Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-06-07, page 01
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OfflOJE\^ RONICLE 2rO^ Serving Columbus. Dayton. Central and Southwestp''" Hhin VOAf? Vol. 41, No. 23 FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 — IS SIVAN, 5723 wnivnw TWO "aBtS-ii laoisiH TtfOlDlTOlrtJatf 39 Oavetad f« American •nd Jawlih Idaali THE NATIONAL SCENE The World's Week Compilad from JTA Raporh In Washington, two Congressmen — a Democrat and a Republican — joined to force a showdown on the EJxecutive Department's failure to implemen(t' antl-blas cla.uses In foreign aid acts over the past several years involving Arab discrimination against Americans of Jewish faith. Rep. James Roosevelt, California Democrat, and Rep. Seymour Halpem, New York Republican, co-sponsored a new amendment to malce mandatory the severance of aid to offending nations. . In Arlington, Va., John C. Vinson, Jr., 18-year-old ad¬ herent of Neo-Nazlsm and a known smearer of swastikas, W9S found guilty of a first degree murder in the fatal shoot¬ ing last September of Lewis M. Goldfein, 17, a Jewish honor student. First degree murder In Virginia Is punishable by death or a prison sentence of from 20 years to life. In New York, Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionist.'?, was laid to rest after simple funeral rites attended by many mourners. Funeral services were conducted at Congregation B'nai Jpshurun at which the eulogy was delivered by Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister of Israel and now chairman of the Jewish Agency executive. The Government of Israel was officially represented by Ambassador Avraham Har¬ man who read tributes from Israel President Shtrfman Sha¬ zar and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurlon. In Waltham, Mass., a gift of $1,000,000 toward the cost , of constructing a biology building in the university's pro¬ posed new science complex here and overall plans for trip¬ ling th^ physical plant devoted to the sciences by the con¬ struction of seven units in an ^8,500,000 building program, were announced by Brandeis University. The $1,000,000 gift wqs contributed by Charles C. Bas- slne of Great Neck, L.I., noted Jewish philanthropist, for¬ mer associate chairman of the Federation of Jewish Philan¬ thropies of New York and a founder of the Albert Einstein Hospital. In United Nations, N.Y., Arthur A. C. Liveran of Israel was appointed by Secretary General U Thant to the highest secretariat post ever held here by an Israeli, being named as Secretary of the Joint Staff Pension Board. The body has jurisdiction over all staff pension systems of not only the UN itself but also all of the United Nations' specialized agencies like the World Health Organization, the United Na¬ tions Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and Food and Agriculture Organization. In Unity Honse, Pa., a resolution calling upon the American government to guarantee the territorial integrity and independence of Israel was adopted at the conclusion of a four-day conference of the American Trade Union Council for Hlstadrut. The 200 delegates from all parts of the country also adopted a resolution condemning "the publicly expressed aims of the Arab leaders to destroy the democratic state of Israel." The resolution said these alms were "dlametricaliy opposed to the purposes and charter of the United Nations In which these same Arab countries claim membership." Above are seen members of the 1963 graduation class of the Columbus Hebrew School. They are (left to right, seated): Nancy Wasserman, Andrea Lewin, Eva Weisz, Judy Mandelkorn, Julie E. Paine and Laurel Dachner, (Standing) Avie Waxman, teacher, Ronnie Cohen, Richard M. Mellman, Allen J. Sihis, Leonard A. Lazarus, Arnold B. Weinrib, Mi- ' chael L. Rosen, James M. Trager, Dean Goldberg, Gabriel Steiner and Daniel Harrison, principal. GOL. HEBREW SCHOOL ANNOUNCES ORDER OF GRADUATION; DR. EIBLING TO SPEAK Graduation exercises at the Columbus Hebrew School will take place Thursday, June 13, at 8 p.m. in The Jewish Center Auditorium. Dr. Harold H. Elbling, superintendent of Columbus Public Schools, will be the guest speaker. HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL diplomas wiii be awarded to two students who have completed,a four year course of studies. Fifteen students will be gradual- laiacii iTiiiiistCf lo ' Address Bond Dinner The Honorable Aryeh Manor, Economic Minister of the Government of Israel and one of his country's leading financial and economic experts, will appear at the