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COLUMBUS EDITION COLUMBUS EDITION Serving Columbus, Dayton and Central Onio Je Vol. 38, No. 41 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, I960 on D>vot*d lo Amjrlesn ^^ and Jewiih M.ali JWVA Donor Luncheon Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, Capitol Ladies, are shown planning their annual donor luncheon. Seated, left to right, are Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, donor treasurer; Mrs. Victor Bofsky, tax stamp chairman; Mrs. Max Abramson, pledge chairman; Mrs. David Rosenbaum, donor chairman; lArs. Harry Oowan, decorations chairman; Mrs. Allen Siegel, president; Mrs. Max TraRer, advisor and publicity. Standing, left to right, are Mrs. Fred Goodman, ads; Mrs. Irvin Flox, program ohalr¬ man; Mrs. Sarah Fisher, nds; Mrs. Larry Gordon, guys and dolls; Mrs. Lester SoUgson, ads; Mrs. Fred Adler, ads; Mrs. Marvin Grossman, pledgee. Second Annual Meeting Of UJFC Is Set For Sunday Pinal plans for the second annual meeting of the United Jewish Fund and Council, to be held this Sunday, Oct. 2, at Winding Hollow Country Club, were announced by Edward Schlezlnger, chairman of the planning committee. The dinner meeting will start at 6 p.m. with the charge for dinner act at %'i.ao per plate. The program has been so arrainged to be of interest to every member of the community. TTie committee has been working dili¬ gently to Insure an informative JWVA Annual Donor Luncheon Planned For Ilonka's, Oct. 18 Capitol Ladles Auxiliary No. 122, JWVA, is preparing Its 15th annual donor luncheon for Tuesday, Oct. 18, 12;30 p.m. at Ilonka's Provincial House. Admission is $8 covering pledge and luncheon, payable partly or wholly ($400 face value) by sales tax stamps, cash or any combination of both. An afternoon of luncheon, highlighted by an accessory fashion show, a mad hatter's contest, souvenirs and treats has been planned by Mrs. David Rosenbaum, donor cbaimian and her committee, for all members, friends, and guests of the Auxiliary wanting to attend the affair, which is by reservation only. RE^BVKD tickets may be had anytime before the deadline of Oct. 11, from Mrs. Max Abramson, BE. 1-9611, pledge chairman. Mra. Martin Kaufher, BE. 1-B851, pruys NEWSPAPERS REJECT RACIALIST ADS IN MINNESOTA CITIES MINNE5APOLIS (JTA) — Dally newspapers tn Minneapolis and St. Paul, after running for several days a classified advertisement for a society "for the Preserva¬ tion of the White Race," rejected additional advertising from the group, The rejection by the St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press and by the Minneapolis Star and Tri¬ bune brought picketing of the Mimieapolis paper by Paul B, Hur¬ ley, a candidate for (Congress who reportedly was associated with the Society for the Preservation of the White Race. The rejected advertisement read: "Supporters needed. The National Society for the Preserva¬ tion of the White Race." The In¬ sertion carried a "blind" box num- ber. Those replying to the Inser¬ tion received Uteratute on the or¬ ganization's goals and suggesting solicitation of funds for further organlssatlon work might be needed. The North Minneapolis Post, a neighborhood newspaper, refused all advertising from the group on grounds the newspaper opposed "the principles of the Ku Klux Klan." The paper asserted editor¬ ially that the KKK had been char¬ acterized by "Intense natlvlsm, anti-Catholicism and antl-Semlt¬ lsm." and dolls chairman, will honor children's names in the year book at $1 per family. Mrs. Morris Stetelman, CL. 2-1586, handles the memorial and professional page. Checks or money may be sent to Mra. Bernard Kaplan, donor treasurer, at 499 S. Drexel. Sales tax stamps, sorted, counted and packaged may be sent to Mrs. Victor Rofsky, tax stamp chair¬ man, 490 Napoleon Ave. MRS. DAVID Rosenbaum, donor chairman, is in charge of the advertising year book, with the following committee: Mes¬ dames Fred Adler, Harry (3owan, Bertha Dulsky, Sarah Flaher, Jack Franklin, Harry Caraway, Sam ("Joldman, Fred (Joodman, Her¬ man Jacobs, Martin Kaufher, Morris Lessure, Julius Margulles, Tobias Polster, David Raiken, Les¬ ter Seligson, Allen Siegel, and Morris Stetelman. Advisor is Mrs. Max Trager. Mrs. Irvin Blox is program chair¬ man, Mrs. Harry (3owan Is decora¬ tions chairman. Mrs. Max Trager ia handling publicity. JWVA IS A member of the U.S. Ctommittee of avil Defense. Pro¬ ceeds from the donor luncheon are used toward the many com¬ munity drives, entertainment and equipment in the Veterans Hos¬ pitals at Oiliilcothe, Dayton, San¬ dusky, Columbus State and Lock- bourne Air Base. Regular visits are ntadc to the Benjtunin Frank¬ lin Hospital. JWVA has a very active part in the blood donor drives which have always formed an Important part of ita varied program. PART OF THE child welfare