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:i.:i^', ^u., . ,--r.::::fe,B,t,r..f|. 1'' ili-iiiM Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and Southwestern Ohio ..^^t-A^ Vol. 40, No. 13 FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1962 QQ Oavotad to Amarlcan ^^ and Jawlth Idaali The World's Week Attorney General Gideon Hausner reque.'steti Israel's five-man Supreme Court panel to reject Eichmann's appeal. The distribution of over 10 million dollars in 1962, for the benefit of 170,000 Jewish victims of Nazism was ap¬ proved at the Conference on Jewish IVIaterlal Claims Against Germany. Three cx-Nuzl police officials were sentenced to prison in West Germany for the murder of 172 Polish Jews in World War II. More than 10 million dollars wili be spent by Israel on port developments and expansions in 1962-63. Tlie Israel Government has agreed that contributions to the Jewish National Fund wfil be deductible from Income taxes. The Israeli. Govemment has notified the UN that it intends to purchase $200,000 worth of United Nations Bonds. A large consignment of matzoh, wine and other Passover products has been shipped to the Jewish community in Cuba by a Jewish Congregation in Mexico City. The biggest campaign total in more than a decade was unanimously adopted by the Milwaukee Jewish Welfare board of directors. Voluntary agreements by 50 nationally prominent firms to end job discrimination was announce<l by President Kennedy. A group ot reprcHentatives of rabbinical organizations presented Governor Rockefeller a memorandum requesting his support of the proposed legislation to permit those who close their business on Saturdays to keep open on Sundays. NAMED CHAIRMAN OF JFS BOARD COMM. SERVICES TO AGED David Goldsmith, president of the Board of Trustees of Jewish Pamlly Service, has appointed Dr. Robert Goldberg as chairman of the JFS Board ,Ooramlttee on Services to Older People. Thia committee wiU function for the next three yeara In connection with Jewish Family Service's par¬ ticipation in the Family Service Association of America'a National Project on Aging which Ipcludea 40 family agencies in 31 com¬ munltlea throughout the United States offering services to the aged. The major emphasis of tho Na¬ tional Project on Aging will be to demonstrate in the selected com¬ munities what can be done to strengthen counseling and other programs operated by family ser¬ vice agencies so as to foster ex¬ perimentation and permit the up¬ grading of services to the aged. The Committee on Services to Older People will concern Itself with a detailed review of Instltu- flomal and non-inatltutional serv¬ ices to the aged currently provid¬ ed by Jewish Family Service so that the agency will be able to broaden and Improve services to aged persona tn the Columbus Jeiwlsh community. The committee memibera are: Babbi Nathan ZeUzer, Mra. WU¬ Uam Papier, Mra. David Gerstenr- feia. Dr. Ben Kovltz, WilUam Brungs, Mrs. Louise Kates, Mrs. MlorrlB Paine, Robert Levy, Jr., Gordon Schlffnuin, Dr. Walter Baum, Robert Weller, Sr., Dr. Harry Topolosky, Stanley Sch¬ wartz, Jr., Mrs. Aaron Zacks, Mrs. William Wasserstrom. Dr. MUton Goodman, Mayer Rosenfeld and Liozar Brener. NASSER NEW YORK, (WUP)—The As¬ sociated Preaa reports from Cairo that Prealdent Nasser has pro¬ claimed a special constitution for the Gaza Strip occupied by Is¬ rael during the Sinai campaign. The new constitution, which doea not give the Arab refugeea in the Strip Egyptian citizenship, is a temporary "Instrument" which, the Egyptian dictator indicated, would serve the Palestinians In Gassa until "the unsurped lands in Palestine are restored," and untU "such time as a permanent con¬ stitution is Issued for a Palestine state." Chronicling The News Amusements 13 Editorial 2 Society 5, 