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? ^.v'f'-.'! f. iT^'j'if^'wsiJ^'ff^,';*^''.^^^'^ S; Vol. 40, No. 33 FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1962 RONICLE OlMO Ol .-1F, »i Tl n - .J ¦l:'IH, '< 1..;. v-ni ¦^^ and Jtwlth l(U«li Governor Michael V. DiSalle greets British visitor Vivi¬ an Brodzky as Herbert H. Schiff'(left) and A. B. Welnfeld look on. Governor Welcomes Visitor From Britain Israel Explains Soblen Stand JHRUSALfflM (JTA)—Tlie Is¬ rael Government tWs weelt sus¬ pended all flights by la Al Israel Airlines to London, until the matter of flying Dr. Robert A. Soblen from London to New York ia resolved. The decision was voted unanimously by Isre- el's Cabinet, at a .special meet¬ ing. The Cabinet move superceded an earlier decision which order¬ ed that, If Britain insisted that Ei Al remove Dr. Soblen from England, the fugitive psychiatrist muat be flown by El Al to Israel only— ajid not to New Yorlt. A SPOKESMAN tor El Al here said tbat, it a proposal in the American Congress for banning EI Al flights to the United States were enacted, such sanc¬ tions would violate international civil aviation agreement. "In or¬ der to abrogate the air agree¬ ment and landing rights of a national carrier," the spokesman said, "either party to the agree¬ ment must give 12 months' no¬ tice." Any other action, he de¬ clared, would amount to a breach of contract. Meanwhile, it was learned here. Prime Minister David Ben- Gurion has replied to a number of American Jewish leaders, who had requested that Israel fly Dr. Soblen to New York, by reiterat¬ ing that Israel was not in posi¬ tion to flout ita own laws. He stressed that a spokesman for the U.S. Department of State had said, on June 28, that the United States was not asking Israel to violate its own laws by return¬ ing Dr. Soblen. "ODB ATTrruiKS toward So¬ blen," Mr. Ben-Gurioh stated In his reply to the American Jewish leaders, "Is no different than yours. Already 'n early July, I told Israel's Parliament tliat So¬ blen was expelled because he had entered Israel fraudulently, and that our Law of Return does not apply to a criminal of hia cate¬ gory." There are two reasons why Is¬ rael cannot extradite Dr. Soblen (continued on pAqt 4) Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Brodzky of London were the hoose guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Schiff ot the Park Towers Apartments, and were entertain¬ ed by co-hosts Mr. and Mrs. Rob¬ ert W. Schiff ot the Park Towers Apartments and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weinfeld of 225 N. Columbia. Their Columbus hosts are friends of the Brodzkys of long standing and were entertained by them in London. The Brodzkys were introduced to Governor Di¬ Salle in the governor's office Aug. DURING WORLD WAR U, Mr. Brodzky was associated with the Ministry ot Supply, where he worked imder Lord Beaverbrook to speed up production of tanks and muhitions. He has been close¬ ly associated with the leaders ot the principal political parties of Britain, especially with war-time cabinet members of the British Labor Party, such as Clement Attlee, Herbert Morrison, Ernest Bevin, Ney Bevan, Lord Dalton, and others. Mr. Brodzky has been an indus¬ trial political correspondent and special writer tor British publica¬ tions for over 40 years, and the founder and owner of publica¬ tions in the fields of radio, sports and antiques. Ho is the owner of the British publication "Boxing News." He is also an internation¬ ally known antique dealer and collector's guide. Mrs. Brodzky has served as art editor in his publi¬ cations in the antique field for over 20 years. BEFORE WORLD WAR I, as a young man, to get the spirit of this country, Mr. Brodiky work¬ ed ajid traveled through the Unit¬ ed States as a docker, lumber¬ jack, salmon fisherman and news¬ paper reporter. Mr. Brodzky is now on a senti¬ mental journey to show his wife Paula the country he tramped through in hia teens and for which he has retained a warm af¬ fection through the years. ALAN KING WILL ENTERTAIN FOR ANNUAL SCHOUSTIC DINNER OF TORAH ACADEMY On Sunday, Nov. 11, the Coium¬ bua Torah Academy will hold its second annual Scholastic Dinner. Alan King will be the featured entertainer at this semi-formal affair, which wiil be held Ln the Grand Ballroom of the Deshler Hilton Hotel. All private schools are obliged to seek funds for their operation since tuition fees cover only a small portion of the cost of edu¬ cating their students. Although less than five years old, the Co¬ lumbus Torah Academy has be¬ come one of the most respected institutions in the community. To maintain high standards, and at the same Ume to accept all students who desire to partici¬ pate, regardless of their ability to meet tuition fees, the Academy (contlnuad on pag* 4) Soviet Jews' Culture Is Destroyed NEW YORK (JTA)—The So¬ viet policy of Jewish "cultural extinction," highlighted during