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». .^l>*i I «nq»1Tl.iJ •- 1 ^t L.w^ XjJLj 2P0^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community ^AS. Vol. 35, No. 30 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1957 39 DBvotsd to Arnerlean and Jewlih Idajili MK. LEVBV , New President of Hebrew School Loiiia M. Lovin. 2762 Plymouth, Is prosldent-eloct of the Colum¬ bus Hebrew School. Announce¬ ment came, from a recent meet¬ ing, during which the following other officers nnd members of the board df trustees were elected: Vice-presidents, Arthur Zwell- ing, Dr. Ben Cohen, DaWd Gaiser; secretary, Ben Seifera^; treasurer. Farrell Shar. l^oard of trustees: Dr. B. W. Abramson, Rabbi Julius L.. Baker, Jack Belzer. Albert Beim, Albert A. Blank, Maurice Bleich, Mit¬ chell D. Cohen, Sanford Cohen, Mrs. Harold Covel, Rabbt Elliott Finkel. Dr. Jerome D. Folkman, Dr. Marvin Fox, Melville D. Frank, Jack Golin, Mrs. P. H. Gellman, Irving M, Gertner, Harry Gilbert, Arthur Goldberg, David Gold¬ smith, Ben Gf eenberg, David Hurwitz. Dr. A. H. Kanter, Dr. M. P. Kanter, Rabbi Harry Kaplan. Harold Kayne, Jacob Krakowltz, Martin Kaufher, Mrs. Fred Levi, Samuel Luper, Ben Mandelkorn, Julius Mapgulls. Robert L. Mellman, Samuel M. Melton, Frank Nutis, Robert Paine, Milton J. Pinsky, Leonard D. Quinn, A. W. Robins, Mayer Rosenfeld, Rabbi S£m3uel W. Ru¬ benstein, Mrs. Jack J. Schachter. Jack Schlff. Samuel J. Schlon¬ sky, Harry Schwartz, Leon J. Seff, Edwin Solomon, Alvin So¬ love, Mrs. Samuel Stellman, A. A. Wolman, Fred Yenkin, Dr. Charles Young, Philip Waldman, Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. 'MADWOMAN' CAST IN REHEARSAL Rehearsals for Gallery Teens' first major production, Jean Gir- audou's "Madwoman of Chaillot," got under way last Sunday at the Center. The cast of 41 include the following: Alan Weiss, Robert Berman, Jay Rlpps, Gary Bloom, Larry Schkolnick, Bonnie Simon, Bron- da Schilling. Andrea Gorenstein, Evan Kress, Marsha Berman, Lila Kent. Joyce Bachman, Rosalyn KIrkol, Bernle Bornstoin, Chariea Einhorn, Lynn Barash, Danny Paine. Steve Gallen,, Stuart Oppen¬ helmer, Jim Klass, Karel Kreisel¬ man. Beryl Bloch, Judy Sterling. Linda Yenkin, Carol Michelson, Tina Brodsky, Evy Simon. Gienda Schottenstein. Diana Friedman. Dasha Steiner. Terry Thall,. Ellen Elsenberg, Wendy Abrams, Sue Schwartz, Barbara Kaufman, Peggy Ruben. Barbara Paine. Donna Sowal- sky, Alice Shenker, Marsha Feuer, Marsha Seligson. Larry Kent is directing, with Mickey Gallen as assistant. Senior GaJlery Players assisting in the production include Mel Siott, Stan Vogel and Al LusS' hcim. Compensating for tbe long, hard summer rehearsal schedule will be the fun and experience the enthusiastic teen-agora will glean from this fascinating play deplet¬ ing the fasclnatiori's of a group of hard-hearted, hard-headed and hard-fisted financiers, who plan to despoil beautiful Paris by drilling for oil right in the heart of this most charming section of Paris, Chaillot. How the "Madwoman," assisted by her loyal following of fas¬ cinating vagabonds, thwart this dastardly plot will afford aud lences several hours of entertain tainment when this maiden voy age of the Gallery Teens reaches its destination Sept. 14-15 at the Center. JWV PICNIC SUNDAY AT JEFFREY MANSION Capitol Post 122 and its Auxi¬ liary will hold its annual picnic this Sunday, 3 to 8 p. m., at the Jeffrey Mansion. There will be games for young and old, with prizes; free soft drinks and Ice cream for all. All veterans and their families are invited. OSCAR ROSE IS ADLAPPOINTE CLERGYMAN EVANS FIGHTS BIGOTS NEW YORK. (AJP) - The stanch pro-Zionist Rev. Richard E. Evans Avon the first round Jast wcpk In his battle against a certain ^roup wJthIn