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2fO^ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Comnmnity \^AS. Vol. 35, No. 38 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1957 39 Osvofad to Amfrf^n and Jvwiih m«rican ld»Tl HADASSAH DONOR DINNER NOV. 3 7TH ANNUAL EVENT MR. CUMMINS President-Elect Herb Cviriimlns will bo installed as the now president for the cur¬ rent year, along wlt(i other offi¬ cers of Zion Lodge of B'nal B'rith. Tuesday, Oct. 8. The others who will take office aro Sol Shaman, Morris Swodlow, Ike Cohen. Richard Cohen and Dr. Mindlln. The installation Bervico will take place at the operjlng busi¬ ness program of the Lodge, fol¬ lowing dinner at the Southern Hotel. The installing officer will bo Isadore Garek, National vice- president of the Order. The dinner c^nd program aro in honor of all post presidents ol Zion Lodge. USY HOLDS SERVICES AT TIFERETH ISRAEL United Synagogue Youth of Temple Tifereth Israel will hold Rosh Hashonah services Wednes¬ day, B p. m., and Thursday and Friday, 10:1S a. m., in the USY youth room. Kenny Solomon, USY advisor, wiU conduct the services, with ' Mr. Eskin as guest speaker Fri¬ day. Ushers at the services will be Rodney Wasscrstrom, Sandy Pol¬ ster and Bob Polster, with Fred Abramson, Sherry Rosen, Debbie Zelizer, Allen Curl and Bruce Topolosky participating In the service. USY's second meeting of the year is Sept 29, at tbe Temple. FALL QUARTER AT HILLEL BEGINS Approximately 83B now Jewish students, including 700 freshman, 74 graduate students and 61 trojisfer students, are oxpoctod at Ohio State University when the fall quarter opens. About 1000 Jewish uppcr-clossmen will also return to the campus. The B'nal B'rith Hillel Foun¬ dation at OSU will begin Its fall quorter activities with a Friday evening "service Sept, 27, follow¬ ed by the freshman reception and Onfg Shabbat at 8 p. m. On hand to welcome the new students will be the Foundatlon'.s officers for ' lOril-CiH: prt'n.. Dftvirl Forman. A-4: fir.st vif-e-prna., Stf'ph<'n Kaplan. A-:-!; second virc-prcs.. Kar'yl Kobe, A-3: treas., Jack PJotkIn, A-4; corresponding ff'^c'y, Keren Dainow, A-2; recording soc'y, Nancy Miller, Ed-2. Rosh Hashonah .services will begin at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, at the Foundation, Thur.sday at in a. m. and 7:30 p. m., and on Friday. St*pt. 27. at 10 a. m. Yom Kippur servlccfj will begin at 7:00 Friday evening, Get. 4. with the traditional chanting of Kol Nldre by guest cantor, Isa¬ dore Zeldin. Services will be con¬ ducted by Rabhl Kaplan and will continue all day Saturday begin¬ ning at 10 a. m. Memorial Ser¬ vices will be held at 3:30 p. m. Norman Bobes, A-4. a Hillel student cantor, will also partici¬ pate in the chanting of the High holy day services. The annual freshman brunch win be held Sunday, Sept. 29, 11 a. m. An original skit, written for the occasion by Barbara Selby and Robert Haidy, will be feat¬ ured, starring members of B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundation. Members of the Columbus B'nal BVith Women's Lodge will assist with the brunch. Climaxing the orientation pro¬ gram will be the quarterly "open house combo" Sunday, Oct. 6, 2-5 p. m. Rabbi Harry Kaplan, director of Hillel Foundation; Rabbi Les¬ ter Sega), associate director, and Mrs. Marjorie Judspn, secretary, wilt be present at the orientation activities to assist the officers in greeting the freshmen, new stu¬ dents and welcoming back mem¬ bers of the Foundation. MR. BRISKER MR. HELLMAN SINGLETON CLUB SETS MEETING DATES The Singleton Club Is making plans for Its first fall meetings of the season, to be held after the high holidays The group of single men and women between tho ages of 2B and 40 will meet Oct. 8 at the Jewish Center for a talk by a Qd- Jumbus attorney, followed by h social hour. On Saturday, Oct. 12, I F'irst session at AguiJjis Achim a Succoth party will be held in | f^^ll&'ot's School is ton^orrqw at the -cec' room of the. Club. 10 «¦ m.. announces Mr.