Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-02-22, page 01
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RONICIE 2I\^ Serving Columbus, Dayton/.«CenFar and Souf^-""-* Vol.41 No. 8 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1963 ^^-2 t Ttf0l0nc3H3HV 39 ¦':;3^.:T.i^TJ.''r Barring Of Writer Protested By JTA WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Jewish Telegraphic Agency formally protested this week to Secretary of State Dean Rusk against the exclusion of its Washington correspondent from a State Department briefing on the Arab refugee question and asked that measures be taken to ensure against a recurrence of the discrimination. 1 The JTA correspondent, Milton Friedman, was denied ad- miisston to a press coniforenice on Jan. 28 by Robert C. Strong, dl rector bi *he State Department's Office of Near Eastern AffaArs. Mr. Strong said he took objection to JTA reporting of news Involv¬ ing; State I>epartenent poUcies and oomplained that Israeli diiplomats had used JTA mews reports as the basis for queries of liia depart¬ ment. THE pilOTEST, made in the name of the JTA's Board of Di¬ rectors and signed by Philip Slom¬ ovitz, Vice-president of the agency, pointed ovit. that the aot of dis¬ crimination agiainst JTa by on officiaj of the Department of State "served to deprive terge segmemte of the American Jew¬ ish community erf l-nAM-mation made public by the Department in wWch they were speclally oon- comied and in wiiilch it was In the best Interests of American policy tha* they be fully Informed." The letter also stressed con¬ cern that "such aots of diworlmjl- natian net be repeated and that repreaientatjves of this ogency should not ibe barred f^om access to newis being made available to other Information media. We are likewise deeply concernied," it added "over what certainly ap¬ pears In this case to be an at¬ tempt to control the news by de¬ nying access to nfiWismen whose dispatches may nx>t please offi- claJs involved." The JTA protest to the Secre¬ tary of State also Caressed that "we bel«!ive hat it is not only a disorimiimatton against the Jew¬ ish Telegraiphlo Ageiiicy that Is bi- votved here, but aJso a Hmitatlon on the «reedom of the press. We consider it a dhsservloe to Ameri¬ can dntereats on the wJiole, that there be tnterference viMi Ute tree and untrainimeled flow of in¬ formation." 'Brotherhood Man Of Year* Award Given Herbert Wise The Columbus Council on Human Relations has named Her¬ bert Wise "Brotherhood Man of the Year" for 1962. Award ceremonies wer^ the feature of the Council's Third Annual Motherhood Dinner at the First Community Church last Wed¬ nesday evening, Feb. 20. Presenting the award was Council chairman Victor Ewald. In the awaixl citation, Wise was cited for "consistent devotion to Individual and organlasational Members of the planning committee of the Pacesetters luncheon for the UJFt:; are sho#n at the home of Mrs. Wil¬ liam Glick. The group discussed plans for the luncheon program. They are (left to right, seated): Mrs. Raymond Kahn, Mrs. Abe Yenkin, Mrs. William Click and Mrs. Leon Schottenstein. (Standing); Mrs. David Levisgn, Mrs. Jacob Gilbert, Mrs. Ben Kahn and Mrs. Louis Krakoff. CHAIRMEN SELECTED FOR U.J.F.G. 1963 PACESEHERS LUNCH The Women's Division of the United Jewish Pund and Council announce the chairmen for the annual Pacesetters Luncheon on Wednesday, Mar. 6, will be Mirs. WllHam Glick amd Mrs. Raymond Kaihn. The women wlio contribute $200 or more to the fund eure eligilWe to attend. rHEKE WILL BJE a luncheon at. the Bark Towers at 12 noon. The program will consist of an original script entitled "Where Weire You in '39?" It will be nar¬ rated by Mrs. Jack A. Goodman of Indianapolis. Mrs. Goodman Is the nationally procmincnt leader who was formerly national chaJr man ofthe United Jewish AppeaJ women's division amd is the only woman to be a memtoer of the UJA national cabinet. She la known to many Oolumibus wo¬ men through her visits here as speaker for the fund and other org£inizatlons. Assisting Mra. Goodimain In the presentation will be Mrs. Stanley Goldberg, Mrs. David Levison and Mrs. Abe Weinfeld. MBS. LEON SOHOTTENSTEIN and Mra. Louis Krakoff are chair¬ men of the Women's Division. The conunittee who serve for the Pace- (continutd on pa^s i) Delmor G. Starkey TEMPLE ISRAEL WILL GIVE CITATION TO DELMAR 6. STARKEY Delmar G. Starkey, general manager of the Columbus Area diiamiber of Oommeroe, has been iseOieoted as "FranMin Pountyls Outstanding Example of Hmnan Brotherhood" by tlie Boartf of Trustees of Temple Israel on the recommendation of Its honors committee. The