Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1968-10-17, page 01
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%"084S tj^TH -a 2T8T ¦',:'<,^;' t *¦. Vol. 46, No. 43 zJlM Servina Cefumbus^^'CentraP and Southwestern Ohio ^ TO THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1968 - 25 TiSHREi •ntlidUAmrifM', w/Jwiiai'MwIt ,- 5i us Rejecfi USSR Mideast Soliitioh JERtEtALEM, (JTA) -- Tte' IMted States has rejected the Soviet UnlonTs recent four-point proposal for a Middle East solution. Informed sources said. Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk stated tids positlan jmeqqtvDcally to Israel's Foreign Mhdster Abte Eban at a New Yoric meeting, tte sources sald.\ ' Mr. Rusk is saidtotevetoldMr.Eban that tte US. stands by previous asserttons that GUIDES SEE PRINTS At a meeting of guides for tte Temple Israel Art Stow this nedtend are Mr. Bernard Pudcer, director of tte Pucter-Safiral Galleries of Jerusalem and Boston, stewing prints to Mrs. Aladar Zipser, left, chalnnan of gaUery guides, and Mrs. Lewis Basch, co-chainnan. Temple Art Show Opens Saturday ... SMy different artists will te represented tbrot^ varied art ''forms''at tte' Fourth Annual Art Stew and Sale to te sponsored tids weekend ty tte Temple Is¬ rael SIsterhpod In tte Temple Social HaU. , The openbig night wUl te ^alded> by a cfaaoipagne feceptloD, Saturday trom i~. 10 p.m. Gallery Guides teve been persmally trained by Ber¬ nard Pucker, director of tte Pucter-Saftral Gallery of Jerusalem and Boston, tte; gallery tbat bas assendded this collection. Ttede ladles wOl te available to add^ tte knowledge of tiie turt- vtewers by answering ques¬ tions about tte l;dctures and tiie artists wtese works are J.W.V. Blasts represented. Sunday and Monday tne exblMit will te open trom 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tldiets are on sale at tiie door. Mr. Pudcer stressed tte great variety of interpre¬ tation tiiat will te seisn in this coUection. He told Sisterhood viembers, "Even though tUs «ollectlaa 4b madeup ofworicsof arUsts ^ now llvfaig in Israd, It truly most te termed an inter¬ national exhibit. TMrty- de^ differoit geographical regions are represented. Tte Mrtbi^lace 'and home of ; an artist botore te Im¬ migrated to Israel and Us age at tte time greatly .In¬ fluence ah artist's work. Tte type of envbronment InwUch te spedt ids farmattveyears as wen M present dayllving, habits, alsorgreatly Influence the artists. An artist tevlng. survived tii6 holocaust of WorMIWarn nTdoilit lo«rics at life In a diffident way tiiantiie&tea." Shapiro Speaks To only a settlement acceptable tb both par^s Intte conflict would bring peace, iridle tte Soviet proposal would have Inqiosed a solutlantram out¬ side. Israel rejected tte So¬ viet proposaL THE SCJVIET PLAN would have Imposed a timetable, starting with Israel's with- drawal to tte pro-June^ 1967 boundaries, followed by a declaratton of non-telliger- ence fay tte Arabs, a return of Udted Nations forces to the evacuated territories, and a fOur-power peace guarantee by tiie US.,Soviet Unloii, Britein and France. France was tte only maior Western power wliich showed some Indinatioa to accept tte Soviet plan as abasisfOr dscosslons, sooroes said. Ttey noted that Paris had teen Insistbig for tte past year tiiat only a'four-power agreement could solve tte Middle East impasse; that element^ In tiie Soviet plan appealed to ttem. MB. RUSK