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>¦¦ .»u.i,ju?iv^ir-.'rr^^.ii^iMX^'' ,»v.T,j»-»)i.«»«i,:-i-:vi'''"TF™'r'Jtiii" an,iV'MJr^v'-^-iii*J'*trtWflrt«'5'''«'''«5F^'i^'=^'iW^-*P*i««'*='« ¦(.' RW>Wf*««»iT tiKW Warinrli :•»^;..^«^•f«»..¦.'^'l 'J^u-^Mtl^*'!*'^'^*''^'*'^''^'^ S[\\/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community^AvA Vol. 36, No. 11 COLUMBUS, OHIO. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1958 .^ QQ Devoted to American <^^ and Jewiih Ideali TOUNG MATUONB — Above are speakers and chairmen for the neighborhood affairs of United Jewish Fund's Young Matrons. Standing, left to right: Mesdames Mllton Parker, Myer Mellman, Jerome Gross, Leon Schottensteln, Martin Godof¬ sky, Rob'ert Aronson, Howard Schoenbaum, David Roth, B. W. Abramson and (at the extreme right) Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Seated, left to right: Mes¬ dames Herbert Schiff, Sanford Tlmen, Harold Edelstein, Sam Luper, Bernard Frank, David Brown, Aaron Zaclts, Jack Wolman and Sherman Sharwell. Not present when the picture was taken: Mrs. Irving Lackritz, Mrs. Joseph Shecter, Mrs. Henry Gurvls and Mr. Robert Aronson. Special Neighborhood Affairs Project Launched by UJF's Young Matrons Mrs. Sherman Sharwell, 1446 E. Broad St., was hostess at her home for an early-morning meet¬ ing of chairmen and speakers for Young Matrons and Young Adults of United Jewish Fund's Women's Division. They met to co-ordinate the pro¬ gram for the newly-inaugurated neighborhood affairs — a project which started last Tursday at the home of Mrs. Howard L Good¬ man, 180 S. Merkle Rd., with Mrs. Theodore Barneby aia co-hostess, OANTOB SOHREIBB CONSUL BEN-HAIM ISRAa CONSUL BEN-HAIM MAIN SPEAKER FOR PIONEER WOMEN'S DONOR MARCH 23 Shaul Ben-Halm, consul of Israel, will be the featured sbpeaker at the Pioneer Women's annual donor dinner at the Jewlah Center Sunday, March 23. He was born in Berlin, Germany, and moved to Palestine in 1933. He received his education in Palestine and during the war served in the Jewish Settlements Police Force. In 1945, he was appointed Administrative Assistant In the World War II Vet¬ erans' Administration. At the putbreak of hostilities in 1948, Ben-Halm was active in the Manpower Division of the Isracl Ministry of Defense. In 1949 he was appointed Deputy Secretary General of the newly-established Ministry of Supply and Rationing. In 1950, he entered the Foreign Service arid was appointed Sec¬ retary of the Israel Legation for the Scandinavian Countries, In charge of Press and Infortnatlon. He returned to Israel In 1953 as Principal Asslstaht in the Eco¬ nomic Division of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, where he was in Dharge of the desk dealing with Israel's economic relations with the British Commonwealth and with export planning. In February, 1966, Ben-Halm was appointed Consul In the Con¬ sulate General of Israel In Chi¬ cago. Cantor Irving Sohreier of Tem¬ ple Tifereth Israel will sing sev¬ eral selections at the dinner Cantor Schreler is a graduate of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and MesUta Torah Vodaath of Brook¬ lyn. He also attended New York City College, studied voice with Prof. Reld of Marymount College in New York, and completed his musical education with the Music Department of the University of Notre Dame, where he studied v/lth Prof. Cecil Birder. Cantor Schreier has performed jn many concerts and rex;ltals, including television and radio ap¬ pearances. He has appeared at the Palace Theatre of South Bend, Ind., was the, soloist for the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and has been the con¬ cert singer for the Jewish Nation¬ al Fund of South Bend. Cantor