Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-10-14, page 01
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2f\Q^" Serving Columbus^ Dayton/C^nfraf a^ Southwestern Ohio ^CT\\^ hi Vol. 44, No, 42 FRrOAY, OCTOBER 14, 1966 — 30 TISHREI 5727 if B'nai B^rith Brings Top Performer Here Under the sponsorship of the three B'nai B'rith Chapters and Zion Lodge, meinl>ers, family and friends are invited to attend the annual "geft together" meet¬ ing on Wednesday, OctoJjer 19, 8 p.m., at the Jewish Center Au¬ ditorium. Zion, Candlelight, Twin 4m ' %:i'^i ^^s'ia&w- ~'mm Mrs. Buth Mondscheln Rivers Chapters, and Zion Lodge will present Mrs. Ruth Mond- scHein, National Program Di¬ rector of B'nai B'rith Women who will entertain with "What Makes a Woman Interesting." To quote Mrs. Mondscheln: "The era of yeinless, sexless and spineless women is over." Before joining the B'nal B'rith Women staff, she was a profes¬ sor of speech and drama at Brooklyn College and was study¬ ing for her doctorate in speech education at New York Univer¬ sity. Mrs. Mondscheln has travel¬ led extensively throughout the country as a speaker, entertain¬ er, lecturer . and doing "one- woman" shows. SHE WAS FEATUBED in dra¬ matic roles in many network and local television and radio pro¬ grams. During the summer she divided her time between acting in summer stock theatre and be¬ ing director of a Girls' cflmp. Mrs. Mondscheln recently re¬ ceived a citation from the Presi¬ dent's Committee on Employ¬ ment of the Handicapped for her work in teaching a speech course to volunteers of service organiza¬ tions. Auxiliary Pays Tribute To Mrs. Joseph Schecter A glowing tribute to the dy¬ namic leadership of Mrs. Joseph D. Schecter, retiring president of the Heritage House Auxiliary, featured the report of Lazar Brenner, Executive Director of the Home at the recent annual meeting of the Auxiliary. Over 200 men and women join¬ ed the residents of the Home to hear the report of Mrs. Schecter of the increased scope of ac¬ tivities of the Auxiliary during her term of office, and to salute the newly elected officers and Board members, who will be led by Mrs. Leon Schottenstein In the coming year. IN THE BEPOBT of the Nom- natlng Committee, given by Mrs. Jack Resler, past president of the Auxiliary, additional praise was given Mrs. Schecter for her leadership and direction. Mrs. Julius Speisman, elected to Hon¬ orary Board Member, was also commended by Mrs. Resler, for her vision and dedication to the Home, in the difficult and trying period before the building of Heritage House, which cele¬ brated its fifth anniversary this faU. Mrs. Aaron Zacks, chairman of the meeting arrangements, in¬ troduced Mr, Louis Josepbson, who gave expression of appreci¬ ation to the members of the Au¬ xiliary tor their services In be¬ half of the residents. MANV ABTICLES made by the residents were on sale at the meeting. All members of the community were urged to visit Heritage House and to purchase these items. for their own use or for gifts. Mrs. Schottenstein, in her ac- ceptemce of the Presidency, earn¬ estly solicited the support of aU members of the community, in making Heritage House not only a place for elderly citizens to live, but to make it, In fact, their Home. ISRAEU ART SHOW BEGINS SUNDAY Mrs. Henry Gurvis, left, chairman of the Temple Israel Sisterhood IsraeU Art Show to be held from I to 4 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. daily from October 17-20, gives a preview of some of the paintings in the show to Mrs. Millard Cum¬ mins, ticket coKihalrman. There will be a special patrons showing on Sunday evening, October 16, from 7-10 p.m. Patron tickets are $5.00. Regular tickets are $1.00, and both may be purchased at the door. EXRC. Meeting To Honor Presidents The presidents of more than 50 organizations representing every facet of Jewish community life in Columbus will be honored at the eighth annual dinner meeting of United Jewish Fund and Council October 23 at Winding Hollow Countiy^ Club. These organizations are membeirs of the Council of)Organiza- tions, which was formed hi 1959 by the merger of United Jewish Fund with Jewish Community Council. TTie Council of Organiza¬ tions meets quarterly to plan KENNEDY SPEAKS FOR SHAMANSKY Senator Rolpert Kennedy (right) visited Columbus last weekend in support of Robert N. Shamansky (left), candi¬ date for Congress in the Twelfth Congressional District The above photo was taken at a reception for Kennedy at the Maramor sponsored by the Robert N. Shamansky for Congress Committee. A large and enthusiastic crowd heard Kennedy praise Shamansky's qualifications for office; ICen- nedy also lauded Shamansky's campaign work for the late John F. Kennedy in the presidential election of 1960. ANNUAL DONOR LUNCHEON HIGHUGHTS YEAR FOR JEWISH WAR VETS AUXILjAltY Capitol-Ladies Atixiliaiy-No.