Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-01-25, page 01
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nVU/ Serving Columbus, Dayton, Centra) and Soutiv Vol. 41, No. 4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. 1963 • *¦» -!•* i9 H3IH H gg Dcvcttwl to ^itivri^n 4nd Jawlih ld*«n Jaycee's To Honor 10 Outstanding Men The 10 Outstanding Young Men of the Greater Columbus area have been announced by the Columbus Junior Chamber of Commerce. AU will be honored at the annual Jaycee Dis¬ tinguished Service Award Banquet Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Fort Hayes Hotel. One of the 10 will be named "Outstanding Young .Man." Two of the nominees are Robert Lazarus, Jr., and Dr. Don¬ ald L. Plotnick. lAZABVS, SS, l8 vice-president and general manager of the base¬ ment store, F. & R. Lazarus Co. He is a member of the board ot trustees of the United Commu¬ nity CounoU, was treasurer for 1981 and has served on the ad¬ visory committee, ohEilrman of af¬ filiation committee, memiber of budget and admissions commit¬ tee and community relations com¬ mittee. He is president of the Colum¬ bus UrlJan League and has been active with Children's Mental Health Center, Planned Parent¬ hood Association, and Jewish Family Service. He is on the board of Columbus Jets, Colum¬ bus Town Meeting and the Co¬ lumbus Symphony. He Is married and has four children. DB. PIX)TN1CK, 28, is a Chiro¬ podist and is an active volunteer speaker for the National Foun¬ dation of Polio, Arthritis and birth defects, American Cancer Society, and the American Podia¬ trist Association. Dr. Plotnick is a member ot Oolumbus Academy orf Medicine, Disaster Planning Committee and the Athletic Board, Ohio Athletic Association. He haa been on the Board of Oirectors of Columbus Jaycees for two years and has a record of outstanding accomp¬ lishment In Jaycee Youth activi¬ ties and internal affairs. He is married and Has three chUdren. Others nominated for the award are: John F. Fisher, Dt. Prank P. Hall, John R. Tingley, Frank E. Tolbard, Jr., William W. Van Alstyne, Richard Wetherbee, Chester H. Jones and Richard J. Brentllnger. Ikr. Donald Plotnick Robert Ixuuurus, Jr. RAANANA CHAiHPAGNE COTiLUON TO BE HELD AT DESHIfR-HILTON ON FEBHUARY 2 Plans are now completed for Raanana's Champagne Cotillion to be held Feb. 2, in the Deahler- Hllton Grand Ballrooob It la scheduled- for 9 to 12 p.m. Bo4) Marvin alias Fllppo tbe Ptown, will be the master of ceremonies and entertain with songs and stories. Don Tate and his Organ Com¬ bo with many Jewish and He¬ braic numbers in their repertoire, will provide the music for danc¬ ing. Champagne Cocktails will be sejT^cd throughout the evening and many door prises will be awarded. All proceeds from this dance will go to support many Chlld- dren's Villages in Israel. Tickets are $7 per couple and may be obtained at the door or by calling Mrs. Leon Gross at BB. B-6»7. The entire community la invit¬ ed to attend. Members of Raanang, an affiliate of Mizrachi Women's Organization ol America, gather around a poster publicizing the organization's Champagne Cotillion at the Deshler-Hil¬ ton Hotel, Feb. 2. They are (left to right, seated): Mrs. Leon Gross, ticket chairman; and Mrs. Sanford Joseph, publicity chairman. (Standing) Mrs. Alvin Shames, dance chairman; Mrs. Michael Seidman, ad book chairman; and Mrs. Henry Lewin, president. Many members of the women's division of the United Jewish Fund and Council participated in the recent plan¬ ning meeting for Us annual Education Day. Pictured above are (left to right): Mrs. David Goldsmith, Mrs. Marvin Glassman, Mrs. Jerome Gross, Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, Mrs. Joseph Baskin, and Mrs. Ezra Kotzin. In the photo¬ graph below are (left to right): Mrs. David Roth, Mrs. Martin Godofsky, Mrs. Mayer Rosenfeld, Mrs. Gordon Schiffman, Mrs. Bernard Frank, and Mrs. Leonard Was¬ serstrom. President Is Guest For A.D.L Birthday Columbus television viewers will have an opportunity to join with the Antl-Defamailon League's commemoration of its SOth birthday, on Thursday, Jan. 31, from 10 to 11 p.m. on WBNS-TV, Channel 10. President John F. Kennedy will be guest of honor at the special broadcast, "Dinner With The Presi¬ dent," to be presented live from Washington, D.C. The broadcast will feature a concert of folk music and tmllet evocative of the American UJFG WOMEN'S DIVISION ARRANGES ITS ANNUAL EDUCATION DAY FOR FEB. 14TH spirit of liberty and a speech by the President In acceptance of the annual America's Democratic Legacy Award from the Antl-De- famatlon League. HOST OF THE special broad¬ cast will be Robert Preston, star of the Broadway musical hit, "The Music Man," and of the Hollywood film version. The nar¬ ration will be written by Mark Van Qpren, Pulltlzer Prize-win¬ ning poet arid critic. Among the noted folk singers who will appear on the broadcast will be Odetta, Josh White, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Ma- kem, Will Holt, Judy Collins and Lynn Oold. Aiso presented will be a folk ballet choreographed by Hanya Holm (choreographer of "Camelot" and "My Fair Lady") to originai music by George Klein- singer, performed by the CBS Concert Orchestra tinder the di¬ rection ot Alfredo Antonlnl. "DINNER WITH The Presi¬ dent" will be a production ol tbe Public Affairs Department of QBS News, In cooperation with The Women's Division of the United Jewish Fund and Coun¬ cii will, hold its annual S3duqa: tion Day on Feb. 14. The Com¬ mittee, under the chairmenship ot Mrs. Jerome Gross, Mrs. I>avid Gerstenfeld and Mrs. David Roth, invites the women of Columbus to join together on a Study Mis¬ sion of the Jewish Agencies In Columbus. Travelers on the Study Mission will register at the Jewish Cen¬ ter at 9;30 a.m., board buses, and visit the following agencies: the Jewish Family Service, Heritage House, Hillel Foundation, and The Jewish Center. Hostesses will greet the women and the professional staff will explain the function of the agency to the guests. Kits with educational ma.