Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1961-03-10, page 01
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COLUMBUS EDITION u.ffHO n, Serving Columbus. Dayton and Central Ohio Jewish Communities ^^AH £ COLUMBUS EDITION VoL 39, No. 10 FRIDAY, MARCH 10, I9AI Hi I and JewUh Ideali Moshe Dayan Is Commg For UJFC Kick-Off JUNIORS OF UJFG TO SOLICIT WITHIN CLUBS AND GROUPS For.the 1961 campaign the Jun¬ ior Division of the United Jewish Fund and Council has decided to conduct Its major solicitations through the clubs and youth groups which are members of the Teenage Council of thc Jewish Center. This plan has been en¬ dorsed by Individual groups and the Teenage Council, THE SCHEPULE for these so¬ licitation meetings is aa follows: Wednesday, March 15, Story of UJFC wUl be told to the follow¬ ing groups. &rP, Epsilon and Pegasus. On Sunday afternoon, March 19, a combined meeting of Coun¬ cilettes and Junior Hadassah will hear the campaign story. Sunday evening, March 19. at 8, YFTL of TempJe Israel wiil be host to the other youth groups in a special meeting. Tills meet¬ ing to which all members of USY and AAY are Invited has been called so that the youth groups may also leam of the needs of the 1961 campaign, TUESDAY, March 21, a joint meeting of the AZA and BBG groups is sclioduled. Upon completion ot the solicita¬ tions through the clubs, a selec¬ tive team of solicitors headed by Suaon Gurevitz will conduct their campaign to contact all other Jewish Teenagers in the com¬ munity. UJFC JUNIOR PUNNERS Among thoae who attended the worlters meeting oih Feb. 23 at the Jewish Center to help organize the UJFC Junior Division club soUcita¬ tlon were front row, loft to right, Philip Gross¬ man, Buddy Tennenbaum, Aian Winner, Sue Israel, Ann Epstein, Rita Engelman and Joyce Lowy. Second row, Charles Cohen, Bill Ruben, Marlly Topy, EUen Landsman, Carol Glicli and Carol Monroe, Standing, Susan Yenkin, Diane l-evison and Annette Katz, Ground Rules For Eichmann's Trial Set; April 11 Is Opening Melvln I. Cooperman MELVIN COOPERMAN JOINS REGIONAL STAFF OF A.D.L. The appointment of Meivin I, Cooperman to the Ohio-Kentucky Regional Office staff of the Anti- Defamation League was announc¬ ed by Seymour Gorchoff, regional director, Cooperman will serve aa Community Consultant, Cooperman is a graduate of the City College of New York and holds a Bachelor of Hebrew Let¬ tera degree from the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. In his senior.year at CC.N.Y,, Coop¬ erman was president of the Hlilel Foundation and of the Metro¬ politan Hillel Council. While at the Hebrew Union College he served congregations in Sohulen- burg, Tex. and Muskogee, Okla., and acted aa director ot Audio- Visual Services at Cincininati's Isaac M. Wise Temple, He has been professionally ac¬ tive tn both secular and Jewish education, having taught the So¬ cial Studies in public secondary schools in New York City and suburban Westchester County, His special interest has been in (Contlnuad on p«q« 4| JEIRUSALEIM, (JTA) — A pre-trial conference of thp cdurt, pros- , ecutlon and defense^ decided on the ground-rules for the trial of Adolf "Eychmann which wU! open here on April n. ~ Thc court will ait in morning and afternoon sessions Monday through Thursday, It was agreed. It will hold one session on Friday morning and recesa over Saturday and Sunday. AT THE SUGGESTION of Attorney General Gideon Hausner, who will be the chief prosecutor, the conference agreed on the ad¬ missibility as evidence of docu¬ ments in the original CJerman or English languages and complete translation into Hebrew will not be required. Ttip three-man court will hold a furtiier session next week to de- temiino other court procedures, the question of the language or languages to be used in the court¬ room and whether or not pho¬ tographers win be permitted to work during the court aesalons. DR. ROBERT Servatius re¬ portedly queried the propriety of participation in the trial of Judge Binyamin Halevl in view of ills characterization of Eichmann, at another trial, as "Satan." It was