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^^ i^gj^ Seindng Ctoltobtts jmd Cdnlr^^ O^ VcL 34, No. 6 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1956 D»vo|«d to Amsrlcan and Jswtih Idtali "Defcn ^'of Israel" Varon Theme Tuesday Several committee chnlrmon and motlelR are shown dlftouflslng final arranB;cmentH for the Ha- doftsah tax-Htamp style Hhow and card party Thiirs. day evening. In the Jewish Center auditorium .^atc^ left to right are: IVIrs. I. Freeman, telephone oo- clialrman; Mrs. Philip FelRor and Mrs. Fraiik Olttss- mnn,- (fenerul committee. Standing behind, thera ure two of the models from tho F. and R. L<azarus Co., whtoli Ih presenting tlio style show. They are MIsH Marianne Cheney and Airs. Nadlne Burden. Colorful Prize List for tiadassah Guests More than 26 beautiful glfta arc being wrapped and ribboned thla week and wiU be preaented to gueats at the Hadaaaah Medical Center atyle ahow card party Thursday evening in the JewUh Center auditorium. Chairmen of the prize comlttee, Mra. Sam Lup¬ er and Mrs. Jerome Flaher, sUb- mittcd a partial Hat of prizes, Making plana for T. L Slatcrhood'a 44th birthday, which will be celebrated with a project ball Sunday, Feb. 26, nre tho above: top row— Mrs. PhUlp Katz, co-chairman of the affair; Mrs. Sol Weiss, co-chair¬ man, and Mrs.. Sanford Koppelman, program chairman; front row (ohlldrea of these women)-r.lA>uls Katz, Nancy Weiss and I.aurcl Ann Koppelman. T. I. CELEBRATING 44TH BIRTHDAY Forty-four candlea will decorate the cake at Tlfereth Israel Sis¬ terhood'a birthday-project ball Sunday, Feb. 28, in the Temple social hall. Celebrating the founding of the temple in 1012, the Sisterhood will offer an evening of dancing, complete with entertainment for old- •ters, youngsters and "tweenatera." The affair will be the subject of conversation when Mlas Nlta Hutch Interviews the Slatcrhood'a distri¬ bution captaina from the Sky Room of the Deahler-Hllton Hotel Thurs¬ day, 1 p. m, on WTVN-Radio. Co-chairmen for the dance, Mra. Sol Weiss and Mrs. PhUlip Katz, together with Mrs. Sanford Kop¬ pelman, program chairman, havo announced a star-studded cast of local entertainera for the dance. Headlining the floor show will be the Congregatlon'a "own Sam Lev¬ lnaon"—Larry Kent, who will act as maater of ceremonies. The popu- (eeatliaed an pace t> LIFE OF LINCOLN ON JWV'S BROADCAST The "American' Jewish Hour," a radio program sponsored by Capl tol Post 122, Jewlah War Vcterana and Auxiliary, will dramatize little known Incldenta in the life ot Ab raham Lincoln on tomorrow night's broadcast (10;30-11, WB¬ NS-Radio). which wlil include a chafing dish, ladies' Sunbeam Shavcmasters, ra¬ dio, a^sct 6f steaic knives, imported china serving dishes and many others. Admittance to' the affair is $5 in cash value In tax stamps or $& in cash, or a combination of stamps and money to equal the $5. Mra. Norman Meizlish, DO. IS861, remarked tliat contributions .to the Medical Center fund, of which she is chairman, will also be credited toward admisaion. In. charge of. tax stamp coUec- ,tlpna Is . Mts.,. Arthur Wcaton^iA^ isd.' BHysrSho'announced'that the following will- help take atampa and money at the dour: Meadamea! Wm. Waaseratrom, David Ooldamlth, August Schofer, Stanley Waaaer¬ strom, Fred Levi, Sam Volcov, Hy Weinberg, Frank Glassman, Rob¬ ert Suld. The full program for the eve¬ ning, which will benefit the Ha¬ dassah Hebrew University Medical Center near Jerusalem, will' begin with a magnificent atyle show to be presented by tho P. & R. Laz- atus Co. Miss Peggy Clark, who will com¬ mentate for the display. Indicated that the Lazarua models will wear all types of spring costumes. Each guest will receive a printed pro- gram listing each costume and its price. Following the show, the hospl^ tality committee, headed by Mrs. Sam Subow, Mrs. Louis Adelman and Mrs. Morris Gold, will serve some of the same kinds of delic¬ ious foods which were so well re¬ ceived at last year's