Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-06-11, page 01
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OMCLE 3f\Q^ Serving. Columbus, Dayton, fanfra and ^AR Vol. 43, No. 24 FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1965 — II SIVAN 5725 39 Devoted to American and Jawlih Idaali Dirksen Emphasizes Israel Bond Need Senator Everett M. Dirlcsen of Illinois. Minority Leader of I United States Senate, praised the State of Israel as a growing cer of freedom, and called for support of its economic development throi i I the Israel Bond drive. The Senate Minority Leader, who has visited Israel twice, described the progress which the country is achieving through the hard work and self-sacrifice of its people. "Here is a little country." he said, "growing, progressing, work¬ ing hard, long hours. I know this because I stayed with them in the cooperatives to find out day and night what they did with their time. "I am not talking by the book, I am talking from my own experi¬ ence. I can tell you that the prog¬ ress they are achieving costs money. "That is what happens to the money which you subscribe for Israel Bonds." Senator Dirksen spoke at a dinner in Washington. D. C. installing the Board of Governors of that city's Israeli Bond drive for the current year. The Illinois legislator deplored the hostility of the Arab states toward Israel and expressed the hope that tensions in the Middle East would decrease. "The people of the Republic of Israel," he declared, "are trying to articulate their destiny of freedom. They ask only to be left alone, to master and develop the resources that the Lord implanted there. Is that too much to ask for any people? "I studied the Negev of Israel, and I think I know something about it. The real need is water. "How that soil produces, how it blooms if only its thirst is slaked by water! The kiss of water even on desert soil makes it bloom as if it were the Promised Land before the gaze of Moses himself. But water takes money." Pointing out the importance of housing for Israel's growing popu¬ lation. Senator Dirksen noted the country now has 2,500.000 inhabi¬ tants, but expects to reach 3.000,000 within a few years. "You don't dump people out on the desert." he observed. "You don't dump them out under a starry sky. I know how cool it is at night there; I know what the sun can do in the daytime. I know there has to be shelter. But housing costs money." Senator Dirksen also stressed the need of expanding agricultural pro¬ duction and the exploitation of mineral resources, including oil. Ife called the work of Israel Bonds "blessed" in assuring.the economic future of Israel. r^ ?? The Columbus (.'huptcr of IlailasSoih honored its Life Members at a recent Patio Luncheon at the home of Mi-s. Julius Cohen, 1270 Brookwood PI. Pictured above with Mr. Jack Fullen are, from left: Mrs. Julius Cohen, Mrs. Sam Subow, Mrs. Morrey Cohen, Mrs. Martin Greenberg and Mrs. Ernest Simon. COLUMBUS CHAPTER OF HADASSAH HONORS LIFE MEMBERS AT A PATIO LUNCHEON Columbus Chapter of Hadassah honored its life members at a Patio Luncheon held recently. Mrs. Morrey Tarcov, chairman of the afternoon was assisted by Mrs. Jack Wallick and Mrs. Martin Greenberg, who stated: "Today we honor those among us who have affirmed an enduring covenant with our people and who gave a tan¬ gible expression of their devotion through life membership." A musicale presented by harpist Janice Kendel of Capital Univer¬ sity preceded a stimulating address by guest speaker. Mr. Jack Fullen, secretary of the Ohio State Univer¬ sity Alumni Association. Mrs. Ernest Simon and Mrs. Mar¬ tin Greenberg handled invitations. Hospitality, headed by chairman. Mrs. Sam Subow, included Mrs. Hilda Lessure, Mrs. Sam Paine. Mrs. lyouis Adelman, Mrs. Bernard Schottenstein. Mrs. Sam Eisen¬ stein, Mrs. Harry Goldstein. Mrs. Donald Cohen, Mrs. Sanford Lip¬ son, Mrs. Irving Seff and Mrs. Mauice Bleich. New Life Members welcomed into the group are Mrs. Melvin Rackoff. Mrs. Robert Paine. Mrs. Dora Abranis, Mrs. Harold Harris. Mrs. Frank Nutis, Mrs. Sam Princer, Mrs. Bernard Schottenstein, Mrs. Helen Kollus, Mrs. Hilda Lessurt;. Mrs. Martin Greenberg and Mrs. Leon Handler. The total Life Members in the Co¬ lumbus Chapter is 77. Chronicling The. News Editorial 2 Real Estate 5 Teen Scene 5 Society «, 7, « Shopping Guide 4 Synagogues 4 Sports , . 9, 10 Cantor Saul Melsels ORT To Bring Show Singers "Broadway By The Score", tarr¬ ing Cantor Saul Melsels and his group of Show Singers, will be presented by Women's American ORT Saturday evening, June 12, 9 p.m., at Bexley High School. "Broadway By The Score" Will be a gerformance of great shofti tunes and will include selections from the current Broadway hit "Fiddler On The Roof." Mrs. Marvin Frank, president of ORT, stated at a recent committee meeting that there has been an excellent response to the sale ot tickets in the general commuruty. Seats are reserved and there are still a few choice locations avail¬ able. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Leon Schottenstein and Mrs. Leon Silver¬ man and they will be happy to hold reservations through a telephone call at CL. 8-2383 or BE. 1-5174. Tickets are $3 each, and a block of 50 tickets may still be obtained at $2.75 each. After the performance a reception will be held honoring the cast and everyone in attendance is invited. Chairman of this reception is Mrs. Ralph Kehr, and assisting her will be Mrs. Robert Aronson, Mrs. Guillcrmo Acosta, Mrs. R. B. Chessin, Mrs. Stanford Glick, Mrs. David Glickman, Mrs. Leon Gross, and Mrs. Meyer Weisman. Proceeds of the show will go toward the School Building project that Women's American OR'T spon- .sors. ORT plans to double its num¬ ber of vocational high school stu¬ dents within liive years. New Schedule Being Announced By Hebrew School Beginning Monday, June 14, the Columbus Hebrew School's classes will be held in the morning. The schedule is as follows: The third trip classes which meet in the evening at 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. will meet from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The second trip classes which meet from 5:15 p m. to 6:30 p.m. will meet from 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. The first trip classes which were picked up at public school will meet from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bexley Branch — The classes in the Bexley Branch which meet from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. will meet from 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The first trip classes which meet from 3:45 p.m. to 5 p.m. will meet from 11:30 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. Bar Mitzvah instructions will be given, beginning at 8:15 a.m. The buses will pick up the chil¬ dren about one half hour prior to the beginning of classes. The last report card will be is¬ sued Thursday. June 17. The .school picnic will be held Friday. June 18, from 9:45 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Jewish Center play¬ ground. Registration continues for chil¬ dren in the beginners classes for the Fall Term, which will begin Sep¬ tember 13. Boys and girls seven years of age, arc eligible for en¬ rollment. Registration is not limited to beginners only. For information call Monday through Thursday, 9 to 12 p.m., BE. 1-7764. Convention To Be In Columbus History of Columbus Jewry and the role Zion Lodge, B'nai B'rith, played in helping Columbus develop into a metropolis will be revealed on Saturday evening, July 10. at the Centennial Celebration of Zion Lodge at the Columbus Plaza. The evening's celebration marks the tooth Anniversary of Zion Lodge and will be held as a special feature of the I13th annual meeting of Dis¬ trict II, Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Harold Eisenstein, director of Cultural Activities at the Jewish Center, is compiling'and directing the historical pageant. The first president of Zion Lodge in 1865 was Louis Kleeman. Succeeding presidents that organ¬ ized the early Columbus settlers into the cause of B'nai B'rith in¬ clude Joseph Gundersheimer (a great uncle of Allen Gundershei¬ mer) in 1886; Otto Nussbaum in 1867 and Simon Lazarus in 1873. Among the interesting notes in the history of the lodge is a mo¬ tion made by Mr. Lazarus on July 19, 1868, "to assemble all the Jewish women in Columbus, and organize a women's lodge." On April 3, 1934 a charter was granted to Zion Chapter! Dancing to the music of Johnny Rodgers and his 12 piece orchestra and a social hour will follow this presentation of historical highlights from Kleeman to Victor Goodman, recently elected president of Zion Lodge. Arrangements for Saturday eve¬ ning are in charge of Bernard K. Yenkin and Mrs. Morris Boster, General Program chairmen; Sol Zeldin, Mrs. Herbert Urell and Mrs. Richard Lieberman, Cen¬ tennial chairmen, and Abe A. Wol¬ man. chairman of hosts and hos¬ tesses for Saturday evening. Members of the Columbus com¬ munity are cordially invited to at¬ tend this evening celebration. Tickets, at $2.50 per person, for the Centennial Celebration and Dance may be obtained by contact¬ ing Victor Goodman at 237-5682 or at the B'nai B'rith Office. 231-6221. Rabbi S. Arnold To Leave Temple Israel Rabbi Stephen A. Arnold Rabbi Stephen A. Arnold, Assist¬ ant Rabbi of Temple Israel, 5419 E. Broad St., has accepted the call of Temple Emanu-El, Wichita, Kan¬ sas. He will leave Columbus to take up his duties in his new post on July 1. In his four years as Assistant Rabbi of Temple Israel, Rabbi Arnold served as Chairman ot the. Clerygman's Advisory Committee of Columbus Planned Parenthood, a member of the Board of &)lum- bus Fellowship, the Columbus He¬ brew School, and the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at The Ohio State University. He has also been a member of the Jewish Center Adult Lecture Series Committee, the Religious Resources Committee of the Colum¬ bus Urban League and the U.S.O. Committee, Community Relations Committee. United Jewish Fund and Council, and Advisor to the Cols.