-ri22;'--JWVA;'-i8'^ccdmpM9hlng many goals for its 21st Annual Donor Luncheon on Tuesday, October 25, at 12:30 p.m., at Ilonka's Provincial House, 4040 E. Broad St. The souvenir donor program ad book which will also contain favorite recipes submitted by members, will be presented to ad¬ vertisers, sponsors, and to patrons at the luncheon affair. ADMISSION to the luncheon is by donor pledge and reserva¬ tion. Out-of-town guests and non-memijers are welcomed at a reduced rate. Payment may be by cash, trading stamp books (valued at $2 each), ad work, or any combination of these. Contributions to the Remem¬ brance Fund will be credited to¬ wards the donor pledge. Honor or Memory certificates may be obtained by contacting Miss Bertha Dulsky. Payments may be mailed to Mrs. Charles Young, 1370 Brookwood Pi. Res¬ ervations may be secured from Mrs. Israel Berliner, 231-8527, pledge chaimuin. MBS. HABBY COWAN, dec¬ orations chairman, will feature a timely theme throughout the luncheon event. Publicity has been handled by Mrs. Meix Tra¬ ger. Highlights of the afternoon pro¬ gram will include entertainment by Larry Kent, local actor-co- Young Men Given Swastika Choice CHICAGO, (JTA) —Two young men arrested for street fighting while wearing Nazi swastika emblems on their jack¬ ets were given a choice In a court of paying $200 fines or reading a book on the evils of Nazism. Judge Saul Epton, of Boys Court, offered the choice to Gene Kubislk, 19, and Daniel Kametz, 21, who faced the dis¬ orderly conduct charges. Police said the two were arrested in a street fight. Nativity Dispute PITTSBURGH, (JTA) —Pitts¬ burgh's Jewish community pro¬ tested last week to the City Council against efforts being made by two Council members to authorize the erection ot a display in Mellon Square, during the ne^t Christmas season, de¬ picting the "nativity scene" and specifically providing that the figures of Jesus and Ma*y be in¬ cluded. median, Sgt. Major Roberts of the U. S. Marine Corps, who will show and narrate a combined timely movie, "War Within A War" and "Operation Golden Fleece," awards and other plan¬ ned entertainment. MBS. MOBBIS Lessure, donor chairman, urges all members to give their donor pledge when called as a guarantee that the many philanthropies and activity programs will conttaue. HADASSAH PRESENTS 'SALUH' PREMIERE The Columbus Chapter of Ha¬ dassah will present the award- wtaning Israeli film, "Sallah." "Sallah is a rarity! . . . un¬ usual, endearing, and colorful," says A. H. Weiler of the N.Y. Times. Judith Crist of the Her¬ ald Tribune says: "Sallah is fun! . . . warm of heart, shrewd of head and rascally to the core." The New York Daily News says that "Sallah" is an amusing, folksy comedy. THE VOCATIONAL Educa¬ tion Committee of Hadassah is premiering the Israeli film at the newly-remodeled Drexel Theatre on Tuesday, November 1, at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Norbert Kruger, Chap¬ ter Vocational Education chair¬ man, says "Sallah can be enjoyed by anyone, from the 10-year-old student to the Golden Ager." Proceeds from this program will be used to expand Hadassah facilities and help develop the Vocational Education program for gifted Israeli youth. TICKETS may be purchased from the following Hadassah Vocation Chairmen: Mrs. Nor¬ man Mathless, 231-4716; Mrs. Leonard Schottenstein, 258-7104 Mra. Milton Glass, 231-7788; Mrs Norman Hosansky, 235-8532 Mrs. Herman Kress. 