^ terial wiii be distributed for more' detailed information^ . A bos lunch will be served durtng the tour and en route the tour guides will point out some Columbus landmarks. The Women's Division urge all women to make their reserva¬ tions with the registration chair¬ men, Mrs. Marvin Glassman and Mrs. Joseph Baskin, so that they will be assured of a reserved seat on the las for the entire tour. The cost win be $1.50 for the day. Mrs. Leon Schottenstein and Mrs. Louis Krakoff are chairman and co-chairman of the Women's Division and Mrs. B. W. Abram¬ son is serving as advisor for Edu¬ cation Day. The World's Week Compilad from JTA RsporH In Cleveland, tribute to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver was paid by President Kennedy in a message sent to him on the occasion of Dr. Silver's 70th birthday which was celebrated here at a dinner attended by national, state and civic lead¬ ers. Messages of gieeting were received also from form¬ er President Eisenhower, Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, Dr. Nahun Goldmann, Moshe Sharett, Dr, Emanuel Neumann, Israel's Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim and other prominent Jewish leaders in the United Slates and abroad. In Bnenos Aires, the leading Argentine daily. El Mun- do, published a report from a correspondent who asserted he had seen Martin Bormann, long-sought deputy to Hiller, near Barlloche, a noted ski resort in southern Argentina. The report appeared under the by-line of Meyer Glelz- er, who said he had learned lhat Bormann was living in an Isolated hut on a snow-covered mountain, called Trona- dor. Glelzer wrote that the person he identified as Bormann was living under the name "Mervin" and that he kept himself Isolated from the rest of the world except for one or two visits annually. Glelzer did not indicate where the supposed former Number 2 Nazi went on the visits. In New York, the New Tork State Agriculture Department launched a statewide crackdown on alleged violations of laws governing kosher restaurants and cater¬ ers. The move followed a three-month investigation by a Queens grand jury of criminal information disclosed by District Attorney FVank D. O'Connor against several estat>- lishments evading kosher laws. Under the statutes, each restaurant or caterer holding a kosher wedding, bar mitzvah or other social gathering must be supervised by a rabbi or his authorized representa¬ tive who Is required to be on hand while the function ia taking place. Violation of these statutes Is punishable by a prison term of up tO| one year, a $50') fine or both. the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rlth on the occasion of its Both anniversary. Mr. Ken¬ nedy will receive the League's Award at the conclusion of tbe program. The golden medallion win be presented to the President for his "dedication to democracy as reflected in bis efforts to broaden the benefit of civil rights and to assure the application of constitutional principles of free- dom to all Americans." The award has been presented annually since 1948 to an Ameri¬ can citizen or organization for "distinguished contrlibutlons to the enrichment of our democratic heritage." Former Presidents Dwight D. Elsenhower and Harry S. 'Truman are among those wbo have received the award. Several groups in Columbus are planning to ioin with those pres¬ ent at the Washington dinner at the time of the award presenta¬ tion by holding "Dinners With The President" in their . own homes In Columbus, or in local restaurants to view the award telecast. Mrs. Charles Hymes of Minneapolis, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, recently accepted the keys to the new half-million dollar Hebrew University High School campus of buildings In Jerusalem from Pro¬ fessor Alexander M. Dushkin, Chainnan of the School's Board of Trustees. The model school was provided by the women's educational and service organization. Dedication speakers at the ceremony (from left) Eliahu Elath, presi¬ dent of Hebrew University, and Abba Eban, Israel Mini¬ ster of Education, lauded the NCJW for strengthening education in Israel. This is one of the activities that receives support locally from such affairs as the Angel Luncheon which will be held on Feb. S at The Maramor. THE COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN WILL SELECT 'ANGEL' AT ANNUAL LUNCHEON The Angel-for-the-day, an award given to one of Council's members in appreciation for her contribution to the organiza¬ tion's volunteer service program, will be selected at the fifth annual Angel Luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at The Maramor. Suggestions should be sent to Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, 2721 Sherwood Rd., immediately. Cooperating on the many activities to make the Angel Luncheon the event of the year for Council memibers are mem¬ bers of the special gifts commit¬ tee, Mra. Allan Meyer, Chainnan, Mrs. Harry Schwartz, Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, Mrs. Sam Gurevitz, Mrs. Albe lievlson, Mrs. Joseph Skilken. Mrs. Bernard Feitlinger, Mrs. Arthur Loeb, Jr., Mrs. Hen¬ ry Gurvis, Mrs. Simon Lazarus and Mrs. Richard J. Abel. A DEUOHTFUL program for the Angel Luncheon is >elng ar¬ ranged. Prizes including a trip to New York will be awarded. Council memibers not yet pledg¬ ing as "Angels" are asked to call Mrs. Robert Greene (281-4462) (contloiMd M p««* 11) March Of Dimes Culminating its 25th anni¬ versary year of continual battle in defense of mankind against the onslaught of crippling dis¬ eases, the Mothers' March of Dimes once more ennbarks on tt« house to house funds 80- Hcitation campaign Thursday, Jan. 31, at 7 pjn. Oive generously to this wor¬ thy cause — the key to preven¬ tion of crippling diseases.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-01-25|
|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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