Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1968-02-29, page 01
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¦¦^¦ 1: I- • omojE ^Vol. 46. No. 9 THIJfRSMY, FEBRUAKY 29, 1968-30 SHEVAT -i.tv. tml»il$Amaiha>>. : .na jtwliiu<wli :¦;':' SMney I. Blott Reservaticais for tte din¬ ner may te made today by caUing tte Udted Jewish Fund and CouncU OfQce - 221-6871. Pas^ Chairmen To te Honored 1926-1939 Edwin J. Scb- anfartor*, 1940-194^ Rotert W. Schif^^l94ft-LW.'«ardci. 1947 Hany J. Rotii*, 1948-* 1949 Leo Yassenott; 1950 Richard X Atel, 1951 Sam- ueLM Melton, 1952 Troy A. Teltel, 1953 Fred Yen¬ kin, 1954'Samuel SMnbach*, 1955 Hertert S. Levy, 1956 WiUianvF. Kdin,1957AOTai Zacks*r 1958 Herbert Schiff,- 1959 Ate I. YenMn, 1960 Charles Gddsmith, 1961 Ben A. Yeddn, 1962 Morris SkiUten, 1963 Her¬ man sM. Katz, 1964 Harold Schottenstein, 1965 Edward ScMezii^r, 1966' WiUiam TpiiiWiiigii: k^HAKuriTK, N.C. (JTA) — The last issue of flie Caf)i|lina Israelite, tto tabloid created and published by Harry-Golden since lp41, was published this week. In 3: lengthy persond statement of f^ewell, Golden cited finances were the reason, declaring ait'65, Closing nicmey IK) longer appeds to me." At erne time tto paper had 30,000 subscribers only half of them , Jewish. It appeared M-monthly on an trregdarsch- . edule. '¦¦ ¦'-¦¦¦'¦'¦¦ >i. .,., ".' ' 0^ Lazarus Phillips, a Montred buyer tes tecome the second Jew aPPpinted to the Canadian Senate. He was named by Prime Minister Lester B., Pearson In wtet was protebly Ms last appointment tefor% retiring as leader of the Uterd Party. The first Jew to be named to the Senate was David A. CroU in 1955. - TORONTO, (JTA)' — .Tte executive of Waterloo Lutteran Udver^ty's facdty committee tes agreed . to tte dismissd^ of a politicd science assistant professor,. George Haggar, who tes teeri a vocl- ' ferous anti-Israel propagandist on and off flie caimpiis. Students and focdty had originally protested against tile University's announcement ttet it wbdd not re- / new its contract with Haggar wto was president of 1 tto Canadian Arab commudty. WASHINGTON, (JTA). -- Israel has been listed by tte Nationd Science Foundation as one of the five of an estiinated $62 mlUion aUocated by United States agendes for researcit abroad during 1967; MINNEAPOLIS, (JT^.-- A work-study-program Invdvlng an exchange.'trf a least six youUis tetween Rishon Le-Zlon in Israel and here has beetot announced by Josiah E. BrUl, Jr., president of tte Jewish Com¬ munity Center. An adult4eader^from'%S(9f%HNiittiunity wiU dso participate in'tte dne-wedtprcdect tMs summ'er. Cost of tte program to Minneapdis parti¬ cipants has teen set at $1,200, wMch covers trans¬ portation to and board in Israel anda stop In Europe enroute home. ¦ Past Chairmen (j To Be Honored At UJFC Dinner Wten tte Men's Advance Gifts Division ot tte 1968 Campaign of tte l&iited Jew¬ ish Fund and CouncU meets tonight at tte Winding Hdlow Countiy Cllib at6:30o^dock, tte guests of honor wUl te. tte former chairmen of past campaigns. A specid feature Mghilghting tto services of ttese men to tte UIFC Cam-, paigns and totte commudty. In tiieir continuing active leadersMp, has teen arrang¬ ed by Gus Bowman, Jr., and wUl te presenfed by Rabbi Harry Kaplan, Director of B'nd B'rith HiUel Found¬ ation at OMo State Udver¬ sity. Head of tte Plaiuiing Com¬ mittee for tte meeting is Marvin L.' Glassman, 1967 Generd CampaignChdrman/. and presently chairman ct the Advisory Cammittee ot tte current campaign. As- dstlntr Glassman are tte fdlowingr'' assodate chair¬ man ot tte^^dtfance Gifts Divldon: Dr. Tteodore "N.''" Beckman, Martin Godofsky, - J. 