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Serving Columbus, Dayton, Centra) and Southwestern Ohio Vol. 40, No. 37 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1962 OlMO Ol cnaiii}''^'^ 151;; 1 0 1". ^ 3 ' -J '^ ^ OQ Devoted to Amtriqan ^^ and Jowish Ideals Dr. Benjamin B. Gertner The World's Week Compiled from JTA Reports In New York the first academic year since tJie U.S. Supreme Court decision banning an official prayer in New York public sciioois got underway last week Willi wide¬ spread indications that local school officials were determined to get around the ruling in some fashion they hoped would be legal. In Rome the United States delegation at the Interna¬ tional Civil Aviation Organization conference blocked Is¬ rael's membership on the council of the organization. In Jerusalem Israel's recent Immigration increases have created a labor shortage, instead of the feared unetnploy- ment, the Bank of Israel reported in an economic survey issued. In the current full-employment labor market, the survey showed, newcomers are not only absorbed readily, but their addition to the population creates higher demands for goods and services, thus causing a labor shortage. In Tel Aviv, Yaakov Baror, former Tel Aviv district attorney and a prosecutor in the Adolf Eichmann trial, was sentenced this week to three months' imprisonment after pleading guilty to charges of having obtained an attorney's license under fal.se pretenses. In Tcl Aviv, prospecting for oil in several areas of Israel will be begun soon by a new American firm, the Asher Corporation, it was announced here by Wesley Hancock, of Wilmington, Del., one of the heads Ot the firm. The Asher Corporation will drill for oil on the western slopes of Lower Galilee, in the Jezreel Valley and on Mount Carmei, Mr. Hancock said. Plan ^ullllIIallons Report At UJFC Annual Meeting Alitchel D. Cohen CAPLAN NAMES THREE NEW eOND CHAIRMEN Dr. Benjamin B. Caplan Chairman of the Columbus State of Israel Bonds Campaign, an¬ nounced the appointment of Dr. Benjamin B. Gertner, Mitchel D. Cohen and Dr. Charles Young as State of Israel Bond High Holiday chairmen for Congre¬ gation Agudas Achim, Congre¬ gation Ahavas Shoiom and Con¬ gregation Beth Jacob respective¬ ly- Dr. Caplan said, "The partici¬ pation ot these synagogues is of particular significance at the be¬ ginning of the New Year which will witness two historic land¬ marks in Israel's economic pro¬ gress: the redemption, of the first Israel Independfence Sav¬ ings Bonds, and the intensifica¬ tion of the development of the Negev." BEFEBJBKVG TO the redemp¬ tion of the first Israel Bonds which will begin on May \^ 1963, Dr, Caplan said, "This historic milestone reflects the tremen¬ dous strides which Israel has made In its economic develop¬ ment with the aid of Israel Bonds, "Since 1951, when the drive began, more than $550,000,000 In Israel Bonds have been sold. The funds provided through tbis channel have helped bring about many decisive economic ad¬ vances. "Outstanding among these have been the development of industry, the expansion of Is¬ rael's irrigated area, the growth of export trade, the development of Haifa Harbor, the establish¬ ment and development of Elath to Haifa, and the discovery and exploitation of mineral resources. Including oil, copper ajid phos¬ phates. "THE INtJINSIFIED drive to develop he Negev, which will be a central aspect of Israel's na¬ tional life during the coming (continued on page 4) 'PARTNERS IN A GREAT HUMAN ADVENTURE' IS SUBJECT OF MISS STELLA WOLIVER Richard J. Abel, Chairman ot tho Nominating Committee ot the United Jewish Fund and Council, will present the com¬ mittee's report at the Annual Dinner Meeting of the Fund and Council which will, be held at Winding Hollow Country Club at 6 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14. The following nominees for the positions Indicated will be sub¬ mitted to the membership for election. Board ot Trustees — Memhers- at-large whose terms of office will end 1965: William Gllck, Al¬ len Gundersheimer, Sr., Allen Gundersheimer, Jr., Mrs. Simon L«zarus, Ira Monroe, Jack S. Resler, Mrs. Joseph Schecter, Howard Schoenbaum, Jack Sher, Morris Skilken, Joseph Summer, Robert Weiler, Sr., Leo Yassen¬ off. To till unexpired terms of members-at-large: For one year terms ending in 1963: Howard Byer, Mrs. Morris Paine. For two year term ending in 1964: Robert Aronson, Albert Blank. Representing the Campaign Organization, term ending 1963: Herman Katz, Harold Schotten¬ stein, Sol D. Zell, Mrs. Leon