Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1969-10-02, page 01
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' f3» -^•( ¦jftWTSi^'"*^)««n^'»T»(>»»--*.(r»tw»^9* ,1 ' MSROMCLE •f:i ^feS^ 2(\Q^ Serving Celiimbus, **Centrar and Southwestern Ohio mK VOL. 47 NO. 41 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2,1969 - TISHREI 20 Arabs Picket Golda WASHINGTON, (JTA) ~A group of about 50 Ard>pick¬ ets paraded in front of the White House chanting "long live EI Fatah", and "down with GddaMelr." Mrs. Meir had alreadylefttbe executive mansion when the demon¬ strators appeared. Police permitted the pickets to march after the 'American Civil Liberties, Udon inter¬ ceded withaFederd District Court to lift an injunction .reqiuested by the Govern¬ ment The injunction was signed by Judge John H. Pratt on the strength of a report by the U.S; District Attorney's office that agroup , of Jews planned a counter- . demcmstratiim and vidence ~ might ensue. ;'- No vidence occurred be¬ cause of a large concentra¬ tion d pdlce and the fact ^ th^t.tbe,packets', seemed to i!*:?^^-:i&r'acf'Utae attention. Most d thein,apxieared to be'Ard> students from udversities in the Washingtcb. area-and emplcyees of Arab embas¬ sies. A professiond Arab propagandist. Dr. Mohamm¬ ed T. Mehdi, tdd newsmen In trad d the White-House that tbe "blood at any^i^rdis killed by US. jetS'jused.by IsraeUs will be on tbe-hands, cf Preddent Nixon.'! Ear-' Iier, in the day, udfooned ^ self-styled Nazi storm-'" troopers of the Nationa\ So¬ cialist Wlllte Peoples 'Party passed out anti-Israel hand¬ bills at the White House i- \C':- 'i Soviet Jews Say broelis Unoctive TEL AVIV, (JTAJ -^ A group afRu6sIanJewi.bh^lhi- gres charges this vi^^I^titBt Israel was not doihg'^nough to dert world optdon to the condition of Jews in the Sov¬ iet Udon. The complaint was niade at a press conference cdled by "Maoz," an or¬ ganization of Jewish immi¬ grants trom Russia. The group alleged that the Israeli Foreign Midstry had adopted an erroneous pdicy of "playing dowrf' any cam¬ paign on behalf of Russian Jewry. They sdd such a pdicy was probably based on " wrong information." Ac¬ cording to the group, the Kremlin is susceptible to the pressure of worldjpubllc opinion which codd be brought to hear to permit the emigration d Jews from Aussia. They urged the Is- x^li press to write more on the subject which, they sdd, wodd be.jdcked up by Fo¬ reign newspapers and thus alert world oijldon.' WASHINGT(»7 (WNS) ~ Commudst China has in¬ cluded a slogan pledging backing to "the people of all Arab countries in their just struggle against Udte'd States imperialism and Ziodsm" among the slogans issued by Chairman Mao Tse Tung to mark the 20th andversaiy of the Peking regime, the New China News Agency reported. The anti-Israeli slogan was among three backing foreign Liberation" movements. They were the Vietnamese Comnuidsts,theAlbanians and the Arabs. BALTIMOEtE, Md., (JTA)—A smdl Jewish congre¬ gation in suburban Laurel may be farced to vacate its new premises because cf zoning restrictions. Accord¬ ing to the Bdtlmore JewishTimes, the Prince Georges County board ofcommissioners has orderedthe Jewish Congregation d Lourel od of its recently purchased $33,000 ranch-style dwelling within 90 days. The congregation was informed d the -order at Rosh Hashanah services, the first service to be held in its new synagogue. WASHINGTON (WNS)~The Black Udted Frod, a militant Negro grgadzaticn, sent a group of activists to the B'nd Israel Synagogue on Yom Kippur to read a demand that the American Jewish Commudly contribute $10 millioA as its share cf reparations ' for injustices done to American Negroes. The state¬ ment was read to the synagogue's janitor—the group had arrived at the; synagogue at 8:05 vioi,, after services .were over and yrorshlppers had'gone to' breaktheirfast ' ¦'--', ' ¦" r- -- NEW YORK, (JTA) — American businessmen were urged this', week to invest in Israel because such investmeds wodd be '-'highly profitable" and secure despite the fact thatlsrael is presently fighting an undeclared war for survivd dong its borders. Mark Moshevitch, president of the Israel Manufacturers Association, addressed 100 American businessmen and financiers d a luncheon given by the American Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He tdd the group that many American compades and indi- viduds have invested in Israel "^and axe doing it, continuously and successfully, Israel did not fall and it wHl not fall. An Investmed in Israel will be one which no one wHl ever regret" Progress Made In U.S.