Tribute Ditmer in honor of Governor James A. Rliodes, Tuesday, June 25, 6:30 p.m., at the Deshler-Hilton Hotel, on behalf of the Columbus com¬ mittee for State of Israel Bonds, it was announced today by Mvin E. Schottenstein, community chairman. This dinner wili be a salute to r Gov. Rliodes for his outstanding efforts on behalf of the State ot Israel and the Israel Bond Cam¬ paign. Minister Manor wili present a special award from the State of ing from the elementary depart¬ ment, completing a six year course of studies. The elementary program of studies includes: Hebrew langu¬ age, Conversational Hebrew, Gram¬ mar, The Bible in Hebrew, High¬ lights of Jewish Historjt^^ Back¬ ground of Holidays, Customs and Ceremonies and familiarity Wth the Hebrew prayer book. THE PROGRAM is as follows: National Anthem, audience, led by Stephen B- Marks; welcome, Daniel Harrison, principal; greetings, Her¬ bert H. Schiff, president, UJFC; Hebrew songs, choral group direct¬ ed by Stephen B. Marks; the tjvo graduates from the iiiglj school de¬ partment will speak briefly on their four years of high school studies: Hebrew, Rebekah Schottenstein; English, Reva Shar. "The Meaning of Jewish Educa¬ tion in fhe Ught of My Experience at the Columbus Hebrew School will be the topic of four of the graduates from the elementary de¬ partment. Hebrew, James M. Tra¬ ger; English, Ronnie Cohen; He¬ brew, Michael L. Rosen; English, Judy Mandelkorn. Address, Dr. Harold H. Eibling, superintendent, Columbus Public Schools; Hebrew songs, choral group directed by Stephen B. Markst AWARD OF diplomas, Arthur Katz, president, Columbus Hebrew Sqhool; presentation to graduates, Mrs. Israel Berliner, president, He¬ brew School PTA; presentation of citation and award to Rebekah Schottenstein for being one of the two top winners of the Regional Finals and participant in the Na¬ tional Finals in the fourth annual Bible contest; to Bruce Lange for aciiieving a high grade in the city finals in the Bible contest; Hatik¬ vah, audience, led by Stephen B. Marks. A reception in honor ot the gradu¬ ates will be given by the parents Relatives of the graduates and friends of the Hebrew School are invited. ISRAEL BONDS EXECUTIVE BOARD Alvin E. Schottenstein (standing), chairman of tho, Columbus Committee for State of Israel Bonds, is shown with members of the Israeli Bonds Committee executive board at a recent meeting at the Schottenstein home. They are (left to right): Leonard Q. Quinn, Pearson Press, Dr. Benjamin B. Gertner, Joseph L. Schwartz, Jerome Schotten¬ stein, Bernard Ruben, Dr. J. David Brilliant and Arthur Katz. Other members of the committee include Dr, B. W. Abramson, Albert A. Blank, Dr. B. B. Caplan, Dr. Aaron S. Canowitz, Harry Gilbert, Dr. Ivan Gilbert, Jacob H. Gilbert, Louis R. Goldfarb, Dr. Mitchell S. Goodman, William L. Goodman, Ben Kahn, Wilham Kahn, WilUam V. Karr, Her¬ man Katz, Norbert F. Kruger, Louis M. Levin, Julius C. Margulies, Joseph Modes, Samuel L. Oppenheimer, Sol Ris¬ ing, William Schiff, Edward Schlezinger, Sam J. Schlonsky, Howard R. Schoenbaum, Harold Schottenstein, Leon Schot¬ tenstein, Meivin L. Schottenstein, Saul Schottenstein, Myron Trope, Alarj R. Weiler, Abe A. Wolman, Dr. Charles Young, Aaron Zacks, Joseph Zox, Ben Zuckerman and Samuel L. Zuravsky. AMERICAN JEWS MOURN DEATH OF POPE; ORGANIZATION LEADERS EXPRESS GRIEF NEW YORK (JTA) — American dfewryjoined the Catholic world in mourning the death of Pope JohnXXlII who died Monday afternoon at the age of 81. Major American Jewish organizations Issued statements expressing grief and empha¬ sizing that Pope John was one of the warmest friends the Jews ever had in the Vatican. Leading in tributes to Pope John was the Synagogue Coun¬ cU of America, the national co- ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^/p^^^ j^^ ,p^ the Catholic community of tWs coun try and throughout the world, tlie Synagogue Council of America ex tends its sincerest condolences." Rabbi Mark said that this state ment has been sent to Catholic au thorities in the Vatican and in this country. The American Jewish Congress stated . . . "The Catholic church has lost its supreme leader, the Jewish people have lost a warm and tnist- ed friend, the world has lost a wise and good man." PIONEER WOMEN TO INSTALL OFFICERS AT DESERT INN JUNE 12 Miss Goldie Sosoff, Midwest area director of Pioneer Women Organi¬ zation will install the new officers of the Golda Meir Chapter of Pio¬ neer Women al an installation din¬ ner on Wednesday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Desert Inn, 3540 E. Broad