the Stalin regime by the execu¬ tion ot 24 Jewish intellectual leaders just 10 years ago, "re¬ mains essentially unaltered" un¬ der Khrushchev, a statement Is¬ sued here this week by seven major Jewish organizations charged. The statement was made pub¬ lic in commemoration of the mass executions of Soviet Jewlah writers, poets and theatre figures executed Aug. 12, 1952. Those Itill- od included the famous Yiddish writers David Bergelaon, Peretz Markish and Itzik Feffer. Pre¬ viously, 4 Shlomo Mikhoels, head ot the prewar Yiddish State Theatre in Moscow, and chairman of the Soviet-sponsored Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, had been assassinated. REJOALUNG the executions, and the imprisonment and assas¬ sination of "hundreds of other leading Jewish writcra, actors, scientists and community lead¬ ers," the seven-member state¬ ment declared that the anti-Jew¬ ish persecutions "coincided with the physical liquidation of ail Jewish cultural institutions, a process of cultural oljliteration to which no other minority In the U.S.S.R. had been subjected." "Under Premier Khrushchev," the statement continued, "the g>olicy ot cultural extinction re¬ mains essentially unaltered. There is no school, nor even a (continued on page 4) The World's Week Compiled from JTA Reports In .lenisalcni, Lsrael's security situation was discussed by the Cabinet in the light of Egypt's new rocketry program. In London, the Briti.sh government craclced down on native fascists, raiding the headquarters of Colin Jordan's National Socialist movement and searching homes of indi¬ vidual British Nazi and fasci.st leaders. In New York, the American I^egion's state convention adopted a resolution urging parents and children to agree on form of prayers in schools and ask local school, boards to have such prayers recited in classrooms voluntarily. In Tcl Aviv, an invitation was received for the mayor of suburban Bat Yum to visit Leghorn, Italy, to cement the formal ties established recently between the two coastal towns during a, visit by the mayor of Leghorn. In Jerusulem, 500 lay and professional .lewish educators from 28 countries, including 150 from the United States, opened the first World Conference on Jewish Education. In Wiuihlngton, the Senate Judiciary Committee favor¬ ably reported out a joint resolution to authorize and require the President to designate April 23, 19G3, as a day of obser¬ vance of the coui'age displayed in the Warsaw Ghetto Jew¬ ish uprising against the Nazis. Alan King Dinosaur Prints Found In Israel JERUSALEM (JTA) — The fossilized footprints of a dino¬ saur, the first ever found in the Near East, have been dis¬ covered at a farm near Jeru¬ salem, it waa reported here 'hia week. The footprints, each of which measure about 12 Inches across, are believed to have been made 100 million years ago. JEWISH CENTER PRE-SCHOOL OPENS TWELFTH YEAR OF OPERATIONS SEPT. 10 Milestone No. 12 in the notable history of the Jewish Center's Pre-School is now scheduled for Monday, Sept. 10. This will in¬ augurate the twelfth school year of this Center program and ser¬ vice that have pioneered in the development ot a better life for the practically youngest members of our community. Announcement of the new year's opening was made by Dave Roth, clmirman of the Center Board's Pre-School Coram'ittee. At the same time. Mr. Roth in¬ dicated that, as it has been the custom for 11 other years, the school will open with new plans, new activities—and new experi¬ ments and ideas gained from past experience and from develop¬ ments in the most recognized areas of professional education. TWO VERY special develop¬ ments were mentioned by Mr. Roth. This will be the first year of the finest contained and equip¬ ped pre-sohool playground to be found anywhere—on the grounds of the Center—and conspiculousiy marked by the famed "Harvard Jewish Family Service Fills Great Need Kenneth Rostock, a 38 year old salesman, came to Jewish Family Service at 40 S. Third St. seeking guidance and help. His wife, 32 years old, had been exhibiting signs of great tension and frus¬ tration over the past year result¬ ing in a great deal ot friction within the household. Her phy¬ sician had arranged for hospitali¬ zation to alleviate the pressures under which she had operated and Rostock had, therefore, come to the agency to seek help dn providing care for his two sons. Jack and Bill, eight and 10 years old, respectively. Rostock's work took him out of the city for several days at a time and neither his wife nor he had any relatives in the com¬ munUy. His income did not per¬ mit him to hire a full time house¬ keeper because of the medical expenses he had to bear for his wife's treatment. His physician had, therefore, referred him to Jewish Family Service sg that the agency might find a foster home for the two boya because it appeared that Mrs. Rostock would need intensive medical care tor at least six