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It .J-i- --. r:ry^--'- ArchaeoUglcal & Historical Museum N. High St at l&th—1 TOMORROW IS "BIG" DAY FDR ISRAEL BONDS Hundreds of volunteers in Columbus, aa In every community through¬ out the U. S., will engage In an intensive door-to-door campaign this Sunday, to help build Israel through Israel Bonds. Thia one-day, all-out campaign haa been undertaken in response to an urgent request by the Israel government. ^ BIG DAY takes on added significance with the news of antl- Zionlst, antl-Jcwish feeling being whipped up In the Communist coun¬ tries. In every Jewish community the answer to the attacks in Czechoslovakia will be a renewed and Intensified effort to build a stronger Israel. Through Israel Bonds the economy of the country will be made self-sufficient. Under the leadership of Abe A. Wolman, workers from every Jewish organization in the city will meet at the Jewish Center at 9 a. ra. Sunday for breakfasts During the meal, Ambassador Abba Eban will speak to the woritora by special telephone hook-up. Speaking with Mr. Eban will be Henry Morganthnu, Jr., Chairman of the Board of the Israel Bond Organization. Workora who have not already registered rtjay still do so by ap¬ pearing at the breakfast on Sunday, Mr. Wolman announci^d. Spurred by meaaago;^ of support from every national officer of the Important Jewish organizations, the 'response by ritizchs of Columbus lias been heartening. It ia expected that Columbua will rate high In the, national averages, for BIG DAY. ¦=F=3 MfHROMCLE 2Jy\J/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communily \V/AR ''®*' Vol. 30, No. 51 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1952 Dovoted to American und Jewish Ideals , COLUMBUS TO BE REPRESENTED AT UJA MEETING BY ABEL, YENKIN JERRY IVIELMED Beth Jacob Slaterhood'a annual Chanukah banquet will be held to¬ morrow, 6 p. m.. In the social hall of the new synagogue, 950 Bulen Ave. Thia win be the first Chanukah banquet of the Sisterhood In the new social hall, which was bought by Messrs. Harry and Max Sllber- atein In memory of their parents. Mra. Harry Shlff, president of the Sisterhood, together with her (continued on pAffQ 2) Special Hadassah Meeting Tuesday For Us Chanukah meeting- next T,uesday. 1 p. m., at the Jewish Center, Hadassah's program chair¬ man has an interesting and stimu¬ lating afternoon planned. Mrs. Sanford Upson, who has a truly beautiful voice, will entertain with a selection of Jewish folk¬ songs. This Is to be followed by a progtam enlttled,- "What Do We Want?", which will be moderated by Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Hcfrcshmenta arc in the capable hands of Mra. Joseph Haas and Mrs. Louis Wilson. Hostesses for the dessert tea will be Mra. Lew Cohen and Mrs, Reuben Qrcenbcrg. Mrs. Norman Berger will read the opening prayer. Piano accompanist for Mra. Lip- son will be Mra. Harold Edelstein. An elaborate Chanukah treat will proceed the meeting. u 1200 Leaders of 48 States to Attend 15th Annual Conference at Waldorf-Astoria More than 1,200 leaders representing Jewish communities through¬ out the 48 states are setting the stage for the United Jewish Appeal's 15th year of humanitarian service when they meet this week-end for the UJA's annual National Conference at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel In New York, it was announced this week by Edwarrf" M. Warburg, UJA gen¬ eral chairman. Mr, and Mra. Richard J. Abel and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yenkin will represent Columbus. Mr. Warburg, who noted that the Conference will coincide with the first days of Chanukah, said that the greatest task faclrig the more than 1,200 conferees would be to In¬ fuse In all American Jews "tho same spirit of victory" that once helped Jews to conquer a threat to Israel's freedom. Mr. Warburg called special at¬ tention to tho momenlnus order of business, noting that a full day will be devoted to a review and assess- mcnt of Jewish no(;ds In Israel, Kurope, Moslem lands and tho U. S., with other sessions given over to the Betting of a 1953 campaign ob¬ jective, the election of UJA nation¬ al officers for the coming year, a determination of the part to be played In 1953 by tho Jewish wom¬ en of America, and an oi^portunity to hear from outstanding person¬ alities In American, Israeli and world affairs. Mr. Warburg alao focussed atten¬ tion on the UJA's current $86,000,- 000 cash campaign, emphasizing that the Conference wlU come as <contlDUe(l on pase 2) MR. TARSHISH The appointment of a veteran campaigner to serve aa general chairman of the Membership Round-Up was announced' by Kd- ward Schlezinger, president of the Jewish Center. Allan Tttrshlah, Immediate past president of District 2, B'nai B'rith, brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the task of Increas- InK Center membership to a record total of 3600. 