Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1958-01-03, page 01
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»«j»M.J »r««.iW«)><»«'1»»"''»*»g . -. .... .. . -. 1 J^L.'-l..,Sji.l :~^=f''*s*t:sSSSr^^ lii>' ...... „.Ji^' llf\0^ 3orving Coluinbus 4nd Gentral Ohio Jewish Communiiy \\7AK \ <•/ Vol. 36, No. I COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, (958 sssssriif IV-"'," fJ ff Md ItwFih Idssffi CAMPAIGN IN 1957 BEST IN "1987 was- Uie moat productive campaign year In tlie seven-year history of Bonds for tiithel sales In Columbus," declared Dr. Ivan Qllbert and WUllam .Ooodman, campaign leaders. ^ Sales this year totaled |ie(),200 from 630 subsorlbers, conitKired to 1966 figures of $Vl9,m> from .440 people. "'"- The best year for Bonds prior to 19S7 wai In 1962, when $187,560 was sold. "The popularity ot State of Is¬ rael Bonds as an Investment that our peo]>le.are making Is becom¬ ing increasingly mora evident," they added. "Th^lSS? campaign was a com¬ munity team effort and we want to thank everyone who had any. thing to do with It This success story would not have been possi¬ ble without the dedicated partici¬ pation of many volunteers and thosl^ who purchase Israel's Bprlda oftentimes the self-same Individuals," Dr. Ollbert and Mr. Goodman concluded. Israel Bonds were first offered for sale In the United States In May, 1961, with the launching of the Independence Issue. In May, 1954 tbe Development Issue began with Interest on coupon bonds In- Local Rabbis to Participate in Center Lecture Series JtABBI ZBUZBR The winter term of the Insti¬ tute of Jewish Studies^ which be¬ gins Wednesday, will offer an un¬ usual array ot communal leader¬ ship In Its 10-week schedule. VOille some phase of biblical study has been a part, ot each semester's curriculum, ^the current program Includes a unique series I of lectures on The Later Books of t|^ Bible, with al] of Columbus' spmtual leaders participating as lecturers and discussion leaders. I The course will be the only one I offered at the 9:46 hour, to per¬ mit maximum enrollment. Robbl Nathan Zellz^' of Con¬ gregation Tifereth Israel will open the series with an Intrdduo- tion to the Prophets on the first evening of the. new term and will continue with aii exainlnatlon and l^erpretation of the Prophet laor Hut on' Jan. 16. On Jan. 22, Dr. Jerome D. Folk- man nf Temple larael will lecture on the Prophet Antos foUowed by Rahbl Lester S^gcil, associate di¬ rector of the B'nal Bi'rith HlUel Foundation, on Jan. 29. Rabbl Segal's subject will be the Prophet Hoseoi. The fifth lecture in the sei^^s on Feb. 6 wUl be on the Prophet Jeremiah, Virith Babbl David Stav¬ sky as the lecturer. Rabbl Stav¬ sky, spiritual leader of Beth Ja¬ cob Synagogue, has Juat com¬ pleted his first term on the Insti¬ tute faculty with an enthusiastic acceptance of hla preaentatlon of The Method of Jewldi Law. Babbi Harry Kaplan, director of HlUel Foundation and one Of the perennial favorites of Insti¬ tute regulars, wlU lecture on the Book of Proverb* on Feb,-12, and EJcolesiastes on Feb. 19. Appropriate to the season, the. Feb; 26 ' lecture will be on the Book «f Esther, with Babbi Klllot Finkel of Congregation Ahavas Sholom presenting the lecture. In hoiior of Purim and the reading of the Megflllah, there WiU be no Institute classes Wed- .gaday, March 5. /' 4Kil-'*BSslons In the BlblV-^erlej/wiU be prMented by Babbi Samuel W. BubeiifBteln of Agudas Achlm Congregatld^^jHIs subject on March 12 will be the Prophet Jonah, and on March 19, the Prophet Mlcoh. The curricu¬ lum committee for the Institute beUeyes that this course will have widespread appeal and expects record enrollment for