Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1977-04-28, page 01
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OHIOJE^ 1^3 HRONICLE _ . ^^y ZJLVu/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years y^//\\x . H£?Aft'Y' 0HI° HiSTonjcAL sooifirry 1982 VETLM,-. AVE.. ... -. • COLS. 0, 43211 .- EXCH VOL. 55 NO. 17 APRIL 28,1977 - IYAR10 l)»<rstrtf •• Amtr tin May 4 Is Day To Give Blood, Excuses Don't Hold Weight On Wednesday, May 4 from 12 noon until 6 p.m. the Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at The Jewish Center, 1125 College Ave. The'Jewish Community Blood Donor council urges residents to make an appointment today to give the gift of life. Better yet; make.two appointments, one for yourself and one for a friend. And be prepared with the answers to these excuses your friend may give: • I'm saving it for emergencies. (The need for blood is constant.) • My insurance company covers the blood I need. (Insurance can pay the medical costs of services to. blood but dollar bills can't be transfused. Blood comes from people for people.) • I already gave this year. (You may safely give every eight weeks.) • Other people must be giving enough blood. (The need is increasing at a consistent rate.) • I'm too old. (When in good health, donors may be 17 to65 years old.) • I'm too busy. (It only takes about an hour when / appointments are made in advance. > • The Red Cross makes too much money on my blood. (Red Cross does not sell blood — there are charges to the hospitals forepart of the expense of collecting, processing and! distributing this blood.) \ ■ • It may not be the right type. (All types are needed everyday.) • I need all the blood I have. (The average adult has 10 to 12 pints of blood and medical science research shows that the healthy person may safely give a unit of blood; the body replaces the volume within a few hours.) The list grows with time and your imagination. Blood comes only from people. It can't be manufactured. Your, gift could mean life for a sick child, an accident victim, or an elderly person facing surgery. -r ,.,... ...,., Dr. Norman -Hosansky, Blood Donor council. president, urges community members to forget the excuses and give life with blood on May 4. Ap- . pointments can be made by calling Dr. Hosansky at 235-8532 after 5 p.m. House Easily Passes Anti-Boycott Measure (Copyright, 1977, JTA, Inc.) By Joseph Palakoff WASHINGTON, (JTA) - With the House of Representatives having overwhelmingly approved without change its In¬ ternational. Relations Committee's bill to counter the Arab boycott of Israel and Americans who do business with Israel, foes of the measure were expected April 21 to,center their strength in the Senate to ease restrictions prohibiting Americans from complying with the boycott. The Senate "was expected to take up its Banking- Committee's version sometime this week. Since the Senate . legislation is certain tos differ ""from the House measure, the issues will be ultimately fought in the Senate-House measure, the issues will be ultimately fought in the Senate-House conference where, agreement must be attained before the Congress can vote on identical legislation. Anti-boycott proponents generally see the House measure as stronger than the Senate version since its restrictions are regarded as making it more difficult for Arab countries to maneuver American companies into discriminating against other Americans or circumventing the intent of the law. The Senate and House versions differ mainly on the unilateral selection clause and means of complying with local laws by a com¬ pany operating within an Arab country. With the acquiesence of the Carter Administration, the support pf organized labor and the leadership of both Republican and Democratic 'parties, a bipartisan wave of support buried the opposition to the legislation in the House by a better than 8-1 margin. The vote was 364-43 with 26 not voting. Some negative votes came from those who op¬ posed other sections of the Export Administration Act of which' the new anti- boycott legislation is a part. (CONTINUEDON PAGE 10) Gerald Kraft Chosen To Give Keynote At Guardian Event Honoring Sylvia Schecter Gerald Kraft, in¬ ternational Vice-president of B'nai B'rith and former president of District Two, will be the keynote speaker at the Columbus Guardian event in honor of Sylvia Schecter, which will take place on Sunday, May 15, at the Agudas Achim Synagogue at 12 noon. He will also speak at the Guardian event in Cin¬ cinnati, scheduled for Thursday, May 26, 12 noon, at the Terrace Hilton Hotel, in honor of Charles. Tobias, Gerald Kraft Rededi cation Urged Campaign Totals Revealed At Solidarity Event "The 1977 United Jewish Fund Campaign achieve¬ ment of $2,750,000," said . -. General - Chairman. -Irving. Schottenstein, "is the greatest achievement of any Columbus campaign except for the Yom Kippur War . campaign. Jewish Center To Host Desegregation Program A look at .desegregating Columbus public schools and the plan being formulated to achieve it will be presented May 4 at 8 p.m. at the Jewish Center. Titled "Everything You Want To Know About Desegregating . Columbus Public Schools and Would Like To Ask," the program will be open to the public. The public affairs program is being produced by the Adult Services Committee of the Center. Admission is free. Panelists will include Dr. William W. Wayson, professor of educational development at Ohio State University; Lila Carol, consultant to the Coalition of Religious Congregations- (CORC); and Barbee W. Durham, past