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-'^%. i,,»A.«T.-".««T;a:.*-Wi^f>< ^! i-^l^^y, ' '4 2rO^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community ^AB. LE Vol. 35. No. 6 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1957 39 '":„°ii.X\X'»r AU-Time Record for Pre-Campaign Gifts Set by UJA EMERGENCY FUND'S PLEDGES TOTAL MISS ELLSPERMAN Sisterhood's Cuest At Temple Israel Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood will have Miss Jean Ellsperman, well known In local and national musical circles, as guest for Tues¬ day's meeting, 12!30 p. m., at Temple Israel. Mlai BUspemian spent some time In New York City, where she appeared with Toaconlnl and the NBC symphony. She was soloist with the Robert Shaw Chorale and appeared opposite Connd Nagel In the revival on Broadway of "^uslc In the Alt." WhUe In New Tork, Miss Ells¬ perman sang In synagogues and appeared In cantorlal duets with Richard TaSftSr of the Metropoli¬ tan Opera. Columbusltes are familiar with Miss EUlapennan In many leading roles and most recently In the "Medium" and "Of Thee I Sing." For the next two weeks ahe will be seen In Players ^ub produc¬ tion of "Allegro." Charles Everly will accompany Mlsa EUspenni^. The meeting Tuesday will be preceded by a dessert tea. Mrs. Herbert Fenburr,' Sister¬ hood president, will conduct the business meeting. Mrs. Myron Cohen, transporta¬ tion chairman, reminds Sister¬ hood members that she and her committee will arrange tor trans¬ portation for any member for the meeting. CANTOR MEISELS In Concert at Hillel Tomorrow Evening One of the special Sunday Eve¬ ning Forums this quarter at the B'nai B'rith Hlllel Foundation la a concert of Jewish songs by Cantor and Mrs. Saul Meisels and the Hillel Choir, vmder the direct- ship of Philip Fradkin, this Sun¬ day, B p. m. Cantor Melseta, of the "remple on the Helghta in Cleveland, has been acclaimed cnthusiastlcalty by concert and radio audiences throughout the U. S. and Canada. He is especially popular with Engliflh-apeaking audiences, who enjoy the colorful Informative re¬ marks \vltb whicib he Introduces his. songs. Accompanied by Mra. Melscls, his programs reflect the ancient, deep-rooted traditional Hebrew chants,' they capture the excite¬ ment and strength of new Israel, bring to lite the picturesque characters out of Jewish folklore, and, because of his keen senae of hunxor, he evokes rich laughter through his dramatic interpreta¬ tions of humorous folksongs. His extraordinary mastery of Jewish song raises the chants and melodies to the heights of a great art. One feels at all times his artistic integrity and genuine understanding of the Jewish soul. This special ^vent. An Event With Jewish Song, Is open to the public, free of charge. GOUNGIIS GAN-GAN ISMUSIGOMEDY HIGHLIGHT "Council Can-Can," an exciting comedy with original words by Mrs. Howard Bloom and Mrs. Morris Tarcov, wlU highlight the 40th birthday celebration of the Council of Jewish Women Tues¬ day, Feb. 19, 6:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. The cast of singers and ac¬ tresses Includes the following: Mesdames Marvin Glassman, Maxwell Papurt, Alan Mickler, Samuel Subow, Ben' Smllack, David Roth, Stanley Goldberg, Mitchell Karlin, Gary Kerstein, Isadore Gurevitz, Mendy Snyder, Prank Nutis. Mrs. Howard Bloom Is director and Mrs. Sol Zell Is accompanist. Mrs. Michael Gilbert was left out In error In the list of Can- Can dancers printed last week. The CounciJettcB arc also par¬ ticipating in the program. Under the direction of choreographer, Mrs. Albert Sutton, the following girls will be dancing: Brqnda Schilling, Diane Marx, Susan Bender, Becky Rosenthal, Loretta Ginsburg, Wendy Alexan¬ der, Gerry Rush, Ina Valcov, Bar¬ bara Palnc, Judy Shell, Paula Goodman, Linda Blsenman, Sue Schwartz. Mrs. Aaron Horowitz and Mrs. Irwin Barkan wlU be In charge of hospitality. A chicken dinner will be pre¬ pared and served by Gold Catcr^ ers. Cost for the entire evening will (coniluiied OA page Z> FATHER-SON BANQUET SGHEDUI^D FEB. 17 Members of T. I. Men's Club are reminded of the annual fathcr-aon <or daughter) banquet In the social hall of Temple Tif¬ ereth Israel, Sunday, Feb. 17. 