'The 400 new members," Mr, Ta'rshiah stated, "are needed to maintain our magnificent building, to serve the needs of ita people, to carry on existing activities and to meet the financial demands of a rapidly expanding program." "Membership is the heart and pulse of the Jewish Center. To be a Ctmtor member In any category, In dividual, family, or sustaining is a mark of dlstlnrlion. Men and worn (continued on poKO ^} B'NAI B'RITH AWARD TO JIIVCVIY DURANTE Jimmy Durante will receive R'liaJ B'rIth'H 1952 huinanltariiui award on his "All Star Revue" television show Saturday night, 8 to 9, seen In Coli|mbuH on Chan¬ nel 3. George Jessel will make the presentation. THESE OIBLS ARE among the busy CouncUettes who've been luuidling arranguments for tonight's "Candy Cotillion" affair at tho Jewish Center. Left to right: Shirlie Wilson, Susan Polster, Loitf Lewlii. The CouncUette Candy CotiUion, sponsored by CouncUettes, will be held at the Jewish Center Saturday, Uonltei from 0 to 12 midnight. Music will be by Sammy Bowen and his oombo. Tickets are $1.S0 stag or drag and may be purchased froni any CouncUette member or at the door. , Dpor prizes from Kahn's, Soakin's and Greene's will be presented. Re' freahmenta will be served. CouncUettes who have spent their time to make this evening a success are Shtrlle Wilson, presi¬ dent; Sue Polster, Lois Lewin and Babette Abel, co-chairmen; Joyce ThaU, ticket chairman; Kayla Pol¬ ster, Trudy Halaaz and Patty Sha- mon, decorations; Miriam Clay- man, refreshments; Roberta Ring er and Barbara Sussman, publicity. Charity Newsies on Sale in Columbus - The Jewish community was urged by Charles B. Margulls, immediate past president of the Charity Newsies, this week to support generously the paper sale drive of the or¬ ganization today. Ten men from the Jewish community long have been affiliated with the Charity Newsies, many of thom for periods exceeding 20 years. Mr. Margulls further urged that their friends refer to the page advertisement about the Newsies In thia week's Chronicle, and arrange to forward a donation to the member of their ,choico. The Charity Newsies have been selling these "Open Your Heart" special edition newspapers on the streets of greater Columbua every Decombor since 1907. The funds thoy collect are used to provide new clothing and new shoes, medical supplies, shelter, fuel and food, for needy children of school ago. All contributions are used expressly for that work aa campaign' expenses are liquidated out of profits of social events put on by the member.H each fall. Mr. Margulls will be selling Sat¬ urday at his accustomed corner Cleveland and 5th Aves. near his two places of business, while Abe Wolman will bo l,n front of 4-1 E. Broad St. Robert Benjamin is cov¬ ering tho southern end of Parsons Ave., and Max Gutkind Is to be at jLiOng and High, southwest corner. Sidney L. Katz Is to be at the Hlgh- Liong, southeast Corner. Al Solove Is teamed, as usual, with Larry and Bob Baer at Towh St. and Grant Ave. The others from our community will be serving at headquarters in Memorial Hall. PROF TUR-SINAI Prof. Naphtall H. Tur-Sinal, per¬ haps the foremost Bible scholar of our time, will appear at The Jewish Center next Wednesday, 8:30 p. m, niB subject win bo "The Riddles ol the Bible." Dr. Tur-Slnal waa roared in Vienna, whore his father was a member of an enthusiastic group of early Zionists, Aa a result of this nfjuonco, he sought and Secured his first position in "Jerusalem in 1910 where ho was one of the founders of thp Gymnasium (Ho- . brow Secondary School!. In 1913 he became a lecturer at the University of Vienna, in 1918 Uean of the Hebrew Paedagoglum of Vienna, and from 1919 until 1933 (rontlnued an paffo 3) MR. SMITH Sterling Smith, a Reynoldsburg artist, will present, a "Gne-Man Show" of 21 oil paintihgs in the Adult Lounge of the Jewish Center. The show Will begin with a recep¬ tion for him this Sunday, 6 p. m., and will continue through Jan. 14. Mr. Smith was graduated from University School and attended the Ohio State University and tho Boe¬ ing School of Aeronautics in Oak¬ land, Calif. Mr. Smith spent several years In New York, devoting his time to painting. Although this Is his first one-man show, he has previously exhibited his work with the Colum¬ bus Art League and at the Ohio State fair. His pointing, "Spring Landscape", waa purchoaed by the Columbua Gallery of Fine Arta In May of this year. Included In tho current presentation are both ab¬ stract and traditional works. CHANUKAH THEME ON WOOL BROADCAST Richard Widmark will star In an original radio drama — '*The Torch" — on statloh WCOL next Tuesday evening at U:30. The Chanukah festival wUl be the theme of the drama — an Inspiring story o( a modern Chanukah cere¬ mony In Israel. Following the dramatic portion of the broadcast, listeners will hear a brief report on the aims of the United Jewish Appeal at the start <f its 15th year of live-saving serv¬ ice. ¦f" Pre-School Parents Plan Gala Week Tho Parents Group of thft Jewish Center Pre-School ia planning a gala week of activity in celebration of Chanukah. Wednesday at 1 p. ra., the (regular monthly meeting of the Parents Group will be held at the Center. Mra. Jerome Folkman will apeak /m "Ways of Celebrating Chanukah In Our Home". Mrs. Folkman is well known in our community as a speaker. Mrs. Maurice Sher, program chairman, will introduce Mrs. Folkman. Mrs. Bernard Byrnes will give the opening prayer. The meeting will be proceeded by a dessert luncheon with the follow¬ ing women serving as hostesses: (oontlnaed on pac« Z) Annual Program At Hebrew School The annual Chanukah program of the Columbus Hebrew School will be presented by tho pupils of tho school this Sunday, 2:30 p. m., at the Jewish Center, Highlighting • the event will be the presentation of Chanukah skits in Hebrew by three of the classes and a showing of one of the latest Israeli films, "Jerusalem, My City", The program wlU also Include the traditional lighting of the Chanu¬ kah candles and singing of Chanu¬ kah Bongs. Greetings will be extended by Dr. A. H. Kanter, president of the Hebrew School, and Mrs. William XuUman, president of Ivreeyoh So¬ ciety. Upon can<;lualon of the program, a Chanukah treat will be given to the children. Thia treat is aniiually provided by Ivreeyoh. The community U invited.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1952-12-12|
|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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