Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1972-04-13, page 01
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V Xi2£tf o^ftto* 'tinqtimioo * >S •«!« OVID 'SmjbiVI : vjj- ** t ' • « u -T ' - ' -■ omojE Servirtg Golunrbtis, "XasfftVal" aridI Sdufhvvestern Ohio jRfflK VOL. 30 NO. 15 APRIL-IX 1972 - .VISAS' 29 ►f..!-,* 1. a.nii.i"/ 1 ' a«j liwiili M««tr... j,' NEW YORK (WNS) —The steering committee of the National Black Political Convention, meeting in Washington March 24, unanimously reaffirmed the. condemnation of Israel approved by a voice vote in the closing minutes of the convention held in Gary. Ind. March 12. The steering committee meeting was at- tended by Mayor Richard G. Hatcher of Gary. who had previously condemned the convention resolution, and by Rep. Charles C. Diggs Jr. (D, Mich.), one of 13 members of the Blade Political Caucus which on March 21 had issued a unanimous statement in defense.- or Israel's existence. A spokesman for the committee said the committee had approved a "revised" and "softened" version of the convention resolution which had called for the dismemberment of Israel. The "revised" resolution condemned Israel for the "for- roful occupation'' of Arab territory but eliminated the call for Israel's dismemberment. . UNITED NATIONS (WNS) —The United Nations Commission on Human Rights by a vote'of 13-1 (the U.S. the only dissenter) and IS abstentions, approved a resolution asking theSecretary General to place on the General Assembly agenda next fall a report which, in' its preamble, charges that certain acts by'Israel in the .occupied territories constitute '"war crimes and an affront to humanity." In another action. William E. SchaufcIc.-llS. Commission representative, charged the Soviet Union with violating the freedom of movement of Soviet citizens, especially Jews, in restricting their emigration. NEW YORK.(WNS) — Elliot L. Richardson. Secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, advisetf the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith that his department was looking into the ADL's charges that the Afro-American Teachers' Association was using government funds provided to aid school dropouts to "subsidize racial-or religious hatred." especially anti-Semitism. Richardson said the Department's findings would be transmitted to the ADL.. ' ■- .:^M" JERUSALEM (JTA) - Egypt's official Middle East New Agency,; quoted by Beirut radio, announced April 6 that Egypt had broken, off diplomatic relations with Jordan. It said the decision had been taken at a Cabinet meeting that - afternoon presided over by President Anwar Sadat. Golda Meir Negative On Hussein's "Open City" Idea had any rights in the city "he lost them in the Six-Day War into which he plunged in the expectations of easy gains : despite Israel's message that Jordan would not be harmed if it stayed out of the fight," Mrs. Meir said: She stressed that Israel had neither the pretension nor the ambition to administer Christian or Moslem holy places ; in = Jerusalem. She oTerwuncecl'Jordan's J9fyear ^rule over East Jerusalem, TEL AVIV (JTA); — Premier Golda Meir responded angrily April 4 to King Hussein's suggestion that Jerusalem could become an "open city" jointly administered by Arabs and Israelis. The Jordanian'ruler made that' point April 2 when he ap¬ peared on the NBC "Meet The Press" television program in Washington. Mrs. Meir asserted that "there will be no territorial -rights in Jenjsalp.i^^or|.^j&i^ii.which Jews»s.were Hussein nor a Jbidatiari jfjajgcj';"denied access to the Western over Jerusalem." If Huss^n^" :i (continued on page**) Reacting to a religious newspaper being distributed in the locker rooms at Eastmoor High School in Columbus! Rabbi David Stavsky said, "This is more man subtle missionary work, and our /Jewish'V0^ a** both' nitive arid unprepared :tocop^Vvim'it; as they;;were wim?»ji4(gs*ri BthV faWlast yea^wfipufr.-ii, ;.