Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-06-17, page 01
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Sei;ving Columbus. "Central and Southwestern Ohio \JAK VOL. 49 NO. 23 JUNE 17, Isiri-SIVAN 24 JERUSALEM (WNS) — Avraham S^ienker, head of th^ Jewish Agency's organizatian andlinformatian departmoit, reported that the World Zionist ' Organization was the world's largest Jewish v<riuhtary body. WZO claimed a membersiiip of 850,000 persons in 40 countries or 1 out of every 10 Jews in thefree world over the age of 18. Membership in the U.Sfvras 650,000. BELGRADE (WNS) — A canfei»ice of Jewish conununities in: Yugoslavia pledged to oontinue to fight against any signs of airiiTSemitiaa^iand praised the Yugoslav govenuneht aiiiil peofrie^for giving their fiilleist supjport to that striigg^ Lavoslav Kaddbug was reelected to another 3-year ferin^as,Presi«ient of the Yugoslavian Jewish communities. .)i JERUSALEM (WNS)—lUurty social work students at Hebrew University, seized a new apartment in the fashionable Talpiot section that the Housing Ministry had reserved for new immigrants and turned it over to a family of 11 who bad been living in a one and one-half room apartment In New York, Mayor Teddy Koliek of Jerusalon, whip was appearing at a dinner of the, Hadassah Medical OrBanization. eipressed sympatt^ with the family's plight but said be biqied the police would arrest those involved in the seizure since "sdzing apartments is not the answer to the problem." McCarthy SayijBest Chance For Mid East Peace iay In American Siipport To Secure & Agreed Borders Mrs. Raye Greenspun, outslamfing volunteer of the Golden Age Caub, Columbus Jewish Center. Is standing second ficon the left in this piclure vdildi was taken at an Older Adult Cbnfoeooe of the Jewish/lHellare ¦ Board. GoUen Hgers Howr Raye Gieenspun ! >A gala luncheon wais held in honor . of Mrs. Raye Greenspun by the Golden Age Club of the Cohmibiis Jewish Center. Mrs: Greenspun has been an outstanding voluntea* who has pa'iticipated in the implem(Mitation of the programs (if the Golden Age ' Club. . Mrsi'jGreenspun, members of.tbe (Sblden Age Chib, and |ionoreiil!^'?^ests were l^«eIii»ibed<U'tbefupcheon by Mrs. Robert Greene who I the Golden Age Cliib£JPidait. Hr.'J^sepii yMep'" The "Motiie' |.(6M^ng over Bread) was jidH^feired by Mr. Jacob "^flbfllin. Urs. Maurice ii^ijlng. post President of ^^I^GoMen .Age Oub. in¬ troduced thepirogiam. Members and guests «ere I entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ralpta^ McClure' -u ^o [presented a ^ music^ I program. .Mrs. Bligf^om I Bda^ alsa pbqred musical I itteriludes;: during,' tbe hm- Icheiin.- A special J^ture. <if |the luncheon wais«birthday r to Golden Age Club r, |Us. Ida EUiSkcKi* '-¦ prepared and served tbe luncheon. The Luncheon Committee consisted (if Mrs. Saul Koltun, Mrs. HairoM Kern. Mrs. Edward Lem- baik. Mrs. A. B. Thall, BIrs. Leoimd Siegd, and Mr. William B. Katan. 'Mrs. Morris Paine and her Decorations Committee provided the decorations. Honored guests induded Mrs. Lawrence Polster. Mrs. Allan Taishisii, Bfrs. Samuel Ray, Mis. Sainfbrd Upson, and Franbes FVnrier Rose win is former Director of the (Columbus Senior Citizen Center. Members of the Beautification Board of Columbus of which Mrs. Greenspun was an active member. we|je also in at¬ tendance. They included Yvonne Stockdale. Jean Bader, and Ruth Quina Mrs. BurtonScfaildbause of the Jewish' Center staff directs all of the activities of the Golden Age Club. NEW YORK (JTA) — Former Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy told the American Jewish Congr^ Jun. 9 that the.best chance for peace in the^; Middle East lay in "American support for Israel's right to secure and agreed borders." Speaking at dinner here, McCarthy declared: "Our commitment tp; Israel hast clear legal, liiidral and historical bases. Our involvement in Southeast Asia has none of these. There is no com¬ parison between the situation." The Minnesota Democrat, who returned last month from a visit to Israel, criticized Secretary of State .^¦-Willlail^. Rogers for sugg^^tlpg the possibility of sendfi^ American troops to the Middle East. "I hi^e the administration is not so Confused or so eager to show the people of the country that it has avoided the beginning of Wwld Wat'in in the Middle East that it commits troops wfaicfa would increase - the pos&IT^ity of a Russian? American confrontation out of which would increase the possibility of a Russian^ American confrontation biit of which sudi a war might cmne," be said. He auidted that State Department pdilitV on Israd reflected "con¬ fusion and lack of clear commitment," notuig: "The Secretary suggested that geography was not im¬ portant in the Middle East. Cfeography is important to us in Vietnam and geography is of vital can»deratian in tbe land of Israd and in Israel's self-defense." Mcdarthy said only "direct negotiations" bet¬ ween Israel and the Arab states could bring a Middle- Bast solution. "No real must be subject to negotiations, but Israel should not be expected to give up the Crolan Heights; should not be expected to accept again a divided peace can be imposed from ffji^^usalem, and should not lie the outside by great power ^oqpected to yidd control of the Sinai. McCarthy assailed Sen. J. W. Fulbright's proposal for a bilateral trea^ between the U. S. and Israd that would keep Israel within her pre-1967 borders. agreements and UPI patrols," he declared. Iiii addition, McCarthy said, Israd should not be forced to go back to the pre>Iune, 1967, borders: The exact lines He declared: "There is, of course, not a hint in his proposal ab<Nit the question of recognition of Israel's sovereignty by her neigh¬ bors, nor about the related .question of acliieving bor¬ ders for Israd tlut would be permanently viable for a sovereign stata" The dinner honored Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Halpen of West New York, N. J., leaders of the AJC. World Traveler At Schottenstein Reception ;-*i Ira Feinberg, , world traveler and noted lecturer, will appear at the home of Mr. .'