Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1961-03-17, page 01
|Save page Remove page||Previous||1 of 14||Next|
Loading content ...
COLUMBUS EDITION COLUMBUS EDITION y)nyi\ nil 7 I' ;!;/ V --v,.ir.i-r ¦¦ Vol. 39, No. 11 FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1961 Sl/( 1 \ ~lH:' OQ D«vot«il to Ameriean ^^ and Jawish Idaalt UJFC Campaign Opens; $441,805 Pledged Mrs. David Sporn MRS. DAVID SPDflN TO SPEAK AT B. B. DINNER MARCH 28 B'nai B'rith Woonen of Zlon and OandleUght Cliaptera will hold a Joint memiberahip dinner on Tues¬ day, March 28, 6 pjtu at the .Tewish Oenter. Mrs. Meyer Hoffman, Mrs. David Handler and Mrs. Donald Leeman, co-chairmen, promise an oustanddng evening for all mem¬ bers w<ho have paid, or will pay at the door, thedr 1961-62 dues. There virlll be a smaM fee of $1 tx» cover the cost of the meal. New membera who have joined either chapter will be guests. MRS. DAVID SPORN, presi¬ dent of B'nai B'rith Women Dis¬ trict Two, and who is well-known througlrout the district for her charm and wit, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Sporn was born and edu- caied in Kansas City, Mo. She has a B.S. degree in educafclon, having taught in the publdc schools of Kansas City before her marriage. She served as a Teacher of Pri¬ mary Grades, Beth Shalom Sun¬ day School, as head teacher In charge of Teacher-Training and curriculiun. MBS. SPORN has served on many communal boards including Community Relations Bureau; Sisterhood of Beth Shalom; P.T.A. Bingham Junior High ScOiool and is presently co-chairman of Pub¬ lic Relations for the Girl Scout Coumoll of Greater Kansas CSty. She works on siich local drives aa UNICEF—U.J.A., Heart Fund, etc. and does free lance writing for T.V., Radio and conununol or¬ ganizations. The feature of the evening will be the presentation of Oarrlbbean "Fashions from Famous Design¬ ers." This style show Is through the courtesy of Delta Air Lines. Miss Nanci EMwards, a native of Ohio, and coordinator of the Delta Fashions, will be the commenta¬ tor. The dinner will be prepared by the B'nai B'rith cooks, Mesdames Burton Berk, Joseph Bloom, Irv¬ ing Edison, Murray EJdlson, Her¬ bert Feldman, Edwin EUman, Morton, Fagin, Ell Gold, Max Grinblatt, William Kanoskie, Mar¬ vin Katz, Harold Paris, Samuel Scher, Harold Schneider, Herbert UreU, Albert Becker, Robert Ben¬ der, Abe Goldberg, Dave Handler, Meyer Hoffman, Harry Kay, Sam Lavine, Abe PoUaok, Jaok SchU¬ Ung, Joseph Schecter, Sam Subow and Hy Stone. dominate: DEBATES UNTTED NATIONS, (WUP) ~ The perplexing Congo riddle and the ic9sue of Human Rights domi¬ nated the UN debates during the first week of the resumed 18th seaslon ot the General Assembly. By The Rabbis Of Columbus Announcing Joint Campaign Sabbath Weekend Services In Behalf Of United Jewish Fund And Council, Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25, 1961 7th and Sth of Nisan, 5721 WHEREAS the United Jewish Fund and Council of Columbus is now in the midst of its 1961 campaign dedicated to the strengthening and advancement of Jewish life at home and the world over through the more than 40 causes it serves WHEREAS its 1961 goal of $790,705 is directed toward saving lives through the United Jewish Appeal, the strengthening of Israel and the rescue of the sick, aged and refugees in Europe, Asia, Africa and America WHEREAS through its National Agencies the United Jewish Fund and Council supports Jewish education and culture, agencies of civic defense and public relation.^, youth work, health and welfare WHEREAS here in Columbus the United Jewish Fund and Council is a major financial source for our own agencies of social service, Jewish education, care of the aged, recreation, youth work and community relations, and WHEREAS Zedakah is a religious duty enjoined upon all Jews, and com¬ manded unto all generations Therefore do we the undersigned Rabbis of Columbus call upon all our fellow Jews to observe this special campaign Sabbath weekend, Friday night, March 24 and Saturday morning, March 25, 1961, and we do ask our people to come to their respective houses of worship so that we may re-dedicate ourselves to our Jewish responsibilities in these critical days. Dr. Jerome D. Folkman Dr. Marvin Fox Rabbi Harry Kaplan Rnbbi Robert Rothman Rabbi Samuel