Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-10-16, page 01
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AicliiiLdligii-'dl iV Ili.Muiii;.*! Museum N. High St. at 15tli-l CHRONICLE -, ^f^^:^^ 2j[\\;y Serving Columbus ^nd Central Ohio Jewish Community ^/\^ VOL. 31, No. 48 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1953 Devoted to American and Jewlah Idealt UJA Gets $15,000,000 At National Conference CLEVELAND, f.JTA) — Checks totalling .$14,973,000 were presented liere by Jewi.sh Icadors from variou.s com¬ munities at the final .ses.sion of the two-day National Report Conference of the United .lewi.sh Appeal, giving the 1M.\ close to fiO'/r' of the emergency $2ri,000,00(1 cash funci il is seeking in thelast four months of the y€ar. , The conference, attended by nioro than 1,000 U.TA campaign leaders, was addressed by Edward M. M. Warburg, Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Rabbl Hlllel Silver, former U. N. Secretary General Trygve Lie, William Ro/cnwald and others. Mr. Warburg called attention to tho conclusion of the UJA's lOO.T campaign two months hence when it will have com¬ pleted 15 years of major funcj-raising for Israel and .lews in other parts of the world. AGUDAS ACHIM HONORS NEW MEMBERS Next Friday will mark the in¬ auguration of the late Sabbath eve fa/nlly services at Agudas Achim Synagogue, New members of the. Congregation and Sisterhood will be honored at the worship meeting. Mrs. -Abe A. Wolman, loads the Sisterhood Committee, charged with welcoming new members. Rabbl Samuel W. Rubenstein will deliver a sermon entitled "Welcome," Cantor P. H. Gell¬ man will chant the Liturgy. Family sorvlces at A.g u d a s Achim are brief and stimulating. They commence promptly at 8:15 p. m. and are concluded at 9:15. Following the "dovenlng," a fellow¬ ship hour, sponaored by the Sister¬ hood, Is held In the social hall. Friends and members are Invited to pay tribute and to welcome new members at the inaugural services. Mr. Warburg aaid that th(; UJA "started out a.s a temporary meas¬ ure nearly 15 years ago to miM't omerge;icica brought on by Hitler's oppression of European .Icwry and today has become a power of en¬ during good." He pointed out that since January 1951, less than three years ago, more than $197,0^0,000 haa been received by the UJA. This figure does not include the sums presented here. Of this 33- month total of $197,000,000, he stressed, $145,000,000 had been made avatrtible for reconatructlon, agricultural development and al¬ lied programs In Israel, and for refugee Immigration tx) Israel. Stresses Aid to Israel Dr. Goldmann told the delegates that Israel in, its sixth year of existence Is passing from an initial period of "development, progress and expansion" into a period of "political, aocial and economic con¬ solidation." He said the nffw state in the next few years could be ex¬ pected to seek to strengthen Its (contlnaetl on paG:e 2} Chairmen for Hadassah''Donor Dinner l-.ii.st week, Hjidassfth'a donor- dinner chairmen met to continue to make plans, and to complete ar¬ rangements for the donor dinner Nov. 8. In the picture are Mrs. Aaron Canowltz. Mrs.. Jule Mark. Mra. Frank Qlasaman, Mrs. B. W. Abramson, Mrs. Leon Schot¬ tensteln, Mrs. Ben Yenkin, (chair¬ man of the dinner) and Mrs. Harry Getz, Through communications with the Haddassah Medical Organiza¬ tion committees in New York and in Israel, the local committee keeps in close touch with Ha- da.sHaira medical program in la¬ rael. All money raised from this donor function and all contribu¬ tions made to it make up a sum of money which goes directly to the HMO in Israel. BEGINNING WITH a small health station for maternity care and treatment of trachoma, HMO has expanded a vast health net¬ work of American type hospitals, health welfare stations, medical and dental clinics, nurses train¬ ing, and a medical school. HMO IIA.S KAUNEI) for Ha- d/iasah the beloved title of "healing hand for Lsrael" by helping to crente within that small, vigorous couritry, as well as in that part of the world, new health facilities bastfd on the best in American heafing, teaching and research practices, Mrs. Martin Schecter urges that donors send In checks Immediately so that reservations can be made and the tickets placed In th6 mail. Please make checks payable to Mrs. Martin Schecter,. 1625 E. Whittier St. ^Menorah BalV Plans Near Completion IVREEYOH-PTA MEETING AT CENTER Mra. Arthur M. Zwelling, Ivreeyoh-PTA chairman of Columbus Hebrew School, announces the opening meeting of the season Tueaday, 8:15 p, m., at the Jewish Center. Mrs. Jack Kooperstein, preaident of Ivreeyoh Society, will open the meeting. Dr. Max P. Kanter, preaident of the Hebrew School, will extend greetings. This will be an excellent opportunity for the parents to-meet with their children's teachers and have a free and mutual exchange of ideas pertaining to their children's education. Refreshments will be served by Ivreeyoh and all parents and frlenda are invited. "State Fair" is Setting for Pioneer Women's Bazaar Tomorrow at Beth Jacob Synagogue Instead of the annual donor dinner, sponsored jointly by Chapters 1 and II, Pioneer Women thla year have prepared a gala bazaar. .It'll start at 4 p. m. tomorrow in the aocial hall of Beth Jacob Synagogue and continue until midnight, .with a setting like that of a state fair. Gamea for children & adulta will