has conferred with Mr. Eban, Jordaidan Foreign Miidster Abdul Me¬ nem Bifai and EgyptianFor- eign SOnister MahmouBlad Leaders Pdperi Tte Jewish War Vet^^ took sharp issue wtth'1 mi^or newspapers, Tte New York Times and Tte Wash¬ ington Post, for being criti¬ cal of policlesiof both m^jor candidates tor callbig for maintenance of a military balance between Israe^ «^ tte Arab states. In a letter to both news¬ papers. National Commander Charles Feuerelsen made'lt clear that tiio Implications bi both editorials were deeply <Hstuibbig to tte Jewish War Veterans. COMMANItBR Feuerelsen criticized tteoewspop^sfbr -opposing both major candi¬ dates' call for tte sale of Phantom Jds to Israel on the ground it would scraptte exlatlng' American mUcy of trying to maintain a roue^ military balance between Is<^ rael and^tiie Arab atates. J7r. Ma^iteim Sfaapiro^Eic- rarector of tte newly i]i(j|j She d> Bureau of its ia JewishCommun- it/Hi, Sorvice, wHLte tte guest spfiator at tte second in tte series of YouQg Leadership Development Programs of tiie Udted Jewish, Fund and ( CouteO. ^ ' - Dr. Stepiro^ an authority on fiamily life and an emin¬ ent sociologist^ will come from New Yoric to address tte groigi on Monday even¬ ing, Oct. 21 at tte home of Mr. and Mrs.'Hertert Wd¬ man, 336 S. Virginia-Lee Rd. Participants are mged to note tte change of date from TuOsday to Mondigr THE TENTH Annual Young Leadership Development Program got off to a fine start last week, witii tte appeanhce of Ai^d Aron¬ son, ProgramDfafectorottin National ConununUy Bela¬ tions Advisory CouncOe wte (Coiittaued on Page 12) Or. Marvin Fox Dr. Fox lecture Suiiday in New Yoric. Reports that UN peace envoy Gunnar V. Jarring has tried to arrange tehind-tte'-scenes meetings betwem Mr. Eban and tiie Arabs have been discounted at tiie UN as "premature" - but tids does nd mean that ttey will nd tate |flac& (Tte WasUi^ton Evudng Star reported that Mr. Rusk and Sovld Foreign SOnister Andrei Gronoyko discussed tte Mddle East at a private meeting. Tte paperreported that "tte Israelis, under Am¬ erican pressure, have soft¬ ened their iniUal demands for fOce-to-fOce taUcs with tte Arate on a peace settle¬ ment?' and said tbat Israel, wUdi insisted In dlred ne- (Continued on Vsgp 12) Con^lete Plans For 23rd Donor, CatfUd Ladles Auxiliary No. 122, Jewish War Vd- erans tea comtfided fimd plans for tts 23ril Annual Donor Luncheon to te teld Thursday, Oct. 24, at 12:30 pum., at Del Matte's Party House, 4882 .'E. Mabi SU Last minute reservations, and mdu sdectlons shOold te arranged wiHi Mrs. Max. Ateamson, 231-9611, pledge chabrman, Mrs. Louis Gros¬ sman, 235-1884^ luncheon chabrman, or Mrs. Victor Rofsky, 235-5310, donor boOk chairman. Necessary transportation may contad Bfrs. Bernard Kai^ah, pro¬ gram diabnnan at 252-4137. The donor committee urges aU members tq give ttelr pledges vdien caUed as a guarantee that, tte many philanthropies and activity piragrams services dedicat¬ ed to assist, ujdlft, and ftar- tter tte benefite drjtte vd- ecw>wili;bo.:bantinued. ~ Heights octte once-a- year flmd-raising luncheon wfll'te "A Flowering Good Time?'