Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1960-01-29, page 01
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m}m:;f^^! ^^^x ':'.'f.i^frih'n'..\A<A'Ai\iff '1,^1.%^... \ji^.h,mu&:i-..:"^.i...j. .n' M. ! ..iJ^I^.I.J»J'-. ^.^NJ h^tJUi!j£Viir^,t^J^4M!'!:i^^tM''^^^!'UU COLUMBUS EDITION COLUMBUS EDiflbN Serving Columbus, Da WOHSnw TVOIMOlSlH » TifoionojHoav Communities CT\S Vol. 38, No. 6 FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, I960 Dtvqfad to /\in»rte«n and Jewiih Idaalt Marvin Glassman Is Selected Jaycee's Toung Man Of 1959' Mother - Daughter This mother-daughter combination has been working on the Counoil of Jewish Womrai's annual Angel Luncheon, set for Winding HoUow Country Olub on Feb. 2. Left to right are Mrs. Bemard Peitlingeir, chairman of gifts, and Mrs. Martin Hackman, chairman of pledges. CJW Angels Meet At Luncheon Feb. 2 Tuesday Is the day set by the Council of Jewish Women for its annual Angel. Limcheon, which will feature the naming of the "Angel of the Day" and the appearance of Maggie Daly, nationally known fashion model and correspondent. The luncheon will be held at 'Winding Hollow Country Club beginning at 13:30 p.m. Mrs. Stanley 'Wasserstrom, and her com¬ mittee, is in charge of the affair. BT LARBT SOPPBL A man who glvea so much of himself in anything he does was honored last night as the "Outstanding Young Man of 1969" by the CoIiunl>u8 Jimior Chamt>er of Commerce. Marvin L. Qlassman received this distinctive honor at the Chamber's Dlstinguiahed Award Banquet at the Athletic Ciub. He was selected from a field of 10 celebrated candidates. OLASSMAN WAS nominated for the award by Ivan Gilbert, Richard Oman and Norman Folpe, a previous winner. According to Gilbert, "Mairvin Glassmcm has done more work, had more activities and given more time than anyone in the community in our generation. His load of work has been staggering and there is no one who can begin to approach the quantity and 'quality of the work. It Is always excellent." I Not aware that he had been chosen the winner, Glassman said of his nomination, "I think it is quite an honor. I was quite thrilled to be nominated. I under¬ stand that there have been some real 'top' people nominated." TO BE NOMINATED for the award, a candidate must not have reached his SBth birthday by'Jan. X of this year. Glassman is 36. Glassman has been tbe kind of man who works beyond the call I ffenerai sales manager of the G. of duty and responsibility. His W. Holmes Co.; John F. Havens, ONE FEATUKE of the after¬ noon will be the awarding of a trip for two to New York and a weekend In Cincinnati. The "An¬ gel of the Day" will be chosen from a list of nominees submitted Ohio Communities Gather For Confab Columbus will be host to the Ohio Conferenoe on Community Re¬ lations at the Fort Hayes Hotel during the weekend of Peb. 18-14. Three sessions are scheduled for the conference at which repre¬ sentatives from Jewish community groups wllll bear.speakers dlscius current issues and problems of Interest to the communities of Ohio. Sessions are open to all members of the Jewish Community. HERBERT WISE, Columbus, chairman of the Columbua Comr munity Relations Committee and Marvin Olitssmon Bterbert E. Ostrov HERBERT OSTROV IS REPRESENTATIVE FOR ISRAa BONOS Herbert E. Ostrov has been named Columbus representative of State of Israel Bonds by Harold Schottenstein, chairman. Ostrov will also supervise bond campaigns In Lima, Marion, Zanesville and father communltdes In the area. He comes to Colum¬ bus after being the Dayton repre¬ sentative. That city led the United States In the largest I>ond selling increase of cities tn its size cate¬ gory laat year. A graduate of the College ot Business Administration, Univer¬ sity of Cincinnati, Ostrov serye4 from 195S to 1967 as a lieutenant in the Air Force in management auialyals, and was associated wltb a Clnctnnati real estate firm. The new member of the bond staff is third vice-president of Cincinnati Lodge No. 4, B'nai B'rlth, and Is engaged In a wide range pf community activities. He Is married and lias one child. He succeeds Leonard Brooks, who has taken another post In the organization at Norfolk, Va. by Council members. Any counoil memiber is eligible with the ex¬ ception of past presidents and present officers. Suggestions may be made with Mrs. Ben Kahn at BE. 6-4462. Mrs. Richard Abel and Mrs. Armand Abel are serving as treasurers for the affair. Pledges may be sent to Mrs. R. Abel. Favors will be provided for the guests. Mrs. Herbert Cummlna is in charge of them. Mrs. Simon Lazarus, in charge of special gifts; worked with the following committee: the Mes¬ dames Bernard Feitlinger, Harry Roth, Herbert Schiff, William Schiff, Sam Schlonsky, Harry Schwartz and Stanley Schwartz. IN OHABOE of decorations is Mrs. tl. A. Madison and Mrs. B. Kahn. Committee members in¬ clude the Mesdames David Feer¬ er, Wlllard Ijcvln, Irwln Barkan, Jerry Office and Theodore Fhik- elsteln. Reservations for the luncheon may still be made with Mrs. Ber¬ nard Friedman, BE. 1-4892. Any members not having transporta¬ tion may call Mrs. Leon Seligson, BE. 1-9979 or Mrs. Ted Finkel¬ stein at BE. 1-0086. A baby sitting service at the club wlil be pro¬ vided. Mrs. Paul Callif is chairman of hostesses. Greeting guests will be the Mesdames Theodore Beck¬ man, Dantel Cohen, Henry Coop¬ er, Herljert Cummins, Allen Gun¬ dersheimer, Sr., Myer Hausman, Maurice Hepps, Stuart Krupnlfck, Myer Mellman, Isaac Nutis, Ralph Rosenthal, L,eon Schotten¬ steln, Justin Sillman, Emil Was¬ serstrom, Sol Zell and Aladar Zipser. PROGRESS WtONTtlEAL, (JTA) — The Hadassah-Wlzo Organization o f Canda transmitted more than $2,000,000 to assist nearly 1000 In¬ stitutions In Israel during the past year, delegEttes to its 18th biennial convention were told. Pierre Mendes-France, former French Premier, told the conven¬ tion that Israel was a fine ex¬ ample of the effectiveness Ot free world financial and technical as¬ sistance. The past year,' he said, had been a very good one fpr Is¬ rael economically and he foroast continued progress in 1960. Mrs. Harry Cohen, of Sydney, N. S., and Montreal was elected national president. activities have been both Jewish and non-Jewish. As Gilljert said, "Wherever the community need, you will always find Marvin Glassman." -¦ -- Glassman is married and the father ot a son, 10 and a daughter, 7. He resides with his virife and children at 167 S. Ardmore Rd. He Is president of the Radio Cab Co., treasurer of the Green and Yellow Cab Co. and vice-president of the East Side Cab Co. OLASSMAN^ community ac¬ tivities have included work with the United Jewish V\aid, Jewish Family Service, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, Charity Newsies, United Appeals, Jet Baseball Club, Better Business Bureau, Airport Dedication Com¬ mittee, Columbus 'faxlcab Owners Association, Columbus Automobile Club and Red Cross. He has been instrumental in obtaining feature length motion pictures for the Children's Hos¬ pital, Children's Home and the Detention Home. With the CJFWF, Glassman has been a member of the national committee on leadership develop¬ ment for two years. With the Jewish Family Service he has been chairman of the employment committee, chairman of the case committee and Is the present secretary. HE WAS qENERAL solicita¬ tions chairman of the United Jewish Fund in 1957, chairman of the speakers and eduoation bu¬ reau and co-chairman of the com¬ munity leadership group for the UJF. Glassman waa well known on the corner of Blast Broad Street and Chesterfield Road during the past Charity Newsies drive. He has also worked on many of the committees lyithln the Newsies' organization. He is vice-president of the Columbus Taxicab Owners Asso¬ ciation and bas worked on the safety and development commlt- teea of the AAA. During the 1969 flood, he placed taxicabs at the disposal of the Red Cross. OLASSMAN ATTENDED Ohio State University, Is a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and 'served with the United States Armed Forces during the second world war. He has been associated with the cab companies since 1946. The other nominees for this award were James L. Briers, sales manager for the Ohio Bell Tele¬ phone Co.; Jotm C. Campbell, realtor and president of the Equitable Investment Corp.; F. Michael Herrel, general manager of Diamond Milk Products, Inc.; Dean Lewi3,„.WBNS Radio an¬ nouncer; William G. Moore, oity editor ot the Columbus Citizen- Journal; Richard R. Murphy, Jr., lawyer; John K. Pfahl, associate professor of finance at Ohio State University; and Evan Whallon, musical director-conductor of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. It goes without saying that the Jewish community is proud of his work and the honor he has received. That he was chosen from auch an outstanding list of candi¬ dates should make the community doubly proud. His work has brought about a better under¬ standing between ail faiths. The award points out that Columbus can he truly called an "All American City," a place where any community interested individual may receive recognition through his own merits. MISS ISRAEL HERE TO KICK-OFF OJSF DRIVE ON CAMPOS A aergeant In the Israeli Army Air Force, a former member of the Israel Defense Forces, a vet¬ eran of the 1956 Israel Sinai Cam¬ paign against Egypt, a flight con¬ trol operator in the Gaza Strip ac¬ tion and Miss Israel of 1968-69. Ail this describes Miriam Ha¬ dar, a finalist in the 1959 Miss Universe contest, who wlil be in Columbus to launch the 1B60 United Jewish Student Fund drive on the Ohio State University campus. THE TALL, dark haired young lady vidll speak at the kick-off brunch for UJSF workers at the B'nal B'rlth Hillel Foundation, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Larry Haas Is general chairman of the drive, which .each year meets a $6000 goal. The money la added to the Columbus United , Jewish Fund and Council drive. At the age of 17, Mi^s Hadar enlisted in the Israel Army Air Force, a full year before her draft group, As