program is regular visits and pro¬ visions to the Franklih Children's Village and to those in need. The Americanism program pro¬ vides new flags and patriotic lit¬ erature to Scout Troops, new pub¬ lic schools and libraries; provides scholarships to Brandeis Univer¬ sity, given to the children of veterans; makes personal contacts welcoming new citizens to the community; and many other phil¬ anthropies which will benefit from the donor affair. and entertaining evening. MRS. JOSEPH D. Schecter and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, who are responsible for the entertainment for the evening promise a dra¬ matic presentation entitled "Small World," Written by Mesdames B. W. Abramson, Jerald O'Koon and CJordon Schiffman, it will be pro¬ duced and directed by Mra. David Roth. The members of the cast are: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gunder- sheiiner, Jr., Mrs. Mayer Rosen¬ feld, Mrs. Gordon Schlffman, Mra. Gary Kerstein, Robert Greene and Irving Lackrltz. Pianist is Mrs. Max Zisklnd. As was done last year, recogni¬ tion will again be given to the 48 community organizations that comprise the Qjuncil of Organiza¬ tions of the UJFC. Each organiza¬ tion will be represented by its president or an authorized dele¬ gate who will be presented to the community at the meeting. THE LEADERSHIF of the 1960 UJFC campaign will be honored by the community for giving so much of their time and energy towards a campaign that is the largest sLngie effort of the Jewish community. Those to l>e honored are: Oiarles CJoldsmith, general cam¬ paign chairman; Ralph Rosen¬ thal, chairman, Advance Gifts di¬ vision; Ben A. Yenkin, chairman, Trades and Professions division; Mrs. Aaron Zacks, chairman, Wo¬ men's Division; Mrs. David Roth, chairman. Young Matrons; Don¬ ald Feibel, chairman. Young Adults; (jeoffrey Stern and Doug¬ las Fleckner, co-chairmen, Junior division; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Altman of Athena, O., and the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Ohio State University for its United Jewish Student Fund Cam¬ paign. Of special tnterost will be the ceremony honoring Herbert S. Levy upon his retirement as presi¬ dent. Levy was president of the United Jewish Fund from 1958 to 1959, and was elected first presi¬ dent of the UJFC last October. He served as vice-president of the Fund f6r two years and was gen¬ eral camipalgn chairman In 1955. THE ANNUAL election of offi¬ cers and board of trustees will take place Sunday. In addition to a new president to succeed Levy, the nominating committee, headed by Samuel Shinbach, will submit for election a complete slate of officers. It will also present for approval to the constituency, the names of 13 people to serve as members at large on the board for a term of three years, 12 members of the community to represent the cam¬ paign organization of the UJFC for one year and 12 persona to repreaent the C!ouncil of Organi¬ zations for one year. IT WILL ALSO submit the names of those nominated to serve on the allocations and social planning committee of the UJFC. The principal address of the evening will be given by Ralph Lazarus of Cincinnati, president of Federated Department Stores, Inc. and a former president of the United Jewish Fund. Lazarus was president of the UJF from 1950 to 1951 when he left Columbus to become executive vice-president of Federated Stores. SERVING WITH Schlezlnger ¦ on the planning committee are Mrs. Joseph D. Schecter and Mrs. Harry Schwartz, entertainment; Mrs. Bernard Yenkin, InvltatlonB; Mrs. Howard Schoenbaum, reser¬ vations; Mrs. Aaron Horowitz and Mrs. Morris Paine, decorations; Herbert Wise, publicity; Mrs. Simon Lazarus and Herman Katz, arrangements; Robert Aronson, Marvin Glassman, Oscar Fleck¬ ner, William Wasserstrom, Abe A. Wolman and Sol D. Zell. Schlezlnger urged all who plan to attend, but who have not made their reservations to do so by calling the UJFC office, CA. 1- 5181 immediately. MRS. YASSENOFF CHOSEN 'B' DAY SET The semi-annual Blood Day will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at the Jewish Center. Over 200 pints of blood is the goal for this "B-Day." Temple Administrator Named Mrs. Dorothy Yassenoff, who for two years has been assistant managing editor and office manager for the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, has been appointed administrator of Temple Israel, euicordlng to an announcement by Charles Y. Lazarus, president of the temple. Mrs. Yassenoff succeeds Melvin Harris, who has served as executive director of the temple for the past five years. Harris Is assuming duties at a (Chicago temple on Nov. 1. "AFTBIB GAREFITL considera¬ tion of many applicants, we have hired Mrs. Yassenoff to succeed Harris," Lazarus said. "Her exper¬ ience In the (Cijiumbus Jewish community, we believe, eminently