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2f\^ Serving Columbus and Centralbhio Jewish Community \^AS Vol. 36, No. 35 COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAYTXUG^ST 29, 1968 QQ D«»ot«d • Am»rlc«n ^^ and Jewish ld»aT> Council Membership Tea is Sept. 11 Mrs. Robert Lee Schlff, 284-4 N. Gould Rd., ot the National Coun¬ cil of Jewish Women, Columbus Section, and her various commit¬ tees have all In re^lness for the membership and Intergratlon tea for new members Sept. 11, 1 p. m., at the home of Mrs.- Leon Schot¬ tensteln, 50 N. Drexel Ave. Mrs. David Oerstenfeld, presi¬ dent of Columbus Section, Invites all women of the community who are not members of Council to attend the tea and find their par¬ ticular niches In the activities of Council . . . whether It be In the Service to the Foreign Born, A- merlcanlzatlon, Scholarship pro¬ grams, Service to the Hearing Aid Society, Columbus State School, United Appeals, Monett House or in the field of education and social action. There are many services and phases of Council. OOONCTLBTTES — Above are workers for Councliettes' annual membership picnic Sunday, Sept. 7, B-7 p. m., at .Jeffrey Mansion. Left to right are Marlene Solomon, publicity chairman; Joyce Godofsky, program chairman; Carol Mlchaelson, president of Councliettes; Norma I4ahn, social chairman; Bev Solove, membership chEJrman. Theme of the picnic will be "The Sack." All Councliettes there wHI be attired In dry-cleaner sacks, which will be decorated. All girls of high- school age are Invited. Entertainment Is Included on tbe evening's program. Helping to depict some of the activities of Council will be a skit entitled, "Council and I," written by Mesdames Mayor Rosenfeld, Frank Nutls, Morris Snider and Irving Lackritz. The oast will In¬ clude Mesdames Arnold Sher, B. Lee Skilken, Gary Kersteln, Ber¬ nard Venkln and Theodore Sim¬ son. The skit will be directed by Mesdames Howard Bloom and Arthur Hersch, and accompahl;d at the piano by Mrs. Sam Frank¬ lin. Co-chairmen with Mrs. Schiff for the tea are Mesdames Jules Garel, Al Tyroler and Martin Ad¬ ler. Refreshments; Mesdames Jack Marks, Allen MIckler and David Madison. Hostesses: Mesdames Jesse Elsen, . Norman Folpe, Bernard Friedman, Gordon Schiffman. Bernard Frank, Murray Bass, Bertram Dlnman. Telephone: Mesdames Edward Nusgart, Leon Goldsmith, Jack Walllck, Sidney Herman, Leon Mark, Albert Schkolnik, Robert Goldberg, John Bowman, Harry Lurie and Dave Ferrer. Decorations I Mesdames Sey¬ mour Well, Al Harmon, James Jacobs and Paul Sloan. Anyone needing transportation to the membership tea should call Mrs. AI Tyroier, BE. 5-0018. i4, Eb SULLIVAN JACQUES TORCZYNER ED SULUVAJJ GETS 'INVITE' FROM ZOA INVITATION FOE SUIXIVAN — Jacques Torczyner. (right), vice-president of the Zionist Organization of America, extends an Invitation to TV's Ed Sullivan for a visit to Israel, under ZOA aus¬ pices. Sullivan will select Israeli artists who will appear on one of his "Toast of the Town" telecasts and then tour the U. S., under the sponsorship of the ZOA FASHION PARADE IS FEATUfiE OF TORAH ACADEMY'S OPENING SESSION Gromyko Interview UNITED NATIONS, (AJP) — Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko, smiling and in an unusually friendly mood, told the American Jewish Press correspondent In an exclusive Interview fol¬ lowing his special press conference that the Soviet Union "would wel¬ come a peace consummation" between Israel and the Arab states. "Now that tbe Arab states have gotten together and accepted a joint resolution for peace among themselvesi" the AJP reporter asked Mr. Gromyko, "would you favor a final settlement between Israel and these Arab states?" "We would welcome such a consiunAiatlon," Gromyko replied. It would bo fine if all the troubles tn th^ Middle East could be solved." The Soviet Foreign Minister then intimated that this could be done If the resolution of the General Assembly were Implemented and if Britain and France were "soberly" Interested. When It Is recalled that some Arabs still clamor for the life of Israel, Gromyko's reply Is at least a recognition of Israel as fact The AJP reporter reminded Gromyko of the very linportant part he had played at the UN In 1947 toward the creation of the State of Israel. At this he appeared noticeably moved. "If Israel would only behave," he complained, all would be well. The AJP correspon¬ dent couijtered: "But, Mr. Gromyko, there are two sides to every story." The Soviet Foreign Minister smiled as he recounted some of the Middle Eastern Incidents. The AJP reporter got the definite impression that Gromyko himself would welcome an equitable solutlpn to the whole Palestine quesUpn-^a solution which would be mutually beneficial to the two sides qoncerned. With filial details all arranged for the membership party at Jef¬ frey