Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-07-22, page 01
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/ ni\7/ Serving Columbus, Dayton, Centraf and Southwestern Ohio "Vm^ Vol. 44, No. 28 FRIDAY. JULY 22. 1966 — 5 AV 5726 31 Da»»M H^AmfAfUs The World'? Week Compiled from JTA and WUP Reporh 'WASHINGTON, (JTA) — An amendment to the For¬ eign Aid Bill which aims to make certain that any assistance given by the United States to Egypt will not be used, direct¬ ly or indirectly, by the Egyptian Government for aggres¬ sive actions, was unanimously adopted by the House of Representatives. The amendment was proposed jointly by Congressman Leonard Farbstein, New York Democrat, and Seymour Haipern, New York Republican. liONDON, (JTA) — A decision to form a new commit¬ tee of property experts drawn from all Arab countries to work out official Arab estimates on the value of Arab refugee property in Israel and to deal with the United Nations Conciliation Commission on Palestine which han¬ dles this issue, was adopted at a meeting of the Arab League Council In Cah:o, it was reported here from the Egyptian capital. The Council urged the Arab states to a'dopt a unified stand on the property question. TBIi AVIV, (JTA) — The United Nations presence in the Middle East Is believed to have been the main sub¬ ject of talks between Israeli officials and Joseph SIsco, United States Undersecretary of State for International Affairs, who arrived In Israel for a brief visit. He con¬ ferred with Foreign Mhiister Abba Eban and met also With Foregin Ministry and United States Embassy officials at a joint meeting in Jerusalem. WASHINGTON, (JTA) — General Moshe Dayan, for¬ mer Chief of Staff of Israel's armed forces who Is now a member of Israel's Parliament from the Rafi group led by former Premier David Ben-Gurion, discussed here the VIef.Nam situation with top officials of the Pentagon and "the State Dep'artment.'Be^also met -vWth"WalterRostow,-~ special aide to president Johnson. Gten. Dayan Is collecting material on the Viet Nam war for a series of articles which he intends to write after his return from Viet Nam to Israel. JERUSAMM, (JTA) — Prime Minister Levi Eshkol appdlnted Professor Ephraim Katchalskl, of the Weizmann Institute of Science to Rehovot, as Chief Scientist of Is¬ rael's defense eatablishment. Dr. Katchalski's function ta the newly created post will be to see to it that scientific research does not lag behtad ta the military field. Governor's Statewide Dinner Spur^ $820,080 In Bond Sales , Under a tent i nearly the length of a football field, erected on the grounds of thej Governor's Mansion, better than $800,000 was pledged in support of Israel through Israel Bonds last Sunday evening. .' , Governor,and Mrs. James A. Rhodes played ho^t to more than 650 dinner guests from all oVer the state at the second annual Governor's Dinner, for Israel Bonds. The event f^ks extremely well-paced- and enjoyable;; the guests were sobered by Morris Berhistein's analysis of Israel's needs and entertained by the ever-funny Sam Levenson. BERINSTEIN ANNOUNCED that $560,000 was pledged in ad¬ vance of the dhiner. In addition to that $260,000 more dollars were pledged at the dinner. In¬ cluded in 'that total was a bond Herbert Schlff Lcist Chance To Extend Greetings In New Year's Edition Chronicle readers! Gireet your friends and relatives ta our New Year's Edition. 'This year the book will reach homes and leading bustaess firms ta Columbus and Central Ohio by September 13. Greeting .irlends and relatives in the pages of tbe Chronicle's New Year's Edition has long been a tradition for Central Ohio Jewish families. This Is an excellent method of showing your taterest In the entire Jewish community, and It Is a ndiost effecUve way of expressing your good wishes to all those dear to you. ' It Is easy to assure that rour greettag will appear ta this Issue, fill ta the attached coupon and mall it at once td the Chronicle, 87 N. Sixth St. Or call us and submit yotu- greettag over the telephone. But act now because pages close on Wednesday, July 27. Be sure to specify whether you want the rei^ar $3.00 greettag or the special $5.00 display greettag. United Israel Appeal Names HerlDert Scliiff Herbert S. Schiff is the second community leader, the previous one being Samuel M. Melton, to be nanied to the Board of Trus¬ tees of the newly constituted United Israel Appeal, Inc., it was announced by Dewey D. Stone of Brockton, Mass., chair¬ man of the Organization which is a merger of the Jewish Agen¬ cy for Israel, Inc. and the United Israel Appeal. He is one of 200 prominent Jewish leaders from .64 commu¬ nities througho.ut the United States,named to, thO;Boaifdsof rtlietmajor .arew^K^ P^^ ihstruihentality serving immigra¬ tion and rehabilitation programs ta .]