party. Helping In the kitchen with the food preparation are the following: Mesdames Abe Seff, J. Barnett, Sol Myers, Harry Lakin, Sol Eisen man, Maurice Bleich, Aaron Kahn, Harry Getz, Sam Valcov, Jerome Fisher, Norman Melzilsh, Sam Luper, Nate Zeff. Serving aa hoatesses for the evening will be the foUowhigi Mesdames Louis Roth, Norman Bbrger, Arthur Cohen, Ralph Dwork, Robert Friedman, Norman Goulder, J., Jacoby, Paul Meyer, Herbert Parlser, MUton Parker, Wm. Paul, Maurice Zox, Sol Dan- chili, Robert Hallet, Jesse Eisen, Irvln Seff, Harold Korn, Harry Rothman, , Morris Krakoff, John Gersten, Ben Smilack, Leonard Wasserstrom, Simon Sculler, San¬ ford Tiukerman, Joseph Venook, (ooDtlBoad aa pace 4). Seek Huge Turn-out To Back Israel in Current Crisis Max Varon, Consul of tho State of Israel in New York, will dlacuss 'The Peril to Israel's national Existence" Tuesday, 8 p. m., ot the Jewish Center Auditorium, in n rally to aupport and back Israel in its crlals. B'nol B'rith, joltied by Hadassah, ZOA, Council of Jewish Women, Agudas Achim, Jewish War Vcterana, Mizrachi, Beth Jacob, Tlfereth. Israel, Pioneer Women and Temple Israel Sisterhood, is sponsoring the visit here of the Veteran of Haganah and tho Jewish Brigade. Dr. B. T. Mlndlln, Mrs. Prank Yaaaenoff and Herbert Cummlna, to¬ gether with Abe Wolman and Jacob Gilbert, havjo made plana that call for a tremendous outpouring of people dedicated to the existence and continued prosperity of Israel. "Not since 1048 has Israel faced auch a grave emergency which hoa niiltdc her defense and aecurity problem a critical one," stated Abe Wolman, member of the 6oard of Governora of the national Israel Bond Organization, Mr. Varon, who has been In the forefront ot Jewish survival work for. the past 16 years. Is well quali¬ fied to take his audience behind the headlines of news stories and discuss frankly and boldly the prospects that Israel faces during the coming weeks and months. He has been a key figure among young and brilliant leaders of the State of Israel and was ihstru- mental in raising huge sums of money for the rehabilitation of tens of thousands of refugees from DP camps. Miss Barbara Cohon, daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs, Morria N. Coheh, will preaent a group o^ aongs, oo- componled on the piano by Mrs. Louis Zlakind. Refreshments and door iirlzea will help feature the evenlnit and since everyone in the coiximunlty ia being urged,to attend. It Is import, ant that the committee has an ap¬ proximate Idea of the number that wlil come. That Is why telephoning for roservatlons is being conducted this week, . Mrs.^iraaaenoff ll' bcln|; ^|(«i^l^, In UiU taalc<'by''comnjittec~a from tho various organizations. Mra. Jtirome Fisher for Hadas¬ sah, Mrs. Fred Roland of Tlfereth larael Siaterhood, Mra. David Brown of B'nai B'rith chapter, Mra. William Kisch of Pioneer Women and Mrs. Julius VVJilte of Beth Jacob Sisterhood have mobi¬ lized their telephone committees to make calls for attendance and many women are cooperating, In^ eluding: Meadames Milton Leeman, Mor¬ ria N, Cohen, Jact Schilling, Mel¬ vin Furman, Al Blank, BU Gold, Jullua Margulls, David Rich, Iz Avren, Meyer Hoffman. Harry Schwartz, Joaeph Cohen, Paul Her- \yald, Robert Goldberg, I. M. Har¬ ris, Gilbert Knolls, Harry Gold¬ stein and Sam Pearson. Mra. Sherman Sharwell, ciiair¬ man of tho Columbus Women's blvlslon of Bonds for Israel, la arranging a special project in connection with Mr. Varon's vUit. Abe 2^cks Is In charge of decor¬ ations and table arrangements and Saul Sokol has helped organize the publicity and public relations pro¬ gram oround Mr. Varon's visit here. A, number of men, included In Herbert Cummins' sales committee, have participated In the telephone operation for Bond salca from Shoe Corporation offices at night. They include Meyer Mellman, Samuel Schwartz, Ed Elraan, Victor Slegel and Dr. B. T. Mindlin so far. * « * Warning Of Aggression David Horowitz, governor of the Central