Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-09, page 01
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2JJ\v/ Serving Coliunbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community \JI\[S^ VoL 33, No. 36 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1955 Davottd to A'marlcan and Jewish Idealt Tifereth Israel Bond Committee Meets Ira Monroe, co-chalrmian of Tifereth Israel's High Holiday Bond committee. Is going over pros¬ pect lists with members of the Temple's committee. Members shown above, standing left (to right, ore Mr. Monroe, Sam Oppenheimer, Julius Margulis, H. H. Weinberg, Richard Gnmdstein and Julius Gutter. When thia picture was taken, Albert Blank, co- chairman, was not present, nor were the following members of the committee: Dr. B. W. Abramson, Dr. Maurice Zox, Ctimrles Margulis, Harry Getz, Fred Roland, Norman Katz, Albert Belm, Grant Brandon, Morris Paine and Sol Myera The committee met Wednesday evening at Mr. Monroe's home and reviewed plans for the parlor meeting at Mr. Blank's home next Thursday eve¬ ning, and the Temple Appeal, Sept. 18. RABBI HELLER, DISTINGUISHED ZIONIST, HERE THURSDAY FOR ISRAEL BOND PARLOR AFFAIR B'nai B'rith Will Honor Members Zlon LodER;62 of B'nai B'rith pays tribute Sunday evening to: (1) long-time nnembers; '2) one in particular: a long¬ time, hard-worlcing member . . . as the lodge holds Its annual In¬ stallation banquet at ihe Jewish Center. Special honors will go to all B'nal B'ritfis who have been mem¬ bers of the lodge for 25 years and 50 years. Especial honors will be paid lo Abe A- Wolman, who will be cited for his many years of out¬ standing work in the community. Brother Woiman is a post presi¬ dent of the lodge; is on the Gen¬ eral Committee of District 2, B'nai B'rith; is a past president of the Agudos Achim Congregation; is president of the Board of the Home for Aged Jews; is a member of thb UJF Board; is past chair¬ man of the Israel Bond drive; Is a member of the Executive Commit¬ tee of the Jewish Council. Rabbi James G, Heller, a dis¬ tinguished leader of American Jewry, will be In Columbus Thurs¬ day to address an evening parlor meeting (8 o'clock) at the home of Albert A. Blank, 381 S. Coliunbia Ave., on behalf of the 1955 Co- -Jumbus campaign for Israel Deve- \1?>pment^,Bortds, It was announced tod^ftJy Jacob Gilbert, chairman. Dr. Heller, who Is chairman of Community Relations for the State ot Israel Bond organization, will open the Cplumbus campaign,, whose goal for the year Is $225,000 in investment sales. Al Blank and Ira Monroe are co-chairmen for Congregation Tif¬ ereth Israel's High Holiday Bond Appeal which, will take place In the Temple on the second day of Roish Hashonah, Sunday, Sept. 18. They announced that Dr. James G. McDonald, America's first Am¬ bassador to the State of Israel, and one of the great puMIc figu^'es In. American life today, will address the congregiation on that solemn occasion on behalf of the Bond Ap¬ peal. (In a letter that went out last week to all members of Tifereth Israel, the co-chairmen urged the entire congregation to participate in ithe Bond campaign, saying that by "Joining forces with hundreds ol congresoitions across our fair land, we. give, in the most mean¬ ingful way, heartening affirmation of American Jewry's faiith in the future of Israel." Rabbi Heller, an orator and In¬ tellect of great capacity and ac¬ complishment, for 32 years occu¬ pied the pulpit of Isaac M. Wise Temple in Cincinnati. He Is a post president of the Central Confer¬ ence of American Rabbis, a former JOSEPH ZOX Heads Center's Adult Program HVSUAY DEADLINE Reservations will be taken as late OS Sunday, 1 p. m., by phoning DO. 6221, the B'nal B'rith office at the Jewish Center. RABBI HEIXKR DR. McDonald A ROSH HASHONAH MESSAGE FROM THE VICIE-PRESn)Bl*IT OF THE UNITED STATES "Ift Is reassuring. In greeting you on the occasion of the New Year 5716, to know that there is a continuity of recorded time and civiliza¬ tion going back that far, with aU it connotes for the human mind .^nd heart. It has taken strong perseverance and strong rellgltma faith to come tWa fer along the way. May the New Year reinforce in all our heerts the fervent hope for greater understanding, brotherhood and peace throughout the world." national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and was lately nat¬ ional president of J-abor Zionist Organization of Amerftjui He has just returnedPtlroin his fourth trip to the StateloV Israel, with an eloquent and mq|vj^g mes¬ sage. He speaks al Mr. Blank's home in a meeting that will give advance sales to the Tifereth Is¬ rael Appeal the following Sunday. A native of New Orleans, Dr. Heller received his undergraduate education at Tulane, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He also distinguished himself in graduate work at the University of Cincin¬ nati and was ordained rabbi al He¬ brew Union College in 1916. In preparation to^ the High Holiday Appeal at Agudas Achlm, Ivan Gilbert has accepted chair¬ manship of the synagogue's com¬ mittee and held a meeting of the comrnititee at his home this post Thursday evening. The committee will assist In the plans for the parlor meeting at Ben Yenkin's home, the night of Sept. 22, and will participate