- Soviet Mid-East Talks > UNITED NATIONS, (JTA) — The United States and the Soviet Udon have reached common ground on an approach to a Middle East settlemed, a' high level Government offidd sdd but Israeli sources tended to discount the report It was assehed authoritatively tluit the Udted States and Russia had agreed on the need for a package plan on all elemeds of the 1967 Security Council resolution bl the Middle East According to the widely cbrcdating reports, the Unit¬ ed States andthe Soviet Union agreed that the package must be contained ina contractud agreement which must in¬ clude Arabandlsraeli signa¬ tures,-accepted by the con- tendbig parties, and made public before any part of it goes into operation. The agreemed tVould become operative on tlw tnroblem of Arab refugees over a^riod of years. The dficial said that the Big Four powers wodd resume their recess¬ ed Mideast tdks, in October while the Soviet Udon and the Udted States continued to seek preliminary agree¬ ment on the package with the help of Dr. Guiuiar Jar- rhig, the UN Mideast peace emissary. ,, An Israeli diplomatic progress report" However, Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart of Britain contended that the Big Four' had made some progress. He said this in a statement issyed after a dinner given by Secretary Generd U Thad fvr Big Four top diplomat^. . A related development boiled up over a Mnt made here by Egyptian Foreign Midster Mahmoud Riad that Egypt .might agree to an eventud direct meeting with Israel dong the style of talks OR the Island dRhodes where the 1949 Israd-Arabarniis- tice pacts were fashioned. The Egyptian diplomat spoke to newsmen after a meeting with Secretary cf State WU¬ liam Rogers. Asked if Egypt wodd agree to a meeting with Israel on the Rhodes source, said the reported f°"""^'J« ,!?/*.*"" "*•«!* package plan as "chit-chat" ^^ ctai^«th^ 'J/?;! and minus "concrete .sub-.. ."^™/F.*'^.^™y ^®/® stance," a kind of "vagild'"(CdrttihUfed'OnPage 12) " ' GoUo Meir Visits U.S.; Nixon Beleives No WeQIiens Now WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Premier Golda Meir presented directly to Presided Nixon and key State ilepartm^ ,ficlds Israel's case for OKve arms dd firom the Uiited. States, particularly warplanes. The grddmotberly 71-year- old Premier, on her fbrst visit to^Uie.Uiited States in that capacity,.^met twice with the Presldoit diiring an exhaust¬ ing round of tdks with top American oificids. White House spokesman Rondd Ziegler sdd that the Presided believedthdUiere was no need for an "im¬ mediate decision" and thd none codd be expected dur¬ ing Mrs. Meir's curroit visit "or in the inunediate fu¬ ture." Israd needs nd ody more flghterplanes and anti¬ aircraft missiles—such as the Phantom and Skybawk jds and Hawk missiles— tnt dso economic help to pay for them. Ziegler noted thd the Udted States was now delivering 50 Phantoms to Idrael and that contracts for ,tho6ifr<'-?upersonic jets woddtndr-be'completod unUl Jan.:li-l971.^ • ' Zie^6f dlodisdosedthat membc^i^'Of' Mrs. .Meir's officid party md separately with Secretary of State Wil- Ham cP.''Rogers and other offidds ' while the Isradi Premier ivias tdking to the Presideiit He said they dis¬ cussed a statemed by Egyp¬ tian Foreign Midster Mah¬ moud Rlad thd Egypt wodd consider 4 negotiations with Israd if Jerusdem "re¬ nounces expansiodsin."The meefing was attended ty Mrs. Meir's aides tieaded by Am¬ bassador Yitzbdi Rabin. Also prosed were Joseph J. Sisco, Asslstad Secretary of State for Near Eastern Afl^brs, and Wdworth Barbour, U.S. Ambassador to Israd. Mrs. Meir, wlio arrived from PhiladelpMa, was re¬ ceived with fdl military hon¬ ors at a coloorfd ceremony on the White House lawn where she was greeted by GoMa Meir tiie Presided'^ presented with a bougiKt' of red roses by_ Mrs. Nixon. .Hie national anthem of Israel, Hatikvab, was idayed to tfaeaccompan- Imed of a 194iun sdute. In tbeir formd exchange of greetings, the^I^tidcait and Mr^^ Mehr bdIi3siibke'of tbe urgent need