Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1969-01-30, page 01
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q.oo»!tS T^TH 'R 2I8T H^/ Serving Cplumbus, "Central^^nT^^ Vol. 47. No. 5 THURSDAY. JANUARY 30,1969- 11 SHEVAT Nasser Linked To Terrorists JERUSALEM. OTA) -r A hard-Une speecfa by Fnsldent Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt in wMcfa fae extoUed Arab guerriUas and pledged tfaem aU-out suiiport was cited tor an IsraeU official as prooT —"if fkntiier proof were needed" — of fais Govermnent's Unks wiUi Palestinian torrorlst^ groups. ' Gideon RabeU db»ctoiy-^genera| of tfae Israel Foreign Mfaiistry, said on a radio faierview tfaat CoL Nasser's . speecfa reflected andexposed the "helplessness" of Ms donestic situation and tiie "dead endT',toward wMcfa Egyptian foreign poUcy was leadhig. niESIDENT Nasser, ad¬ dressbig tfae new E;gyptiai National AssemUy, cbdmed, "We are not war-maqgerB ~ we are working for peace." Bnt tfae EJygpUai leader declared tiiat his countiy wm never "sit tb negcAiate witfa an enemy wfao is occupying our terrttoo" and tint it wooldflgfatberon it %reed to " cede an faiefa." Altfaougfa faemadenomenUon of tiw UdtedStates, his re- Community Meeting Is Called A Bpedal meetfaig otthe Jeirish conunontty has been caned bgr ttaeCommnnityBe- latiiwiB' CmiiiiUloe and the 'Jewish Center next Tuesday evenbig« Feb. 4, at &30, at the Jewisfa Ceoter, 1125 Col¬ lege Ave. Yitcfaak Leor. Consul ftar Public Intarmattdn of tfae .Consulate General oflsrael marks were beUeved tocon- ^&%Slei«a^ wiu address tiie stitute Egypl^s reactfam to igi^ili|rlng on "Israel's the Udted States note to tin stiraiije ftar Fteace." ' Soviet Uifam wUcfa proposed.';,: MYER,MELLMA" ''"-« an IsraeU, wtUidrawal. but,, prtaljjrat and a i'" - of ^World's Week JERUSALEM (WNS) -- TbeArabtemrlstacKanlza- tton El Fatafa In an annauncement In Befarat, Lebanoi^ faas repeated its rejection oit ail plans calUng for a poUtical settlement to the Middte East ertsla. The gronp specifically Inclnded the recent Rnssian; pro¬ posals, tiw first .tfaoM it haa made dfaraet rettrene^ to the Soviet peace efforts. UNITto NfATIONS (WNS) ~ Iraa hu offieially an¬ nounced its rejection oC tfae 1967 Udted Nations Se¬ curity CouncU xesolation toraBIlddleEastsetttement. TbeacUon came almost two years after tiw resolution was adopted bgr flw UN and Is believed to reflect faraq.! displeasnre witti tfae Soviet Uddn's receatpeace pro¬ posals wUch are based on tte SecurUy CouiiciLiieso- lutfan. No official commoat iras issued on tfaeRussian Pten. ' NEW YORK (WNS) ~ The Federal Govemmeitt has granted tte Albart Efaistein CoUege of Mediefaw of YesMva. University $3,003,252 towardtiwconstarnction of a IS-story Educational Center fior Healtb Sciences. Total cost of tte center, vrtdcfa faidudes renovation of tte adiacent Forchtefaner Sdence BnOder, is esti¬ mated at $8,055,535, wMch siqMdemartal construction costs expected to te granted by New York State. NEW YOlk (WNS)— Mrs. idaKandnska, fonnerly bead ottte YlddisbState tfaeatre &iPoland,wm make ter first appearance as a refiigee tn tte Udted States at Carnegie HaU on-Feb. 9, wben her troupe wUI pre¬ sent aprogramot drama, poetry and songs. Tte tdnaef^ first ladr of tiw Yiddish stage fai Warsaw lett>olkM beeausc^ot its anU-SemiUc campaign. not to tte. borders otJime, 1967,%nd urged Moscow and otter capitals "to use aU tteir fadluence to stop tte grave faicreaseot Arab ter¬ rorist operations" agafaist IsraeL Tte text ot tte note, wUch Iiad teen maide avaUaUeto Egyptian officials, was pub¬ listed fai tte semi-official