Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1970-12-10, page 01
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\ -' re" 1) ^K?/ Serving Columbus, "Central" and Southwestern Ohio "XMK VOL. 48 NO. SI OKCEMHER 10, lOJO-KISLEV 12 vivwiv i# Avvfivw J The World's Week WASHINGTON, D.C. <WNS)-Two Senate cmn- mittees will open hearings this week on President Nixon's supplemental budget request to the foreign military aid bill which contains a credit of a half-billion dollars for Israel. Observers believe the credits for Israel will be approved, despite the opposition of Sen. J. Fulbright, Arkansas Democrat, who is chahman of : the Foreign Relations Committee. Isiad To Seek 1^^ Arms Pledge in l!^iting^^^^D^ Gen. Dayan^s Visit c: JERUSALEM (WNS)-Gahal leader Menachem Beigin, stating that "experience has shown that Arabs and Jews can live together" has called for the con¬ struction of Jewish suburbs in the "liberated" Arab cities in the Land of Israel. He said there was no reason why Jews should not live in JericfioTBethlehem, Nablus, Tulkarem and Ramallah. JERUSALEM (WNS)-TheHeafth Ministry reported all 200,000 refugees living in camps in the Gaza Strip have been inoculated as new cholera cases continue to be reported to pulilic Health authorities. The number of cases has reached 152 despite the health precautions being taken. PARIS (WNS)- A Beirut newspaper has reported that Ahmed Babah, secretary general of Syria's ruling Socialist Baath Party has been arrested and charged with being an loraelijspy. The newspaper said Rabah arrived in Syria in 1962 claiming to be a Palestinian « refugee.' Police sayheisanlsraeliJew. NEW YORK (WNS)-Between SDOapdeoo Americans.... and Canadians, between the ages of 18 and 30, are- ' f -expected to participate-in Uie 1971 kibbutz and college' .' graduate-year programs^of SRerut La'am in Israel. Iliis is more than double the 2S0 who participated in 1970. . __ Local Leadership Attending UJA National Meeting WASHINGTON, DC. (WNS)~As; ¦ this city prepared foir the visit this Mreek . of ^ both' Israel's ptefense Minister Miishe Dayan and Jordan's Kii^ Hiissein, the State Depart¬ ment was.iurging both Israel and Egypt to act "prudently, and with restraint" to preserve the Middle East ciease-fire. (The Stale Department's message was prompted by the sinking of an Egyptian motor .boat by an Israeli Navy patrol boat in the Gulf of Suez'ip the .early: hours of Nov. 28. Israel claimed the boat was on a "spy and smuggling" mission while Egypt said the boat was an unarmed civilian vessel.) During his visit on Dec, 11, General Dayan will meet with top Administration officials, and possibly with President Nbcon. He is expected to explore the willingness of the U.S. to pledge in writing that it will continue to i^upply Israel with the arms necessary for her defense for the next two years. He will also attempt to leam the position the U.S. will taKe on drawing "secure borders" acceptable to Israel, and whether the U.S. is willing to guarantee Israel its continued support in the United Nations General Assembly and the Security council. .fA Israel'? return to tt^^;!, Jarring peace talks will-lbi^'',^' decided on the basis , «l\ - General Dayan's report'..^^^" the Cabinet when he returns^',' to Israel. -^,i King Hussein, who will be' in this city Dec. 8-10, is ex¬ pected to seek American, assistance in securing ., Israel's withdrawal from the' f^'' Arab territories occupiSt^''' dunng the Six Day War.' '''?» Mrs. Furman Appointed Cbairmait Of Wonien's Campaign Cabinet A large contingent of Columbus men and women, leaders in the United Jewish Fund and Council 1971 Canipaign, are in New 'Yoric this week, attaiding the Annual'National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal. The Conference will launch the 1971 Israel Emergency Fund and the Nationwide UJA Campaign, in support of the lifesaving and rehabilitation programs of the United Israel Appeal, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee', ' and the New York .Association for New .. Americans, which takes care ' of all immigrants to the United States and Canada. Ilie meetings will be held at the.New York HUton Hotel, ' and will featUTjB the ap-- ,,pearance of Moshe Dayan, Minister of Defense, Israel, in a major address at the Conference Banquet on Saturday evening. Current problems in the Middle East, Immigration and Absorption in Tsrael, and tlw woric dl the Joint Distribution Com¬ mittee in Europe; Asia and Nuth Africa will also be discussed. Campaign Leadership Workshops vnll be conducted by national leaders, who will explain the dimensions of the current. Campaign, and how each community can best.'meetlb obligations in 1971 - a year of crisis and decision. Attending from Columbus will be Marvin Glassman, President of the UJFC, and Mrs. Glassman, Chainnan of the.Advisory Committee of . the Women's Division Campaign Cabinet and immediate past chairman of the Women's Division; Ben Goodman, General Chair¬ man ot the 1971 (Tampalgn and Mrs. Goodman; Gordon / Zacks, Chainnan of Advance Gifts and Mrs. Zacks; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin N. Furman; Mrs. Furman is . 1971 Women's Division Campaign Chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney,I. Blatt; Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Baker; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Cummins, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Zacks, Mrs. Raymond Kahn, wiw is a member of the National UJA Women's Board and Vice (Chairman of the Ohio Region of the UJA, Mr. and Mrs. Samud.M.MeltOn, and others. In his call for the 1971 Conference, Edward Gin¬ sberg, General Chauman of UJA, stated: "What is happening in Israel is happenmg to all of us. The pieopie (Df Isirael are carrying a burden no people in modern times has been asked to ,l|par. They are surrounded on all borders by enemies. Ttiey are staring into the .