6, 7 Sports 9, 10 Synagogues 8 Teen Scene 12 NCJW MEMBERS EIEGTED TO OFFICE MID-EASTERN REGION Two memibera of the Columlbus Section, NaUonal Oouncil of Jew¬ ish Women were elected to of¬ fices of the Mld-ESastem Region, N.CJ.W., at the recent convent- ton held .at the Deahler-HUton. Mrs. Bernard Feitllnger vvas in- staUed as president-elect of bhe MId-Bastern Region, and Mrs. David Gerstenfeld Is to be region¬ al corresponding secretary. In addition, the Coiumibus Sec¬ tion was presented with a silver trowel - symbolic ot the corner- atone laying of Hebrew Univer¬ sity High School In Jerusalem - for exceeding Its fate-share of contributions for the Mgh school building fund. The presentation WEIS accepited by Mrs. Joseph Horchow, chairman of H.U.H.S. committee In the Columbus Sec¬ tion. Mrs. Bernard Feitllnger, whose exiperlence in the Columbus Sec¬ tion of N.CJ.W. for many years has Included the duties of preal- dency, vice-presidency, and pro¬ gram ohairman, has served as co-ordinator of the Jewish group for UJI.I.CJU)'. Mrs. David Ger¬ stenfeld, past vice-president of the Colum.bus Section, Is current¬ ly completing her second term as president. Both women, with numerous community affiliations as well as their services to National Council o<f Jewlah Women pro¬ jects, will assume oflfice in the spring of 1903 at the National Biennial Conference In Minnea¬ polis. The Dayton Section of N.C.J.\V. has extended an Invitation to host the 1964 Mid-Eastern Reg¬ ional Conference. AZA SWEETHEART CANDmATES On April 7 at the Desert Inn, Columbus Aleph Zadik Aleph wiil name its annual Sweetheart at the Sweetheart Dance. Shown alxive are the candidates. Seated left to right: Reesa Goldsmith, Gail Gertner and Joyce Friedman. Stand¬ ing left to right are: Rosanne Kanter, Sharon Greenberg and Sue Wexner. Not pictured is candidate Donna Koppelman. Pioneers Prepare For Donor Affair A full and diveraiflod program has been prepared for Pioneer Women's Donor Luncheon which wUl take place at 12:30 pjn. on AprU 4. In the auditorium of the Jewish Center. Mra. WlUIaim Kisch, coordinat¬ ing chairman, has expresaed her¬ self as "extremely gratified at the whole-hearted cooperation of the many Pioneer Women memibers and friends who are actively par¬ ticipating in preparations for bhe luncheon. Everyone who attends is bound to spend an enjoyable afternoon because no details have been overlobked, atarting with a delicious. luncheon and ending with an inspiring speaker." The program wUl begin with the opening prayer to be read by Mrs. Gittel Thall. Miss Helen Seidenberg, presldeoit of the Golda Meir chapter, wUl extend greetings on behalf of the chap¬ ter. FoUowlng the luncheon, Mrs. Kisch wlU Initiate tihe candle lighting ceremony. Candles will be lit for all contributors, and contributors' names will be read aloud to the audience. Although candles have been purchased through on advance sales oaim- palgn, there wlU be an oppor¬ tunity to purchase addltlbnal can¬ dles prior to the ceremony. Mrs. EsteUe Goorey, acCompan led at the piano by Mrs. Sanford Betker, wlU entertain bhe group with a selection of songs spe¬ cially chosen for the occasion. The program will conclude with a speaker from the ¦ <rlonai of¬ fice of Pioneer Wt .nen, Mrs. Renee Udell. Mrs. UdeU just re¬ cently attended the first meeting of the newly created Area Divi- (contlnuid on pigs 4] Shown are a few of the women who are planning for the I^ioneer Women'.s IDonor Luncheon on April 4 at the Jewish Center. Left lo right: Mrs. William Kisch, IVIra. James Freidenberg and Mrs. IjCO Cohen. DJFG WOMEN'S DIVISION PUN TO "HIT THE TARGET" THIS WEDNESDAY Target Day, for the camipalgn of the Women's Division of the United Jewish Fund and Council, is set for Wednesday, April 4. On. that day, all general solicita¬ tions campaign workers will meet at the Jewish Center with the results of their efforts for the previous week. The General Solicitations cam¬ paign was launched at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Ledn Schottenatein cm March 28. 