Bank of larael, at the two- day national conferenco inaugurat ing tho 19S6 Israel B6nd campaign wbleh ended last Sunday In Miami Beach, cited the attitude of Is¬ rael's Arab neighbors and asserted that his country might become the object of "ruthless and reckieaa aggression" at any moment. "We have to direct an over¬ whelming and growing proportion of our. own resources to defense," he added. "We are ready to shoul¬ der thtit burden of dcfenae and bear it alone. However, develop¬ ment cannot be stopped because economic development la a deter¬ rent to aggreaaion and the back¬ bone of the country'a defensea In caae of war." Levi Eshkol, Is'raell Minister of Finance, cabled the Conference that tipping oi; the arms balance In iavor of the Arab nations bos forced the people of Israel to ''stand wltb one hand on tho sword and tho other on tho plough." niUNABV AnxiSTO — These 'chefs' are in charge of refreshments. fdr the joint brotherhood ftag «rvent ne^ct Thursday at Beth Jacob Synagogue, *t»rtlng at 8:15 p. m. iieft to right (rear) ere Mort MISS MUBAI At ffiUelFeb. 19 A tour around the world In folk song will be the theme of Miss Jean Murai, folk artist, when ahe appears Sunday,' 8 p. m., Feb. 19, at the B'nol B'rith HUIel Foundo¬ tion. Dressed In the picturesque coa¬ tumes of the countries whose songs she sings, Mlsa Mauri takea her audience on a trip around the world with an exciting and varied repertoire of Ylddlah, Mexican, jSalypso, lawclli-'I^uelBljm ^jid^SJng. lla'h ballads. Bach alohg Is enirtahed with a little atory tolling the baok- groond'.and culture of the people. After completing a B.A. In lang- uogea and a Master's degree In psychology. Miss Murai traveled extensively in Mexico, Cuba and Central America studying the folk culture of these colorful and dl- veralflcd peoples. She is now on the music faculty ot Hunter College conducting a Folk-Song Work¬ shop. Numbered among Miss Muroi's concerts and lecture-recitals are those at Town Hall,. International Folk Festival and Belkjs Artes In Mexico. Miss Mural is making her second appearance at the Ohio State Hlllei Foundation as part ot the Sunday Evening Cultural Series. There Is no admisaion charge. iy)sen, ^caa Raffeld, Arnold Levlne and. Gerald R.osen; In front are VPop" Rosen and Sam Cooper¬ smlth. Mort Rosen and Raffeld are co-chairmen of the commlttoe, - (Photo by Topy) - 'FVIUM LUNCHEON AT AlfUlVAS SHOIOM Mrs. Anha.lievin is chairman of the Purim Iilitoheon in the social boll of Ahavas Sholom synagogue Wednesday noon, sponsored by Pioneer Woman's Organization #1. Members ani friends are Invited. These Gallery Playera will bo seen In ¦''All RIy Sons" tonight ond Sunday night at tho Jowish Center. Loft to right: Edith Mendelaohn, Jeff Schwartz, Marv Silber¬ ateln, Shirley Silberateln and Dr. Malcolm Robbina. (Photo by Topy) Curtain]\ Time for Gallery Playen WOLMAN RE-ELEGTED BY HOME FOR AGED At the last meeting of the Board of Trustees ot the Ck)lumbus Jew¬ lah Home for the Aged, Abe A. Woiman was re-elected president of tho Board. The honor waa be¬ stowed upon him again in view of tho devoted aervlcea he haa per¬ formed 80 efficiently. Other officers elected were: Vice-presidents, Don Erkis, Rob¬ ert Meliman Harry Roth; secret ary, Mra. Jack Resler; treas., Jos¬ eph Topolosky; chairman of the Auxiliary, Mrs. I. Nutis. Board members elected tor a three-year term were: Don Erkls, Mrs. E. J. Gordon,' Dr. Milton J. Goodman, Jack Sohlff, Sam Sch¬ lonaky, Jaok Sher, Dr. M. A. Krak¬ off and Joseph Topoloaky. Other members of the Board are: Richard Abel, Troy Feibel, Rabbl Jerome D. Folkman, Harry Gil¬ bert, Arthur Goldberg, Mrs. Harry Goldberg, Allen Gundershelmer, Rabbi Harry Kaplan, Samuel M. Melton, Dr. Herbert L. Parlser, Rabbl Solomon Poupko, Barney Ringer, Max Robins, Rabbl Samuel W. Rubenstein, Mrs. Joseph D. Schecter, Herbert Schiff, Edward Schlezlnger, Abo Yenkin, Rabbi Nathan Zellzer, Joseph Zox. Mrs. Mendci Finkelstein and Mra. Julius Spcisman were elected as