Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1968-10-10, page 01
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q.-.oipq.s ii5?T:ir 'ff SiqI oos 'BTH OTTO '^-eJcqTI OHIO ZJ[\\//Serving Columbus, *^Cen,tral" and Southwestern OHirX^AR Vol. 46, No. 42 vT THURSDAY. OCtpBER 10,1968- ISTtSHREI ImtlitatafihB- AnnualAuxiliar^ < Meeting Sunday The AnnualElectlonMeet- hif! and Succoth Tea tor inembers of Heritage House AuxUIary "Wfll take place on Sunday, Oct 13, at li30 at the Home, U51 CoUege Ave. Mrs. Leon Schottenstebi, president ofthe auxUlary has appobtted Mrs. Ben Kahn chabrman ot this annual event. Asslstipg Mrs. Kabn are Mrs. Michael Abrams, co- chabrman, Mrs. vHy Stone and Mrs. Dan Stone, bospl- Library To Be Honored , on Friday, Oct. 11, the Minnie Cobey Memorial U-< -. brary wUlbe honored during Sabbath Services tor itsout- standbig contribuUon to the Congregation' and the com¬ munity. ItabU ZeUzer will \ speak on "Study - Trait of a Good Jew." Tbe MbmleCobeyMemor- lal Library is open to the ,. general public and is listed' ¦^ . . with"'universities and high' It'.'. ¦¦¦ > sehools throughout the area. .ItIsutiIliEedbyUymen,tea- . chers, theologians and stu¬ dents of JewlsbHlstoiy otall faiths. Permanently e n d ow e d by the late Harry CobeyandMs' family hi loidng memory of thebr wife aiid mother, Mbi- nle Cobey, the Cobey and Melton famUles maintain the Mbmle Cobey Memorial Li¬ brary Foundation hi order to assure the procurement 'of additioial books. Mem¬ bers and firiends ot Congre- - gation Tifereth Israel can also, remember dear ones through gifts to the library. The nine thousand volu¬ mes onthe Ubraty shelves are all related to Judaism and Mndred subjects: His¬ tory, Theology, BlUe, Poe- , try, Zionism, Music. Novels '' and new juvenUe books ar¬ rive steadily. Texts which lure-used fai conjunction with the courses available through the Melton Chabr of Jewisb ; History and Studies at the Ohio State University are^l stocked^ Mr. RaUdi Cobey and Mr. Samuel M. Melton are co- cbabnien ofthe llbrary.com- ' mtttee. Mrs. Ralidi Cobey Is <ehabmum for library Sab- ibath. At the conclusion ot tbe Sabbath Services, the worshippers are extended a coirdial IhvitaHm to yisit ' the Minnie Cobey Meniorlal tibrary and the bookdlsplay In the Social HaU. ^ Oneg Siabbat, hosted by the Cobey and Melton tamUies, will complete tbevei^nlng. .The Minnie Cobey Memor¬ ial library is open to the public durhig Temple office hours—9 ^m. to 5 p.nv (« weekdays and firom 9:30 to 12:30 on Sundays when school Is'ta-session. Mr^. Joseph Goldslager Is retataed as '. librarian. tality:. Mrs. Aaron Horowitz, decorations; Mrs. Bernard R. Ruben, Mrs. Nathan Ne- delman, Mrs. Morris Pailne, Mrs. Julian Bamett, Mrs. Bernard ScWtenstebi. Suc¬ coth decorating; Miss Lill¬ ian Danziger, hostess chair¬ man, and Miss Helen Nutis, publicity. HOSTESSES for the after¬ noon taclude Mrs. Jerry Bomheim; Mrs. Sam Brandt, Mrs. Hamel Gurwta, Mrs. Jule Mark, Mrs. Nathan Nedelman, Mrs; Bernard R. Ruben, Mrs; Simon Shetzger, Mrs. Abe Wolman, Mrs. Cody Zelizer, and Mrs. Sol Zell. Gerald Cohn, tbe new ex- Gerald Cohn ecutlvB director of Heritage House, wUl be honored at tte'tea. He will be tatro- duced by Mrs. Jack Resler, president of the home. Of¬ ficers and members of tbe boEurd of directors for the Auxiliary for the ensutag year wiU be elected. Mrs. - Joseph Schecter has served as chairman of the nominat¬ ing committee. The annual president's report wiU b^ presented by Mrs. Schotten¬ stein. DR. IZAOOR CabakoffwOl render vocal selections tol- lowingthe bustaeiss meettag. Members of the commu¬ nity -are cordially fawited to attend the Annual Meetb« and Succoth Tea on Sunday at the home. ¦''•«-. ..o..,' , ^iM„.