Cafaro newspaper Al Afaram and received an angiy re- dopUdn. Al Afaram is known to'reflect Nasser's views. IN A related develoianenl^ it was teamed here tint Is¬ rael faas apparently nxittra off tte IS-minnber United Nations Security CouncU fai its present composition as a bodr firom wMch it canex- pect fair treatment Tte Government may annaunce shortly that tt WiU not cany out Security CouncU resolu¬ tions th^ are contraiy to Israel's interests. Ruben h Picked By Jaycees the 'dftC' special m- mlttee on terael, e- side. AU inembers of tte comiiBiiiUy are urged to at- tend. Hias Aids K0IU]6!6S A cfaartered plane firom Vtenna carrying 42 JeWisfa reftigees firom Eastem Eu¬ rope, aided ty Qw United HIAS Service arrived at Ken¬ nedy Ahrport recttitly. Tte Udted BIAS is a teneflciary ottiwUMtedJewisfaFundand CouncU, now engaged fai its 1969 Campaign. Gaynor I. Jacoteon, HIAS executive vice-president, said flat a total of 123 HIAS -aided] refiigees, mafaily firom Poland and Czecteslovakia, arrived fai tte Uidted States on five chartered flights sfaice Dec 16. THE NEWCOMERS wUlte resettied fai 10 states andtte IMsbiOt of Colunibia witti telp firom HIAS and local Je¬ wish agencies. Among tte communities of resetttement are AUentown, Boston, Buf¬ falo, Chicago, Columtes, Denver, Kteca, I^nsasCity, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, .^m. Francisco, Toledo, l^nten, Troy, WasMngton and New York City. WilUam S. Ruten, 25, wte is manager ot Stew's Jewel¬ ers, was chosen Saturday MgU as tte Cdumbus Jay¬ cees "OiitstaniSng Young Man for 1968." Ruten was honored Satur¬ day Mght at a banqiiet at tte i.f:'Tte newcomers Friday fai- Sheraton-Cdumbus Motor ^^duded KarolLatowicz,~son- Hotel for Ms service to tiw f fai.tewofIdaKantfaiska,n6ted cranmuidfy.; BOTH RUBEN and A.C. Strip, 32, attorney wiUiHar- ris, Duffey, Lias and Stripy were among tte Jaycees 10 OutstaniSng Ydog Men for actress and former head of ttw Polish State Theater, wto arrived here firom Po- Umd wtth |wr family test inontK* JACOBSON said that lUAS INCREASE AT DINNER Scene at tte faiaugural Dbuwr meeting at tte teme ot Mr. "hnd Mrs. Samiid M.. Melton, as Samud H. Milter of Cleveland, addressed tte, Top Givers to ttw 1969 Campaign at a $5,000 Mfadmum Function. More tlian 40 men heard MUIer teU oftte situation te Israd wfaicfa required;additional giving te the Regular Campaign, as weU as extra-ordinary gifts to tte Israel Emergency Fund te 1969, as Israei can no langer provide for its normal socfadweUSre needs, te the face of tte mounting coste of ite defense budget. .Tte response firom ttose present was overwhelmfaig, witii a 13J!% tecrease over 1968 gifts for totti Uie Regular and ttw Emergdnor Fund Campaigns. o^Je1#sh ens 1968, firom wUch group Ru- ttds year wUl resettie about ben was cbosen. For detaUs 6,250 Jewish migrante and see story ta-tids tesue. refi«ees te firee countries. TOP LEADERSHIP • Samuel M. MUIer (shown above, second from left) is stown tore.withtopIeadersMptette 1969 Campaign of the UMteiT Jewish Fund and Coundl tecluding (ex¬ treme left) Norman MeizUsh Generd CampaigniChair- man, Samud M. Mdton, Treasurer, Edvin EUman, Advance Gifte ^cid UMt, Edward ScMezfaiger, Presi¬ dent of ttw UJFC, WUlfaun GUck, Vice President^ Sol D. Zdl, Chahrman, Advance GUte Divteion, and Mal^te- L. Glassman^ Vice President. GUck and Gtess- man are dso Vice-Ctairmen of tte Campaign Advi¬ sory Committee, wMch te headed fay Sidney I. Bfaitt. NEW YORK (WNS)-Blacl( anU-Semtttem, wUch faas taoM Uttered and spitt flw Jewteh and Negro commadtiies of New York, has readied artete level