6:30 p- m. An officer from Lockbourne Air Base-will be the guest speaker. Arrangements are being super¬ vised by Billot Landsman, who announces that a general ad- mission price is $1.25 per person will be made. There will be no other charges for the evening. >^fw.-j>X;.; '¦s.'\j-4'5.;;v/.; Selecting the latest styles for the men's fashion show to he pre. sented at .B'nai B'rith's "Cadillac Capers" Sunday evening at the Deshler-Hllton Hotel are the following: left to right, Dick Golden, Irv Ruben, Don Levy,. Art Melzlish. (Topy photo) IT'S TIME FOR THE CADILLAC GAPER' Sunday night is THE night! Some lucky contributor of $100 to the B'nai B'rith Agenciea Fund will ride off with a new 1957 Cadillac. Or, if he prefers, will "Brinks" home with cash of $4,500. ' The event ia B'nai B'rith Buckeye and. Zion Lodges' annual "Cadillac Capera" tomorrow evening In the niain ballroom of the Deshler-Hllton Hotel. In addition to the "Caddy" a- ward, there will be other door prizes presented each half hour. Dance rhuslc will be accorded by Ted Coetz and his seven-piece ensemble. Refreshments will also be served. One of the highlights of the af¬ fair will be the fashion show, staged by Don Levy, produced by Herbert Meizlish, directed b y Robert Stuart Aronson, clothes by The Union Co. The cast. In order of appear¬ ance, Will Include the following B'nal B'rith actors: Dr. Charles Young, Howard Schoenbaum, Ar¬ thur Melzlish, Irv Fink, Howard Givets, Dick. Golden, Norman Folpe, Irv Ruben and Richard E. Neustadt. The public la Invited, and cost of admission to non-contributors is $3.D0 per couple. ISRAELI ARMY 'BUTZ* IN POST ARTICLE In the current issue of the Sat¬ urday Evening Post (dated Feb. Q), Is an Informative article on tbe Israeli army's recent Invasion of Egypt The article, entitled "How the Israelis Blitzed Nasser's Army," points to the small under-manned Israeli army in their do-or-dlc dramatic march through Egypt and, the action which provoke^ their initiative. < (Sec story on Page 3.) RABBI POUPKO ON WBNS "Time—The Friendly Enemy' will be the subject for Rabbi Solomon Poupko's broadcast Sun¬ day, 10:38 a. m., on WBNS radio. It's the second in a aeries of four this month. $9,522,000 Aaron Zacks, 19S7 United Jew¬ ish Fund campaign chairman, upon his return from New York, reported that an all time record of pre-campaIgn contributions to the United Jewish Appeal was made last Saturday night, when a total of $9,522,000 was contributed to tho newly-launched UJA $100,- 000,000 Emergency Rescue Fund, and $11,489,000 to tpe regular '57 campaign, by more than SOd Jew¬ ish communal leaders from all parts of the United States. They attended a dinner at the Waldorf- Astoria Hotel, in honor of Sam¬ uel D. Leideadorf, phllanthropiat and community leader. William Rosenwald, UJA gen¬ eral chairman, announced that laat week'a dinner initiated the firat phaae of the nationwide drive because of the concern of American Jewry "over the catas¬ trophe threatening Jews over¬ seas." 