Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1962-06-01, page 01
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RONfrij: Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and Southwest OlHO of ^na/iniwj HJ.M ¦¦II X- U'JUi 'I nrii r ¦; ¦: v ..1-u .:.¦ t .1 ¦J ¦ .'...I l.TU J>'.,J'l''l Vol. 40, No. 22 FRIDAY, JUNE I, 1962 ^^ and Jawlih Idaali Columbus Sends 21 B'nai BVith Area Meet June 2 Mrs. Milton J. Leeman (lef.t) Women's Division Cliair- man. State of Israel Bonds, ai^Mrs. Atvin E. Scliotten- .stein, tribute dinner cliairman, discuss plans for the Dr. B.W. Abramson dinner June 17 at the Deshler Hilton Hotel. Emil Cohen Is Star For Tribute Dinner Mr. Max I. Ziskind, Chairman of the Dr. B. W. Aibramson Trib¬ ute Dinner, which will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday June 17, at the Deshler Hilton Hotel, announced thia week that Emll Cohen, popr uiar Jewiah-American humorist,; will be the featured entertainer^ Jlr. Ziskind said, "Bmll Cohen is returning to ColumJbua due tb popular demand, with a comjplete- " ly new repertoire." Mr. Cohon, who la truly a one- man ahow, was born in WHmtng- ton, Del., in a rich cultural.en¬ vironment of Jewish humor ajid music. From his father, a well- known Cantor, he obtained hia beautiful singing voice, and from ^ his mother, he acquired the many songa and stories he. utilizes on stage. He is a proud product of two cultures, American and Yid¬ dish. Hia blend of the two ia out¬ standing and always In good taate. Since eatabilahing himaelf aa a top humOriat and vocalist at Groaslnger's Country Club, a few yeara ago, he haa appeared in major night clubs and theatres More than 600 delegates includ¬ ing 21 trom Coiumbua, represent¬ ing 45,000 members will meet in Indlanapolia, Indiana, June 2-5 for the Joint meeting of the Men's Lodgea and Women's Chapters of Diatrict No. 2, B'nai B'rith. The dlolegatea Willi rcpreaent lodges and chapter in' states of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Mia- sourl, Colorado, Wyoming, Kanaaa and New Mexico. DURING THE sessions they will join in workahopa, at which the vast program of Cltizenhlp, Youth, Veterana' Aiffaira, Social Welfare, Civil Rights and Liber¬ ties, and Philanthropies of the B'nai B'rith, both In thia country and abroad, will be discussed and plans made for intensification. Speakers on the Convention program will include Label Katz, New Orleana, Prealdent ot the Supreme Lodge of the B'nai B'rith, and Alexander MUler, Na¬ tional Director of Community Service of the Anti-Deifamation League of B'nai B'rith. The key¬ note address will be delivered by the Hon. Matthew Welch, Gov¬ ernor of the State of Indiana. JOSEPH U OOHEN, of Den¬ ver, Colorado, prealdent ot the Men's District, will preside at the 110th Annual Meeting of District Grand Lodge No. 2. B'nai B'rith, while Mra. D. J. Wasserstrom of Kansas City, Mo., will preside at the Women's 29th Annual Meeting. Reprsentlng Zion Chapter, Co¬ iumbua, will be Mesdames Morris Boster, Robert Bender, Martin Marx., Robert Goldberg, Mllton Leeman. Attending from Candle¬ light Chapter will be Mesdames William Kanoskle, Eli Gbid, Her¬ bert Fcldm,an. ATTENDING FROM Zion Lodge will be Ernest Stem, Ber¬ nard K. Yenkin, Alan Weiler, Jo¬ seph White, Ralph Shapiro, Sol Shaman, Sold Zeldin, Myer MeU¬ man, Herbert Wise and Harry Goldstein, District Past Presidents Babbi Jerome Folkman, Justin L. Sill¬ man and Alan Tarshlah are also delegates. Emil Cohen throughout the country, and ia In great demand. Reservations for the Dr. B. W. Abramson Tribute Dinner may be obtained by calling CApital 8-2474. BRANDEIS WOMEN COLUMBUS CHAPTER ELECTS, INSTALLS AT JUNE 21 LUNCHEON Election and installation of of¬ ficers and board membera will take place at. the annual aummer meeting of the Columbus chapter of Brandeis Women June 21 at a luncheon at the Winding Hollow Country Oluib. The slate of offjcera and board membera for 1962-63 includes, prealdent, Mrs. Herbert Fenburr; vice prealdent, Mra. Harry Schwartz; vice prealdent, Mra. Gernerd Cohen; recording aecre- tary, Mrs. Herbert Levy; corres^ ponding secretary, Mrs. Joseph Eigenberg; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Roland; Financial secretaries, Mra. Robert Curl, Mra. Herman Lleverman. BOAilD MEMBEiBS for three yeara: Mrs. John Geraten, Mrs. Jack Shore, Mrs. Allan Tarshish, Mra. Mike