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. ••c<^<^yf^^^«> Serving Columbus, Dayton, Cenfral and Southwestern C Hi'l -^ I''' HDIH N Ji Mni^:nVi TVDIU01?1H ¦8 1^/olOl'Il~Jt^^&v Vol. 41, No. 18 FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1963 — 9 lYAR, 5723 on Devotvd to Amtriean ^l' end Jawith Iduli B'nai B'rith Council To Present Awards The annual Famliy Awards Night of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Columbus, takes place Tuesday night, May 7, 8 p.m., at Agudas Achim Synagogue. The event, open to all interested persons, is sponsored joinUy by Zion and Candlelight Chapter."; and Zion and Buckeye Lodges of B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Ike Cohen, president of the council will preside. Highlights of the evening vvill be the announcement of win ners of the Max Dworkin' Award and the Girl of the Year Award. THE MAX DWORKIN Award is presented by Zion Lodge in mem ory of Max Dworkin who for 20 years was an active advisor of Columbus Chapter of AZA now known as the "Pops" Dworkm Chapter. The award has been pre sented annually since 1956. The presentation will be made by Zion Lodge past president Harry S. Goldstein who was a member and a district deputy of AZA and who for many years worked close¬ ly with Mr. Dworkin on the local advisory board. The qualifications for receiving the award include participation in the. AZA program, valuable effort and service in the betterment of AZA and service to the community. The winner is not announced until the time of the presentation. CANDLELIGHT Chapter presents the B'nai B'rith Girl of the Year Award to that BBG girl who has contributed most to the betterment of her chapter and given service to the community at large. A new major award for 1963 will be the MIT (Member in Training) presentation by Hon Chapter. ANOTHER ANNUAL feature will be recognition pf athlete-scholars among Jewish high school youth. This award is sponsored by Zion l.odge. Mrs. Ike Cohen Advisors to the AZA and BBG groups are Marvin Horkin, Bernard Kanter, Saul Kaufman, Gus Reich, Joseph White, Benson Wolman; Mrs. Meivin Eisler, Mrs. Gail Feld man, Mrs. Ruth Gross, Mrs. Mur¬ ray Rosen and Mrs. David Pepper¬ corn. Bob Sobolevitch is the Jewish Center staff member actively work¬ ing with the AZA and BBG groups. TOPPING OFF the Tuesday night program will be the winning mu¬ sical skit, from TAC Stunt Night by the members of Ziv BBG and Capi tal AZA. B'nai B'rith members, their fami¬ lies and friends, are invited to at¬ tend the May 7 affair. Shown above are members of The Jewish Center Orche¬ stra hard at work for their final concert of the season which takes place at the Center Sunday, May 5, at S p.m. The group is conducted by Richard Suddendorf (left) of the music faculty of The Ohio State'University. RICHARD SUDDENDORF CONDUCTS JEWISH CENTER ORCHESTRA FOR SPRING CONCERT The mus'ie committee of the Columbus Jewish Center, Mrs. Harold Edelstein, chairman, extends nn invitation to tho entire community to attend the Spring Concert of The Jewish Center Orchestra. The orchestra, under the leadership of Richard Suddendorf. will present the program at The Jewish Center, 1125 S. C^oUege Ave. at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 5. Suddendorf has For this concert adhered to the high standard ot music chosen for the orchestra. The program, which holds inter¬ est for everyone, is as follows: ' Water Muilc SulU _.. S. F. Handel No. 3 — Allegro Suite M "Engliih Folk Songi R. VaugKali Wllllami March — Seventeen Come Sunday Intermezxo — t^y Bonny Boy tvlarch — Folk Songs From Somertet Concerto In B Flat tor Bassoon W, A. Moiart Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Our Teen Scene .... 4, 5 Society <> Synagogues 8 Shopping Guide 8 Sports 9, 10 Entertainment 12! Allego Andante Ma Adagi'o Rondo Linda Upper, soloist Symphony No. 68 Haydt Finale Roumanian Folk Dances Bola Barto' I Joe cu Beta IV Buciumeana VI Ivtarunlel VII Mdtcintel Carmen Suite No. 2 _ Biiet Prelude Aragonalse Intermezzo Seguedllle Los Dragons D'Alcala Les Toreadors L This concert will bring to a close he activities of the Center orche¬ stra for the 1962-1963 season. Plans ar'e now being made, for the 1963- 54 musical year and an invitation is now issued to anyone interested in participating with the orchestra to join with the group in the fall AnnouncEftient will be made as to the first Rehearsal date. The concert is open to the public and there is no charge for admis sion. For further information, in dividuals are requested to call The Jewish Center, BE. 1-2731. Beautiful Jewish Home Tour May 9 The third annual lour of the JewlshT^ome Beautiful, spon¬ sored by the Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth Israel, will include two unique features this year. Scheduled for Thursday, May 9, 1 to 5 p.m., the tour will visit four homes, each of which will have as Its decorative theme an aspect of