Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-10-07, page 01
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»»!!Wje«wji5T'a«5SSiam'ms«(sa^Sf^^ i4s»4iiMii^i«saa3sa:Kffla^^ Mh:.,) ¦ '¦''¦ 'Wi 2]|\\iy SerymgColurwbus. Dayton. Central and Southwestern Ohio wyj Vol. 44, No. 41 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1966 — 23 T(SHREI 57^7 oih6 01 enaHOi^/O M4«l AV 4S HOlH M Scheduled Sunday Governor James A. Rhodes, the Oilef Executive of the State of Ohio, and Mayor Maynard Sensenbrenner will participate In groundbreaking! cerenibriles for the new Befnj Jacob; Synagogue this Sunday, oitober 9, at 1 p.ni. at 1223 College Ave. Governor Rhodes, Virhose long association with the Jewish com¬ mimity is well known hand appreciated by all, as well as Mayor Sensenbrenner, who has warm and strong feelings for spiritual realities, will lead in ithe cere^ monies for the day. The distln- Alan Abel Abel To Speak Zion Zion Lodge of B'nai b'rith will formally histall its new officers and present the Sanford I. LaWn Award at Agudas Achim Syna¬ gogue at-6:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 9. The featured speaker for the event will be Alan Abel, > nationally known humorist and author. The new president of Zion Lodge is A. C. Strip. Strip Is a member of the Columbus Ohio State and American Bar Asso¬ ciations and heads Columbus Bar Association committees on Com¬ munity Affairs, Public Relations and JLegaJ Aid. He is also a mem¬ ber of the Columbus Association of Plaintiff Trial Attorneys, The American Trial Lawyers Asso¬ ciation and the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers. In addition. Strip serves as an Ohio National Guard officer. THE KEOBPIENT of the La¬ kin Award this year will be Allan Tarshish. This honor is confer¬ red annually on a man who. In addition to having faithfully served Zion Lodge for a least 25, consecutive years, has ren¬ dered outstanding service to the Jewish Community or to Colum¬ bus in such a way as to reflect credit upon the Jewish Commu¬ nity. Tarshish Is such a man. He has loyally served Zion Lodge for 39 years and is a past president of the Lodge. Tarshish is also a past president of B'nai B'rith District No. 2, a Board member of Temple Israel and the OSU Hillel Foundation and has served as president of the YMCA Busi¬ ness Men's Club. THIB SFBAHXJB, Alan Abel, Is probably best known for his cam¬ paign to see that animals are "properly" clothed. Though his campaign was promoted as a spoof, when he spoke on the sub¬ ject, he found that people be- lieved him. He, has set down his experiences while advancing his cause In a book entitled, "The Great American Hoax." His "Society for Indecency to Naked Animals" (SINA) was de¬ signed to show how far a crack- pot Idea With massive publicity could be carried and how gulli¬ ble rthe American public Is. Abel Is ejqietced to have another novel cause to espouse when he speaks at^^on Lodge's Sunday Installation. guished Rabbis of the conunu¬ nlty. Rabbi/ Nathan Zellzer, Dr. Jerome Follkman, Rabbi Samuel Rubenstein and Rabbi Julius Baker, representing thehr respec¬ tive synagogues will i>artlcipate in the program. AI.VDf SHAMES, president of the synagogue and chairman ior the.eventi said that a color guard from the Jewish War Veteran's Capital Post will present the flags and that the students of the Beth Jacob Religious School, under the direction of Cantor Herman Blonder, vyill sing an ap¬ propriate song. Julius Cohen, chairman of the Beth Jacob BuUding Committee, will extend greetings. Mrs. Wil¬ liam Bless wUl represent the Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Marshall Schecter will represent the Youth Group and Jeffrey Shames, who is the fourth con¬ secutive generation In the syna¬ gogue, will represent the "Chil¬ dren of Tohiorow." HIOHUOHXINO the program will be the presentation of shov¬ els by Rabbi StfiLvsky to the pres¬ idents' of¦ the'iJynagDgue;" Joe" Swartz, Moris Welnstock, Louis M.. Levin, Dr. Charles Young, and Alvin Shames, who will thdn break the ground. The main address wUl be de¬ Uvered by Victor Geller of the Community Service Division of Yeshiva University. The entire community is invited to attend this event. Honor For Speaker At The UJFG Dinner It was revealed this week that Gerald ,M. Friedman would be [ - ". " ¦^'" the recipient of the Therese Stem Kahn Memorial Leadership i Award at the UJFC Annual Meeting October 23, and that Edwin I Wolf Hi noted scholar and Intelligence gatherer, would be the fea- j tured speaker at the Winding HoUow Affair. Presentation otthe Kahn. award, a grant to cover expenses for the recipient to attend the annual four-day General Assembly of the CouncU of Jewish Federa- '-h >-2 Dr. Zvl Ankori MarON PROFESSOR TO OPEN FORUM Dr. Zvl Ankori, newly-appoint¬ ed Professor of Jewish history and studies at Ohio State under the Chair established by Samuel and Esther Melton, wUl open the HlUel Forum Series for the faU iQuarter on