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2f\Q^ Serving Columbus, Dayton^ Cent^f and Southwestern Ohio \^^ Vol. 43, No. 13 FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1965 — 22 ADAR, 5725 > American ith IdeaU Distinguished Panel WiU Be At Center As Career Day (April 4) ap¬ proaches, a distinguished Ijst of Panel members is being formed. Among those who will take part in the program of advising the teen¬ age youths oh their future careers will be a panel of attorneys who are members of the Columbus Bar As¬ sociation, including: Mr,- Benjamin Zox, Mr. Mike Moritz, Mr. Ray Brown, Mr. Marvin Pliskin and Mr. Ed Whipps. The field of retailing will be dis¬ cussed by Mr. James Posner, Man¬ aging Director of Morehouse Fash¬ ion. Professor Richard Mall of Ohio State University, Dept. of Speech will cover the field of radio and television. Mr. Gerald Donahue, Tax Commissioner of the State of Ohio, will discuss politics. Dr. Paul Miller and Dr. William Engelman will offer advice on careers in medicine; and dentistry, as will Dr. Edmond Schecter on optometry. Mr. Don How- Idnd of the Ohio National Bank will cover banking; M r . M . D . Port- man, stock market; Mr.' John Resler, CPA, account¬ ing. Mrs. Edith Smilack will cover careers in fine arts; Coburn Morgan, interior dec¬ orating. Miss Maxine Turner, Sec¬ retary to the Dean of the O.S.U. College of Law will cover secre¬ tarial careers. Mrs. Mildred Newton, Director of the O.S.U. School of Nursing will offer advice to those Interested in nursing. Social work will be covered D. Portman by Mr. Sam Stellman of O.S.U.. Mrs. Henry Sterhng and Mr. Ber¬ nard Wohl, director of the South A. Shames J. Resler Side Settelement House. The field of journalism will be covered by Mr. Sanford Waitzman of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mr. Irving Greenbaum will talk on data processing. The fields of electrical and mechanical engineering will dis¬ cussed by Mr. Jerry Lopper, engi¬ neer with Western Electric. Mr. Alvin Shames. North Ameri¬ can Aviation executive, will offer advise on aeronautical engineering and related careers in the space age. Mr. Lawrence A. Rubenstein, AIA, practicing architect, will dis_- cuss career possibilities in archi- [contlnuad on page 4) Regional Convention Of United Synagogue On Sunday, April 4. Mr. Saul Wachs, Director of Education of Congregation Tifereth Israel, will lead a workshop at the United Syn¬ agogue ot America Northern- Ohio Regional All-Day Conference to be held in Akron, Ohio. The subject of the workshop 'iill be "A New Approach in Teaching Bible," and will feature comments by Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. The Northern Ohio Region of the United Synagogue of America is the lay organization of Conser¬ vative Judaism. The theme of the Conference will be "New Horizons in Jewish Education." and will be devoted to problems of current school needs as well as the findings of the Melton Research Center. The guest speaker for the lunch¬ eon session will be Dr. Morton Sie¬ gel. noted educator and director of the Department of Education of the United Synagogue in.New Vork. The dinner session will feature as guest speaker. Dr. Morton Gold¬ berg. Rabbi of uingregation B'nai Israel, Toledo. Dr. Goldberg is a ¦former president of the Toledo Board of Education. A service of welcome to five new Rabbis who are serving congre¬ gations in the Region will be held at Mincha Services. Mr. Phillip Arnoff, a past President of the Region, will welcome Rabbi Shel¬ don Eslter of Oheb Tzedek. Young¬ stown; Rabbi Robert Hdmmer. Beth El. Akron; Rabbi Howard Hirsch. Park Synagogue. Cleve¬ land; Rabbi Bernard Silverblaft. Bnai Israel. Toledo; and Rabbi Victor Zwelling. Jewish Center, Erie, Penna. A morning and afternoon plenary session will be chaired by the reg¬ ional president, Mr. David A. Kroll. Host congregation for the confer¬ ence will be Beth El, 464 S. Haw¬ kins Ave., Akron. Registration will open at 9:45 a.m. and the fee, including luncheon and dinner, will be $6.00 per person. Interested persons are invited to attend. Further information can be ob¬ tained from Sheldon Lessem, 253- 8523. The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reports