Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-10, page 01
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Arcliaeoligical & HL^tortcal Museum N. High St. at 15th—1 i #: ^^ ilHROMCLE llWJfSeTvmq Colmnbus and Central Ohio Jevyish Community \]f\^ VoL 81, No. IS COLUMBl.'S, OHIO, FRIDAY. APKIL 10, 1953 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals BBW April-in-Paris Show to Offer Vacation Would you like, to spend nn "Evening In Poris"? Or would a week-end nt Oakton Mnnor Resort, Pewaukee. Wise, appeal to you? Or how would you like to be the guest for one week at the beautiful North Shore Manor, In Miami Beach? All of th^se glamorous vacations can be yours. Just by attending the -spring sales tax show of B'nal B'rlth Women on Wednesday evq- nliig, April 22, at the Jewish Cen¬ ter. Admission is by sales ta:C stamps, $100 In redeemable value per person. Beginning at 7:30 p. m. with a dessert supper ala Cafe Paris, a fabulous evening can be yours, watching an exciting nnd different kind of musical revue, complete with the finest of local talent and Incorporating the lateat In spring and summer styles, modeled by Parisian manequlns, through the courtesy of Madison's and Dun¬ hill's. For the first $100 In sales tax stamps turned in that evening, pa¬ trons will receive one chance on the chbice of a ^eek-end at the Oakton Manor Resort in Wiscon¬ sin, or one week at the North Shore Manor in Miami Beach, an extra chance will be given .for each addi¬ tional $S0 in sales tax stamps sub¬ mitted. Admission may also be paid by $3 in cash per person. Heading the all-star cast will be the BBW Glamor lovelies, in a group of new and startling dance numbers designed by Thelma Gold¬ farb. Margie Friedman, Sissy Bromberg, Rita Foster and Cella Tarcov will comprise the "line". <contlnDe4 on pace Zi W "MAY I HAVE YOUR RESERVATION PLEASE"? Thla group Is just part of the "reception committee" which will greet B'nai B'rJth members and their escorts at the annual Spring Dance this Sunday at the Jewish Center. ACTING AS HOSTESSES for the affair are, left to right: Mrs. Sam Gordon. Mrs. William Gordon, Mrs. Ann Schilling, Mrs. David Paine and Mrs. Martin Polster. Mrs. Sam Flaum was absent. Admission Is free to all paid-up members and their guests. * * * * The committee for B'nai B'rlth's annual Spring Dance has come up with another feature to help give members and thoir guests added pleasure. Ralph Granada, held over for a second week at the Palm Gardens Nite Club, will give a performance at intermission time. He Is famous for pantomlne Imitations and has an endless supply of material. The dance is free to all paid up members of B'nal B'rith and their escorts. Arrangements have been made to pay dues at the door. UJF Asks 25% Increase For Pledses The Board of Directors of the United Jewish Fund an¬ nounces that it has accepted the objective of asking all con¬ tributors for at least 25fv' more than last year. Richard J. Abel, president of the Fund, stated: "A Special Goal Setting committee, under the. chairmanship of Fred Yenkln, this year's Campaign chairman, devoted a whole evening to discussing the programs of the agencies included in the United Jewish Fund. Mr. Yenkin's Committee finally concluded that the needs for 1953 are aa great or greater than In 1948. In order to achieve a result which would be comparable to that year In which the UJF raised Its greatest amount—It Is agreed that all prospects be asked to contribute at least 25% more. This motion was carried unanlm- DR. IIARER Delivers Lecture It has Just been announced