citation WUl be presented hy Dr. Jerome D. FVjJlt- man in oonnection with the Fri¬ day evening servioe, Feb. |22, at 8. Starkey ts now in his 2flth year as general manager of the Co- lumibus Area Ohaimber of Com¬ merce and in hlB S9th year as a member of the Clhanuber staff. He Is a graduate of Ohio State University, class of 1921, with a degree of B.S. in Journalism. He continues to be active in the unl- veradty's alumni circles. "STARJtEVS NAME has 'been Unked with eveiry imiportant de¬ velopment in the city for nearly four decades," said the Oolumibus CStizen-Journal om Dec. 22 when it announced his retirement plans for July 1, 1983. Starkey was born In Beliefon- talne, Ohio. His wife and he were married there In 1922. Their son is Richard Cole Starkey, resident manager, Cincinnati Lathe & Tool Division, Oinclnnatl Milling Ma¬ chine Corp., WUmJngton, Ohio. Their daughter is SybU Ann, Mrs. Rolbert Wilson Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Starkey reside at 22S1 Brixton Rd., Oolumbus 21. efforts bo bring his fellow men to-' gether In projects for the com¬ mon good." A NATIVE OF Oolumbus, Wise is vice president of Byer & Bow¬ man; Inc., advertising. Long act¬ ive in civic affairs, he Is currently serving as chairman of the Ohio- Kentucky Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and he Is the Immediate pEist chairman of the Community Rela.tions Committee of the Unit¬ ed Jewish Fund & Council. Wise is also president of Temple Israel and The Big Brother AssoclaiHon of Columbus. Some 250 community leadera represeniting the majori flalthsv races and ethnic groups in Ool¬ umbus paid tribute to Wise at the Council on Human Relations Din¬ ner. The Council Is an organiza¬ tion primarily concerned with fostering better human relations and civic unity in Columbus. IN ADOmON TO the award presentation, the distinguished and enthusiastic gathering heard a major address by Herbert E. Evans, president of Peoples Broadcasting Oorporatlpn (WR¬ FD). Cvans, currently a repre¬ sentative to the Inter-Ame rican Association of Broadcasters, spoke on "Have We Courage Elnough to Try Brotherhood." Graduated from the Ohio State University in 1929, Wise was elected to Sphinx, the Senior Honor Society and Bucket & U.J.A. Institute In Chicago March 8-10 The United Jewish Appeal Mid West Leadership Institute will take place In Chicago on Msu-ch 8-10. Representatives from Jewish communities tliroughout the Mid West area will attend this regional conference highlighting the 25 years of humanitarian accomplishments of United Jewish Appeal since 1939. HERBERT H. SCBtlPP, United Jewish Fund and Council President, serves as honorary chairman ot this 1963 Mid We«t Leadership Institute. Serving with Schiff from Columbus as his vice chaiirmen are William V. Kahn, Herman M. Katz, Morris Skilken, Abe I. Yenkin and Ben A. Yenkin. Mrs. Aaron Zaoka is a member of the Women's Committee for this leadership Institute. During the many sessions of the conference, Ralbbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice presi¬ dent of United Jewish Aippeail will report on the latest develop¬ ments concerning the Impact of the continuing high rate of Im¬ migration on Israel's economy. In attempting to absorb the large numbers of newcomers Into the economic and social fabric of the oountry, the people of Israel have been taxing themselves heavily for years and talten other drastic measures to eaaist the h.iiml- gramts, ANOTHER FBATDBKD speak¬ er will l>e Joseph Meyerhf/f, gen¬ eral chairman of the UJA, who i>y virtue of his many yeairs of leadership in the American Jew¬ ish Oommuniity and extensive travels abroad, has acquired first¬ hand knowledge of the problems facing foreign .jew^ry. His most recent trip was jnade last Octo¬ ber when he he^ed the Eighth UJA Study Mission whioh exam¬ ined the Jewilah Refugee emergen, cy in France and the problems of immigrant absorption In Israel. In 1963, the UJA seelta a na-, tional goal of »96,000,000 in Its zath annual lifesavlng oamipalgn (conHnued on paqa i) AARON ZACKS RE-aECTED PRESIDENT AT ANNUAL HERITAGE HOUSE MEETING At the Annual Board Meeting of Heritage Houie, held on Tuesday, Jan. 29, Aaron Zacks was re-elected as president of Heritage House. Zacks has long been identified with Heritage House having servki as campaign chairman for the biiilding of the new home and successfully completed the first term as Its president. It was in recognition of his long dedication to Heri¬ tage House that he was re-elected. Other officers elected were vice presidents, Mrs. Joseph Sch- MJter; Sam Schlonsky; Samuel Shinbach; Robert