Honorary Trustees of the Board, In recognition of their plo. neorlng efforts' In the establish¬ ment of the Home, as well as thetr continued devoted and valuable services. Members of the Nominating CJomraittee were :• Mrs. Jaok Resler, chairman; Troy A. Peibel, Harry Gilbert, Mrs. L Nutls and Rabbl Samuol W. Rubenatein. In accepting the office of presi¬ dent again, Mr. Woln^n expressed appreciation of the honor confirm¬ ed upon htm. He reviewed the pro¬ gress that the Home had mads during tho paat year and ho ex¬ pressed appreciation to his fellow (conllnned on pace 4> Production crews, working at full . speed for Gollerya Players' presentation of "All My Sons" tonight and Sunday eve¬ ning, are again proving that tho ahow muat and wlil go on. The Drama Critics Award-winning play by Arthur Miller will be ahown In the Jewish Center auditorium both evenings nt 8:30. "The play's the thing" is a byword in theatrical' Jargon, and oftlmes an over-used expreaalon; however, the pitch of excite¬ ment In producing a play is Intensified during the last feverish week of getting ready for the play. The-maddening pace goes even taster — rehearsals stretch into the wee hours of tho morning—tired actors and actresses repeat what to them 'seem like even more tired lines over and over again; coffee breaks and hastily smoked cigarettes arc treasured moments of relaxation for the cast and crews—so much to do and so little time in Which to do It. Yet, on opening night, when lights arc dimmed and the audiences sink back into tholr chairs, the loose ends have all been neatly tied and the play Is ready to begin. A polished,performance la given by well trained performers; Yet, the success of the play doea not depend entirely upoi;;.acting, skill . lUone. TEMPLE mTERHOOD Seventeen members of Roae E. Lazarus Sisterhood will participate In the Valentine program of the meeting Tueaday, 1 p. m., at Temple Israel. A muaical panorama. "Groat Loves Throughout History," was written by Mrs. AHen Gundershelmer 3r. Through the clevqr book and parodies, tlie audience will be Carried through the pages of history 'some very secret) and enjoy the Valentine dayd in the Uvea of famous personalities. Mrs. Robert Aronson is program chair¬ man. Sisterhood members who will portray ¦ tho famous character from iife and fiction Include: Mrs. Leonard Stern, Mrs. Leonard Sag- gett, Mra. Sta.nley Goldberg, Mrs. Jack Ros¬ ier, Mrs. Sidney Levoff, Mra. Ben Balshone, Mra. Ralph Shapiro, Mra. David Gersten¬ feld, Mra. AUen Gundershelmer Jr., Mrs. Marvin Glassman, Mrs. Ailen Gunder¬ shelmer Sr., Mrs. J. Maynard Kaplan, Mrs. Jerome Foltcman, Miss Lynn Goorey and several honorary membera. Mra. Sol Zell will be accompanist. Mra. Robert Gllck, hospitality chairman, haa planned a tea which will precede the program and meeting. Mrs. Milton Katz will give the opening prayer. Mra. Herbert Fenburr, preaident of the Siatcrhood, rcminda all members to bring to the meeting any "white elephant" ar¬ ticles they want to contribute to the Bazaar. PRESIDENTIAL BALL to" AID ADOPT-A-FAMILY Proceeds of Sigma Theta Pl'a "Presl- denthil Ball" tonight at tho Deahler Hilton Hotel will go to The Columbus Cltteen'a Adopt-a-Famlly project. It was announced this week by tho general committee chair¬ men, Wendy Abrama and Seyril SlegeL The candidates for "Mr. and Madame President" have beon selected from 10 dif¬ ferent organizations of Co|unibu8. A popu¬ lar local ^ac Jocboy from WVKO-rodlO will present trophlea to tho winnera, gifts from Lucille Boll and Dezl. Arnaz, whose movie, "Forever Darling," will bo at Loew's Ohio Theatre. Committees which have been working on the "Presidential BaU" project for sev- Qral weeks Include; ad book .