Sunday, October 9, at 8 p.m. He wUl speak on "Con¬ temporary Research in Jewish History."' ^ Dr. Ankori Is a member of the Faculty at the Hebrew Univer¬ sity In Jerusalem, and has taught at Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is recognized an an authority on the Karaites, and has written ex¬ tensively on this and other sub¬ jects in the field of Jewish his¬ tory. .»qjHIS WIIX BE Dr. Ankori's first lecture In Columbua. He will also speak under the auspices, of the History Department, O.S.y., at a public lectuke to be held at ^e Law auditorium on "niifrsday, Octobier 13, at 8 pjn. Dave Levinson Class Is Named For Levinson The- Honors Committee of Temple Israel has chosen Dave Levhison to have the New Mem¬ bers Class of 1966 named hi his honor. Levinson has been a mem¬ ber of Temple Israel for more than 50 years. He was bom in Russia in 1886 and came to the United States ih 1902. He worked In retail stores evgc since. He owned a store in^olumbus in 1910 and thereafter enlarged hlsr Activities so that he had stores lit Ohio. His store.: in ,i'ljahcaster ,was owned arid- opercttedliw^l»invi4& 3»atti ;ij ta, were merried In 1916. He has two daughters, three grandchil¬ dren and two great-grandchU- dren. Levinson is proud of hav¬ ing been an usher at the Temple for 45 years. About five years ago he was made an Honorary Usher for life. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the United Jew¬ ish Fund and has been responsi¬ ble for the Hocking Valley Soli¬ citation pf the United Jewish Ap¬ peal for many yebrs. He Is also a member of the Board of Trus¬ tees of Heritage House and serves on Its Religious (^ramlK tee. He holds membership in the Agudas Achim Congregation and the Lancaster Synagogue. This is^S^ahner year for Dave Lev¬ inson — it includes the celebra¬ tion of his fiftieth wedding annl- versary and his eightieth birth¬ day. UPON HEABINO of Dave Levlnson's honor, Sol Zell, presi¬ dent of Heritage House wrote: "We at Heritage House take par¬ ticular pride In this honor be¬ cause of your Interest and work in behalf of our home. As a mem¬ ber of our Collections Committee and also as a member of our Re¬ Ugious Committee, you have made a real contribution in the grovt^h and development of the home." Levinson has given many hours of shioere devoted work on be¬ half of the campaign for Bonds for Israel, and has served as a member of the Executive Board of that organization. Among his many other achievements are his outstanding service to the Big Brothers Association, an honor¬ ary Kentucky Colonel, an hon orary meniber of B'nal B'rith— having been a member for more than fifty years. He has also been a member of Winding Hoi low for many years. tions and Welfare Funds, wUl be made at the eighth annual din¬ ner meeting of United Jewish Fund and CouncU October 23 at Winding Hollowr Country Club. FRIEDMAN has been an ac¬ tive young feeder for UJFC. He began as a Mac- cabbee and rose to the chairman¬ ship of the Young Men's Division hi 1965. In the 1966 campaign he served as chair¬ man of the Young Men's executive coriunlttee. For thS 1967 cam¬ paign Friedman will serve as chairman of the insurance section of the Trades and Professions Division. He has served as a member of the executive and budget com- Frledman Kruger Named BcmdChairma^ It was revealed this week that Norbert Kruger was named cheUrman of the Israel Bonds Ti¬ fereth Israel Tribute Dinner for Joseph F. Kass. It was also dis¬ closed that Dr. B. W. Abramson would be co-chairman for the dhiner. The tribute dinner to Joseph Kass will take place in the So¬ cial Hall of Congregation Tifer¬ eth Israel on Sunday, October 30, beginning at 6:30 pjn. Kru¬ ger stated that he expects a large turnout for this year's din¬ ner. IN ACCEPTING the nomlna- ^;ion Kruger stated that "this year Israel is celebrating two mUestones in its history. The first is the "Year of Chal" or 18th anniversary of its independence. The second is the 15th anniver¬ sary of the founding of the IS' rael Bond Organization. "The two events are closely linked together. For there could not truly be a celebration of the 18th year of Israel as "The Year of Life," without the vital re- sources which have been pro vided by the Israel Bond pro¬ gram for the country's economic development during the past 15 years," he said. Chronicling The News Ediiorial Society Shopping Guide . Synagogues Sports ...";';. Teen Scene .... '¦' 2 .. 12 ..6,7 ... 8 ... 8 9, 10 .