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./ ) ?¦¦*»' ^K?/ Sending Columbus, ^'Central" and Southwestern Ohio >S!OE VOL. 49 NO. 7 FEBRUARY 25. 1971^HEVAT 30 Ot«tt*i U AattittM •«J liwhli Unit MmStti^^Sji04S0m''i>iim'ii^^ rnmm: (WNS)-Twdve persons, most - of them members qf the Neo-Nazi Democratic Party, were ^arrested after police raided homes in Bonn, Cologne -^ and Dusseldorf and found pistols, submachine guns, ammunition, swastikas and Nazi liteI:atut^e. The police said those arrested were planning terrorist acts in Germany. ¦ JERUSALEM (WNS)"Defense Minister.Mosfae Dayan reported to tfae Knesset that since thd Six Day War there had been 1,277 acts of sabotage in the Gaza Strip resulting m 250 deaths and l,34S injured. Twenty- two Israelis wei-e kiUed and 224 were injured WASHINGTON (WNS)-The Jewish War Veterans wiU.conduct an "educational campaign" against three Japanese Amis which are cooperating with tfae Arab boycott of Israel. The campaign is directed against the purchase of Toyota and Datsun cars and patronage of Japan.Air Lines. Rab|)is Speak Out For Full Support of Campaign Cabinet Calls On Egypt To Cantinne Talks To Reach Peace Agre3|nent JERUSALEM, Feb. 21 (JTA)-^The Cabinet called on Egypt today to continue the Jarring talks "in order to reach a peace agreement between the two states." Contrary to some ex¬ pectations, the Cabiiiet did < tiiit attach the condition that such talks be face-to-face, thus leaving Cairo free to continue the indirect procedure applied to ilate. But the policymakers stated unequivocally that Israel "will not" restore the pre- Six-Day War borders of IJune 4,1967. The resolution issued by the Cabinet today followed a debate that had begun at a special meeting last Thursday. In the resolution, tfae Cabinet dedared that "the gov.ern- ment of Israel views fajoi^ably the expression of the readiness of ..the. government of Egypt to enter into a peace agreement with Israel, and'expresses its own readiness for meaningful negotiations on all subjects relevant to a peace agreement between the two countries." It was reported late last week tbat in its Feb.. 15 aide .memoire ' to United Nations'negotiator Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring, Cairo for the first time indicated a willingness to effect a peace "agreement";-but not a peace "treaty"-with Israel. The Cabinet said today that "^the govemment of Israel hopes for a positive response by Egypt and for pi;ogress ui the negotiations." The resolution remarked that "the Egyptian note demonstrates the concrete differemes between Egypt's position^aiid tfaose of Israel, and partieularly the sub¬ stantial gap which exists on , the; issuea ofj ,,botders&and refugees." It noted in this connection that "Egypt RABBI NATHAN ZELIZER RABBI JULIUS L. BAKEI As I write this message to my fellow Jews - in the Columbus area on behalf of the United Jewish Fund -. Allied Appeal, I so do with thankfulness to the Lord for His blessings to all ofi^us who . live in a free land, and with the cognizance that ours are the resources, the security ahd the plenty, all of which enable us to bear, along with our own burdens, (and who dbes not have burdens) something df the burden^ tut others. I also write these words with the knowledge that this ' year is perhaps the most crucial year, especially for Our people in Israel. Ma "G-d, Torah and Israel are one iinity." Through the variety of definitions on Judaism, there is basic evidence that the force and power unifying and strengthening us over the centuries of chaotic'days and embarras.sing cir- cumstances \y^re rooted in Judaism, for which this was the chief motto. One cannot deny that the blend of Jewish faith, tradition and nationalism is accoiihtable for our present day tran¬ slation of Eretz Israel from vision into reality, from theoi^, into fact and ac¬ complishment. And, if we want our historical ^m- Dinner Meeting To Climax UJFC 1971 Campaign •, ^^en Goodman, General I Chairman of the 1971 Campaign of the United Jewish Fund and CouncU, has announced that a dinner meeting for men and wpmen will climax the current ef¬ fort, to^ be held at the Sheraton-Columbus Motor Inn, on Monday evening. Mar. 15, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be given by the Advance Gifts Division of the 1971 Cam¬ paign organization, and will be sponsored by the Cam¬ paign Cabinet, according to Gordon Zacks, Chairman, and Ernest Stern, Co- Chairmah, of the Division. Jewish Center Wins MidWest Basketball Championship Nishtana? Why is this year ."bitions to be fully realized different than all other and fulfilled, we Qiust hold years? 