Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-07-20, page 01
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OfflO JEA^ ^^ 7 y' , ^j\Vy^ Sendng Columbus and Centr^ Ohio Jewish CommmiHY \\y/ \\j^ Vol. 34. No. 29 CPLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1956 D*vot»^ to American and Jawilh Idaall Happy over their efforts and the success of the linen shower and open house at the Columbus Jewish Home for the Aged July 8 are the hostesses and workers shown in the photo above. They include (front row), Mrs. Robert Saunders, Mrs. Ralph Stein, Mrs. Martin Shlffman, Mrs. Louis Sobel, with Abe A. Wolman, president of the Home; (back row), Lozar Brener, Administrator of the Home; Miss Helen Nutis, Mrs. Sam Paine, Mra. William Barash, president of Link I, Mrs. Isaac Nutis, president of the Auxiliary; Mrs. Philip Feldman, Mrs. Harold Schneider, Mrs. Joseph Schecter, Mrs. Bernard Meliman, chairman of Service Activity of Link II (Candlelight. B'nai B'rith); Mrs. Harry Winters, Mrs. Robert Marks, Mrs. Mitchel Rosen, Mrs. Na¬ than Nedelman, chairman of Service Activity, Link I. Happy Open House at Home for Aged "HADASSAH NIGHT" "Hadskssah Night" will be observed at the Piayhouse-on-the-Green Monday, with all profits from that night's performance going to Senior Hadassah of (^lumbus. The play Is "Summer and Smoke" by Ten¬ nessee Williams, Pulitzer Prize playwright. Tickets are $2.20 and $1.50 and can be reserved by coiling TUxedo 5-1415 from 11 a. m. to 9 p. m. Moil orders, accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope, should be sent to Ployhouse-on-the-Green, Box 306, Worthlngton, O. The Playhouse is located four miles north of Worthlngton on N. High St. (Route 23). Curtain time Monday is 8:15 p. m. "Summer and Sm'oke" is di¬ rected by Jerome Mayer. Greta Morkaon has the role of Alma Wine- miller, a minister's daughter who's in love with her neighbor, portrayed by Joel Thomas. Also in the cast are Sally Kemp, Vic yhorley, Mary Fletcher, Al Crates. Some 800 members of tho com¬ munity joined residents of the .Co¬ lumbus Jewish Home for Aged for a linen shower and open house July 8. Among the many contribu¬ tors to the affair, sponsored joint¬ ly by the Auxlliory of' the Home, Link Ko. 1, and Link No. 2, were Mra. I. Hurwitz, Mrs. L. Schatz- berg, Mrs. Jeanette Rubin, Mrs. J. Schakett, Mrs. J. Winter, Mrs. L Amber, Mrs. Ben Rosen, Mrs. H. Sonkln, Mrs. F. Rothman, Mrs. J. Kalscrman, Mrs. Phillip Berman HELP WANTED! Mole and female, ages 16 to 60; no experience necessary; to assist with Jewish Center's third annual Yom Kippur dance Saturday, Nov. 15. For "appointment" and oddl- tional information, coll Mike Sch¬ wartz, BE. 1-2731, or Mrs. Jack (Anne) Schilling. CL. 8-903S. B & P HADASSAH PICNIC SUNDAY AT JEFFREY'S" Business & Professional Women's Hadassah is sponsoring a picnic Sunday, 2:30 p. m., at the Jeffrey Mansion in Bexley. There will be a picnic supper, games, entertainment and prizes. Members may bring 'ueats. There will be a nominal ciia ge of fiOc per person. Members desiring transportation should call CU 8-7163. and Mrs. Wm. Brenner. Also, Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. H. Shlffman, Mrs. S. Seidenberg, Mrs. Max Slegel, Mrs. Sam Green, Mrs. H. Ringer, Mrs. Nathan Ned¬ elman, Mrs. Harry Erkls, Mrs. Don Erkls, Mrs. Bobert Goldsmith, Mrs. M. t>. Portman, Mrs. Abe Cohen, Mrs. Max Izeman, Mrs. M. Goodman, Mrs. J. L. Wasserstrom, Mrs. Joseph Bornstein, Mrs. S. Uretsky and Mrs. M. Rosen. Also, membors of tho Candle¬ light (Chapter of B'nai B'rith Wom¬ en, . Mrs. Harry Winter, Mra. F. Brier, Mrs. Benton Bernatecker, Mrs. M. Bernstecker, Mrs. Samuel Mellman, Mrs. Rebecca Thall, Mrs. M. Zuckerman, Mrs. Horry Levoff, Mrs. Wm. Barash, Mrs. Mortin Schecter, Mrs. Alex Block, Mrs. A. Berliner, Mrs. A. J. Mellman, Mrs. Morris Welntraub and Mrs. Max Barash. Also, Mrs. Ben Komessar, Mr. and Mrs, Jules B. Berlirier, Mrs. Morris Levin, Mrs. Fannie Chmlx, Mrs. Louis Zeldin, Mrs. J. Matt¬ lln. Mrs. D. Ralkin. Mrs. Isaac Mellman, Mrs. N. Peer, Mrs. J. Spcisman, Mrs. Poiisar, Mrs. Lozar Brener, Mrs. Joseph