understood that he accepted ex¬ planations offered and the ques¬ tion of Judge Haleyi's participa¬ tion was considered closed. In Tel Aviv, Israel's famed Sixth Bureau, set up lait May to collect and prepare the evidence to be presented against B3ciimann for his crimes against humanity and crimes against the Jewish people, was formally mustered out at ceremonies, IN ITS NINE months of exis¬ tence, the bureau coUe'cted evi¬ dence against the Nazi execution¬ er on three continents wiiilch will be bhe bos^s for thc charges Eich¬ mann will be called upon to answer when he goes on trial in Jerusalem next month. Inspector-General of PoUce Jos¬ eph Nachmlas took the last par¬ ade of the bureau staff in a brief ceremony at Camp lyar, Eich- noann's prison in the north of Is¬ rael, and thanked the men for their dlUgent work. The docu¬ ments recording Its activities and findings were* described as ex¬ ceeding one ton In weight. THB BUREAU worked through 20 departments, each concerned with one country under Nail oc¬ cupation or one land where Nazis or their vlottms may have taken refuge. Its Investigators had Ger¬ man Foreign Office files and other German archives weighing B. B. Plans Lodge In West Germany WASHINGTON, (JTA) ~ B'nai B'rith announced It had chartered its second postwar lodge in West Germany, to be opened In March in Frank¬ furt, following several visits by Maurice Blsgyer, executive vice-president of the organl- tion, B'nai B'rith is also con¬ sidering activating lodges in Mimich, Stuttgart and Ham¬ burg, "This is in accordance with B'nai B'rith traditional policy of organl2ang abroad as a part of the indigenous Jewish com¬ munal structure," Blsgyer said. In 1937 the Nazis out¬ lawed B'nai B'rith in Germ¬ any, Lodges had existed there since the 1880's, Afoshe Dayan Rabbi Nathan Zeiizer more Uian 400 tons to sift througli as well aa documentary material supplied by other governments and antl-Nazl organizations. They also studied the records of the Nuremberg and otlier war crimes trial. Some of the Information ob¬ tained by the Sixth Bureau in¬ vestigators dealing with war crimes did not Involve Eichmann but other Nazi war criminals. This material was sorted out and caitalogued separately. In all, the bureau questioned 120 witnesses, of whom 49 are scheduled to con¬ front Blchmann at his trial. Com¬ mander Avraham Seiinger said tiiat other witnesses may also be called, THE VETERAN police InvesU- gator said that the witnesses will be people who ctune Into direct contact with Blchmann In Ger¬ many, Austria and Huns&ry and Nazi victims. He said no Nazi war criminals would be called to testi¬ fy against Eichmann although their testimony in other trials (Contlnti«d on p49« 4] RABBI N. ZELIZER TO BE GIVEN HONOR FOR BROTHERHOOD There will be a special added feature at the annual city wide b.'-otherhood affair, Wednesday night, March 15, at Agudas Achim Syntigoeue, 8 p.m. Chairman William Goodman re¬ vealed earlier in the Week that RabbI Nathan ZeUzer of Temple Tifereth Israel will be honored at the affair tor his untiring efforts m community public relations affairs. The host brotherhood, Agudas Achlm^ will present Rabbi Zcilzur with an engraved plaque. The AA. group has invited members of every synagogue in the city, plus HUlel and the North Side (Community group to this year's affair. The usual fellowship hour will follow. Guest spealter for the eiffair will be RabbI Isaac Swift of Con¬ gregation Ahavath Torah, Engle¬ wood, N,J., and a nationally known rabbinical personality, A dynamic apeaker, Rabbi Swift formeriy held pulpits In Sydney, Ausitralia and London, Eingland and Congregation Anshe Sfard of Brooklyn, He is also on the fac¬ ulty of several Yeshivas in the east. Campaign Is Officially Underway On Tuesday The United Jewish Fund and (Council will officially "kick-off" its 1961 campaign with the Advanced Gifts Affair, Tuesday, March 34, 6 p,m., at the Winding Hollow Country Club. Ben A, Yenkin, general campaign ghairman and Morris Skllken, Advanced Gifts chairman, promise an Informative'program to all who attend. Highlighting the