Hausman, Mrs. William Glick, Mra. Edward Baler, Mrs. Charlea Schwartz, Mrs. Lawrence Rubenstein, Mrs. Maxwell Pa¬ purt, Mra. Jack Sltoersteln, lira. Charles Talis, Mra. Louia Schle¬ zlnger, Mra. Joaeph Haas and Mrs. Edward Hyman. Continuing In office for t'Wo yeara will be Mra. Leslie Prank- -el,\ Mra. Martin Hackman, Mias Helen Nulls, Mrs. Marvin Frank, Mrs.. Rudolph Stern, Jr., Mra. Stanley Wasserstrom, Mrs. Harry Cutler and Mrs. Arthur Loeb, Jr. Continuing In office for one year will be Mrs. Jerome Flaher, Mrs. Samuel Gup, Mra. Joseph Cohen, Mrs. Joseph Engelman, Mrs. Simon Lazarus, Mrs. Harry Pols¬ ter, Mrs. Norman Meizlish, Mrs. David Levison, Mrs. Gordon SohlfJman and Mra. Bennle Ben- der. REPBESENTtNG THE (bolum- bus chapter at the 14th annual conference of the National Wo¬ men's Committee June 11 to 13 at Waltham, Mass. will be Mrs. Herbert Fenburr and Mrs, Harry Schwartz. They will report on the conference at the luncheon. Others attending thes . confer- eiice wiil J>e Mrs. Theodore Schlonsky, a national board mem¬ ber ¦ and Mrs. William Wasser¬ strom, special appointee Of the national president. Mrs. Jack Res¬ ler, a past president of the Col¬ umbus chapter, will accompany her husband who will participate in the Brandeis graduation June 10 and Fellows' Dinner June 9. A program of special appeal to Brandeis Women la being arrang¬ ed by Mrs. Samuel Gup following the election and business sesaion at the luncheon. The World's Week Compiled from JTA Reports Dr. Nahum Goldmann warned in Jerusalem that the future of the world Zionist movement is in serious jeopardy unless Zionism changes its structure and establishes itself '. as a unified fighting force. Lsrael Prime Mlnlsfcr David Ben-Guiion said he regards the issue over meetings between Dr. Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization and American statesmen as closed. He welcomed Dr. Goldmann's endorsement of the principle that only representatives of the Israel government are entitled to handle state affairs. The Israel Ciiblnet accepted the resignation of Yitzhak Ben-Aharon of the Ahdut Avoda party as rninislerof trans¬ port. , * t Synagogues and chui-ches were urged to back plans for medical care for the aged during ti.e three-day convocation in New York of the board of trustees of the Union of Ameri¬ can Hebrew Congregations, the synagogue body of Ameri¬ can Reform Judaism. Dr. I.saac Toubiii of New York, executive director of the American Association for Jewish Education, asserted that almost every cause but Jewish education was attract¬ ing lavish funds from American Jews. Seci-etary ot Defense Robert McNamara paid tribute in Washington to the National Council of Young Israel for its community service programs. A tx>tal of 556 graduates of the Haifa Technion were awarded degrees. Doctorates were confeiTed on llj^and mas¬ ters on 79. Israel received a United Special Fund grant of $-189|300 to aid a $2,173,000 project for Investigation of problems of underground water storage. Bepresentatlves of sl.v Jewish, Catholic and l^rotestant welfare groups met in Lyon, France and mapped plans for coping wilh the influx'of refugees from Algeria. INDUSTBY IN ISBAEL More than half of the Inaustrlal establiahments in larael are locat¬ ed In Tel A'vlv, the natlon'a larg- esi. city. About 16 percent of the manufacturing firms are in Ha- lia. the country's largest port. (JTA) AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS WEEK PROCLAIMED AT NEW YORK CONFAB NEW YORK (JTA)—The insti¬ tution of an annual observance of American Jewish Press Week was voted this weekend by the American Jewish Press Associa¬ tion, which held its 20th annual convention here. More than 50 puiblishera and editors of the lead¬ ing Jewish weeklies, published In this country in the English lang¬ uage, attended the parley. The purpose of American Jewish Press Week, according to the resolution adopted by the convention's clos¬ ing session, vi\\\ be: "To call the attention of the American Jewish community to the vital role played by the Ameri¬ can Jewish press which provides not only news and infotimation but aiso an Important element tn the cohesive force that binds to¬ gether the varloua, disparate ele¬ ments inside the community and, at the same time, reflects the American Jewish community's vi¬ tality and dynamism. "Through its own vigorous edi¬ torial