Topolosky, Mrs. A. Schatz (Lancaster, O.) Also, Mrs. Mollie (joiden, Mrs. FULL ENROLLMENT Tifereth Isroel Nursery Summer School Is billed to capacity, under the able direction of Mrs. Bertha Kraus. Tho full complement of youngsters is kept busy with a pro¬ gram of muaic, dramatics, group games, puppet stage, arts and crafts, tind trips to places of in¬ terest. AZA DANOE THUItSDAY AZA chapter Is sponsoring the Teen-Age (Council donee at the Center's Potio-ot-the-Pool Thurs¬ day, 8:30-11 p. fa. Admission Is free. Refreshments will be available. AT LEGION CONVENTION A'^Rabbi Nathan Zellzer Is attend- / "'''Ing the American Legion conven¬ tion In Cleveland and will return to Columbua Tuesday. VOLINER AFFAIR TO BE HELD AT BETH JACOB Voliner Society's annuol summer feto this year wili be held at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Sunday, Aug. 12, starting at 5 p. m. There's no admission charge ond the food is free. Prizes will bo awarded ond cords ond other indoor games will be held. The event Is open to the com¬ munity. . ZION WOMEN'S BOARD MEETINO THURSDAY A special Board meeting of Zion Chapter, B'nol B'rith Women, will be held Thursday, 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Joseph Schecter, 2811 Foir Ave. Motters of utmost Im¬ portance will be discussed and it is imperative that all members of the Board attend. Mrs. Mark I>eltsob and Mrs. Harold Korn, hospitality co-chair¬ men, will be In charge of the re¬ freshments during the social hour foUowing the meeting. John Tholl. Mrs. Berto Forch¬ helmer, Mra. S. Kerstein, Mrs. B. Morganstcrn, Mrs, M. Gurevitz, Mrs. Esther Rogavln, Cambridge, O; Miss Julia Sllbersteln, Mr. Sam Mortlin. Jacksonville, Flo; Mrs. George Shustlck, Mr^. David Levi¬ son, Mrs. Victor Ringer, Mrs. A. Shenker, Mrs. Wm. Gorelick, Mrs. Charles Shenker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maybrook, Mr. Joseph Born¬ steln, Miss Etta Brandt, Mr. Louis Brandt, Mrs. Rose Silvermon, Mrs. Morris Brown, Mra. S. Valcov, t^. and Mrs. E. J. Gordon, Mrs. Harry Getz, Mrs. J. Winters, Mrs. M. Welnstock and Mra. Norbert Kruger. Alao, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Luper, Mrs. Edgor Bochman, Mrs. David Roth, Mrs. Fannie Thompson, Mrs. B. Robins, Mrs. Martin Shlffman, Mrs. Sol Meyers, Mrs. B. Herbert, Mrs. M. Finkelstein, Mrs. Philip Feldman, Mrs. Martin Shenker, Mrs. Albert Blank, Mrs. G. Plnsky, Mra. R. Fleischer, Mrs. C. Tanen¬ baum, Mrs. I. Pier, Mrs. Joaeph Schecter, Mrs. I. Solomon, Burling¬ ton, Vermont; Mrs. Robert Wol¬ man, Mrs. J. Weiher, Mrs. S. Levy and Mrs. Horry Mellman. Also, Mlas Claro Uretsky, Mrs. Sam Sherman, Mrs. Som Subow, Mrs. Horry S. Goldstein, Mrs. Harry Feinberg, Mrs. Jack Oeiin, Mr. and Mrs. L«uis Levin, Mrs. Simon Hondler, Mra. Horry Ben¬ der, Mrs. Arthur Zwelling, Mrs. B. Dollnger, Mrs, Robert Morks, Mra. M. (Carroll. Mlas Fayc Caroll, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moss, Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. Albert Kohn, Mr. and Mra. Joaeph L. Schwartz, Mrs, Ed Kell¬ ner, Miss Helen Nutis, Mrs. M. Goldberg, Abe Wolman, Mrs, E. Peiros and Mrs. I. Nutls. Absent when the photograph was taken were the president of Candlelight Chapter, Mrs. David Brown; Mrs. Edward Kellner. Mrs. Fred Schwartzberg and Mrs. Alox Block, hostesses. The Auxlliory annourtces thot Mrs. Joseph Topolosky was the winner of tho clock radio. CENTER FEATURES NEW PROGRAM Two innovations arc being plan¬ ned In the 1956-57 Center program according to an announcement by Joseph Zox, chairman of the Cen¬ ter Adults Activities committee. A Children's Theatre production under the joint sponsorship of Gallery Players and the Pre- School Parents Group is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 24-25. This is the first Children's play to be presented under Center auspices since the successful "Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves", given In 1952 Second new- project of the com¬ ing season will be the program- of-the-month series, a cultural and entertaining array of talent to be co-sponsored by the Center Adult Activities oommittee and the