Schreler will be accom¬ panied by Mrs. A. L. Greenspun. The donor dinner will not be open to the general public. Only through a donation of $18 or more can one who la not a mem¬ ber attend. Anyone wanting to donate can contact Mrs. Samuel Hahn, CL. 8-8332, general- donor chairman. This year, Ploner Women of Columbus have pledged to raise $3,650, to be used In furthering Its support of schools, training centers, homes for children, etc.. In Israel. Mrs. Robert Aronson as chair¬ man, Mrs. Aaron Zacks as speak¬ er. ' , The neighborhood project will enable many of the contributors to acquaint themselves with their neighbors and learn the aims and purposes of the UJF. The plan hEis met with much enthus¬ iasm and probably will become ah annual event In' UJF cam¬ paigning. Mrs. Sharwell and Mrs. Mllton M. Parker are responsible for obtaining speakers and co-ordi¬ nating the neighborhood affairs. The remaining calendar for the neighborhood campaign: Bexley north — Monday, tea, 1 p. m. Mrs. Alvin Worly, 90 N. Merkle Rd., hostess; Mrs. Irving Gold, co-chatrraan; Mrs. Howard Schoenbaurn, chairman; Mra. B. W. Abramson, speaker. ColonhU Wlllhunsburg — Tues. day, 8 p. m., Mrs. Irv Rubin, 2872 Ruhl Ave., hostess; Mrs. Bert Rosenthal, co-hostess; Mrs. David Brown, chairman; Mrs. Sanford Tlmen, speaker. Eastmoor south — "Tuesday, 8 p. m., Mra. Eugene Hameroff, 2937 Hampahlre Rd., hostess; Mrs. Irving Cohen, co-hostess; Mrs. Howard Schoenbaum, chair¬ man; Mrs. Irving Lackritz, speaker. Virginia Lee — Tuesday, 8 p. m., Mrs. Robert Lee Schiff, 284 N- Gould Rd., hostess; Mrs. Ger¬ ald Friedman, chairman; Mrs. B. W. Abramaon, speaker. Tuesday, 8 p. m., Mrs. David Madison, 3114 Maryland Ave., hostess; Mrs. Robert Stone, co-hostess; Mrs. Leon Schottensteln, ohairman; Mrs. Martin Godofsky, speaker. Leawood Gardens — Tuesday, 8 p. m., Mrs. Bernard Friedman, 4758 Huxley Court Dr., hostess; Mrs. Jack Walllck, co-hostess; Mrs. Myer Mellman, chairman; Mrs. Herbert Schiff, speaker. Eastmoor — Wednesday, tea, 1 p. m., Mrs. Aaron Kahn, 169 S. Gould Rd., hostess; Mrs. Sam Schwartz, co-hostess; Mrs. Ber¬ nard Frank, chairman; Mri?. Her. bert Schlff, speaker. Telephone luncheon — Wednes¬ day, 12:30 p. m., Mrs. Jerome Schottensteln, 490 N. Columbia Ave., hostess. Beverly Manor — Wednesday, 8:16 p. m., Mrs. Martin Stoneman, 373 N. Virginia Lee West, hostesa; Mra. Norman Fagin, co-hostess; Mrs. David Brown, chairman; Mrs Herbert Schlff, speaker. Bexley south — Wednesday, 8:15 p. m., Mrs. Meyer Pobere¬ skln, 1062 S. Roosevelt, hostess; Mrs. Jesse Elsen, co-hostess; Mrs. Jerome Gross, chalnnan; Mrs. Robert Aronson, speaker. Eastmoor north — Wednesday, 8:16 p. m., Mrs. Seymour Cohen, (continued on pace 8) MRS. M. J. LEEMAN TO BE HONORED MARCH 25 Mrs. Mllton J. Leehian, presi¬ dent of B'nai B'rith Women, Dis¬ trict 2, will be honored at the pre-p.ild" membership dinner of Zion Chapter Tueaday evening, March 25, at the Jewish Center. Mrs. Albert J. Becker and Mrs. Aaron Kahn, co-chairmen of the current membership drive of Zion Chapter, have Issued the follow¬ ing letter to the Women of Coium-^ bua and surrounding communi¬ ties: "Dear Friend: "Within the next few days, you will receive a telephone call. Please answer, and listen. "You're going to be asked to join B'nal B'rlth Women. Maybe you've been asked before .... maybe you have already been a member, either here, or in an¬ other community. Please give special thought and consideration to joining NOW, when you are called. We need you and want you. "B'nai B'rith is the oldest and largest Jewish Service Organiza¬ tion in the world. B'nai B'rlth is a family affair, from our youth groups of the teen-age level (AZA and BBG): through our Hillel