Jewish living. New to the Tour this year will he the home showing mar¬ riage traditions and customs, and featuring a wedding ceremony in its decor. This witl be at the TEMPLE ISRAEL DINNER-DANCE Members of the planning committee for "Champagne and Springtime," a dinner-dance sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood and Brotherhood, are (left to right): Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Frank, oo-chalrmen; Mrs. Ben Zuckerman, sisterhood representative; Jules Garel, Brotherhood repre¬ sentative; and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lurie, publicity. Com¬ mittee members shown in picture are: Mrs. Don Plotnick, invitations; and Rober,t Weiler, Jr., reservations. The dance will be held at Temple Israel on Saturday, May 18 beginning with a champagne hour from 7 to 8 p.m. Dinner will be .served at 8 by Danny Deeds of the Maramor. Following din¬ ner there will be dancing until 12 to the orchestra of Ted Goetz. Champagne will be served throughout the evening. The entire evening can be enjoyed for $7.50 per person. All interested persons are asked to make reservations by calling BE. 7-4281, or by sending their checks to: Champagne and Springtime, 5419 E?. Broad St. BETH JACOB TORAH DAY OFFERS TEENS REUGiOUS AND CULTURAL EXPERIENCE "Torah Day Is an action-packed day of Torah learning and living for all Columbus teenagers," said Nate Lessem of the Beth Jacob Youth Committee. Started three years ag6 by Rabbt David Stavsky, Torah Day is an opportunity for teenagers to enjoy a dynamic experience in religious, spiritual, social and •ultural activities with other Jewish teenagers, according to Lessem. "It is a one day conclave," he stated, "set in a synagogue atmos¬ phere, giving the teenagers very little time other than to learn and live Torah Judaism." THE PROGRAM wiU take place Sunday, May 5, beginning with the Talis and Tiphilin Club session at 8:30 a.m. Shachris will be led by Paul Tanenbaum and Paul Mendel¬ man. Services will be followed by the official welcome by Nate Les¬ sem. Mike Roth will give d'vor Torah. Louis M. Levin, synagogue president, wUl extend greetings to all teenagers. The group will then join in breakfast, the Hamatzi will be made by David Gurevitz, the opening prayer by Rochelle Blank and Birchat Hamazon by Kenny Bless and Steve Broidy. Avie Waxman, youth ¦ supervisor at the synagogue, will open the formal part of the program. Rabbi David Stavsky will give the key¬ note address "Kfeliglon ot a Teen¬ ager — Profits or Prophets?" A discussion with three guest modera¬ tors will follow, Irving Stern, edu¬ cational director ot Agudas Achim Synagogue, will speak on "Isaiah and the Moral Life," Elia Wurtz¬ burger, trom Ohio State University, will speak on "Jonah and Social Responsibility," and Waxman will speak on "Ezekiel — Hope in the Atomic Age." PRIOR TO lunch. Cantor Herman Blonder and Steve Marks will pro vide entertainment with a medley of songs. Lunch will begin with Hamotzi by Mike Rosen; the open¬ ing prayer by Lois Schecter, Mrs. Pauline Gutter, president-elect of the sisterhood, will extend greet¬ ings, and the Birchat Hamazon will be led by Joe Lessem and Honi Hara. Two important workshops in arts and crafts will take place. The teen¬ agers will make functional cere¬ monials for the Jewish home. Following a refreshment break, Mrs. Debbie Zett, Israeli dance in¬ structor, will lead in a dancing workshop. JIM LEVINE WiU conduct the mincha services, which will include a d'vaf Torah by Marvin Gutter. .The entire group will then proceed (coANnu«d on peg* 4) residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Talis, 378 S. Roosevelt Ave. Also shown at this home will be one of two Egyptian Torahs recently do¬ nated to the congregation oi Tem¬ ple Israel by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Melton. A SECOND NEW theme of the lour will be Our Cultural Heritage, featuring art, music and Uterature, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob¬ ert Paine, ¦ 48 S. Drexel Ave. The second of the Egyptian Torahs will be shown here. The Torahs are from a group of 100 recently brought to the United States with special permission of the Egyptian government. These Torahs. some of which are over 250 years old. are of great religious and cultural interest. They are beautifully dec¬ orated by hand in styles indigenous to the Orient and Spain, inscribed on fine brown leathers or thin goat¬ skins and richly decorated with sil¬ ver, hand engraved, with fine crafts¬ manship rarely seen in the Western world today. Tourgoers will also visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gure¬ vitz, Park Towers Apartments, where the Sabbath will be the theme, and the residence ot Dr. and Mrs. Harry . Topolosky, the Passover home. Tickets for the tour are $1 and can be reserved by calling Mrs. Benton Block at BE. 7-2793 or the Temple office. Mrs. Milton Parker is ticket chair¬ man. MRS. NATHAN KOSLIN, tour chairman, has announced that among the many sisterhood mem¬ bers planning Uie event are Mrs. J. Sheldon Levy, hostess chairman, and hostesses: Mesdames Robert Friedman, Charles Solomon, Jack Palestrant, Santord Topolosky. J. Nathan Polster, Jack Stone, Mar¬ tin Polster, Lawrence Polster, Arn¬ old Grossman, Morris Zitron, Irv¬ ing Brenner, Nathan Coopersmith, Milton Turk, Eugene Hameroff, Bernard Byrnes and Mitchell Ro¬ sen. Mrs. Richard Lieberman is chair¬ man ot the speakers committee. Speakers give brief talks at fre¬ quent intervals at each home, ex¬ plaining the holidays and the items on display. They wili include: Mes-/ dames Harold Schneider, Saul Wachs, Albert Blank, Leon Men¬ del, S. Eisenstein, Lew Cohen, Ed¬ win Ellman, Jesse Shapira, Mar¬ vin Katz, Leonard Wasserstrom, Jerome Gross, N. Nateman, Jack Bulloff, Ed Ghitman, Norman Katz, Norman Kruger, Norman Goulder, B. Lee Skilken, Harold Eisenstein, Meivin Kobre, Maicolih Robbins, Julius Margulies, Carl Mellman, William Wasserstrom, Morrey Bleich and Abraham Flick¬ er. NAME TAGS tor all the ladies are being obtained' by J'rs. Bern¬ ard Feitlinger. Coordinating acti¬ vities at the homes wUl be Mrs. Leo Polster and Mrs. Richard Grundstein, wliile Mrs. Stanley Burstein is in charge ot religious materials, with Rabbi Nathan Zeli¬ zer, Saul Wachs and Cantor Stan¬ ley Burstein assisting. IVIrs. Jack Marks and Mrs. Her¬ schel Hausman did publicity art work for the project. The annual tour has proven to be of interest to the non-Jewish, as well as the Jewish, community and everyone is invited to participate. Homes may be visited in any order at the lei¬ sure ot the ticket-holders. Above are members of the' Tifereth Israel Congregation who will be participating in the third annual tour of the Jewish Home Beautiful on Thursday, May 9. Mrs. Robert Paine is shown at left holding a framed painting that will be on display at her home which will be featuring Jewish art, music and literature. Viewing the work of art are (left to right): Mrs.. George Levine, Tifereth Israel Sisterhood president; Mrs. Sam Melton, co-chairman of the tour; Mrs. Arthur Westerman, coordinator of the Sabbath home; Mrs. Charles Talis, hostess of the wedding home. The World's Week Compilec/ from JTA RopoHt In the United Nations, Israel complained to the Security Council of the United Nations that a joint declaration of Egypt, Iraq and Syria, Issued at Cairo on Apr. 17, otablish- ing a new federation of the three countries, is aimed at de¬ struction of Israe. In los Angeles, four members of the American Nazi party were under arrest after a free-for-all battle outside a meeting here marking Israel's 15th anniversary. Ten persons were injured In the fracas, which, police said, was started when the Nazis, who were picketing the meeting, clubbed a Jewish man. The injured included the four Nazis, four policemen and two Jews. In Jerusalem, construction started on a center to be known as Kiryat Mattersdorf — a 400-unit housing project for Othodox settlers mainly from the United States. In Frankfurt, indictments were lodged against two of the late Adolf Elchmann's prlnclpaj aides, Hermann Krum- ey and Otto Hunsche, charging them with the murder of 300,000 Hungarian Jews during World War II. The indict¬ ments were drawn by the Public Prosecutor. Heritage House Has Another Art Exhibit Visitors to Heritage House, the Columbus Jewish Home for the Aged, at 1151 College Ave., will have a decided treat in store for them during the two months. Be¬ ginning with an opening tea, Sun¬ day, May 5, from 2 to 4 p.m., there will be a new exhibit ot painting by a well-known artist, Beatrice Bailey Bemis (Mrs. Oliver B.). Mrs. Bemis, who was born in Schnectady, N.Y., studied at the New York School of Fine and Ap¬ plied Arts, Columbus Art School, Ohio University, and on the West Coast. She has received training by experts in the use of water jolor, pastel and oil portraits, land¬ scapes as well as various kinds of oil painting. She has exhibited her work" not only in Columbus but at various art shows throughout Ohio, the South and the East, including the National GaUery and the Argent Gallery of the City of New York. Mrs. Bemis had her paintings on exhibit at the Municipal Art Mu¬ seum in Tokyo and at other Japan¬ ese art galleries. She has taught painting, art history and art ap¬ preciation, and has given sUde lec¬ tures on painting, and has served as a tour guide tiirough European art museums tor a YWCA tour. Her paintings have been included with the US Information Agency Art Exhibition on their 18-month tour of South America. Among her exhibits at Heritage House wUl be oils, water colors, pastels and drawings. This exhibit wiU remain through the months of May and June.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-05-03|
|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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