Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-01-15, page 01
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OfflOJE^ ^WJ/ Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and Southwestern Ohio NIO R Vol. 43, No. 3 FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1965 — 12 SHEVAT, 5725 39 D«vofed to American and Jawltfi )d«als Public Affairs Forum Views New Germany "Currents and Treds in Germany — 20 Years Later," will be the topic of discussion for a special session of the 1964-05 Jewish Center Public Affairs Forum, Thursday, Jan. 21, 8:30 p.m. in the adult lounge at the Jewish Center, Mr. Burt Schild¬ house, chairman of the Public Affairs Forum committee, an¬ nounced. A frank examination of this timely area of how reliable Is Germany as a Wesitem Ally, should the Nazi trials ooniTmue, and is G^irnwjny the key to Europe, will be the focus of this analysis of Ger¬ man af'fiaiims. 20 yeairs later. In lannouncing thiis spedal session of Ithe Public Affairs Forum, Mr. Schadhouise 'SiialSed that the Cen¬ iter ds indeed forlunaite in having Mr. Gerhant H. Seger, consultant Gorman Wormaition Center, New York O'ty, avanilable. Mr. Seger gpaduaited from the School of Journiafjsm. Universi'ty of Leipzi'g. He worked as a news papermian in Germany, and as for¬ eign ccmrespcndenit in moat Europ¬ ean oapiiialis. In 1933, wh'le a mem¬ ber of tihe Gcrmian Rciichstiag, he wais 'ainre.<Jted 'by the Nazis as a political Oipponenit of Hitler's. Hie was impnisoned an4 sent to the fdrsit Nazi ccncenbi-aliion oamp Bit Onani'onburg for siix months, at whiich time he escaped into Czech¬ oslovakia. Mr. Seger has been back to Germany several tfmes since the war. 'and is tbe amthor of a number of books, including "Diary of a Refugee." In announcjiin'g fchi's speciaJ ses¬ sion, Mr. ScHi'dfiouise emphiaisized tte Jewifiih Oerter Pub'ic Affairs iFonim series continues to serve' tion to .the communiity to attend the purpose wihore issues of con-|itliais unusual'sipeciial sesscon Gerhart H. Seger 'ompca-a.''y concern can be cryioally •x'vtewed and discussed. In view of ihe p'vci'.iail poeiiiicn which German affai'~s are assuming today in the world, th's drscufoicn, whicli ^vji]] lailso fealture two panel experts from I'he community, assumes ttmely im¬ portance. Mr. Sch'-ldhouse issued an inviita- Israel Bond Sale In Columbus Sets All-Time Record Under the dhadirmianisliilp of Sam¬ uel L. Oppeniher'mer, the Columbus Israeli Bond Drive soared to an all- I'lime h'gh Cn 1964. •with a oasih bal¬ ance figure of $193,150. It is the most successful Israel Bond oam- oaiigm that Oolumbus has had bhus far. "I am proud and dellghCed that .'liiis result was aitftained. and I wish ito pubUciily thank al] of the people wiho assfi'ed me in this year's cam¬ paign." Mr. Oppenheimer siaad. "I a'ttribute the tremendous suc¬ cess of this year to the conf'idence ¦Shiat our Jewisih community has in 'he eoanOTnic and industrial future of the Staite of Israel, and I am sure this feeling wiilll carry over rtto successive .years. "Anoiihcr important reason for our success is the fact that every day more and more people are re¬ deeming Israel Bonds purchaised in 'the past, thus recognlizing the fact I'hait we are, indeed, dealing in a very sound investment." Mr. Oppen'hedmer expressed con- Bidence that subatanlhial investmenits will contnue to be made by various Banks and Foundationis, and added I'Jialt Pcnisnion aind Welfare Funds have expressed a "keen interest" in Israel Bonds. He urged the liooal Jewisih com¬ muniity to continue its work "in beihailf of State of feraeJ Bends dur¬ ing the years ahead in order thait Ocfumbus might continue.to hold a position of leadership on the na- djonal Jewisih scene." Some of the couples who will be attending the ORT Las Vegas Night Saturday, include, seated, left to right: Mrs. Herbert Weiner and Mrs. Thomas Lurie. Standing, left to right, are Herbert 'Weiner, Robert Cillery and Mrs. Gillery. Thomas Lurie. ORT LAS VEGAS NIGHT SATURDAY AT DESHLER INCLUDES DINNER ^ DANCING The Colunlbus Chapter of 'Womens American ORT (Organi¬ zation for Rehabilitation Through Training) will present its third annual Las Vegas Night, Saturday, Jan. IG, in the Crystal Ballroom of the Deshler Cole Hotel. Attire for the event will be formal, and a cocktail hour will be followed by dinner, dancing and gambling. Rick Sherrlck and his orchestra will supply music. Mns. Robert Gillery is chairman of the dance. Heading up various committees are Mrs- Bernard Frank, Mrs. "niomias Lurfe, Mrs. Herbert Weiner and Mrs. Allfred Harmon. Also workiing on c-omnri'ittiees are Mrs. Jerome Sohot6en£.tern, Mrs. F^aul