the Presby¬ tery of New York which is seek¬ ing to displace the famous Labor Temple's interfalth and interraci¬ al programs so that the N. Y. City Mission Society congrega¬ tions could be installed In the building. Dr. Evans, who' la director of the old landmark on E. 14th St., and who haa fought to maintain its universal character, declared that the Instigators of the move to displace the Labor Temple pro¬ gram have exhibited "the worst kind of sectarian selfishneaa." A resolution expressing deter¬ mination to insure the continu¬ ance of Labor Temple's unique ministry and reaffirming full confidence In the lead,erahip of its director. Dr. Evans, received almost unanimous support at a recent meeting ot the Labor Tem¬ ple Administrative Board. Negotieitiona between the Pres- , bytery of New York, which Church Extension Committee controls Labor Temple, and the N. Y. City Mission Society, have been directed toward the dis¬ placement of the current pro- grama under Dr. Evans' direction. Warm praise for Labor Tem¬ ple's role as a meeting-place for people of all races and faiths, waa expressed at a meeting held last week by leading educators and city officials. Among them were the Hon. Charles Abrams, Chair¬ man of the N. Y. State Commis¬ sion Against Discrimination; Norman Thomas, Will Durant and Dr. Frank Graham. Dick Evans, as he is known to his friends. Is known to Jewish communities In various parts of the country for the tour he con¬ ducted years ago in behalf of the Zionist cause. In addition to his Labor Temple activities, D r. Evans is chairman of the World Parliament of Religions and president of the Interfaith Com¬ mittee for Peace in the Holy Land. PEGASllS-TAO PRESENTS DANCING I'NDER STARS The Pegasus Club, In co-oper¬ ation with the Center's Teen-Age Council (TAC), will present "dancing under the stars" Thurs¬ day, 8:30-11 p. m., on the patio behind the outdoor swimming pool. All members of groups affiliat¬ ed with TAC are Invited. BJfS PICNIC AUG. a S£T FOR OAK PARK Beth Jacob Br other hood'a- an¬ nual picnic is Aug. 11 at^VOak Park. prices will be awarded, includ¬ ing a Westinghouse freezer and a front of beef donated by Men dehnan's. Tickets are available from any BJ /member. NEW YORK — Oscar Rose, former deputy chief of special events for the Voice of America, has been appointed assistant di¬ rector of the audio-visual depart¬ ment of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Benjamin R. Epstein, the League's national director, announced this week. Mr. Rose was senior wrlter- produoer in the radio-TV depart¬ ment of the United Nations for eight years. He has also been a producer for C3S television and program director and announcer for other TV and radio outlets. Ho is a winner of the Peabody Award for the Mutual Network's "The United Nations Today," as well as winner of two Ohio StJte awards for shows o n human rights problem^. The ADL's audio-visual depart¬ ment produces and promotes TV. radio and motion picture pro¬ jects on human rights themes. Its transcribed series and spots, often distributed through the Institute for Democratic Edu¬ cation, are annually us<;,d by hun¬ dreds of stations. - < ISRAEL BONDS SPUR DEVELOPMENT .state of Israel Development Bond Funds are being lined to ex¬ ploit and develop iHrael'H natural renourceft. Shown above at Heletz, where several oU Btriki^ft tfitve been made, are iHroell workmen add¬ ing another section of drilling pipe to an oil rig.. Continued drilling at Heletz may eJioble Israel to ni<M>t all her oil needs from domeNtlc Hources. With Israel Rond aftfllHtance, on exteiialon from Beersheba to Heletz and then to the Meditenraneoji coast near Haifa in lielng addfxl to the new 144-mile Elath-Beersheba oil pipeline, whl^h