Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1977-07-28, page 01
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1^ PRONICLB IulU/ Irving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years ^Q^Gt. I BRAKY, OHIO HfSTOftlCAL SOC WT(. 982 VELMr. AVE. OLtf. 0, 43211 EXCH VOL. 55 NO. 30 JULY 28,1977-AV 13 Begin Proposes Separate Negotiations With Each Arab Country At Geneva Conference .WASHINGTON (WNS) - Israeli Premier Menachem Begin unveiled a "frame¬ work for the peacemaking process" at a press confer¬ ence July 20 which calls for Israel to hold separate talks with Egypt, Syria, Jordan and possibly Lebanon at the Geneva conference. The press conference, which was carried live by satelite to Is¬ rael Television, came after Begin had completed two days of talks with President Carter including a one and one-half hour private session with the President in private quarters following a working dinner at the White House July 19. Carter, after seeing Begin off following their third and final meeting July 20, told an impromptu news conference that he believes the "ground¬ work" has been laid "that will lead to a Geneva confer¬ ence in October." He said Secretary of State Cyrus Vance will goto the Middle East in August to discuss plans for the conference. The President said -that there are "strong matter of differences between Arab UJF Campaign Pledges Pass 76 Total Masada B'nai B'rith Women and their children are busy getting ready for "Alice in Magicland," a chil¬ dren's fashion show set for Thursday, August 11 at the downtown Union store. Shown above wearing some of the fall fashions to be featured in the show are (front 1, to r.) Lisa Gitten, Rena Haas and Danny Weinstein. In r the back are Masada members and mothers, Paula Weinstein /seated) and Bette Gitten. BBW 'Magicland' To Feature Tricks, Treats And Fashions The Amazing Dr. Jeb, a for parents professional local magician, / alike. and children will be only one of the many special attractions planned for the "Alice in Magicland" children's fashion show on Thursday, August 11. Sponsored by Masada Chapter of Btaai B'rith Wo¬ men in conjunction with The Union department store, the 1:30 p.m. event will be held in the fourth floor special events center of ThO Union , downtown, 130S. High St. Jeptha Hostetler, alias Dr. Jeb, .an associate professor of anatomy at Ohio State, has spent 15 years as a mag¬ ic hobbyist.- It all began with a beginner's magic kit which he bought shortly after grad^ uating from Goshen College, Goshen, Ind. -—The ^act ..usually includes his wife, Joyce, and their -three.daughters, Jodi, Jill and Julie. They perform reg¬ ularly at Columbus area clubs and stores. The 25 to 30 minute magic show includes live animals as well as Dr. Jeb's bag of tricks. Tiu>' afternoon of magic will include the modeling of fall fashions from leading children's manufacturers. Models will be children of Masada .members as well as other local youth. • Refreshments of punch and cookies will be served and door prizes will be awarded. This- afternoon of fashion and fun is planned A major, new fundraising project for Masada, all pro¬ ceeds from this event will, help support. B'nai. B'rith Women's various philan¬ thropies. - Adyance tickets are cur¬ rently being sold at $1.50 per adult and 75 cents per child (age 12 and under). They can be obtained through any Masada member or by cal¬ ling Enid Holland, 864-1367 or Lorie Horowitz, 459-0183. Babysitting, will .be avail¬ able a,t a minimal fee for those who don't want to take their young children. More details on the babysitting can be obtained by calling theabovew^pien. The pledges received for the 1977 United Jewish Fund Campaign, through July 15, "Rave already passed the to¬ tal raised in the 1976 cam¬ paign, according to a state¬ ment made today by Irving Schottenstein, chairman of the 1977 United Jewish Fund Campaign of the Columbus Jewish Federation. "I am proud.to be able to announce today that we have received a total of $2,664,136.00 in pledges for the .1977.' campaign," said Schottenstein, "as compared ' to $2,473,155,00 at the same time last year. We have al¬ ready received more in pledges, for the 1977 cam¬ paign than the total received for the 1976 campaign, which was $2,636,727." "As magnificent as these, figures are, and as indica¬ tive as they are of the fact that the Jews of Columbus are/responding positively to the -needs' of our people in Columbus, in Israel and throughout the world," said Schottenstein, "the fact is that we have