Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-09-24, page 01
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m SJ\Q^ Serving Ctolumbus and Central Ohio Jewish ConunI Vol. 32. No. 39 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 Davolad io Am«Hun and Jswith Idvalt Mrs. Jack Silberstein and her co-chairmen are shown above "talking it over" In preparation for the visit here of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt at the communi¬ ty dinner on behalf of Israel Development Bonds, Wednesday evening, Oct. 13, at the Deshler-Hllton Hotel. Mrs. Silberstein, chairman of the Women's Com* mlttee for the affair, and her co-chairmen, Mes¬ dames Jacob Gilbert. William GHck, Sherman Shar¬ well and Bernard Feltllnger, have organized a C5om- mittee of Hostesses which Is busy on all the details involved in successfully promoting this major 1964 Bond activity. (Photo by Topy) HERBERT SCHIFF HOST TO ISRAEL BOND DRIUE CONFAB WEDNESDAY ' Alex Lowenthal, leading member of the Board of Governors of State 'ot Israel Bonds and close student of larael and middle east efftdta, who was prevented from visiting Columbus several weelia ago because of illness, will speak at the home of Herbert Schlff, 200 Ashbourne Sd., Wednesday night ot a parlor meeting toi men. A Pittsburgh businesa leadpr ond nationally known for his efforts on behalf of both United Jewish Ap- ' peal and Israel Bonds, Mr. Lowen¬ thal was. one of the top Jewish leaders called to Israel a year ago by former Prime Minister Ben- Gurion to discuss plans for the launching of the 8e<iond Develop¬ ment Bond Issue. Mr. Lowenthol is ttfe man who will oddress Oongregotion Tifereth Israel when the Conservotive Con- gregotion holds its synogogue ap¬ peal for Israel Bonds on the morn¬ ing of the 2nd day of Rosh Ho- shonoh, Wednesdoy, Dr. B. W. Ab¬ ramson, ciioirmon, annoilnced. Robbl Nathan Zelizer wrote to ol\ members of his Congregation urg¬ ing their participation in the op- peoi, stating "Israel merits our full¬ est economic support ot this time of crucial decision. "It is fully In keeping with the ^anctiflcatlon of our Holy Doys thot the greot creotive work of redemption In the land of Israel re¬ ceive our fullest support," he wrote. Meanwhile, Jacob Gilbert, Co¬ lumbus Bond chairman, announced that Beth Jacob and Ahovos Sho¬ lom congregations hove both o- greed to conduct high holidoy op- peols, thus roislng to four, and TOBldlig thia ttavlargest numtm^sf Columbua congregations ever to participate in the nationol ayno- HBRBERT SCHIFF Regina Resnick, Met Opera Star, Guest Artist Oct. 31 For Hadassah Project Mrs. Ben Yenkin and Mrs. B. W. Abramson, co-chairmen of Ha- dossah'd 1954 Donor Dinner, have revealed that Miss Regina Resnick, one of the brightest of the young Metropolitan Opera stars, will be the artist for the Oct 31 Donor Dlnher. The entire proceeds of the Donor project are used for the work of Hadassah in the health program of IsrEiei. Repeatedly, &a visitors to Israel return to the U. S., they tell the miracle story of the health progrEim of Hadassah. In hospitals, in child welfare centers, in Youth Aliyah projects. In preventive medicine. In nursing training and in vocational education, in all centers of the blessed land, the hand of Hadassah haa laid Its hand of healing. On Oct. 31, when 500 people meet i ^ once again to share in the auccess- goguq mobilization since the prac tice began in 19D1, in the early days of the first Independence Bond Issue. At a board meeting last Sunday morning with Joe Swartz and Mil¬ ton Leeman presiding, It waa a> greed by unanimous vote, after WiUiam-aebifl-rA^i Jaoob XiUhetrt spoke, that Betti Jacob would make ita appeal on Kol Nidre night and that IjouIs M Levin would act as chairman. Aa plans and work progressed on reservations for the dinner on Oct 13, when-Mrs. Roosevelt wtll address the Columbus Jewish com¬ munity at the Deahler-Hilton, it was announced that Prof. Theodore N. Beckman will be chairman of the evening. Dr. Beckman. who is one of the nation's outatanding economists and for many years a professor at Ohio State University, noted that Mrs. Roosevelt celebrates her 70th birthday two days before her scheduled visit to Columbus. Meanwhile, Mrs. Jaclr Siltier- stein. Women's chairman, \nd her co-chairmen, Mesdames William GUck. Jacob Gilbert, .Bernard Felt¬ llnger and Sherman Sharwell, have finished their first week of org^an- fzed telephoning from the Jewish Center for reservatlona for Mrs. (conttnned oa page 5> Local Women Join United Appeals Campaign Attention Is being directed to tho Council of Jewish Women and all other Jewish women in the Co¬ lumbus community of the 1054 United Appeals 4rive. Lost year, the women's division of the U-A campaign raised f20S,000; the goal this season has been set for |228,- 000. The women's drive is scheduled for Oot 11, and it is hoped that everyone will be home, awolting the many volunteer workers who will be canvassing the city that day. Council Women ore especially proud of their association this yeor with the U-A, as one of their.past presidents of tbe Columbus Sec¬ tion — Mra. Si^n Lazarus — will head tho women's division