Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1958-01-17, page 01
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:-^:-/i i HROMCLE ^^// SqrvUig CotuinbuB and CenJrai Ohio Jewish Commimily \^AR Voi. 36, No. 3 COLUMBUS. OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1958 Tnd J.!i.h idVl' D*vot*d to Amtrlean MB. BLAUGBUNU District President Spi^aks Here PorBB District B'nal- B'rlth President Edward P. Blaugrund will ad¬ dress Columbus B'nal B'rlth mem¬ bers at the Jewish "Center, Tues¬ day, Jan. 28, 8:30 p. m. The address will be part of a special District president's pro¬ gram als"o featuring a panel-type entertainment show. entitled, "So, Who Am I?," based on the pop¬ ular television program "Masquer¬ ade Party." There is no admission charge Bom in Trenton, N. J., Mr. Blaugrund was graduated from the Dickinson School of Law In 1926 and admlttecf to the Ohio Bar in 1929. During World War II he served in the United States Office of Defense Transportation. Since 1946 he has been an insurance agent. Long active in B'nai B'rlth af- •ialia;: &^,;WEiiB an^gjilj^rte^^ miembeiT o f (SeyefanT^BCSghta : li^ge 1152 ahd'is ia paSt jiresldeflt of the lodge. He was first presi¬ dent of Cleveland Interiodge Council of Greater Cleveland B'nal B'rlth Lodges and served as a deputy for northeastern Ohio. Mr. Blaugrund also filled two terms as a member of the Gen¬ eral Committee of District Grand Lodge 2. Mr. Blaugrund is married to the former Miss Bernice Sch¬ wartz. 'They have one son, Larry. The speaker will be introduced MB. OBAUEL Guest Speaker at Bonds Brunch Jan. 26 John Stanley Grauel, executive director of the American-Christ¬ ian Palestine Committee, wlil be guest speaker at a brunch Sunday morning, Jan. 26, at the Excelsior Club. William Goodman, Harold Schottensteln and Dr. Ivan^GUl- bert are making arrangements for the event which is the in¬ augural activity of the Oolumbus Israel Bond organization for 1068. A man of great personal cour¬ age and exceptional Integrity, Mr. Grauel was a member of Hagan¬ ah and part of tho crew of the famous "Illegal" Immigrant ship "Exodus," which was turned back in 1947 from the shores of Pales¬ tine with 4,500 refugees aboard by the British Navy and made to return to a German port. Mr. Grauel made a valuable re¬ port to.the UN of his experience^ with jrewJsh' iJi^placed .peiwinsl 'HIs|.:^ii'iB-witn6s9 account was. a subst^tial factor in bringing a- bout the UN Resolution of Novem¬ ber, 1947, calling for the partition of PaUesllne and the creation of a Jewish State. Congregations who have not yet received their Shofar awards as participants in the High Holiday Bond Appeals will get them at the brunch Sunday morning, Jan. 26. Persons wanting to meet Mr. Grauel, or wanting information about the" brunch should call the Israel Bond Office, CA. 1-86S3, Timofeyew In Concert Nlcolay Timofeyew, celebrated operatic tenor, w|ll appear In con¬ cert'tonfght (Saturday)' 8:30, to open tho 1968 Cultural Series sponsored by the Jewish Center. Making his first appearance In Columbus, Mr. Timofeyew will present a program carefully Se¬ lected to display his versatility and sensitivity as one of the great operatic talents of our time. Accompanying him at the planO will be his wife, Angelina Puccini Timofeyew, grandnlece of Gla- como Puccini, composer of La Boheme, Tosca and many other operatic works. Mr. Timofeyew, .through suc¬ cessful appearances at the most famous opera theatres In Europe and Central and South America, has won acclaim for his extraord¬ inary performances In Pagliacci, Tosca and Othello, among many other operas. In addition he has won the plaudits of audiences for his authentic interpretations of popular music and folklore from the Russian, Italian, Jugoslavian, Spanish and Yiddish musical liter¬ ature. Born In Ekaterlnodar, Russia, Nlcolay Timofeyew, to comply with his physician father's wishes, studied medicine but turned to agronomy, in which field he re¬ ceived a doctor's degree. However his real Interest in music led him to vocal and dramatic studies with such -eminent teachers aa Torzoft, Cerepoff and Gretch. Per. formanoes * followed in the the¬ atres of Bucharest, Sofia, Buda¬ pest and Vienna. Invited by the Russian Opera Company of Paris, in which the great Schallapin took part, Mr. Timofeyew sang at Paris and London. „3il IWB 0, was chosen J)yMa.