Mansion Wednesday, Mrs. James Freidenberg, chairman, acknowledges and thanks mem¬ bers of Pioneer Women who are contributing to the success of the affair. Main feature of the evening will be a ftishion show by Waltz Style Shop, in which the latest Fall fashions will be modeled by the following members: Shirley Arnold, Natalie Aberman, Ruth Freidenberg, Sue Ginsberg. Lor- etta Bloom, Rochelle Harris, Mirifim Paine, Lena Welsman, Betty Zwik. An amusing script, concerning the reminiscing of Pioneer Wom¬ en's first members in Columbus, is being written and will be narrated by Mrs. Edward Stein. Novel Invitations In the form of personally delivered telegrams are through the coordinated ef¬ forts of Mrs. Jerry Bloom, Mrs. Leonard Bloom, Mrs. Al Delman, Mrs. William Klsch, Mrs. Na¬ than ^Lessem and Mrs. Martin Shenker. Thanks are due also to the children of members who acted as messengers in delivering over 200 teiegraiSisT'They are Arlene Betker, Gary, Donnle and Corky Freidenberg; Beverly, Michael and David Gurevitz; Stephen Haas, Joey Lessem, Bobby Levy, Jimmy Levlne; Sharon, Larry and Julia Paine; Karl Shaeffer, Gary Stein. Duties of the telephone squad are being undertaken by Mrs. Sanford Betker, Mrs. Harold Hlil¬ son, Mrs. Otto Neubauer, Mrs. Harry Raffeldj Mrs. Joe Shaeffer and Mrs. Edward Stein. Mrs. Walter Levy is in charge of transportation. Jeffrey Mansion will be decor¬ ated by Mrs. James Freidenberg, Mrs. Sam Brandt, Mrs. Ernest Halasz and Mrs. David Paine. Publicity chairmen are Mrs. Nathan Lessem and Mrs. Walter Levy. Assisting Mrs. Isadore Sussman, Hospitality chairman, in prepar- ingf and serving refreshments, are the following: Mrs. Sam Brandt, Mrs. Harry Delman, Mrs. Lee Cohen, Mrs. William Klsch, Mrs. Harry Mellman. Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Tlllle Shlfman, Mrs. Sam Welsman. At a highly successful meeting of parents, teachers and officials of the Columbus Torah Academy, the now Jewish Day School, held at the home of the temporary chairman of the school. Jerorao Schottensteln, it was announced that the opening session will get under way next Thursday, at its temporary quarters at Agudas Achim Synagogue. During the course of the meet¬ ing each staff member nr-s'-nu-c statements concerning his owr phase of the school program. In addition, a brief and enlight¬ ening address was given by Dr. Marvin Fox on "The Need of a Day School In Jewish Life," and was followed by a review of the Torah Academy's infant history, by Rabbi David Stavsky. That was then followed by an open discussion period, during which parents directed questions to the teaching staff and leaders of the Day School. A new committee, that of food, has been established, and will have as its chairman Mrs. Julius White. Enrollment is still being ac¬ cepted for Grade I. Call Rabbi S. W. Rubenstein, BE. 1-2747, or Rabbi Stavsky, CU 3-7971, for registrations. MBS. BENET To Address Chen Croup Sept. 8 Mrs. Jonas (Esther) Benet, past president of the Cincinnati Chap¬ ter of Hadassah and a member ot the National Board, will speak at the home of Mrs. Joseph L. (Min) Schwartz Monday, Sept. 8, 7:30 p. m., for the opening affair of the high holiday season of the Wom¬ en's ebon Committee of Bonds for Israel. m/s. Schwartz, who lives at 249 S. Cassady Ave., is chairman of the Columbus Chen-CIommittee. Several years ago Mra. Benet was guest speaker here for Ha¬ dassah's donor dinner and as a past president of the Central States Region of Hadassah. She Is recognized as one of the out¬ standing women In the midw;est. This past spring, Mrjs. Benet toured Israel 88 a aiiember of the Hadajssah Pilgrimmage. She is a past chairman of the Cincinnati Women's Division of Bonds for Israel. Mrs. Schwartz la succeeding Mrs. Albert Blank to the leader¬ ship of Chen, the women who sell Israel Bonds and collect cash on commitments and thereby earn the right to Wear the beautiful charms which the State of Israel and Bonds for Israel nationally provides to the volunteers whose assistance Is so valuable and helpful. A complete set of 12 Charms, each representing a tribe of Israel, can be earned with each charm representing $2500 in cash. HADASSAH WOMEN DONOR PLANNED The Columbus Chapters of Hadassah have their first meeting in preparation for the annual donor dinner at the home of Mrs. Alvin Schotten¬ steln, 30 N. Drexel, Wednes¬ day, 8 p. m. Workers will be celve their Instructions for the coming campaign. Funds raised will be used for the Hadassah Medical Organi¬ zation, which Is on the fore¬ front of Israel's medical pio¬ neering. It has helped provide Israel with medical care on a par with the best medical services anywhere In the world, Hadassah ia proud of its tre¬ mendous achievement In be¬ half of the health and welfare of the people of Israel.. EARL FLORA GUEST SPEAKER FOR T, I. Tifereth Israel