. Igr Mdd, formerly of ComeUs Nursery, feat¬ uring tte latest in flower arranging and otiier ddalls «^' br. Marvin Fox will te ite guest Jedurer tids fiun- ^ day evening, Oct. 20, at 8 presented in ma"wpr to.en- lun. when the HlUd Forum tertaln. Door pi'lzes and opens ite fall program otter,i^annedaitertalimient series. has been arranged by Mrs. Dr. Fax, Professor d Bemard'ICvpIan. PhfloBOjiAy at Ohio State fflid Accredited members distingidshed Jewish scho- wlshii^; to join tte TiK&day lar, has recentiy returned morning tewUi« leagues firoin Israd vtere te par- should contad Mps. Sanford ttctpated tai tte annual DUi« Fishman, 235-3094 ar Mrs. logue of American and Is- Rofsi^y. Prosed bowlii^lea- radl Intellectuals. .Tto gaaa are teing epterged and public is cordially invited prospective meoEdiers are to hear Dr. Fox speok on bnrlted to attend and partt- "Israel, America aiid Tte dpate at tte 0:30 ajn. scte- NewLeft". yrt:! MELTON HONORED Edward Schlezinger, president of tte United Jew¬ ish Fund and Council, Is siwwn liere presenting an Illuminated copy of the Resolution of the Columtes Jewish Welf^ Foundation, accepting with gratefld - tiianks tte gift of Samuel M. Mdton which will mate possible tte construction of a Community Services Building, to te named tte Esther Mdton CommuMty Services BuUdbag. Tte presentation was made at tte Tenth Annual Meeting of tte UJFC, at tte Winding Hollow Country Club. Melton Makes New Building Possible . Samud M. Mdton, local phUanthroplst and business lead¬ er, has made agenerousglfttotteCoIumbus Jewish Wdfare Foundation wUchwOlunderwrltetteconstructionof a much- ' needed Community Services Building. irUs gut was accepted by tte offlcers aidmembers of tte Columbus Jewish WelfOre Foundation at a recoit meeting and ty resolution, tte contemplated teOdingwasdesignatedas the - Esther Melton Communily , '-~ Services Building, in loving memory of tte Iste wife of Mr. Mdton. THE BUILDING. wMch is to te. erected an ptasKxty omud by tte Welfore Foun¬ dation adjaced to Heritage House, will provide much needed space for tte United Jewish F^md and CouncU and for tie Jewish Fan^-Ser- vice. It wfll also provide many central services for most of tte local agendes wfalcfa are tenefldarles' of tte United: Jewish Fund and C o u n c 11,' sadi as making, printing, ,_ etc, and WiU'hiidce for a more efflcioit and economi¬ cal operation of aU ttese ' services. At tte Tenth AnopdMeet- h« of tiie United JeWtshFund and CouncU, Mdtonwaspre¬ sented with an Illuminated pbgue, containing tte Re¬ solution adopted by tte Co¬ lumbus Jewish Welfore 1 ¦f Leon Sllt!M(lii*^'^''4^)'^f *'"*'^ 0H> ; .sp^^ali' To Speak At Dinner For Rubenstein Dr. Leon IH StitsMn, pro¬ fessor of Jewish phUosophy, Sector of community re-, Foundation, a((iti»p^hisglfl; laUons and special publlca- and designating the building tions d tte YesUva Univer- as the Esther Melton Coni- aity, wiU te tte principal munity Services BuUding. speater d tte testimonial The presentati<x\; was made ittnner on Sunday, (^ 20^ ts^<EdwardScIi(;i^pger,new- In tenor of Babb^S^idsuel ly :dected,PresIdent of tte UJFC and ctf tte Columbus Jewish Welfore Foundation. T^ building wUl te under eonatruction soon and ac' Rubenstein at ijigudais lAbUin Siynagogue at 6:30 ikm. He served as a rabbi In a numter d leadlnsj^onunun- Itles in tin UdtOdvStates , Bkfere confining bis time to cordliK te l^ans should be teaching d tte Yeshtva Ud- ready for occupancy some- wrsity ahd his prosed du- tinw8bil969. tlesttexe. iV',: ¦¦ m ¦I m m #1 V'.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1968-10-17|
|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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