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in 21aO^ Serving Columbus, Dayton, Centrat aiTdTsouthwestern Ohio CT\R Vol. 44. No. 19 FRIDAY. MAY The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reports WASHINGTON, (JTA) — President Johnson was blessed last week by Ashkenazl Chief Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unterman of Israel, who recited the traditional blessing for a great ruler at the White House. Rabbi Unterman told President Johnson that he brought the greetings "of the people of Israel and the blessings from Zion." He pre¬ sented the President with a menorah which he said was selected not only because of Its religious symbolism but as a reminder of King David's prayers for divine guidance. WINNIPEG, (JTA) — ,Two synagogues desecrated here recently by hooligans who smeared swastikahs on their doors received gifts from a church. The synagogues are Shaarey Zedek and Roch PIna. Each of the syngogues received a letter from the Rev. R.D.P. Kimmltt, rector of All Saints Anglican Church, enclosing one-third of last Sunday's collection as ah expression by his parishioners of "revulsion at the acts of desecration.' WASHINGTON, (JTA) — B'nai B'rith said here that public use of facilities of the Order's building In Tel Aviv "can include religious services by any branch of Judaism." Dr. William A. Wexler, B'nai B'rith international president, reported that the Order's administrative committee adopted a resolution Instructing the management committee of B'nal B'rith building in Tel Aviv "to make Its rooms and facilities available for all proper uses including religious worship by all branches of Judaism." WASHINGTON, (JTA) ^ The United States Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by an Orthodox Jewish cemetery in Youngstown, Ohio, which sought to prevent a disinterment order. The Children of Israel Cemetery of Youngstown has, since May, 1963, reslslted efforts by rela¬ tives to disinter the remains of Bertha Tamarkin Heselov and her brother, Isadore Tamarkin, for reburial in Rodef Sholom Cemetery, operated by a Reforni congregation. Mrs Haselov was burled in 1943. Her brother was buried in the same cemetery in 1939. Relatives decided to remove the remains for reburial near next-of-kin. NEW VOBK-, (JTA) — FragiUty of red blood ceUs, which provides clues to a variety of problems associated with human blood use, can now be measured quickly and easily with a device developed by a team of Israeli scien¬ tists. Dr. David Danon and colleagues at the Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovot, developed the device, called a Fragillgraph. Red Blood cell fragility can be tested in the device in minutes with use of only a single drop of blood. STUDENTS MAKE CAMPAIGN POSTERS students at Bexley High School made the posters being exhibited above by leaders of the Spring Blood Donor Drive, to be held on Wednesday, May 18, at the Jewish Center. From left to right, they are Leo Eichenbaum, Major; Sam Lubin, Major; Mrs. Martin Polster, president of the Blood Donor Council; Sanford Fishman, chairman of "B" Day; and Gordon Zeldman, Major. Also sei^fing as a Major is Mrs. Grant Brandon. Posters emphasize the need for blood donations, as so little to give, contrasted with the precious life that can be saved by the gift of blood. Cabinet Discusses Police Brutality JERUSALEM, (JTA) — PHme Minister Levi Eshkol ap¬ pointed a special commission to inquire into charges of police bru¬ tality- against Hebrew University students who, last ThursdEiy, staged a demonstration protesting the visit to the university by Dr. Konrad Adenauer, former chanceUor of West Germany, now on a visit to Israel at the Government's invitatioh. The commission, to be headed by Y. Salomon, an attomey, of Haifa, was named by the Premier Gallery Players Production To Open Tomorrow Night A cast of 25 players will be seen in the Gallery Players revival of "The Front Page" which opens at The Jewish Center, 1125 College Ave., on Saturday, May 14, at 8:30 pjn., tmder the direc tlon of Harold M. Eisenstein. The authors, Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, writing out of their personal experiences as reporters on Chicago newspapers, omitted none of the characteristics of a police headquarters press room during the roaring twen¬ ties. According to outstanding American drama critics, they combined