Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-10-22, page 01
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IS nrU/ Serving Columbus, Dayton, Centraf and Southwestern Ohio V V .V^ IIJIH,' VoL 43. No. 43 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1965 — 26 TISHREI, 5726 on Davoftd to Ain»r!e«n "" and Jswiih Idaali Zacks Is Named M.C. Of 'Academy' Dinner Leon Schottenstein, president of CTA, announced .Barry Zacks, vice-president of the R. G. "JEWS ARE once again proud of being Jews because of the renewed basic understanding of the princi- Barry Corp., to be Master of pies of Judaism, the same princi- Ceremonies for the Fifth Annual pics found in every facet of Torah Torah Academy Scholarship Dinner. The semi-formal event will be held on November 21 at the Sheraton- Columbus. Zacks is a promineht member of B'nai B'rith and United Jewish Fund and Council. Speaking of his interest in the Jewish Day School movement in the U.S. and particu¬ larly in Columbus, Zacks said: "The Columbus Torah Academy is Symbolic of the re-emergence of Jewish education in the United States. American Jewish children are re-discovering their ageless heritage through this type of Jewish education. They no longer feel the desire to hide behind a facade which makes them indistinguishable from their non-Jewish environment. Academy's curriculum.' Chen Charm Heads Named Mrs. Joseph L. Schwartz and Mrs. Martin R. Godofsky have been named co-chairmen of the 1965-1966 Israel Bonds Women's Chen Charm Committee. In accepting their nominations, the co-chairmen felt that this has been a banner year for Israel Bonds. For the first time since the inception of the Bond Drive in Co¬ lumbus, the Israel Bond can^paign has well exceeded the $250,000 mark. With this amount of money pledged, the Chen Charm Com mittee will have a great deal of follow-up work to do. • WOMEN RECEIVE one charm for every $2,500 that they collect. There are twelve charms on the bracelet, representing the twelve tribes of Israel, and many women here in Columbus have already earned their charms and are now on their way towards earning their Woman of Valor award, given to those ladies who collect $100,000. Barry Zacks The Dinner program will feature a student dramatic presentation in Hebrew and English, an address by noted Jewish educator. Rabbi Oscar Fasman, and light entertain¬ ment by the "Ayalon," an Israeli musical comedy group. SEATING WILL be by reserva¬ tion cfnly. Gold Ticket Reservations are $100 pec couple. Silver Ticket Reservations are $50 per couple. For information call the school office. 237-3502. Woman of Valor Charm The Chen Charm Committee will meet for lunch on Wednesday, October 27, at noon, at the Israel Bond office, 2691 E. Main St. ALL WOMEN interested in ac¬ quiring a set of these beautiful charms will be heartily welcome at the luncheon. Please call 237- 0341. Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Shopping Guide ...;,. 8 Synagogue? 8 Society . 5,6,7 Sports 9,10 Twjn Scene . 12 Real Estate 12 Glick To Head U.J.RC. Drive Abe I. Yenkin, president of the United Jewish Fund and Council, announced the appointment of Wil¬ liam L. Glick as General Cam¬ paign Chairman for the 1966 UJFC campaign. ¦Mr. Glick comes to the office with a great deal of experience jn campaigning. In 1965 he served as chairman of the Advance Gifts Division which raised on a card for card basis $30,212 more than in 1964. He has also servca as an associate chairman of Advance Gifts Divi¬ sion and is a member of the Cam¬ paign Cabinet. SOME OF MR. CLICK'S activi¬ ties with the United Jewish Fund and Council and its affiliated agen¬ cies include; serving as a member of the UJFC Board of Trustees, a member of the UJFC Health and Welfare Allocations Committee, a member of the Jewish Family Ser¬ vice Board, a past treasurer of Jewish Family Service and a mem¬ ber of the Jewish Family Service finance committee. Mr: Ghck, his wife Sally and Children, Ruth Ann, Nancy Lee and Jo Ann are affiliated wth Temple Israel. The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reporh ROME (JTA)—The fourth