Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-11-30, page 01
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ArchaeoUglcal & Hi.'itorUal Museum N. High St. at 15th—1 CHIEF RABBI OF TEl AVIV HERE FOR ISRAEL BOND DRIVE ^^£D A ^^i OfflOJEWHjgpmONICLE aJM Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community Vol. 21), No. 49 COLUMBfS, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1951 Devoted to, Amortran (ind Jewish Ideals Chief Rabbi Isar Jehuda Unterman of Tel Aviv, who is now in this country lo puriiri- pale in the S.SOO.OOO.OOO Sl.ite of Israel Bond drive, is shown (d)ove) as he inspectod the '!hiiiishun Cemenl factory at Hartuv before his departtire for th< United St.iles. This factory IS l)eing expanded and homes for workers arc beif g built witli funds invested through Israel's Independence Bond Issue. Upon his arrival al New York's Idlewild Airport (left), Chief Kabbi Unterman described the Israel Independence Bond Issue as "llie key lo the entire eco¬ nomic future of our country." "Eli Eli' Home for Aged Society Has 3rd Annual Dinner Tomorrow at New Agudas Achim A report on the progress of the new Jewish Home for Aged will be given by Mrs. Louis Mellman, chairman of the Building Committee, aa one of the highllghtfl of the Society's third annual dinner tomorrow, 6 p. m., at Agtidas Achim synagogue. Mrs. Samuel Rubenstein will give the benediction and Mrs. Max Zis¬ klnd will be maater of ceremonies, to introduce the evening's speakers —Rabbis Leopold Greenwald, Na¬ than Zellzer and S. W. Rubenstein. The able and eloquent Mr. Her¬ man Luckoff will auction cake candlea. Mrs. Joe Weiner is pro¬ ject chairman and Mra. Max Good¬ man is the co-chnin. Mrs. M. Finkclsteln, president of the Jewish Home for Aged Society, reminds the community that it can be juatly'proud of itself for its tremendous help In making a beau¬ tiful dream come true. Thia magni¬ ficent, humane reality materialized thru the open-hearted generosity of the Jewish community. Funda raised from the Soclety'a project are for the exclusive uae of the Jewish Home for Aged. Esther Field — •'Yiddishe Mama" — ia the star of the movie "Eli Eli" which will be shown at the Dec. 11 meeting of B'nai B'rlth at the Jewish Center. Another feature of the meeting w^H ^^ aecond nominations of the Lodge of¬ fices of aecretaiV»_guaraian and warden. Refreshmenta will be serv¬ ed. ^^^^^^s^^^ Five Local Leaders Attend Conference Five CoJumbus Jewiah leaders will attend the 20th General As¬ sembly of the Council of tTewlah Federatlona and Welfare Funda this week-end at the Edgewater Beach Hotel, Chicago. They are: Richard J. Abel, Dr. and Mra. E. J. Gordon, B. A. Yen¬ kln, Mias Roae Sugarman and Maurice Bernateln, United Jewiah Fund executive director. More than 760 Jewiah com¬ munity Icadera from ^11 parta of the U. S. and Canada will partici¬ pate in the three-day aaaombly— annual busincsa meeting of the or¬ ganized Jewish communities of A- merica. Tho delegates will study major problema facing American Jewry in 1002 and outline plana for meeting total Jewish reaponaiblli- tles in Israel, overseas, nationally and locally. The Council of Jewish Feder¬ ations and Welfare Funda la. the national association of community organizations aerving 800 cltlca aa their instrument In dealing with national problema and in providing central servicea in budgeting, health and welfare planning, cam¬ paigning, community organization and community interpretation. Prize Award at Midnight to Climax B'nai B'rith Women^s Cabaret Dance Columbua Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will culminate itg 13th annual fu'nd-raiaing project in a gala' cabaret dance tomorrow night at Valley Dale, from 8:30 to midnlto. Pledges already received and those which are atlll Coming In for thla annual donor event indicate that a capacity crowd will be on hand to enjoy dancing to Chuck Selby'a Orohestra, and to see and hear the four-star revue, an outstanding line¬ up of top entertainment talent imported fiom New York for this affair. Heading the revue will be Adeline Noico, dynamic and diminutive ainging aenaation, with Emil Cohen. rialng young comedy star, as another major attraction. The lovely and glamourous "Lucky Girls" will add color with their dance routines, and Park and Clifford, a, novelty comedy act, will complete what prom¬ ises to be a tremendous show. There U still time to make a pledge for this donor event. Call Mrs. L M. Harris. DO. 9100, and your tickets will be ready for you at Valley Dale, or come to the Dale tomorrow night and your donation will he accepted there. All, donor pledges receive ticltctg for two peraon.s to the dance, as well as chances on tho wonderful 10-day Florida vacation trip for two. The drawing will take plact promptly at midnight, with thi lucky tirket to bo drawn hy Mayor James A. Rhodes. Tho total vahn of tho Florida trip, including air transportation to and from Miami