four local units of B'nai B'rith. The series will include the following programs and approximate dates: Leo W. Schwarz, author and lect¬ urer, November; Dr. Otto Nathan, econoniist and lecturer, January; Bill Johnson, folk singer, Febru¬ ary; Trude Weiss, Roamarin, lect¬ urer, March; Irving Davidson humorist, April. Both projects are in the format¬ ive stages. Conimittee chairmen, admission prices and other specific details pertaining to these pro¬ grams will appear In later Issues of The Chronicle, GENTER APPOINTS MAX ZISKIND Max Ziskind has been appointed chairman of the Center's Institute of Jewish Studies committee, it was announced by Joseph Zox, chairman of Adult Activities. Mr. Ziskind, a regular partici¬ pant in the Institute since its In¬ ception in 1951, has been a mem¬ ber of the committee for the past two years. An avid worker In many educational and cultural activities in the community, "Mr. Zisklnd haa served as chairman of the £lduca- tion dommlttec of Ag^udas Achim Synagogue and as a member of the board of the Columbus Hebrew School. In accepting the Institute com¬ mittee chairmajishtp, Mr. Zisklnd stated that "he considers it a privi¬ lege to make himself a part of any ef f o rt on behalf of this most, worthwhile project." With regard to the coming pro¬ gram year, Mr, Ziskind indicated that several ffeiculty members have already been recruited from among Ohio State University personnel and rabbinical leaders of the com- munUt A complete list of courses and facllitij will appear in a future issue of The Chronicle. The Institute Is open to the general community and will again operate on a two-semester basis with tho fall term beginning Oct. 3 and ending Dec. 1. COMMITTEE FOR PEACE IN HOLY LAND MEETS Discuss Plans for Pilgrimmage to Israel A REMINDERi EARLY DBADUNIG TUKSDAY Deadline (pr copy In next week's (July 27) Glironlole la Tuesday noon. Photogrophlo m^Jierlai must be Hubmltted by 10 a. m. Monday. NEW YORK, (AJP) — Christian. Jewish and Moslem members of the Interfaith Committee for Peace In the Holy Land met at New York's Presbyterian Labor Temple on 14th St. Thursday night., and an¬ nounced plans for a pilgrimmage in late August to Israel and the Arab countries. The Committee, under the Inspired leadership of Dr. Rich¬ ard E. Evans, minister of the Presbyterian Labor Temple, believes that peace between Arabs and Jews can be established on the basis of a cbmmon heritage going back to Abraham, Mosea and the other pro¬ phets venerated by both peoples. The Pilgrimmage of Peace, Dr. Evans declared, may well accom¬ plish what politics and UN judgments have so far failed to accomplish. The dynamic Labor Temple leader announced that the Committee plana to erect an Interfaith Monument in the Galilee area in the Holy Land to serve els an eternal symbol testifying to the common Hebraic heri¬ tage of the three groups, tho Jews, Moslems and Christlahs. Speakers at the Interfaith meeting Included Dr. Nasrollah Fatemi, former member of the UN delejgatton from Iran and a direct descendant of Mohammed; Ibrahim Cbowdry, president of the Pakistani League of America and Secretary of the Islam Council of New York; Dr. Sholom Shakln; Benjamin Leavln; Rabbi J, Neumann; Julius Salpeter, member of the City Council of Tel Aviv; UN Correspondent David Horowitz; Supreme Court Justice Samuel Di Falco; Rabbi Louis D. Gross and Rabbi David Kahane. Miss Sarag E. Dickson, first elder In the history of the Presbyterian Church, Is one of the founders of the new peace movement. Others in the Interfaith Committee for Peace In the Holy Land Include Dr. Abraham I. Katsh of N.Y. University, oCuthor of "Judaism In Islam," Justice Shplem Kassen, Herman Jaffee^ Leo Lewiaohn, Rev. Paul HostetCer, Rabbi Maurice Bloom, Rev. Joseph G. Spence, Mo¬ hammed Eldus, Samuel Trayman and Mra. Helen Rotman. A special feature of the Interfaith meeting was tbe presentation of a dramatic excerpt from "Nathan the Wise."
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-07-20|
|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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