^ tro'Vwl&r'dte ¦'SaSata^ Shown against the glamourous backdrop of llonka's stairway are the women above, who will model cruise and resort fashions from Madison's Tuesday evening at B'nal B'rlth Women's sales tax party. Left to right: Mrs. Sherman Sharwell, Mrs. Murray Barnett, Mrs. Harry Greenblott, Mrs. Jack Palestrant, Mrs. Paul Sloan, Mrs. Jack Resler. Other models Include Mrs. Arnold Sher, Mrs, San¬ ford Tuckerman, Mrs. Henry Gurvls, Miss Karen- rutJ> Schifllng, Miss Joyce Young, Miss Sally Zox. Dinner nt 6:30 and an Interval of entertainment win precede the showing, with Pat Gieba as com¬ mentator. ' Mrs. Ike Cohen is chairman for the annual affair, (Topy ^otw) ''Night to Remember' Tuesday by Mrs. Janet Leeman, Women's or write to Suite 832-33, Deshler- DiStrict B'nai B'rith president. I Hilton Hotel. th6 oip»a Othello',' in the first International Music -Festival at the Adriano Theatre of Rome. On that occasion, the maestro had this to say about Mr Timofeyew: "He has a magnificent and beauti¬ ful voice, and has more than what I require of an artist for the part of Othello!!" Santiago's "El Estanquero," re¬ viewing his appearance at that South American city's Municipal Theatre, wrote: ". . . the tenor, Nlcolay Timofeyew, a singer of Russian nationality, though due to his technical formation must be catalogued in the Italian (continued on page 7) .. According to Mrs. Ike Cohen, general chairman of B'nai B'rlth Women's sales tax dln,ner and style show Tuesday night, reser¬ vations for the annual affair are coming In rapidly, and a capa¬ city atteni&ahce is anticipated. Theme ot the "Night to Remem¬ ber" 1^ "Destination: Sunshine," and the "cruise" will begfn at Bonka's Provincial Hous«, 6'80 p. m. The "bon voyage" dinner will be-catered by th6 Intovapai&blb Ilonka Admission Is $200 in sales tax stamps, $6 In cash, or a combin¬ ation of both. Because of the necessity for limiting reservations, women who want to attend and have not al¬ ready been called or made their reservations, are urged to contact Mrs. Morris Boster, BE. 1-9479, or Mrs. Edward Baier, BE. 5-4B27, and make reservations immedi¬ ately. The opening prayer will be givejn- by Mrs. Mlltpn J. Leeman, pr^sld^htTif B'Hai B'rlth Women District 2. Following the Interval of entertainment to be presented by Rosa Kerstein, Bernard Doc- I tor and Shirley Gurevitz, with Bea Betker <at the piano, Madi¬ son's wiii present their spring collection of fashions for cruise and resort wear, with Mrs. Pat Gleba as commentator. Many attractive arid useful door prizes will be awarded Tuesday night. As a special added attrac¬ tion, one drawing will be limited to women who brln^ additional saleViaa;' stamps;- for, eacl^ ^$S5 ahove*aje''Sfiloilht .jpequlred 'for' admission, one' ticket WIU be Issued, and only tbose bringing (contlnaed on page 7) Medical Center Quota is Set at $4000 By FELICE SCHIFFMAN Ali of us, whether we are apart¬ ment dwellers or home owners, know that "everything costs mon¬ ey." Imagine the great amount Ot money that would be needed to build a university, a medical center and a community center. Members of the (>>iumbus Chap¬ tera of Hadaasah wjere notified that the national Medical Center quota this year is $1,000,000, and Coiumbus must raise $4,000! After many hours of planning and discussing the best possible way to Interest the women of the FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT GUEST SPEAKER AT ANNUAL HILLa LECTURESHIP SUNDAY Hal Lehrman, author, lecturer and noted foreign correspondent, win be guest speaker at the an¬ nual Hillel Lectureship Sunday, 8 p. m, at the B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundation, 46 16th Ave. Mr. Lehrman, who has recently ¦iim. USHBHAN returned from his sixth bi-annual tour of duty as an overseas re¬ porter, will speak on "The Crisis in the Middle East." Winner of the 1967 Polk Award for the best foreign reporting of the year, and the 1967 