months. JEWISH FAMILY SERVIOE is licensed by the Ohio State De¬ partment of Welfare to pla,ce children in foster homes. Foster care, unlike adoption, la designed to furnUh substitute care for children while the family is un¬ dergoing a crisis of from several months to several years. The parents still retain legal custody of the child and the Jew¬ ish Family Service raseworker helps the children and the par¬ ents plan toward the day when the family situation has been strengthened ao that the children and the parents may live together in the same household. The par¬ ents and the children visit regu¬ larly so tbat famUy ties are un¬ broken while the children are in foster care. The agency provides funds for the maintenance, qlothing, and medical care of children in its foster homes and a trained Social worker is available for consulta¬ tion on a regular basis to the children under care and the foster parents. Famliles in the Columbus Jew¬ ish community who are interest¬ ed In providing foster care should contact Murray Danlnhirsch, as¬ sociate director, Jewish Family Service a*. CA. 1-5181 In order to secure more details about this program. Can you help? JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE is not trying to help the Res¬ tocks which is naturally a ficti¬ cious name for this family. It is seeking foster parents to meet the needs of "Jack" and "Bill" and other children in similar situ¬ ations. House." Another development that will be reflected in the course of this twelfth year wiil be the new ma¬ terials and activities gained through this year's attendance by the school's director, Mrs. A.R. Schwartz at the Midwest meet¬ ing in Detroit of the Association for'Nursery Education. This was a special workshop typo of conference in which schools and institutions trom the United States and Canada parti¬ cipated and shared experiences. A partcular feature of the workshop program waa the dis¬ cussion of new materials and equipment and their planning and use. The school has also ac¬ quired new materials, including audio items produced especially for Jewish-content programs. AS USUAL, it was pointed out by Mrs. Schwartz, registration and enrollment form an Intricate process—including tho comple¬ tion of history forms and ejcamin- ation of all children. These requirements plus the restriction place-! on the number ot children enrolled in the indi¬ vidual groups make it imperative that parents planning to register their children, make Immediate arrangements for appointments and advice. The Pre-School office may be called anij^;^Xf'~^°"'i8y through Friday. Calls for general infer mation may also be made to the regular Center switchboard on Sundays and at any other time Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Securities News 3 Synagogues 5 Shopping Guide 5 Society 6, 7 Sports 8, 9 Mrs. Ted Lewis MRS. TED LEWIS HADASSAH 6UEST AT AUG. 22 PARTY A garden party, honoring new members of Hadassah, is the high¬ light of its late summer member¬ ship drive. All new members of the Columbus Chapter, and those interested In joining, are Invited to the home of Mrs. Paul Callif, 28 S. Roosevelt. Her garden will be the scene of tbis special event, scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 1 p.m. THE GUEST of honor for the afternoon will be Mrs. Ted Lewis, wife of the noted entertainer. He will be appearing in Coiumbua during this week, and hia wife will be with him. Mrs. Lewis haa for many years been an active worker in many Jewish causes, and for Hadassah particularly. She wili share her experiences, both as the wife of a famous show business personality and as a committed Zionist, in informal conversation with the gueats. Mrs. Joseph Goldslager is vice- president in charge of member¬ ship for the Chapter. Her com¬ mittee consists of Mrs. Stanley Wasserstrom of Chal, Mrs. Sam Subow ot Mltzvah, Mrs. AIIeui Blair of Liloh, Mrs. Ftiye Smith of Business and Professional, Mrs. Leon Handler of Shalom, and Mrs. Richard Goldgrraben of Ziona. Ail new members of all groups are cordially invited to be present. IHRS. MALCOLM ROBBINIS, president of the Oolumbus Chap¬ ter of Hadassah, announces that Hadassah ds selling attractive New Years greeting cards. They come in groups of 10 for $1.00 She urges ail Hadassah members to send for their Rosh Hashonah greetings to their friendi. The proceeds from the card'sale bene¬ fit Hadassah. The cards may be obtained by calJing any of the presidents of any of the groups of the Colum¬ bus Chapter. HEBREW TABLETS FOXJND NEW YORK (WIIPI-mA Reu¬ ters dispatch from Rome reports that 20 stone tablets with Hebrew inscriptions have l>een found In a harbor-dredging operation at Syracuse in Sicily. It waa not disclosed exactly what tbe He- bi'ew text dlsouased.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1962-08-17|
|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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