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*%iw)wy 2fO^ Serving Columbus, Dayton, cStral and Southwestern Ohio ff\^ Vol. 44, No. 22 FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1966 — 22 SIVAN 5726 ,M Danwlad te AmariM* Leon Friedman I'^ftaa. Leon Friedman Is Re-Elected Center Head Leon Friedman was re-elected president ,pf the Jewish Center at the Annual Meeting, Tues¬ day, May 31. / V Other officers elected were vice-presidents—Myer Mellman, Dr;^-Ivaii GUbert, Stanley Schwartz, Jr.; treasurer — MU¬ lard Cummins; secretary — Fred Yenkta. m BSVIEWIIfG highlights of the past year's program, Fried¬ man noted substantial changes in Centei' facilities. A new swim¬ ming pool complex vidll be open "*f<Jr "m%mb«iSM5niSS*thIs-sum- mer, ta addition fo two new day camp sites; 50 acres along Alum Creek and 28 acres on Hoover Reservoir. Annual: attendance fa Center activities isi equivalent to' the entire city comtag through the Center, or about 700,000. GOALS FOR THK comtag year taclude an tatensified lead¬ ership development p r b g r a m which wUl start with a tralntag institute the week-end of June 18^19. Mrs. Faye Soffen, Profes¬ sor of Group Dynamics at the University of Pennsylvania, wUl conduct the Institute which wIU be attended by Board and CCm' mittee Chairmen. ¦ Board Members elected for the term endtag May, 1967 afe as follows: • Dr. B. W;. Abramson, Robert Aronson, Irvtag Barkan, Gus Bowman, Jr., David Chesesi Ju¬ Uus Cohen', MiUard Cummins, David Derrow, Dr. S. D. Edel ' man and Harold Edelstein. Leo Eichenbaum, Edwaird Ell man, Dr. WUliam Engelman, Troy, A. Feibel, Mark Feinknopf, Bernard Feltltager, Rabbi Je¬ rome Folkman, David Forman, Mfs; MelviUe Frank, Leon Fried mani Mrs. Edwaid Ghitman, Harry GUbert and Dr. Ivan GUbert. Marvta Glassman, William GUck, Dr. Sam Globe, Martta Godoifsky, Victor Goodnian, Sam¬ uel Gordon, Fred GraU,' AUen' Gundershehner, AUen Gunder¬ sheimer, Jr., Mrs. Robert HaUet, Daiiiel Harrison and Herschel Hausman. Myer Hausman, James Jacobs, WiUiam Kahn, Rabbi Harry Kap¬ lan, Thomas Kaplta, Walter Katz, Harold Kayne, Mrs. Louis Krakoff, Charles Y. Larazus an^ Louis Levin. George Levtae, Ben Mandel¬ kom, Norman Meizlish, Myer Mellman, Samuel Melton, Mor¬ ris Mendel, Dr. Paul Meyer, Dr. Harold Monett, Mrs. Jerome Nakrta, Richard Neustadt, Helen Nutis, Mrs. MUton Parker, Mrs. Martin Polster and Melvta Rack- off. J. S. Resler, Mrs. J. S. Resler, Dr. Malcolm Robbins, Walter Robtason, Mrs. Melvta Rose, Al¬ bert Rosenthal, David Roth, Rab¬ bi S. W. Rubensteta and Mrs. Joseph Schecter. Herbert Schlff, Burton ScfaUd- (continued on page 4) JewisH Press Assn. Meets In Washington WASHINGTbN, i( JTA) — The The five-day; annuaf convention of the American Jewish Press Association, oragnlzation of .pub¬ lishers of the American Jewish weekly newspapers, 'concluded here Sunday with the. election of Adolph Rosenheim, editbr-pub- lisher of the Southern iSriaeUte, of Atlanta, as president' TTie Convention discussed vari¬ ous problems of hnportance to American Jewish, life. v , THE PELEOATES WEBB re¬ ceived at the'WhIte House by President Johnson^ v*o ta an off-the-record address, tadicated, during the half-hour visit, the tmporttmce: he attached to mat¬ ters of Jewish taterest and con¬ cern. Touchtog on a variety of subjects of world .conditions ta general, he talked especially about the Middle East. Xn wel¬ comtag the: piibUshers and edi¬ tors, he commended the dedicar tion of the Jewish press to hu¬ manitarian causes. A participant, on the initiative df the President, w^as Ambassai dor Arthur J. Goldberg,. dilef American delegate to the United Nations. President Johnson com¬ mended the work of Goldberg, noting how the sons of Jewish 'nunigrantis could i^e to great heights ta the United States. The delegates were led by Mor¬ ris Janoff, pubUsher of Jewish Standard, of Jersey City, N.J., who served as president of the association prior to' the election of Mr. Rosenberg. THE DEIJEOATES were also addressed by 'Vice-Pre?ident Hu¬ bert H. Humphrey at a reception tendered to them by ¦ B'nai B'rith. Plans Revealed For ¦. • .1 Governor's Dinnk i' \ At a reception given tp the defegates at the Israel Embassy, Ambassador Avraham Herman, expressed appreciation of the Is¬ rael Government for the role played by. the Amerlc»i Jewish piidtUcatlons ta helptag the cause of Israel. He analyzed the pres¬ ent problems faced by Israel as weU. as tbe progress