Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-02-18, page 01
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3 1H**W*»--**^19" ¦*¦¦*-» ¦ ) «> -'i'i.' 3f\^ Serving Columbus, 'Xent7a>" andSouthwesterfi OhiT\ff\lI VOI^ 4t NO. S FEBRUARY 18. I97I-SHEVAT 23 MllnnllUtait Ile^i»ii|fek^^ NEW YORK (WNS)-A£tar Richard Boone, just returned from Israd where he completed his latest Gbn, "Bladnin," bas called Israers Premier Golda Meir "the greatest woman of the century." V^qpearing on tbe David Fhist tdevision show, he declared his pride in Israd for "coniiraoting tbe world and maidng " its position known." NEW YCMUC (WNS)-Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendratb, president^ of the Union of American Hdirew Ooognigations, has called i^on Congress to bring about an eaily end to tbe "festering and futile conflict" in Indb-Clnia. JEBUSALEM (WNS)-11iree Jewidi families have been granted exit permits and ordered to leave the Soviet Union withm It days it was learned here. One of, Ihe families is that of ao->egrold Yadia Kazakov, now a resilient of Israd, vAo last winter staged an eight- day hinger strike at the Isaiah Wall near tbe UN headquarters m New York m an attempt to win exit pennils for bis family. NEW YORK (WNS)-The B'nai B'ritb Anti- DeEamatian League bas warned tbat the "Committee Ror A AistPeacein tbe Middle Elast" is a Communist Ftont onganixatian tbat is spreaifing anti-Israd propagamia in Ibis oountiy. ADL'S general counsd, AnuidFantcr. said the Conimittee was trying to raise finds for an anti-Israd advertising campaign without dwrloting its tone nature'. Rabbi Jordan To Speak At Agodas Achim UJF Sabbath Rabbi^lBarl Jordan, Dnectcr of tbe Rabianical Advisory Coundl of tbe Uidted Jewisfa Appeal, wOl SPECIAL NEWS ANALYSIS oociqgr tbe pulpit of Rabbi Samud RiiMnstdn at ,tbe Agudas Addm Synagogue, neit Saturday. It «rill be Umted Jewish Fund and Coundl Sahbe^tb, and since RabU Rubenstein will be in Israel witb tbe Agudas Adum BiUe Study Tour, Rabin Jordan bas consented to come to CdumbilS to qieak m behalf of tbe 1971 Campaign of the United Jewidi Fund and Council. "We faave chosen this Sabbath - on which is read tbe Chapter on Shekolim - as parti^ulariy appropriate for UJFC Sabbath," stated Rabbi Rubenstein, President of tbe Cdumbus Board' of Rabbis. "This is the time when the Jewish people, in andent days, paid their dues uitbeformof aShekd; it is appropriate, therefore, that we today pay our dues to be ICONTINUED ON PACE 16) DR. JEROME FOLKMAN RABBI EDWARD KINER Rabbis Urge Maximum Support Of Campaign On bdialf of my assodate, RdilM Edward D. lOiier,'and inysdf, i urge full support of. "The Einageiicy Cainpaign fbr Isiad" as the bi^iest oUigation of Ttefbkah of our time, lids SalibathiF'eb.'19- ,20, 1971) is Shabbas rshckalin wiiidi is tbe nuist i9|Mia|iriate time for every Israelitie to stand up and be counted far tbe State of Israd wfaich now stands in such grave peril. Our brethren tbere bear the Let^s Do Business With The Kremli BY JOSEPH POLAKOFP, JTA WASHINGTON BUREAUCHlteP Somehow tbe notion is gaining hold that if Israel would only agree to with¬ draw to her pre-1967 borders the threat of Soviet- American ctohrontation hi the Middle East would recede, the U.S. would be spared from worry over a further naVal thrust tatto the Mediterranean, and Israel would benefit from a benign Kronlin. Whether hi tones of friendly persuasion or of dire warning, the sweep of ex¬ pression is the same- alienation of American public opinion from tinued unwavering support of Israel's logically in- Gontestible insistence on a negotiated .settlement with tbe Arabs before with¬ drawal. Ihus, the word is spread by ope pair of syn- dicated'cdumnist that "pro- WestomjArab:l«ader8",;are' saying privately that If brad does not soon agree to withdraw firom the Sinai, the Egytitian govemment "may come under the eventual political control of Moscow as the price for continued Mediterranean coast. The ugly inference is that if this happens, Israel will be responsible for Soviet ex¬ tension of' power in the Levant. llie State Department scoffs at these views. This being budget season in Washington, a -^ high Department source ob¬ served, a Soviet naval scare would help the Navy con¬ vince Congress of its requirements for hardware and funds. Besides, he ad¬ ded, if the Israelis did leave the Sinai who would push the Russians out of Egypt? One New York Kremltaidlogist ^says this is the "critical con-^ period of decision-making" in the Kremlin in preparation for the~ first Cnnmimist Party Congress since 1966 on Mardi 30. Iherdore, he warned, "A rductant White House is bemg urged by tiie State D^iartin^t, CIA and out¬ side ' '^Soviet - analysts- hicluding some.ui tfae Soviet Embassy to send a new signal to the Moscow s^ufitmit^toi influence a dedsion there tm Russia's national priorities in the 1970's. If the Soviet Union Soviet-German detente, stability in the Mideast peace and in Southeast Asia, hard-line elements in theT'. Politburo could ^ 'bei. strengthened.;,' ^ Foti- evidence, he noted that the Soviet "official press reflects a trend towards tightening up m idedogy and discipline, a trend evidently favored- by the party machine and military^ leaders." - ;.