Citation from the Overseas Press Club tor the best magazine reporting on foreign affairs, Mr. Lehrman is also the author of aeverai books. In his recent overaeas tour he spent seven months In the top trouble spots of the world today, North Africa, the Arab Middle East and Israel. His eye witness dispatches from these areas were widely published in the New York Times, Reporter, Commentary and the NEA Syndicate. For bis excellent reporting, Mr. Lehrman holds two nationally known prize fellowships: from the Ouggenhelm Foundation (for ar¬ ticles on Israel and the Middle East) and from the (3oun<3tl on Foreign Relations (for articles on Soviet satellite Europe). The program will be open to the public, without charge. community in helping to build the center, it was decided to pre¬ sent a "premiere performance" ... an evening of varied enter¬ tainment, Peb. 18, 7:30 p. m., at the Aquamarine Cabana C^ub on E. Main St. . Premiere-goers will be photo¬ graphed as they enter the Club and their voices will be tape re¬ corded. Dinner will then be ser¬ ved, during which Hadassah mem¬ bers win model Ctounty Calicos designed by CTlaIre Golden, form¬ erly of Columbus. The impressive fashions will be shown here for the first time. After dinner, card games and maj jong will be fea¬ tured. Then the highlight of the eve¬ ning . . . the drawing of the win¬ ning ticket for a C!olumbus Citi¬ zen theater tour for two. Other door prizes will also be awarded. Chairman of that committee is Mrs. Harold Oppenhelmer of the Liloh group. Cost of the evening is $235 in tax stamps or $7 in cash. Any¬ one wanting their tax stamps collected can contact either Mrs. Ben Shafran of the Szold group or Mrs. Jesse Shapiro of Uloh. Seated above are Mrs. Robert Levenson, Mrs, I Walllck. In the foreground are Mrs. Jules Garel Martin Adler, Mrs. Albert Tyroler and Mrs. Jack | and Mrs. Robert Schiff. (Topy photo) Council Honors New Menibers lOUt BROTIIBimiOOD PRESENTS FBLDSIAN NEXT WEEK Members and wives are Invited to the January meeting of Agudas Achim Brotherhood Thursday, 8:80 p. m., at the synagogue. Ouest speaker will be Harry Feldman of the Dep't of Recre¬ ation. His topic; "TbeiJ'amiiy Looks at Recreation." \ Refreshments will be served. BY PAULINE KAHN I Plans have been completed for the Integration Tea by the C3olum-' bus Section, National CJouncii of Jewish Women, for all new mem¬ bers who've joined the local Sec¬ tion the past year. Ohairman for the event is Mrs. Robert Lee Schiff, who joined Council last year. Serving with her is a com¬ mittee compHsed wholly of new members Who also joined the past year. , Traditionally, the Integration Tea virtu henceforth become the project of those who join progres¬ sively. Tbe tea will be at the Columbus Art Gallery Tuesday, 1-8 p. m., and an orientation discussion will Immediately follow the repast, with Mrs. Allan Meyer, local president, and Mra. Armand Abel, Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, vice-presi¬ dents, leading the meetipg. This Is a wonderful opportunity for the< newcomers to learn what Council can offer them, and where they can best serve. To be active, to be vitally aware of th^ (Council Woman's alms, to serve humanity in the best way possible, to move ever forward In our changing world, to stimulate rather than stagnate—those are the ends sought for all new and past members, but Tuesday will be reserved tor new members exclusively. Anyone not already contacted, can make a reservation by calling Mrs. Schiff, BE. 8-2738. The telephone committee con- ,^/ sisted of Mesdames Steve Blum- berg, S a m u e 1 Ckihen, William Goodman, Kal Greenfield, Marvin , Orossman, Jack Hyman, ElUolS ] Landsman, John Lleberman, Har*' ry Lurie, ^avld Madison, Joseph Miller, Hyman Stone, Cktrdon" Ziedman. •¦ ^ Invitations were In charge t^;,\ Mrs. Robert Levenson an4 t(r4 Jack Walllck. Hostesses wilt b« ¦, Mesdames Jack Brahms, Nonasn ' I Fagin, Henri Front, Erwin,Saeli»< en. Max Rothstein, Albert Shkdt* I nlk.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1958-01-17|
|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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