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*-*&>"£ * 7,-j ri$4 rfi, Iv iV'W" A&jS.s. Jm.±>' !_./ ?A_._Vi'4 • I h OfflOJE^I HROINICLE ,__ _^ _ ... __^_ ^ y Zj(\vy7 Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years ^/Ava LIBRARY, OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY 1982 V5L.M* AVE. OOU.O. 43211 ■ exoH <V < !'. t <■ VOL. S3 NO. 50 DECEMBER 4, 1975 - KISLEV 30 ost Local Jewish Groups Sign ace Pledge By Bill Cohen Chronicle Special Reporter Several Jewish congregations and organizations have pledged themselves "to pursue peaceful and productive approaches" as a federal judge prepares to hear a court suit asking for the de¬ segregation of the Columbus ORT Dinner Slated For Sunday Pauline Kahn presented the Panovs with a bouquet of roses and the thanks of the entire community. The presentation was made during a reception which was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ellman following their Sunday night performance at Vets Memorial. Columbus Community Honors Panovs Valery and Galina Panov, the great dancers who were the focus of world-wide attention in their efforts to leave the USSR, were honored by the Community Relations Committee of the Columbus Jewish Federatipn and the Columbus Je.wish Center at a reception in their honor on Sunday evening, Nov:: 23, following their performance. Nearly 300 members,of the Christian . and Jewish communities, representing all segments vjof 2 tn^ Columbus population, 2 met with the Panovs and heard Sidney I. Blatt, Columbus Jewish Fedef ia.tion President, laud them for their achievements. Mr. Blatt presented them with a plaque, on behalf of the Col un\ b u s J e w i s h Federation, which expressed the appreciation of the Columbus Jewish community to the Panovs for their symbolizing of the aspiration of all Soviet Jews for freedom. Pauline Kahn, chairman of the Soviet Jewry Committee of the CRC, presented the Panovs with a bouquet of roses, and the thanks of the entire community. Valery Panov responded, in Russian, to the presentation by expressing his gratitude for the efforts of all Americans to denounce the UN resolution on Zionism and by pointing out the need for unity to fight tyis Soviet- inspired anti-Semitism. Galina Panov, in English, thanked Columbus for its graciousness. . Earlier, Mayor Tom Moody had presented the Panovs, on the stage of Vets Memorial, with a Citation from Gov. James Rhodes and a statuette of Christopher Columbus, on his own behalf; * ' The teception was held at (CONTINUED ON PAGE 13) "The Columbus community has responded in an admirable way to the dinner in honor of Paula Weiner," it was announced by Dr. B. B. Caplan, Chapter President of Columbus Men's ORT, and Dinner Chairman. The dinner is slated for Sunday, Dec. 7, at the . Agudas Achim Synagogue, starting with a Reception at 6:15 p.m. Tributes from the national leadership of ORT have been received, sharing in this laudatory tribute to an outstanding ORT-ist and communally-involved woman. Mr. Nathan , Gould, Executive Vice President of Women's American' ORT, wrote, "I think that it is a marvelous tribute to you, and I know of no one who more genuinely deserves this recognition." "Columbus Men's ORT deserves congratulations for selecting Paula Weiner as its (CONTINUED ON PAGE 14) Public Schools. The trial before U.S. District Judge Robert Duncan is expected to begin in January, and a multi-faith group, the Coalition of Religious Congregations, circulated the peace pledge, asking the religious community to take the lead in stressing non-violence, no matter how the judge 'ultimately rules." 8 5.0 ' religious congregations were asked to sign the pledge. 156 indicated their agreement with the pledge at a ceremony Monday at the Trinity Episcopal Church. They included the Columbus Board of Rabbis, the Columbus Jewish Federation, the Federation's Community Relations (CONTINUED ON PAGE 131 Launch Drive For Democracy In Jewish Life fed finkelstein Memorial Fund Established At Heritage House The Board of Directors Of Heritage House in tribute to the late beloved Ted Finkelstein, Treasurer of Heritage House, has established a Memorial Fund iii his memory. "The entire Heritage House Family is saddened by the untimely passing of Ted Finkelstein who has served with distinction as a long time member of the Heritage House Board of Directors' and held the offices Associate Treasurer and Treasurer," stated J. Maynard Kaplan, President of Heritage House. Mr. Kaplan noted, "Ted's mother, of blessed mem¬ ory, was one of the original founders of the Columbus Jewish Home for Aged on Woodland Avenue. Ted has carried on the family tradition of service and support to Heritage House through the years." The many friends and relatives of Ted may, if they wish, contribute to this special Memorial Fund. The Heritage House Memorial Committee together with the ' family will determine a suitable memorial, keeping in mind Ted and Jane's great interest in the Golden Art Fund at Heritage House. A resolution noting Ted's outstanding devotion and service to