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¦Ot.' m VOL. 49 NO. 51 DECKMBKR I6.]ll97l - KISLEV 28 gt^.r^'''^• • V Chairman Of |!hinese UN Dielega^lion Demaiids Total Isir^^eli Withdrsiwal View of Hadassah Medical Cetiter In Jerusalem The Power Of One - "You" Is Hadassah Donor Theme Tlie Power of One - '-You" is the theme for Ihe Donor Luncheon planned for Jan. 18 at the Winding Hollow Country Club. A minimum gift cl $30.00 enables you to attend the Donor Luncheon and gifts of $50.00 or more enables you to participate at the luncheon with special recognition. The Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO), whidi conducts' a Comprdiensive Medical program, is cen- , tered ^ in the Hadassah- Hebrcw University Medical Center in Ein Karem, Jerusalem. The Medical (%nter is the largest in the Middle East and is considered one of the six great medical complexes of the world. It is Hadassah's most important inject in Israel. '}3|) The Medical%penter provides healing, ;4eaching and research. It cim^i^ses a 660 bed hospital, a medical school run jointly ^ith the Hebrew Univa^ity, a nur¬ sing school, a dental school run jointly with the Hebrew 'UnivCTSity and the Alpha- Omega Fraternity, a Mother and Child Pavilion and a school of Pharmacy, Its Synagogue houses ' the famous Chagall istained glass windows. The Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus, cut off from Israel in 1948, was recovered after the six'day wari Un-> fortunately,'the hospital was in a state of utter desolation and Hadassah is now rehabilitating and expanding it at,a copt of $6,000,000. Mount Scopus will com¬ prise of a !300 bed hospital, 60 bed Rehabilitation Center;,a School of Occupational Thierapy and a'Youth Center with; the latter two already fun(:tioning. Yoiirs could be the Hand which helps a researcn scientist break through toward a cure of some terrible scourge of man¬ kind- ^. Your gift could be the one which supports that final step needed to .purchase a portable monitqH wheel stretcher, portable traction unit, patient lifter, heated bassinettes, child's wheel chair, adult wheel chair, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) UNITED NATIONS ( . JTA)—The chairman of the Chinese. delegation, C3iiao 'Kuan-hua; delivered a brief but blistering speecli^Q4||e General Assembly last week in which he demanded total Israeli withdraw! from Arab lands "occupied" since 1947 (sic) condemned American support of Israel's "un¬ disguised fascist aggresision," and rejected by inipjiication ' the Security Gouhcii's, Resolution 242 of Nov. 22; 1967. Chiao also declared that it was "sheer nonsense" for the Arabs not to "wage armed struggle to resist Israeli aggression," explaining: "It is absolutely just and oitirely proper for the Palestinian and other Arab peoples, who are victims of aggression;, to be compelled to take up arms to resist aggression,, recover their lost ;taTitories and.' jestore their right to national "existence." The Chinese, isaid Chiao, maintain a "principled stand" that is "firm an^ unshakable," namdy that they "firmly support their !(tfae Palestinians') just struggles and give them assistance within the limits . of- our capability." The . delegate made no specific, oyert suggestion that Israd h^d no right to exist. The delegate from Peking contended that "We are not opposed to the Jewish people or the people of Isrsiel, but we are firmly opposed to the Zionist policies of expansion Kaufher And Topoiosky Nained To Head College Students Drive and^ aggressibn." He con¬ demned UN resolutions "which in effect encouraged aggression and-shielded the Israeli Zionists in the name, of ^'maintaining peace,'" and did so "without (fistinguishing between the a^gfcssors and the victims of., aggression." Such measures, he said, "are unjust to the Arab people and in 'Cointraventian of the UN Cbartijr." Repeating a statonent he made in the Assembly when Pdciqg' was seated last month, Cliiap asserted: "'No one has the right to make political deals behind their (Palestinians') backs at the expense of their rights to national existence and their territorial integrity and sovereignty." Tills was seen' as .a-' rejection of Resolution 242, which does not mention the Palestinians. Turning to Washington's policy, Chiao complained that "While talking much about peace, the US is doing its utmost to arm Israel." and this constitutes "a naked support to aggression and a new provocation to Ihe Palestinian and other Arab peoples." Israel's insistence on "secure boundaries." Chiao . saiid. "Is a typical excuse for expansionisro. a gangster's logic" He also condemned the Mideast "collusion" of the Americans and Ihe Soviets. Chiao declared: "We call Mpon. the goveminents 'and peoples of all countries to strongly condemn the. aggression by the Israeli Zionists, strongly condemn US imperialism which supports their aggression, and stran^y condemn the reactionary farces in Jordan tpxi.... .their; ' -sanguinary rqwession of the Palestinian people. We maintain that the Israeli Zionist a^ressors must withdraw from the Egyptian, Syrian and all other Arab territories they have occupiedl " The (CONTINUED ON PAGE 71 State Dept. Supports Israel's No Preconditions Position KENNETH H. KAUFHER NEW YORK (WNS)—Israel's Premier Golda Meir -told a closed meeting of the (inference of Presidents of Jor Amo-ican Jewish Organizatipns tMt \the UiS. v 1 ^'friendliest country" to Israel ^d|jwasVnoti.