'I'he workers who gathered there were presented with their solicitation material, and inspired to do their best to achieve success. It Is hoped tnat the results o^ general solicitations will be as encourag¬ ing aa those of the various fund- raising affairs which have pre¬ ceded It. The chairman for Target Day ia Mrs. Herbert Levy. Mrs. Oscar Weston serves as area chairman. Mrs. Sanford Timen Is In charge of kits. Area cliairmen for the north end qf Columbus are Mra. Julius Hoffman and Mrs. Charles Schwartz. Mrs. Robert Curl Is handling office liaison. Mrs. Morris Paine and Mrs. Theodore Schlonsky serve as general solicitation oaalr- men. Zoning Is under the direc¬ tion of Mra. Bernard Mentser, Mrs. Henry Piatt and Mrs. Sam Valcov. The Women's Division chairman Is Mrs. Armand At>el, and her co-chairman is Mrs. Leon Schottenstein. Chosen To Speak At T & P First Session Ira Felnberg, Paimach veteran and authority on Israeli and Arab affairs, and RabbI Nathan Zeiizer, spiritual leader of Tifer¬ eth Israel Congregation, wlU apeak at bhe official opening of the Trades and Professions meet¬ ing of the United Jewish Fund on Thursday, Aiprll 3, at Tifereth Israel Temple, 8 p.m. Morris Skilken, general cam¬ paign chairman of the 1962 B\jnd Campaign, has appointed Ira Monroe ohairman of this division comprising 21 divisions of various employment. Various chairmen and vice chairmen In this vast organiza¬ tion to raise fundia for the thou¬ sands of Jeiwlsh refugees, and to provide funds tor a stronger Jerwish community In Columbus Include, Aaron Horowitz, Mor¬ ris Swediow, accoimtants; Bern¬ ard Feitllnger, Sidney Golden, Carl Mellman, Robert Melhnan, attorneys; Al Rudnick, Charles Sohwartz, Arthur Westerman, and Henbert Wagner, Battelle; Larry Schaflfer, Donald Feibel, Bernard Yenkin, Jack Jay, Sam Lubln, Seyman Stern, Bernard Kushner, and Jack Walllck, building and real estate; Daniel Harrison, Burt Schlldhouse, Mel¬ vln Coopemmn, Irving Stem, and Mrs. Morris Snyder, community workers. Others Include A] Krantz, Wal¬ ter Stern, James Jacobs, San¬ ford Kravitz, George Rosenber¬ ger, dapartment stores; Walter Robinson, Dr. George Ornsteln, J. Sheldon Levy, Richard Fisher, Sol Flneblum, engineers; Joseipih F. Cohen, Harold Lowy, Leonard Qulnn, Leo Turner, Henry Ster¬ ling, and Joe Davis, food; John Bowman, MUton Pinsky, and Eu¬ gene Hameroff, graphic arts; Ediwln Ellman, Saul Sokol, and Alan Weller, Insurance. Additional chairmen and vice chairmen Include Bernard Kap¬ lan, Irving Chasln, Ell Levlson, Louis Ruben, Sanford Ttaien, and Harry Shapiro, jewelers; Myer Melhnan, Jack Reichgott, Edward Stan, and WUllam Moser, manu¬ facturing; Martin Adler, Irvin Flax, Pincus Slgal, and Kurt Hoffman, metropolitan; Fred Oral], Herschel Hausman, Leo Lipltz, and Bob Saladcr, Ohio State University; Dr. Sanford Robbi ZeUzer Ira Felnberg Goldman. Dr. Burton Louis, and Dr. A. J. Weiner, Optometrists; Louis Ackerman, Alfred Bender, Maurice Bleioh, Jerry Cohen, Pharmacists. Heading the miscellaneous di¬ vision of trades and professions are Sam Oppenheimer, chairman, Erwin Cohen, Bernard Ruben, Leonard Dworkin, Sanford Jos¬ eph, Fritz Kaihn, and Arthur Katz, vice chairmen, Dave Levins son la chairman of the out-of- town division. Dr. Robert BVIed- man la chairman of the Physi- (cohttnuod on pags 4) "M" DAY APRIL 8 TO PROVIDE FDNDS FOR IDGAL, OVERSEAS, NAT'L PROJECTS Simday, AiprU 8 Is "M" Day for memibers of the Columlbus Jewish Conununity, the Do-xt-Yourself Way to help thousands reach Is¬ rael, care for Jews in other lands and