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;r7-™.*- i^«.^fW:sfi*35'i**' Sf\y^ Serving Columbus and Centraa Ofaio Jewish Communitip\\7/K Vol. 34, No. 30 COLUMBUS. OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1956 agrcomont which has Insisted must JORDANIAN ATTACK ON CHILDREN'S SETTLEMENT .nCRUSALlSM, (JTA)-Le8S than 24 hours ftftcr the departure of United Nations Secretary General Ong Hammarakjold from Jordan two aggressive acts by Jordanians against Israel took place, violating the ceaae-fire Hammarskjold bo observed. One of the incidents Involved an attack by Jordanian Infiltrators on an Israeli children's village near Jerusalem. The other was the planting by the Jordanians of a mine near Kaatel, In the Jerusalem area, where Jordanian troops had opened fire on laraells several times Monday. UN Secretary General Hammar¬ skjold returned to Geneva from his flying trip to Israel, Jordan and Egypt Where he had talks with government leaders in each of the three countries, aimed at main¬ taining tranquility along the Arab. Israeli frontiers. He announced that ho would return to the Mld- <ilc East in October shortly before the opening of the next United Nations General Assembly in New York in November. Israeli leaders indicated, how¬ ever, that in the light of incidents this week, they will ask Hammar¬ skjold what he accomplished re¬ garding implt>mentation of the cease-fire agreement during his stay In Jordan- "Israel will con- aider Its policy toward Jordan in the light of whatever assurances the UN Secretary General may have obtained from the Jordan Government," a Foreign Ministry spokesman gaid here.. "At the last meeting ot the Is¬ rael-Jordan Mixed Armistice Com mission," the Israeli official point ed out. "the Israeli delegation de- ; Glared that It saw no value in ad- '¦ ditional condemnations when pre¬ vious resolutions adopted by the Commission remained unheeded by Jordan. Now, with aggression continuing, the question la again asked whether reliance can be placed on the Mjxed Armistice Commission aa an effective organ for reducing border tension." When UN truce chief Maj. Qen. E. L. M. Burns returned from Cairo, where he had gone with Hammarskjold, he waa summoned to the Foreign Ministry by Foreign Minister Golda Myerson to dis¬ cuss Jordan's "blatant non-com- pJJance" with its cease-fire pledge. Mrs. Myerson demanded a force¬ ful demarche to the Jordan Gov¬ ernment and asked that as UN Chief of Staff he Inform the Se¬ curity Council of Jordan's aggres¬ sions. In the attack on the Israeli chil¬ dren's village, Jordanian Infiltra¬ tors threw a ha"d grenade into the hallway of a dormitory, but none of the sleeping children was hit. Then they sprayed a bus standing in the couryard with bullets. The attack occurred ut tlie Maaleh Hachamtsha aetllement. There were no casualties. Syrian troops opened fire on group ot IsraeJJ workers In fields noHh of Hule^, but hit no one. An ¦ Israeli police patrol returned the fire, but the Israeli workers con¬ tinued at their jobs. Maurice Bernstein Resigns as UJF^s Executive Director ummM * iVoIoIIojhSJv RABBI ZELiZEB Legrion Chaplain At the convention last week-end in Cloveland, 129,000 members of the State of Ohio Department of American Legion elected Rabbi Nathan Zelizer to serve as chaplain for. the coming year. This Is the first time in the his¬ tory of the Department that a Rabbi has been so honored. The officers and members of Temple Tlfereth Israel are justly proud of their spiritual leader, and congrat¬ ulate him oh his appointment. It Is fitting that thia additional honor should be placed upon him during his 2Bth year as rabbi of Temple Tifereth Israel. UESLER Jack ReaJer, Ave., president ELECTED 226 S. Columbia the Hercules of Trouscr Co., Tuesday was elected vice-president of tho Trouaor In¬ atltute of America at a meeting held in St. Louis. MEDICAL STUDENT GRADES PERFECT Aaron S. Katz, 21, ot 44 S. Ard¬ more Rd., will enter tho Ohio State University College of Medicine this fall with a straight "A" record, tho highest academic ¦^^^i^^^KB^ Eiverago among the class of X&O medical frowh- men. The aon of Mrs. Samuel, Katz and a graduate of Co¬ lumbua Academy, he completed 10 quarters of pre- medical work i n the College o t Aaron Kate ^^ts and Sciences without receiving lesa than a perfect grade. He la a membor of Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honor society, and Alpha Epsllon Delta, pre- modical honor society. The resignation of Maurice B6rn. stcln as Executive Director of tlic United Jewish Fund of Columbus, effective Sept. 1, 1956, was an¬ nounced by Troy A. Feibel, presi¬ dent oQhe Fund. Bernstein will leave Columbus to accept a post as Senior Consultant on Community Organization with the CouncU of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds In New York City. The Council Is the membership association of the local Jewish Federations, Welfare Funds and Community Councils throughout the United States and Canada. Mr. Bernatcin haa been Execu¬ tive Director of the United Jewish Fund of Columbus and the Jewish Community Council since March 1, 1951. He has also served as Execu¬ tive Director of the United Jewish Fund of Columbus and the Jewish Community Council since Aug. 1, 1052. Mr. Felbel stated at the time of the announcement; "Maurice Bernstein, aince coming to Columbus, haa done an outstand¬ ing job In administering the aTfairs of tho Fund, the Jewish Communi¬ ty Council and the Jowish FamUy Service. He haa brought a wealth of inspiration to all of the local Jewish organizationjg. In addition, hia personality has ;orved as an inspiration to the community lead¬ ers who have worked with him and has made the job ot fund-raising and tho direction of our welfare agencies a much moro pleasant task for the many volunteers who helped each year. All of us who havt' worked with Maurice are sorry to lose him but all of us are happy that his new position ad¬ vances his career In his chosen field cf work." Mr. Bornsteln said; "The oppor¬ tunity to serve tho organlztttlona with which I have been connected has been a most rewarding exper¬ ience. I face the prospect of leav¬ ing with the certainty that the fine work of these agencies will con¬ tinue to grow and they will develop even bettor programs for tho needs of the Jewish people in this com¬ munity. The inspired leaders and hundreds of volunteers who have given unselfishly of themselves and tholr means have made it easier and picasanter for mc to carry my responsibilities as the Director of these agencies. The staff of the agencies has also shown excellent MK. BEUNSTEIN GOLDEN AGE PICNIC Another Golden Age Club picnic ot the summer will be held Sun- competence and loyal devotion to j day at Biackllck Woods, the welfare of the community. I It Is requested that picnickers desire to express my thanka to the I moot at the Jewlah Center by 10 a. officers, membrers of the Boards I m. A bus and cars will leave at 10. and all of tho othor people who Those attending are to pack pic- have cooperated to make tho work of the agencies as successful as it has been. Cohimbus will always have a warm spot in my heart and I trust .that those persons whom I nic baskets. Refreshments will be served by .the Golden Age Cli^b and the co-aponsoring Council of Jew¬ lah Women and Jewish Center. Program will Include games. do not get to thank personally will i niuslc and a trip through'the Na- accept this expression of my grati-1 ture Museum. tude and continue to work for tho successful attainment of tho objectives of all our communal agencies. In his new post, Bernstein will be counselling with community or¬ ganization leaders in the Central Atlantic region and will also aerve as Secretary of the Council's nat¬ ional Committee on Community Organization. A committee consisting of Fred Yenkin as chairman, Richard J. Abel as Vice-chairman and Dr. ,E. J. Gordon, Allen Gundershelmer, Charles Lazarus, Herbert Levy, Samuel Melton, Jack Rosier, Her¬ bert Schiff, Jack Schiff, Samuel Shinbach, Robert WcUer and A. B. Welnfeld was appointed by Mr. Feibel to select a successor to Mr. Bernstein as Executive Director of tho Fund. All members are urged to attend. DINNER TO HONOR BERNSTEIN When tho news firat came out of the departure of Maurice Bt;rnate(n from the Columbua scone, a volunteer committoc pro¬ ceeded to arrange for a dinner in his honor nt Winding Hollow- Country Club Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 7 p. .m. Rosorvations may bi- made by calling the offico of Samuel Shlnbarh, CA. 1-5886. ARMS EQUALITY IS URGED FOR ISRAEL LONDON, (JTA) — The demand that Israel be brought up to arma equality with the Arab states and that thereafter an international arms embargo be clamped on the Middle East to prevent a continu¬ ous process of balancing arms shipments to one side with further shipments to the other, was voiced by Alfred Robens, the Labor Par¬ ty's foreign expert, during a for¬ eign policy debate In Commons. Clement Davles, leader of the Literal Party, agreed with Robens that one the balance of power had been restored through Increas¬ ing Israel's strength, the best course would he to deny arms to both sides. He asked why the Tri¬ partite Declaration of 1950 had not been carried out. Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden opened the debate for the government, but did not make any reference tu the Middle East sit¬ uation. Sir Anthony indicated that lhi.s aapec^ of the government's policy would be dealt with by OAPITOL POST PICNIC ON WRFD GROUNDS Tomorrow's the day for the basket picnic sponsored by Capltol Post 122 and Auxiliary an radio station WRBD'a picnic grounds on Route 23, north of Worthlngton. Starting time Is 2:30 p. m. Park fees arc 28o (or adults, 18c for chil¬ dren. Dessert and soft drinks will be furnished free. 1 DO' ELECTIONS The "I DO" Club, a married couples group of the Jewish Cen¬ ter, Interested in volleyball, haa elected the following officers (or Its fourth year: Pres., Cora and Sam Felnstein: vice pres., Jane and Harry Feld¬ man; rec. sec'y, Flo and Iz Qure¬ vltz; cor sec'y. Sally and Harry Levlne; treas., Sylvia and Neal Callif.. Plans have been completed for a wiener roast, at $1.60 per couple, to be held Sunday evening, Aug. 26, at the Jewish Center grounds. All friends and potential members are invited. Along with wieners and all the trimmings, the evening includes watermelon and an unusual pro¬ gram of entertainment. Iran's Prof. Fatemi Again Scores Arab Leaders NEW YORK, (AJP)- Prof. Nas-j rollah Saifrom 'Fatemi, former delegate to the United Nations In behalf of Iran, on<?o again acored Arab leadera for their lack of vision Is not recognizing larael aa an accomplished fact in the Middle East. Speaking at a meeting of the In¬ terfaith Committee for Peace In the Holy Land In the Presbyterian Labor Temple on New York's fam¬ ous old 14th St. landmark at the corner of 2nd Ave., Prof. Fatemi told an audience composed of Mos¬ lems, Jews and Christians that the Israelis can take any punishment dealt them from the air, sea or land, Biit the Arab mass, he cm- phaslzfKl, in Cairo, Damascus or Baghdad would go beaerk the very moment larael retaliated with the first bomb on those cities. They will not be able to take it, he de¬ clared, and revolutions \yould break out immediately. Nasser, added, senses this. Prof. Fatemi. who teaches i Now Jersey University and turea In various universities, lie miracle can explain the event, he i stressed. n a [ Prof. Fatemi also revealed that lee- \ when an Arab diplomat once ac¬ re- cusod him of being a Zionist he re¬ vealed that when he was a delugato I torted in tho negative, but added at the United Nations, the ^ then I that his ancestors, the famous representative of the United King- Cyrus who had favored the return dom, Sir Gladwyn Jobb-, had totd of the Jews to Palestine and who him that, when the British left the | facilitated the return which Jed Holy Land In 1948, London had ex- to the building of th Second Tem- pected a massacre of the Jowb in Palestine by the Arabs and that In order to meet the emergency the British Government had their ships ready to cvaet^te those Jews driv¬ en Into the sea to the nearby island of Cyprus. Fatemi then declared that God had played a prank'on both the British and the Arabs by miracu¬ lously reversing the procedure as fas OS evacuation was concerned The Arabs were driven back by a handful of Israelis and only a pie, was the firat Zionist. The Rev. Dr. Richard E, Evans presided at the Interfaith meeting which anounced the erection of a Pillar of Peace In Israel. Dr- Evans road the following telegram from Senator Alexander E. WJley; "I wish you and your friends a most successful consummation of your plan to construct a Pillar of Peace in the Holy Land. May It aymbolize the living faith of Jew, Moslem and Christian for real understanding and peace,"
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1956-07-27|
|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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