W. Rubenstein Rabbi David Stavsky Rabbi Lawrence Wineman Rabbi Nathan Zelizer ORGANIZATION IS 49 . Hadassah Groups Gather Tuesday To Celebrate Group's Birthday "RemtaJsoence and Prophecies" wUJ be the theme as members of aJl groups of the Columbus Chap¬ ter of Hadassah gather together on Tuesday evening, Maroh 21, at the Agudas Aclilm Synagogue, to celebrate Hadassah's 4gth Birth¬ day. ' The meeting will open at 8 and at 8:15, there wUl be a "Ha- diaasah Birthday Gift" door prize. DB. MABVIN FOX, professor of pthlloaorphy at Ohio State Uni¬ veralty, vriU be speaker. His sub¬ ject Is "Protthocy," a projection and analyeds of the role of the Hadassah meniber in the present decade. "Remdnlscences and Prophe¬ cies," on original script In nar¬ rative and song, with apecial cos- turolng, WiU be presented. The tailenta of many have gone into the preparation and presentation of this program. IT WAS AUTHORED by Mrs. Gordon Schlffman, Mrs. Edward Ghitman and Mrs. Gerald O'Koon. Mrs. Gordon Zacks has arranged the costumes. Mrs. David Roth Is directing it and Mrs. Sol ZeU Willi serve as accompanist. Includ¬ ed In the cast are Mrs. Morris Snyder and Mrs. Murray Rosen. Mrs. B. W. Abramson Is chairman of the program committee. In reviewing the life, growth and accompUsliments of Hadas¬ sah, past presidents of the local chapter v(Ul be honored, £md the 100th blrthftay year of Hadassah's founder, Henrietta Szold, wUI be woven into the theme. THE SOCIAL part of the meet¬ ing WiU be a traditional birthday party, with Mrs. Jack GeUn as hospltoUty chairman and Mrs. Joseph Haas In charge of table arrangements. "This wlU be a gala celebra- Advance Gifts Group Hears Dayan's Speech The 1961 campaign of the United Jewish Fund and OouncU was officially launched at an advance gifts banquet March 14 at Winding Hollow Country Club at which $441,805 was pledged. Gen, Moshe Dayan, Minister of Agfriculture for the State of Israel and former Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, and David Lowenthal, a member Of the United Jewl^ Appeal cabinet, delivered the principal addresses. Dr. Marvin Fox president of tbe Oolumbus Chap¬ ter. "We hope that all meanbers of aU groups wdll be present to tion," said Mrs. Norbert Kruger, enjoy It Guests wUl be welcome." MJTNlaiUM OONTBIBimON for those invited to the banquet, sponsored by general campaign chairman Ben A. Venldn and his cabinet. Was $600. Goal for the campaign Is $790,703, which will help support 40 local, naUona] and international social and welfare agencies. Morris Skllken, advance gifts chairman, assisted Ben Yenkitn at the dinner. WUliam V. Kahn, president of UJFC, spoke to the gathering. The audience was reminded that last year's campaign, in which $706,000 was raised, feU short of its goal and failed to provide adequate osalBtance to agencies depending upon the fund's support. DAYAN, WHO WEABS a patch over his left eye because of a World War tl wound, discussed the current poUtlcol, eoonomJc and military situation of Israel today and presented a realistic appraisal of the tiny country's assets and Uabillties. Lowenthal, a Pittsburgh In- di»trlalist who is co-cbairmani of the city's United Jewish Fund, supplemented Dayon's explanation of the national and Internationa] needa. IN ISRAEL^ HE pointed out, 130,000 immigrant farmers settled since 1948 cannot make ends meet; 40,000 Immigrants still Uve in the wretched shanty towns of the ma'abarot; 115,000 aged, han¬ dicapped and youthfuj Immigrants are in desperate need of welfare and education and faculties and training capabilities muat be In¬ creased to meet the expected 30,000 new taunigranta In 1961. In the Moslem lands, Europe, Poland, western countries, and other areas, Low^thal added. there are Jews depending upon aid from the Joint Distribution Committee, a principal benefactor of the fund. DISCUSSING naUonal needs, Lowenthal declared that thou¬ sands of Jews emigrate to the United States each yoar and miist be cared for and started off on a new life. This Is In addition to maintaining community faclUties aU over the country which provide Important local, social and wel¬ fare services. Serving as membort ol Ban Yankln's campaign cablnef era; Richard J. Abol, Dr. B. W. Abramson, Reuben Abramson, Samuel Aftman, Albert A. Blank, Herbert Byor. Aba