assist the numerous projects In Columbus that rely on the one federated drive. Volunteers from the Trades and Professions group will meet at The Jewish Center, at 9:30 in the morning, and after coffee, will receive their prospect cards and kits, and then proceed to call on the donor. Sol ZeU Is chairman of arrangements at the Center. The once a year campaign this year must raise a total of $917,212. The Funds will be spent in over¬ seas projects, In national pro¬ jects, and locally. An estimated num:ber of, be¬ tween 5U and 100 thousand Jews are on the move from different countries seeidng a haven and a chance for new security, for new opportunity to live In dignity, peace, and security. In Israel 336,000 Jews wUl require many forms of assistance; housing, food, clothing, medical care. Nationally, the UJFC contri¬ butes to the support of a Ust of prominent and essential pro¬ grams which strengthen Jewish life nationally and Internation¬ ally. Such agencies are the American Jewish Oommittee, the Antl-Defamatlon League, Ameri¬ can Jewish Congress, Jewish War Veterans, Jewish Labor Commit¬ tee, B'nal B'rith Youth Services, American Association for Jew¬ ish Education, the National Jew¬ ish Welfare Board, Yiddish Scientific Institute, National Council of Jewish Women, Had¬ assah's Youth Allyah program, American-Israel Cultural Foun¬ dation, Hebrew University, Tech¬ nion, HIAS, eind many others. Three new national organiza¬ tions have t>een added to the Hat of agencies receiving funds this year. They are the National Community Relations Advisory Council, a national coordinating body in the field of community relations; the National Founda¬ tion for Jewish Culture, whloh seeks to clarify and strenghten the entire field of Jewish cul¬ ture; and the Synagogue Councii of America, which represents Orthodox, Conservative and Re¬ form groups In areas of religious Interest of common concern. LocaUy, the "federated drive" supports Heritage House, the new home tor tht Jewish Aged; the new American Program as well as other services of the Jewish Pamlly Service; the Ool¬ umbus Hebrew School; the Jew¬ ish Center, the Community Re¬ lations Program, the Jovrtsh Blood Donor CouncU, HlUel Foundation at Ohio State and Ohio University. "' a
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1962-03-30, page 01|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
Franklin County (Ohio)
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:i.:i^', ^u., . ,--r.::::fe,B,t,r..f|.
Serving Columbus, Dayton, Central and Southwestern Ohio
Vol. 40, No. 13
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1962
QQ Oavotad to Amarlcan ^^ and Jawlth Idaali
The World's Week
Attorney General Gideon Hausner reque.'steti Israel's five-man Supreme Court panel to reject Eichmann's appeal.
The distribution of over 10 million dollars in 1962, for the benefit of 170,000 Jewish victims of Nazism was ap¬ proved at the Conference on Jewish IVIaterlal Claims Against Germany.
Three cx-Nuzl police officials were sentenced to prison in West Germany for the murder of 172 Polish Jews in World War II.
More than 10 million dollars wili be spent by Israel on port developments and expansions in 1962-63.
Tlie Israel Government has agreed that contributions to the Jewish National Fund wfil be deductible from Income taxes.
The Israeli. Govemment has notified the UN that it intends to purchase $200,000 worth of United Nations Bonds.
A large consignment of matzoh, wine and other Passover products has been shipped to the Jewish community in Cuba by a Jewish Congregation in Mexico City.
The biggest campaign total in more than a decade was unanimously adopted by the Milwaukee Jewish Welfare board of directors.
Voluntary agreements by 50 nationally prominent firms to end job discrimination was announce