the semes¬ ter. Other courses being offered In¬ clude Prof. VlrgU Hinshaw's lucl^ (contlnaed on pace S) creased to 4% and the maturity period of savings bonds reduced to 10 years. SlncA the Inception of the Boiid drive the Columbus commilnKy has bought $1,199,350 as ita shares' In tbe overaU total pi $300,000,000 subscribed both here ai^d abro^. business and flpaiiclol, leaders and authorities ponsldeir tibia achievement unprecedented in t'he annals df 20th century financing. Israel Bond revenues are put to useful work by Israef in a wide variety of capitcU and pro¬ ductive ways.' During the ifast year, Immigrant housinW'^ for tho 100,000 jiewcomera claimld a ma¬ jor share of funds Subscribed. Highlights of the 1957 campaign included the following events: 1. The Benewal Brunch! Bun- day, Feb. 16,' Kxcelslpr Club; Shaul Ben-Halm, Israel's Midwest Consul, spoke. The new campaign leaders were inducted and syna¬ gogue High Holiday awards were presented. 2, The Oov. McKeldin O^t^Aa- (Dontinned on pn VOUNER^INNEB SliNDAY TO KE^TUBB MXilSELS VoUi<er Society's annual instal¬ lation banquet is Sunday, 6. p.. m, 4^Bctb Jacob Synagogue, and features the appeaj^ance of Cai;i- tor an;} ISxe. Saul' Meiaeh^, ppp- ular entcrtahifjg,^fy9miClgygl^Pid. BABBI FOLKMAN BABBISTAVSKT BABBI BUBENSTEIN BABBI FENKBL BABBI KAPLAX MRS. IRVING ABRAMS TV SPEAK JAN. 29 AT ' BRANDEIS WOMEN'S ANNUAL MEETING t Thla yea.)r marks the 10th anni¬ versary of the founding of Bran¬ deis University, as weU aa that of the National.Women's Committee of Brandeis. It Is tflerefore fitting that Mrs. Irving Abrams, one of the found¬ ers of tbe Women's Committee, . Euid a past national president, should be the speaker at the an- .^BAMS nual meeting ot the Oolumbus Chapter. Mrs. Abrams is a forceful and Interesting speaker, with a Vast knowledge and background that gives spark to her words aa ahe paints a picture in vivid color of the development and progreas of Brandels University. Mrs. Aaron Canowltz has ar¬ ranged the ^program." The annutbl paid-up membership meeting and installation of offi¬ cers wUI be held Jan. 29 at llon¬ ka's Provincial Houae. Formal in¬ vitations wlU be mailed. Mrs. Jack Resler, president, has appointed the following chairmen: Mrs. Reuben Abramson, reserva¬ tions; Mrs. Jack Shore, chairman of hostesses; luncheon chairman, Mrs. Sam Valcov; Mrs. Morris Paine and Mrs. N. Nedelman, co- chairmen of decorationa. Ail new members will be for- maUy welcomed Into tho Chapter. There Is still time to become an Annual or Life member before the meeting. Contact Mrs. Sher¬ man Sharwell or .Mrs. Bernard Feltllnger, co-chairmen of annual membership. Mrs, Maurice Rus¬ off Is Life membership chairman. OBIKNTALS—Left to right above are Mrs. Louis Gertner, 175 S. Stanwood; Mrs. Aaron K. Horowitz, 80 S. Casslnghom, and Mra. Munroe Paleatrant, 231 S. Harding, In rehearsal for Rose Bi Lazarus Sisterhood's Oriental luncheon Jan. 14. (Topy photo) ANNUAL UNI0N6RAM LUNCHEON JAN. 14 Rose B. Lazarus Slsterhood't, annual Unlongrom affair will be an Oriental luncheon Tuesday, Jan. 14, In the "teahouse" of the Temple "sisters" (Vestry Room at Temple Israel). Hostesses In oriental costumes will serve the luncheon. Mrs. Isadore Topper la chair¬ man in charge df the luncheon and win be. aided by Mrs. Aaron K. Horowitz, who is making the decorations and the costumes, and Mrs. Louis Qertner and Mrs. Mun¬ roe Palestrant, who are assisting Mrs. Topper with the luncheon. Charge for the luncheon ia $2, and the telephone committee, un¬ der the direction of Mra. Bert Rosenthal, BB. 0-6892, and Mrs. Bd Baler; BB. B-4627, wiU be call¬ ing membera for reservations. Any inember wanting to