--^t,' 'B' Day %! November 13 "One ptat ot your blood on We dn e s day, Nov. 13j might save a life and will help us attata our qmota with the Bed Cross this year," said Sanford Fishman, president oftheJewishCom- munity Blood Donor Coun¬ cU. • OFFICERS for the Blood Donor CouhcU this year are Sanford Fishman, president Gordon Zeldman, Mrs. Grant Birandcn and JackRubii^ vice presidents; Mrs. A.B. Thall, correspondiiig secretary; Jack Rubin, treasurer; Rob- ert Greenberg, recordtag secretary. . Ty^^i^oiMiililii UNITED NATKWS, (JTA) — AUusIons tolra^tf Jews by Israel ta recent Security CounpQ discussions about sending a faiunanitariaif emissary to the Middle East .(has drawn criticism firom Iraq, taalettermade pubUc" Ambassador Adnat\ Pachachi complained toSeptem- ¦,, tier's CouncU president, George IgnaUeft of Canada, about permission granted to Israel's Ambassador Yo- set Tekoah to speak about the situation of, Iraqi Jews. Mr. Pachachi reitefat^ larevious statements defend- . tag Iraqf s treatment of its Jewish mtaority agatast^ israeU criticism and claimed that Mr. TekoaVscom- ments constituted "illegal and unwarranted Inter¬ ference" ta his'couiitiy*s domestic afbdrs. . JERUSALEft^ (JTA):,— Orthodox Jews and irfous Moslems worshipped sbnultaneously ta tbe Ibrahimi mosque ta Hebron. Tbfa mosque, over the site ottbe Patriarchs' Tombs, was the scene at Yom Kfppur ServlMs conducted by the Jewisb settlers of Hebron and guests. Tbe services were attended by CoU Qter Ben David, milltaiy govemaar of the area, and by IsraeU soldiers on duly ta the town. ^ PARIS, (JTA) ~ French Jews attended Yom Kippur services ta unprecedented numbers, recpiirtag that iniinnvlsed synagogues.be set-up ta mpvie theaters, concert halls and even, a circus to acc&nriinodate the overflow crowds. S&yerklhundredrefiigeesframEast- em Europe presscid tata crowded Central Snyagogue cf Paris vdnre spei^al prayef s were ssdd for Jews! oppressed behind tiie bron Curtain. LONDON, (JTA)—i Ortbodax Jews packedthe Grand Choral Synagogue ta Moscow for Yom Kippur. Serv¬ ices were also held ta two other synagogues tathe city, it was reported here. * TEL AViV, (JTA)— AnlsraeU Army patrol and a band of Anib marauders fought a fierce three-hour , gun battle oo Yom Kippur ta the barren, cave-marked 4iUIs west ot/^ericbaC a mUltaty spokesman reported. ' At least s^ven mar^ders were kiUed and one IsraeU soldier wounded. The batUe, began with the pursuit of the marauders ¦. shortly after dawn, resulted ta anemer- gency, csil for Uood donors, lyppiurently taanUcipaUbn of casusdties. A clash ia the same region two weeks ago led'to tbe deatfi of, sbc Israelis and five Arabs. Gilbert New Torah Academy President Dr. Ivan S. Gilbert was elected to Torah Academy's blt^st post on September 24, 1968. He is a cbrivfaig force of many bustaess and civic organizations as well as to¬ tally tavolved ta the Jewish community. Receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree firom OSUi ta 1942, Dr. Gilbert became a candidate for a degree ta medictae and was awarded his MD ta ISiS. He thai founded Gilbert ^oe s|ores, fac., servtag,wrPres|*?** until Septembo^|.967ifbai be became Chairman ofthe Board. Among Us many busi¬ ness affiliations he is Chabr¬ man of the Board, BrunSen- sor IS^stemsLtac.; Board of Dfarector s. Volume Fpotwear Retailers Ass'n.; Midwest Region VP, Mass Merchan- disfaig Research Foundation; Chairman, Discount Divi¬ sion, OUo State Council of Retail Merclants. Dr., Gilbert announced the foillowlng Colunibus Busi¬ nessmen to be Us associates ta leadership of the Colum¬ bus I'orab Academy forthe condng year; Vice Chabrman of tiie Board, F^^uk Nutis; Vice Pres. -Housing, a new¬ ly formed post; Jerome Sch-. ottensteta; Vice Pres. - Fi¬ nance, Bernard Yenkta; Vice Pres. - Education, Alvta Testimonial Set For Rubenstein ' Dr. Ivan Gilbert Shames; Secretary - Barry Zacks; Treasurer - PhUUp Borensteta; Ass't. Treasur¬ er - Sanford Fishman; Trea¬ surer - Special Events, Fearsmi Press. ta special action, tbe new Torab.Academy Board ex¬ pressed appredationto Leon Schottenstein, Immediate Feist JPresident, for bis out- stai^ing, devotion to. the school and leadership ta He¬ brew Education not only ta Columbus but throughout the United States. Leon bas been elevated to Honorary Life Trustee of CTA's Board. Dr. Gilbert also announced that Schqitensteta