'Maynard Kaplan, Rotert Kaynes, Lods M. Levin^ George M. Levine, Samuel J. ScMonsky, Melvin Schot¬ tenstein, Harry Schwartz, Abe Wdman, Bernard K. Yenkin and. Barry Zacks. ' GUEST speaker wiU te Mr. Yehuda HeUman, Ex¬ ecutive Director ottte Con¬ ference ot Presidents of Major American Jewish Or¬ gadzations, a veteran pdit¬ icd analyst and former Un¬ ited Nations correspondent HeUman Is a recogdzed authority on contemporaiy. Jewish problems in Europe. A keen pditicd analyst, Ms deep concern with Jewish problems in tte Soviet Udcn "and Gfermany are widely ack- nowl^tised. THE ADVANCE Gifts din- > ner Is teing sponsoredhy tte 1968 Campaign Cabinet ct tte UIFC, memters ctwMch wiU act as hosts tonight Serving on various commit¬ tees for tte fimction wiU te tte fdlowing: David Madl- 'boo, William Moser, Arthur Meizlish, Hariy Cutier,- Stadey Goldterg, Norman Gurevitz,' Myer W. MeUman, Leon Handler, Gordon Sch- iftman, Arthur Pdlack, Ted Simson, Louis Levy, Morris Swedlow, Charles Tdis, Rotert Aronso, Jim Good¬ man, Marvin Grossman, L^on Friedman, Mel Rack- off, Bernard Ruten, WiUiam Wasserstrom, Sam Oppen¬ teimer, Thomas Lurie, Jer¬ ome Ndtrin, HowardSchoen-r baum, Hy Stone, Al Sutton, Dr., Altert Strouss, Alvin Worly, Richard Grundstein, Dr. CecU Shustick and Mor¬ ris Groner. Tte Advance Gifts Dinner ^Tceting is open to any man in tte commudty whQ wUl make a minimum ple^e ot $500 to tte 1968 Regdar ?rd SlSL^^'^"'^ ANN IVEnSAHY YEAR .^¦¦^Kt^ NEW YORK, (JTA) — Tte six-day Juneivar heightened interest in tte religious significance of the State of Israeli representative tf all branctes of Juddsm agreed at a conference on that topic Sponsored;Iqr tte Sjiiagogue CouncU ot America, rep*^ resenting tte three branctes, and teld at' Cdumbla Ud- 1 versity, tte cmference was attended by 75 rabbis, Chris-' tian clergymen and lay lead- 'f-V''; ¦ ers. Spealcers includedRabbi Pesach Z. Levovltz, presi¬ dent ofthe Orthodox Rab¬ bidcd CouncU of America; Rd)bi ShutertSpero of Young Israel of Cleveland; RabM David Pdish ot Evanston, HI., tte Reform spokesman; Dr. Edward M. Gershfleld, Jewish T he ol bglcal Sem¬ inary faculty memter; and , Dr. Franklin BL LitteU, Pro- ¦ testaid: tteolo^iaii. RABBI Levovltz, whopre- slded, sdd that at no time had tte essentially religious character of tte Jew's re- nations wMch received ifi aggregate more flian half^_--**'***~'^ !?f^* *f^ ""^ apparent than during tto sunmer crisis. Rdibi Spero and Rabbi Pdish boUi at¬ tributed messiadc meaning to tte rebirth of Israel and' to Israel's Successfd ..de¬ fense last suihme'r.. R ajib'l. Pdish ^d that the restora¬ tion ot Israel was "a hd- lowed time, capaMe of in¬ terpretation only in thedo¬ gicd ter^ls.'