qualifies her for the position of temple administrator." Prior to coming to the Chron¬ icle, Mra. Yassenoff was office manager and head bookkeeper for the United Jewish Fund and Coun¬ cil of Columbua. She haa been of¬ fice manager for Film Advertis¬ ing Supply Ca. ot Cincinnati and was secretary for Loew'a Inc., and head booker for RKO, both film distributors located In Cincinnati and servicing theaters in Ken¬ tucky, West Virginia and south¬ western Ohio. SHE IS a past president of Zion chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, of its bowling league and treasurer of the Columbus United Nations CJommlttee as well as a member of the United Jewish Fund and CJouncll's Community Relations Committee. She has aerved with the B'nai B'rith Council, the Hillel Advisory Board and the Jewish Community Blood Donor Council. MRS. YASSENOFF is currently a member of the executive board of District two, B'nai B'rlth Wo¬ men, aerving as membership and retention chairman for the eight states of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming. She is currently a representa¬ tive on the Council of Organiza¬ tions of the United Jewish Fund and Council. She ia a member of the National Council of Jewish Women, Hadasaah, Brandeis, Tem¬ ple Israel and ita sisterhood. MRS. YASSENOFF has been active In United Appeal cam¬ paigns, Israel Bonds and the Women's Division of the UJBX^. She is the mother of three chil¬ dren and has one granddaughter. She resides at 757 S. Kellner Rd. "ALL OF US at the Chronicle Jackie Mason Heads Donor Dinner Cast Some 200 or more local women, all members of the Columbus Chapter of Hadassah, are concentrating their efforts on the 32nd Annual Donor Dinner, to be held at the Jewish Center on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Because of the entertainment, husbands will accompany their wives to this affair. The financial success of the 1960 Donor Dinner Is assured. HADASSAH IS grateful to the battery of 60 women, who staged a unique "crash call" campaign for pledges, on Sept 11. Within a few hours 1100 Hadassah members were contacted and the business of money raising was completed. Oiairmen will now turn their attention to climaxing all the "be¬ hind the scene" efforts, with a planned evening of entertainment —the Hadassah Donor Dinner. JAOKIE MASON, young enter¬ tainer of Oincord Hotel fame, will furnish the evening's fun. Mason ia fajniHar to television viewers and has appeared several times in the guest spot on the Steve Allen Show. Dorothy Kllgallen has writ¬ ten of him: "He ia one of the country's hottest comedians." The Herald Tribune called him a truly inspired comedian, assured, poised and explosively funny. THE OOLUMBUS community opened its heart and purse strings to Hadassah's call 32 years ago for its first donor event. Many who will attend this year were bom long after the Donor Dinner ar¬ rived on the C3olumbus scene. Their enthusiasm has Increased in proportion to the magnitude of Hadassah's labors. As the dedication and far reach¬ ing effects of the work of Hadas¬ sah Women cannot be measured —so the far reaching effect of the enthusiasm also cannot be meas¬ ured. This promises to be Hadas¬ sah'a big year, memberahipwlse, Mrs. Dorothy Yassenoff will certainly mlas Dorothy, but we can only wiah her the very best In this new venture. We are sorry to see her go but we know that the temple is getting a sin¬ cere and energetic woman," Rich¬ ard E. Neustadt and Milton J. Pinsky, co-publishers of the CJhronicle said. Mrs. Yassenoff will assume du¬ ties at the temple during October. Jackie Mason givingwise, resultwise and Donor Dlnnerwlse. PROGRAM CHAIRMAN, Mrs. MelvLn Rackoff and her commit¬ tee are elated at securing the services of Mason, and at the menu being prepared by Gold Catering Service. "Above all else" says the Donor Dinner chairman, Mrs. Robert Hallet, "We are happy that the Donor Dinner will accomplish Ita purpose, to help maintain the Children's surgical department of the riew Hadassah Hospital." Football Predictions Beginning this week and every week throughout the football and basketball season, Mort Schwartz's ratings and predictions will appear on the sports pages of the Chronicle, Schwartz's grid power ratings dominate the prediction field for several reasons. It is the only mathematical system which rates professional teams as well as college. His ratings have maintained a 75 per cent proficiency average over a seven year period. His is the only scientific system which forecasts the actual point scoring margins. It is the only major prediction feature which computes emd publishes a weekly accuracy average based on right and wrong selection results.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1960-09-30|
|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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