the country Is maktag In various, directions. Messages of greettags to the convention were sent by Israel President Zalman Shazar, Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and For¬ eign Minister Abba Eban. (cfnttnued on page 4) AD EXECUTIVE TO SPEAK TO PimUR Robert Lurie wiU be the prin¬ cipal speaker at a parlor meettag, for Israel Bonds, to be held .at the home of Sidney Blatt, 330 Stanbery Ave., on Tuesday, June 14, ^t 8-pjn. - As a result of nunierous trips to Israel and his comprehensive knowledge of that land, Lurie has the reputation as an out¬ standtag authority on Israel's ex¬ ternal and tatemal affairs. He is the Missouri State Chairman of the State of Israel Bond Organi¬ zation and a member of the Mid¬ west Board of Dh^ctors. From 19S1 to 1954, he was Manager of its St. Louis and Southern nunois area. PMOB TO THAT, he served as Executive Dhrector of the St. Louis Jewish Community Rela¬ tions CouncU, National Director .of the War Service Department of B'nal B'rith ta Washtagton, D.C, and Eastern .Region Co¬ ordtaator of the Antl-Defamatlon League, He received ithe Jewish War Veterans achievement award ta 1949. Lurie is President of Robert Lurie, Inc., a firm specializtag ta radio and television production, advertistag and pubUc relations. In addition, he Is producer and host of the American Jewish TV Digest, a weekly television series dealing wl th ; the American Jewish scene. MUton J. Pinsky, left, publisher of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, talks with Vice President of the United States, Hubert H. Humphrey, before his speech at a reception honoring the members of the American Jewish Press As¬ sociation at the B'nai B'rith Building in Washington. In his speech Humphrey touched on issues affecting the Jewish people—especially the pressing situation In the Middle EaSt. Johnson And Humphrey Address AJIiJEditors Alvta E. Schottensteta, chair¬ man of the dovemor James A. Rhodes Dinner for Israel Bonds, announced today that the Dinner would take place at the Gover¬ nor's Mansion on Sunday, July 17. in making the announcement Schottensteta said: "Tliis year Israel is celebrattag two piUe- stones ta its history. The first is the "Year hi Chai" or 18th an¬ niversary of Its tadependence. The second is the 15th anni¬ versary of the foundtag of the Israel Bond Organization. "THE TWO EVENTS are closely Itaked together. For there could not truly be i celebration of the 18th year of Israel as "The Year of Life," without the vital resources which have been pro¬ vided by the Israel Bond program for the country's economic de¬ velopment during the past 15 years. "Here ta Columbus we are fortunate ta havtag a Governor who Is so friendly and dedicated to Israel, and to the Je^vish Com- munity. Governor Rh'odes has beeii a Consistent friend and sup¬ porter of the Israel Bond pro¬ gram. He has been to Israel twice, the last time to 1965. "OOVEKNOR BHODES has charged me with seeing that 1000 people atteiid the dtoner at his home. With your help and the help of aU the Jewish Commun¬ ity throughout the State, I am stu:e that the Governor wUl see his wish fulfUled on July 17. I I BY TBCDE B. FELDIOAN Chronicle's -White House Correspondent Members of the American Jevi^sh Press Association, which tocluded the Ohio Jewish Chron- cle'^ co-publishers, MUton J. and Bette Pinsky, met with Presi¬ dent Johnson for 30 mtoutes to the Cabtoet Room of the White House with the United Nations Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg Ustentog to. Later at a reception given by B'nal B'rith at their headquar¬ ters. Vice President Humphrey ¦'not only mingled and 'noshed' deUcacies with the delegation of the A.J.P:A. and their famUies but he IndlviduaUy met and at length greeted each editor and publisher and his family. THE VICE FBESn>ENT tol^ MUt and Bette to "say heUo to everyone ta Columbus." He added that "Columbus is great city, except when they play us (Mtanesota) ta football." John ChanceUor, head of the Volpe of Anierica, Senator Jacob K. Javlts (R.N.Y.) and several other members of Congress were among those In attendance. DURINO HIS INFOBMAL talk — which developed into a major address"— Mr. Humphrey spoke on a variety of subjects. He was tatroduced by Rabbi Jay Kaufman, Executive Vice Presi¬ dent of B'nal B'rith, after which he quipped: "It's good to be in¬ troduced by a rabbi—the tatro- ductions are lyrlcar and poetic and no one can doubt their