Hei-wald. Mrs. Ed Stan, Mrs. Samuel Lowenthal, Mrs- James Fce- bel, Mrs. Stanford Glick, Mns. Mar- t:in Handler, Mi's. Stanley Katz, Mrs. Sidney Levine, Mrs. James Jacobs, Mrs. Jack Masfer and Mrs. Bertram Dinnnan. Aiso worldog on the commDbtee are Mrs. Waillton Block, Mrs. Rich¬ ard Lewis. Mra. George Ornstein, Mi-s. Leonard Schiff, Mn-s. Stanley Schwantz, St., Mrs. Max Tennen¬ baum, Mrs. RudolfKh Stem, Jr., Mrs. GenaJd Swedlow, Mrs Robert Weiler, Jr., Mrs. Hairy Greenblott, Mi's. Behjomin Zox, Mrs. David Formi^n, Mrs. Bemard Frank, Mrs. Maiitin Adler, Mrs. Leon Silberman, .Mrs. Robert Masser and Mrs. Betsy Staub. Any member buying llickets or who brings a guest wiil receive credit towards her honor roU. Contact Mns. Bernard Praink for reservations. UJFC YOUNG MEN ORGANIZE CAMPAIGN Gerald Friedman, chairman of lihe Young Men's Divisiicn. an¬ nounced the completion of the or¬ ganization of his Division for the 1965 UJFC campaagn and the com pletion of the assignments of pros- peoti. to workers. Working w^ith Mr. Friedm'an are his vice-chairmen, David Madison and Alan Weiler. Ohairman of Uk Maccabees is Bemard Yenkin anr his Vice-chairman is Stanley Katz Maccatiee workers are: Irving Baker, Gary Cheses, I. David Coh en, Millard Cummins, Edwin EU man, James Feibel, Richard Kohn Thomas Lurie, Carl Mellman, Dr. George Ornstein. John Resler, Law- ence Schaffer, Gordon Schiffman, Lee SkQken. Robert Wolman, Barry Zacks and Gordon Zacks. Team Captains are: Mark Feink¬ nopf, Jr., Victor Goodman, Ben iZox, Richard Shenk, Victor Krup man, David Formar, Miohaei Bloch, Donald Kaitz, Robert Garek. Preston Gurwin, Morton Rising Robert Levenson and Lesilie Wex- ner. Workers are: Stanton Robbins, Sam Kanter, Robert Weiler, Jr., Richard Streim, Michael Sigman, A.C. Sti1i.p, Joseph White, Michael Stein, Norman Fagin, Marvin Pli¬ skin, Robert Schiff, Lawrence Ru¬ benstein, Gerald Jacobs, Daniel Goldsmith, Robert Greenberg, Mil¬ ton Lewin. Bernard Bornstein, Stepban Levy, (continuad on paga 4) 26th World Zionist Congress Studies Russian Relations Jerusalem, (JTA) — The situation of Soviet Jewry, the status of 'West German scienti§t/s working on weapons for the Nasser regime in Egypt and the battle over the West German deadline on prosecution of Nazi war criminals and the security of Israel dominated sessions of the 2Glh World Zionist Congress here this week. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, presidont of the World Zionist Or- ganizaiicn, spe'lotl out the prob- 'oms in scverail addresses. He rx- pro.sscd tiie opinrcin tihait the Soviet Un'on 'had more influpnce (han the Uniiicd Siai'cs cn the Arab rul'ors and that Israel-Arab peace was more likely to come viia Moscow 'Ihan Washington. He sici'd I'tat for this reason, Is¬ rael should be mxDre intcreistcd in h'.i'tcr .q-e'^aiinons with Rusisia and ¦he noted ithat Israel was baking .¦^'eps dn that direction. He em- phaiEii^ed the impontairKe of strength- icing Lsirael's deterrent capacity. He also appealed to the Soviet Unicn to laltow the reunion of fam- il'cs 'and emii'grafion of Russian Jews to Ismael, adding 'that the sit- uaiiJcn of Soviet Jewry woufd re- GOMMUNITY INTERFAITH MEETING WILL BE HELD JANUARY 26 AT JEWISH CENTER Abe Zaician, editor of ''The Commentator," the bi-weekly news magazine published hy the Public Affairs Department of WRFD Radio, Columbus, will be the guest speaker at. the annual community-wide interfaith Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 12 noon at the Jewish Center, 1125 College Ave. Mr. Zaitlan has a career long a.ssociated with newspapers and other public media. He is a !i a gi'aduaiie of the Univers'ty of tllrno's School of Journalism. For four and a half years, Mr. Zaldan was associaitcd wiih the Co- iimbus Ciitizon-Joumal as reporter, •nusiic-drama criidc and assis'tant ¦rfty editor. He was al.so Columbu."; ¦on-espondcnt for Fairchi'd Publica- ''icns. New York, and the United Silai'cs Information Agency. His ar- 'dcles have appeared in the New York Times. ChiMti.in Science Mnn- ilt'>r and Editor and PublLshor mag¬ azine. Invitations to the B'nai B'rith ¦neoting have been sent to varioius ¦hurch groups. Mrs. I.=>abellc Rosen, Zicn Chap'er No. 127. and Mrs Rachel Gold, Cand'el''ght Chapter No. 888, aj'e co-cliairmen for the af¬ fair. A petite lunchccn will be served at noon to be followed by viewing native of Mt. Pleasent, Pa., and and discussing a film, entitled, "A Daiie wilth L'berty," ani'gfnaUy pre .'cn'led by CBS-TV. The film wiU be presented by Mr. Ronald Snyder, the Community Con^uitiint of the Anti-Defamation L.oague. The program will be con- ceiTicd with the Bill of Rights and he questions it raises. "Mass Culture & Jewish Survival" Opens Hillel Sunday Forum Series The Winiicr Quarior Sunday For- im series oit the OSU Hillel Foun- iati'On. will opon January 17 with 1 panel d'sciissdon. I>. Erika E. BourgU'gnon, As- ^'ocdiaite Pixrfessor of .Soc'ology and \n)tihropology at Ohio S'aite Univer- -ity; Dr. Miarvin J. Lovino. A.ssist- •¦nt Profe.'