Heritage House will be presented to the family at the Jan. 23 meeting of the Board of Directors. Contributions should be made out to Heritage House and ear-marked for the Ted Finkelstein Memorial Fund. " By fiavid Friedman NEW YORK (JTA) - Rabbi Meir Kahane, head of the Jewish Defense League, on Nov. 25 urged the supporters of his "Democracy in Jewish Life" movement ' to obtain signatures from at least 250,000 American Jews before holding an election to name national and local leaders of the Jewish community. Speaking to more than 100 persons at a conference at the New York Hilton at which the drive was launched under an organization to be called DLIL (Democracy in Jewish Life) Kahane said that unless the quarter million figure was reached the election would not be accepted by the present Jewish establishment. It was also announced at the meeting that a national board will be named. However, Kahane urged that the JDL, which initiated the move for- the popular election of Jewish leaders, not lead the" drive in DIJL, "Take bUL out of the JDL and ' give it up to 'respectable' people" so that it will be accepted by the general Jewish community, the JDL founder urged. Kahane, who had predicted an overflow turnout for the conference, expressed disappointment at the sparse turnout. "That this room is not filled is an indictment not of , Jewish leaders but of the sheep who are being led to slaughter and are allowing themselves to be led," he declared. But most of Kahane's remarks were aimed at the leaders of Jewish organizations, particularly those in the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, whom he (CONTINUED ON PAGE IS) CJF Adopts Budget Formula The Board of Trustees of the Columbus Jewish Federation at its Nov. 24 meeting, has adopted a pre- campaign budget formula, designed to provide a method in advance of the campaign to distribute campaign funds relating to a level of campaign achievement. The formula has no application to any single or specific agency, and does not guarantee any agency an allocation in advance of the campaign. Even within the formula, flexibility of determining specific allocations is permitted. The following formula was adopted: 1. All funds for the Israel Emergency Fund of the United Jewish Appeal shall be earmarked for UJA less shrinkage arid any other costs directly attributable. 2. In the Regular Cam¬ paign, the following fixed items-shall be provided for: shrinkage, campaigning and administrative expenses, I due to Large City Budgeting 7 (CONTINUEo'ON PAGE 13>- The Moynihan?Foreign Policy Est0Ushmeht ict ■ By Joseph Polakoff WASHINGTON (JTA) - Daniel Patrick Moynihan's "almost-resignation" as the chief American representative at the United Nations has sharpened the focus on the Washington Administration's continued reluctance to 2 deal effectively with enemies of democracy which have Israel, for the present, as their chief target. Despite the President's "complete confidence" in Moynihan's efforts at the UN and Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's insistence that there is "no question of muzzling him," it is widely believed that Moynihan is disenchanted with the foreign policy establishment in Washington because of its refusal to support him adequately and that he will step out once the' General Assembly completes its current session in New York. Whoever follows him, it is believed, will not be another Moynihan but a type that plays ball with the "quiet diplomacy" stylists. Moynihan's challenge to the detractors of democracy and the United. States itself has alarmed important policy makers, particularly the Arabist elements." It is this anxiety, some observers contend, that led to (tacit approval of B«tish Ambassador Ivor Richard's attack on his American counterpart before an American audience on American soil. Despite this triple violation of political . conduct between nations so closely allied as Britain and America, the State Department reacted with indifference to Richard's speech. Its attitude is seen as having reinforced a broad impression that the basis for the attack on Moynihan was hatched with, if not by, Moy nihan *s'. -; Washington colleagues.. London is seen as having its own motive' Baiting Moynihan is popu. . with his enemies^abroad and thus psychologically^helpful to London's policies, particularly economic. Some say, Moynihan's objective in being so pro-Israel and pro- democratic is to establish a solid political foundation in New York \ before announcing his, ^candidacy for , the U.S. Senate. Assailing enemies of Israel (CONTINUED ON PAGE 13) a .!; $!
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1975-12-04|
|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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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1975-12-04, page 01|
7,-j ri$4 rfi,
!_./ ?A_._Vi'4 •
,__ _^ _ ... __^_ ^ y
Zj(\vy7 Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years ^/Ava
LIBRARY, OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
1982 V5L.M* AVE.
OOU.O. 43211 ■