.ahd Mrs. Harold Schott^istein at a reception Thursday; Jun. 17. The reception in behalf of the State oi[ Israd Btmd Drive is being hdd in recognition of the bOMHr to be paid Alvin and Beverly Schottensteih at the 1971 Governor's Dinner. Mr. Feinberg is'one of the most authoritative public speakers on the Middle East and in this capacity has appeared in hundreds pf American communities in the past fiew years. On one occasion he shared the platform with the late Alben Barkley, former Vice President of the United States. During the past decade, he ' has traveled extensivdy ih Ehnnpe, North Africa and Israd, gathering material for lectures and "Rei Carpet" Stiidy Tour Of Israel Plampl By OIFC For Women On^ Mrs. Samud M. Melton is Chainnah of tlie Red (^rpet Study Tour of Israd planned by tbe United Jewish Fund and Council this fall The Red Cai]Qet llission will be for woinen; only, and will require a>nunimum gift of $400.00 to tbe 1972 Campaign of the UJFC (next>year's drive). Ibe Tour^ will take place . ftom Oct 25 tb°Nov^>10 and will be for 17 days,, induding three days in London before returning to Cdumbus. Cost from Columbus to Cotannbus will be O58.00, wfaicfa will indudelioteis, food, touring, etc. in Israd and hotels and Eqglish-sfyle breakfas^ in military commanders, in¬ cluding General Moshe Dayan and Geno'al Elzer Wdzman, Commander of the Air Force. During this trip, he inspected many agricultural and industrial projects and witnessed tbe mineral development taking place in the southern Negev region with the aid of.lsraesi Bonds. Mr. FeinJberg has bad the rare privilege of meeting with David Ben-Gurion, Prime Minister of Israel, during thelatter's visit to the United States. IRA FEINBERG ^^' •" '^ ""^ "*""* emptoy he has worked for a aitides. number of large Israd in- Por a number of years, vestment companies. Mr. Fembeig served with Considered an authority on the UnitedSUtes Army as an tavestment possibihties he is Arabic translator in Military currently a registered Intelligence^ He speaks representative with a noted many Arab dialects and Wall Street Investment several foreign languages, h""^® *•» a™ membera of induding Hel»«w, SpaiHish, *e New York Stock Ex- Italian, French and some change. Russian. He is a graduate of Mr. Feinberg is married to Queens C^ege in New York aty. Prior to Israel's establish¬ ment in 1948, Mr. Feinberg arrived m Paleistine with a groiq> of illegal immigrants from Displaced Persons camps in Friuice, where he had been living with them. Once there, however, his attention was turned to the Haganah, the Jewish un¬ derground defense forces during the British Mandate. Within a few months, Mr, an Isradi and the proud father of two children, one of which is now multilingual in Hebrew, Spanish, Rumanian and English. The State of Israel Bond Issue is the central source of investment capital for. Israd's historic program of economic development. Proceeds derived frttn the sale of Israd Bonds are making passible Ihe tmilduig of hMnes, the growth <rf uidustry and agriculture, the Feuiberg, became the first expanskm of irrigation, the MRS. SAMUEL M. MELTON For fiirther uiformatkn call Hrs. Helton or tbe UJFC office, 237-7686. American vdunteer to join the ranks of the Palmacfa, the commando unit of the Haganah. He trained with the First Battalion Pabnacfa. In May, when tbe War of Liberatkm began, he saw construction of roads, harbors and railways, tbe increase of dectric power, and the iexploitation of natural resources. _^ The Annual Meeting of tbe orof'ttfewaa^oi^l^*) iJew'sh Center faas been is' familv iirovided scfaeduled for Wednesday «. i ^ NOTICE OF action agamst tfae invaifing^.-.—-.,^^ r'UAUt^c forcesof Lebanon and^yria. Mtt I IWto cnAN^rC Alter engaging bi combat m Due to a Necessary change - Galilee, he was transfierred in plans the reception to.be to the besieged city of heM this evening, "niin^y, : |iv<^-JeriisaIem wtiich he hdped Jun. 17, recogniiin^'fthe ,(\.oi- o ';*^v^^'V .. i,fk6'''.li#WlibCTate. honor to be paid'Alvini'and years operation of tb.e vtime wiU |M,beshfl^ Beverty Schottenstein at the Jewish Center, in its presciitJM'' TJie' meetuig whi(:h Viwill -^'Iwad many times. During forthcoming Governor's Jewish Center Annual Meeting July | 3Ilis' family .;'^royided for the huicbean. Lundieon Chairihaii Mrs. iliiam B. Kahn, directed le committee whicfa Evening, July?, 8:00 p.m., m the Center's an- conditioned auditorium. Hi^gbts of tfae past 21 locatran, will be presented, take the form of a gala Photographic exhibits and a summer social, to which the showing of historical films entire Jewish cammi;nity is tradng the devdopment of being invited, will feature the Center to the present : icontinueoonpaoesi ~ these visits he has made fact-finding tours of Israel, where be met key govern¬ ment officials, leading in¬ dustrialists and top-ranking Dinner has been moved from the home of Harold Schot¬ tenstein to the home of Miss Helen Nutis, 195 South Harding Road.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-06-17|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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