolosky, Ray¬ mond Wells, Alvln Worley. Mesdames Harry Kollus. Sam Luper, Richard Ueberman, Sam Cohen, Sol Eisenman, Seymour Gorchoff. Isadore Rosenwasaer. Albert^ Shkolnick. Mesdames Raymand Nateman, Phillip Bornsteln, Albert Ester- kin, Mitchell Rosen, Louis Shill¬ ing, Maurice Sher, Jack Stone. Mesdames Jack Sohacter, Fred Fischer, Milton Glas, J. Dudley Glick, Sanford Upson, Ernest Stem, Meyer Zukerman. Mesdames Jesse Shapiro, Kurt Thomas, Ben Sbafron, Lazar Birener. Louis (3blden, Phillip La¬ kin, Herman Selgel, Hy Stone, Abe Zacks. Mesdames Sam Valcov, Isadore Avren, Hal Blue, David Clayman, Sanford Cohen, Roy Stone, Nate Zeff. Mesdames Hy Weinberg, Edgar Bachman. Lee Freedman, Ben Grossman, Sam Paine. . Eugene Weiss, assistant physical education director at the Columbus Jewish Center, will be participating in the Fifth World Maccabian games field in Israel. Sept- 15-24. It will be the second consocutive lime Weiss will have performed in the Maccablah. In 1953, he competed against the best for Jewish wrestlers repreaentlng England, France, Brazil, South Africa, Canada, India, Ceylon, Algeria and Australia, and became the world champion niiddleweight wrestler. 5 The United Statea Committee for Sports In Israel has se¬ lected outstanding Jewish athletes to compete In' track and field, basketball, swimming, fencing, wrestling, tennla, weight lifting, boxing, table tennis, gymnastics, volleyball and shoot¬ ing. The U.S. Maccablah aqua-i Is financed entirely by volun¬ tary contributions from AmerlcUns who appreciate the value It [ t of this non-pt)lilicaI project. ' 5 of Mrs. Harold Edelstein, preal^ dent of Hadasaah, urges all mem¬ bers to mail their preference cards to Mrs. Joseph Altman aa quickly aa possible. The cards were sent to all members several weeks ago, stating that Colum¬ bus Hadassah is planning to form an evening group this year. Every woman waa to state her preTer- ence as to attending afternoon or evening meetings. Inasmuch as Hadaasah "Mem¬ bership Week" begins Monday, it ia most important that the chap- be informed aa to the number women being represented In h group.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-08-16|
|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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