that Dr. William Haber, professor of Economics at the University of Michigan, will deliver the annual HiUel Foundation Lectureship in the auditorium of tho HUlel Foun¬ dation, 46 E. 16th Ave., next V/id- nesday, 8:15 p. m. prof. Haber, who Is international¬ ly recognized as an economist, au¬ thor and authority on world refu¬ gee problema, wlU speak on "A People in Flight," the story of world Jewish reconstruction. PBOF. HABER at preaent la chairman of the Federal Advisory CouncU on Employment Security, an4 president of American ORT Federation, Dr. Haber U also a member of the Executive Coimrait- tee of the American Jewish Com- ^nlttee, of the Academic Council for the Hebrew University, and of the National HUlel Commission. The lecture by Dr. Haber WIU be open to aU members of the com¬ munity, without charge. The HlUel p'oundatlon extends a cordial Invi¬ tation to this significant evening. Book Review For Council Women All Ohio is looking back Into the formative years of the state—and In like style will take the members of the 'Columbus Section of the National Council of Jewlah Women when they attend the unique book review tq be given at next Wed¬ nesday's meeting, 12:45 p. m., at Bryden Rd. Temple. Mrs. J. B. Pontz, popular book reviewer, will recount the import¬ ance that the life of one woman played In our history, "through the art of the author, Ishbel Rosa, (continued on page S) Annual BB-Hillel Program Tuesday An inspirational and rewarding program ia planned for 'the join^^, meeting of Zion. Lodge and tho B'nal B'rlth Women'a chapter next Tuesday, 8:30 p. m., at tho Jewish Center. Included In the program wlU he greetings from Mr. Herman Katz and Rabbl Hurry Kaplan, the di¬ rector of B'nal B'rlth HUlel Foundation. There will be a panel discussion by three Ohio State atudents and (continued on pftgn i) Twig 89 Sponsoring Annual Benefit Twig 89, one of the most energe¬ tic of the Twig groups made up of women of the J.ewlah community. Is sponsoring Its annual benefit card party at the Jewish Center next Wednesday, 8:30 p. m. Many bridge and canasta clubs will bring their entire membership to this entertaining party. Refreshments will be served, and OS usual. Twig 80 will have lovely table prltea. feoiitiBiiMl «o psff« 9> AGENDA LISTED FOR NINTH ANNUAL OHIO-KENTUCKY BRANCH MEETING The 9th Annual Ohio-Kentucky Branch Conference of the National Women'a League of the United Synagogue of America will commence Monday at the Nell House. Approximately 160 women from Sfstcrhoods affiliated with conservative Jewiah congregations In Ohio and Ken¬ tucky will join their Columbus affiliates Monday thru Wednesday. Mrs. Martin Shenker of the Tlfereth Israel Sisterhood is local con¬ ference chairman. Theme of the conference Is, "Through Wisdom Is A House Built." The following agenda ta announc¬ ed for the convenience of any local poisons who may wish to attend ahy corference sessions or work¬ shops. Monday - Registration, T p. m. to 10:00, Noll House mezzanine. Welcoming buffet supper, 6:30 p. m., (for out-of-town delegates & gueata). Open board meeting. 