Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-05-24, page 01
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i:i:-^::M!mmimm-M:MMtMBMiM t ICLE Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and So Vol. 41. No. 21 FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1963 — I SIVAN. S72 wna'-nii TtfjiacxsiH on Dcvetad te Amarieen "^^ (nd Jawlih iifaalt JWVs Will Hold Memorial Services Or. Eibling EIBUN6 TO SPEAK AT HEBREW SCHOOL ON GRADUATION DAY Arthur Katz, president of the Co¬ lumbus Hebrew School, announces tbat the school's forthcoming grad¬ uation exercises will be held June 13 at 8 p.m. at The Jewish Center. Two students will be graduating ffom the high school department, completing a 10 year course of study at the school. Fifteen children will be graduating from the ele¬ mentary department, completing a six-year course of study. DR. HAROLD H. EIBLING, su¬ perintendent ot Columbus schools, will be the guest speaker. Greet¬ ings will be extended by Herbert H. Schiff, president ot the United Jew¬ ish Fimd and Council. Dr. Eibling Is a graduate of Ohio Northern University and received MA and PhD degrees from The Ohio State University. He was also awarded the honorary degrees of doctor of pedagogy and DSc in edu¬ cation. J5INCE 1936 he served as super¬ intendent of schools in the foUow¬ ing communities: Maumee Public Schools, Elyria Public Schools, Can¬ ton Public Schools and assistant superintendent ot Akron/ PU|blic Scljools. In 1956 he becamte super¬ intendent 0 f Columbus Public Schools. He has written extensively on edu¬ cation, and is the author of Ameri¬ can History books for the fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth grades. Dr. Eibling is president of the Metro¬ politan Board of YMCA and is on the board of directors ot many im¬ portant civic organizations in the community. The graduation exercises are open to the community. Capitol Post 11 announces that it will hold memorial services on June 2 at n;30 a.m. at the New Agudas Achim Cemetery on Refugee Road. The public is invited to attend this service. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer and Cantor Gellman will officiate. The delay in services is due to May 30 falling on Shevouth. The post will not march in the Memorial Day parade, but the pub¬ lic is invited to observe the parade in which all other veterans' groups will participate. Commander Dr. A. Tyroler an¬ nounces that the graves of all vet¬ erans will be decorated on May 28 by the following committee: Louis Ackerman, David.Beckman, Albert Behn, Joseph Duisky, Herman Ei¬ senman, Martin Kaufher and Harry Topolosky. The following graves will be dec¬ orated: Old Israel Cemetery — Moritz Schwartz. Greenlawn Cemetery Lot No. 44 — Sidnet Basch, Samuel Bayer, Leon Goldsmith. Max Goldsmith, Julius Hayman, Milton Loeb, Ar¬ thur Mohr, Abe Schusterman, Adolph Simons, Simon Wolf. Greenlawn Cemetery Lot No. 91 — Abe Benjamin, Louis Bernstein, Jeffrey Goldsoll. Roy Frosh, Rich¬ ard Greene, Louis Greenstein, Al¬ bert Harris, Dr. Louis Harris, Lou- ¦s Madison, Herbert Marx, Isadore Roth, Max Schmertz, Isaac Sha¬ mansky, Harold Shuman, Dr. Sid net Tyroler, Albert Sugarman, Nel son Weiss. Old Cemetery, Alum Creek Drive — Maurice Baragenski, Maurice Bloom, Victor Bloomfield, Millard Bornstein, David Bronstein, Julius Cohen, Abe EdeUnan, William Ed¬ elson, Eddie Fisher, Morris Flox, Marvin Franklin, Harry Friedberg, Martin Gitlin, Robert GiOin, Mor¬ ris Greenberg, Myron Haines, Arn¬ old Katz, Harold. Levenson, Morris Lubeah, David Pastor, Morris Plaine, Jay Robins, David Rosen, Louis Rosenbaum, Jacob Rosen¬ berg, Louis Rosenthal, JHyman Schlonsky, Isaac Siegel, John