-Franklin Cty. Motion Picture Council. He is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the National Council on Family Re¬ lations. He also serves as an Alumni Representative of Beloit College for the Central Ohio area. He was graduated from Beloit College in 1954. In 1959, he received the degree of Bachelor of Hebrew Letters at the Hebrew Union College, Cincirinati, and was ordained in 1961. The fol¬ lowing year he received the earned degree of Master of Arts in Hebrew Letters. Rabbi and Mrs. Arnold have a daughter. Leah Naomi, and a son, Benjamin Hillel, both born in Co¬ lumbus. LOCAL WOMEN TO AHEND BRAMOEIS WOMEN'S COMMITTEE CONFERENCE Four Columbus-area women will attend the 17th Annual Conference of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, beginning on Sunday. June 13 and cor^^uing through Tuesday. June 15, at Waltham, Mass. Mrs. M. J. Papurt. newly-installed president of the Columbus Chap¬ ter, will head the delegation, which will also include Mrs. Stanley Marcel Levion ot Corning. Wasserstrom, Ohio. vice president, and Mrs. Mrs. Lionel Golub Mizrachi Women Hold Mothers' Day Luncheon Mrs. Lionel Golub. former Na¬ tional President of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, will be the guest speaker at the annual Mother-Daugliter Luncheon given by the Columbus Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Tuesday. June 15 at 12:30 p.m. at the Jewish Center. Mrs. David Raikin, President of the local chapter, has announced, that Mrs. Cy Tanenbaum will be chairman for the luncheon meeting, which will feature a musical pro¬ gram, in addition to the guest speaker from New York. Mother-ln-Israel Charms will also be awarded to members of the chapter who have earned them by contributing or raising required funds for the support of the many institutions in Israel maintained by the NaUonal organization. For transportation to the Lunch¬ eon meeting on Tuesday, call Mrs. Raikin at 231-2837, or Mrs. Schot¬ tenstein at 231:2642. The community is invited to at¬ tend, to hear Mrs. Golub. and to honor the women who have earned I their Mother-in-Israel awards. Mrs. William Wa.sserstrom. spe¬ cial representative to the National Board, will also attend. Prior to the opening of the con¬ ference, delegates will have an op¬ portunity to be present at the dedi¬ cation of the magnificent new Spingold Theatre Arts Center, to preview the Exhibition of the Spingold Art Collection, and the dedication banquet which will honor Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fonanne. They will also be guests of the University at the Commencement Banquet on Saturday night at the Sheraton-Boston Hotel, when the recipients of honorary degrees for distinction in the performing arts will be introduced and will speak informally. The 1965 degrees will be con¬ ferred on the following: Brooks At¬ kinson. George Balanchine. Lynn Fontanne, John Ford. Sir John Giel¬ gud, William Schuman, Lillian Hell- man. Alfred Lunt, Allardyce Nicoll, Richard Rodgers, Roger Huntingon Sessions and Samuel L. Slosberg. On Sunday the delegates will at¬ tend the Commencement Exercises of Brandeis University, at which the speaker will be William Howard Schuman, distinguished composer, president of Julliard School of Mus¬ ic until his appointment as presi¬ dent of tlic Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Mrs|. Schuman, winner of numer¬ ous awards and prizes, was awarded the first Pulitzer Prize for Music in 1943. and the First Brandeis Creative Arts Award in Music in 1957. "Greater Needs, Greater Deeds," is the theme for the 17th Annual Conference of the National Women's Committee, which will begin on Sunday afternoon. The adoption of the largest library budget in the University's history will be one of the major topics under consideration at the sessions. The National Women's Committee is pledged to the com¬ plete support and maintenance of tlie Brandeis University Library. Mrs. Jacob C. Feldman of New¬ ton, Mass. is conference chairman. Mrs. Leon Margolis is national president. Any member of the local Chapter who will be in the Boston area during the period of the Conference is cordially invited to visit the campus at Waltham. and to attend sessions of the conference. Mrs. Jaseph Schecter Mrs. J. Schecter Is District Chairman Mrs. Joseph Schecter. together with Mrs. Martin Gluchow of Steu- benville, is serving as District Chairman for the B'nai B'rith Dis¬ trict No. 2 Convention. The convention is to be held in Columbus at the Columbus Plaza from July 10 through 14. The Centennial Celebration of Zion l^dge will be held on July 10, and is open to the public.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-06-11|
|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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