Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-08-23, page 01
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c^^sa-jj]^^ lJLV>iJ-iJCi 2f\0^ Serving Columbtfs and Cetttral Ohio Jewish Community ^AK Vol. 35, No. 34 COLUMBUS. OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1957 ^^ and Jtwlih ld*«li EARLY DEADLINE Because of Labor Day, deadline for photographic material for the Sept 6 Issue of The Chronicle must be submitted by Friday morning, Aug. 80. Deadline for copy that Issue must be in by 10 a. m. Tuesday, Sept. 8. Front row: Borlmra Kauffman, Roslyn Kirke], Marcia Feuer, Alice Shenker, Terry ThalL Middle row; Steve Gallen, Korel Kreiselman, tarry Sch¬ kolnick, Joyce Baclmiann, Jay Rlppv Linda Yen¬ kin. Back row: Charles Elchhom, Ellen iEilsen- berg, Benson Geltn, Lynn Barnsh, Gory Bloom, Tina Brodsky, Bernle Bornsteln. (Nesnowiti photo) Teens Create People of Chaillot By AL LUSSHEIM Tour Baedeker may not show It, but tho stately quarter of Parts, known as Chaillot, is Ic cated right across the Seine River from the Eiffel Tower. If you ¦ have ffvcr bewi- sftUnr on the-ter' race of the Cafe "Chez Francis," leisurely sipping your port, or "cafe au lait," you will recogrnlze this enchanting place wben the curtain opens next month to re¬ veal the first-act setting for Gal¬ lery Teens' first major produc¬ tion, Jean Giraudoux charming comedy, "The Madwoman o f ChaUlot." Soon after the .first line is spoken, the tranquility of a peaceful jparis aptlag day gives way to tbe tumultous activity and the hilarious antics of a mot¬ ley crowd of fantastic, . pathetic and comical characters — all re¬ volving around tho incredible, in¬ vincible, lovable person of Coun- MR. SCHOTTENSTEIN Israel Bonds Chmn. The Columbus Executive Com mtttee of Bonds for larael wlU meet Tuesday evening at the home of Dr, Ivan Gilbert, 2824 Elm Ave., to complete plans for the forthcoming campaign. Dr. Gilbert la chairman of the Ex¬ ecutive Committee and William Goodman 1 s Drive Campaign chairman. At the same time it was made known that Harold Schot¬ tenstein, active business and community leader, has agreed to accept the chairmanship of the Agudas Achim Congregation High Holiday Bond Committee, and is planning a parlor meeting at his home Tuesday night, Oct. 1. Bond campaigning this fall and winter will be emphasizing the "Housing Bond" that will build a homo for an Immigrant family in Israel. Each dwelling unit costs $8,000, the price for permanently housing one family of the 80,000 thai It Is hoped Bond sales will make it possible for Israel to construct this year. ^ Bond salea nationally have pas¬ sed the 300-mllllon mark since the opening campaign in 1061, and this year went over a million In Columbus. MRS. MENTSER Hdbbv Show Chmn. Mrs. Bernard (Charlotte) Ment¬ ser is general chairman of the 9th annual Golden Age Hobby Show, scheduled to open at the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts Sunday, Sept. 1&, 2:30 p. m. Rewarded for her outstanding job as chairman of last year's selling mart at the Golden Age Hobby Show, Mrs. Mentser was the unanimous choice of the steering committee for the gen¬ eral chairmanship. Mrs. Mentser is now in her fifth year of work with senior citizens in the community, having served two years as chairman of the Golden Age Committee for the Center and the Council of Jewish Women, co-sponsors of the Golden Age Club. Charlotte Mentser is one of several women of the Jewish community who has played an important role In community service through tho Council of Social Agencies. Mrs. Albert Blank Is completing her first term as chairman of tho Volunteer Service Bureau. Mrs. Jack Healer haa been working with the Fellowship Church and the "Meals Wheels" projects. (contlqaed on psfe 8) teas Aurelia, known to her friends as the "Madwoman of Chaillot.'* Watching the rehearsals one can understand that the young actor-apprentices are having fun. In talking to the director and to staff members of the Center^jone learns there is a lot rfixrfeto It than Just providing a good time for our teen-agers. Why Ib the Center sponsoring this novel venture of a teen-age dramatic group; why are the par¬ ents supporting this activity In spite of certain demands on the family time, planning, transpor¬ tation, etc.; why are senior mem¬ bers of Gallery Players volunteer¬ ing to give many of their spare hours on week-ends and often late Into the night to help with pet construction, with costumes, property and lighting problems, and why ia Larry Kent, hard pressed as a business and family man, donating without compen¬ sation every spare- minute to the arduous task of welding 40 youngsters Into a smoothly func¬ tioning unit—a dramatic cast? The educational values, of learning about the art of acting are many fold. Coordination of speech and movement aa well as memorization of lines are means of developing the Intellect; group discipline, called stage discipline In this field, understanding of people and of the motives which underlie their words and actions by analysis of the character you portray, and lost but not least tho concentration which must bo exercised to live and become the person which you create in be¬ half of the author — those are some of the educational features which contribute to tho develop¬ ment of our young people and guide them to the better things in life of which the pursuit of the fine arts la certainly one of the most rewarding. Such noble aspirations deserve the support of the entire com¬ munity, the evenings of Sept. 14 and 15, to witness and to enjoy