NEY YORK, (JTA)—Representatives of national and various local Jewish organizations around the country, both lay and rabbinical, were participating in the march from Selma, Ala., to Montgomery, supportng demands for equal yotlng rights for Negroes and backing President Johnson's proposal for legislation guaranteeing such rights, according to dispatches received here. BONN, (.ITA)—The Bundestag, lower house of the West German Parliament, Is expected to prolong the statute of limitations on the prosecution of Nazi war criminals from May 8, 1965, to 1980, following recommendations received from the Bundestag's legal committee. LONDON, (JTA)—Despite recent claims of adequate matzoh baking facilities this year in Moscow and Leningrad, informed sources here reported that generally, there is still no organized matzoh baking in those cities and eaoh indi¬ vidual must bring his own flour. JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Gen. Yitzhak Rabin, chief of staff of Israel's defense forces, reported to the entire Cabinet here on the latest series of Syrian attacks on the northern frontier, where another exchange of fire took place between Syrian gunposts and Israeli units on the northern frontier. NEW YORK, (JTA)—The reading of the Megillah in the Central Synagogue in Moscow last week attracted more than 1,0(X) worshippers, among them a large number of young people, according to information reaching here from reliable sources. There has never been as many young Jews in the synagogue for a Purim service as there were this year, the Moscow report said. Kennedy, Shriver, At NCJW Convention Five delegates and five alternates of the Columbus Section of the National Council of Jewish Women have been named to attend the national biennial convention of the educational and service organization n New York, March 28 through April 1. They are: Mrs. Blair Ruben, section president; Mrs. Stanley Skilken, section vice president; Mrs. Bernard Yenkin, section vice president; Mrs. Robert Kean, evening branch vice president; Mrs. A. C. Strip, evening branch Jewish Music Festival To Be At Center Sunday Dr. Jacob K. Shankman SHANKMAN SPEAKS AT TEMPLE ISRAEL The members of Temple Israel will hold their annual congrega¬ tional meeting at the Tennple on Sunday, March 28. at 8 p.m. Following the business meeting Dr. William P. Engelman, chair¬ man of the annual meeting, will introduce; Dr. Jacob K. Shankman of Temple Israel, New Rochelle, N.Y., who will discuss "Reform Judaism Around the World." Dr. Shankman is a graduate of Harvard University and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. He ' has served Temple Israel in New RocheUe since 1937, and was Rabbi for Third Street Temple in Troy, New York prior to that time. Dr. Shankman has been actively engaged in the work of the World Union for Progressive Judaism since 1957, serving as its American director from 1957-1964, chairman of the American board during that period of time, chairman of the World Executive Committee in 1959 and president of World Union in 1964. In addition to his rabbinical and World Union duties Dr. Shankman is very active in the New Rochelle community, serving as president of ils Council of Social Agencies, director of its Community Chest, director of its Chapter of American Red Cross, director of its Council tor Unity, direcior of New Rochelle Lodge, B'nai B'rilh, direcior New Rochelle Zionist District, and was awarded the New Rochelle Civic Achievement Award in 1962 and the Community Fund "Chest Man of the Year" award in 1964. Dr. Shankman has contributed articles lo "Hebrew Union College Monthly. " "American Judaism." "Liberal Judaism." "The Synago¬ gue" and "The Jewish Layman." Refreshments will be served fol¬ lowing the meeting. The Jewish Center will play host to a community-wide Jewish Music 5'estival in celebration of Jewish Music Month in the auditorium on Sunday afternoon, March 28, ac¬ cording to an announcement by Mrs. Pavid Derrow. chairman of The Jewish Center special events committee. The program is scheduled to start at 2:30 p.m. "Appearing in this community project," said Mr. Derrow, "will be the Tifereth Israel Chorale, fea¬ turing Cantor Stanley Burstein and conducted by