Schottenstein, Edwin Ellman, Louis M. Levin, David Levison, Stanley Schwartz, Jr., Gilbert Miss Stella Wollver ot Cin¬ cinnati will be guest speaker at the Business and Professionai Group of Hadassah's Pald-Up Membership Tea which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 23 at the home of Mrs. Leon Schotten¬ stein, 50 N. Drexel Ave. Subject is "Partners in a Great Human Adventure." She will stress HMO and describe one of its services, the Outpatient Clinic which takes care of 250,000 pa¬ tient visits annually, Miss Woliver is Business and Professional Coordinator ot the Central States Region of Hadas¬ sah and past President of the Cincinnati Business and Profes¬ sional Group. Miss Sara Robins will give the Opening Prayer, Mrs. Hilda Les- siire, President, will present Na¬ tional Convention highlights, fol¬ lowed by a musical program by a trio composed ot Mme. A. L. Greenspan, James Stockdale and Lester Badders. Mrs. Faye Smith Is Member¬ ship Chairman and Miss Miriam Cohen, Co-Chairman. Hostesses will he Mrs. Rose Freedman, Hospitality Chairman, and her Co-Chairman Mrs. Adelle Rubin; Mra. Irma Elfflerman, Mrs. Georglana Asheim, Mrs. BaJly Jackson and Mrs. Hattie Stetel¬ man. A cordial Invitation Is extended to the business women ot the community. For transportation, call Mrs. Lilly Stern, GL 8-7791. Herbert H. Schiff Siegel, Leonard Stern, Hy Wein¬ berg, Mrs. Abe I. Yenkin. Representing the Council of Organizations, term ending in 1963: Arthur Katz, Aaron Zacks, Richard J. Abel, David Gold¬ smith, Dr, Ivan Gilbert, Lou Ack¬ erman, Sam J, Schlonsky, Ernest Stern, Morris Swediow, Isadore Topper, William Wasserstrom, Herbert Wise. Officers tor- a one year term ending in 1963: Herbert H. Schiff, president; Charles Goldsmith, vice president; Abe I. Yenfcln, vice president; Aaron Zacks, vice president; Samuel M. Melton, treasurer; Jack S. Resler, secre¬ tary. Allocations Committee—There are 42 members on the Alloca¬ tion Committee. Fifteen persons are elected annually aa members- at-large tor a one year term. Members-at-large for one year term ending 1963 are: Dr. Ivan Gilbert, Allen Gundersheimer, Sr„ Herman Katz, Charles T. Lazarus, Mrs. Simon La:sarus, Herman Luckoff, Mrs. WlUlam Schiff, Edward Schlezlnger, Samuel Schlonsky, Harold i chot- tcnsteln, Joseph Summer, Rob¬ ert Weller, Sr,, A. B, Weinfeld, Leo Yeissenotf, Joseph Zox. Her¬ man Katz is chairman of the Annual Meeting Planning Com¬ mittee. Chairman ot the CouncU of Or¬ ganizations — Edward Schlez¬ lnger. The following served with Mr. Abel on the Nominating Committee: Mark (Felnknopf, David Goldsmith, Mrs. E. J. Gor¬ don, Herbert S. Levy, Robert Mellman, Harold Schottenstein, Samuel Shinbach, Sol D. ZeU and Joseph Zox. 'Family Fashions For Fall' Planned By Tifereth Israel Miss SteUa WoUver KATZ IS OKIBStr B'nai B'rith President Label A. Katz wiU be the honored guest at the Baron H. Gold Teat- amonlal Dinner Sept. 23 in Cin¬ cinnati- Chronicling The News Editorial . 2 Securities News 4 Synagogues ;., ,. 8 Shopping Guide 8 Society 6, 7 Sports 9, 10 Final arrsingements have teen completed by Mrs, Harold Schneider, chairman, Mrs, Walt¬ er Abramson, co-chairman, and their committee, for the Tifereth Israel Sisterhood "Family Fash- Ions for Fall." This Is a supper and style show for the entire family, on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 6 p.m. in the Social Hall of the Temple. Admission will be two filled books of trading,stamps for each Sisterhood members, and oxhe- halt book for each additional member of her family. Stamps must be pasted in. Coiffures will be styled by De- Luca Beauty Salon, 1434 S, Ham¬ ilton Rd. Fashions by Jeanne's, 1648 Neil Ave., a new shop at 3521 N. High St., wlU be modeled by Mesdames Irwin Cohen, DavidI Goodman, David Handler, Harvey Katz, Charles Margulles, and Ira Mon¬ roe, CHILDREN'S a p p,a r e 1, by Youthland, 1331 Kingsdale Cen¬ ter, will be worn by Jody Stone, daughter ot Mr. and Mra. Robert Stone; Cindy Paine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paine; Toby Skilken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Lee Skilken; and Laury Sowalsky, daughter ot Mr, and Mrs, Israel Sowalsky. Also Candy Grossman, daugh¬ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Groasman; Marsha Hallet, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hallet; Mark Feitlinger, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Larry Feitlinger; Barry Adler, son pt Mr. and Mrs. Martin Adler; Greg Margulles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julles