< _ fing any political or economic presj'"" s^had been told Israel had the best p foircc in the Middle East, but added "even the best pilots need planes to fly," Commenting oii the UN's inability to end the Indo-Pakistani War, she said its inefTccUvencss in (hat area should be a lesson of what toexpcctifwarresumesintheMiddleEast. . UNITED 1VATI0NS (WNS)—Dr. Ralph Bunche, United Nations Under-Secretary General for Special Political Affairs and a principle architect of the 1949 Middle Bast peace settlement, died at the age of 67. Isradfs Premier Mrs. Golda Meir sent condolei^es to his wife. Mrs. Ralph (Joari) Bunche. Israel Foreign Minister Abba Eban pai(l tribute to Dr. Bunche's role in pioneering peace-keeping efforts and said "In la^ad, which occupied so much of his Uiought and work since 1947, his death will cast a particularly long shadow." American Jewish leaders paid (ribiite to Dr. Bunche referring to him as "an architect of peace." NEW YORK (JTA)—Sam Rothberg, general chairman.of the Israel Bond Organization, reported last week that Uie first 11 months of 1971 had produced cash Bond .safe of $204,639,000. This result, he stated, has "placed us on the threshold of establishing an all> time record for Israel Bond sales in any year." Roth¬ berg issued this report at a Bond dinner attended by more than i2,000 business, civic, religious and com^ , munal leaders from the.New York metropolitan area. Kenneth H. Kaufher has been selected to head the 1972 United Jewish Appeal Student Campaign of the (Mo State University, ac¬ cording to Gordon B. Zacks, Cieneral C^hairman. His co- chairman will be Steve Altman of St. Louis, Mo. who. was a member of the UJA University'Mission to'I^ael '• 1 Uiis'past summer:iK^%'^ ie;saidri*,igifkauitlii*W f BexleMf!i«igh «ind;air> u::'ni$6h))dlj;^Ky^-Jui|iol^at Ohio State UniV'ersity in the college of Arts & Sciences. He works as a laboratoty manager for the Franklin County Sanitary Engineers Lab; but finds time tp be actiye'at the Hillel Foun¬ dation and to serve on the (college Youth and Faculty Committee of the United Jewish' Fund and Council. While in High School he was a member of the-Teenage Cbupcil, and President of Pegasus. Integral part of the Student drive is the Cam¬ paign conducted among 'college-age young people-in the Columbus Jewish community, those who are enrolled in colleges and universities other than Ohio State, or who are no longer in school. Chairman of the drive for. this group is Randal Topoiosky, with Mark Rosen af his co- RANDAL TOPOLOSKY chairman. -' Randy is a graduate of Bexley High School, and is attending I^nklin University. He has served as an Usher at Temple Tifereth Israel, where he is a member of the Men's Club, and also is a member of B'nai B'rith. Randy was co-chairman ynth Jeff, Glassman, of the 1971 Stu^ntj(|li^c^;^coyen Coliin^bp . stiidenl^ arid coll^er;Si[e;y(^iu^^^^peqple, and was' ins^umenjiai' in helping, raise the largest amount ever achieved by this group. He is a member of the Board of TVustees of the United Jewish FUnd and Oiuncil, serves on its (jolle^ Youth and Faculty Com¬ mittee.\He is also a member of OilUmbus Jaycees, of the Institute of Scrap & Steel, and of the Purchasing Agents Association of Columbus. , The United Jewish Fund and Council Campaign, Which -V^ill get under way shortly,- benefits more than 40 local;\ national and overseas agiehcies. Prime beneficiary of the UJFC is the United Jewish Appeal, which raises money for the social and humanitarian services in the State of Israel for the many thousands of newcomers now entering the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 71 WASHINGTON, (JTA)—A State Department official upheld this week Israel's position that it is prepared to enter negotiations with Egypt without preconditions from either side. Robert .J. McCloskey, special assistant to the Secretary of State and the Department's chief spiikesman, said "We do think that both sides have the right to enter negotiations without conditions." He also described as "not correct" a recent claim by Sadat that Secretary of State William P. Rogns ^ad told him at their meeting in Cairo last May Uiat Uie US did not ex|Mk:t aiiything further from Egypt McCloskey's remarks seemed to indicate that the US believes a foundation still exists for getting Israel and the Arab slates, particulariy Egypt, into negotiations for some kind of Middle E^t sct- Uement. He said that neither Israel nor E:gypt has ruled out negotiations though both were "disappointed" by tbe (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Beth Jacob Teens Dislribute Menorahs To Jewish Patients Members of the Beth Jacob NCSY Chapter appeared in all of the hospitals this Sunday and distributed Chanukah Menorahs and candles to all of'the Jewish patients. Pictured above are members of the Beth Jacob Youth Group — Tcrri Romanhof. President; Zclda Grinblatt, Vice President apd Chanila Stavsky, watch as Ooran Young lights the Menorah. Rabbi David Stavsky said that this is an impcnrtant first for our community and NCSY (3iapter. Also participating were Sandra Lowy, Bruce Weinrib, Irene Weinrib. Lori Romanhof, Shelby Furman.' Michelle Solomon. Sharron Spatt. ami Debbie Cohen. The patients appreciated the special visit made by the teens. la ..4 ¦^< ^.iWKflSJjW 'B*ia nWi'^MMW W' s*-** -• ^.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1971-12-16|
|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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