Saul Wachs; the Beth Tikvah Singing Ensemble, under the leadership of Carl Verber; and- The Jewish Center's Israeli Folk Dance Group, under the guidance of Lynn Nateman. "We are pleased lo announce," continued Mrs. Derrow. "that Can¬ tor Philip H. GeUman of Agudas Achim and Beth Jacob's Cantor Herman Blonder will also appear on the program. "We cordially invite the entire community to attend this high level program of Jewish Music. Tickets are available at The Jewish Center, as well as the respective congrega¬ tions." Accompanying the entire pro¬ gram will be Eleanor L. Clingan. The Tifereth Israel Chorale will be heard in such varied numbers Dr. Birrenbach Delays Departure From Israel JERUSALEM, (JTA) - Dr. Kurt Birrenbach; West German (Chan¬ cellor Ludwig Erhard's special emissary, who was to return to Bonn'after a second round of con¬ ferences with-Prime Minister Levi Eshkol on issues still outstanding in onnection with Bonn - Jerusalem talks postponed his departure. He was awaiting further instruc¬ tions from Bonn regarding some im portant issues not yet resolved be¬ tween the two governments. , The issues include Israel's de¬ mand that Bonn keep its agreement to aid Israel armament by supply¬ ing remainder of weapons not yet shipped; and the timing and other details about establishment of full diplomatic relations, to which both governments have not agreed. Bonn apparently wants to delay implementation of the diplomatic agreement until a later date. In Bonn, meanwhile, the Erhard government struggled with a rash of violent demonstrations by Arabs against West German embassies in Arab capitals. as "Ana Tavo." "Zacharti Lach." "Kedusha" and "S'oo Sh'areem." "Hasheevaynoo." by Ancis, wiU feature Cantor Burstein. Members of the 1965 Tifereth Israel singing group are: Mrs. San¬ ford Betker. Dr. Allen Blair, Jeff Covel, Muriel Derrow. Sam Eisen¬ stein. Ronald Frank. Mrs. Ronald Frank, Mrs. Norman Hosansky, Louana Katz, Dr. George Ornstein. Bonnie Orenstein. Mrs. Abe Oren¬ stein. Cheryl Polster, Mrs. J. Nathan Polster, Miriam B. Polster. Mrs. Meyer Pobereskin. Mrs. Leon Resnick. Mrs. Malcolm Robbins, Alex Stregevsky. Manuel Sobel, Mrs. Sanford Lipson and Mrs. Her- rpan Kress. ,Mrs. Naternan's dance group will be seen in Hassidic dances as well as those typifying the modern IsraeU folk dances. Among the numbers to be danced will be the Hassidic "Broiges Tanz." "Hine Ma Tov" (Behold How Good), "Bat Hareem" (Daughter of the Moun¬ tains;) and "Ken Yovdu" (They Shall Perish). Appearing in the Jewish Center folk dance group wiil be Estelle Fischer, Marge Copeland, Myra Levine. Sally Levine, Rose Klein. Mary (Ilopeland, Cheryl Nateman, Tobie tyberg, Ann Bonowitz. Sue Sussman, Helen Carmen, Maizie Feinstein, Dave Tyberg. Marv Bo¬ nowitz, Hy Copeland. Alex Stregev¬ sky and Lynn Nateman. The Beth Tikvah choral group will perform such Israeli songs as "Eten Ba-Midbar." "Hei Artsenu" and "Ha-Dereeh' Arucha",. The group will accompany itself with 3 guitars and an accordian. The Beth Tikvah choral group wiil perform such Israeli songs as "Eten Ba-Midbar," "Hei Artsenu" and "Ha-Derech Arucha". The group will accompany itself with 3 guitars and an accordian. Members of. the Beth Tikvah group are: Sanford Shapiro (ac¬ cordian), Sanford Paris, Ruven Dobry (guitar), Shirley Dobry, Sam Barcover. Elaine Bernstein, Barry Chern (guitar), Mrs. Harold Chern, Mickey Goldstein. Rabbi Bennett Herman, Carl Verber (guitar). Cantor Blonder will be heard in such varied numbers as "Kiddush" and "A Chazan Uf Shabbos". Cantor Gellman will be heard in "V'Ulay," "Rochel M'Vahoh Al Boneho" and "Hasheevaynoo," and will be backed by the Tifereth Israel singing group. The stirring "Sung of Galilee." with the choirs and Cantors, will be the finale. For further information concern¬ ing tlie Jewish Music Festival indi¬ viduals are requested lo phone the Center program office, BE. 1-2T31. president-elect; Mrs. Henry Grins¬ felder, evening branch president; Mrs. Jules Vogel evening branch financial secretary; Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, past president of the Columbus section and secretary of the Mid-Eastern • r e g i on ; Mrs. Joseph Horchow. national board member; and Mrs. Bernard f'eit- linger. Mid-Eastern regional presi¬ dent and national board member. Their selection was announced by Mrs. Blair Ruben. 