\. Joseph treasurer. | "¦ Schettcr, rhairman. AJl chll- Mcmbers and newcomers to the 1 (i'-'n registered last year will re- comtnunity in the 25-40 age brae-! P"ft directl> to their new class- ket are asked to hold those dates j mnm.'^. New registrant.s will go to open. More details of the ;neft- ; DANIEL BRISKER, YEHUDA HELLMAN WILL ADDRESS TIFERETH ISRAEL BOND GROUP Daniel Brisker, noted Israeli educator and director of the Youth Village in Aloney Yitzhak, will speak at the home of Joe Ka.ss. 215 S. Caasady Ave.. Tuesday, R p. m., at a parlor meeting on behalf of Congregation Tiferuth Israel's High Holiday Israel Bond Appeal. Mr. Kass, who \s the chairman of the Congregational bond com- iwlttee, at the same time made known that Yehuda Hellman, well known Israeli journalist and correspondent, will address the Congregation at tbe Rosh Ha¬ shonah Appeal! Since 1,051. Mr. Brisker has been living and working in Alon- oy Yitzhak, where some. 200 young people, immigrants from all over the world, live and work In' farms and shops assimilating the cultural pattern that will help integrate them into Israeli socie¬ ty- Mr. Brisker has been living in Israel since 1940, when he en¬ rolled at the Haifa Tochnion only to have his studies interrupted by the war. He served with the British Army in the Corps ot Royal Engineers and distinguish¬ ed himself as a leader of men. Mr. Hellman, no stranger to Columbus, is a keen student of mid-east affairs. He has been a working, correspondent for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Jeru¬ salem Post and several news agencies. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL OPENS TOMORROW ing.-! will be announced. WARDEN TO SPEAK AT T.L DINNER | Warden Ralph W. Alvfs of Ohio State Penitentiary will be guest! speaker at the annual InMLallation , dinner to be held by Tifereth i Israel Men's Club, Sunday, Sept. j 22, 6:30 p. m., in the Temple so-i ciai hall. Admission is free to all paid-up members, and dues will be payable at tbe door for the convenience of oil members who want to attend the first event of the Men's Club season. Milton Glas will be toastmas- ter for the evening. Kurt Hoff¬ man, vice-president, is in charge of food planing and program. Warden Alvls is well known as a stimulating speaker and will comment on many topics of cur¬ rent Interest to all, A capacity turnout Is expected by the membership committte. headed by Dr. Les Frankel. MR- PRADKIN Choir Director AT JEWISH CENTER By MRS. OORDON SCHIFFMAN Fall Is here, with its football games, first days of school and . . . Hadassah's annual fund- raising pvent. the donor dinner, Sunday Nov. 3, 6:30 p. tn.. at the Jewi.ih Center. It will be the 20th year that women of the Column bus Chapter of Hadaasah have joined forces to present the highlight of the Hadasaah year. Aa In the past, members of the donor dinner committee have spent many hours preparing for the event. SOrae are women who have participated year after year; others are new members. Each woman knows the importance of tlie donor dinner, and the func¬ tion it serves in the Hadaasah prof^ram. The 1907 dinner had its kick- off at a breakfast meeting Aug. 19 at the home of Mrs. Norman MeizJiflh. Captains and workcrB attended. Since then there have been many meetings in prepar¬ ation for every phase of the an¬ nual event- Tho magnitude of Hadaasah services In Israel Is unbelievable. Never before has there been such a need. All contributions will be sent to Israel for the building of the new Hadaasah Medical Or¬ ganization, which will be tho center of Israel's Medical School Snd will provide care for not only the peoples of Israel, but -also those of all denominations in the Near East and Middle East. National Hadasaah has asked for increased pledgee to meet an expanding service as well aa building