was built primarily with iHracI Bond funds. SKELTON TO ISRAEL ZURICH, (JTA)—Red Skelton, American comedian, and h I s leukemia-stricken son, Richard, gratefully accepted an Invitation to visit Israel, from Prime Minis¬ ter David Ben Gurion. Aaaertlng ¦ "we are ready to leave on a moment'a notice," Skelton said at the American Consulate here that he and his nine-year-old son were awaiting a Jordanian visa to enable them to visit the old city of Jerusalem. "Richard Is very keen to visit the Holy Land." tho fathtr said. The comedian ts taking his son on a world tour. Tho boy ex¬ pressed a wish, while in Copen¬ hagen, to visit Israel. DEAD HEA SCROLLS LONDON. 'JTA) — The dis¬ covery of new Dead Sea scrolls was announced here by G. Lank- ester Harding, former director of antiquities in Jordan, who ten years ago announced'the firat finds of ancient Biblical scrolls. Addressing the annual meeting of the Palestine Exploration Fund. Harding said some "magni¬ ficent" fragments of scrolls had been found In caves. Among the manuscripts, some of which had not yet been unrolled when Hard¬ ing left Jordan, are part of the Book of Leviticus In an ancient Hebrew script, a translation of the Book of Job in Aramatic and a nearly complete manuscript of the Book of Psalms. HADASSAH SETS UP SECOND GROUP Because of Its constantly grow¬ ing membership, Columbus Chap¬ ter of Senior Hadassah Is organi¬ zing a second group. The following form letter was sent to all Hadassah membera last week: "Columbus Hadassah has grown BO much In number and respanalblHties that we must di¬ vide In order to conquer. Our need is to have greater active participation by a larger number or our members. To achieve that end National Hadassah sug-- gesta we reorganize and have not one group, but two: oi>e after¬ noon, one evening. "It Is your choice. Discuss It with your friends and when you have decided whether you want to attend afternoon or evening meetings. Indicate ojid mail your choice Immediately. "Hadasaah, nationally and loc¬ ally, has always felt that we muat grrow and change as the times de¬ mand. That is progress. By going on the group sjrstem, Columbus Hadaasah becomes one of the big sisters In our Central States Re¬ gion. "We join. Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit and Dayton who have found this to be the way of bringing our members closer to Hadassah and Its life-saving work. "I hope that the "new look" of Columbus Hadassah will be as exciting tp yen as It Is to me. We can look forward to a year of in¬ creased Interest arid success." hasn't bee taught to hate ...yet! Sincerely. Ruth EdelRteln, President • • « Anyone who is not already a Hadassah member may become one by writing or calling Mrs. Joseph Altman. 236 N. Remington Rd. BBG'S RUMMAGE SALE SET FOR AUG. 21-24 B'nai B'rith Glrla will conduct a rummage sale Aug. 21-24. Do¬ nations of toys, clothing, etc., will be picked up by any BBG. Call Eleanor Fox, CL. 8-0603; Roz Kirkle, CL. 3-6008; Judy Sterling, BE. 5-3727. VOLINER PICNIC SUNDAY AT HEIMENDALE cSiROVE Voliner Society's annual family I picnic Is this Sunday at Helmen- dale Grove, starting at 2:30 p. m. Keep her free from racial and religious prejudice! • Riders of Columbus buses for the past several weeks have noticed the above car card, with ItM powerful ifiesHage against prejudice. The Colum¬ bus regional office of the Anti-Defamation League and Ziofi Lodge of B'nal B'rith, are sponsoring the car cards. Space on local t)us!ea has been fur¬ nished as a public service by tho Buckeye Transit Advertising Co. CAR CARDS SPONSPORED BY ADL B & P HADASSAH HAS PICNIC AT JEFFREY Columbua Business & ProfeS' sional Hadaasah la having a pic¬ nic Sunday, Aug. 14, 2 p. m., at the Je/frey Mansion, 