Cohon, Law Cohan, Millard Cummins, Al Esferkln, Troy A. Felbal and Mark D. Feinknopf. Also, Melvllla D. Frank, Laon Friadman, Dr. Ivan Gilbert, Harry Gilbert, Marvin Glassman, Robert A. Gllck, William L. eilck, Stanley Goldberg, David Goldbarg Charles C. Goldsmith. Dr. E. J. Gordon and Albert Greene, Also, Allen Gundershelmer Jr., Samuel Gurevlti, Leon Handlar, Simon Handler, Raymond Kahn, Tom Kaplln Jr., Herman M, Kat2, Kenneth. Kaufman, Clarence Kol¬ tun, Louis J. Krakoff, Charles Y. Laiarus and Louis M. Levin. Also, David Levlson, Sam Lewis, Harbart S. Levy, Herman Luckoff, Ben Lurla, Morris L. Mattlln, Samuel M. Melton, Dr. Paul D, Meyer, Ira Monroe, George Nacht, Sig¬ mund Ornstaln and Robart Palna. Also. Leo Polster, Jack S. Resler, Ralph Rosenthal, Isadora Rosenwasser, William Roth, Jack. Schecter, Herbert H. Schlff, Jack Schlff, Robert W. Schlff, Edward Schlezlnger, Samuel J. Schionsky and Theo¬ dore Schionsky. Also, Howard Sehoenbaum, Harold Schot¬ tensteln, Leon Schottenstein, AJIen Schul¬ man, Stanley Sehwarti Jr., Silbart Seiden Sherman Sharwell, Sol A. Shenk, Louis Sher, Samuel Shinbach, Abe Shustlck and Dr. Cecil Shustlck. Also, Gilbert D. Siegel, Morris N. Sla¬ gel, Ben Sllbersteln, Harry Sllbersteln, Dr. Jack Sllbersteln, Marvin Sllbersteln, Max Silberstein. Joseph Skilken, Saul Sokol, Max Stein, Joseph S. Summer and Max Tan¬ nenbaum. Also. Allen Topy. Julius Wasserstrom, Sam Wasserstrom, William Wasserstrom, Robart Weller Sr., H. H. Weinberg, A. B. Weln¬ feld, Abe A. Wolman, Jack Wolman, Lao Vassenoff, Milton Yassenoff and Abe I. Yenkin. Also, Fred Yenkin, Aaron Zacks, Cody Zelizer and Jospeh Zox. Ag Secretary Set To Speak At Confab U.S. Secretary of Agriculture OrvlUe Freeman heads the roster of speakers at the five-day bien¬ nial conveniJon of the National Council of Jewish Women, start¬ ing Miairch 19 in Pittsburgh, It was anonunced by Mrs. Charles Hymes of Minneapolis, national president of the 67-year-old edu¬ cational and welfare organizaUon. Over 800 delegates wlU repre¬ sent the Council's 110,000 members in 240 cities. Plenary seaalons will also feature addresses by Dr. Solomon B'. Freehof, president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, and Mrs. Mary D. Key- serling, economist and former ex¬ ecutive secretary of the NaUonal Consumer's League. MABKINO THB golden anni¬ versary of NCJW social action, the convention higMlghts major issues facing the Council In its ongoing efforta to advance de¬ mocracy and human welfare at home and abroad. Mrs. Hymes' presidential address wiU keynote the sessions on the opening day. On Monday, Dr. Freehof, a re¬ nowned Judaic scholar and spirit¬ ual leader of Congregation Rodef Shalom in Plttsburgli, will aeit the tone for the delegate acUon with a discussion of a basic Jewl^ approach to needs of a chon^ng world. MBS. KEVSERUNO'S analysis of current prospects for U.S. so¬ cial welfare progress will preface delegate acUon on housing and urban renewal, aid to education, and other community needs re¬ flected in the Council's 900 <H»n- munity service projects through¬ out the VS. Hearings on International af¬ fairs WiU stress needs for strong US. participation In the U.N. and Increased aid to underdevel¬ oped nations. OTHER MAJOR sessions wUl feature the NCJW's overseas pro¬ gram. The Council is constructing a new campus in Jerusalem for the Hebrew Univeralty High School, thc praotlce-teaching and denionstration center for the Council-supported John Dewey School of Education of the He¬ brew University. The NCJW also awards scbolar- ships for graduate study In the VS. to cducaUonal and welfare speciallata from Israel and other nations, who then return to their own countries. Jewish women vol¬ unteer leaders from abroad re¬ ceive Council fellowships for study and observation of American Jew¬ ish communal Ufe. Mrs. David Gerstenfeld is presi¬ dent of the Columbus Section. !i !
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1961-03-17|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
|Rights||This item may have copyright restrictions. Online access is provided for research purposes only. For rights and reproduction requests or more information, go to http://www.ohiohistory.org/images/information|
|Image Height||Not Available|
|Image Width||Not Available|