Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-12-03, page 01
|Save page Remove page||Previous||1 of 10||Next|
Loading content ...
1 • -. ¦ i Zj[\\jy~Serying Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Ckammuniiy \^j, ^ ' ' i -. ,.r O^ Vol. 32, No. SO COLUMBUS, OHIO.^RIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1954 Devoted to,Amarlcsn and Jewish ld««li KEY FIOURBS IN UND BROTHERS PLANS Right to left are Dr. B.-T. Mlndlin, Dr. Ivan Gilbert and Myer Meilman, three key figures In planning the BIG Chanukah "Celel^ration for Israel" program Wednesday night, Dec. 29, In the Jewish Center auditorium. Sponsored by B'nai B'rith Zlon Lodge 62, the BIG (Bonds for Israel Government) night will bring the famous Lind Brothers singing trio, with their program of "Chozonlc" singing to Columbus. December Last Chance To Buy Bonds in 1954 pr. Ivan Gilbert Is the chairman of the Chanukah "Festival for Israel" program Wednesday night, Dec. 29, at the Jewish Center, feat¬ uring tho LlQd Brothers, famous Chicago singing trio, Myer Meilman, president of Zlon Lodge, B'nai B'rith, which Is sponsoring the evening on behalf of Bonds for Israel, announced. Mrs. Morris N. Taxon has accepted chairmanship of reservations for the program which Is being planned In the form of a dessert banquet, free and open to tho entire community. The three Und Brotheiti—Mur¬ ray, Phil and Dale—are pleasing personalities whose beautiful In¬ terpretation of liturgical and can¬ torial music have won them a wide fpUowlHg. Their repertory includes music in the oaatemporary,~popular vein as well, and they are at much at home on the theatre stage as they are In leading synagogues. In order to build an "advance sale" and reach those In ColUmbus who haven't bought a bond this year, Zlon Lodge Is organUljip a team of workers from am^ng Its membership to solicit sales pros¬ pects at their homes or places of business. A meeting this Sunday, 1 p. m., at Center will be devoted to the workers^who have agreed to accept a kit with prospects and sell bonds during December. Among those who are thus serving the following: Dr. B. T. Mlndlin, Louis Acker- man, Jack Belzer, Lazar Broner, Grant Brandon, Phil Bornsteln, Leon Handier, Don Erkis, Bernard Feltllnger. Mel Furman, Arthur Melzlish, Morris Paine, Leonard Ozeroff, Ira Rakley, Saul Sokol. Leonard Dworkin, Ben Zuker¬ man, Richard Grundsteln, Dave Galser, Gory Kerstein, Howard Schoenbaum, Morris Swedlow, Cody Zelizer. Harold Hillson, Mort Feigen¬ baum, Leonard Qulnn, Abe Moll- man, Louis M. Levin, Abe Luper, Ike Cohen and the following men who already have prospect cards: I. J. Stone, Joe Walsman, Herb Cummins, Charles O'Koon, Jack Wolman, Horold Koyne, Dr. B. W. Abramson, Ira Monroe, I. E. Seal¬ fon, Norman Melzlish, B^ Kahn, Ray Kahn, Abo Wolman, Dr. Paul Meyer, Dr. Arthur Cohen. A number of women, led by Mrs. Sherman Sharwell, chairman at a luncheon held last Wednesday at Bonka's reported their selling ef¬ forts and agreed to help in pipns for reservations and otlier efforts wherein women excel. Among the women participating <eoatlna«d on psfo 3) T. I. Men's Club Stag: Tuesday Tiforeth Israel Men's Club will hold Its December sta(-atudy group session Tuesday, 8:S0 p. ra., In the social hall of Broad St. Temple. Featured will be a discussion group to be led by Ra6bl Nathan Zelizer. Many topics pertaining to traditional, and modern Jewish problems will be discussed. In addition to study group, to be held after a short business meeting, cards and other recreation will bo scheduled. J^ usual, buffet refresh¬ ments will be served under the di¬ rection of Irving Price. Admission to the affair is free to all paid-up members. Information on Joining the Club may be had from officers at. the meeting, or any officers of the temple. OOUNCILETTE8 SPONSOR •WINTEB WHna/ DEO 11 Councllettes' annual "Winter Whirl" win be held at the Jewlah Center Saturday, Dec. 11, B p. m, to U. Price of tho dance la ilM, with muslo to be provided by Billy Wald's combo. The dance Is semi formal and tbe community Is in¬ vited. Special Program for Golden Age Club The Golden Age Club will have a Joint meeting with the Education for Family Living Committee, Wednesday, 8:30 p. m., at the Cen¬ ter. A ona-act play. "The-Room Up¬ stairs," Win be presented. It deals with harmonious