session of the Ecumenical Council approved its much-discussed and much-amended declaration on Catholic-Jewish relations amid widespread debate as to whether the amendments had strengthened or weakened it. The vote for approval was 1,763 to 250. UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (JTA)—The head of tho United Nations agency which provides aid to the Arab refugees told a General Assembly committee here that the "host governments" of those areas—fcgypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon—will not cooperate in efforts to rid the relief rolls of fraudulent claimants unless certain terms are met by the agency. JERUSAI/EM, (JTA)—Israel's population passed the 2,500,000 mark this summer, according to official statistics released here. The figures showed an August 1 population of 2,567,000 of which 2,273,000 are Jews with the remainder mostly Arabs. UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The Soviet Union called formally upon the United Nations to condemn Zionism, along with anti-Semitism, Nazism and neo-Nazism as a policy of "colonialism and race hatred." The step was taken in the.gen¬ eral Assembly's Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Com¬ mittee where a draft convention was debated calling for tho elimination of all forms of racial discrimination. Jewish Agency Official To Speak At Banquet Ad workers for the Capitol Ladies Auxiliary, No. 122, .IWVA, 20th Annual Donor Luncheon rocipc-year book, seated from the loft, are: Mrs. Sanford I'^ishman, Mrs. AUaii Siegel, chairman, Mrs. Herman .Jacobs, and Mr.s. Goldie Goldman. Standing from the left: Mrs. Hattie Stotelman, Mrs. cielia Katz, Mrs, Sarah Kishcr, Mrs. Harry Caraway, Mrs. Frieda Raikin, Mrs. Hilda Lessure, president, Mis.s Bertha Dulsky, and Mrs, Jack Franklin. J.W.V, Ladies Auxiliary Plans Annual Luncheon ¦ Capitol Ladies Auxiliary, No. 122, Jewish War Veterans, has com¬ pleted its work for the 20th Annual Donor Luncheon to be held on Tuesday, November 2, at noon at Ilonka's Provincial House, 4040 E. Broad St. The donor program ad book, which will al.so contain favorite recipes submitted by members, will be presented to advertisers, sponsors, and to patrons at the luncheon affair. Recipes have been compiled through the efforts of -Mrs. Hattie Stetel Herbert L. Solomon, president of the Columbus Hebrew School, announces that Dr. Samuel M. Blumenfield, director of Education and Culture of the Jewish Agency New York, will be the principal speaker at the banquet to be held Sunday, October 31, The dinner will take place at the Agudas Achim Social Hall, 6:30 p.m. The banquet is arranged on the occasion of the nineteenth Wlllllam L. Gllck V. Or. Samuel M. Blumenfield Annual Conference of the Midwest Region, National Council for Jewish Education. JEWISH EDUCATORS represent¬ ing about twenty communities in the Midwest will attend this con ference, with headquarters at the Pick-Fort Hayes Hotel. Registra¬ tion is scheduled to begin at the hotel Sunday, October 31, at 1:30" p.m. The first session will begin at 2:30. Sessions will also be held Mon¬ day, November 1, beginning at 9 a.m. Members of the Regional PTA 'Council, representing Hebrew School PTA's in the Midwest, will aho meet at the saijie time at the Pick-Fort Hayes Hotel. Mrs. Her¬ bert L. Solomon is- in charge of reservations for the banquet. For reservations please call CL. 3-3448. Dr. Blumenfield is a past presi¬ dent of the N.itional Council for Jewish Education, served as presi¬ dent of the Chicago Board of Jewish Education, headed the col¬ lege of Jewish studies and was pro¬ fessor of Education and Jewish Social Studies, Lecturer at the Uni¬ versity of Chicago: Consultant, World Jewish Education Assembly, Jerusalem. He has written exten¬ sively and contributed to many periodicals. MIZRAGHI'S HONORMY PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT BIRTHDAY DONOR DINNER Mrs. Moses Dyckman, honorary, national president of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, will be the guest speaker at the Birthday Donor Dinner of the Co¬ lumbus Chapter on Sunday, Octo¬ ber 