1 can think of four answers to this - question, reminding us, of course, of the Passover .when we remember tfae exodus from slavery to freedom. Ihe first answer is that (CONTINUED ON PAGE t) on to the dictum that G-d, Torah and Israel are one inseparable principle. We must eiiforce that principle by pledging ourselves to the United Jewish Appeal, which, besides supporting (CONTINUED ON fACJE 4) Local Couples Attend World Congress On Soviet Jewry Mr. aniijl Mrs. Walter Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schottenstein are in Brussels, Belgium attending .the^yorld Congress on Soviet Jewry, represeriting the .Community -Relations Committee of The United Jewish Fund and Council. The American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry of which, the Community Rdations Committee is d constituent member is the American sponsor of this world wide meeting to deal with the tragic situation of soviet Jewry. , The Columbus Jewish Center Teenage Basketball Team won the Jewish Welfare Board Midwest Basketball Touriiament which was held Feb. 13 -15 in St. Louis, Mo. Thirteen Jewish Centere from throughout the Mid¬ west participated in the tournament representing eight different states. Columbus' out scored Chicago Bernard Horwich Center in their first game Saturday, Feb. 13 66-45. Sunday morning, Feb. 14, Columbus defeatecl Cleveland 84-78 to qualify for the semi-finals, Sunday afternoon, Columbus met Louisville in the semi-finals whom they out lasted 80-78 in overtime. In the finalgame, played Slonday morning, Feb. 15, Columbus Jewish Center met Toledo Jewish Center. The final score was demands total withdrawal to the armistice lines, while the position of Israel is...that it will be ready to discuss the withdrawal of armed forces; towarids secure, recognized'; and agreed boundaries to be established in peace agreements." Thc; negotiations, the Cabinet stressed, "should not be' subject to .prior com¬ mitments on tfae outstanding issues." But the key phrase in the Cabinet resolution was (CONTINUED ON F>AGE 4) Sapir Doubts U.S. Will Jpiilr Pressore To Force Concessions TEL AVIV, Feb. 21 (JTA)- -Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir, returning from talks witb American officials on additional aid to Israel, said last night that he believed "America would ntit resort to ajpplying economic pressures in order to foree Israd into making political cqiicessiqiis.'' the I^ixqn adiiiinistirationv ,he,saicl.^ is 'very sjimpathetic to Israel's request for another $500 nnillion in military and economic credits, and a second round of talks will be held this summer. As an example of that sympathyi he said, the U.S. guaranteed him a $50 million loan for the construction of 5,000 housing GENERALAMOSHOREV An innovation this year will be the invitation to at¬ tend which has been ex- (CONtlNUED ON PAGE 4) 66-54 and so Columbus won the Midwest Regional Tournament qualifying for the Nationals which will be held in Canton, 0., Mar. 26- 28. Columbus Jewish Center was represented by the following players: Mike Rubin, Todd Shapiro, Sandy Schwartz, Marc Peterman, Mike Staub, Sandy Meizlish, Wayne Samuels, Ben Fireman, Ira Mandei, Tom Horowitz, Mark Brown and Sid Karmia. Mike Rubin was the high scorer of 'the tournament pouring in 137 points in four games, but all in all the whole team played excellent basketball and had a tremendous spirit and at¬ titude that we all are proud of - CONGRATULATIONS COLUMBUS JEWISH CENTER!!! units for immigrants and young couples. Sapir said he was most impressed during' his Washington visit with an unofficial talk fae had with Joseph J. Sisco, Assistant .Secretary of State for Near Eastern and Southeast Asian Affairs. But the Isradi diplomat woidd not say what .they discussed. Sa^ir, who is alsb-Minister Of Cohrimerce and Industry, added that-on the basis of his talks with political and . Jewish leaders in the c()untries he visited- devotion to Israel is at an unprecedented peak. Sapir^ said that the various Jewish'' communities he visited in (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4} Israeli Folk Festival Sun, The Ninth Annual Musical Cantorial Concert at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, sponsored; by the B.J. Brotherhood, An Israeli Music Festival, will be held this Sunday, Feb. 38, at 8 p-m. The highlighting feature of the evening will be the presenting of a citation to Mr. Juljtis Cohen, \vho was chosen as "Man of the Year." Mr. Sid Golden wilU^be_ Master oJ^a.,Ceremonies. Tickets for fliis excellent cultural and entertaining evening are now available at $3.00 for adults, $1.50 for students. For further in¬ formation call 237-8641. See montage on page 3. Mrs. Jack Resler, Heritage House past president and Sam Schlonsky; chairman Heritage House Religious Committee flank honored, young men. A.Z.A. Young Mflen Honored By Heritage House Members of four local A.Z.A. Chapters were honored at the recent Annual Meeting of Heritage House. ith^e young men received Certificates of Recognition for their regular attendance at Sabbath Services at Heritage House. Their presence and participation in services enables the Heritage House Residents to worship with a Minyon as a. duly constituted congregation. Ilie following young men were honored: John Wasserstrom, Mark Ackerman, Kenny Lee, Bruce Adler, Jeff Supowit, Steve Waitzman, Mark Goldberg, Julian Chasin, Howard Zeldiq, Stuart Grossman, Ronnie Fried¬ man, Jerry Rose, Randy Goldfarb, Carl Erkes, Dave Binkovitz, Steve Oppy, Mike Rosen, Richard Rofsky, Doran 'Young and Harley Cohen.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-02-25|
|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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