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l\\\]/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Vol. 33, No. 52 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, DEC. 23, 1955 MR. WEINSTOCK Elected for 3rd Term Presidency Vollner Society's annual inatal- Intion banquet will be held at Beth Jacob Synagogue thia Sunday. The slate of officers for 1956 U headed by Morris Weinstock, re-elected president for a third straight term. Jock Sussman Is vice-president and Abe Mendel will serve as treasurer. Tniflteea for the year are; Bill Givets, Dave Gaiser, Harry Mas- ser, Joe KruU, Jake Pass, Dave Goodman, Louis Ostrofsky, Morris Aar6n, Abe Luper, Alex Romanhof. Honorary trustees are: Harry Bcekman, Ben Rosen, George Goodmani H. Plnkelsteln, Morris Horowitz. On the advisory board is Jerofne Solove. Sunday's aff&lr will start at 5:30 p. m. Rabbi Solomon Poupko of Beth Jacob Congregation will be the In¬ stallation officer and will also conduct memorial services for de¬ parted members of Vollner Society. Follo^ving those services, dinner wlU be served in the social hall of Beth Jacob, after which will be a sociaj hour. Speakers for the evening will be Rabbi Samuel Rubenstein of Agu¬ das Achim and Rabbi Nathan ZeU- zer of Temple. Tifereth Israel. Morris Jonas will be toE^tmaster. SPECIALS SABBATH AT AGUDAS ACHIM . Friday cvcnlnK, r)o<;. W, hius been designated a.** Brotherhood Sab- litith at Agudas Achitti Synugngui'. It will bo the third annual fiffair I'hairman and the hpur-Iong AHAD H-AM COURSE IS FEATURED IN INSTITUTE Ahad H'tuai, the famous 10th Century exponent of Cultural ZIonlam, will be the subject of Rabbi Harry Kaplan's next series of lectures In the Institute of Jew¬ ish Studies term, scheduled to be¬ gin Wednesday, Jan. 4 at the Jew¬ ish Center. ¦ Returning^ to the Institute facul¬ ty after an absence of several ternui. Rabbi Kaplan has been ask¬ ed to offer a course on the writ. Ings of this great philosopher of the Zionist movement. Asher Glnz- berg, born In 1B68 and better known by his pen-name Aliod H-am, meaning "one of the peo¬ ple," Is also Icnown as the philoso¬ pher of spiritual Zionism. In hia course, using Ahad H-am's PblloMphia Judaic^, aa the course text. Rabbi Kaplan will present the great scholar's writings from the point of view of their current significance and implications. Other courses dffered in the win¬ ter term ot the Institute will be Rabbi B. W. Rubenstein's course on Hie Bii|l»—From Abraham to Howai a continuation of the fall . term oouise on 0iebttm Fbr Be. (MBilaatd aa paca •> "ALICE IN WONDERUND" TO FEATURE TEMPLE ISRAEL FAMILY NIGHT JAN. 7 What observers know to be one of the most ambitious and pro¬ fessionally prepared performances ever seen in Columbus will be tbc Temple Israel Brotherhood and Rose E. LAzarus Sisterhood production of "Alice in Wonderland" Saturday, Jan. 7. 8 p. m., at the Jewish Center. The original concept at this classic, loved and enjoyed by adults and children for over a century, will feature magnificent choreography, extravagant costumes, a brilliant musical background and many sets, especially designed for the single night performance. This musical dancing visit' to Alice's Wonderland has been in re¬ hearsal and preparation for over three months, and is the focal point of Temple Israel's "Family Night" affair. Sol Zell, prcsidnnt of the Temple Brotherhood, i.s Koncral chairman of the event. Mrs. Howard Bloom, experienced and talented show director, is producer and director of "AUce." MrH. Dnvtd Blue !s di¬ rector of choreography. Dozens of original costumes for the gay fan¬ tasy were designed and sewn un¬ der the supervision of Mra. Aaron Horowitz. Dr. Simon Sculler Is in charge of the sets. Lighting is sup¬ ervised by Samuel Lubin. Mrs. Ir¬ win Barkan is in charge of props, and Don Bloom is sound tech¬ nician. Mrs. Sol Zell is the accomplished pianist who will accompany the dancers and singers. Those who assisted Mrs. Horowitz in the sew¬ ing of