Sil¬ ver, Julius Snider, Phillip Solomon, Louis Wilson, Jack Winter, Moeh¬ ler Pass, iSolomon Tever, Walter Yaco, Clifford Schlezinger. New Agudas Achim Cemetery, Re¬ fugee Road — Samuel Amdur, Is¬ rael Bender, Nathan Bender, Joseph Block, Alfred Cooper, Samuel-Dan- ziger, Irwin Godofsky, Samuel Gold¬ man, Harry Harnett, Hyman Jo- sephson, Samuel Katz, Maxwell Kramer, Barney„ Lasky, Morris Lessure, Bernard Leiberman, Al¬ vin Maierson, Harry Mitzen, Barney Neiman. Harry Pallet, David Pei- ros, Abe Poling, Nathan Rosen¬ baum, William Schwartz, Dr. Har¬ ry Schmansky, Lt. Sanford Soom¬ sky, Earl Soule, Dr. Samuel Swed¬ low, Joseph Tieman, William Topo¬ losky, Herman Waitzman, Herman Weisberg, Bert Wolman, Herman Seff, David Zuravsky, Milton Ben¬ der, Sam Solomon. Morris Howitz. New Beth Jacob Cemetery, Re¬ fugee Road — Herman Brody, Lou¬ is Brody, Jacob Cohen, David Gold¬ berg, Louis Goldfarb. "fhedore Pier, Louis Press, Edward Rothman, Jo¬ seph Silverberg, Charles Cohen, Morris Gold. New Tifereth Israel Cemetery, Re¬ fugee Road —- Abe Abraham, David Gold, Samuel Greenbaum, Frank Levin, Sam Lichtenstein, William Monett, David Raiken, Sam Rosen¬ thal, William Seigel, William Weis¬ gold, Robert Zuckerman, Willard Brenner. If by mistake any veteran from any war has been overlooked, please notify Louis Ackerman, BE. 1-9793, before May 28. B'NAI B'RITH INSURANCE PROGRAM Carl N. Weinstein (left) of Washington, D.C, national director of the B'nai B'rith Members' Insurance Program, was in Columbus this week for a conference, held at the Columbus Club, In connection with the development of a new association group-insurance program for major cover¬ age with Mutual of Omaha, part of a national program en¬ dorsed by the national B'nai B'rlth organization. Shown with Weinstein are (left to right): M.L. Bodine, association group manager of the Swisher Insurance Agency of Mutual of Omaha in Columbus; Martin Gold, president ol the Buck- ..^ye Lodge of B'nai B'rith; and Alan Weiler, president of the Zion Lodge. Chronicling Thrf^ews Editorial 2 Our Teen Scene 3 Society 6 Synagogues 5 Shopping Guide 5 Sports . 8, 9, 10 Entertainment 10 HILLEL TOP HONORS GIVEN AT BANQUET On.Wednesday, Mdy IS, the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation presented awards tor outstanding leadership during the past year. Hillel Keys, the highest awards, were presented to Judy Kravitz, iVIichael Bernstein, Rochelle Walters, Sharon Pitluck, Joel Gottlieb, Mimi Canowitz and Arnold Ages. Hillel certificates were presented to 13 other students. THE NEW Hillel Student C^oun- cil, president Jerry Silverman, first vice president Barry Cooper, sec¬ ond vice president Rena Boner, first secretary, Joe Rosebloom and sec¬ ond secretary, Joan Bryer, were presented to the guests gathered. The new counoU will take over in September. ¦This year the new Hillel Advisory Board was also installed. The new board includes: Leon Friedman, president; Raymond Wells, first vice president; Lawrence Wells, second vice president; Charlotte Mentser, secretary. THE ROSE SUGARMAN Award presented to "the student who con¬ tributed most to Hillel during the year" was won this year by Mi¬ chael Bernstein for the second time. Arnold Ages, Hillel graduate as¬ sistant for the past four years and recent recipient of the PhD from Ohio State, was presented with a farewell gift on behalf of the Hillel Advisory Board. Dr. Louis Gottschalk, professor of history at the University of Chi¬ cago and Resident of the National Hillel Commission, was the guest speaker. EUROPEAN EX-INMATES HOLD ^NCRESS IN BELGIUM LIEGE, Belgium (JTA)-The an¬ nual congress of the Association of Former Prisoners of