^ Rabbi Spero sdd that rer Ugiou's Jev/s "must .be pre¬ pared to look upon tte pre¬ sent State of Israel* as a . stage in tte process of te-: coming tte awdted 'King¬ dom at Priests and HdyNa'*;>- tiorf." He adiied that tte Israeli experience included a cdl to tte Jew in. otter: countries "to come home'' from ttose countries, "vrtiere to sits not tecause it is tte wUl of God, but tecause te likes tte view/': RABBI GershCeld, the Conservative spokesman, v sdd religious Zionists had' failed to work out tte iihr --. pUcations for Jewish re¬ ligious life of a sovei^ign' Jewish state and that.rerj, ¦ ligtous Jews had not tatetn^ : Into account thp seoidTar'svid:' democratic fraditloni^ct^tite^i;;;^ modern state nor redi8%H'' tically-reconcUed the eoat^ paUdlHy at reUgious phUos?: ophy with tte exercise at - temord poweiv Rusk^s Letter Dteniecl L, GUck, 1967 Marvta'L. .JEl^USALEM (Wm) For- Glassman. •Deceased. ¦ , ^__ Cotillion BallT^liis Saturday Mrs. Harvey Rosenterg, and Mrs. Normaii Brody are tte dance chairmen for Ba¬ anana's ninth Annud CotU- lion BaU, tote teld on March 2, at Ccngregaticn Tifereth Israel, 1354 E. BroadStreet CocktaUs wiUtegtai^:30 p.m. fdlowedbyafiiU course Koster dinner 'catered by Executive Caterers. IMck Steta and Ms orctestra WiU provide dancing music (Continued on Page 3) f eign press reports fliat Sec¬ retary ot State Dean Rusk had exerted^essiire on Is¬ rael to case its stand on. dhrect peace tdks with the Arate were deded'here by. .•Foreign lilinistry sources, w h'o simdtaneously cpn- firiried ttet the Anierican SeoretaiT of State had teen ta contact with FoiroignMin.. Ister Ablia EIkui on tte Gun¬ nar Jarring missicm to the' Middle East 'Tte • denids came on the i^ls af>areportfrom Wash- iii^ton tiiat Mr. Rusk had' written a letter to Mr. Eban urging Israel to ease its position on direct peace tidks with the' Arab states. Tte report indicated the U.S. had teen putting pressure on tte Arab countries to morefull^ cooperate with Dr. Jarring. ii . ¦ ¦¦.»> . BETH TIKVAH TO MARCH TQITSNEWHOME ^ Tte sanctificatlon of tte permanent home of Beth Tikvah (Reform Jewish, Congregation), wUl take place qa Sunday, March 3 at 3 p.m. at 3199 Indianola.' '^" .Ralibi Be'nnett Herm^ wUl lead tte traditimd Torah March from tte origind T site of the Congregation, 3392 N. High, to tte new home-on Indianola. Beside Beth Tikvah members who wiU accompany RabU Hermann wUl te representa¬ tives of other Jewish Congregation?, representatives of aU Christian denomina-' tions (through the Columbus Area of CouncU of Churctes) and representatives -^ of tte neighborhood churctes. FoUowing tte parade and sanctiflcation service at Beth Tikvah's new home, ttere wiU te a reception .given by tte sistechood. Beth Tikvah is tte first Jewish Congregation to to estaUIshed ontte north side of ColuniiHfs. However, tte mem¬ bersMp is made up of congregants from dl four corners of tte county. Beth Tikvah is a memter of the Udon of American Hebrew Congregations. Dr. Wdter Loeb is president of tte Board ot Trustees. ' Rabbi Bennett Hermann, a graduatopf Columbia Udversity, Jewish TheoUgicd ,^ Seminary and the Hebrew Unim College ta. Ctacinnati, is the spiritiial/leader^ Beth Jikvah has vveekly Friday.evening servicesat^US P.M.; relig^s-Mlim (Sunday mornings); addt and youth Hebrew classes during tte week/Though it is stUl qiiite young, the congregation takes anactive part ta community activities and sfionsdrs most effective study groups. -.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1968-02-29|
|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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