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omojEwl CHRONICLE UlBFtAHY, OHIO HlSTORJCAL SOCie^X, 1982 VELM/v AVE. CQL^. 0. -43211 ..... EXCH jJl\// ScrvltB Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 60 Years \JPn\ VOL.66 NO. 34 AUGUST 25, 1988-ELUL 12 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals. Of K' <tf^ ■•.' *■'*■ * Finland To Sell Oil To Israel TEL AVIV (JTA) -Finland may soon begin selling excess Soviet oil to Israel, according to a recent report in the Israeli daily Haaretz. According to the paper, an agreement to this effect has already been signed between the two countries, though the subject is being blacked out by both sides due to the sensitivities involved. Israel's Energy Minister Moshe Shahal visited Finland last year and met with his Finnish counterpart in order to discuss the issue. The paper wrote that a commercial agreement has how been signed between A newly elected slate of of- Finland and the Soviet ficers and members of the Union, by which Finland will Board 0f Trustees of the obtain 4.5 million tons of Beth Jacob Congregation Soviet oil in excess of its own were installed at a special needs. The USSR will in turn ceremony conducted by permit the Finns to sell the R^bi David stavsky on excess oil on the free Aug. 10 in the main sane- market, tuary. A reception followed -___^^——b^——^^^ in the social hall. Heading the slate of of- \fo Hhm CfaypOJcltg ficers for the 1988-89 term is """''' ,1"""" ''"1M ' " Jack Rubin, who will serve At The Federation 8,9 ?stprraident. Richard Kohn . ,,. „ t t is first vice president; Mar- Mt muawr x& tin Hoffman is second yice Classified 12 president. Beatrice Binsky is Edrtotfal Features 2,3 recording secretary. Hani Here Aud There 14 Hara is financial secretary. Marfct Place 18 Henry Schwarz is treasurer. Obituarieu 12 Ronald Golden is chairman Social News to, 11 of the board. Morris Weins- Syiiflgogue Services...... 12 tock is Gabbai Rishon, and '" " Bob Binsky, past president, Arab Committee Putting Anti-Israel Posters On Washington Metro Rail *: ■£.% i i * J A* '■«.!' I ": t- > ." 7 V' r- ?., *. dla WASHINGTON - For the next 30 days, the American- Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee will be posting two advertisements in Washington's Metro Rail subway system, one of which asks members of Congress to "just say no" to unconditional U.S. aid to Israel. The Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, which represents 215 synagogues and Jewish organizations, wrote the Metropolitan Area Transit Authority saying it was "anguished by the odious and misleading nature" of the advertisements, while respecting the Anti-Discrimination Committee's First Amendment rights. A poster entitled "Israel Putting Your Tax Dollars to New officers and members of the Board of Trustees of Beth Jacob Congregation were installed on Aug. 10. Jack Rubin Elected President Of Beth Jacob Congregation will serve as advisor. Rubin, a native of Lancaster, is the son of Jeannette Rubin and the late Harry Rubin. He attended University High School and then went on to Ohio State University. Rubin enlisted in the United States Air Force and served at Samson Air Force Base in New York. He was discharged in 1952 and entered in his late father's business, Marco Records. While at Ohio State University, he met Lois Wolff, and they were married in 1955. They have three sons. They are the grandparents of six. Rubin joined the Beth Jacob Congregation in 1970 and has been an active member ever since. In 1978, he was elected to the Board of Trustees, and in 1985 he became recording secretary. Rubin's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Roby Rubin, came from one of the founding families of Beth Jacob Congregation. Rubin also serves as a member of Heritage House and is president of Paint Products, Inc., and vice president of Wood Delight. His interests include playing golf and photography. Installed with Rubin were the following officers, honorary board members, past presidents: Bernard Ger- son; Bernard Hirsch; Harold Tanenbaum; Dr. Charles Young; Leonard Quinn; Morris Weinstock; and honorary trustee Joe Steinberg. Also installed were the following board members: Yehuda Bitton; Henrietta Flox; Irv Flox; Irv Gutter; Meyer Hoffman; Rita Hoffman; Dr. Bruce Kay; Dr. Fred Kapetansky; Bary Leeman; Dr. Alan Levy; Moishe Mizrachi; Joe Nichol; Dr. Aaron Shaffer; Danny Rosenberg; Marty Speert; Michael Weisz; Dr. David Yashon; Stuart Cole. Beth Jacob Sisterhood representatives, Arlene Sapie and Dora Kopp; Beth Jacob Representative, Marc Levison. Rubin, said other board appointees will be announced. Work!!" asks if "you know that last year, American taxpayers gave Israel $1.8 billion in military aid? " as well as $1.2 billion in economic aid. "Only Congress can stop this madness," the advertisement concluded. The council responded by arguing that the aid was "not in form of cash but credits to be spent here" and termed it an "economic stimulus to America." The other poster, lined the rulers, cites the Soviet Union, South Africa and Israel as constituting "1 Yardstick for Human Rights." Both placards contain identical pictures of terrified Palestinians confronting or being confronted by Israeli soldiers. EARLY DEADLINE Deadline For The Thursday, Sept. 8, Issue Is Noon Thursday, Sept. 1 The OJC Office Will Be Closed Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5 tegic Study Finds IDF Shows mpfoms Of An Occupying Army NEW YORK (JTA) - The Israel Defense Force is beginning to exhibit psychological symptoms of being occupiers, a study in Israel on the behavior* of occupying armies in modern history indicates. , The study was conducted over a four-year period by' Dr. Yoram Peri of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University. Its purpose was to evaluate what psychological effects Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip has had on members of the IDF. During the course of the four years, Peri researched events in Israel and elsewhere, including Britain's military involvement in Northern Ireland. His study will soon be published by Westview Press of Boulder, Colo. Peri, who is also deputy editor of the Israeli daily Davar, determined a threefold process that occurs in the occupier's psyche, beginning with development of a "political-military doctrine" within the army's ranks. He found that this was followed by development of a "self-image crisis" among the soldiers, which finally leads to a "crisis in civil- military relations." Peri found this last problem most pronounced in a "citizen's army" where a majority of citizens do military service. The problem is exacerbated, he said, when there is a division of opinion regarding the occupation, and the subsequent resentment of the army's actions by a segment of society. Without general societal support for the military, the SloteOf Officers, Board Members To Be Presented At Annual Meeting Of Columbus Jewish Federation Miriam Yenkin, Columbus Jewish Federation's Nominating Committee chairwoman, announced that the following slate of officers and board members for the 1988-89 year will be presented to the membership at the Federation's 62nd Annual Meeting on Sunday evening, Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at Beth Jacob Congregation. President: B. Lee Skilken; Vice Presidents: Melvin L. Schottenstein, Ellen Siegel, Benjamin L. Zox; Treasurer: Lawrence D. Schaf- fer; Assistant Treasurer: Nelson Genshaft; Secretary: Gary Robins; Immediate Past President: Miriam Yenkin. Nominated for a one-year term on the board ending in 1989 are: Irving Barkan, Robert Binsky, Rabbi Bradley Bleefeld, Rabbi Alan Ciner, Henry Epstein, Peggy Ginsburg, Herbert Glimcher, Tobi Gold, N. Victor Goodman, Nathan Gordon, Thomas Kaplin, Jr., Harry Leibowitz, David Milenthal, Jay Schottenstein, Melvin Schottenstein, Robert H. Schottenstein, Kenneth Warren, Alan Wasserstrom, Raymond Wells, Leslie Wexner and Eleanore Yenkin. Nominated for a three- year term ending in 1991 are: Randall Arndt, Rita Cohen, Dr> Judy Genshaft, Sanford Goldston, Barry Igdaloff, Marilyn Knable, Bonnie Milenthal, Karen Moss, Jody Scheiman, Fred Summer, Judith Swedlow, Dr. Donald Sylvan, Dr. Jeffrey Tilson, Norman Traeger and Benjamin Zox. Serving on the board for a three-year term ending in 1989 are: Irving Baker, Rabbi Harold Berman, Howard Burnett, William Fein, Dr. Howard Fink, Carole Genshaft, Nelson Genshaft, Bradley Kastan, Dennis Mellman, Neil Moss, Lawrence D. Schaffer, Ellen Siegel, Seyman Stern, Michael Talis and Stanley Yenkin. Serving on the board for a three-year term ending in 1990 are: Ruth Ann Blank, Margey Cheses, Diane Cummins, Edwin Ellman, Geral- dine Ellman, Holly Kastan, Victor Krupman, Dr. L. Robert Polster, Gary Robins, Sylvia Schecter, B. Lee Skilken, Marilyn Skilken, Irving Schottenstein, Rodney Wasserstrom and Gordon Zacks. Serving on the board as past presidents are: Sidney I. Blatt, Millard Cummins, Marvin L. Glassman, William V. Kahn, Herman M. Katz, Herbert S. Levy, Norman Meizlisb, MyerW. Mellman, Robert Mellman, Herbert H. Schiff, Edward Schlezinger, Harry Schwartz, Ernest Stern, Jack L. Wallick, Bernard K. Yenkin, Fred Yenkin and Miriam Yenkin. Honorary board members are Samuel M. Melton and Eleanor Resler. army is compelled to take a more extreme stand, which aggravates the situation. Peri described the potential for "severe clashes with the government" when an army begins to veer from the government position following a long period of occupation, especially when confronted by rebellion within the populace. In its extreme, he said, such tension between army and government could lead to a "full-fledged military coup." Peri analyzed the behavior of individual soldiers in occupying armies and found that lengthy occupation, in situations of local opposition, could produce demoralization and what he calls the "pin-head syndrome," a tendency to" keep a low profile and avoid responsibility. One factor which was present prior to the uprising, and which makes this occupation similar to other occupations in the world, is the presence of Israeli settlers within the territories, forcing the military to become politicized, Peri reports. 7 But "20 years of relative calm came to an end with the outburst of the intifada, a development which has influenced the whole military structure in the territories. "The Palestinian rebellion resulted in an explosion of controversy, which caused some of the characteristics of other occupying armies to surface in the IDF." Peri writes that the present situation of rebellion in the territories demands anti- subversive warfare measures, but that the implementation of such measures is difficult. " "Some of these measures, e.g. 'the. beating policy,' have been greatly opposed by many citizens, and this has led to a weakening of the consensus," he said. "Soldiers are experiencing conflicts of conscience while serving in the territories, and the number of conscientious objectors is on the rise." He ends on a pessimistic note. "It is certain that the situation will never return to what it was before December 1987 ... for the most part, damaging effects will or will not develop in the IDF depending on the level of subversive warfare, whether the consensus remains strong within Israeli society, and most important, what will be the political solution to the crisis, advocated by the government."
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1988-08-25|
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1988-08-25, page 01|
UlBFtAHY, OHIO HlSTORJCAL SOCie^X,
1982 VELM/v AVE.
CQL^. 0. -43211 ..... EXCH
jJl\// ScrvltB Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 60 Years \JPn\
VOL.66 NO. 34
AUGUST 25, 1988-ELUL 12
Devoted to American
and Jewish Ideals.