« t- - tThe1 ,,,Freak'*,1"newspaper had ■a full page story of a Jewish boy named Denny who found his new religion after being turned off, by- Judaism after confirmation. His new "trip" is really great and the article goes on to say why many Jews are . now wearing a new smile, (they too have joined the , "Freak" movement). "What is disturbing to me is not only that this kind of missionary work goes on in the public school system, but- the Beirut radio lined the an¬ nouncement _' to ■ the Palestinian Congress, an El. Fatah-sponsored gathering, which opened in Cairo that night/ Jordan forbade its subjects to -attend the Congress. West Bank leaders who received invitations last week were warned by the Israeli military government B.B. Caplan Presented Ohio "Physician Of Year" Award Dr. Benjamin B. Caplan was presented the 1972 Ohio 'Physician of the Year" Award by the Ohio Nursing Home Association during their annual convention at the Sheraton Hotel in Columbus on Apr. 5. The award was given to Dr. Caplan for his conscientious care and treatment of patients in nursing homes and his involvement in the community in regards to the Geriatric patient. Dr. Caplan is the. Medical „ Director «f«~*jH ' Hcsthaven Nursing Home. 813 Bryden Rd.. Columbus. To date Dr. Caplan has received 21 humanitarian awards and honorable recognitions. He has been honored by the governments of"Bolivia.' Colombia. Israel aid Vietnamr Among the ayva'rds are the following: Chosen as one of the "Top. Ten Men of the Year" by the Citizen Journal in 1968: Bexiey Citizen of the Year Award for 1970: Flowers for the Living Award by the' - Afiiidas Achim Synagogue: Lion pf the Year from the Columbus'Downtown Lions Club: Sertoma Service to . Mankind Award: Sanford I. Lakin Award from the B'nai B'rith:. East High .School that they would not be re-" admitted to the West Bank if they attended. / Observers here viewed the - break with Amman as more of a demonstrative gesture ; by Egyptthan a permanent rupture between the two countries. They said its apparent motivation was to show the Arab world that the initiative for solving Arab problems remains with Egypt and cannot be usurped by anyone else. The ob¬ servers said HUssein ob¬ viously irritated. Cairo "by advancing his federation proposal without prior consultations With: Egypt. They said that just as Hussein fears that Egypt may conclude deals over Jordan's head. Cairo fears that Hussein may conclude deals behind Egypt's back. Relatifthsjjetween the; two countries deteriorated in-the past-almost to the point; of rupture but diplomatic relations were never, broken by; either side. Most of the serious_ differences' in the past occurred before the June 1967 Six-Day War. Last " summer.' however, Egypt and Iraq sided with the Palestinian guerrillas who were being driven out of Jordan by Hussein's troops.' Egypt did not sever relations but sought fo play a mediator's role between Hussein and 'the terrorists. Company Owner Will Be Honored At Bond Dinner DR. 1J.B. CAPLAN Plaque given by the Student. Faculty and Administration: 1970 Sideliners Community Award:; "Only- physician made an'honorary member in the Charity Newsies: Distinguished Service Award from .the Y.M.C.A.: The Public Relations Award of America; Bonds for Israel Chairmanship- Award; Has , voluntarily,' served on both Project Hope and Project Vi<*inam: Represented ..the United States as a member of the Olympic Medical Boxing Commission in Rome. Italy in .1964: Represented the ■- United (CONTINUED ON PAGE.4) Reported Attack On Soviet Jews At Passover Servic In Moscow Causes "Fream» Wo Joke^ Says Rabbi Stavsky NEW YORK (JTA) Richard Maass. chairman of thc,'National"Conference on- Soviet Jewry, expressed grave;. concern .this week over a reported unprovoked attack on Jews attempting- to observe Passover eve ' ser¬ vices ■'in:";" M6scow!s synagogue.;" The'- ^NCSJ reported that according to information it had received, hundreds" of Soviet' police attempted >io'disperse the Jews gathered :fbr- the ser- — fewer. JeW€tf3 ered for synagogue jS^ryjces- on the second'eventngfof Passover and that after services ended the police again dispersed the crowd: and} cordoned off the synagogue: Maass" said "the unprovoked attack on ttie-:4^87-pb'tierviiig'.