Buchenwald was held here recently with the par¬ ticipation of delegates from Bel¬ gium, France, West Germany; Aus¬ tria and Italy. The main purpose of the meeting is to study the physio¬ logical effects of the concentration camp on the inmates. Sifrei Torahs To Be Dedicated Bonds Com. Seeks 1951 Purchasers , The Columbus Committee for State of Israel Bonds announc¬ ed today that it is seeking to locate the persons who were the first purchasers of Israel Savings Bonds in 1951. Those who bought Israel Bonds at the inception of the campaign in this city 12 years ago are urged to get in touch with the Columbus Committee for State of Israel Bonds at 8 E. Long St., Suite 923, Atlas Building. The telephone number is CA. 8-2473. "THE SUCCESS of Israel's first Bond issue," said Alvin E. Schot- tensteiii, chairman ot the Columbus Committee for .Israel Bonds, "has guided'the State of Israel in its de¬ cision to make this form ot financ¬ ing a continuing part ot its program of economic development. Since the start of the Israel Bond drive, Is¬ rael has realized more than $600,- 000,000 in investment capital from this vital channel ot assistance. "This year, the year of redemp¬ tion, Israel -is seeking additional sums of investment dollar; to rea¬ lize its full potential for economic growth and to carry on an inten¬ sive agricultural and industrial de¬ velopment program in the vast des¬ ert region known as the Negev. Broader economic development is A. A. CONFIRMATION IS SUNDAY MORNING Twenty-six youngsters will be confirmed at the annual Agudas Achim Congregation services Sun¬ day. May 26, at 10:30 a.m. The confirmands will present a cantata entitled, "The Law G-d Gave on Sinai." Robert W.- Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Solomon, will re¬ cite the opening prayer, and Gloria M. Ziskind, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ziskind, will lead the floral offering ceremony. The class gift will be presented by the con¬ firmation class president. Mark S. Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bern¬ ard Kat)lan. MARTIN DOV RUBENSTEIN, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel W. Ru¬ benstein, will lead the students in the Declaration of Faith and Vow. The closing prayer will be led by Jo-Ann Friedman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Max Friedman. Rabbi Rubenstein will deliver the charge to the confirmands. The dip¬ lomas wUl be presented by William Goodman, president of the congre¬ gation, and the Bibles will be pre¬ sented to the confirmands by Mrs. William Rosen, president of the Agudas Achim Sisterhood. Rabbi Rubenstein and Cantor Philip Gell¬ man will,bless the youngsters. Mrs. Samuel Rubenstein is the teacher of this year's class. Arthur Katz is the chairman of the re¬ ligious school committee. Cantor Gellman is in charge of the music tor the cantata, ^d the accompan¬ ist is Mrs. Ivan Romanhof. Irving Stem is the director of the Religious School. also indispensable to Israel's capa¬ city to absorb additional imml grants on a large scale. Israel's 'open door' immigration policy serves as a reminder that Israel was established 15 years ago as a haven for oppressed and harassed Jews. This work must go forward while Israel strengthens its econo¬ my. Israel will need a minimum of $75,000,000 in Israel Bond pro¬ ceeds in 1963." UNDERSCORING the fact that the southern Negev region holds the key to Israel's future settle¬ ment and development, Scho'tten- stein laid particular stress on the country's need for Israel Bond capi¬ tal to revive this area and trans- .forra it into a productive part ot the country. "The Israel Bond drive is the in¬ strument which Israel