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2j[\V/y Serving Colvunbus and Central Ohio Jev/ish Com>.- BR;*s^i: Vol. 33, No. 35 COLUMBUS, OHIO, f=RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1955 Above are the worUors for next week's "Bar- No-One" picnic being Nponsored by tho United Syna¬ gogue Youth organization of ColumbUH. L(>ft to right: Wendy Abrams, Evan Kress. Sherri liosen. Joyce Shkolnik (chairman}, Dehbtc Subow. Mike Berliner nnd Nancy Smoler. U.S. Attempts to Halt Gaza Strife JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The United Stnles Intervened with the Israel and Egyptian Governnnents to get them lo refrain from further hostilities along the Gaza strip frontier and to resume the Gaza paci¬ fication talks broken off last week by the Egyptians. U. S. Ambassador Ediyard B. Lawson called on Premier Moshe Sharett to deliver his government's plea. After Ambassador Lawson's visit. Premier Sharett called the Israel Cabinet, to an extraordinary session on the security situation. Thursday morning, several hours before Ihe newly-elected Parliament was scheduled to meet on lhe situation of the North African Jews. These developments came even as the United Nations chairman of the Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission postpojlra^a sched- uled_mecling of the MAC, suggesting thaiit was "inconvenient" lo hold such "a meeting at Kilometre 95, the bgrder site of MAC meetings, be¬ cause of the shooting along the demarcation line. Early Tuesday a flight of Israel fighters took to the air lo chase a group of Egyptian planes which had violated Israel nir space over the southwestern Up ot the Goza area. The Egyptian planes did not wall to get a close look at (he Israel pilots, but turned tail and hurried back across the border as the Israel fighters approached. I (A report from London c-iling 'Bar-No-One' Picnic Thursday For USY' Using ft picnic theme of "Bar- No-One." United Synagogue Youth (if Columbus will sponsor its first major function of the new season Thursday. The picnic, for members (lid and new, will be held at the home of Alice Benls, 330 S. Drexel, 6 p. m., with Kayla Polster as chairman and Joyce Shkolnik as co-chairman. Miss Polster is in charge of membership. In case of rain, the picnic will be h^ld at Broad St. Temple. The executive cpmmittee ot VSY has made a policy of inviting tho entire Jewish teen-age youth group to the picnic. The Invitation committee, headed by Sherri Ros¬ en, has mail<?d out invitations to all Jewish high school youth. Evan Kress, In charge of the entertainment committee, and Jerry Zelizer, USY's program vioe- YOUNG ADULTS HOLD DISCUSSION TUESDAV "Loyalty Oaths and Freedom" will be the subject of a panel and dis<7ussion at the Young Adult Planning Committee meeting Tiiesday, 8:30 p. m., at the Center. Panelists will be Phillip Bradley, Columbus lawyer and chairman of B'nal B'rith's ADL committee. Although sponsored by the Young Adult planning Committee, anyone Interested in attending and participating In discussing this timely topic is welcome. preaident, are planning a presen¬ tation depicting the platform and aims f)f United Synagogue Youth. Nancy Sornar, chairman of the fo(id conimitlce. is hiisy with her workers planning the menu. Deb¬ bie Subow and her telephone ciim- EARLV DEADLINE Because of Labor. Day, copy for next weeic's Chronicle must be sub¬ mitted by noon Tuesday. Fall Fashions to Be Modeled Sept 13 Newest fall fashions will be pre¬ sented at the opening meeting of the Agudas Achim Sisterhood Tuesday, Sept, 13, In the social hall of the synagogue. A petite lunch¬ eon will be served at 12:30 by Mrs. J. A. Barnett and her committee. Madison's, Inc.; will show smart and versatile fashions to solve "what to wear?" problems, Mrs. Max Zisklnd will act as accom¬ panist. Program chairman. Mrs. Gus Reich, has announced that favors and prizes^lU he a featijre bf this opening eyent. Baby-sitting service will be provided for mothers. Opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Max Kanter. Mrs. Louis Gold' farb will preside. mlitee are busy railing teen-agers in the community. Publicity is be¬ ing handled by Wendy Abrams and Mfke Herllner. The officers and the hoard (»f VSY have had an active summer. They Sponsored two theatre parties to the Shakespeare Theatre at Antioch. Twenty-five teen-agers at¬ tended the performance of "Mac- bolh" nnd 40 attended "As You Llke.H." A committee was busy all summer as they nnd any stay-in- town members worked hard to (Jix'paiv a downstairs room in the Temple activity building for their own USY youth room [jaintiers and plasterers and car¬ penters, with the help of the Tem¬ ple custodian, have mado an at¬ tractive room and now one of the winter USY projects will be the equipping of the room. Egyptian sources said thai a two- hour engagement between Isrnel and PJgypUan troops wa.s fought along the Gaza border. The rritort failed to place the scx'ne f)f the fighting, but said theri.' were no Kgy[)tlan casualties.) Isrnel will take all ni('a.';ures necessary to defend ils if-'iritory and to protect the lives of ils fitizt^ns, a Foreign Ministry spokes¬ man declared here; following thr , 11th Fgyplian attack on Lsrnel j *^"^.P^ /*J'' «i ^ couple for LOCAL MEN TO ATtEND NA-nONAL CONVENTION NEW YOTlK — David Goldsmith and Abe I. Yenkin, both of Colum¬ bus, O.. have been named to the 1956 biennial national convention committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). It is the committee planning JWB's next convention, to be held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York, April 5-8. 