255 S. Roosevelt Ave., section president. Leading national and international figures will address the convention including Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Jacob K. Javits of New York; Sargent Shriver, direc¬ tor of the Office of Economic Op¬ portunity; Harlan Cleveland, Assist¬ ant Secretary of'State for Interna¬ tional Organization Affairs; Francis T. P. Plimpton, U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations; Mrs. Joan Comay, wife of the Israeli Am¬ bassador to the U.N.; Whitney Young, Jr.. executive director of the National Urban League, and Miss Dorothy Height, president of ¦ the National Council of Negro Women. Senator Kennedy will present an NCJW John F. Kennedy memorial award to a person who has distin¬ guished himself in a field of par¬ ticular concern to the late Presi¬ dent. Mr. Shriver will keynote a major convention session on services to disadvantaged children and youth, a central part of the NCUW pro¬ gram. Senator Javits and Mr. Young will be panelists at another major session on civil rights. A dinner at the United Nations in celebration of International Co¬ operation Year wiU feature speeches by Secretary Cleveland and Am¬ bassador Plimpton. Mrs. Comay will speak at a luncheon dedicated to the Council's overseas programs for children and youth. More than 1000 delegates from all parts of the country are ex¬ pected at the five-day convention which will open Sunday night. March 28. with a keynote address by NCJW national President, Mrs. Joseph Willen of New York at Phil¬ harmonic Hall of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Nationally, the NCJW—world's oldest major Jewish women's or¬ ganization — sponsors more than 1,000 community services and a broad adult education and social action program, as well as support to education and welfare in Israel and Jewish communities abroad. The Columbus section is involved in the Golden Age Club, Colurnbus State School. Grant Hospital and the Columbus Children's Psychiatric I Hospital. Golden Gifts Ball Features Dore Schary and Rivka Raz An air of festivity will pervade the commiinity the weekend of March 27 when the Advanced Gifts Division of the United Jewish Fund and Council will hold its Golden Gifts Ball at Columbus Plaza. This a first time that men and women will celebrate together their spirit of giving toward local, na tional and overseas needs. Under the combined efforts of men's and women's committees, Dore Schary, well-known playright, producer and author will bring a stirring message to Columbus. Top leaders of the event include Mr. Abe Yenkin, president of Uni ted Jewish Fund and Council; Mr Edward Schlezinger, campaign chairman; and Mr. William Glick, chairman of Advanced Gifts. Mrs Raymond Kahn, chairman of the Women^s Division, along with Mrs MUton Friedman co-chairman, have had the able assistance of Mrs Troy Feibel and Mrs. Joseph Sum mer, chairman and co-chairman of the Golden Gifts Ball, and a large committee of assistants. Mr. Schary comes to Columbus, not as a specialist in the dramatic field, in which he has won world reknown, but as a man dedicated in the area of community relations. It is in this capacity that he will be the featured speaker at the Golden Gifts Ball. Mrs. Rivka Raz, who was a spec¬ tacular success in Israel as the "Eliza Doolittle" in the Hebrew version of "My Fair Lady," wUl Dore Schary M Mrs. Rivka Raz entertain guests at the Golden Gifts Ball. Mrs. R^ jumped from a position as second lieutenant in the Israeli Army into the starring role, having had very Uttle dramatic experience. Mrs. Raz sings some of the pop¬ ular songs from "My Fair Lady" as well as other hits in both Eng¬ Ush and Hebrew. She is at present making a limited tour of the United States. There wiil be dancing from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Teen Scene 5 Society (j^ 7 Shopping Guide 8 Synagogues 8 Real Estate ,. 9 Sports 9, 10.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-03-26|
|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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