for the drive. Mrs. Lazarus is em out¬ standing member of the non-Jew¬ ish as well OS Jewish oommunity here, hos been on the boards df tbe Col's Little Symphony, Council of Social Agienotes and the Communi¬ ty Chest During the war she was vice-chairman of the administra¬ tion of volunteers for the Red Cross. * Working with Mrs. Lazarus wtll be Mra. William Popler, os heod of the Bast division, with the fol¬ lowing Colonels as co-chairmen: Mrs. Oernerd M Cohen, EX. 2S1S; Mrs. Theodore Schlonsky, DO. 6807. Any woman who wonts to help out ts urged to colt hln. Cohen or Mrs. Schlonsky ot their numbers as listed. The U-A drive is a nation-wide appeal, in which money is collected for the USD, American Red Cross, research of cancer and cerebral palsy and the Community Chest (which in itself supports B2 agencies.) ' Jewish agencies wMoh benefit from the U-A ue (he Center and the Jewish Pomlly Service. Captains ^nd workers from the various Jewish organizations. of Columbus will be listed in next week's Chronicle, Next Thursd^, 10 o. m., all captains will bo host¬ esses for breakfasts tn thetr homes, with their workers as guests At that time they wili watch a special television show, concerning the U-A drive. An estimated 4000 campaign workers will witness the telecast. • • • Groups of women in all sections of Columbus'wili meet tn groups of ten or more to watch a television one-ha!f hour program Thursday. Watching it will be the BOOO volun¬ teer women solicitors tn the forth¬ coming United Appeal—Red Cross campaign. "Teleneighbor," with .its cast o( 11, wiik^^,given by the Village UtUo Theatre over WBNS-TV, 10 a. m. to 10:30. Coptoins in the Women's Divis¬ ion in all sections of thectiy will entertain their volunteer workers for coffee and doughnuts to watch tho "Teleneighbor" program. Fol¬ lowing the show further Instruc- Uohs and workers- kits will be given tbe workers. ful accomplishment of the drive for funds to maintain the numerous Hadassah institutions tn Israel, the various committees have blended a dinner that promises to be wor¬ thy of the efforts of Hadaasah. Mrs. Aaron Canowitz, chairman of hostesses and the dinner prepar¬ ations, has art^nged to have the dinner served and prepared by Gold's. There had been such unan¬ imous approval of the outstanding' dinner that was 'served by Gold Caterers last year that the cotnmtt- tee Is again plEmning a varied, hot meal. Mrs. Joseph Haas, chairmEin of decorations, ts meeting with her committee to make the auditorium and the tables at the Jewish Cen¬ ter especially festive and beoutlful. Mrs. Norbert Kmger and Mxh. Jerome Gross, choirmon of pledges, announo^ thot disciplined and re¬ sponsible group of pledge workers is making sure that oil who can will give to the medlcol orgonizo- tlon fund. Other committees whose work goes ond whose story con be told again and again are synchronizing the multiple efforts to successful fulfUlment In order to assist the various committees, guests for the Donor Dinner are asked to call Mrs. Mar¬ tin Schecter, FA. 6204, to mai(e reservations. PBINTINOr any kind, any qaantity, snd hlgb .-. klni . . anatity standards go hronlcle, CA. 4-2954. wltli It. Call THE SHOFOR In controAt to Atomic blasts. The SHOFOU seems to say: "Do not destroy human Iif*-— Now, or any day!" XtA piercing trills give hope to man* That a safer day is coming; When everyone will have no fear, Of pestilence or bombing! Itn mystic ring uplifts and cleanses, AU who cherish life; And bijUigs a promise of salvation. To a world full of strife! By A. W. Robinfl "Big Momenr On Telecast Sunday station WLW-C will show a special telecast of - the all-star dramatic motion picture called "The Big Moment" this Sunday, 9:30 to 10:00. This is the film which was showh last week, and those who saw It state that it was an exciting and fitting prologue to the Kew Year. Featured in the cast are Donna Reed, Robert Young and Thomas Mitchell. The star performers are actually involved In portrayal-of dramatic parts rather than solely In narration. The film is a story of the work mode possible through contribu¬ tions to the United Jewish Fund of Columbua, which are forwarded to the United Jewish \ppeal. < ISRAEL BONDS PROVIDE AGRICULTURAl EQUIPMENT Construclion of liii» insuiUlion for the drying of alfslfa was financed wilh proct-'eds derived from Stale of Iirael Bonds. Centrally located in Israel't Bcison Valley, the apparatus is used Jointly by all alfalfa growers in lhe area. Israel Bond luaiU are being utiJiifcd for expansion of irrigalton, purchase of. modrrn agriruiiural eigulpnieni, and the importation of new Aocks df sheep' and callle lo acrelrrate lhe growth of new farming •elllemcnta. Industrial expansion, harliur retonslruclion, power developmcni, building of homes, highways, and rommunlraliens, and exploitalion of mincraJ nsourees continue lo be decisive elcnienis of lhe vital economic program being advanced tlirou|h lhe Dcvelopnieni Issue .vl Slalc of Israel Bonds for the year S71S.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1954-09-24|
|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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