1956. The com¬ mittee is composed of 200 Jewish community leaders from all pjarls of the country. COL'S HEBREW SCHOOL FALL TERM READY Columbus Hebrew School's fall term will begin Sept. 12 at the Jewish Oenter. The office ot the school will be open every day be¬ ginning Tuesday, 3:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., for the enrollment of new pupils. Boys and girls 7 or older are eligible lo enroll In the l>e- ginners* classes. Enrollment Is not limited to beginners only. Daniel Harrison, principal of the schopl, will be available at all tlm«6 for conferences with parents. Parents are urged to enroll their children during the coming week BO that the children can stant school on the opening day, Sept. 12. It is most Important for all Jewish boys and girls to avail themselves of the advantages offered by the Columbus Hebrew School. The Hebrew School is a com- munity school, and Ita education¬ al laoiUtias are available to all members of the Jewlah com' munity* The curriculum includes the study of the Hebrew language, Jewish history, bible, religion, cus¬ toms and ceremonies, prayers and songs and the preparation of boys for Bar Mitzvah. Three school buses accommodate all the pupils, with transportation to and from school. A Jewish education will enable ihe Jewish boy or girl to have a firm and deeply-rooted under¬ standing of his or her plaoe In our American Jewish community. Only by acquiring the great Inheritance"^ of Jewish knowledge and beauty RABBI POUPKO SPEAKER FOB SISTERHOOD AFFAIR Guest speaker for Beth Jacob Sisterhood's paid-up membership luncheon Monday, Sept. 12, will be Rabbi Solomon Poupko of Beth Jacob. The luncheon starts at 12:30 .p. m., in the social hall of the BJ syxtagogue. created through the centuries will he or she be able to share these riches. Jewish parents have tbe most Important role to play In Jewish education. If your child has been attending Hebrew School, make sure that he or she is re-enrolled and ready to begin the new term. Take an ac¬ tive part in the acttvities of the school to Insure the beat possible education for your child and for all children. If the child has not yet begun his Jewish education, enroll' him NOW. Prepare him or her for the lite he or she will lead as an A- meHcan Jew, as a leader In com¬ munity activities, OS a secure, con¬ structive and happy adult. Parents are urged not to delay or postpone enrollment of their children in the Hebrew School. For particulars, call the office, DO. 7764. civilians and military pprs<jnnel lost week-end. including three at¬ tacks which cost the lives of two Israelis and four Kgypllans. Egyptian aggression has rrach- od dimensions which aro "wlihout precedent since the conclusion of the armistice agreement" between Egypt and Israel, the spokesman Amateur said. Units of the Egyjitian army have not only flttacktKl Israel se¬ curity patrols moving along the demarcation lines, he continued, but they have penetrated deeply into Israel territory, mining roads, attacking vehicles and destroying weils with a rising toll of dead and wounded. Israel ^'cannot be expected to let the situation get out of hand ahd will take all measures for Its sfelf- defense and for the protection ot the lives of Its citizens," he con¬ cluded. Meanwhile, Koi Israel, the Israel Government radio station, in its Arabic language broadcasts, has been warning tbe Egyptians leacj- ers against "playing with fire" and has been urging them to oease fire along the Gaza line. The radio pointed out that responsibility for any catastrophe which may result win fail on those leaders responsi¬ ble for the present state of affairs. The inhabitanfs of the Gaza strip will soon feel the disastrous results of this policy, the broadcast con¬ cluded. yOI/NG MAURtEDS TO HOLD WFJNER. CORN ROAST The Jewish Center's Young Mar- rierl Group has its fir-st affair of thn fall season, Saturday, Sept. 10, 9 p. m.. at tho Center. A weiner nnd corn roast is plan- 'ned in th(? Center's now ctmncil rinp; aren. Campflre games, storie.s and songs nro also planned. Cost for the evening will be 75c a Center members, SI a pie for non-Center members. j Any married couple in the com- 1 munlty who would like to pariici- i pato in this group's activilies, but : have no', been notified of this af- I fair, should call Les Harris, DO. '2731. TWIO 101 CARD PARTY AT BETH JACOB SEPT. U Twig 101 of Children's Hospital is sponsoring its annual card party Sept. 21, 8 p. m. In the social hall OI Beth Jacob Synagogue. All pro¬ ceeds go towards I>ollo research and assistance to Children's Hos¬ pital. Numerous prizes will be drawn, Dessert and coffee wJU be served free. Price of tickets is 75c. Twig chairman Mrs. Robert Freedm&n has appointed Mrs. Her¬ man Welrf>erg, card party chair¬ man, and Mrs. Sam Hellman, co- chmn- Mrs, Norjjian Robt Is re¬ freshment chairman. Tickets may be purchased from any Twig m nber or at the door. A elk«i|<le4 »d Is The Ohronlols wlli brtag qnJcJi reapongec. CaU The Chroalele, CA. 4-29&4 RABBI ZAHN Guest Rabbi Ahavas Sholom Congregation's services during the high holidays this year will be conducte^l by Habbi Seymour Zalin of Brooklyn, N. Y., it was announced this weelt. Rabbi Zahn h 28, single, attend¬ ed Mesifta Torah Vodaath, Yes¬ hiva College and Seminary, re¬ ceived an award upon graduation, on Political Science and History of Ethics and served for two years In the Air Force—the only Jewish Air Force chaplain in all Korea, for one year. The Rabbinical Council of A- merlca awarded hhn the Scroll ot Honor (or his active duty In service. ON SFEOIAI. TELBOAST The BeesoD ot the Jewish New Year (5716) wlu be the theme of Rabbi Nathan Zelizer's television program on WBNS-TV this Sun¬ day, 2-2:30 p. TO. The robbl'will be accompanied by Oantor Leo Hal¬ pern and the senior choir of Broad St. Temple.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-02|
|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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