veracity." Thein Mr. Humphrey told the edltoiis and publishers; "You liave been champions of the cause of freedom; InteUectual freedom, academic freedom; po¬ Utical freedom — kll of the free¬ doms that make life meantag- ful." Paytag tribute to the as¬ sembled group, the Vice Presl- dentadded: "I know of no peo¬ ple who are more phUanthropic, more generous thEin rthose whom you represent —the people to whom your pubUcatlons go — the members of the Jewish com¬ munity. You have, ta a sense, taught others how to give and how to share. "THIS IS BECAUSE the only way that a people ever learns how to be compassionate is to suffer. The only vi'ay ^at a peo¬ ple ever learns tp reaily, really seek knowledge, is to have that opportunity denied them. Then the hunger for it is overwhelm- tag." Mr: Humpiirey went on to say that the Great Society has made wonderful progress ta every¬ thing "we beUeve ta" — in hu¬ man dignity, ta civU rights, ta the extension of opportunity to more and more people." HE SAID IT IS more impor¬ tant to have a breakthrough ta human relations than it is to have a breakthrough in science and medical technology. "We £u:e beginntag to make breakthroughs ta our attitudes leottiliiuad orrpaq, 4) Gilbert P. Davis Former Student To Address The Hebrew SchooFs Graduates The gradaution exercises of the Columbus Hebrew School will take place Tuesday, June 14, 8 p.m. at the Jewish Center Audi¬ torium. Hebrew High School diplomas wiU be awarded to the foUowtog students: Richard M. Lange, Robert M. Mandelkom, Sevie R. Shar and Arleen R. Stem. They have completed the prescribed Wglj school course of studies of foui* years. THE FOLLOWDfO TEN Stu¬ dents will be graduattog frbm the elementary departiji^nt, havtog (ceeflaiHid on page 4) Chroniclmg The News Editorial 2 Teen Scene 10 Society 5, 6, 7 Shopping Guide ..... 8 Synagogues < 8 Sports .••••• 0 Real Estate • 10 Alvta E. Schottensteta -^ Rabbi Appointed ,^^ Rabbi Harry Kaplan has been -| appototed a menjber of the Na¬ tional Program Committee for the 1966 Convention of the Re¬ ligious Education Association. The meetings to be in Chicago I durtag November, 1966, will deal with "Ecumenism and Religious Education." .i The World's Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reporh KIASIESHA LAKE, N. Y., (JTA) — Those who fear that the American Jewish community might wither away through self-neglect or the defection of Its youth "are not reading the signs that point to the opposite," Dr. WUliam A. Wexler said h6re. In a keynote address opening the 114th annual Convention of B'nal B'rith District 1, Dr. Wexler told the 2,000 delegates that the contemporary challenges to American Jewish life are "growing pains not death rattles" and that the present generation of American ¦ Jewry is "probably hastening the maturing process" more than that of any generation before It. UNITED NATIONS, (WUP) — Ambassador and Mrs. Arthur J. Goldberg gave a special reception at the U.S. Mission last week for all Americans who work at the UN, from the 18th floor down to the third basement. This was the first time that an Ambassador of the U.S. to the UN should have been host to such a reception. Vice President Hubert Humphrey, delegate to the llth General Assembly in 1956, was also present to greet the hundreds, of staff workers. JERUSALEM, (WUP) — The existence of deposits of millions of tons of high phosphates In the Northern Negev has been confirmed by a study conducted by the Government Geological Survey. The phosphates are easily exploitable, a spokesman for the Development Ministry^ declared here. NEW YOBK, (WUP) — A New York Times dispatch from Cairo reported last week that the Egyptian press carried headUne stories on American arms "pouring Into Saudi Arabia" aiid that some were being urgently sent to Yemeni royalist mercenaries, TEL AVIV, (WUP) — "Hayom" dally, which has re¬ placed "Haboker" and "Herut" dally that went out of exist¬ ence earlier this year, has announced the appointment of David Horowitz, editor o? the World-Union Priess and Clironicle correspondent, njoderator of the UN Correspond- eiits Round Table radio program and President of the Foreign Press Association, "^s Its permanent U.S. and UN correspondents. "Hayom" Is an Independent IsraeU dally.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-06-10|
|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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