precede the supper hour, when food will be served by thp plate or a la carte. Prizes & surprises galore havel been arranged, including draw- irtga for caah awards of $300, $200 and $100, to holders of bazaar do. nation tickets. ' PIONEER WOAfEN arc aelling| theae tickets, before -Sunday's af¬ fair and at the door anytime after 4 p, m. and before the drawings. There will be no admission charge for the bazaar, and the re¬ spective presidents of the two chapters — Mrs. Joe Welner and Mra. David Paine, invite th« entire! community, Including Pioneer's milny friends. ATTENDANCE AT the bftzaar will help provide food, tmlning and care for thousands ofjtS'outhB who are taught to rehabilitate themselves thru health, aelf-re- apect, endurance and courage, plus knowledge In Israel. MRS. JOE WEINER "Go for Goal" was the rallying cry of more than 100 enthusiastic workers at. tho Project Luncheon of B'nai B'rith Women laat Thura¬ day noon at the Jewish Center, to launch the 15th annual fund- raising project of the local chapter. The football theme was carried out in the decorations, even to the goal posts and gallycolored penn¬ ants, and all those present pledged themselves to achieve a "touch¬ down" by reaching the goal set for this year's Menorah-Ball at Valley Dale on Nov. 22, in order to pro¬ vide the funds for B'nai B'rith's far-reaching program of philan¬ thropy, education and youth ac¬ tivities. To the quota given the local chapter Cor such projects as Hillel. tlie Anti-Defamation League, the Leo N, Levi Memorial and the National Jewlah Hospitals. Belle¬ faire in Cleveland and the splen¬ did youth program haa been added this year an extra amount to be raised for furnishing and mainten¬ ance of the B'nai B'rlth Children's Home for Maladjusted Children In Israel, now nearing completion. MRS. MELVIN FURMAN, preal dent, expressed heraelf as being confident that the Columbus Jew- Ish community will demonstrate its Interest in and support of the program of B'nai B'rlth, by con¬ tributing generously to the Menor¬ ah Ball again this year Mrs. David Handler, general I chairman introduced tho officers for this year'a fund-raising project, who ii^cludod; Mra. Alex Clowson, treas; Mra. Meyer Hoffman, sec'y. and Mrs. I. M, Harris, ticket chair¬ man. IN CHARGE OF refreshments for the Menorah Ball ia Mra. Na¬ than Nedelman. Alao introduced were Mrs. Howard Schoenbaum. chairman, and Mrs. Hal Blue, co- chairman of the souvenir program and recipe book, one of the high- lights of the affair each year. Mrs. Murray Barnett and Mrs. Louia Roblna aro co-chairmen of the Children's Menorah Pages, with Mrs. Harry Goldstein serving a-s chairman of the recipe book sec¬ tion, which annually presents the finest in Jewlah cookery to patrons of the Menorah Ball. WORKERS ON THE souvenir program and recipe book include tiie following; Mesdamea A. Bachman. Albert Blank. Manny Bogante, David Beckman. Grant Brandon. B. B, Caplan, Alex Clowson, Irving S, Cohen, Herbert Cummins. Meadames Gerald Friedman, Malcolm Fine, I. W. Garek. Her¬ man Gelchman, Philip Goldberg, I^uia Goldfarb, Sam Gordon. Nat Gorenstein, David Handler. Mesdames I. M. Harris, Paul Her¬ wald, Meyer Hoffman, Sanford Kayne, Goodman Kaplan, Jack Kooperatein, Gilbert Knolls. Mil¬ ton J, Let?man, Louis M. Levin, Mesdamea Maurice Sachs, Jack Schilling. J, D. Schecter, Theodore Schlonsky, Sam J. Schlonaky, Harry Schwartz, Saul Sokol. (continued oa page 2) "NEW MEMBERS" NIGHT IS. OCT. 29 Bryden Rd. Temple Brotherhood "New Members" night Is shaping up. With the announcement of Harlan Randolph as featured speaker, the Brotherhood assures a fine evening, Randolph, whether relating short stories or "tall" tales, or present- ing serious poetry or drama, haa thrilled audiences with hia master¬ ful voice. He recently won a National Competition and has just re¬ turned' from a trip around the world. The "New Membera" night dinner meeting will be at Winding Hol¬ low Country Club Thursday, Oct. 29. and will begin at 6:30 p. m. Res¬ ervations can be made by calling Honey Fiaher at Bryden Rd. Temple, FA. 7838; Bob Aronaon at DO. 9373, or Dan Cohen at DO. 3103. AGUDAS ACHIM BROTHERHOOD LAUNCHES 1953-54 SEASON WITH TURKEY DINNER NEXT THURSDAY Agudas Achim Brotherhood, in operation for the first time last winter, Is starting Its new aeason next Thuraday night with a big dinner meeting in the aynagogue social hall. In addition to the turkey dinner, being prepared by "Gold Caterers," there's to be a brief business meet¬ ing, principally for members to get acquainted with the Brotherhood program and to make any auggQS- tlons desired. The big added attraction will be the aptiearancc of Bob Hall, talented after-dinner speaker and humorist, who la appearing through tho courtesy of the Pfeif- fer Brewing Co. of Detroit. He haa appeared In Columbus before and has always been popular here. Mr, Hall 18 well known to many members of the Columbua Jewiah community and his booking met with the approval of the officers and directors of the Brotherhood. . Resefvatlons muat be in before Tueaday noon. Members ore urged to bring in new members at tho meeting. Dinner price la $1.50. Nate Nedelman is chairman of the program. William Goodman Is president of the Brotherhood.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-10-16|
|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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