Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1970-09-24, page 01
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•or WRONIjCLE 3/Vi^ Serving Columbus, "Cental" and Southwestern Oh\o\]lf VOL. 4H NO. 38 .SKI'TKMBKK M, 1970—ELUL 23 tfVflltl I. Imnkm •irf Imiili Mnli NEW YORK (WNS)-The New York AssociaUon for New Americans, an agency of the United Jewish Ap¬ peal Jielped settle some 4,000 Jewish refugees in the greater New York area in 1969. Most refugees came from Poland, and Czechoslovakia with others fram Hungary, Rumania and Arab countries and they were aidc^ at a cost of $1 million. The NYANA has helped- over 130,000 Jewish refugees since 1949, the agency noted at its 2lst annual meeting. WASHINGTON, D.C. (WNS)-The Selective Service Commission has advised all'draft boards that Jewish draftees were to receive deferments during the High Holy Days "whenever possible."- the holidays include Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and Sukkot. TEL AVIV (WNS)-Israel has barred "peace pilot" - Abbie Nathan from leaving the country because he owed income taxes totaling IL 40,000. He has returned to Israel to raise funds for a p^ce ship and planned to sell his property to help purchase radio equipment for the vessel now docked in New York City. JERUSALEM (WNS)-Israel planned to set up five more settlements in the administered areas. Deputy Premier Yigal Allon disclosed. Ihere are already 24 settlements in the occupied territory-12 on the Golan Heights, five in Jordan Valley, three in the Hebronarea and in the Sinai and one near. Latroun on tbe outskirts of Jerusalem. UJFC jMeeting To Honor Commuiiity Leaders Sun. A capacity - audience is expected for the annual meeting of the United Jewish fund and Council, this Sunday evening; at 8 o'clock, at the Winding Hollow Country Club. A/rec^tlonat 7:30 p.m. will precede the meeting, which will be opened by Dr. TheOdore^N. Beckman, ChairmM ofthe Planning ComBiittee, following the Invocation by Dr. Jerome D: Folkman, Rabbi of Temple Israel. Dr. Beckman will in-, troduce the guest speaker for the evening. Rabbi Daniel Jeremy Silver, of The Temple, Cleveland, Ohio. Ihc meeting is open^to the public, and a nominal charge of $2.50 per person is being made to cover the cost of the reception and tlie social hour .which will follow the meeting. Awards will be presented to Mrs. John B. Resler, winner of the Theresa Stem Kahn Young Leadership Award, and to Rabbi Ed¬ ward D. Kiner, recipient of. the Rabbinical Award. HOWARD SCHLEZINGER. Golda Meif Feels Their Is Real Friendship Between Israel & U.S. bylVudeB.R^Idman White House correspondent Golda Meir was pleased with her two-day whirlwind trip to Washington last weekend, because she now feels there is real friendship and understanding between Israel and the United States. "I have no doubt about this," the Israeli Prime Minister said. "I found a sincere desire in the U.S. to help Israel in any Way it can." The 72-year-old doughty premier initially came to the U.S. to confer, with representatives of Jewish communities throughout the nation. She voiced her iap- preciation for the op¬ portunity afforded her while here to discuss Israel's problems with President Nixon and Secretary of State William P. Rogers .at\.this crucial period m Israel's life; Her schedule was 4s, tight as was the security surrounding her visit She met'for two hours at the. State Department with Mr.' Rogers and his aides. At the White'House, she confeited privately for iS minutes with President Nixon; iand for an additional 65 minutes with the President, Joseph J. Sisco, Assistant Siecretary for Near Eastern and South Asian Affair^; Brig. Gen, Alexander Haig, Deputy assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and Israeli Ambassador Yitzchak Rabin. A special reception-hosted by Senators Stuart Symington (D. Mo), Jacob Javits (R. NY), Abraham HOLIDAY DEADLIME The O.J.C. Office will 'iik closed Thursday and i^riday, Oct. 1 and 2, in Ko'rtor of Rosh Hashanah. Copy, therefore, must be in our office by 12 rioon Wednesday, Sept. 30. .StlLD.ZEI'L Edward Schlezinger, President, will present a special award to Samuel M. Melton,.whose election as an Honorary Life Member of the Boardof Trustees Will take place at the meeting,: and Herman M, Katz will give the complete report of the Nominating Committee for officers and members of the board of the UJFC and of the Columbus Jewish Welfare Foiimlation. Mr. Sc)ilezinger will also presenl^n award