Alar- guUes; David Pinsky, son ot Mr, and Mrs. Milton Pinsky; Mark Krantz, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Al¬ bert Krantz; and Stove Cohen, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Lew Cohen. MODELING MEN'S wear by Suburban, 3121 Kingsdale Center, and 135 E. Broad St., will be Jerome Gross, William BiUblnd- er, Don Snider, Richard Grund¬ steln, Murray Greenberg\ and Dr. AUan Blair. Fashion coordinators are Mrs. Meyer Hoffman, chairman, and Mrs. Murray Greenberg, co- chairman, Mrs. Richard Lleberman will serve as commentator tor the fashion show. There will be open¬ ing and closing songs by Mrs. MUton Pinsky and Mrs. Eugene Hameroff, written by Mrs, Pin¬ sky, and accompanied at the piano by Marvin Bonowitz. Cindy Lou, a trained chimpanzee, will make a guest appearance. Door prizes wlU be awarded. MRS. SAM LOFPEaii chair¬ man of hosts and hostesses, and her co-chairman, Mrs. Irving Fireman, have reported that the (continued oa page 4) Some Sabin Centers Open After Services Polio will b« erased In Franklin County this fall with tbe SaUn Oral Voodne. If you would like your SOS SAS (served after services) on Sept. 30 trom 6 to 8 p.m., please report to Roosevelt Junior Hdgh School, 1046 Studer Ave.; Eastmoor Jun¬ ior-Senior High School, 417 S. Weyant Ave.r East High School, 1500 Broad St.; or Walnut Ridge Junior-Senior High School, 4843. E. Livingston Ave. Plans Set For UJFC Leadership Development Mrs. Bernard Yenkin and Mr. Lawrence D. Schaffer, co-chair¬ men of the UJFC Leadership De¬ velopment committee announce that the 1962-83 program is un¬ derway. The Leadership Development was instituted several years ago to acquaint young leaders of the community with the various re¬ cipients and agencies of the UJFC as well as with current issues and matters which would be meaningful and important to the total community and the world. This highly successful project has brough people of great stature on the local and national level to this group. Young leaders ot the commu¬ nity have received Invitations to participate In the sessions this year. In the near future, pro¬ gram calendars will be mailed to all participants. The 1962-63 series wlil be com¬ pelling and dramatic. The fol¬ lowing is a complete list ot pro¬ grams, speakers, discussion lead¬ ers and topics: Wednesday, Sept. 26, 8 p.m., home ot Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mell¬ man, 2640 Sherwood Rd., Mr. Sanford Solender, Exec. V. Pres., Nat'l Jewish Welfare Board, Mrs, Brnard Yenkin, Jewish Center; An Instrument for Family Life, Wednesday, Oct, 17, 8 p.m.. Heritage House, M'j. Dan Levy, Consul Cleveland Region Israeli Consulate, Mr. Victor Goodman, Building the Bridge: America and Israel. Wednesday, Nov. 7, 8 p.m.. ANNUAL MEE-nNQ SET The United Jewish Fund and Council will hold its annual meeting at the Winding Hollow Country Cluh on Sunday, October 14, Cocktails ... 6 p.m. Dinner ... 7 p.m. Temple Tifereth Israel, Mr. Theodore Isenstadt, Dlr., "Pro¬ ject on Aging," Family Service Association of America; Former Exec. Dlr. Jewish Family Ser¬ vice, Newark, N.J., Mr. Richard Goldgraben, Baffling Problems and New Horizons for Senior Citizens. Wednesday, Nov. 28, 8 p.m. Agudas Achim Synagogue, Mr. Sol Morton Isaac, attorney, Mrs. Carl Mellman, "Social Issues; The Part We M"st Play." Wednesday, Dec. 12, 8 p.m., Temple Israel, Dr. Judah J. Sha¬ piro, secretary. National Foun¬ dation tor Jewish Culture, Mrs. Malcolm Robbins, "Telstar: Di¬ lemma tor American Jewish Culture." Wednesday, Dec. 19, 6 p.m.. Ex¬ celsior Club, James Rice, execu¬ tive director for the United HIAa Agency, Joint Distribution Com¬ mittee, director for the United States is Larry Schaffer, "The Jew in Transition: North Africa, South America, Israel- . . " Various committee chairmen and their responsibilities are. Lo¬ cation, Mrs. Carl MeUman; Ar¬ rangements, Mrs. Jules Garel; Treasurer, Mrs. Jack WailUck; Telephone, Mrs. Michael Karr and Publicity, Mrs. IGordon Schiffman. Other members of the 1962-63 Leadership Development Com- . mlttee are, Mr. Millard Cummins, Mr. Edwin Ellman, Mr. Richard Goldgraben/ Mr. Victor Good¬ man, Mr. Robert Greenberg, Mr. David Guttman, Mr. Carl MeU¬ man, Dr. George Ornsteln, Mrs. Melvln Rackoff, Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Robbins, Mr. Melvln Schottenstein, Mrs. Leonardi Wasserstrom and Mr. Barry Zacks.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1962-09-14|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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