Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-09-03, page 01
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„„„, - - ,- .-f^_ ,, 3l\\yy Serving Columbus, Dayton, Certtraf and Southwestern Ohio \ \—«'!(—• Vol. 43, No. 36 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1965 — 6 ELUL, 5725 UJFC Annual Dinner Set For October 3 The annual dinner meeting of United Jewish Fund and Council will be held Sunday. Oct. 3, at Winding Hollow Country Club. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. following a social hour beginning at 6 p.m. High school students are urged to accompany their parents to this affair, which will honor those who led the successful 1965 campaign and announce the leadership for the coming campaign. ABE I. YENKIN, president of U.J.F.C, has appointed as chairman of the planning committee for the affair Mrs. Aaron Zacks. Mrs. Zacks said the program will be Mrs. Aaron Zacks highlighted by awards to the di vision chairmen of the past cam paign, announcement of the 1965-66 division chairmen, announcement of the 1965 leadership award win¬ ner, presentation of a special fea ture entitled, "A Family Affair,' and an address by a nationally prominent speaker. A DOZEN COMMITTEES have been organized to arrange for the dinner and an interesting program. These committees include: RESERVATIONS-Mrs. WilUam Wasserstrom. chairman, Mrs. Myer Mellman, Mrs. Troy Feibel, Mrs, Academy Sets' Dinner Date Mr. Leon Schottenstein, president of the Columbus Torah Academy to¬ day announced November 21 as the date for the schools' Fifth Annual Scholarship Dinner. For the second year, the Sheraton Columbus will host the semi-formal affair which has become a highlight of the Columbus Jewish Community Calendar. PLANS FOR the evening include a Luxury Dinner, prepared by the Sheraton Columbus chefs under strict Kashruth supervisi9n through¬ out preparation and service. Key¬ note speaker for the festivities will be Rabbi Oscar Fasman. In addition to the annual dramatic presentation by Academy students entertainment will feature the "Ayalons," four of the funniest Israelis ever to arrive in the United States. SCHOTTENSTEIN said: "When Torah Academy was organized seven years ago, the founders de¬ cided that no parents desiring a true Torah education for their children would be denied this opportunity solely due to financial' considera¬ tions. Partial scholarships for these children combined with a greatly expanded" school program have placed increased importance on the support we receive from our friends in the community. We hope every¬ one will note the November 21 date and make plans to join us in this, important fund raising effort." General Chairmen for the affair ¦are Mr. and Mrs. Pearson Press and Mr. Richard Solove. Ticket Chairmen are Mrs. Morris Golden and Mrs. Maynard Goldmeier. ACCORDING TO the general chair¬ men, additional committee appoint¬ ments will be announced in the near future. Gold ticket Reserviitions are $100 per couple. Silver Ticket Heser- vationa are $50 per couple. William Glick, Mrs. Leon Schot¬ tenstein, Mrs. Morris Groner, Mrs. Morris Swedlow, Mrs. William .Schiff, Mrs. Hy Weinberg, Mrs. Marvin Glassman, Mrs. Ralph Rosenthal, MrS. Edward Schlezinger and Mrs. Arthur Westerman. SEATING—Mrs. Joseph Schecter, chairman, Mrs. Albert Blank, co- chairman, and Mrs. Leonard Was- .serstrom. TABLE AND DAIS DECORA¬ TIONS—Mrs Fred Yenkin, chair¬ man; Mrs. Ben Kahn, co-chairman, and Mrs. Millard Cummins. REGISTRATION — Mrs. Simon Lazarus, chairman; Mrs. Richard Abel and Mrs. Herbert Schiff' SPECIAL FEATURE - Mrs. Harry Schwartz, chairman; Mrs. Allen Gundersheimer, Jr. and Mrs. .'\rthur Loeb, Jr. ORGANIZATIONS — Mrs. Jack Resler, chairman; David Madison, Mrs. Abe Yenkin, Ernest Stern, Mrs. Stanley Schwartz, Jr., Mrs. Edwin Ellman and Mrs. Mark Fein¬ knopf, Jr. INVITATIONS—Mrs. Jule Mark, chairman; Mrs. George Levine, Mrs. Carl Mellman, Mrs. Louis Nemzer, Mrs. Bernard Yenkin, Mrs. Gernard Cohen, Mrs. Louis Krakoff, Helen Nutis and Mrs. Joseph Sum¬ mer. PUBLICITY^Howard Byer, chair¬ man. SPECIAL PHYSICAL ARRANGE¬ MENTS—Gerald Friedman, chair¬ man, and David Forman, co-chair¬ man. EXHIBITS—Mrs. Howard Schoen¬ baum and Mrs. Gordon Schiffman, co-chairmen; Gus Bowman, Jr., Edwin Ellman, Lawrence Schaffer, John Rosier and Mrs. Jack Wallick. HOSPITALITY — Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wolman, co-chairmen. MENU—Mrs. Milton Leeman and Mrs. David Goldsmith, co-chairmen. Martin'.s Kosher Food.s, 2992 E. Broad St., was the buyer of the Grand Champion market Iamb at tho Ohio State Fair. The price was a record $ 1.05 per pound. Pictured from loft to right, are: Michaol Squires, owner of tho larnl); Warren C. S(iuiros, Mike's father; Chuck Falter, Village P'acking Co.; ¦ Irvin Szames, Martin's Kosher Foods; cmd Dick Falter, Vil¬ lage Packing Co. Martin's Kosher Foods Buys Grand Champion Lamb At Fair