the techniques of melo¬ drama and farce with amusing, strident and bawdy dialogue to create a scorching story with the tang of old style front page journalism. KIBBY ^WYATT completes his first year as designer for the Gallery Players with a reproduc¬ tion of Chicago's old Criminal Court's press room for "The Front Page." He has been re¬ sponsible for Ughtlng and design for the Columbus "Vaudvillitles" ' for the past five years and has been active backstage with Uni- versilfy Players and Stadium Theatre. Stage manager for "Thejp^ont Page" Is Carol Luper and Bar¬ bara Flox is production co-ordi- ndtor. Lillian Hubert and Jan /Tucker head the properties and /wardrobe departments. Virgil Gin ¦' is in charge ot sound reproduc¬ tion. INCLVDBD IN the Gallery Players cast are Ted Prltchard and John Crawford as a battle- scarred newshound and his crafty and conniving news editor. Ron Steelman will be seen as the bumbling, Incompetent sheriff and Julian Barnett as a grafting, .(continued on pagt 4) Spring Blood Drive Set For Wednesday With the issuance of the Permanent Identity Card for free blood protection to every member of the Jewish Commimity, the need for increased contribution of blood becomes apparent, and it is anticipated that this need will be answered on Wednesday, May I mands had been met and that 18, when the Spring Campaign of the Blood Donor Coimcil will they would, as a result, return after the fuU Cabinet discussed the police-student clash, and a report on the events submitted by Dr. Eliahu Elath, president of the Hebrew University. In his re¬ port, compiled by a committee that he had appointed under the chairmanship of a university pro¬ fessor of law. Dr. Elath made the foUowing charges; ONE STITDEINT was thrown off a roof, and was beaten whUe sUpping down; another student was trampled under foot and clubbed by policemen at the same time; one woman student, who was pregnant, was slugged by the police; the police did not try to use persuasion to halt the dem¬ onstration but used "excessive force"; 12 students were injured as well as 10 poUcemen. After the Cabinet's decision to have an inquiry commission named, and the Premier's action in appointing the body, student leaders at the university an¬ nounced that their immediate de with which he was decorated last week when he visited the Yad Vashem, the shrine here to the 6,000,000 Jewish martyrs of the Nazi holocaust. After the church services. Dr. Adepauer visited Kibbutz Afikim, and showed interest in the life and activities of the IsraeU settlers there. Last night, he spent at Tiberias. To¬ morrow, he said, he would visit former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, at the letter's home . at Sde Boker. Dr. Adenauer underwent more heckling in Israel Monday. He visited the settlement of Nahalal, a smaUholders' cooperative where the residents cheered him —but, at the same time, he was booed by other persons who had gathered outside that settle¬ ment. There, police arrested five persons for the vigorous protest demonstration. Schiff Elected To A.J.C. Committee Abe I. Yenkin, president of the UJFC, announced the re¬ cent election of Herbert H. Schiff to the Executive Commit¬ tee of the American Jewish Com¬ mittee. The AJC is one of the major national Jew^h commu¬ nity relation agencies having programs in America and over¬ seas. The AJC is a major bene¬ ficiary of the UJFC. IN PUBSVING THIS goal, AJC performs a three-pronged function: first. It fosters healthy intergroup relations in the United States, and thus renders a domestic service. Second, it advances the security and status of Jews in all parts of the world, and thus renders a service over¬ seas. Thh^, It promotes the full par¬ ticipation of Jews In,every facet of American Ufe, along with re¬ tention of their religio-cultural Identity, furthering what may be termed a movement in American Jewish life. SliBVINO ON the board hi ad¬ dition to Sdiiff are/Richard J. Abel and ChEU-les Y. Lazarus. President of the AJC is Mor¬ ris B. Abram. be held, Sanford Fishman, chairman of the Red Cross BloodmobUes will be at the Jewish Center on May 18 between the hours of 12:30 and 6:30 p.m. and urges donors to honor their appointments promptly, in order to expedite the giving of blood. INORBASBD NUMBER OF doctors and nurses will be on duty, and it is anticipated that the record number of donors wUl be able to be processed as quick¬ ly as possible. Mrs. Martin Polster, chairman of the Blood Donor CouncU, has released the following Ust of the participating organizations and their representatives, who wdll be tn charge of committees from each group, calling donors for "B" day. O.R.T.