168 N. Parlj- view. There will be a 50c fee. USY TO MEET United Synagogue Youth will hold a general meeting and so¬ cial hour Sunday, 7:30 p. m., in the social hall of Temple Tifer¬ eth Israel. Plans will be announc¬ ed for the membership picnic Aug. 11 and for the annual "Watermelon Whirl" which USY ia sponsoring as Its TAC affair Aug. 15. On Aug. 13. Columbus USY, with the Dayton chapter, will sponsor a trip to Antloch, with a picnic dinner at Bryant State Park. For further information call Fred Abramson. Among the many products and services advertised on the local buses, ,riderB have noticed lately a car card, featuring a pretty little blonde girl cuddling dolls, representing different racial and nationality backgrounds. This car card is not selling toothpaste or frozen foods; it ts promoting the Idea of human brotherhood. "She Hasn't Been Taught to Hate . . . Yet!" ts a new human relations car card designed by the Institute for American Democra¬ cy, an agency which works In close co-operation with the Anti- Defamation League o f B'nal B'rith. The Columbus regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, and Zion Lodge of B'nai B'rith, are aponsoFing the 860 car cards currently appearing on the buses of the Columbus Transit Co. Space for the car car^s has been furnished as a public service by the Buckeye Transit Advertising Co. - The use of car cards to focus attention on fundamental con¬ cepts of democracy is an integ¬ ral part of tho total ADL pro¬ gram to promote better inter¬ group relations. ADL haa made extensive use of the graphic materials produced by the Institute for American Democracy In Its educational pro¬ grams. In , past years, posters, blotters, bookmarks and book covers with hard hitting boiman relations messages have boon used tn the Columbus schools and vate and parochial schools throughout the country. Teachers use groj^tc materials as a base for discussion and ac¬ tivities in the social studies. They use them for focusing courses and' programs in literature, speech, drama, etc., around the subject matter, of human rela¬ tions. They use them to relate our democratic ideas to the chlN dren's own problems and exper¬ iences. Organizations such as junior chamjsers of commerce, PTA's, leading veteran's and fraternal groups, women's clubs, church groups and Mayors' Commlsaiona have utilized car cards and other graphic materials; purchasing and distributing them to schools In more than 10,000 public, pri- and throughout the community. LOVE SURMOUNTS ALL OBSTACLES JERUSALEM. (JTA) — A marriage last week between an Arab Christian girl living in Israel and a Christian Arab who is a citizen of Jordan prov¬ ed that love could conquer all obstacles. The latter Intiluded such formidable hurdles as Arab-Israeli enmity, distance and diplomatic red-tape. Rena Nakaleah Kara, 24, an Israeli citizen of the Greek Orthodox faith, who lives In Jaffa, wanted to wed her cous¬ in, Michel Kara, 28, also a Christian Arab. However, he lived in Amman, Jordan, and the problems Involved In get¬ ting them wed 'for a while seemed^ insurmountable. When approval finally d i d arrive, Rena's family sudden¬ ly found itself left out of the picture because It did not have permission to watch the cere¬ mony. So Rafael Levy, Israeli district officer, telephoned Na- jati Hashibi, his Jordanian counterpart in Old Jerusalem. A few hours later, Rena, her family and a priest were al¬ lowed to pass through the Mandelbaum Gate. Between the two warring Jerusalems, in the deserted, rubble-atrewn no-man's land. Rena was mar¬ ried to Michel.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-07-26|
|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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