The Grand Champion market lamb at the Ohio State Fair sold for a record price of $4.05 a pound Satur¬ day night. The buyer was Martin Godofsky of Martin's Kosher Foods, 2992 E. Broad St. The record price wa^ 55 cents per pound higher than the previous state fair record set in 1958. The prize winning animal, a Dorset, owned by Michael Squires ofChester- ville, weighed 102 pounds, bringing its owner a total of 413.10. THE GRAND CHAMPION of the Junior Fair, owned by Douglas Swinehart of Nevada, Ohio, sold fOr $2.10 a pound. ' '" _ The Reserve Champion lamb, owned by W. A. Haller of Buckrus, was sold to Presutti's Villa, Colum¬ bus, for $1.25 a pound. THE RESERVE CHAMPION of the Junior Fair, owned by Jon Brandt of Anna, went for a record $1,45 a pound to Provico Feeds, Watkins, Ohio. ' •¦¦¦'¦'"'7-3;iJc.' American h Idcalt THE ANNUAL RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK TO BE HELD AT BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE The three letters that have become the most often discussed letters in the Columbus Jewish community between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, R.E.W. (Religious Emphasis Week), will make their seventh consecutive appearance this year at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. The dates that have been selected are Wednesday, Sept. 29, and Sunday, Oct. 3, at 8:30 p.m. each night. For each of these evenings nationally prominent orators have been secured to deliver addresses Rabbi Norman Lamm of New York and Rabbi Isaac Swift of Engle- woodi N. J., in continuing the cus- The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reports LONDON (JTA) — President Johnson was reported by tho Washington correspondent of the Daily Telegraph as considering the possibility of helping to put Arthur J. Gold¬ berg into position to become the first Jewish President of the United States. The correspondent asserted that President Johnson would.like to break "the hoary tradition" that no Jew can hope to reach the Presidency. The correspondent I'cported that Mr. Goldberg is being considered by tho Presi¬ dent as a suitable replacement, as an. interim stepping stone to the Presidency bid, for Dean Rusk as Secretary of State. JERUSAIiEM (JTA) — A general strike of some 20,000 Israeli physicians, engineers and other professionals employ¬ ed in government and public enterprises, which had been scheduled for September 5, was averte<l. Representatives of the i)rofessionals and the Govrnment reach agreement on a schedule for the granting of salary adjustments on a par with administrative officials, Finance Minister Pinhus Sapir informed the Cabinet. TEI. AVIV (,ITA) — Tho Israel Government asked tho United Nations Israel-Lebanese Mixed Armistice commis¬ sion tn investigate a new raid by El Fatah terrorists, in which an irrigation pi'peline was blown up at Ramim, near tlje Lebanese border last week. \ TEIi AVIV (JTA) — The United Slates Embassy here issued a reminder'to persons in Israel holding both Israeli and American citizenship that they will lose the American citizenship if they vole in the forlhcoining municipal elec¬ tions in Israel. An Embassy spokesman noted that the Unit¬ ed Stales Immigration and Nationality Act provides that American citizens, "voting in & political election In u foreign state" will lose their American nationality. TEL AVIV (JTA) — Tho American contingent al the current IVJaccabluh competition here was far in the load this week wllh a total of 18 gold, 14 silver and eight bronze medals already won. Israel stood second wllh seven gold, eight silver and six bronze medals. tom of presenting only the finest of visiting Orthodo.x Rabbis. THE THEME for this year will be "Survival" (Of the Jew). Out of the experience gained from planning the past six annual Re¬ ligious Empha.sis Week programs, the advance planning committee consisting of Ihi-s year's chairman, Aaron Supowit, Rabbi David Stavsky and.Dr. Maynard Goldmeier, which first met before June 1, chose to bring back the two most popular speakers from among the nearly 40 rabbis who have appeared at the Beth Jacob Synagogue during the Ten Days of Penitence since 1959. ADDITIONAL FEATURES of the 1905 R.E.W. will be a . Teen-Age session on Thur.sday, Sept. 30, at 8 p.m., conducted by R^bbi Stavsky, and also a Kiddush and discussion of "T'Shuvah" following regular "Shabbo.'j T'Sliuvah" services on Oct. 2. Once again the Beth Jacob Syna¬ gogue with this program invites the entire Jewish community to be its guest during its annual contribution to Jewish culture and learning in Columbus. THE OPENING SESSION of R.E.W. is dedicated to the memory uf Gertrude Furman Levin, wife of many linies past president of the .synagogue, Lou Levin. The family and friends have es¬ tablished the Gertrude Furman LeVin Memorial as an everlasting tribute to her memory with this meaningful series of -lectures on i.ssues facing