the costumes Include Mrs. Armand Abel, Mrs. Richard Abel, Mrs. Lou Gertner, Mrs. Francis Rush. Mrs. Eugene Jackson, Mrs. Flossie Katz and Mrs. Leo Blum. Children and members who will appear Irt the dramatic portion of the production are; Amy Blue, Gary Bloom, .lessle -Wile, Judy WUe, Sharon Kahn, Barbara Forman, Carolyn Forman, Vlda Blue, Richard Shenk, MilU- cent Russell. Susan. Gurevitz, Shernin Simson, Butch Meyers, Larry Haas. Peter Blue, Jeff Stern, Marlone Blum, Evle Simon, Linda Krakoff, Bar¬ bara Zox. Jeff Blum, Margaret Wolf, Terry Rose, Judy Haas, Cindy Levoff, Laurie Alexander, Elllen 2k)x, Mar¬ sha Levison, Leslee Jackson, Sus¬ an Weil. Penny Fenburr, Carol Gllck, Laurie Kahn, Lynn Skilken, Philip Levoff. Eddie Weston, Samara Sokol, Chuck Sher, Steve Hofhelmer, Mark Lackrltz, Jane Schlff, Danny Levoff. Children and members who will appear in the dancing portion are: Mrs. Stanley Davis, Mrs. Irving Bromberg, Mrs. Morrle Bromberg, Amelia Fatt» Patty Shaman, Donha Jean Davis, Wendy Alexander, Gerry Rush, Connie Gilbert. Debbie Goldsmith, Judy Engel- man, Judy Newpoff, Barbara Gol¬ den, Lynn Goorey, Betty Jean Har*- rls. Mrs. Sidney Blatt, Ruth Ann Gllck, Joyce Friedman, Mrs. Stan¬ ley Klein. sponsored by the group. Sandy Timen is has arranged for worship. Brotherhood members will lead the prayers. Rabbi S. W. Ruben¬ stein and Cantor Philip Gellman will also participate, as will Dave Zisenwlne. a talented youngster representing the mlnyonaire pro¬ gram sponsored by the Brother¬ hood, The public is Invited to be gueaU of the Brotherhood on its annual sabbath. A social hour will follow Services wlH be conducted by Rabbi Rubenstein and Cantor Gell. man and the following: Harold Kayne. Leonard Q'uinn, Bernard Caplan, Sanford Finkc. Howard Schoe-nbaum. Leon Beck, Lazar Broner, Jack Belzer. Dr. Ben Gert¬ ner, Harry Nacdlnien. Arthur Katz, Lou Berliner. William Good¬ man, Iz Zeldln. President Nedelman will intro¬ duce the speakers, David Zisen¬ wlne and Irving Gertner. Ushers for the evening will be Irving Chasln, Louis Thall, Morris Gold, Sanford Cohen and Morris Horwitz. Pulpit guests will be Nate Nedelman and Sanford Tlmen. Aaron Zacks, chairman of the SpecioJ Glftn Division of the Colum- buH United Jewish Fund, preHontH a chock from the tlJF to Sol Luck, nuin, chairman of ihe National L'nlted App<;al of the UJA at the con¬ ference in New York City \vlhI w«ik-end. The chex^k Ik part payment from the Il»55 campaign pledgew In Columbus. United Jewish] Appeal Goal is $i05,000,000. NEW YORK, IJTA) - The 18th annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal concluded here with the'adoption of'a regular nationwide goal of $106,000,000 for 1956 and resolution to press forward vigorously with the simultaneous raising of the extraordinary Special Fund originally set at $25,000,000 but opened up at the conference to make way for the raising of the greatest possible amount, in the light of Israel's growing economic needs. Tlie 1,400 delegate^ from all parts of the country re-elected William Rosenwald general clialrman of the UJA for the second year in succession. Edward M. M. Warburg weis renamed president and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman was re;-elected executive vice-chairman. 'YIDDISHE MAMA' NETS $100 PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) -- "A Ylddlshe Mama" contributed an¬ other $100 to the Allied Jewish Ap¬ peal here. It was not however a literal Ylddlshe mama, many of whom have done exactly that In the past. This Ylddlshe mama was a song by the same name. It all began when singer Billy Daniels, who Is appearing at a night club here, sang the afore¬ mentioned song. His rendition of the number touched one of the list¬ eners, Isadore Katz, so much that he stepped right up and handed Daniels a check for $100. Not to be outdone, neither in being touch¬ ed nor In being pbilanthropic. Daniels promptly banded the check over to the Allied Jdwisb Appe^. WINTER WHIRL AT CENTER