^EOi' of Economics at Oh'o S'laite Unlversiiiy. and Rabbi M.ir- in Kowal. assL'tant director of the ^i'llel Founda'ticn, will bo the panel¬ ists. They W'll speak on "Mass Culture \nd Jewi'eh Survival" on January 17 at 8 p.m. The program is open to the pub¬ jic. Rabbi Harry Kapl'an. director of 'he Hillel Found.'iiticn. will speak Tn "Lsrael ZangwOl — A Centenary Tribute," 'ait the Sunday moi-ning brunch, January 17 ait U a.m. Abe Zaiden main world Jewry's number one problem and that it was the duty of world Jewry to arouse puhUc bp- linton on the issue. He asserted that there hadn't been, any improvement in the situation of Russaian Jewry. However, he sug- •gesited that the disBaitnsfaotiioin voiced by some Oommunist par¬ ities in various countries over the itneaitment of Russian Jews md'ght bring about a change of Soviet policy. In fighUng Soviet policy, be salid, the impressiion that Israel and the Jewish people are an anti- Soviet factor had to be avoided. He siand there was a need to start "dari'ng paliUaal action" to ap¬ proach a solution to ttie problems endangering Israel's existence. He dited the danger of tihe devekipmenit aniti-Jewiisih offensive by the Arabs. He urged that the Arabs be warned regaining the danger of a cold war between ithem and Jewry and that a powerful reply must be prepared by Jews particularly in South Amer¬ ioan countries • where he sadd, the Arab aittack was strongily tellt. He saLd it was West Germany's moral duty to recall the scaenfats working in Egypt and asiseirted that ithe Uruted Stiates •was exerting pressure on the Bonn CJoverjiment against such reoaSi for fear that ithe Germians might be replaced by Russians. The United States Em¬ bassy in Bonn pnomptiy denied tihe charge. He expressed the beiLef that West Germany ¦would extend by ten years the tome for prosecution of Nazi war crimin'als. He reported that (he Wesit Germian Government had ec- cepled the principle of JiabJlity for compensation of viotims of Nazisim from Eastern Europe and that an amendment to the Bonn reparations (eontfauAd ea paga 4] Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Society 5, 6, 7 Teen Scene 12 Sports 10, 11 Real Estate 10 Synagogues 8 Sliopping Guide 8 The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reporh Sho-wn above are members of the UJFC Young Men's Division at their opening meeting for the 1UG5 campaign. NEW YORK (JTA)~Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of the American Jewish Congress, called on President Johnson to terminate aid to Egypt unless Egypt "offers firm guaran¬ tees that It will stop abuising American friendship -while accepting American aid." NEW YORK (JTA) — Criticisms voiced in the West against Soviet persecutions of Russian Jews have begun to show effects in the Soviet Union, newspaper dispatches from Moscow indicated. The New York Herald Tribune re- ixjrted that leading organs of the Soviet press have admitted that two Jews convicted under the Khrushchev regime of "economic crimes" had been "framed." JERUSALEM (JTA) — The 26th World Zionist Con¬ gress closed without electing a new executive because ne¬ gotiations regarding the Inclusion of the Herut Party in the executive broke down. ROME (JTA) -- Pope Paul VI has set September 14 as Uie opening date for the fourth session of the second Vati¬ can Ecumenical Council and has ordered that it will be the last session, the Vatican said this week. This virtually as- sures that final action will be taken on the declaration on Chi-istian-Jewish relaUons. WASHINGTON (JTA) — The Johnson Administration's commitment to Israel's defense and security was reaffirmed here by Myer Feldman, special counsel to President John¬ son, in an address to the United Jewish Appeal's national inaugural conference of .the 19G5 drive. NEW YORK (JTA) — Ninety-three United Hias-assisted refugees from Eastern Europe, the largest number of Jewish migrants evgr to arrive In the United States on one flight, arrived this week. The refugees will resettled In 10 cities Ihroughout the United States, Including Colmnbus.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1965-01-15|
|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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