Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-07-30, page 01
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ll t^l, ^[\//~SeTvmq Columbus and Central Ohio Jewi* VoL 32, No. 31 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1954 Pavotad fo American and Jawisn IdeaU / NEXT "B" DA Y SCHEDULED A UG. 18 Wednesday, Aug. 18, has t>oen set as "B" day by ttie JewUh Com¬ munity Blood Donor Council, at the Jewish Center. Many OilumbuN residents have taken advantage ot^he blood program when emergen¬ cies have hit their families. When you are called, plea«e make tui ap¬ pointment The need for blood Is great. HADASSAH PREPARING BUSY SEASON FOR 1954-1955^ TWO DELEGATES WILL ATTEND CONVENTION IN NEW YORK Hcuiassah Wortien are taking no summertime vacation, as far as their organizational work is concerned. The Membership committee, for Instance, under the chairm'anship of Mra. Daniel Feder ^d Mra. Paul Callif, met at Mrs. Calllf's home to plan the fall campaign. The Donor oommittee, with Mra. Ben Yenkin as chairman, ia preparing an¬ other outstanding event. Mrs. Harold Edelstein and Mrs. Sanford Lipson are Program chairmen for 1954-55, and have new Ideas for monthly meetings. Delegates from Columbus to the 40th annual national convention of Senior Hadassah will be Mra. Jer¬ ome Fiaher, president of the local chapter, and Mra. Edelstein. The convention will be In New York City, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Aug. 22-25. The 1954 convention, which will be addreased by prominent Ameri¬ can and Israeli leaders, wilt have the responsibility of blue-printing Hadassah's $9,000,000 program of medical, social welfare, child rescue and rehabilitation, vocational edu¬ cation, land redemption in Israel, and of fostering a creative Jewish life in the U. S. thru Jewish educa¬ tion. The organization's active ef¬ forts on behalf of American de¬ mocracy will aJso be evaluated. Among those who will address the convention are Sen. A. S. Mon roney of Oklahoma; Israel Ambas¬ sador to the U. S., Abba Eban Mayor Robert Wagner of New York; Dr. Kalman J. Mann, Di¬ rector General of the Hadassah Medical Organization in larael, and Moshe Kol, of Jerusalem, di¬ rector of the World Youth Aliyah movement. HABIAIAH TROUPE PARIS, (JTA)-Hablmah Theatre o^ Tel Aviv played to a "standing room only" audience In the. Sarah Bernhardt Theatre here, perform¬ ing H. L/elvik's classic play, "The Golem," as tho culminating feature of tho three-month "Festival of Dramatic Art" organized by the City of Paris. Critics and members of the aud-< ience cheered the performance, re¬ calling the players for seven cur¬ tain calls. A large section of the diplomatic corps attended. Mizrachi Women's Linen Shower , Aug. 10 Mrs. David Raikin Is general chairman for Mizrachi -Women'a annual linen ahower-and bake sale Tuesday, Aug. 10. 2 p. m. to 5, In the gardens at the Home of Mrs. A. L Yenkin, 381 S. Drexel Ave. All proceeds of this affair will be used for the purchnae of linens for the many institutions maintained in Israel by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. Members and friends of the local chapter are urged to attend, and to bring cards for their enjoyment that afternoon. Refreshments will be served. According to Mrs. Max Kanter, president of Mizrachi Women, the change to the Monday meeting date was a huge success, and a large number of women attended the last meeting, at which Mrs. M. Schatzberg served as hostess. Mrs. Harry Friedman gave the opening prayer, and also presented a very fine papet- on'current events, which proved Interesting and Informative. Henceforth, all regular meetings of the organization will be held on the last Monday of each month. Mrs. J. Seldel is chairman of the drawings soon to be undertaken by Mizrachi Women. As has been her custom for many years in the past, Mrs. Harry Sher¬ man has donated two $25 U. S. Savings Bonds-to tbe organization, in the memory of her father, the late Eli Winter, for the affair. In addition, a h^d-knit stole, made and donated by Mrs. Rose Polisar, will also be awarded. Mizrachi Women are grateful to the Grove City Furniture Co., for its contribution of'tickets for this event. ALL-DAY PICNIC AT LAKE HOPE This is the last call for the' all- day picnic planned by "Club 25" to-, morrow at Lake Hope. The ffroup will leave the Center at 9:30 a. m. Transportation wlU be provided for those who need it. Sign posts and markers will be placed along the roads leading to Lake Hope, for those who will be driving from areas, other than Co¬ lumbus. Cost of the picnic is $2. which in¬ cludes transportation, picnic lunch and refreshments awimming and group sports. All athletic equip¬ ment will be provided by the Cen¬ ter recreation dep't. ,Additional information, regarding , transportation, etc., can be obtain¬ ed by calling Ruth Cohon, Social & Program chairman, DO. 9383. " The route to Lake Hope: Route 33, aouth to Nelsonville, then Route 278 west, directly to Lake Hope. SBNIOK CITIZENS AT SUMMER CAMP—exciting new develop¬ ment in American Jewish life. All over the country, Jewish Community Centers affiliated with and aerved by National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). are welcoming and providing camp programs for older adults as well as youngsters. Croquet games in peaceful country setting Is one of many pleasani, healthful pastimes. In addition, 'Golden Agers' have a chance to enjoy arts and crafts, music, dramatics, forums, boat¬ ing, fishing', table games—all guided by experienced group leaders. ISRAEL. MKMBER OF INTERNATIONAJ. MONETARY FUND UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. fAJP) — The U. N. announced this week that Israol haa been accepted as a member of the International Mone¬ tary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Develop¬ ment. Ambassador Abba Eban, on