and news policies, the Amer¬ ican Jewish press, with the co¬ operation of the e3labil3he4 news agen'Cles, records the day-to-day history of A/nerlcan Jewry in particular and of world Jewry in general, serving all of Jewry as tho communications bridge that links them through objective, de¬ tached yet comprehensive under¬ standing of local, domestic and world events affecting the fate and well-being of Jews the world pver," the resolution said. The association re-elected all of its officers. They are; presi¬ dent, Joseph G. Weisberg, of the Jewish Advocate, Boston; Vice- president: Leo Frlseh ol Amer¬ ican Jewish World, St. Paul-Mli- neapolla; Morris Janoff of the Jewish Standard, Jersey City, N. J.;and Al CJolomb of the -Ameri¬ can Jewish Chronicile,. Pittsburgh; secretary, Jimmy Wisch of the Texas Jewish Post, paJJas-Fort Worth; and treasurer, Milton Pin¬ sky of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, Columbus. Elected to the executive board were: Julius Miiier of the Jewish Exponent, Philadelphia; Joaeph Cmnmins of the B'nal B'rith Mes¬ senger, Los Angeles; Eli Jacobs of the Buffalo Jewish Review, Bufifalo; and Adolph Rosenberg of the Southern Israelite News¬ paper and Magazine, Atlanta. Mrs. Theodote Schlonsky, newly elected president of . Columbus Section, National Council of Jewish Women, re¬ ceives gavel from Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, outgoing president. Shavuos Is Holiday With Twin Meaning -The Land, The Law "And it came to pass on the third day, when it was morn¬ ing, that there were thunders and lightnings and a thicli cloud upon the mount, and the voice of a horn ex<Wding lomlj ahd all the people tlVat were In the cainp tremhlwl./Aijd Moses broUKht forth the people out of the ciunp to meet God; and ¦they stood at the nether part of the mount. . . And the Lord came down npon Mount Sinai, to the top of the mount; and Moses went up. , . And God spoke all these wonls (tl\6 Ten Oonamand- nients)." " Exodus XIX Honey and milk, flowers, green branches and the two tablets of the Law . . . theae are the aym- bois of Shavuos. The holiday be¬ gins at sunset Thuraday, June 7 and concludes at sunset Saturday, June 9. Honey and milk symbjflize the Torah and learning. Torah, ac¬ cording to our sages, is as sweet as honey and nourishing as milk to thoae who study it and live in accordance with its teachings. FI^WEItS AND GREEN branches stand for the land and crops, symbolizing farm lite in ancient timea and in the modern [contlnufid on p^ga 4) Chronicling The News Amusements 12 Clean Up Pages . . 13, 14 Editorial 2 Society 6 Sports . . . . : 9, 13 Synagogues 8 Teen Scen^ 14 Women's News ,...;. 5 MRS. SCHLONSKY IS LOCAL NCJW HEAD Coiumbua Section, National Councii of Jewlah Women, held a sp'ecial board meeting May 22. Mra. Theodore Schlonsky was elected president for a two-year term. Mrs. S<*lonsky is a former president of B'nai B'rith Women, Zion Chapter. She is also a past president of CJoiumlbus Chapter, Brandeis National Women's (3om.- mittoe and is now a member of thoir national boardi She haa been a member ot the board of National Council of Jewish Wo¬ men tor seven yeara. Bleeted vice-president was Mrs. Blair Ruben. Serving also as vice- presidents are Mesdames Qua Bowman, Jr., Robert Levy, Jr., and Leon Stfhottensteln. Mrs. Gernerd Cohen was elected cor- csponding secretary. WOMEN HONORED FOR UJFC EFFORTS Mrs. Leon Schottenstein, co- chairman of the United Jowish Fund and Council's Women's Di¬ vision has announced presenta¬ tion of two awards for high ac¬ complishment in the 1962 Fund campaign. ¦ The award showing the great¬ est increase in giving over the prior year's campaign achieve¬ ment went to the North End Area. Mrs. Julius Hoffman and Mrs. Charles Schwartz served as co-chairmen. Mrs. John Gersten received the award for having completed the moat cards by Target Day. Mra. Schottenatein aald of Mrs. Hoffman, Mra. Schwarti, and Mra. Gersten: "These women have demonstrated the kind of leadership an'd participation which characterizes the c(5noern of the women ot (TJolumibua' tor the needa of others. The Women's Division of the Fund Is proud to 'honor them for their accpmpllah- ments."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1962-06-01|
|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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