needs to re¬ deem the Negev and give new life to its citizens," he said. "Israel Bonds are an investment which pays interest Lt human free¬ dom as well as dollars. We look forward to a record sale ot Israel Bonds in Columbus in this 'Year of Redemption.' " TIFERETH ISRAEL DEDICATES TORAHS ON MEMORIAL DAY The dedication ceremony of two Sifrei Torahs which were ransomed from the Egyptian govemment and which are being donated to the Ti¬ fereth Israel Congregation and jp the Minnie Cobey Memorial Library and Jewish Museum by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cobey and Mr. Her¬ bert Cobey, will take place on Mem¬ orial Day, May 30. The dedication ceremony will be part of the Shavuot service. The services will begin at 9 a.m. RABBI NATHAN ZELIZER has announced the program for the ded¬ ication ceremony. Cantor Stanley Burstein will chant the liturgy. Guest cantor for the occasion will be Cantor Wolf Hecker ot the Is¬ raeli Religious Art, Inc., New York. The sermon by Rabbi Zelizer will be "The Torah in Battle." The Melton and Cobey families will present the Torahs to Morris Swedlow, president of the congre¬ gation. FOLLOWING YISKOR, a special memorial prayer will be chanted for all of the Jewish soldiers who died in United States battlefronts in commemoration of Memorial Day. Also participating in the services will be Ralph Benveniste, John Mustacchi, Albert Levy and Jacob M. Douek, recent arrivals from Egypt. TIFERETH ISRAEL HONORS EDUCATIONAL STAFF AT SERVICE ON YOM HAMOREH OAY Congregation Tifereth Israel will honor 42 members cjf Its educational staff at a special Erev Shavu-ot service on Wednes¬ day evening. May 29. Yom Hamoreh (Teachers' Day) is being celebrated In connection with Shavu-ot, a holiday dedicated to the Torah. The national celebration is sponsored by the Ameri¬ can Association for Jewish Education. The faculty of the congregation is being honored in recog¬ nition of its determined efforts to build the schools of the temple into first-rate educational institutions. In addition to face-to-face contact with the students, the teachers de¬ vote countless hours to class prepa¬ ration, committee meetings, faculty study sessions, readings in Judaica and education, conferences and re¬ search. All of this is supplemented by attendance of religious service and the other patterns of living which characterize the committed Jew. "WE ARE proud of our faculty," noted Morris Swedlow, president ot the congregation. "They are dedi¬ cated to our congregation and to the advancement of the Jewish way of life." "Ihe following will be honored: Donald Adelman, Mrs. Arnold Ages, Meivin Benjamin, Mrs. Marvin Bonowitz, Cantor and Mrs. Stanley Burstein, Meivin Cooperman, Dr. Leon Chameides, Victor Copeland, Jeffrey and Terry Covel, Mrs. Sam¬ uel Eisenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Bem- ard Goobich, Cantor Leo Halpem, Diane Handler and Mr. and Mrs. Eran Hareven. Also Mrs. Marvin Horkin, Allen Israel, Dr. A. S. Kohn, Mrs. Uri Katz, Mrs. William Kauffman, Mrs. Meivin Kobre, Mrs. Bertha Krause, Mrs. Julius Margulies, Mrs. Steven Marks, Mrs. Nathan Nateman, Mrs. Fred Roland, Susan Ross, Mrs. Jesse Shapiro, Mrs. Dan Shaml, Martin Shenker, Mrs. Morris Swed¬ low, Karen Topolosky, Mrs. Mar¬ tin Tracht, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wachs, Herbert Wasserstrom. Mips. Jack Zeff and Fahn and Sandra Zelizer. An Oneg Shabat will be tendered in honor of the educational ataft by the congregation. Members are urg^ ed to attend.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-05-24|
|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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