&rael. THE UNITED ISRAEL Ap¬ peal, Inc. i«ceives the funds raised by United Jewish -Fund and Cbuncil for the overseas pro¬ gram .of the United Jewish Ap¬ peal. During the past 18 years, stace the establistiment of Isra^, this program has made possible the immigration and absorption ta Israel of 1,250,000 Jewish hn- migrants, and supervises its ex¬ penditure ta Israel under Ameri¬ can direction. The Governor Rhodes Dinner for Israel Bonds was held Sunday night on the grounds of the Executive Mansion. Spuie of those Instrumental ta its great success are, from »*Ieft tp'Tlghlr-Mqrrls-Berlnsteto; fe^ speaker-fpr the • evening Ben K^hn, co-cliairman of the event; Governor James A. Rhodes, host of the dinner; and Alvln Schotten¬ steta, co-chairman of the event ahd Master of Ceremonies. purchased through the joint ef¬ fort of Governor Rhodes and aQ of the elected officials in attend¬ ance ta memory of Mrs. Samuel Melton, who died the -week be¬ fore the dinner. Joseph H. Kanter of Cincta- nati, presented Governor Rliodos with an Israeli wrist-watch ta- scribed with the Hebrew char¬ acters in recognition of the Gov¬ ernor's "conttauing interest ta the economic welfare of the peo¬ ple of Israel" and his "round- the-clock efforts on behalf of ' our State." IN OTHER RIOHUOHTS Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, as a token of appreciation to Mrs. Rhodes from the Women's -Division of Israel Bonds, made her an hon¬ orary sponsor of Israel. Morris Berinstein, the featured speaker, presented Alvin Schottensteta with an award from the nitionar office Israel Bonds in recogni¬ tion of his outstanding service to the organization. Sam Levenson ended the eve¬ ntag with a very huniorous ac¬ count of his life as a chUd. ALVIN SCHOTTENSTEIN and Ben Ben Kahn were co- chairmen of the affair. For more photographs taken at the dhmer, see page 5 of this issue. To: THE OHIO JEWISH CHRONIdiE, 87 N. Sixth St^ Colnmbns 15, Ohio. , Hear Sir: Please tasert the followtag greettag In yonr NEW YEAR'S EDITION: "s Regular 13 greettag 1 col X 44 Unes . Q $5 display greettag 2 col X 2 taches Signed. Addreaa. Bin nle Q Money ehcIoBed Syrian Troops Build Up Along IsraeVs Border JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Syrian troop concentrations were seen by IsraeU imlts building up along the border as the situation remained tense Monday following tlie IsraeU air strikes last Thurs¬ day ta reprisal for Syrian sabotage acts on Israeli territory. Truckloads ot Syrian soldiers were spotted pulUng up dose to the IsraeU frontier and taktag up positions opposite the Israeli frontier and taktag up positions opposite the Israeli settlements of AJtaagor and Tel Katzh-. In Chronicling The News Editorial 2 Teen Scene 4 Society •... 6 Shopping Guide 8 Synagogues 8 Sports 9 Real Estate ...4 Jnlius Bomancff Romaj^off Joins Staff Of Family Service JuUus Romanoff, a resident of Colonia, New Jersey, has joined the. professional staff of Jewish Family Service. Romanoff received a B,A. de¬ gree from Brooldyn College in 1943 majortag ta psychology. He "was granted an M.A. degree ta CounseUng and Guidance in 1951 by George Washtagton Univer¬ sity, Washtagton, D. C. , ROMANOFF SERVED as a Classification Specialist ta the United States 'Army Air Force from 1943-46. He functioned as a Rehabilitation Counselor with the District of ColumbiaTuber¬ culosis Association from 1949-51. From 1951-64 Romanoff per¬ formed all of the management . tCMHHMi w paa* 4) tense air activity was also ob¬ served over Syrian air space when two Syrian jets flew close to the IsraeU border for several minutes. PRIME MINISTER Levi Esh¬ kol and Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabta, meanwhUe, presented to the Cabinet Monday the latest re¬ ports on the Syrian border situ¬ ation. Foreign Mtaister Abba Eban reviewed the intemational aspects of the situation. WhUe last Friday Israel hnmediately accepted a plea by Gen. Odd Bull, Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Or- ganiztion, for a cease fire along the border, Damascus has not yet responded to the plea. Observers here noted Monday that Israel's other neighboring Arab states confined themselves to expresstag solidarity with the Syrian government but failed to take any effective action such as declaring a state of emergency or relnforchig thtlr border posi¬ tions with Israel. This seemed to indicate, the observers pointed out, that the neighboring Arab states realize that the Israeli action last Thursday was only a one-thne reprisal measure agatast the EI Fatah terrorists and was not a major operation. IN A BADIO taterview broad¬ cast Sunday by Kol Israel, the Israel radio network, Mr. Eban ebcpressed the hope that the major powers would use their Influence with the Damascus government to ease the tension on the border and ensure peace. He also voiced the hope that the ''state pf equiUbrium" achieved (contlnuad on paf 4) LEADERSHIP MISSION GOES ABROAD A group of 86 American Jewish men and women left New York July 7 on the Sixth Annual Leadership Mission of the United Jewish Appeal for a 26-day survey of Jewish immigration and absorption needs In Israel and refugee aid programs In France, Italy and Greece aided by, UJA funds. The UJA is a major beneficiary of the United Jewish Fund and Council of Columbus. Pictured above at the Co¬ lumbus airport about to board their flight to New York to join the Mission Group are three couples, all active and serving leading roles in the UJFC campaign organization: Mr. and Mrs. Marvta L. Glassman at the left, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blatt and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Zacks. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA Executive vice chairman, will lead the Mission wjilch Is by Invitation. Each Is paying his own way. Mission members \vlU see first hand the workings of the Ufe-sustaining program carried out by the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency for Israel, the two major beneficiaries of the UJA.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1966-07-22|
|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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