231-9603 Mrs. Ira Naznitsky, 885-9073 Mrs. Michael Berkey, 886-3109 Mrs. A. H. Parish, 237-7026; Mrs. Louis Adehnan, 235-5105. Tickets are $2.50 each or Top Value, S, & H.,Buckeye, or Plaid Tradtag Stamp Books wiU be redeemed for $2.00 each. and execute programs in special areas of community life. PEBMANENT committees and theh- chairmen are calendar com¬ mittee, Makine Papurt; multiple appeals, Robert Weiler, Sr., and community scholarship, Harry Schwartz. Ad Hoc committees are created from time to time to handle special projects such as the recent rally opposing antl- semitism in the Soviet Union. Chairman of the Council of Organizations is Mrs. Raymond Kahn. Mrs. Jack Resler and Mrs. Carl Mellman serve as council planners. PBESIDENTS to be honored Include Agudas Achim Congrega¬ tion, Leon Schottenstein; Agudas Achim Sisterhood, Mrs. Alvin Worly; Agudas Achim Brother¬ hood, Louis Feinberg; Ahavas Sholom Congregation, Sol Ris¬ ing: Ahavas Sholom Sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Mathless; American Friends of Hebrew University, Dr. Ivan Gilbert; Beth Jacob Congregation, Alvin Shames; Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Mrs. Wil¬ liam Bless; Beth Tikvah Cmjt grejgaticiii, SanfbH"Sliaprr6;'Befli Tikvah Sisterhood, Mrs. Harold Wolf. Also B'nal B'rith CandleUght No. 888, Mrs. Donald Mayes; B'nai B'rith Women Zion No. 127, Mrs. Leon Gross; B'nai B'rith Lodge Zion No. 62, A. C. Strip; Columbus Chapter Nation¬ al Women's Committee of Bran¬ deis University, Mrs. Rudolph Stern, Jr.; Columbus Hebrew School, Herbert Solomon; Co¬ lumbus Hebrew School, P.T.A., Mrs. Lawrence Gordon; Colum¬ bus Torah Academy, Leon Schot¬ tenstein; Columbus Torah Acad¬ emy, P.T.A., Mrs. David Suss¬ man; Community Relations Com¬ mittee, Judge Leonard Stern; Ex¬ celsior Club, Milton Pinsky. ALSO HEBITAOE House Au¬ xiliary, Mrs. Joe Schecter; Heri¬ tage House, Sol D. Zell; Hillel Foundation - OSU, Raymond W e 1 Is ; HadassEih - Columbus Chapter, Mrs. Carl Mellman; Jewish W£ir Veterans Capitol Post, Dr. Ben Gertner; Jewish War Veterans Women's Auxil¬ iary, Mrs. Sanford Fishman'; Jewish Family Service, Abe A. Wolman; Jewish Center, Leon Friedman; Jewish Community Blood Donor Council, Mrs. Mar¬ tin Polster; McKlnley Lodge, Abe Luper. Also Mizrachl Men, Rabbi David Stavsky; Mizraciil Women, Mrs. David Raikln; Mlzrachi - Raanana Chapter, Mrs. Heinz Hoffman; National Council of Jewish Women, Mrs. George Omstein; National Council of Jewish Women (Evening Group), Mra. Robert Kean; Northslde Jewish Communily Association, Sam Rosen; Pioneer Women Group I and Golda Meier Chap¬ ter, Mrs. A. S. Kohn; Temple Israel, Troy A. Feibel; Temple Israel Sisterhood, Mrs. David Madison; Temple Israel Brother¬ hood, Dr. Norman Shiff. ALSO TEIMFLE Tlfereth Is¬ rael, Samuel Oppenheimer; Tem¬ ple Tlfereth Israel Sisterhood, Mrs. Leonard Wasserstrom; Tem¬ ple 'nfereth Israel Brotherhood, Gordon Zeidman; Voliner Soci¬ ety, WiUiam Glvets; Winding Hollow Country Club, Louis J. Krakoff; Women's American Ort, Mrs. Herbert Weiner; and Zionist Organization of America, Rabbi Samuel Rubenstein. Adult Edueation^^f— Forum Features Curtis A. Brooks Michael Seidemann, director of the newly-formed Adult Educa¬ tion Forum, announces that the first program will be held on October 19, 8:30 p.m at the Ahavas Sholom Social Hall, 2586 E. Broad St. The featured guest will be Cm-tis A. Brooks, Director of the Columbus Metropolitan A re a Poverty Program." BBOOKS IS a graduate of Morgan State College in Balti¬ more, and has done graduate study in social work at the Uni¬ versity of Illinois and at Loyola, ated In 1966 by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce as one of Its "Outstandtag Young Men of The Year," Brooks was com¬ mended for his contribution ta the field of race relations and social welfare ta Chicago and Cook County. Brooks will be tatroduced by Seidemann, who is the director of Work Experience and Trata- Ing for the Franldta County Wel¬ fare Department. A cordial in¬ vitation Is extended to anyone who wishes to attend this open¬ ing session. BETH JACOB BREAKS GROUND Cars lined both sides of College Avenue from the Jew¬ ish Center to the site of the new Beth Jacob Synagogue Sunday afternoon as groundbreaking ceremonies were held for the new ultra-modern synagogue. The rain that began to fall during the actual groundbreaking did not dampen the spirit of the crowd of well-wishers who gathered for the occasion. Rabbi Stavslcy is using a shovel sent to the Beth Jacob from Israel for the ceremony.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-10-14|
|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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