—. Becky Ros¬ enthal and Brenda Schilling; deooratlona — Sharon Freedman, Julie Pullet, Sherrl Ros¬ en and Sue Schwartz; ticketa — Judy Mer¬ curio and Roaalle Schottenatein; publlolty— Susan Bender, Barbara. Harris, Eleanor Michaelson and Sylvia Schottensteln. Tlie doiuie (v|ll be from 9 p. m. to mid¬ night. Tickets are available frora Judy Mercurio, DO. 64S2, or Roaalle Schotten¬ atein, EX. ai4». Weeks of tedious planning and organizing committeea hove been set in motion. Set. designing, building, constructing, arid paint¬ ing has been going on simultatieously with endless hoUrs of costume hunting and fit¬ tings . , , searching for props and having them on stage at tho right time Is sheer magic . . . lighting and sound devices all must work harmoniously with the action of the play . . . ticketa and programa must be printed . . . seating arrangements made . . . ushers assigned . . , telephone squads coll¬ ing . . . make-up committee must be on hand to help,, create the proper effects. Those are just Some of the countless jobs which must be done before the curtain can be raised on opening night. These things just don't happen. They ore planned and executed by various com¬ mittees of loyal GoIIery workers. Tho fol¬ lowing ore the working crow for "AU My Sons" pl^oductlon: Scene designer,. Dr. Simon Sculler; di¬ rector, Mel M. Slott; prodnotlori manager, Aaron' Supowlt; technical director. Jack i Rofferty; asslatoht director, Marvin SU- : beratetn; Ughtln'g, Sanford Tlmen, Jerome Oroas; coatumes, doldlo Mayer; make-up, Kayleen Waaaerstroni, .Marjorlc Gross, Mozio Pflnstein, Efottla Uebermairi,. Ethel 'tiayacUi'-.iloima .RpiibiiiBi : iqe^^^ properties, Marcia dbldst^ln, M&rty Lieb¬ erman; stage orew, t>r. Norman Berger, Edith Mendelsohn, Nate Nateman, Leon Amber; business manager, Irene. Levey; publlolty, Thelma Nytls; subscriptions, Es¬ telle Center; box office and tickets, Sliirley .Sllbersteln, Fay Levison, Marlon Soomsky; telephone, Irene Braverman, Marlon Soom¬ sky, Bette Lieberman, Janet Schaftner, -Es¬ ther Supowlt, C^ceUa Snider; uahers, Abe Levlaon, Bea Roth, Helen Carmen, Miriam Cohen, Shirley Berger, Glno Geminder, Re¬ glna Greenberg, Lillle Lewln, Helen Nutls, Jean Davis. _ y Ticketa are $1.26 for (>nter members, $1.50 for non-membera; 75c tor studenta. Tryouta for Gallery's next production, "Fifth Season," will be held Sunday, Feb. 10, 2:30 p. m.; Tuesday, Feb. 21, 8:30 p. m., and Thursday, Feb. 23, 8:30 p. m. AGUDAS AGHIM WOMEN'S DESSERT LUNGHEON Brotherhood Month will be celebrated by Agudas Achim Sisterhood at Its regular February meeting, Tuesday, 1 p. m., In the social hall of tho synagogue. Mra. Sam Kotz and Mrs. Louis Zis¬ klnd will act as hospitality chairmen for the dessert luncheon which will precede the meeting. Baby-sitting service will be avail¬ able for pre-school agu children. Mrs. Gus Reich, prograni chairman, has arranged for the presentation of a provo¬ cative film, "One People," which will bo shown In color. Sheldon Pollack, Communi¬ ty Consultant of the Ohio-Kentucky Re¬ gional office of the Antl-Defamatlon Lea¬ gue, win lead tho discussion which will fol¬ low the showing of the film, A stimulating and Interesting afternoon Is planned. Adding Interest to the program wlU be the presentation of tho "DoU Project," with Mrs. Bernard Mlndlln In charge. This new project of B'nai B'rith Women has been enthusiastically received by the many schools, church groupa and organizations whero It has been presented. The opening prayer will be given by Mrs. Al Gingold. Mrs. Louis R. Goldfarb will preside at the meeting. All members and friends of Agudas Achim Sisterhood are Invited. PAGE ONE KING SIZE The Chroniclo this week has yielded to a long-time temptation . . . and necessity. With a twiat of a jnaat head, and a few other complex switches nnd turns. Page One more than doubles Ita size . . . and tbejpleas for front-page apace, for the moat, are answered, The Ohronlole Is not at all Interested In making this procedure a habit; merely a one-weel^ "out," ' Now, la everybody happy; E, A. Flaher, Barassed editor ( s''
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-02-10|
|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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