24, at 6 p.m. at the Beth Jacob Social Hall. Mrs. Dyckman served at the na¬ tional level of Mizradhi Women for many years, as President, Vice President, and Secretary. She is currently national fund-raising chairman, and chairman of the steering committee of the Mizrachi Women's MilliQn Dollar Club. MRS DYCKMAN visits Israel frequently and maintains a second home in a suburb of Jerusalem. During her frequent visits, she has represented Mizrachi Women at World Zionist meetings and others. Her leadership role in the women's religious Zionist move¬ ment is supplemented by activity in many community organisations in New York pity. Mrs. Freda Raikin. president of the local chapter, invites all fr'ends Mrs. Moses Dyckman and members of Mizrachi to attend the Birthday Dinner, to enjoy a fine meal, and to hear the message of Mrs. Dyckman about the work of Mizrachi Women in Israel. THE OPENING prayer will be given by Mrs. Harry Mathless. Mrs. Samuel W. Rubenstein will preside as -Toastmistress for the program. man. ADMISSION to the luncheon is by donor pledge and reservation ticket of $8.50. Out-of-town guests and non-members are welcomed at $5 tickets. Payment may be by cash, trading stamp books (valued at $2 each), ad work, or any com¬ bination of these. Contributions to the Remembrance Fund will be credited towards the donor pledge. Certificates may be obtained by contacting Miss Bertha Dulsky, CL. 2-2812. Payments may be mailed to Mrs. Fred Adler, 2725 Scottswood Rd. Reservations may be secured by contacting Mrs. San¬ ford Fishman, pledge chairman, BE. 5-3094, or Mrs. Allan Siegel, donor chairman, BE. 5-2448. A 20TH ANNIVERSARY china theme will be featured by decora¬ tion chairman, Mrs. Harry Cown, throughout the luncheon event. Publicity has been handled by Mrs. Max Trager. Highlights of the luncheon will include, a Fall and Winter Style Show by Northland Sears, a grand door prize, many ticket prizes, as well as planned entertainment. MRS. ALLAN SIEGEL, donor chairman, urges all members to give their donor pledge when called as a guarantee that the many philanthropies and activity pro¬ grams of local, stalewide, and na¬ tionwide .services dedicated to assist, uplift, and further the benefits of the veteran will be continued. All prepaid pledges will be eli¬ gible for the prize drawings. Barbara McNair Morty Gunty Two Entertainers To Perform At B'nai B'rith Menorah Ball "Beautiful . . . dynamic . . . talented" are but a few of the ad¬ jectives that have been used to des¬ cribe Barbara McNair, who will be one of the headliners for the Mpnorah Ball this year. 'Tho.se who watch Ed Sullivan, Mike Douglas and the Johnny Car¬ son Tonight Show know this singer possesses a voice and a per¬ sonality good enough to earn her the lead in the Broadway hit musical, "No Strings." B'NAI B'RITH will have a second personality on the bill. The second star on the Menorah Ball bill will be the young come¬ dian whose "high octane " wit and clowning earned him the plaudits of audiences at the Copacabana, N.J.: Fountainbleau, Miami Beach: El Rancho.Las Vi^as. Morty Gunty has appeared with Ed Sullivan, Jack Paar and Uie Tcnight Show. He is new, fresh and combines the best of Jerry Lewis, Danny Thomas and Danny Kaye in a style uniquely -his own. THE MARTINIQUE (formerly Tommy 11 e n r i c h 's) will serve prime rib of beef dinners at 7 p.m. on N o V e rn b e r 7. Those who attended the 1964 affair can attest to the cuisine and the floor show. There will be continuous dancing throughout tho evening. B'nai B'rith offers you all these features and the knowledge that your subscription to the Ball will continue to assist the sick, the needy, .the student in need of counselling and financial aid, the youngsters who are emotionally disturbed and many other worth¬ while philanthropies carried on by the largest Jewish Service Organi¬ zation in the world. REMEMBER the date . . Sun¬ day, Nov 7. Make your r(fierva- tion today.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-10-22|
|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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