president of the Columbus chapter of the National Association' for the Advancement of Colored People. Dr. Wayson, who will serve as moderator, is recognized nationally as an authority on drawing up public school desegregation plans and will explain some of the major problems in¬ volved. Mrs. Carol represents CORC, a group of approximately 200 local congregations of various religious faiths who are pjedged to" peaceful in¬ tegration of the schools. Mr. Durham presently serves on two committees and chairs a sub-committee /organized to develop a desegregation plan by Joseph Davis, acting superintendent of Columbus public schools. In a landmark decision handed down March 8, Federal Judge Robert M. Duncan found Columbus schools to be unlawfully segregated and ordered school officials to develop a desegregation plan. "This program will inform people of the facts in the school situation, how our schools got the way they are,. the problems involved in desegregating and about key (CONTINUEDON PAGE9) "We are proud of our community and our workers, but it is an absolute .necessity, lor „us~.all ,.to~ rededicate ourselves to the. completion of our task this year. To reach the $2,750,000 total every card still out¬ standing must be covered.", Mr. Schottenstein and the divisional chairmen reported the achievements of each division and of the overall campaign at the Solidarity Day program on April 17. . David Levison, reporting for the, Advance Gifts Division, noted a total achievement of $2,090,405; George Rosenberger, chairman of the Trades & Professions Division, reported a 1977 achievement of $201,258 and Don Garlikov, co-chairman of the Young Men's Division, reported their achievement of $142,355. Judy Swedlow, Women's . Division chairwoman,. reported an achievement of $253,305 and Linda Selcer, co^chairwoman of the Young Women's Division, reported the achievement of $32,050. For the future leadership of the' .community, Marcie Golden, College Division co- chairperson reported- a $1,400 achievement on campus this year and Judy Adlerstein, co-chairperson of the Walk-A-Thon, reported that the Junior Division had raised ap- . proximately $2,300 from the Walk-A-Thon, plus $465 previously, for an ap¬ proximate total of $2,765. Mr. Schottenstein added that gifts from (CONTINUEDON PAGE4) Schaffer, Mellman Appointed Allocations Chairmen Lawrence D. Schaffer has been appointed chairman of the Allocations Committee of the Columbus Jewish Federation, and Myer W. Mellman has been appointed co-chairman, it was an¬ nounced today by Ernest Stern, president of the Columbus Jewish .Federation..,- Both Mr. Schaffer and Mr. Mellman are currently vice- presidents of the Columbus Jewish Federation, '|With Larry Schaffer and Myer Mejlman at the head of our Allocations Committee," said Mr. Stern, "I know that the years of experience they and the members of their various budget committees Lawrence D. Schaffer have will be effectively demonstrated in the allocations, budgeting and planning. This process has already begun, and will continue for the next two months. Raising the funds is Myer W. Mellman only the first step in our community process, allocating these funds ef¬ fectively is the other half of, our financial respon¬ sibility," Lawrence D. Schaffer, a , realtor and builder, is an active community leader in many fields. He is a current or former member of the boards of the Columbus Jewish Federation, Heritage House, the ,OSU Hillel. Foundation, Tifereth Israel Congregation and , the Community Relations Committee. A past president of the Hillel Advisory Board, he is actively involved in Sigma Alpha Mil Fraternity, having served as its past international president., He is a past national chairman of the College Youth and Faculty Com¬ mittee of the -Council of Jewish Federations and (CONTINUEDON PAGE W) Jr. Mr. Kraft's association with B'nai B'rith began in 1945 through his affiliation with Indianapolis Chapter 520 of the Aleph Zadik Aleph and in his senior year was president of the Kentucky- ... Indiana^Ohio Region of AZA (1948) and a member of the ,. District and .In? ternational Boards of AZA (1948-49). While obtaining his (CONTINUEDON PAGE 11) Kosher Kafeteria To Offer Good Eating Sunday, May 1, is the day for Raanana's annual Kosher Kafeteria. The event will be held between 4 and 7 p.m. at Congregation Ahavas Sholom. Sarita Moss, chairwoman for the event, announces the following committee heads: food preparation, Sarita Moss and Fanny Schulte; serving, Lil Lewin; clean-up, Ruth Seidemann; ad book, Barbara Vinar and. Bea Gurevitz; bake sale and raffle, Bea Gurevitz and publicity, Annice Grinberg, A wide variety of delicious foods will be served in- . eluding such favorites as . chOpped liver,,.- stuffed cabbage, oven-fried chicken and noodle kugel. Prices, are reasonable so the entire family can participate. Carry-put- service will also be available. . •,, Cakes, cookies, and other treats baked by Raanana members will be sold in conjunction with the Kosher Kafeteria. Also, the drawing for Raanana's current raffle will be held. The prize is a " $100 gift certificate -from Martin's Foods. The seller of the most raffle tickets will receive a $20 gift certificate. '
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1977-04-28|
|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, 1977-04-28, page 01|
_ . ^^y
ZJLVu/ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years y^//\\x .
H£?Aft'Y' 0HI° HiSTonjcAL sooifirry
1982 VETLM,-. AVE.. ... -. •
COLS. 0, 43211 .- EXCH
VOL. 55 NO. 17
APRIL 28,1977 - IYAR10