-,' Even'ta tfais topsy-turvy world, it appears strange tbat - Party Secretary Brezhnev and Premier Kosygui would look for fadp from old Communist^iunter Nixon and tbe CIA to save them from tbe dutches of tbe Red Army. What tbis' does' seem to mean ill ^'D^it tto business with tbe Knnilin's present leaders, toiigfaj.as they are; if we don't,- tbey will fall, and those wbcrtwill takeover from tbem(w|ll;be awfully worse." Agaii^' a State Department Source looked askance at tbi&vi^. "This sort of prop^gandli," he remarked, "bail, ^ been coming out of Ihe-iKitanlin suKe tbe rise of Stalin. In those days it wasnt^JStaUn wfao.was so bad; it wi^ (hose people around him. vThe I&enilin people always >^y 'woric witb us; it, WiU 'tie much tougher witb Jtl;)^ next lot.' " All tUs is ndt'tilusay that firm understandings should not be sougbtt^Qi the , fCONTINUEPON tyui^ltifi'.-'i'i bnmt Of hostility sunoun- dlng tbem in a world that sometimes seems indifferent to their -plight. Our reqionsibility is clearly to -I^\Kde:them every possible; ;ai4'i(ttft''siicc'of;'''''' ¦¦' ,¦,V the;. Colunnbus Jewish; Coniiiiuhity Hai iUiways been' loyal, but this call is for maximum effort. 'May God Uess imdotakings in H>s name. — Dr. Jerome D. Folkman Soviet aid." The price they' misreads American policy report, woiild include a toward the Strategic Arms Soviet naval base on Egypt's Limitation Talks (SALT) S. M. Nehon To Be Honored At Temple Israel Tomorrow Samud M. Melton will be the recipient of Temple Israd's annual award as Franklin County's out¬ standing example of human Brotherhood at the Sabbath Service Friday, Feb: 19,at 8 p.m. As a salute to the Congregation's 12Sth an¬ niversary during 1971, (>ast recipients of the award given since 1949, have been invito ~ as honored guests to si the occasibnv abobrding tq. Dr. Robert WeUet*,'diairmai^ of the HbiAttrs'^SelSictlb] Committee.''*'*'«*r- Mr. Mdtoh;Was diosen on the basis: of hll'tbelief and. practice of Jewish ethics of thehighestorder. His rise as an indhistrialist is in the best American tradition of success stories with profits of his business used to benefit mankind. Approximat.ely 80 -organizations receive funds fivm the Samuel Mendel Melton Foundation for religious, charitable, scientific, literary or education purposes. His vitllPlpiJIH^M^ducatlbn led t6*tW^'l'dunding of the T^iii.W&rs Institute and Seminary College of Jewish Studies of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. This Center carries on research in religious Authority On Soviet Jewish Affairs To Speak Tonight Qcj-William Korey, a leading authority'on Sovid Jewish-affairs, will speak tonight at the Esther C. Mdton Community Services Building, at 8 p.m., in behalf of the Unit«I Jewish Fund ^^^WiOwifcir ""rwmerly a faculty member of Columbia University and otfaer major colleges. Dr. Kor^ does research on,worid Jewisfa problems as the Director of the New York Bu^u of tfae B'nai - B'rith International Council. He repreisenta B'nai B'rith at the United Nations, and' has been on iqpeclal survey missions abroad, including visits to Israel and Westem Europe. Dr. Korey will have .current, up-to-the minute information on the situation Ul Soviet Russia, as it affects Jewish people who want .to leave and go to Israd to live, as well as-the impact of the current situation mip^pi^^ the economic situiatiiin iKere. mvited to hear l^i^'^vey are all workers and.icon- tributors in the Advaince Gifts Division. Ben Oxid- man, General Cfaaimuui^'bas also issued an invitatfon to aqy ittai)>jui the oonunimity who wishes to attend^ to come to bear Dr. Korey tonight at the Melton Building. I^D^ELTON education with emphasis on the rdevance of ethics and morals that are expounded in the Jewish faith. Mr. MeUon also established chairs at Ohio State University ^ aiid Hebrew University in'Jerusalem, in Jewish History and Studies, and "Teacher's Training ip secondary education, respectively. V . He founded the ^Samuel and, Esther Melton Vocational High Schopl at Bat Yam. Israel tfarougfa the 'United -Jewish Api^al!8 'Israd Educatlcm FuMf^'llie Hairry S: Truman Center for Peace at Hebrew University in partnership with an hi¬ terested gi^pup; the Esther Cobey Mdton Community Service Building in ,. CONTINUFDONPAGE 16) "Wail UnliUfcirk'; Gallery Attracliiin Opens Sati '¦ "¦¦'¦'lit'' '''.¦¦¦ 1 ¦ I'-^.^L Gallery Players of The Jewish Center opens ifs second main-stage at¬ traction of the 1971 season on Feb. 20 at 8:30 p.m. It is the mystery thriller, "Wait Until Dark," by Frederick Knott •Mx.y: and has beehT:!spi^iaIly adapted by the Galloy's creative, young .director,. Drew Kopf. l^e.play ui- volves a young b^nd woman bl a deifierate stnig^e to CONTINUFDON PAGE It) .¦I r^y ^> if,..
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-02-18|
|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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