—Mrs. Gordon Schiff¬ man; Pioneer Women — Mrs. Harry Rubin; Beth Jacob Sister¬ hood—Mrs. Eugene Cohen; B'nai B'rith Women — Candlelight Chapter — Mrs. Daniel Gold¬ smith; B'nai B'rith Women — Zion Chapter — Mrs. Ernest Stem; Agudas Achim Brother¬ hood — Aaron Epstein. Agudas Achim Sisterhood — Mrs. Sanford Lichtenstein; B'nai B'rith Zion Lodge — Dr. Marvin Zuravsky; Hebrew School PTA — Mrs. Sol Zeldin Hadassah — Uloh Chapter — Mrs. Bonnie Goldston; Hadassah --Mitzvah Chapter — Mrs. Leon SeUgson; Temple Israel Sister- (conflnued on p«ao A) "B" Day, has announced that John D. Herbert John Herbert To Speak At Celebration Chronicling; The News Editorial 2 Teen Sceqie 5 Society 6, 7 Shopping Guide 8 Synagogues 8 Sports 9, 10 Real Estate 5 Clean-Up 4 The Honorable John D. Her¬ bert will be the principal speaker at the community-wide celebra¬ tion of Israel's 18f.h (Chai) In- depiendence Day. This event, sponsored by the Columbus Zionist District of the Zionist Organization of America, wiU be held this Sunday, May 15, 2:30 p.m. at the Jewish Center. COOPERATING organizations include B'nal B'rith Zion Lodge No. 62 Hadassah, Jewish War Veterans, Mizrachi Men, Mizra¬ chl Women and Pioneer Women The pubUc is Invited to attend this event. John D. Herbert accompanied Governor Rhodes on his trade mission to Europe last FaU. In the midst of this tour,, the Gov¬ ernor led a smaU delegation. In¬ cluding Herbert, on a four-day trip to Israel where they met with business and government leaders. HEBBEBT WILL extend the (contfnutd on paga 4) to classes tomorrow. They had decUned to attend classes since the clash. Adenauer Visit, to BaJvUan . University CanceUed; Blot Feared A visit Dr. Adenauer had scheduled to make to Bar-Ilem University, at Ramat Gan, was canceUed for fear that students there might repeat the kind of demonstration that had greeted him at the Hebrew University. Metmwhiie, Dr Adenauer at¬ tended services at the Church of the Beatitude at Capernaum, and visited Christian shrines at Nazareth. Both at Capemaiun and Nazareth, the ex-chanceUor, a devout Catholic, w£is seen en¬ gaged in deep meditation and prayer. However, he told news¬ men after the church services: "This is not a religious pUgrim¬ age but mainly a poUtical trip, aiming toward further improve¬ ment of relations between Israel and Germany. HE WAS STILL wearing to¬ day the Remembrance Badge Israel's Finance Minister Completes Bonds Redemption The State of Israel made a final payment of $31,320,685 to complete the redemption of the first Israel Bond Issuer ever floated in the United States to help finance Israel's economic development. Phihas Saph-, Israel's Minister of Finance, told more than 350 Jewish leaders who gathered at a luncheon at the Waldorf-As¬ toria Hotel to celebrate the event, that marks "completion of the repayment of the first eco¬ nomic independence." THE $81 MILIrlONr^'check Which Mr. Sapir tiu^ied over at the luncheon was the largest single amoimt ever paid out by the State of Israel to meet any of its financial obUgations. It was made out to the Chase Manhat¬ tan Bank, fiscal agent for Israel Bonds, to be distributed to hold¬ ers of Coupon Bonds maturing. These are the last outstanding Bonds of the Independence is¬ sue, which produced a total of $145,532,800 durhig the three- IconNnnad on pago 4) JEWISH BOY AND GIRL OF YEAR The Jewish Boy and Jewish Girl of the Year were named Tuesday night at the Agudas Achlm Synagogue by B'nai B'rith. Fredrlca R. Blelch, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Maurice Blelch, 261 S. Roosevelt Ave. (second from left), was presented the Candlelight Avirard by Mrs. Albert Kar¬ mia, Candlelight representative to the BBYO, Gary Stewart (third from left), son of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Stewart, 2867 Key¬ stone Dr., was presented his trophy by MiUard Bornsteln, lodge warden of Zion Lodge No. 62. (iOft Center iJSMS & *!-'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-05-13|
|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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