family living, a subject both young and old should understand and think about. A discussion will follow the pi;e- sentotlon, led by Rabbi Nathan ZeUzer. The bus will make Its regular stops on Livingston Ave., starting at 7:30 p. m. The play will be presented by Family Players of Ohio State Uni¬ versity "rheatre. It Is produced through the National Mental Health Act and tbe Ohio Division ^ Mental Hygiene and the OSU 'Theatre. Refreshments will be served by Mesdames Lozor Brener, Jack Marks, Bernard Mentser, Henry Samuels and Ted Schmidt. BETH JACOB EUECnoNS SCHEDULED DEC. 12 At a special meeting to be held by the Beth Jacob congregation Sunday, Dec.*l2, 2 p. m., election of officers, will take place. Annual statements of vital Importance will be submitted at the meeting. AM members ore urged to keep the date open and to attend. Refresh¬ ments' will be served by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|l||||||l|' 1 Ivreeyoh's Annual Affair at 1 1 Agudas Achim Tomorrow | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Dinner, music and Bllx Ruskey^- That's the Une-up for Ivreeyoh Society's annual dinner-dance this Sunday, 6 p. m., in the social hall of Agudas Achim synagogue. All workers for the dinner arc turning In gratifying reports to assure the auccess of the evening and the fulfillment of their pledges to the Columbus Hebrew School. The fol lowing chairmen head the list of workers for this Ivreeyoh project: Mrs. David Hurwltz, fund-raising chairman; Mrs. Joseph Mlnkln, dinner chairman; Mrs. Morris Paine, decorations chairman; Mrs. Bernard Solomon, ticket chairman; Mrs. Philip Waldman, ad book treasurer; Mesdames Emll and Daniel Haas, co-chairmen of Chil¬ dren & Memorial pages; Mrs. Mor¬ rey Cohen, Professional page chair- man; Mrs. Jack Schachet, program chairman. The women bringing In ads for the annual ad book are:, Mesdames Edgar Bachman,. Har¬ old Bahr, Fred Beckman, Sam Brandt, Irving Chastn. Mesdames Don Erkls, Dave Gals¬ er, Jack Gelln. David Hurwitz, Jack Koopersteln, Joseph Mlnkln, Harry Nacdimen, Sam Newpoff, William NuUman. Mesdames L Nutls, Morris Paine, Robert Palnc, Max Bobbins, Inez Selgel, Jock Schilling, Albert Shkolnik, Bernard Solomon, Roy Wolfe, Joseph Zimmerman, Arthur ZwelUng. Highllgtit of the evening will feature Bllx Ruskay, who has been acclaimed as a comedienne ^d character actress. She presents an unusual one-woman show consist¬ ing of her own original sketches and translations from Yiddish and Hebrew folklore. Believing the true art of the monologlst lies In the power of suggestion and the ability to create vivid and dramatic contrasts, Miss Ruskay has so de¬ signed her program that she never leaves the stage. With her make¬ up kit and a bag of costume bits, she transforms herself before the eyes of the spellbound audience, carrying her listeners enthralled from Backstage to Onstage, with¬ out a pause. Miss Ruskay Is a "must" on your 1954 calendar of entertainment. Bob Marvin and his orchestra will complete the evenlAg with dancing. ^^ Miss Bllx Ruskay's program is arranged through the cooperation of the Jewish Center Lecture Bureau of the National Jewish Welfare Board. CHANUKAH PARXV AT BETH JACX>B STNAGOOUB A Chanukah party-wUl be tn the social hall of Beth Jacob synagogue Wednesday, 12:80 p. m. Mrs. J. D. Folkman will speak on "Chanu- kak." . There will be a gift exchange and each member U asked to bring a gift and cardi. T. L Sisterhood's Luncheon Monday TIfereth Israel Sisterhood will hold a regular meeting tn the form of a dessert luncheon, Mon¬ day. 12:30 p. m., In the education building. A timely and Interesting topic will be dlBGUBsed by a panel group, following the luncheon. Rubject under discussion will be Chanukah In tbe schools ^ "Do the schools feel a responsibility toward the Jewish child In regard to Chanukah?" Those participating on the panel will be Mr. Paul Swinger, principal of Falrmoor School, Rabbi Nathan '.Zelizer and Mrs. Dudley QUck, who will present the parent's viewpoint. Mrs. Norman Katz will moderate the discussion. Members are reminded that young children will be cared for in the nursery during the meeting^by' Mrs. Kraus. Gift shop articles will again be on display and for sale before and after the meeting. Many beautiful Chanukah items are available thla year. A EAKLY