air travel to Cuba and return for one day in Havana, and all thi wonderful gifts both here and whiJc in Miami, ia now in excess of $1300, and additional gifts may be added before the fortunate cou pie leave for this dream vacation With the financial success of their 13th annual donor project al¬ ready assured, and with tho know¬ ledge that the dance tomorrow night will prove to be the social highlight of the season, B'nal B'rith Women wish to express thanks and appreciation to the hundreds of people who have helped them ac¬ hieve their goal this year. To all who, by their efforts or their con¬ tributions, have made it possible to meet the quota. B'nal B'rlth Wom¬ en say thanks, thanks a million, for the sick in our hospitals, the oFsI phans in our homes, the studcnta of our Hlllel Foundations, the (contlDDfld on pafa S) Mm. Louia Goldfarb, above center, la surrounded by children of B'nal B'rlth members (Billy Caplan, Gwen Goldfarb, Marilyn Gold¬ farb, Leslie Levitt and Stephen Levitt). These youngsters helped prepare the Children's Page In the organization's recipe and pro¬ gram book which will be distributed at the gala Cabaret-Dance at Valley Dale Sunday evening. PROBLEMS OF YOUTH TO BE DISCUSSED NEXT TUESDAY Does your son refuse to eat his breakfast? Does your daughter fight going to bed at Wight? Theae are just two of the com^non prob¬ lems which Mrs. Wm. Huber, Board member -of the new Chil¬ dren's Mental Health Center, will discuss at Tuesday's meeting of the Council of Jewish Women, to be held at 1 p. m. at Bryden Rd. Tem¬ ple. Mrs. Huber, mother of three young children, haa had a wealth of experience with problems of children through her volunteer work with the Junior League on Its mental health program. She is on the board of the Casslngham PTA and the Parents League. Her discussion will bo built a- round the subject, "It can Happen to You." Mrs. Huber says that many people In the community are not aware of the fact that the cen¬ ter deals with the problems of nor¬ mal children and their parents. Dr. Hugh Miaseldlne, head of the Clinic, feels that many of the prob¬ lems which wo feel are moat com¬ mon ahould be treated aa aoon as we would a case of the "flu." Im¬ mediate action- would do away with any chance of complications. Mra. Huber says that many of the problems which have been exag- erated anc} complicated reault from the Inexperience on the part of the parents in dealing with many alt- uationa In the home. GALLERY PLAYERS TO PRESENT "LIGHT UP THE SKY" SATURDAY, SUNDAY NIGHTS, DEC. 8-9 Marv BUbent«ln Curtain time is drawing near for the opening nlte of the Gallery flayers' presentation , of Moaa Hart's comedy "Light Up The Sky." There will be two pcrformancea, the firat on Saturday evening, Dec. 8, at the Center, 8:30 p. m. The aecond performance will be Sunday evening, Dec. 9, alao at 8:30. Reservations for bQ|h evenings are being taken now by phone at the Center. Admission ia free to adult Center membera by reBervations. Non- members $1.20, tax included. "Light Up The Sky" was a smash hit on Broadway two years ago. It is a story of all of the problems which are met In selecting a play, getting a backer and producing th^ play for a Broadway hit. You will see a temperamental leading star go into several tantrums; you will (contlnaed op pftfo B> Ethel Shapiro Mrs- Huber will try to bring out the importance that this new clinic playa and will play in the lives of the community. It is an organiza¬ tion which is ready and eager to help and advise parents of children up to 20 years of age. The meeting will be preceded by a lovely tea. Mrs. Nathan Hersko¬ wltz will give the opening prayer. At the blind sale, members will be able to buy many lovely Chanu¬ kah and Christmas glfta and In so doing will be helping In Council's way to help the blind. Don't forget to bring pencils and paper to send to the Children of Israel. There is an urgent need for them now. If you haven't paid your dues, you can give them to Mrs, Milton Staub at the meeting. Let's make the Columbua Section 100% paid up. ^ Guest Speaker For * Chanukah Festival Allan Tarshish, president of B'nai B'rlth District 2. will be honored at a Chanukah festival to be present¬ ed by the B'nal B'rlth Hlllel Foun¬ dation next Friday evening, at 7:30. Mr. Tarshish will be the gueat speaker at the festival program. The Chanukah atory will be de¬ pleted through song and dance and verse. Participating in the pageant will be the HUlel Choir, Hlllel Players and the Folk Dance Group. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the program- Corky Gllck, Hlllel vice-presi¬ dent, and Anita SUkind are co- chalrmen. Assisting them In plan¬ ning are Rita Bender, Rita Kelt- man, David Greenberg, Uoyd Fln- gerhut and Louise Morgenatern.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1951-11-30|
|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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