foi-Mieace b) die Middle ^ii^mei Nixon stressed ^ ^UJEers of glo¬ bd "repercuas^ons" shodd a new war b#j»k oit, in tbe area. He said be Knew thd' pieace ma desired tgr both Israd did its Ardi neig^ bora bdftfaeQiesttonis bow to achieve it"HeenipiiasIz- ed Old flie peace be envisag¬ ed was a "red pesice, not sinq^ one of wordB bd one widch bottiparties would have a vested intered in maln- taining." He observed, bow- ever, flat tiie probleDis of' the Mideast were too com¬ plex to be "suseeptiUe to sdutlon inooe meeting or two medings, or tinree meet^ ings or even inore on tiie levd d wUch we will be taUdi«." He told BIrs. Mdr tiat be addressed her as tiie bead of Govemmed 9f "a very courageous peo0e,'a pecvie determined tomaiddntfadr independence" and to "achieve lasting peace intiie area in wUch tbey live." In her respoDse^Mrs.Mdrsaid tbe Ustory of Israd codd mt be told "without rder- enee to the unwavering sup¬ port and firiendsUp staownby successive American Gov¬ ernments aod by the Ameri¬ can pe«Hde.^ Ste said "tbe ties between.our two coun¬ tries are rootedi inthe BlUi- cd heritage «^4l|>B common dedicatton tbiltniuui digdty, fireedom anddeim^acy.Itla tiils-sense of ,afl|ln|tytinthas encouraged usioaskfor Am- (ContinuedfjgniPage 12) Mrs. Mer Lambasts UN Council JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Premier GoldaMelr assailed the SecurityCooncil bearings on the .Aug. 21 Aksa mosqiie fire in dd Jerusdem and criticized UdtedNationsSe- cretary Generd U Thad.for- his attitudes on efforts to obtain the release cf two Israeli nationds detained by Syria after the Aug. 29 TWA plane hljackingtoDamascus. -She ' caUed the Security CouncU meeting .on the mos¬ que blaze a-nidter d pro¬ viding "a pldform for reU- gibus andracidinUrementi" with "no other dm." She sdd the session was a se¬ rious intervenUoninlsrael's internd affairs, particdarly since an open tarid is sehe¬ dded on the facts and, the (eo'ritiriOedonFA^^ 12)-' israellViH Notlleip tn U.N. Arab Study JERUSALEM (WNS)~TheIsraeliGovermnedbas decided nd to cooperate with a United Nati^ investigation ofthe status of Arabs in the dcciqiied territories. ¦ Tbe dedsion, taken d tbe Ughed levels of the Govern¬ ment, was made after conddering vrtid Israd migfat gain firom such a study; Isradi leaders dedded thd the nation codd not receive afidrhearingduetotiie composiUaa ofthe UN and'tie membersUp of the study ct^nmittee. The- cowimittBB is cdnpos- ed of YugodaviffaiidSoindia, .wUch have- no 'dtpUmntic relations witbo;'Jerusdem, and Ceylcn, Tdi^ maintdns relations bd Iws consistent¬ ly Voted with tie Arab states on Arab-Israeli matters. radl dpiomats bave ind- cated thd the )^end)ers cm come and I<wki<'I^Utiiein- selves as Indi^iiiiUiB, as newsmen and dtiier^ipersons have since July, 1967. Israd specifically cited the antt-fsradi Mas of the. conunittee as a key factor The Generd Assembly last in its refUsd to coopeide December vd^d to Bet iq> a withthe groupL specid committee to invesB- gate the status of Arabs tn the occupiedareas.TheGua- temaldi -delegation was charged witii selecting the conimlttee and tried to pidc nations wUch liad Abstained in the AssemUy vote. Al¬ though there were many na¬ tions wUch did sok none agreed to jdn the conunittee' and three stdes that bad voted for the investigattaii were finally selected, Israel's dedsion means the conunittee will nd be allowed, inside Israel and it will, have to obtain infqr- maUon in Aid>: lands. Is-^ Jerusdem has dso re¬ fused to allow a coquniltee ^ up by the UN's'tiflin- mlssion on HUman Rigbts to study the condition of Arabs, in the occuidedlancbitocane to IsraeL UtUs case Israd sdd the group shodd also investigate the condition of'' Jews in Arab countries, somdfaing tie group has nd done. TUs committee re-' ' cently completed bearings in Arab nations alter ti£big;\ testimony firom Arsibs and other interested parties, an .charging that'Israel wastor-f taring andmistreatingArabs- in the oeciqied areas.. >y. "^ -../ M ::\ ; ^r^^-r:: r!-(ity.yftj^ff^*ng'4!'W>H,mV^'M!t;.ii>UJCil.'J'.Vii^y^^ ¦..felif.l^.'itV'iJ'i!-' a«?)!*fia8J' £M mmmsmmimimmmimmmsssi^^fA''
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1969-10-02|
|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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