BETUBNS cUSBiflfMl ad in The Chronicle will brtoK quick respon.ea. Call ni at CA. 4-29M OHIO-JWV MEETING A meeting of the Department of Ohio, Jewish War Veterans, Is scheduled this Sund^, 1 p. m., at the Deshler-Hllton Hotel. AZA DANCE TONIGHT AT JEWISH CENTER The adult lounge of the Jewish Center will be the scene of AZA's dance tonight. It's an open affair^ 75c, stag or drag. Ehitertolnment will Include BUI Katz & Al Mink, the "Highlight¬ ers," and mambo and Jitterbug con¬ tests. MRa HARRT SCHWARTZ Parents "Pow-Wow" anel Announced A panel of well-known local fathers and mothers of teen-agers will discuss questions relating to teen-age boys and girls at a meet¬ ing next Tuesday, 8 p. m. at the Center. Panelists Include: Mrs. Harry Schwartz, moderator; Mrs. B. W. Abramson, Mrs. August Schofer, Mr. Joseph Zox and Mr. WlUlaU Kahn. This panel will discuss such Questions as: "Parents attitudes and behavior as an example tor the teen-ager"; "behavior patterns of the teen-ager at home," and "privi¬ leges and restraints." This program is under the chair¬ man ship of Mrs. Mark Feinknopf^ and the following parents are on the Center committee which pre¬ sents these discussions: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Zacks, Mr. an4 Mrs. Al Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Hol^ Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Julius .Wasserstrom, Mr. and Mrs. William Wasserstrom. "Installation Dinner At Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Brotherhood's in¬ stallation dinner will be held at the aynagogve Wednesday, 7 p. m., with Melville D. Frank installing the new officers. Jovial Nate CoopersmitH" will be master of cereraonlea and a flocial hour will follow the dinner and program. Officers to be Installed are: Pres., Dr. Charles Young; Idt vlce- Prea., Leonard Haas; 2nd v-P, Dr. Mitchell Goodman; corr. sec'y, Joe Cohen; rec. seC'y, .Al Shames; treas., Harold Hillson. The dinner Is free to all paid-up members. All members will be con¬ tacted by telephone for reserva¬ tions. Council Women to Distribute New Telephone Directories at Meeting Tho new, completely up-to-the minute telephone directory of the Columbus Section, Council of Jew¬ ish Women, will be given to every member who attends the next meeting of the Section, Tuesday, U:80 p. m., at Bryden Rd. Temple. This Is the first time In three years that a directory has been Usued, and under the capable direction of Mra. Simon P. Berg and a large committee, the new edition Is com¬ plete In every detsul, giving first names of membersi addresses and telephone numbers, as well as a wealth of advertising material from local merchants find trades¬ people. Every member ot OdunoU la entitled to one free iapx ot this book, and Is therefore urged, to attend Tuesday's meeting, when they will be distribute^. According to Mrs. Harry Cutler, prognfn chairman, the agenda for tho afternoon will be Interest¬ ing, Informative and provocative. Tbe University Players, a wing of the American Art Theater OroMp; will present the one-act play, "The Room Upstairs." This presentation, which will be pro¬ fessional In every way, will be followed by a discussion period con¬ tend around the theine of the play, with Mrs. Ilobert Holmes act¬ ing oa dhicusalon leader. Following the pattern set at last month'a meeting, It la expected that tbe discussion will be lively and Inter- estlng, carrying out Council's plan of bringing to Its' members the opportunity to combine entertain¬ ment with Information and edu¬ cational programs.' Preceding the meeting, Mrs Henry Qurevitz Euid her hospitality committee will serve a dessert .tea. The opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Theodore Gup. A report on the oontemporaiy world scene, especially aa it offacta the position of the Jewa In current world attain, will be given by Mrs. Joseph. Horchow, aectlon Inte^. preter. I^. Ben Kahn wU>'preside at the meeting.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-12-03|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
|Rights||This item may have copyright restrictions. Online access is provided for research purposes only. For rights and reproduction requests or more information, go to http://www.ohiohistory.org/images/information|
|Image Height||Not Available|
|Image Width||Not Available|