TONIGHT The annual Winter Whirl dance sponsored by the Young Adult Planning committee will be held tonight, 9-12:30, In the Center audi¬ torium. The "Five Kings of Rhy¬ thm," featuring Dick Goldstein at the piano, will play for dancing and the affair Is open to the pub¬ lic. Miss Sandy Brahms is chairman, assisted by Harlene Goldfarb, re¬ freshments; Joe Sanders, tickets; Sid Simons, Alice Hirsch, Adele Goldman and Joan Gross, decora¬ tions; and Roberta Koven. posters. Young Adults from Cincinnati, Dayton, Louisville and Indianapolis will participate. Members of "Club 26" and Young Married Couples have also been invited. Coat for the evening will be $1 per person for Center members, $1.26 for non-members. Tickets may be purchased from any mem¬ ber of the Planning committee or at the door. Mrs. Golda Myerson, Minister of Labor in the Government of Israel and the principal speaker at the final session, scored Egyptian Pre. mier Nasser's "accumulation of arms while setting up a Jimoke- screen of talk about peace." She said: "In Jerusalem, we see no single reason why Mr. Nasger's protestations regarding his desire for peace should be token at their face value," she declared. When wo see Nasser accumulating arms," Mrs. Myerson stated, "we In Israel can only come to the con¬ clusion that one and one equals two." With respect to Israel's poltcics and actions, Mrs. Myerson declar¬ ed : "I challenge anybody anywhere to prove oiij single instance-of Is¬ rael aggression against its Arab neighbors. I am speaking of any act taken on the initiative of the Israel Government without prove- cation. There have been acts of retaliation, but that Is because we have the audacity to believe that Israeli blood is as Important as the blood of anyone else." Rosenwald, In a keynote address that brought an assessment of this year's campaign, told the delegates that "1956 brought a halt to the downward trend In giving" and lauded American Jews for what he teontlnned on P^fe B> SISTERHOOD IVfEETINO Regular meeting o f Ahavas Sholom Sisterhood is Wednesday, 1 p. m., at the synagogue. Mrs. Harry Lakin will preside and a re¬ port will be made on the annual installation dinner. Mrs. Lakin takes this means to thank all who helped with the din¬ ner and those who attended. There will be no Sunday School until Jan. 8. EARLY DEADLINE FOR NEXT TWO ISSUES Because of the upcoming holidays, deadline for copjr in the next two Chronicle editions (Dec. 30 and Jan. T) will be Tuesday noon (Dec. 27 and Jan. 3). Photographic material must be in the (3>ronlcle office by the preceeding Friday of each Issue. The (Chronicle will not accept responsibility (or publication of ar¬ ticles If submitted; L—tn long-hand Instead ot larpewrltten, double spaced; t—later than noon| Wednesday. Deadline for photographic material is Monday, bjr 10 a. m. TO REVIEW BOOK FOR PIONEERS I Pioneer Women, Chapter n, will have aa their guest Wednesday evening ot the Center, Hersch Zitt, Activities Director of Temple Tif¬ ereth Israel. He will review the current best-seller, "Lost Tempta-- tion." The meeting will start at 8 p. m. Mrs. Wm. Klsch, president of the Chapter, will then make a report on the national convention . for Pioneer Women which she attend¬ ed In Canada. , Instead of the usual (Sianukj^ celebration and gift exchange, there will be a LJNEN SHOWBR for Israel. New or used linens are desperately needed In Israel, iliere is an urgent need for the follow¬ ing Items; sheets, towels, plUow cases, table cloths, kitchen towels, diapers and quilts. The opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Sam Ourevltz. Refreshments will be served by hospitality chairmen, Mrs. Jack Shaucet and Mrs. Joe Rpsen, and their hostesses for the evening: Mesdames Jerry Bloomfteld, James Freidenberg, Horry Rubin and Lillian Btepbena.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-12-23|
|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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