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19 - ARCH, 1954 JC C NEW S PAGE THREE ___ 13Y00ansemond Hotel Is Locale For "'" "" v,rg,ma State B'nai B'rith Convention I. or the first time in ten years, F e t tOrfolk will play host to the twenty- fr0 five men and women lodges which rs,| eprise the Virginia State Associa- ecd tzon of B'nai B'rith. is I Arthur Siegel, past president of the Co Arnold Gamsey Lodge is serving as NelC'nvention chairman, together with [sral iiCnvention committee composed of essJ e representatives from each of the [arden's lodges and B'nai B'rith Women. The Convention, which will attract i 'ell over one hundred out-of-town i tlelegates, will be held the week-end i of March 27-2 )ei bl 8-29, at the Nansemond n 1 Otel at Ocean View. Tickets for the three-day conven- tion are $15.00 per person. This in- eludes registration fee, Saturday night 0cktail party and dinner dance, Sun- ay evening dinner and Sunday and /londay luncheons. s Reservations may be made by call- ing Arthur Siegel, 21158; Joseph Nus- i! baum, 26221 and Mrs. Herbert Free- I, 62-0528. Anaong the honored guests will be LeWis Ossinsky, of Daytona Beach, 13resident_elect, District 5, Julius tl Iiseher, of Roanoke, Secretary of ,, bistrict 5, as well as the two presi- tlti dents of the Virginia State Associa- t tion, Harry H. Sager, of Fredericks- burg and Mrs. Elias Friedman of POrtsmouth.  Herman Aldelsberg of Washington, O.. C., Director of the Anti-Defama- ou League, will conduct an ADL oerainar at the Sunday luncheon. Committee chairmen in charge of the Convention include: , KOpeland Ornoff, Publicity; Dr. ) rlerbert Bonnie, Education; Joseph !e!n. Finance; Joseph Nusbaum, RtCkets and Mrs. tlerbert Freeman, egistration. i Mr. A. Pudolsky, well-known Caterer, is now operating the Snack Bar at the Jewish Community Cen- ter. The Snack Bar is open from 3:00 P. M.-5:00 p. M., and from 7:00 P.M. - 10:00 p. M. daily, except on the Sabbath. ? MYRNA TECK MARSHA SACKS DIANNE COMESS Beauty Queens Vie at Center Purina Carnival Purim Boll (Continued from Page 1) the boy and girl under 12 years of age with the most interesting and unique costume. An Armed Services Variety Show, featuring Chaplain Dave Hachen as Master of Ceremonies will wind up this festive occasion. The "Wedding Ring," an Armed Services married couples club, will present an original skit as part of the variety show. In addition there wil be traditional carni- val atmosphere: decorated booths, games of chance and refreshments. Among those nominated for the title of Queen Esther are, Miss Myrna Teck, Sweetheart of Dr. Israel Brown AZA; Miss Dianne Comess, Sweet- heart of Old Dominion AZA; Miss Marcia Sacks, popular member of Portsmouth's B'nai B'rith Girls and Miss Marilyn Levin, Iota Gamma Phi's popular daughter. Members of the Planning Commit- tee serving with Mr. Japha and Mr. Nesson are: Mesdames: Philip Berger, William Becker, Philip Weiner, Julius Lidsky, G. Sedel, L. F. Goodman, Harry Clark, Max Kurtz, William Schwartz, Messrs. William Schwartz, William Berman, Stanley Wolff, Don Ruben- off; Misses: Barbara Cooper, Ethel Raye Nesson, Roslyn Gladstone, Dot Swersky, Marsha Sannders, Brenda Kirshon, Sandra Kaplan, Joyce Frie- man, Sareta Marcus, Eliazbeth Lieb- man and Mickey Stredler, Sid Slavin, Jordan Gutterman, Lorenee Gutter- man, and Harold Garson. Phil Grossmann, Director of Activi- ties at the Center is Coordinator. All JCC $160,000 LOAN APPROVED BY BANKS Following negotiations between the National Bank of Commerce, the Sea- board Citizens National Bank and a committee representing the Jewish Community Council, consisting of Hyman H. Block, Morton Cushner and Norman Berlin, the request for a bank loan of $160,000, to be repaid by the United Jewish Appeal over a five- year period of time, was approved by the two banks in the amount of $100,- 000 from the National Bank of Com- merce and $60,000 from the Seaboard Citizens National Bank. This note, secured by a promissory note of the United Jewish Appeal, plus the signatures of some thirty Nor- folk citizens, will be repaid out of the proceeds of the next five United Jew- ish Fund campaigns in the amount of $32,000 per year. The loan which was approved by the Board of Directors of the Coun- cil at its January 20th meeting is part of the $75,000,000 advanced by communities throughout the United States to enable the Jewish Agency to refund its pressing short-term loans. This refinancing project will save Israel some seven to eight million dollars a year in interest rate savings, as well as the savings effectuated by being able to purchase materials for cash on the world market. proceeds from the Carnival will go to the Jewish Community Center Operat- ing Fund. UJF Norfolk (Continued from Page 1) and crewmen is getting underway with full Naval panoply. This from no less a personage than the Campaign Admiral, Norman Ber- lin. Bulletin I of OPERATION QUAR- TER MILLION, the official publica- tion of UJF NORFOLK during the current United Jewish Fund cam- paign, will be shortly mailed to the Norfolk Jewish community. Watch for it. It will contain the latest up to the minute news flashes on the campaign. We trust that the UJF NORFOLK will receive the same enthusiastic welcome as did its namesake, the USS NORFOLK. To Admiral Berlin and Vice-Ad- mirals. Sidney Gates and Sam Weis- berg, we say "Bon Voyage." 13-15 Year Old Girls To Discuss Dating Girls, thirteen to fifteen years of age, will participate in a panel discus- sion on "What kind of a Date are You?", Thursday evening, March 25 at the Jewish Community Center. The adult panelists will include Mrs. William Boyd, Mrs. Esther Henry and Mrs. Mildred Alexander. Teen panelists will be Misses Merle Burns, Dianne Comess and Anne War- saw. All girls between the ages of thir- teen and fifteen are invited to attend.