finai result of this great com¬ bined effort and to applaud the funny plottlngs and the delightful machinations of the Madwoman and the 40 character parts who are dominated, hated or loved by this unlqut- and unforgettable figure. RAANANA'S PROJECT SEPT. 17 AFFAIR Calls are being made to young matrons in the community, invit¬ ing them to Raanana's premiere style show Tuesday evening, Sept. 17, Jewish Center auditor¬ ium. The latest in fall fashions will be featured by Walz'g Dross Store, and modeled by Raanana members. In tune with the motif. the auditorium will be decorated In gay fall colors, by decorations chairman Ruth Seidemann and her committee. Many interesting gimmicks will be emjiloyed to en¬ liven the entertainment for tho even\t\g. Hospitality co-chairmen arc Polly Greenberg and Regina Kayne, In charge of refreshments for after the showing. Raanana, a service organiza¬ tion, operates and maintains over 48 projects in larael. No, more than ever, help is needed In the Homeland. Not only money, but numbers count as well. The work that has been undertaken must be fulfilled. Thousands of chil¬ dren are dependent upiitn aid. Children In pre-schQOIs, kinder¬ gartens, ^d farm' and trade schools Idbk to their'^OSter A- merlcan "Raanana" mothers for loving care and support. Young women interested fn be¬ coming a vital part of this or¬ ganization arc Invited to the opening meeting. Call Hannah Se¬ llnger, chairman, BE. 5-5232, for additional Information, n . ISRAEL BONDS' IRRIGATION PROJECT Israel's farm production Is increasing steadily through the use of .State of Israel Development Bond funds. During the past nJn'e- years, the value of Israel's annual agricultural output had risen frond $75,000,000 to more than $300,000,000. One of the majpr reasons for this production Increase has been the construction of^^lt^l'Irrigation and deep-well water projects throughout the country. These pro¬ jects, supported by Israel Bond capital, were built with the aid of pipes made at the Yuval Gad Pipe Manufacturing Cibmpany at Aske- lon. The Yuval Gad plant (a portion of whose operations Is shown above) Is the largest pre-stressed concrete pipe /octor^ In the world, making pipes as large as 66 Inches In diameter. YuVttS d&d has been aided by Israel Bonds. Religious Broadcast Series to Resume Through the courtesy of WB¬ NS, and the cooperation of rab- bla of Columbua, the second year of a religious broadcast, " Juda¬ ism Speaks," will be Inaugurated Sunday. Sept. 1, by Dr. Jerome D. Folkman of Temple Israel. The procedure will be the same as last year except for the chapge In time. Each rabbi will 'be re¬ sponsible for one month. The program will be heard every Sunday morning at 9:30, and will' feature religious and In¬ spirational addresses by the rab- bia, and recorded religious music by some of the leading, cantors and choirs in the world. HILLED mSTirCTE Keren Dainow, Barbara and Jack Plotkln, student leaders at the Ohio St^te HiJlel Founda¬ tion, will be members of the 1957 Hillel Summer Institute at Camp B'nai B'rith, Aug. 27 to Sept. 3. Their participation Is made pos¬ sible through scholarships provid¬ ed by the Arnold Schlff Memorial Fund. Rabbi Lester Segal, associate director of the Foundation, will be one of the staff members at tho Institute. CANDLEUGBT CHAPTER HAS RUMMAGE SALE B'nal B'rith Candlelight #888 has a rummage sale Sept. 9-12, fro/n 9 to 6 dally at 432 S. 4th St. If you have any rummage (clothing, furniture, toys, house¬ hold items, etc.), call Mrs. Joe Blum, BE. 5-2727, or Mrs. Robert Erman, BE. 1-7785. HUXEL »IKE(^I^K8 AT AMP STARLIGHT Rabbi Harry Kaplan and Rabbi Lester Segal of B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundation participated in the annual Hillel Directors' Confer¬ ence at Camp B'nai B'rith, Star- llghu Pa., this week. Habbi Kaplan was one of the participants in a discussion on "Religious Perspectives in Higher Education." OOUNCILETTES* PICNIC Councllettes, the junior division of the Council of Jewish Women, have their annual membership picnic Sunday, Sept. 8, 4-7 p. m., at the Jeffrey Mansion. All Jew¬ ish girls of high school age are invited. BBG PATIO DANCE BBG Is sponsoring its Thursday night dance on "the patio" by the pool" next Thursday. Steve Dwor- kin and his singing band will play. Refreshments will be sold. TAU DELTA SETS UP SCHOLARSHIP FUND Tau Delta chapter of Tau Ep¬ silon Phi has established a Schol¬ arship Memorial Fund, In mem¬ ory of Frederick Gordon of Cir- oloville. Contributions should be mailed to Sidney S. Suntag, ex¬ ecutive secretary of TEP, 130 W. ¦12nd St., New York 36. N. Y. SYLLABUS PREPARED FOR DISCUSSION The faculty of Brandeis Uni¬ versity has prepared a syllabus for the Columbua Women's Com¬ mittee, for use in a discussion group. Title ot the syllabus is "Cur¬ rent Educational Problems in the United States." with many Inter¬ esting facets to that topic, such ap: "Who Shall Our Teachers Be?" What Is Progressive Educa¬ tion?" 'The Southern Case Against Se¬ gregation." "What Is the Role of the Jun¬ ior College?" The Brandeis study group pro¬ vides an opportunity to learn. A worthy discussion group must have worthy communication. It means good listening as well as intelligent speaking. The group will meet on alter¬ nate Wednoadays at tho Jewish Center, First meeting Is Sept. 11. 1 a. m. For more information, call Mrs. Richard Neustadt, BE. 5- 1728.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-08-23|
|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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