Weiler, Sr.; secretary, Mrs. Jock Resler; trea¬ surer, Leon Schottenstein. The foUow^ing were re-elected to serve as board members: Harr^r Gilbert, William Kahn, Robert Weiler, Sr., Charles Gold¬ smith, Samuel Melton, Leon Seht- tenstein. Dr. Jack Silberstein, Mrs. Jack Resler, Morris SIdlken and Richard J. AJbel. NEW BOARD MEMBERS elec¬ ted at this meeting were: Abe Weinfeld, Mrs. Cody Zelizer, Troy Feibel, Ralph Rosenthal, Harold Schottenstein, Gus Bowman,Sr., and Soi Morton Isaac. Albe Wohnan serves as life time honorary chairman of the board. Also Mrs. Isaac Nutis, in view of her long and dedicated service as ol>aIrman of the auxiliary, waa elected as honorary memiber of the board. AT THE DINNER meeting held at Heritage House, Zacks re¬ viewed the aocompilshroents of the Home during the Post 13 months. "We are on the brink of new frontiers of ^rvice to elderly people," Zacks stated. "We are jiust beginning to find the ways and means of enriching their Uvea." LAZAR D. BRENER executive director, in his report pointed out that (the image of the aged Is changing and the role that Heritage House is playing In thia change. Members of the planning com¬ mitter, besides the chairman, Mark Feinknopf, were Mrs. Simon Laaarua, EmU Wasser¬ strom, Mrs. Oody Zelizer, Mrs. Joseph Schecter, Sam Schlonsky, and Abe L Yenkin. At the end of the meeting a news bulletin of the Auxiliary edited by Mrs. Mark Feinknopf was distributed. Aaron Zacks Herbert Wise Dipper, the Junior Honor Society. WhUe at the University, he held positions of leadership in student government, campus pulbUcatlonB, and varsdrty athletics. He Is a memiber of the Zeta Beta Taa fraternity. AFTER GRADUATION, Wise took an active Inter^ in oom- raunlty affairs. He was a founder of the Oolumbua Junior Chamlber of Commerce and editor of that group's publication. Malntalndnsr an Interest In his profession, he Is active in the Advertising Club of the Columlbus Area Chamber of Commerce, having served ea president. Wise's concern with social wel¬ fare is reflected In hia servtos; on the Advisory Board of the Senior Citizens Center, and as Chairman of Recreation and Youth Services of the Council of Social Agenciesi that body's cam- pershlp program. Southeast Dla- trict of Boy Scouts, the Advis¬ ory Board of the OSU Hillel E\)imdatIon and as a board mem¬ ber of the Oolumbus Jewish Cen¬ ter. Other highlights otf the evening- Included the reading of the "1968 Columbus Brotherhood Week Proolamatl<Mi" by a representa¬ tive of Mayor Westlalce's office and the lighting of the Counclfa traditk>nal "Brotherhood Candle" by Mrs. Ray Oave, United Church Women, Mrs. Walter Harris, Catholic Diocese, and Mra Theo¬ dore Simson, Temple lisra^ Sis¬ terhood, who also acte4 as gen¬ eral chairman for the entire at- tair. The World's Week Support Heart Fund On Sunday, Feb. 24 CompIUd from JTA Roportv In New York, it was announced this week by Dr. Samuel Belkin, president, that Yeshiva UniveFslty will conduct a Hebrew Language Institute for public and private school teachers of Hebrew this siunmer under the National De¬ fense Education Act. In Jerusalem, Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Mini¬ ster, expressed the hope that the current difflcultiea within the European Economic Conimunity would not cause delay In negotiations for an Israeli link with the six member nations. In Geneva, it was envisaged that a minimum of $5,000,- 000 will be required In 1963 to meet the responsibilities in Prance faced by Fonds Social Juif Unifie, central Jewish welfaie body in that country, and the Joint Distribution Committee. The sum, which was seen as forecasting a de¬ ficit of at least $2,000,000 "If no additional funds are made avaUable," was reached h6re at a conference at JDC head¬ quarters between the administrative heads of the two or¬ ganizations, JEC and FSJU. In Montreal,' a plebiscite originally set for a Saturday in March in the Township of North York was changed to another day after the Canadian Jewish Congress and B*nai B'rith pointed gut that many Jewish voters would not be abl6 to vote for religious reasons. In London, Sir Barnett Janner, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, appealed to the authorities of the Soviet Union to permit Russian Jews to have matzoth baked hi government bakeries for Passover, or to allow the Import of matzoth from abroad. He made the statement on behalf of the Board after the regular monthly meeting of the body here in London.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-02-22|
|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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