St. Following the ceremony there will be a short musical skit writ¬ ten especially for the occasion by Mrs. Sanford Betker. MRS. HENRY STERLING wili be installed as chapter president. The other officers to be installed are as follows: Mrs. Abe Kohn, first vice president, fund raising; Mrs. William Kisch, second vice presi¬ dent, membersiiip; Miss Helen Sei¬ denberg, third vice president, pro¬ gram; Mrs. Harry Mellman, treas¬ urer; Mrs. Ralph Benveniste, re¬ cording secretary; Mrs. Fay Smith, financial secretary; Mrs. Robert Friedman, corresponding secretary. MISS SOSOFF WILL ALSO instaU the following chairmen of standing committees: Mrs. Max Bloch, bulle¬ tin; Mrs. Simon Blum, hospitality; Mrs. Leo Cohen, ciiild rescue re¬ membrance fund; Miss Lottie Co¬ hen, prayer; Mrs. Robert Friedman, UJA; Mrs. Dave Gaiser, board hos- pitaUty; Mrs. William Givits, card party; Mrs. William Kisch, Bonds for Israel; Mrs. Nathan Lessem, publicity and American affairs; Mrs. Harry Rubin, blood donor and special gifts; Mrs. Jack Shaucet, JNF and trees; IVIrs, Joe Sherman, sunshine; Mrs. Tillie Shifman, tele¬ phone; Mrs. Jack Uretsky, fund raising. On the following evening,'Thurs¬ day, June 13, a special worlishop meeting for the officers and mem¬ bers of the board will be conducted by Miss Sosoff at the home of the incoming .president, Mrs. Sterling, 514 Enfield Rd. All officers and board members are urged to at¬ tend tliis very important workshop meeting wliich starts at 8 p.m. ordinating body representing the Orthodox, Conservative and Reform rabbinical and congregational or¬ ganizations. Represented by the Sjmagogue Council are: the Cen¬ tral Conference of American Rati- bis. Rabbinical Council of America, Rabbinical Assembly, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre¬ gations of America, and United Synagogue of America. The state¬ ment issued by the Synagogue Council through its president. Rab¬ bi JuUus Mark, reads: "Men of good will everywhere, those who cherish the highest ideals of human freedom and "dig¬ nity under God, will mourn the death of a great spiritual leader, Pope John XXm. His life and noble works will long endure as an in¬ spiration for man's immortal quest for peace and justice. His deep con¬ cern for ail who suffer injustice and pain, Ills acts of generosity, his ded¬ ication to charity and his efforts in bringing peoples of the world closer together, will long be remembered by men, women, and children of all faiths. "In behalf of the Jewish religious community of the United States, I wish to express oW profound sad- Chronicling The News Edrtorial 2 Our Teen Scene .... 11 Society 4, 6, 7 Synagogues 8 Shopping Guide 8 Sports 9, 10 .Entertainment 12 Hon. Aryeh Manor Israel to Gov. Rhodes. PRIOR TO assuming his present post. Manor was Economic Minister to'the Embassy of Israel in Wash¬ ington and prior to that was Direct¬ or of the Govemment of Israel Sup¬ ply Mission in New York. He has also served as head of the Ministry of Defense Mission in New York. Before entering pabliciife. Manor established the export department of the Joint Canning Factories at Eshed-Gat Rimon, having served on the management board of the or¬ ganization. He also helped to estab¬ lish a canning factory in Givat- Haim. Born and educated in Vienna, Manor later received his master of science degree In electrical en¬ gineering. When he settled in Pale¬ stine shortly after graduation, he joined the agricultural settlement of Givat-Haim which he served as treasurer for several years. 'DIALOGUE IN ISRAEL' NEW YORK (WUP) ~ Max Ler- near, Leslie Fiedler, David Boroff, Philip Roth and Leo C. Roston are scheduled to join a group of Israeli notables at the second annual "Dia¬ logue in Israel" to be held in Jeru¬ salem and Tel Aviv on June 17 through 20. The two major topics to be dis¬ cussed at the four-day conference are: 1. "The Jewish Intellectual and Jewish Indentity;" 2. The Jew¬ ish Writer in Israel and America." The "Dialogue" is sponsored by the American Jewish Congress headed by Dr. Joachim Prinz. HILLEL HONORS ABE WOLMAN Abe Wolnvan, outgoing president of the Hillel advisory board, waa honored with a special adult Hillel key at the Annual Awards Dinner on Wednesday evening, May 15. Wolman has just completed two years as president of the board. He la also an advisor to the Hillel kosher co-op and has been active In other areas of Hillel program and actlvlT ties.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1963-06-07|
|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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