Men's Club an¬ nounces that ¦ Earl Flora, sports editor of the Ohio State Journal, will be guest speaker for the an¬ nual Installation banquet Wednes¬ day, Sept. 10, 6:30 p. m., in the temple's social heill. P a i d-up membership for the 1958-59 sea¬ son Is the ticket of admission for the affair. Rabbi Nathan Zellzer will In¬ stall the following officers and members of the board for the coming year: Norbert P. Kruger, president; Herman Kress, vice-president (Program); Kurt Hoffman, vice- president Membership); Martin Shenker, vice-president (Pood, Hospitality); Irving Einstein, re¬ cording secretary; Elliott Lands¬ man, corresponding secretary; Sam Liavlne, treasurer. Members of the board: (3y Benls, Dr. Irv Brenner, Abe Coh¬ en, Myer Felnsteln, Milt Glas, Julius Gutter, Bert Lando, Rich¬ ard Lleberman, Sol Myers, Sam Paine, Larry Shankman, Kenneth Solomon, I. Martin Tracht, Dr. Joseph Venook, Milton Welner. Milt Glas will serve as toast- master for the banquet. Martin Shenker is in charge of food ar¬ rangements, which include kish¬ ka. Kurt Hoffman, ' membership chairman, will welcome anyone interested In becoming a member ot T. I. Men's Club. Telephone him at BE. 1-8683. NEW TERM OPENS ON SEPT. 8 FOR HERREW SCHOOL Columbus Hebrew School's Fall term will begin Monday, Sept 8. at the Jewish Onter. The office of the school will be open, begin¬ ning Tuesday, every day at 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., for the enrollment of new pupils. Boys and. girls 7 or older are eligible to enroll In the beginners' classes. Enroll¬ ment Is not limited to beginners only. Daniel Harrison, principal of the school, will be available at all times for conferences. Parents are urged to enroll their children durln gthe coming week, so that the children can start school on the opening day. It is most important for all Jew¬ ish boys and girls to avail them¬ selves of the advantages offered by the Columbus Hebrew School. The curriculum Includes the study of the Hebrew language, Jewish History, bible, religion, customs and ceremonies, prayers and songs and the preparation of boys for Bar Mltzvah. (There Is no extra charge for preparation of Bar Mitzvah.) Upon request, girls will also be prepared for Bas Mitzvah. Three buses and a station wa¬ gon will accommodate all pupils with transportation to and from school. Cards will be mailed early in the weejf to all the pupils in the school, informing each student, the teacher and the classroom they are to report to, and on what trip they will be on. .,' ,, . A Jewish e(Jucfttt6n *iU 'eifajjle/.\ firm arid 'deep-moted understkn^- Ing of his or her place in the American Jewish community. Only by acquiring the great in- "heritance of Jewish knowledge and beauty created through the centuries, will he or she be able to share such riches. If the child has not yet begun his Jewish education, enroll him now. Prepare him or her for the life he or she will lead as an American Jew, as a leader in community activities, as a secure, constructive and happy adult Parents are urged not to delay or postpone enrollment of their children In the Columbus Hebrew School. For particulars, call the office, BE. 1-7764. In addition to Mr. Kass and Mr. Solomon, Rabbi and Mrs. H. Frank and Hershel Marks will be on the teaching staff of the He¬ brew School, for the coming year. Rabbi Frank was. ordained from the Mirer Yeshlvah; he re-j celved a B.A. from Brooklyn Col¬ lege, majoring In Elementary education; he has a Hebrew Teachers license from Torah Umesorah and a New York State Teachers license, qualifying him to teach in the New York public schools. Mrs. Frank is a graduate of the Boston Hebrew Teachers Col¬ lege. She has a B.S. from Statp Teachers College in Boston,, with a major in early childhood edu¬ cation. She is a licensed Hebrew School and I>ubllc School teacher. Mr. Marks is a graduate of Cleveland Hebrew elementary and high'school and attended (or two years the Cleveland Hebrew Teachers training school. He also studied for two yeara In the Camp Sharon Institute for advanced students, Mr. Marks bas a B.A. from the Chicago University and is cur¬ rently enrolled as a student in the College of Agriculture at OSU. fis?i»i)( HEOISTKATIONS URGED FOR PRE-SOHOOt£RS The Jewish Center Pre-Sohool's calendar begins Monday, Sept. 9. Parents who have hot yet com¬ pleted registration requiremet^ts are urged to do so immediately, to ensure enrollment. Conferences can be arranged by calling the Pre-School office, BE. 1-27S1. fii'rvimii9^!9Rtl>*H<^^'**^'^'^^^- ..U,.VMU.aw^»Mrrt'..AW.,lfBl.l,IMtM^ ...tin. ,u#J^UVU.Mn.Mf»V.44^.-l<-4^ t^-^mtfyMh^MMlti v^^mit^iiiiiaAi^Miia^KASiitaiim^i^^^'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1958-08-29|
|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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