will be honored wltii a tribute to Us f^- reaching philanthtxipies. The Congregation ot Agii¬ das Achim Synagogue andUs many friends ta the rest of the community are bcnoring R&bbi Samuel W. Rubensteta with a testimonial dinner on Sunday evenfaig, Oct 20. The event is to honor "of Rabbi Rubensteta's twenty years of outstanding service as the congregation's spiri¬ tual leader/and ta rec6g- tdtion ot Us acUevements as a civic leader, a scholar, and a writer. The. event will be at Agudas Achim Syna¬ gogue. UNDER HIS le&dershipflie con^egation's membership grew firom 325 fimiilies to the present membership of over 800 families. Through Ms efforts the coi^regation also built a ngw synagogue ta a more accessible loca¬ tion on East Broad Street, and is now completing a campaign for fimds p> ex¬ pand the present' taciUties. His leadership alsoihc- creased the membersUp's active participation ta syna¬ gogue and cpmmuntiyattair^ through a Sisterhood of 500 members and Brotherhood ot 400 members. HE IS~ A member ot the advisory boards ot nearly a dozen community oi^ganlza- tiims ranging firom the Jew¬ ish Center to the Columbus Community Chest and the Columbus Transit Commis¬ sion, with his taterests raf«;- big flrom the promotion bt ORT Plans Melmbership Luncheon An original "way off Broadway" production .writ¬ ten and dfarected by one of O.R.T.'s popular play¬ wrights, Mrs. Gerald Ober- maii, will premier on Wed¬ nesday, Oct 16. at 12:30 p.m. for Women's Ameri¬ can o:r.T.'s (Organization for Rehabilitation throng^ Training) galapaid-upmem- f- bersUp lunchepn atthe home of Mrs. Leon Schottenstein, 50 Nj. Drexel*^:, ElBadlineris|tor tbe cast of "Th8f.O.R.!P4v;Jota Irf' are . theitp;opuIar^, and talentedi O.R.T. stars, Mesdames Al¬ len Birrer, Alfred Fried¬ man, Nat Gdldbeng, Burton Louis, Richard Marks and Nonnan Traeger. They will be accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Sanford BeUcer. Mrs. Herbert Weiner as¬ sisted ta the production. A CULINARY treat is be¬ faig prepared by Mrs. Steve Tuckerman and Mrs. Mich¬ ael Monroe and tbeir com- •inittne. O.R.T. helps to build un¬ derdeveloped economies by giving trafaitag ta more, than seventy modem industrial skills. The trades taught vary according to the needs ofthe particular area's eco¬ nomy. faWSHwrflikHnMi better understandfaig b^- tween religious groups tiirough the interfaith move¬ ment and the improvement of race relations, , He was pbe of the cp- cbalrmeh - of the Interfidth Conference on Race and Re¬ ligion held in Columbus ta 1966. RabU Rubenstetareceived his B.A. d^;ree firom Ye¬ sUva University of New York ta 1940 and.^waB ordained ta 1941. He bs now dofaig grad¬ uate work at VesUva Unl- ' versity and at OUo State University on Us doctorate d%ree for wUch he has all the credits but the comp¬ letion of Ms tiiesls. WItii Us wife, Dorotby, Us two sons, Martin and Joel, and Us daughter, Sharon, I^ lives at 2738 E Broad! Art Show Oct. 19-21 TbeFourth Annual Art Ex- UUt and Salej spmsored by tiie Temple Israel Sister¬ hood, wOl be held Oct. 19- 21 ta the Temple Social Hall, 5419 E Broad St. 'Yoi^ and Old Masters of Arf, a coUection assem¬ bled ty tbe Fucker-Safirai Gallery of Boston and Je¬ rusalem wUl be on display these three days «ily. A GALA reception on Sat¬ urday, Oct 19 firom 7-10 p.in. wUl open the weekend's tes- . Uvlties. Champagne and hors . d'oeuvres wUl be served. Additional showfa«8 wiU be beb) Sunday, Oct20andMon- /day, Oct 21 trom 10 a*m. to 10 p.m. Patron tickets wUch ent- itie tiie holder to attend tiie reception and subsequent sh¬ owings are $5 per couple. General admlsslpn tickets are availaUe 4 $1 Per per¬ son. These are good on Sun¬ day and Monday only. Tick¬ ets may be purchased at the door or Mrs. Stanley Sch¬ wartz Jr. may be contacted at 235-3148. A GREAT variety of art forms wlU be exhibited and all items wUI be on sale. -' I '
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1968-10-10|
|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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