in activities that, it Is hoped, wlli crown the Agudas Achim Appeal with its best result in the past three years of the con¬ gregation's participation. The following were invited to Dr. Gilbert's home and asked to serve on the. Agudas Achim com¬ mittee: Jock Belzer, Phillip Bornstein, Sanford Cohen, liouis Berliner, Don Erkls, Joe Eisenberg, Ted Flnkelstein, Stanlety Goldberg, Wil¬ liam Goodman, Ell Gold, Louis Goldfarb, I. M. Harris. Sidney Katz, Dave Leylson, Dr. Max Kantor, Norman ,'Meizlish, Myer Mellman, Nothaii' Nedelman, Leonard Quinn, LeOh Schotten¬ steln. Harry Schwartz, Sam Schlonsky, Max Schorttenstein. Jack Shore, Saul Sokol. Joe Waisman, Abe Wolman, Max Shell. Louis M. Levin, who will be in charge of the Koi Nldre Night Ap¬ peal at Beth Jacob, will be assisted by 0/ committee from the Board of the congregation. Morris Jonas, president of Aha¬ vas Sholom, Is in cliarge of ar¬ rangements for the Appeal at that congregation. Rabbi Hari-y Kaplari of the Hillel Foundation will be the principal speaker. He has Just returned from Isi-ael and will speak on Ihnt sub¬ ject. A koSher banquet, under the su¬ pervision of Mrs. Gold, promises to be another chief attraction, ac¬ cording to Herb Cummins, chair¬ man of Sunday's affair. To be' installed as officers of the Lodge are: Dr. Bernard T. Mlnd¬ lin. president; Sol Zeldln, first vice- pres.; Herb Cummins, second vice- pres.; Sheldon Stelnhauser, wai*- den; Marv Schlezirtger, guardian; Myer Mellman, chaplain, and Wal¬ ter Katz, treasurer. \ BJ SISTERHOOD AFFAIR ^Jlrst affair for Beth Jacob Sis¬ terhood this season will be a paid- up membership luncheon Monday, 12:30 p. m., at the synagogue. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Solo¬ mon Poupko. BBO'S SPONSOR STYLE SHOW AND TEA SUNDAY B'nai B'rith Girls' annual mem¬ bership lea and style show tomor¬ row will be at Broad St. Temple instead of the Hlllel Foundation, aa previously announced. The show will get under way at 1 p. m. and lasl until 3:00. This year's fashions will be pre¬ sented by Bradford-Husch, and several girls from BBG chaplei will model. Also on the program will be a report on the National BBG con¬ vention, to be given by one of the girls who attended. Joseph F. Zox has been appoint¬ ed chairman of the Center Adult Activities Cohimittee, It was an¬ nounced by Abe Yenkin, Center president Zox succeeds Mrs. Mel¬ ville D. Frank, who resigned lo Community 1 give the necessary time to her new I position as president of the Wom- ] en's Music Club of Central Ohio. Prominent in a host of commun¬ al activities since coming to Co¬ lumbus in 1947, Zox recently com¬ pleted his term of office as presi¬ dent of the Jewish Community Council. During the program year 1952-53, he served as chairman of the Center Pre-School Committee. Zojt held several leadership posi¬ tions in United Jewish Fund cam¬ paigns in the past eight years and has the distinction of chairing the first Bonds for Israel campaign held In Columbus. IN AL^KINO THE appointment, Abe Yenkin Indicated that his rec¬ ord of achievement to date makes Mr. Zo.x unusually well qualified to give''leadership to the very im¬ portant Adult Activities Commit¬ tee. To assist in carrying out the planning for the current program year of adiUt activities, Zox has ap¬ pointed or re-appointed the follow¬ ing sub-committee chairmen: Miss Marjorie Loeb, Arts and Ceramics; Mrs. George Nacht, Bridge; Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Pollock, Dance Instruction; Mrs. Nathan Nateman, Drama; Mrs, Milton Parker, Education for Family Living; Mrs, Bernard Mentser, Golden Age; Harry Sch¬ wartz, Institute of Jewish Studies; Mrs. Irving Lackrltz, Library and I^ubliclty; Richard Fisher, Music, and Sol Zell. Social Events. Plans are now being developed for the Yom Kippur Night dance, annual "^klck-off" affair of the Center and community social sea¬ son. NEW 0ALENDAR8 ARE AVAILABLE HERE HebreW-EngUsh calendars, pock¬ et sized, ore available at The Chronicle office. 35 E. Livingston Ave,, courtesy of Wilno Kosher Sausage Co. Besides the usual data of Jewish holidays and the sedras of the week, the calendars contain yiskor, kaddish and the blessings of the Torah in Hebrew and English. Chronicle readers are Invited to pick up these informative' calen¬ dars at our office or to mall a self- addressed envelope. A, A. SISTERHOOD PLANS ANNIVERSARY ACTIVITIES AgTidas Achlm Sisterhood opens its" season with a luncheon and style show Tuesday, 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Irvin Stein, Birthday Dinner chairman, will anounce plans for the forthcoming SOth anniversary celebration of Agudas Achim. Mrs. Abe WoLrtum and Mrs. Max Zisklnd, co-chairmen of the Gift Shop, will display Items of Inter¬ est for the coming holiday season. Madison's, will show their new fall line of fashions. A petite hmcheon will be served, with favons for all and prizes for many. Baby-sitting service will be provided. >^ UBV HAS BAKje SALE United Synagogue Youth will sponsor a bake sale Sunday, S a. m., at Martin's Delicatessen. Mem¬ bers of USY are doing the baking.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1955-09-09|
|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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