Foundations for our college students. With our hoapitais for thoae in need offering protection to all of us, everywhere; under the Anti-Defamatlon League pro¬ gram, for Democracy; through our overaeas activities and work tor and in Israel . . . B'nai B'rith circles the globe, and touches the lives of every one of ua. "Tueaday evening, March 25, Zion Chapter will begin the year (continued on ilage 5) ANNUAL SABBATH FRIDAY EVENING Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will hold Ita annual Sisterhood Sab¬ bath service next Friday evening (March 21). Mrs. Jack Schilling, president, will extend greetings. Mrs. George Levlne, Religion chairman, wrjli Introduce the panel, consisting of Mrs. Melvin Sachs of Zanesville and Mrs. Stanley Wasserstrom, Ctolumbus. They will discuss "Jewish Family Living in a Small Town." SisterhooJ choir will also par¬ ticipate in the service. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, served by Mrs. Harry Cowan and her com¬ mittee. JWVA CARD PARTY AT CENTER WEDNESDAY Above, front row, are Mra. David Roaenbaum and Mrs. Alfred Rosen; back row, Mrs. Sanford Flshmtin, Mrs. Bernard Kaplan and Mra. I.,ouls Grossman. Mrs. Flshman and Mrs. Kaplan are co- chairmen for the card party being sponsored by Capitol Ladies Auxi¬ liary, Post 122, Wednesday, 8:15 p. m., at the Center. Door prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. Tickets can be purchased from any member ot JWVA, or at the door. Pro¬ ceeds from the card party will be for the Ald-to-Israel project. SHIP-A-BOX MEE'TING SUNDAY AT CENTER Ctouncllettea' annual Ship-a- Box meeting is Sunday, 2-4 p. m., at the Jewish Center. Articles collected will be sent to many needy famiiiea in Europe. Members of Councliettes have been notified by mail what they are to bring to the meeting. LODGE 62 STAG 'PRIZE'EVENT A "lucky night stag" will be held Tuesday, 8 p." m., at the Berwick Restaurant (next to The Center) for the drawing in B'nal B'rlth's Metropolitan Contest. Zion Lodge 62 will have a direct conference line open to both New York, where the main drawing will be held, and Cleveland, where the state drawing takes place. In addi¬ tion, a local drawing will be held at the stag. Top prizes Include trips to Europe, mink stole, new car, trips to Florida, appliances . . . to name a few. After the drawing, refreshments will be served. STP'S 'PRESIDENTIAL' CANDIDAe \ Above are presidential candidates for Sigma Theta Pi's dance Saturday (tonight) in the ballroom of Lincoln Lodge. Standing, left to right, are Alan Weinberg-of Pegasus, Alan Levine of Nobles, Ron¬ nie Kauffman of Pi Tau Pi. Seated are Brenda Schilling of Councli¬ ettes and Debbi Planson of Phil Alph C31il. Other candidates, not pic¬ tured. Include representatives of AZA, Phi Gtimma CJhl, B'nal B'rlth Girls and Phi Gamma Gamma. Music for the "Presidential Ball" will be by the Interludes. En¬ tertainment will Include an original skit by members of STP. One of the evening's highlights will be the selection of the "Mr. and Madame President" titles. NER TALMUD AWARD IS PRESENTED Rabbl Nathan Zellzer (left) of Temple Tifereth Israel Is shown presenting the Ned Talmud Award to Star Scout Richard Westermaui of the Jewish Center's Troop 126, at the annual Center Scout ban¬ quet recently. The Ner Talmud presentation Is the Jewish Religioua Award for scouts who complete an extensive study of religion with the rabbi, and extensive service to their synagogue and Judaism^ The study for the award ts In keeping with the 12th Scout Law— "A scout Is reverent."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1958-03-14|
|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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