to Sol D, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 111 Ribicoff (D. Conn), and Charles Goodell (R. NY)- gave Mrs. Meir a chance to talk with 60 Senators. During her hour-long session witb them at the Senate, Mrs. Meir told the legislators Israel doesn't want .American men to fight in Israel; but that American economic and military aid is essential. Confronted with an unusually crowded press conference at the Shorebam Hotel, Mrs. Meir fielded-for almost an hourrsome of the toughest questions ever asked a head of State. . From there she returned to the State Department for another 80-minute con¬ ference" with Mr. Rogers. When the Secretaiy escorted Mrs. Meir from his office they found another crowd of reportiers: waiting.^ ^ Mrs. Meir; with (|-pu^ec] look- one of curioisity^bligihg^^ * sfoppedrMd asjke^ possible questioiiis cOiild you noW have after that long and ; coinprehensive press .con- ferience?" "What has happened since, then?" (only 2 hours ago) she was asked. With a smile, the dynamic leader politely, responded: "Oh, just more of the same, but this time it was more thorough." Mrs. Meir said the morale iii Israel is perfect in spite of the peril. "When there is no terror, the V morale is not necessary," she said. "The people are united in one thing. They want to be alive . and united in the belief we hsive a right to be an in- ICONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Golda Meir confers with President Nixon in his oval office at the White House; photo by Warren lilcCall Dr, Swift Keynote speaker Rabbi Rubenstein Heads Cols, Board Of Rabbis Rabbi Samuel W. Rubenstein of Agudas Achini Congregation, has been elected : president of the Columbus Board of Rabbis. Ihe Columbus Board of Rabbis in Columbus includes all rabbis in Columbus and serves as the.organized arm of the rabbinical community. The Columbus Board of Rabbis conducts a number of community programs, and serves as a clearing hoiise for rabbinical activities in the community, jn recent months the Board of Rabbis, in cooperatjon .,,>yith the Community Relations (jommittee of the United Jewish. Fund and Council, has conducted a series of seminars for Christain clergymen on Israel and its meaning to American Jews. mt.' KAKKI RUBENSTEIN Seminars have already been held at Tifereth Israel and Temple Israel. The next seminar is scheduled for early ' October at Agudas Achim Congregation. pormE.m :'! Rabbi' David Stavsflgf of Beth Jacob Congregation, announced that Dr. Isaacs. Swift, renown Rabbi, scholar and educator, will once again deliver the keynote addr^s for the Religious Emphasis Week Program, which starts Sunday evening, Oct. 4. This will be the third time. :that this eminent leader Of Torah Judaism will—have par¬ ticipated in this Program, graciously acceeding to popular request! The theme this year will be thfe same as that of the High Holidays-TESHUVA. TIPHILA and TZEDAKAH, Repenta^rice, Prayer and Justice. Dr. Swift's subject vyilL. be TESHUVA-A treatise on the 1970 Jew in his quest for meaningful religious e^periieh'ces. His treathnenit of the subject will be in the context of today's dramatic social changes, problems and enviroment. Dr. Swift was born in England and ordained in Jerusalem. He has served congregations in England, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Currently he is with Congregation Ahavath Torah in Englewood, New Jersey. Dr. Swift is also an experienced educator. At present he is a member of the faculty of the Herzl Institute!' Previously he taught at the Institute of Jewish Sttidies, Etz Chaim Yeshiva, Tora^ Ernes Yeshiva and Shulamith .School for Girls. He is also an ardent Zionist associated with numerous- Zibiiist organizations. On' Wednesday evening, Oct. 7, another prominent 4,4 ¦¦^'- RAIiltl CIIAKLKS SHEER guest speaker, Rabbi Charles Sheer, will talk on the subject ^of TZEDAKAH or Justice. His dissertation will dwell on the challenge of dissent, particularly as it applies to the,- current campus tumult anil the young Jews on the new Left. Rabbi Sheer is par¬ ticularly qualified for this subject, haying been the Jewish Chaplain at Columbia University since the summer of 1969. As CSiaplain he addresses the six groups of the Council of Jewish Organizations and (CONTINUED ON PAGE UI UK ANNUAL MEETING SUNDAY 8 PM.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1970-09-24|
|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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