%¦. ¦ 5 ¦ mittees of UJFC and as a mem¬ ber of the planning committee for the annual dinner meeting. THE KAHN AWARD, first given In 1960, is presented an- nuaUy to reward exceptional ser¬ vice to UJFC by young men and women between the ages of 25 and 35. Previous winners were Bernard K. Yenkhi, Mrs. Carl Mellman, Lawrence D. Shaffer, Mrs. Leonard Wasserstrom, Gor¬ don B. Zacks, Edwin Ellman and Marvin Glassman. WoU To Speak It was also disclosed that a man combining the zeal of a scholar with the temperament of a military intelligence gatherer viill address the annual dinner meethig of United Jewish Fund and CouncU. v EDWIN WOLF n, president of the BibUographical Society of America, will speak to the eighth annual dinner meeting. A Ubrarian by profession, Wolf is Ubrarian of the Library Com¬ pany of PhUadelphia, established in 1731 by Benjamin Franklin and the oldest subscription li¬ brary in the United States." He Is chairman of the rare book section of the Association of CoUege and Research Libraries. WOLF IS representative of a new type of Jevrish communal leader who is active as a pro¬ fessional, as a scholar and as a leader in Jewish pliUanthropic causes. He is a Guggenheim Fellow, a research associate of Wlnter- thiu: Museum and a Rosenbach Fellow at the Unlyersity of Penn¬ sylvania. He has'' served as past president of the National Foun- Edwin WoU datlon for Jewish Culture and the Jewish PubUcations Society. He currently serves on the exec¬ utive councU of the American Jewish Historical Society. WOLF IS A past president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and is an honorary vice president of the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew As¬ sociations of PhUadelphia. He has addressed the General Assem¬ bly of Jevrish Federations' and -Welfare-"Funds,— .the-''!bien«lal ¦ meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board and annual meet- higs of Jewish Welfare Federa¬ tions. Dining World War II, Mr. Wolf gahied a wealth of exper¬ ience in gathering miUtary intel- Ugence. He was with the U. S. MUItary InteUlgence, French Mil¬ itary Intelligence and the Coun¬ ter Intelligence Corps in Ger¬ many. THB DINNER meethig wUl begin at 6 p.m. Dietary laws wUl be observed. The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reporh Groups To Begin Organization Work For 'Blood Day' Mrs. Martin Polster, president of tlie Jewish Community Blood Donor CouncU, has asked presi¬ dents of all member organiza¬ tions of the CouncU of Organiza¬ tions to name Blood.Donor chair¬ men to represent them in the planning and work for the An¬ nual "B" Day Campaign on Wed¬ nesday, November 16, at the Jewish Center. In a letter addressed to the presidents, Mrs. Polster; stressed the hnportance ot the Blood Don¬ or CouncU to the entire com¬ munity, hi makhig certain that free blood, whenever and wher¬ ever It Is needled, vrill be avaU¬ able. Because of the Council and its twIce-a-year effort, the ar¬ rangement with the Franklin County Red Cross can be main¬ tained only with the cooperation of all the member, organizations represented on the CouncU. tiffAIRMEN from these groups heed committees of >^orkers who (ccinHnutd on ptga 4) SDE BOKOR, (JTA) — Thousands of persons con¬ verged Sunday on this isolated kibbutz In the Negev to pay homage to former Prime Minister David Ben^Gurlon. The event was the first of several celebrations in various parts of the country marking the 80th birth of the man who headed Israel's Government for 15 of the 18 years since the rebirth of the State. Ji:RUSAIiS:M, (JTA) — Prime Minister Levi Bshicol plans to visit the United States and Western Europe early next year for discussions with government leaders and to renew contacts with Jewish communities, according to a report here In Yedlot Ahronot, an' afternoon dally news¬ paper. The paper said that the Premier.wlU leave either next January or February for a two-week visit to France, Britain and the United States, with a possibility that he might also confer with West German ChanceUor Ludwlg Erhard. ALBANY, N.Y., (JTA) — Governor Nelson A Rocke¬ feller has proclaimed October^ 1966, as Jevidsh War Vet¬ erans Month In New York State. In the proclamation, the Governor said "the Jevirlsh War Veterans have continuously inade great contributions for the good and welfare of our State. These contributions merit wide appreciation." UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., (JTA) — The Palestine Con- clUatlon Conunlsslon, which was Instructed in a resolution adopted by the General Assembly, last year tp press,for Implementation of a clause In an old 1948 resolution. Inter¬ preted by the Arab states as calling for Israeli adn)(Ission of the Arab refugees, reported that now Is not the right time for Initiating any new political endeavors toward settlement of "the PalesHlie Question." LONDON, (JTA) — 1'he Soviet Union was reported'for the first time today to have a powerful, permanent fleet in the Mediterranean Sea, operating In the hrea of the Am^-, can Sixth Fleet and ba^ed In Egyptian ports. The Sunday Telegraph,, disclosing the presence of the Soviet vessela,i»j Medlterraniean,:waters, reported that the fleet Include^, cruisers arid destroyers amoied,with guided missiles, aql^-' marines, electronlq;. Intelligence trawlers and support sblp9.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-10-07|
|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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