-'tbe Passgy'eiY service >; again focuses our'attention on the plight-of Jews in the Soviet Union/ This, brutal incident represents the first time in years thqt >Jews in the capital city of(JMpscow have force the The Industry and Labor Di\ ision of the Central Ohio -State of'Israel "Bond * Ca'm- jinign announced through its division chairman. William Sillins that J Ralph Riley chairman of the board of Suhurban Motor Feight. Inc will be the recipient of Israel Bond's "Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities Award" at a Labor sponsored dinner to , take place at the Columbus Sheraton Motor Inn on Sunday. April 23. Chairman for the dinner will be Victor Everett. President '"'of Teamsters. Local 413. -,. Arrangements Chairman is Jack Gordon. Vice-President of the Teamsters, and Ticket Chairman is Vito Mango. Secretary-Treasurer of the local. Mr. Riley was selected to receive this honor because nf his outstanding par¬ ticipation, in helping to elevate man through educational, religious, and charitable causes The list' of organizations with whom'"he has been associated is almost infinite. He is past chairman of the Tuberculosis Society's Christmas Seal Drive. Special Gifts Comijjijteefpr the American ''iCahcer, Society, and a past pres Went of Columbus Kiwanjsj^'is a trustee of Baldwinjjiyallaee ColIeBe.-Ohjo of Independent. Collegesj/and President ,of. Riverside".' Methodist- Hospital.He has been named J. RALPH RILEY substantially to the more than $100 million dollars purchased in Israel Bonds by Labor Unions in the'United'-. States. All friends of Mr. Riley may purchase tickets to the dinner at $10.00 each hv -calling 239-7212. Hillel Will Host Israeli Celebration The Israeli Association will w? Student «■!'■ celebrate Israel's 24th anniversary, in cooperation wifjbii.tja^e' ■;. Columbus JewtsHiisicorri- munity and enthiindstjcalljr" invites] ■ everyonevjtc^ttend their festivities" on Wed¬ nesday. Aprill9,at 8p.m. at-. the B'nai .B'rith Hillel Foundation. 46 E. 16th Avenue, Dr. Robert Chazan; - Hillel Adyispr. will open the program;' followed by a - presentation by Mr. Don • one of Columbus' ten most Kraijier. .production outstahdin"g-' c.itiz e ns7 managerior WQSU-TV, who nrnHn#««»irf>!fnP> nrrarratn' MA received. the Distinguished Citizen Award; was the 1967 recipient of the NCCJ^s "Brotherhood Leader'' produced* Promise-J be aired j|jjAward,rr?«CjJ»ed; the;<}e(prge <^|ean,v^J4y?^-;r'!-'',"',* '"" :" vices. The crowds -were broken into small groups! been prevented 7by , ,■._.,.,.. ■■„■■■ . distorted and slanteoVpicture-, Jewsnvere Severely Ibeafen.'fi-om' observing . ': the ^oan,v^iay:artri,inf>1971,!Ho is the articles giv«3^aboUt^B«leir>!hai^pulle\l ahd^eeth Passfeefef'Comingatatimeivvf!"rren,ly7',Gha,rmani ^ Judaism," . said:wRabbi/'*broki«.«^the**r*port-;'(wini.-' whertVri^rfeid^rit ( Nixon .• isi;,Wcan,taI improvements for Stavsky in his Passov*r/ritiny<*H» several vmeriH>vere'; sch^ufeF.'-to meet with the Center of Science and thrown to the grbuhd*ah(l' Soviet leaders next month. dragged to a waiting polite Maass said. "It makes the program "A . "" that will ;,fV$0p.m. that evening.afttfwill be seen at Hillel v^^/cplqr'fMibvision, sermon. "Most" Jewish' public high school kids neither have the Jewish education or knowledge to respqrid in kind. Many do not want to insult or get into arguments with non Jewish ' (CONTINUEO OH PACE 4) car; women were savagely beaten, "and a number of Jews were arrested, held at the police station for several' hours and then released. The NCJS reported that need for the President to show his concern for Soviet Jewry" even more essential. -,Wc believe this latest in¬ cident should be brought '' ;' (CONTINUED ON PAGE «)>-»•': rx., ''■-.'' Center of Science Industry, corporate gifts chairman for the United Negro College Fund,, and special gifts chairmiSn for the National Jewish Hospital in;Denver.,.- :7^" The local committee (of the dinner hoper to add A' IsraflRi'^ stlidehfs/,will sing Hebrew, songR:'the'HilIett)ancers will perform, . a short film documentary will be. shown, & short skit written by OSU professor Yehi.el Hayon will ■ be given and the children from the Nprthside Sunday ''^ttnoi'win''rwrforrri' as well. Following the program (CONTINUED ON PAGE4)" ,'.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1972-04-13|
|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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