a part of an Air Force unit. Miss Hadar was within 10 miles of the Suez Canal before tlie United Nations cease-fire halted hostilities. chairman of the Ohio (Conference will open the conference at 8 p.m. William Wasserstrom, chairman of Ck>uncll of Organizations of the Columbus United Jewish Fund and CTouncil, will give the wel¬ coming remarks. Lawrence H. Williams, chair¬ man of the Qeveland (Community Relatlona (Committee, will be chairman of the session on Church-State Issues. Evaluator win be Abe Feinberg, (Cleveland Area director of the American Jewish (Committee. Phil Jacobson of New York City, Amerioan Jew¬ ish (Committee, aiao will speak. Seymour (Jorchoff, director of the Ohio-Kentucky Region for the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rlth will review the status of problems and prospective legal proceiedings in Otiio com¬ munities. Other participants in¬ clude: BOB FPPTERMAN or Dan Asher of Dayton, "Involvement of the Jewish (Community;" Mrs. Herman Ipp, Youngstown, "Inter¬ action with the Non-Jewish (Com¬ munity;" Sidney Vincent, (Cleve¬ land, "Understanding the Role of School Authorities." C. B. Israel, chairman of the Cincinnati (Community Relations (Committee, will be chairman of the session on CCivil Rlghta Issues which will be presented Sunday morning at 9:30. Leonard Sebrans, director of the Jevrish Community^ Federa¬ tion of (Canton will be evaluator. Other participants will be Alan D. Kandel, Cleveland, "(Changing Neighborhoods;" Ira Oipsen, (Cin¬ cinnati, "Social Discrimination;" Al CChernln of New York, "Fed¬ eral Legislation;" Lou Matusoff of Deiyton and Jerry Belenker of the (Columbus ADL staff, "Or¬ ganized Antl.Semltlsm in Ohio." FOLLOWINO THE luncheon Richard J. Abel of (Columbus will be chairman of the aession on (Civil Rights. Burt Silverman of Toledo will be evaluator. Richard B. Guggenheim, clialrman of the Ohio (Civil Rights (Commission, will speak on "How the Jewish (Community (Can Help in Making the Ohio (Civil Rights (Commission Work More Effective." The re¬ sponse win be given by Charles Posner, director of the (Cincinnati (Community Relations (Committee. Wise will serve as chairman on the session to evaluate the con¬ ference. Felnberg, Sebrans and Silverman also will participate. A general discussion will follow with adjournment at -8 p.m. Membera ot the local Planning (Committee are: Oscftr Fleokner, chairman, Dr. Ben Oertner, Mrs. Joseph Schechter, M. D. Portman, Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Allan "Uar- ahlah, Belenker Oorchott and Ben M. Mandelkom. Wise ia chairman of the state¬ wide planning committee along with Mandelkom, the exeoutive director of the United Jewish Fund and (Council, as secretary. Herliert Wise A SHORT time before, (oontlnaad on pace 4) as a ELECT OFFIOERS NEW YORK (WUP)—During the recent annual meeting of the American-Israel Chamber of (Com¬ merce and Industry, the following officers were elected for the year 1060: Nathan Straus m, presi¬ dent; Albert I. Terhune, first vice president; O. V. Gandel, Abroliam Goodman, Jacob Mazer, vice presi¬ dents; Isaac (Charchat, treasurer, and Benjamin C. Thorn, secre¬ tary. The new directors elected Include WUUam H. Bruton, Max Ooft, Abram M. Perlman, Walter A. Prince and Myer Schwartz. NEW HOME FOR AGED NEARS GOAL; THANK YOO IS EXTENDED Aaron Zacks, campaign chair¬ man for the new Jewish home for the aged bas Issued the fol¬ lowing "thanks" for memorial contributions toward the new home. His statement follows: "The response of the generous men and women ot the Jewish community in subscribing to the memorial opportunities available in the new Jewish home for the aged has l)een most gratifying. "THE SUBSTANTIAL contribu¬ tions received to date indicate tbat our dreams for providing for the aged can be fulfilled if WO can just obtain a few more pledges to complete the goal. "These last few contributiona on any worthy project always come rather slow. But large or small, they are as necessary qs the first gifts received. "An honor roll, listing only names of contributors. Is now i)eing compiled for publication- 1 know of many of our good people, not yet subscribers, who definitely desire to be Included on this honor roll. "RIGHT NOW, our community is starting the annual appeal tot UJA funds. We don't wish to compete with this wortliy cauae. So until the United Jewish Fund and (Council reaches Its goal, nt> active solicitation for the Jewish home for aged building fund will be conducted. The publishing of the honor roll will be later. "Meanwliile, on behalf ol the campaign committee, I hlKtaly commend and thank all of yqu for your Inspired eicample ol notevrorthy . recognition ot the opportunities for memorials In the home."
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1960-01-29|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
Franklin County (Ohio)
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|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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