te tte schod system wfaere an Antl-IMtamattan League report declared'^tt has bem bnUdbig for more tfaan two years." WfaUe tiw recentteadwrsstritebrou^ttefosterfaiganU- Jewtefa fedfa«fato tte open, tte report notedthat tectte- moit against Jews wasd- towed to gatemomoitaim'lQr flw teUiire of New York CUy pddle otfidate tooondemntt swiftly and strongly enough and to remove firompositions ot anttwrUy tiiose wto teve itfUized anti-Sendttem." A BRIEF sfady made fay a spedd ieolpunlttee apotait- ed by Mayor Jdm W.Und- say said tfaere was evidence ot "Vidous anU-wfatte atti¬ tudes on tte part of some Uack peoptoand vicious anti- Uack attifades ontte partof wfatte peodei" But tte more extensive B'nd B'ritfareport dted specific examdes of Black antt-Semittem and ac¬ cused oSlclate of tte Afiro- American Teacfaers Asso¬ ciation and otiwr mUitante fawolvedtette schooldlspute of creating hostility agatest Jewish fteacters among school diOdren." TMs has resdted fail two pubUc teddente; tte readhig of a poem, purportedly writ¬ ten fay a 15-year--old Negro youth, dver WBAI-FM, a non- irofict station fay a Negro teacher wMch began witti the verse, "You pate-face jlew Boy/with that yarmulka on your head; you pate-fbced Jew boy, I wteh you were dead;" and tte faitroduction to an exMUtionofartteHar- lem at tte MetropoUtan Mu¬ seum of Art, a quasi-City ' faistituHon, writtentwoyears ago ty a Negro gfarl student, wfaicfa contafawd remarks sucfa as black were aUowed "to te finlfaer explotted fay Jews," and "Made Ameri-: cans teve Joined a nationd majority not fay ttebr efforte for justice and dignity but tiirough anti-Semitic fed- fa«s." Mrs. BayntaJ Kilia Mrs. Kahn Isiianned ByUwJkA. f Mrs. Raymond ;:|CaIm:: of. Columtes, has..be^nappqiiitr<' ed a member of tiie I^aUmd' Board of the Women's DiVi^. sion'' of ttie United. Jewish' Apped, it has beenaimounc-^ ed by Mrs. Bernard Schaen¬ en of Dallas, newly,: elected. 1969 Nationd Chalmiantof: ttw IHvteioh. Tte.UJA is a major beneficiary of tte i' WFCbei^e; Long active te various pidiantliroplc and oommund orgadzations, Mrs.Katatei- came United States Bond Chairman during war years *: tor Cohimbus B'nd B'rith Women. Board positions subr seqiiently held were with COuncU of Jewish Women, Hadassah, Temple Israel Sisterhood, Young Matron's and Women'sDlvisionotUd- ted Jewteh FundandCoundl, B'nd B'ritii Women. T.A.C. Is Planning Inter-City Here Tte Columtes Teen-age CouncU WiU toU ite first falter ciiy Feb. 7-9..Tte dties sending representatives are faidlanapolis, CIceland, Akron, and Louisimle. Eacfa TAC club trom Ctelumtes will te represented by seven ' ddegates and three dter- nates. Bteause dute are asked &send..ttwbr leaders, and ?nti^'leaders, ttw te- tercity prOgrammfaig wiU te • geaired toward leadersfaip and operations te tte dute. THE OVERALL chdrmm of tte Uitercity are Sherry Felnstete and Barry Kdn wltli tte assistance of tte TAC executive hoard. Tte foUowfaig teve beenr named to chairmanships: Food - Laurie Store and Jeriy Honigberg; Budget - Chad COton; TransporteT. tion - Vodo Bender vsnd Jerry Rose; Rdigious-- Sara Rousso andOavidGold- meier: Social - Sandy Fete-' stete and Myron Goldtei^; Atidetic - David Zieve and Carol Barash; Housing - JUl Fomian and Ned Btur- kan; Regtetration - Marciey Coten and Bob Schwartz; Soliciting Addt Hdp - Pam Hirsh; Workbook - Lorl (teodoff arid Jim Neustadt; Work^tops - Yputti. Leader¬ ship Orgadzation.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1969-01-30|
|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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