July 12, signed the articles of Agree¬ ment of both Inatltutions. larael's quota in the International Fund la $4,500,000 and Ita subscription to the capital stoek of the Bank la 45 shares with a total par value of $4,500,000. The admlasion of Israel, the 57th nation to become a. member of the I'^und and Bank, brings the total of membera' quotaa In the Fund to $8,852,900,000. GOVERNOR MEYNER BLASTS McCARTHY NEW YORK, N. Y. (AJP) --- Speaking at the 6th annual conference on American Foreign Policy at Colgate Unlveralty lEist week. Governor Robert B. Meyner of New Jersey charged that McCarthy had "done more than any Individual of our time to damage America In the eyes of the world. This is the man," he aald, "whoae performance has caused our frlenda and allies abroad to wonder how American foreign policy is made. Some of them think thai: McCarthy is on his way to the White House. God forbid!" Stating that some good Americans "have come under the spell of witch-hunters," the New Jersey Governor added that many among them "have become fearful oi holding or ex- preaalng liberal views leat they bo called Reda, Left-wingera, bleeding- hearts, parlor-pinks or some other epithet coined by reactionaries and demagogues." Jewish Agency Has Special Status JERUSALEM, (JTA) -An agree¬ ment establishing a apecial status for the Jewiah Agency in Ita acti¬ vities in larael was formally aign- ed between the Israel Government and the Jewiah Agency in the prea- ence of membera of the Cabinet and of the Agency's executive. Signing for the Israel Govern¬ ment wa^ Moshe Sharett, while Dr. Nahum Gt>ldmann and Berl Lock¬ er, co-chairmen of tho Jewish Agency executive, signed for the Agoncy. The agreement became ef¬ fective immediately. A letter at¬ tached to the agreement provides that the chairman of the Jewish Agency shall hold the . rank of Minister. Other membera of the Agency executive will have the s.ime rank as members of the Is¬ rael Parliament. Under the provisions of the agreement, the Jewish Agency is entitled to carry on Immigration, absorption and colonization work, as well as to establish new in¬ dustrial enterprises In Israel and to enlarge old ones. It can also act to attract private Investment from abroad to Israel. The government win provide the Agency with cer¬ tain facilities, which are yet to be worked out, as part of the agree¬ ment. Both the Israel Government and the Jewish Agency will have equal representation on a coordi¬ nating board which will deal with immigration and absorption prob¬ lems. Herb Levy Elected 1955 UJF Chairman Herbert S. Levy was unanimous¬ ly and enthusiastically elected Gen¬ eral Campaign chairman ot the ]gBS United Jewiah Fund campaign at a meeting of ita Board ot Di¬ rectors and campaign leaders held on July IS. Samuel Melton, vice- president and 10^1 campaign chair¬ man ot the United Jewish Fund^ mode the nomination. He stated: "Herb Levy has demonstrated such great enthusiasm tor the Fund and the cause it represents that I know he will make a great leader. Ip the last tew years, he has served as one of the co-chairmen of Special Gifts. This year ho did a marvelous Job ss chairman of this division—^the division responsible for bringing In most of the money in our campaign. "Herb Levy haa demonstrated qualities of leadership and Imagi¬ nation, perserverance and devotion, and he will, I know, lead us to a.ucceas In continuing the fine tradition which Sam Shinbach and our other campaign leaders have established." "He comes from an Illustrious family In our community. His father has earned life membership and honorary memberahip on our Board. His brother has been a past Campaign .chairman and past president of the Community Chest. His wife is one of the leaders of the Women's "Division—a member of its Steering Committee. His sis¬ ter, Mr^. Allen Gundershclmer^ls a past chairman of the Woman's Division and still one of its Advis¬ ory Counoil. Thus Herb continues a fine tradition of family aervice." Herb has been president of the Winding Hollow Country Club, a memb<' of the Jewish Centor Board, B'noi B'rith, Community Relations Committee of the Anti- Defamation League and Jewish MB. LEVY. Community Council, and a member of the Board of tho Bryden Rd. Temple. Past campaign chairman Troy Felbel, I. W. Garek, Harry Roth and Melville D. Frank, a leader In various divisions of the campaign, and Fred Yenkin, president of the Fund, also expressed their convic¬ tion that Herb Levy would con¬ tinue the wonderfut work done by this year's Campaign chairman, Samuel Shinbach. . Mr. Levy, after .being elected, ex¬ pressed his appreciation of the honor and the confidence imposed In him. He spoke warmly and feel¬ ingly of the purposes of the United Jewish Fund. He felt that it had boon one of the forces In makln, Columbus a fine place in which live. He felt that thla community haa been good to people here, and that ho and his family feel strong¬ ly the obligation to make their con¬ tribution to its welfare. Sach Individual has the obliga¬ tion to contribute what he can to¬ wards helping his fellow man. He expressed the determination to dp all that he could to" make the caiji' palgn a success because he belieyea in its objectives with all bis heart He paid tribute to Samuel Shin¬ bach, 1954. Ounpaign chairman and to those who had preceded him. He asked for cooperation of all those who havo worked In these campalgils. OHIO ZOA OFFICBRS FOB 'M-BS NAMED Now officers of the Ohio Zionist OrganlzMon pf America (or 1984- aro as follows: president, Dave. Galser; vice-presidents, Maurice Chanls, Jacob H. Gilbert, Dr. Max P. Kanter and Sidney Katz; sec'y,. Fred M. L^vl, treas, Abe.Jacobton.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-07-30|
|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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