program as one of the two guest speakers will be General Moahe Dayali, Minister of Agriculture ot the State of Israel and former Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, In addition to General Dayan the guesits will hear an address by David Lowenthal of Pittsburgh. GENERAL DAYAN Is widely known for his leadership as Chief ot Staff of the larael Army during the Sinai campaign In 1956, Bom in Pagania, a pioneer co¬ operative farm ctunmunlty south of the Sea of Galilee, Gen. Dayan was reared amid the dangers and Iiardships of that hot, arid region of the Jordan Valley, When he was six years old, and Dagania was on the way to becoming a thriving village, his parents left It to join another group of pio¬ neers. This time they went to thc s\vamp-infested Valley of Estlraelon, where they helped to drain the swamps and till the soil at Nahalal, a new farm settle¬ ment. Today Nahalal is in the heart of one of the most prosper¬ ous farming regions of Israel. IN THE ISRAEL War of Ub- eratlon, Dayan was a commander on several fronts. Including Jeru- aalero-.He led thcllr^t armored column, comprised of only half¬ tracks and armored cars, which took the town of Lydda and broke the Arab defense of the neigh¬ boring town of Ramie. He was one of the leadera ot the action that cleared the Invading Egyp¬ tian troops out of the Negev, Because ot his knowledge of the Arab countries and their lan¬ guage, he was selected as a mem¬ ber of the Israel delegation that concluded thc Armistice Agree¬ ment with Jordan, Following his rapid rise in Is¬ rael's defense forces, and a year of study at the Senior Officers' School in Great Britain, he was named vice-chief of staff In 1953, In Dec., 1954, at the age of 38, he was recalled to Israel from a mission to thc United Nations to accept the top post in his nation's army, IN 1968, HE retired as Chief of Staff and was elected to the Knesset, Israel's Parliament, rep¬ resenting the Mar J party of which David Ben-' urlon is also a member. Shortly ifter, he was given thc portfoli.. of Minister of Agriculture by Ben-Gurion. Lowenthal is co-chairman of the 1961 campaign of the United Jewish Fund of Pittsburgh and a member of the United Jewish Duvid Loueiillial Appeal's National Campaign Cabi¬ net, the executive leadership group responsible for the plan¬ ning and conduct of the annual national UJA drives, LOWENTHAL, who is a found¬ er and co-owner of the ApoUo Industries Corporation, one of the largest in the Pittsburgh region, is a powerful spokesman for overseas Jewlah aid and has ap¬ peared in scores of cities from coast to coast on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal campaigns. Skilken, chairman tor the eve¬ ning, has as his associate chair¬ men for the Advance Gilts Divi¬ sion. William Gllck, Leon Hand- IConlinu.d on png* 4) Tifereth Israel Now Meeting At Center Beghinlng tonight, Friday, March 10, at 8, Temple Tifereth Israel religious services on Sabbath, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings, and holidays, Pesaoh and Shavuot, will be held in the main auditorium ot the Jewlah Center, 1125 S, College Ave, This temporary change is necessitated by the remodeling and recon¬ struction of the Physical facilities of Temple 'Hf.reth larael and the conatruotipn of a new social hail north of the present facilities, Oneg Shabbats, Kiddush on Sabbath morning. Bar and Bas Mitzvahs will all be conducted at the Center, The Ark, pra.ver books, prayer shawls. Bibles and all other necessary religious articles will be transferred to the Center for use on the Sabbath. The <3enter will be used only on Sabbaths and holidaya when all other actlvitiea are closed in tliat tastltutlon. The Tifereth larael educational building will remain open as usual for all activities. More detailed information will be published trom time to time in order that the community will be apprised of the progress during the construction period.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1961-03-10|
|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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