done our alloca¬ ting on the basis of a final campaign achievement'. of $2,727,743. Unless we reach at least that figure, we will be unable to meet the obliga¬ tions-to which we have al¬ ready committed ourselves, and services in, Columbus and in Israel will be deprived ' Irving Schottenstein of much needed funds. "Further, we have re¬ ceived 3659 pledges to the 1977 campaign, but that'does not represent anywhere near the total number' of adult Jews in Columbus. I want to express my appreciation to everyone who has pledged, and to all who have worked in the campaign, but I want to urge everyone who has not yet made a pledge to search his or her heart and deter¬ mine if a pledge is, indeed, a ■ possibility. There are very few among us who do not have the ability to make even a token pledge to the needs of our people, and I strongly urge that every at¬ tempt be made by those who have not yet pledged to do so," he concluded. . The 1977 United Jewish Sotf 'jC'Sfeawt Twiofc' To Ifce £r#te fywibk CwMtmiwoj Place Your New Year Greeting In The OfflO.IEWlMi?feirROM(:LE SKZ5H C^twwXw at* C—trall OWt J»-»fc Cwwmwttfir fcr Osm =SBE New Year Edition See Page 3 For Further Details Fund Campaign is attempt¬ ing to complete the solicita¬ tion of all previous contribu¬ tors. Those who are a former contributors, and especially those who have never contri¬ buted, are urged to contact Avrom Fox at the Columbus Jewish Federation (237- 7686). (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) and Israeli leaders but we have not found them to be so adamant in -their positions that they are not eager for accommodations.." He said they all agree on the need for peace based on United Na¬ tions Security Council Reso¬ lutions -242 and 338. Carter said that "now is the time to be quiet on the specifics" of a Mideast settlement.. , White House Press Secre¬ tary Jody Powell later ex¬ plained that this decision to be silent about specifics was a "new phase" in the peace¬ making process and that "this phase is a sign of prog¬ ress." Begin also said at his press conference that there should be a "moratorium" on political discussions until the Geneva Conference. Begin at his press confer¬ ence, flatly ruled out any^ne- gotiations with the Palestine (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Mrs. Siegel Selected As 1977 Award Recipient Mrs. Bruce Siegel has been selected as the, 1977 recipient of. the Therese Stern Kahn Memorial Young Leadership Award and will represent the Columbus Jewistr Federation at the general assembly of the Council of • Jewish Federa¬ tions & Welfare Funds to be held in Dallas, Texas, November 9 to 13, it was an¬ nounced today by Marvin Glassman, chairman of the ■ 1977 Young Leadership Award Committee. • ^. „ Ellen Siegel is a member • of the Board of Trustees of the Columbus Jewish Feder¬ ation. She served as co- chairwoman and chairwo- tr. in of the Young "Women's Division of the United Jewish Fund'Campaign, in 1974 and 1975 respectively. She is a member Of the Com¬ munity Relations Committee and a board member of the Jewish Family Service. She also serves as a mem¬ ber of the board of the Columbus Torah Academy and is a member of the Education & Culture Budget Committee of the Federa¬ tion. She is a member of O.R.T., Brandeis Women, B'nai B'rith Women, Heritage House Auxiliary, Ahavas- Sholom Congrega¬ tion and Temple Israel. . In making the announce¬ ment, Glassman, himself the first recipient pi the Therese Stern Kahn award in I960, stated, "Ellen Siegel haside- monstrated her commitment Mrs. Bruce Siegel and dedication to the Colum¬ bus Jewish Federation and to the community through per participation in so many of its major activities-. There can be no better tribute to Ellen than to select her as the recipient of this coveted award." The purpose of the award is to annually recognize a young person who has shown active interest in and devo¬ tion, to the Federation, the Jewish communal agencies and the genera) community of Columbus. The award will be formally presented to Mrs. Siegel at the annual meeting of the Federation, which will be held on Octo¬ ber 16 at Winding Hollow Country Club. The theme of the 1977 an¬ nual dinner is to honor and pay tribute to the recipients . of the Therese Stern Kahn Young Leadership Award, which was endowed' by William V. Kahn 18 years ago.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1977-07-28|
|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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