^ns of thg ^^it4 most powerful, najr^-^' world-ahpstile;gj that has demoiistrai neither love nor tolerance for the Jewish people. We cannot expect the people of Israel to carry any part of our burden for the needs . ICONTINUEO ON PAOE .41 . HelplYoiur Kkvorile NeWi^e "Hiis group of six repr^ntatives of the Jewish j community attended a r^nt meeting of tihe Clarity Newsies; for which they are active Workers.They are preparing for the annual newspaper sale, scheduled for Dec. 12. From left to right/ront row: Bemie Sully, Dr. B.B. Caplan, Meyer Hoffman; back row: Lou Berliner, Bert Charles and dhafley Margulies. There are several other members of the community in the organization. All are willmg and able to accept your pre-sale contribution. Herb Fenburr attended the above meeting, but was not presient for the picture. Dr. Caplan has a new clown suit and will again be stationed at E. Main and Drexel in Bexley. He will be glad to see '. any of his friends qn Dec.: 12. So will the other men at .their various stations, or by mail, if youcaii't locate - them, or if the weather is bad that day, like it has been many, many times in the 64 year history of the 100 per cent charity organization's annual sale. Maximum Securit]^ ^For Israel A Vital Coiidltioniidr Peace LONDON, (JTA)-For«ign' Secretary Sir Alec Doi^Has- Home said this week that he considered maximum Security lor Israel lo be one of,the "vital conditions" for a Middle East peace set¬ tlement. Sir Alec spoke in reply-to questions put to him by.the Jewish Telegraphic Agehicy after addressing the Foreign Press Associations here. He said that as far as' his government's policy is concerned, Israel must give up most of the Arab territories il occupied in the ,'.ltiine"i9^ waH"Hd1ilrever, he '^Mei?H^M'aimiio vital cojafiCI&iis; Isf^ jha^ the right to feel as secUre after a peace settlement as she feels now; ih other words, her security then must be comparable to her present security." The British '^'diplomat said the second condition is "an imaginative solution" of the Arab refugee problem; "and in this con¬ text the problem of the Palestinians must' be resolved." Sir Alec stressed that "any solution leading to a setllement'must be agreed , upon freely by both sides, it cannot be implied from above or by anybody outside. I Iherefore hope for a return to the Janing talks,'.' he said. Sir Alec said there was "little difference" between the Mideast pplicijes ot his Conservative . gd^erJBrtien't^ and its I^bor pijstefi^sor.";: "We still basei'oiitf''piolicy oni Sjecurity Council Resolution 242," he said. Replying to another question, he maintained that Resolution 242 remains valid despite the ICONTINUeDONPAGE4) Mrs. Melvin Furman, an active worker hi Jewish communal activities, has been appointed chainnan of the Campaign Cabmet of the u^Womea's Divisiort^ of the' UJFC by Marvin Glassman, President of UJFC. Ilie Campaign Cabinet of the Women's Division of UJFC directs the over-all fund raising campaign for 'the Women's Division of the fund in cooperation with the over-all UJFC campaign. Mrs. Furman. lias been associated with UJFC since 1946, as a solicitor in Women's campaign's, captain of various divisions, member of ithe-Steering Committee; and >:-last year served as co-chairman with Mrs. Marvin Glassman of the Women's Division. • Presently; Mris. Fuhnan is a member of the Board of, Trustees of UJFC, a member of the Hillel Advisory Committee, Jewish Family ..Service Associate, a member of the Community Relations Committee, and a member of the Board, Zion Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Furman IS ia pdst president of Zion Chapter, B'nai Brith Women, member of the Board and a vice president of Agudas Achim Sisterhood and served as chairman of the Brandeis New Books for Old Sale, and Bulletin , Cjiairman ior Brandeis University Women. She is a membe;; of Hadassah, (Council of Jewish Women, ORT and Brandeis Women. MIt.S< MELVIN FURMAN Mrs. J. Maynard Kaplan will serve as co-chairman with Mrs. Furman of the Campaign Cabinet. OtheSr appointmehts made by Mrs. Furman iniclude Mrs. Bernard Mentser, Mrs. Ben Goodman, Gold Circle; Mrs George M. Levine and Mrs. W a 1ter R o b i n s o n, Keynoters; Mrs. Millard C^immins and Mris. Got^ckm Schiffman; Pacesetters; -.j,^ Mrs. Alvin Ruben and Mrs. M a r 11n: P oIs t e* i Bellraingers;: Mrs. Theodore- Schlonsky and Mrs. Richanl. H. Grundstein, La\n-^ plighters^Mre. Nbrman Kals' and Mrsi Irying Schot- tensteiii, TrendseUfiJ" Division;' Mrs. DoniltC Schlonsky aind Mrs. Robert Paine, Telethon Division. Mrs. David Roth and Mrs. Melvin Schottenstein', Newcomers; Mrs. MoirriK. Paine apd Mrs. Stanley Goldberg, Business and Professions; Mrs. Albert A*. Blank and Mrs. MaUride Zox, Sunshine Special; Mrs. Arthur Westerman and Mrs. ''^ ~ (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) COLUMBUS HAS DOHE IT >GAIN llie United Jewish Fund and Council was awarded a first place citation in the Public Relations Competition of the Councilof Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at its recent meeting in Kansas City. The award '^'WaS for the Best Single Year Round Interpretation i'llitem - "Passport to the Uncertain '70's," the Young Leadership Development Program for the current scries. The award follows the 1969, William J. Schrocdcr Award, and the winning of a' Public Relations Citation in 1969 for. THE UJFC STORY, a film presentation.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1970-12-10|
|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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