bring a guest (cojiitiaaM «•»•(• N BpOK BEVDSW FBATDBB FOB LILOH MEKmNO - Mrs. B. W. Ahramaon wiiU re¬ view a current book at the Jan uary meeting of Hadassah's LUoh p;roup Tuesday, 8:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Opening frayer wUI be read by Mra. Anhur Meizlish. Hostesses for the social hour which wlU follow Mrs. Abramson's book re¬ view will be Mrs. Doris Schwartz¬ berg, Mrs. ^eal Cailif and Mrs. Albert W^serstrom.' AQUAMARINE SITE . OF HADASSAH ^ MEETING^ "The Dream Come True." a night ot glamour, fun and fabu¬ lous prizes, has been planned by the Columbua Chapter of Hadas¬ sah for Tueaday evening, Feb. 18, at the Aquamarine Club on Bast Main St. Broadway will come to Jioln Street that evening, as the beautl- fUlly-dressed guests wlU be Inter¬ viewed and announced In open¬ ing night fashion. Twp proud guests will be visit¬ ing Broadway shortly afterwards, for the two top prizes will he tickets to a Columbus Citizen's theater party in New York. There win be Bcorea ot other prizes— and favors for all. Supper will be served. Another premiere—for the first time outside of Palm Beach, guests win witness an informal modeling of County Calico Fash¬ ions, designed by Claire Golden, former Columbus resident, who haa gone far In fashion circles. Modeling will take place while guests are playing cards. "The Dream Come True" vUl benefit Hadassah's own "Dream Come True," the Hadassah Medi¬ cal (Tenter in Bin Karem,. sched¬ uled tor completion In 1950. Ad¬ mission charge Is $335 In sales tax, or Its equivalent, $7.00, or a combination of tax stamps and cash. SABDAtli FOBBSf'1^ SCHEDULED AT BJ FRIDAY Names of participants In the eighth annual B'nal B'rlth Joint Sabbath torum Fridoy, Jan. 10, hfl.ve been announced by Rabbl David Stavsky of Beth Jacob Syn¬ agogue. The meeting wHl be conducted at the sjmagogue, 969 Bulen, starting at 8:15 pjn. Mrs. Dorothy Tassenoff, presi¬ dent, ot women's Zlon chapter, WiU lead the opening prayer. Her¬ bert Cummins, president, and Sol Shaman, vice-preaident, of men'a Zion lodge, and MUt PInaky, prea¬ ident, and Don Tlshman, vice-, president, of men's Buckeye lodge WiU read froni the Scripture. After Rabbi Stavskys sermon, Mrs. Herbert Feldmap, president of women's Candlelight lodge, wlU lead the closing prayer. Assisting head usher Jerry Po- Ben ot Beth Jacob will be Leo Linsk and Henry Lewin. Mrs. AUce White, president of Beth Jacob Siaterhood, will be in charge of the refreshments to be aerved after the fortun. BRANDBIS serVDY OROUP Brandels Study Group wiU meet 'Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., at the Jew- lob Center. JOINT MEETING OF THREE GROUPS B'nai B'rlth Women, Hadaaaah and Council of Jewish Women have their 14th annual Joint meet¬ ing Tuesday afternoon at the Co¬ lumbus Gallery of Pine Arts. Mrs. Melville D. BYank, a prominent pianist In the city, wlU be the guest artist for the afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Yassenoff, presi¬ dent of Zlon Chapter, B'nal B'rlth. wiU be the presiding officer. Mrs. Allan Meyer, president of Council, wiU give tho opening prayer. Mrs. Harold Bdelstein, president of Szold Hadasaah, will introduce Mrs. Frank. Members of Candlelight, B'n^ B'rith and LUoh Hadassah haVe alao been invited to participate in tbe annual event. Mra. Josef Haas, repreaenting Council, Is chairman of the tea prior to the 12:30 meet> Ing. ftepresentatlvea Of the various organizations wlU cooperate with Mrs, Haas Jn actingr as hOstesasis for the afternoon.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1958-01-03|
|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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