'This outpouring of gifts," Mr. Rosenwald said, "was Impelled by the deep anxiety among Ameri¬ can Jews over the flight of Jews trom oppression in Hungary, over those driven out of Egypt and for those managing to strug¬ gle through to freedom trom Eastern Europe and North Africa." The $9,(22,000 given to tbe Emergency Rescue Fund and $ll,«gs,000 to the UJA's regular 1957 campaign come from the same group of contributora and from communities represented at the dinner. Gifts made to the Emergency Rescue Fund are made over and above gifts made to the regular campaign, Mr. Ros¬ enwald explained. The $100,000,000 Emergency Rescue Fund over and above regular 1967 UJA needs will be used to save, transport and re¬ settle in Israel, the United States and other free countries aa esti¬ mated 100,000 Jewish refugees from Egypt, Hungary, and other Eastern European countries and North Africa. Mr. Leideadorf was honored "for his devoted, for his dedicated services in bettering and cnrlch- <coDtlane4 on psse 4) •( HERMAN KATZ ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CENTER BOARD At the annual meeting of the Oilumbua Jewish Center on Jan. 31, Herman M. Katz was elected president of the Board. Other of¬ ficers elected were: R. J. Abel, Harry Schwartz and Joseph Zox, vice-presidents; Leon Friedman, treasurer; Harold Kayne, secre¬ tary. Mr. Katz has -served on the Onter Board for many years as vice-president and chairman of the Membership Policy (Commit¬ tee, He la a past preaident of the HlUel Foundation and of Congre¬ gation Tifereth Israel a member of the boards of Jewish Family Service and United Jewish Fund. He ia a member of the National Council of the Joint Dlatrlbutlon Committee and on the Board of Overseers of the Jewish Theolo¬ gical Seminary of America. Edward Schlezinger, David Goldsmith and A. I. Yenkin, past presidents of the Center, were elected' aa life members of the Board, along with Dr. E. J. Gor¬ don and I, W. Oarek. Elected aa Board meinbera were: Richard Abel Dr B W Ab ramson, Robert Aronson, Mra, Al¬ bert Blank, Herbert Cummins, Dr. S. D. Edelman, Troy A. Felb¬ el, Mark Felnknopf. Bernard Feltlinger, Rabbi El¬ liot Finkel, Oacar Fleckner, Rab¬ bi Jerome Folkman, Mr. and Mrs. Melville Frank, Allen Friedman, Leon Friedman, Harry Gilbert, Dr. Ivan Gilbert. •Milton Glas, Marvin Glassman, Robert A. Click, Arthur Goldberg, Harry Goldberg, Mrs. E. J. (3or- don, Richard Grundstein, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gunderaheimer. I. M. Harris, Daniel Harrison, Myer Hausman, Mrs. Ben Kahn, William Kahn, Rabbi Harry Kap¬ lan, Herman M. Katz, Walter Katz, Harold Kayne, Louis Krak¬ off. Charles Y. Lazarus, Robert Lazarus, Mrs. Simon Lazarus, Louis Levin, Herbert S. Levy, Herman Luckoff. Seymour Luckoff. Samuel Lup¬ er, Ben Mandelkorn, Myer Mell¬ man, Robert Mellman, Samuel Melton. Dr. Paul Meyer. Ben Neuatadt, Helen Nutls, Mrs. M. J. Papurt. Mrs. Milton Parker, Lawrence W. Polater, Dr. Alexander Pol- laclt. Rabbi Salomon Poupko, Mr. and Mra, J, S, Resler, Mrs, Max Rleaer, Al Roaen, David Roth, Harry R. lioth. Rab¬ bi Samuel W. Rubensteiri, Mrs, Joseph Schecter, Herbert Schlff, Jack Schlff, Louia Schlezinger, Howard Schoenbaum, Samuel J. Schion- aky, Harry Schwartz, Mrs, Harry Schwartz, Mrs. I. E. Seolfon, Louis Sher, Samuel Shlnbach, Dr. Don Shusterman. Gilbert Siegel, Marvin Silber¬ stein, Justin L. Sillman, Chtirles Solomon, Al Solove, J. W. Steln¬ hauser, Joseph S. Summer, Allan Tarshlsh, Mrs. Sanford'Tlmen. Emil Wasserstrom, Mr. and Mra. William Wasserstrom, Rob¬ ert Weiler, A. B. Welnfeld, Her¬ bert Wise, A. A. Wolman. Leo Yassenoff, Milton Yassen- bff, Ben Yenkin, Fred Yenkin, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Zacks, Rabbi Nathan Zelizer, Sol Sell, Max Zls¬ kind, Joseph Zox. In his annual report, Mr. Yen¬ kin called attention to the drama¬ tic changes which have occurred (contlnaed on psyo 10) RIGHARD i. ABEL HARRY SCHWARTZ HERMAN M. KATZ LEON FRIEDMAN JOSEPH ZOX HAROLD KAYNE safe •f^'r^'t^jKji^^ff^^ ^ j^«SJ«'»tM^ftail(*itj!iii/»M34«'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-02-08|
|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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