contemporary Juda¬ ism. Wolman To Receive The Xakin Award' The Sanford Lakin Award will be presented to Abe A. Wolman at the B'nai B'rith Centennial Program to be held on Suhday Evening. September 19. at 8:15 p.m.. Eastmoor High School Auditorium. The evening will include the Installation of officers and new members of Zion Lodge and will have as principal speaker Phillip Klutznick, Honorary President of B'nai B'rith. MR. WOLMAN was president of Zion Lodge in 1937, president of Agudas Achim 1942-1952, president of Heritage House and is Honorary Chairman of the Board for life. He is pa.st president of the Hillel Foundation, chairman of Bonds' for Israel, a member of Board of Trus tees of United Jewish Fund 1949- 1954, Columbus Jewish Center 1950- Abe A. Wolman 1954 and vice president of Columbus Hebrew School 1950-1954. ALSO, Mr. Wolman was president of Charity Newsies 1940-1941, and has been chairman of Social Service Committee at Ohio Penitentiary for 39 years. He is a incmber of East- gate Lodg'.: F&AM, Big Brothers and- Columbus Chamber of Com¬ merce. Abe Wolman is the owner of the Wolman Insurance Agency at 44 East Broad St., which he foundec) in 1923. He is married to the former Ivsther Schwartz and has two sons. Herbert and Benson. He is co-chair¬ man of General Agents Advisory Council of General American Life Insurance Co. of St. Louis. THE SELECTION of the recipient of the Sanford Lakin Award is made HEBREW SCHOOL TO BEGIN SEPT. 13 The Columbus Hebrew School Fall Term wiil begin lyionday, September 13, at the Jewish Center and at the Bexley Branch, 2767 E. Broad St. The Hebrew School office is ac¬ cepting registration in the begin¬ ners' clastei every day from 9am until 5 p.m. Daniel Harrison, princi pal of the Hebrew School is avail able at all limes to meelt with parents. BOYS AND GIRLS, seven through nine years old,'are eligible to en roll in the beginners' classes En rollment is not limited to beginners All students who were enrolled in the Hebrew School last year are automatically re-enrolled. Earlier in the week, cards were mailed to all pupils in the Hebrew School, advis ing them of their assigned trip and classroom. The Hebrew High School classes will al.so start Monday, September 13. The classes will meet twice a (continued on page A) by a special committee composed of four past presidents of Zion Lodge No. 62, B'nai B'rth and the cur¬ rent presidents of the lodge. The committee bases its selection on qualifications which must include distinguished and outstanding ser¬ vice to Zion Lodge as an active member of the District or Grand Lodge in some important capacity, or in some important District or Gr.md Lodge function. FAITHFUL, loyal and conscienti¬ ous service to Zion Lodge over a consecutive period of hot less than 25 years plus outstanding service to the Jewish Community as a whole or the city of Columbus a^ a public spirited citizen which re¬ flected credit upon the Jewish com¬ munity, are qualifications required ^ f the Award winner. Distinguished recipients of the Lakin Award in past years include: Sam Schlonsky, Sam Melton, Dr. Jerome Folkman. Charles Y. Laz¬ arus, Abe I. Yenkin, Rabbi Nathan Zelizer, I. W. Garek, Robert Weiler, Edward Schlezinger, Walter Katz, Leo Yassenoff, Dr. E. J. Gordon, Rabbi Harry Kaplan, Robert Levy, Allen Gundersheimer and Herbert Wise. THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY is cordially invited to attend this pro¬ gram, which will be a milestone in the history of B'nai B'rith in Co¬ lumbus. Columbus Girl Meets Israel's First Lady Four Ohio Junior Hadassah mem¬ bers were presented to Israel's First Lady, Mrs. Zalman Shazar, wife of president Shazar, as mem¬ bers of the Junior Hadassah group attending a summer-long institute in Israel. They were: Myra Mellman, 2890 E. Broad St., Columbus, who is a member of the Gan Dafna Group of Junior Hadassah; Lynn Kabakoff of Cincinnati; Joyce Buriek and Barbara Solmik of Dayton. THE GROUP was oriented in New York from June 26 to 29 before flying to Israel. In a welcome ad¬ dress at the President's House, Mrs. Shazar recalled her first visit to the United States and how impressed she had been wjth the work of Hadassah She stated that it served IS a pipeline of youth all over the Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Real Estate 3 Teen Sceive 4 SKopping Guide 8 Synagogues 8 Society • C, 7, Sports 10, 11 Myra Mellman World to aid Israel, technically and spiritually. HighUght of the trip was the group's participating in Junior Hadassah who have now settled in Israel. THE JUNIOR HADASSAH mem¬ bers returned August 17 stating that their kinship and knowledge with the land and people of Israel had deepended by their unforgettable experience. ?
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-09-03|
|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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