program. Donor dinner chairmen, Mrs. Samuel Subow, Mrs. Norman Melzlish and Mrs. Aaron Cano- witz, announce that contributions will be placed jn these categoi"ies: Pledge. $15; Dopor, $18; Silver, $25; Gold, $50; Diamond, $100. So that everyone con partici¬ pate, Mrs. Maurice Zox, chairman of Friends and Coiitrlbutors, has arranged that anyone can become a Friend <$5) or a Contributor '$10). Philip Fradkin has been select¬ ed as choir directot* for Agudas Achim Congregation. He has a musical background rich in pro¬ ducing, (^^rectlng and instructing. A United Nations correspond- I He received his Bachelor of Arts ent, Mr. Hcllman's fluency with degree in Music Education from languages has enabled him to dig , Brooklyn College and studied deeply for source material on | conducting with Jean Morel of the causes and currents of unrest'tJuIIiard and Metropolitan Opera in the Middle Eaat. He was once I Co. jailed by the Arabs, who tried to prevent his pro-Zionists d i a- patches from reaching the ()ut- side world. Members o( the bond commit¬ tee of Tifereth Israel meet this Sunday morning to make final preparations. the social hall and regisicj- with I Mrs. Maitin Kndleh and Mrs. Al- ! fred Rosen, and then repurt to I llielr new classes. Late regititration will be ac¬ complished ^in the cla.s.sroom.s for I those who didn't during the aum- I m( i; regiatration period. "A fine and dedicateti staff plus a rt^visid curriculum will insure a ' sound Religious School program I for our children." states Mrs. ' Schecter. I RABBI ZKLIZER OFnCIATES A'r AREA INSTITUTIONS Rabbi NathaJi Zelizer. chaplain for mental and penal wards of Jewish faith in this area, will conduct high holiday services in the following institutions; Ohio Penitentiary, Oct. 2; Chilllcothe Veterans Hospital, Oct. 1; Orient State School, Oct. 3; Columbus State School and Columbus State Hospital, Oct. 9. Kosher meals will be served to those attending. Men in the armed forces sta¬ tioned in this area will worship in local synagogues and temples. He was chpraJ director at 1 Thomas Jefferson High Sthool, Brooklyn; U. S. A^my, Special Services musical director; and ¦ has been an accompanist" for such artists as Misha Elmnn «nd Miklos Gofnl. Mr. Fradkin has participated in many community stage pro¬ ductions. He was musical direc¬ tor for Gallery Players produc¬ tion, "Finian's Rainbow" (ind choir director at Hillel Founda¬ tion and the Jewish Center. j He has appeared as soloist on radio station WBNS and before numerous civic and music groups.' Mr. Fradkin is engaged in piano Instruction and vocal coaching. Mr. Fradkin will direct the Agudas Achlm's high hplyday services. The following are mem¬ bers of the group: Peter Blue, Harold Covel. Theodore Fisher. SinKJn Gt:tter. William Kuller. Stephen 1.^'^y. .leir; Molmed, Cal Schottenstein, Stephen S;;iilai .i. Don Snider. 4osepii Waterma'i. HEBIIKW St HOOL S<'HEI>1 LE Hebrew School classes will be held next week only on Monday and Tuesday, The school will ^e YOM KIPPUR DANCE PLANS ANNOUNCED "Horn of Plenty" is the .theme of th'e seventh annual Yom Kip¬ pur dance to be given Saturday evening, Oct. 5, at the Jewish Center. Climaxing a day of solemn re¬ ligious observance, members of the community are invited to the Center to greet their friends on the "kick-off" affair of the fail social season. Henry Cincione and his orches¬ tra will provide the music for dancing. Mrs. Jack Schilling ia serving as general chairman for the third year. Admissiori to the Yom Kippur dance will be $3 per couple for Center members; $4 pt'r couple for non-Center members; $2 per l ^.^oiJed, beginning Wednesday, for the duration of the holiday. The regular schedule of afternoon classes \^¦ill be resumed Monday, St»pt. 23. The following is a llgt of wom¬ en who are "Hadassah's Fairest Ladies." They are keeping the wheels of tho Hadassah donor dinner in motion: pledge co-chairmen, Mra. Jer¬ ome Gross and Mrs. Herbert Melzlish. Donor treasurer, Mrs. Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Samuel Valcov. Donor ads, Mrs. Joseph Zieve. Mrs. E. If. Schottenstein, Mrs. Harold Feinsteln. Jewels, Mrs. Arthur Wester- maui Mrs. Isadore Rosenwasser. Friends, Mrs. Maurice Zox. Donor hospitality, Mrs. Maurice Bleich, Mrs. Jerome Fisher. Donor decoratlnn-s, Mrs. Joseph Haas. For Liloh, Mrs. Richard Col- den. ^ Publicity, Mrs. Gordon Schiff- man. COUNCIL RHYMER Mark off the day, act up the plan; Oct. 1 you must be on hand. Council's leading off with Talent Scouts Show. Council's board took "the cure." studied all day, learned how to serve in a conscientious way. Be there, hear what Columbua Coun¬ cil of Jewish Women have to say I We promise good i od. in a mental we.y. tj:>: learn \\cw to fccive, be a \orunte(r now, at Council's Oct. 1 opining mi etln^ day I I At the Jewish Center) MRS. FRANK Activities Chmn. Mrs. Melville D. Frank has been appointed chairman of the Jewish Center Adult Activities Committee for 1957-58, It waa an¬ nounced by Center president Her¬ man Kat2. Active in Columbus and Frank¬ lin County cultural circles. Mrs. Frank ia currently serving her third term as president of the Women's Music Club of Colum¬ bus. A concert pianist In her own right, Mrs. Prank has been in¬ strumental In bringing such fine sAloists as Eileen Farrell, Rich¬ ard Tucker and others to Colum¬ bus. Mra Frank has appeared aa soloist with the Columbus Phil¬ harmonic and in recital at the Gallery of Fine Arts and the Center. In accepting tbe chairmanship of the Adult Activities Commit¬ tee, Mrs. Frank Is resuming this responsibility for the second time, having served in that capacity at the Inception of tbe Center pro¬ gram In 1961. Under her leadership, many successful group activities as well as several major cultural events were developed and presented to the community. Mrs. Frank also served as the first president of the Center's Gallery flayers and has c^iatln= ued her interest .In this phaae of Center programming over the. past several seasons. The Adult Activities Committee is the key group for the planning of Jewish studies, drama, art, music, cultural series and social. Mrs. Frank will announce, at the Oct. 2 Adult Activities Commit¬ tee meeting, the appointment of chairmen of the committees. BBW'S REHEARSAL DATES AilE SET The following rehears&l dates have been set up for B'nai B'rith Women's musical, "The Greatest Dough on Earth": Monday and Tuesday of next week; Monday, Sept. 30; Tuesday, Oct. 1; Wednesday, Oct. 2; Mon¬ day, Oct. 7; Tuesday, Oct. 8; Mon¬ day. Oct. 14; Tuesday, Oct. 15; Monday. Oct. 21, dress rehearsal. The musical will be the pro¬ gram from the Annual Project Promotion meeting of Oct. 22. All four groups of B'nal B'rith - Zion Chapter, Candlelight, Zion and Buckeye Lodges, are joining together to make Oct. 22 the meeting of the year. Anyone Interested In taking part In the production should be at the Center on the above-men¬ tioned dates at 8:30 p. m. ARC 13 (ARD PARTY AT OCT. 30 AT CENTER couple for students. Ticki'ts may be purchased at the door the evening of the dance or from members of the committee. J :.:tmbers of Arc 13 (Aid for , Retarded Children) met at the ; homt of Mrs. Aaron Supowit to complete plana for their first 1 fundraising project ot the year— ; a card party at the Jewish Cen- l^IEMORIAL SERVICES ] ter, Oct. 30. Cantor Phillip H. Gellman will | Admission is 75c per person be prestint at both the old and 1 and the public Is invited. Tickets new Agudas Achim cemeteries to ' for a Mah Jong set to be awar.d- offer memorial prayers this Sun-, ed, the night of the card party day, 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. i are on sale.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1957-09-20|
|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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