8 p. m.. Parlor B. Stunt night, immedi¬ ately following board meeting. Midnight snack. . Tuesday - Youth aesaion, 9 a. m. Theme; "Train a YnHth In the Way Ho should Go, and I3ven When He Is Old, He WIU Not Depart from It." Opening prayer, Mrs. Norman Goldman of Toledo. Presiding, Mrs. Harold Dine of Cincinnati. SpouUor, Rabbi Joseph P. Stern¬ stein of Dayton. Discussion leader. Mra. Harold Jacobaon of Dayton. Panoliat, Mra. Leonard Goldhagen of Cincinnati. Consultant. Mra. Honry Glchnor of Washington DC . . . Luncheon, 12:30 p. m. Presid¬ ing, Mrs. Martin Shenker of Co¬ lumbus. Invocation, Mrs. Jacob RoaUy of Youngstown. Salute to (continued od pAK.fl 2) ously at the Goal Setting commit¬ tee meeting and unanimously ap¬ proved by the Board of Directors. It Is understood that some Individ¬ uals will be able to increase much more than 25%; some may only be able to maintain the 25% pat¬ tern. We know that becauae of losses sustained during the year, some Individuals wlll have to give two or three times as much as previou^lyrD'nly In this way .can we achlev^^^^^trl^&sult which will match tho Increased mjeds." SOL LUGKMA*^ of Cincinnati, vice-chairman of' the United Jew¬ ish Appeal, addressed the Goal Set¬ ting meeting and discussed the needs of that agency. He pointed out that there are 1,500,000 Jews in Israel, of whom more than, half have entered the country since 1948. (continued on page 2) Mrs. Lausche Guest Speaker Tuesday of the Roae E. Lazarus are anticipating a de- Momberi Sisterhood Ughtful afternoon next Tuesday 1:30 p. m., when Mrs. Frank Lausche will talk on "Ohio and the Seaqulscentennlal Year". THE MEETING will be iicid In the vestry room of Bryden Rd. Temple. A tea and reception, hon¬ oring Mrs. Lausche, follows the meeting. Mrs. Sol Shaman Is pro¬ gram chairman. Mra. Meyer Mon¬ ett Is chairman of afternoon ro- freahments.- Mrs. AUon Gundoraheimor will offer the opening prayeV. Election of new board mombora will bo iiold. Mrs. Herbert Wise ia president of the Rose E. Lazarus Sisterhood. UJF Special Gifts Chairman Appointed Jack Resier, chairman of the Special Gifts Division for the 1953 campaign, announced this week that the co-chairmen liiive enlisted the following to serve as vice-ohalT- men in the Special Gifts Division: Dr. A. S. Canowltz, Herbert Cum¬ mins. Dr. S. A. Danchlk, Dr. E. D. Engelman, Manny Englander, Don Erkis, Albort Esterkln, Julius Feib¬ el. Leon Friedman, Abe Gertner, Dr. Ben Gertner, Dr. Ivan Gilbert, Meyer Ginsburg, Marvin Giassman, Lester Glicftman, Dave Goldsmith. Dr. M. L. Goodpian, William Goodman, Robert Greene, Arnold Grossman, Ben Grossman, Henry Gurevltz, Sam Gurevltz. Myer Hausman, Henry Hofheim¬ er, Arthur Isaacs, Ray Kahn, Si Kahn, Walter Katz, Clarence S. Koltun, Dr. M. A. Krakoff, Irving Lackritz. Louis M. Levin, Don Levy, J. J. Lieberman, Harry Maybrook, Harry Mellman. Dr. Paul Meyer. Raymond Nateman, Robert Paine, I>.oii..-J^oblns, Al Rosen, Ralph Ros¬ enbloom, Charles Ross, Louis Rub¬ en, Harold Schiffman, Louis Sch¬ lezinger, Harry Schwartz. Sol Shenk, Louis Sher, Abe Shus¬ tlck. Marvin Silberstein, Justin Sillman, Irwin Stein, Erneat Stern. Morrla Swedlow, Dr. Sam L. Thall,. Joseph L. Walaman, Emll Wasserstrom, Abe Yenkin, Ben Zukcrman. AIR. KE.SLEK stated: "Each of these vice-chairman will talk ovor the campaign with five or six pros- (contlnued un page 2) Present nt meeting Ot UJF Wom¬ en's Division Steering Committee: seated, left to right — Mesdamea William Wasserstrom, Jock Besler, M. J. Papurt, Herbert Schlff, Harry I Goldberg, Slmpn LAisnis, Herbert. Levy; Standing, left to right — Mesdames I. E. Sealfon, Abe Wol¬ nian, Ben Kahn, Armand Abel, Theodore Schlonsky, Horry Roth, LouU Madison, William Gllck, Harry Schwartz. (Mrs. Richard Abel and Mrs, MU¬ ton J. Leeman, £o-chairmen with Mrs. Papurt and Mrs. Sohiff, were out of the city when the above photo waa taken).
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-04-10|
|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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