Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1977-02-03, page 01
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: i *?j JjfapMCLE ZJIAV// Servin9 Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years \y/\\K LIBRARY, OHIO HISTORICAL SOC LErTY 1982 VELMA AV*E» COLtf. 0. 43211 EXOH VOL. 55 NO. 5 FEBRUARY .1, 1977 - SHEVAT 15 School Replacement Programs Planned, Registration Now On The Jewish Center, realizing the urgent needs of families during this time while Schools are closed, has planned a series of creative, learning, and dynamic pro¬ grams to augment and 'supplement regular schooling. For children' in grades kindergarten through six, a nine-day special program meeting on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, has been planned for three Weeks', beginning on Februarys and ending of Feb. 25- In addition, mini special interest groups in various areas have been planned during this time. These include "Pantomime, if you don't mime," a group exploring creative expression through various types of movement; story¬ telling, illustrating, and .binding books; and , the "Senses," a lab-type work¬ shop learning about the diverse aspects of life. Registration forthese pro¬ grams must be done in per¬ son at the. Jewish -Genter-by- « Sunday, Feb. 6.' For more information about these and other programs, watch for flyers or mailings or call-the Jewish Center, Youth Services Department at 231- 2731. Programs for junior and senior high students have' also been planned and include film - day, toboggoning, creative wilting class, as well as other special events. Registration begins today at l p.m. and will continue until group enrollments are filled. SEE CENTER PAGE FOR MORE PROGRAMS Israel Urges U.S. To Intervene For Removal Of Syrian Troops in "ine bunsnine tsoys" opening at tne jewisn Center on Sat., Feb. 5, Burt Louis (center) plays the role of a theatrical agent who attempts to quell the stormy relationship between two veteran vaudeville comics played by Eddie Kaye (left) and Abe Green (right) who have beenjeuding with each other for years. The Gallery Players production runs until Feb. 20 along with a photographic exhibition from the Jewish Muesum entitled "The Lower East Side: Portal to American Life." 'Sunshine' To Rise Saturday At Columbus Jewish Center One of-the most successful Broadway stage comedies of the past decade, "The Sun¬ shine Boys" by Neil Simon, will be presented by Gallery Players at The Jewish Cen¬ ter, 1125 College Ave., begin- i-ning- .iwith. ^atr^oampagne. opening on Saturday, Feb. 5 at8:30p.m. .- - With the Broadway open¬ ing of this outlandishly merry, but compassionate play, all the New York drama critics declared Neil Simon "has done it again," as they had invariably done at openings ot "Barefoot in the Park," "The Odd Couple," "Plaza Suite," "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," and all his other previous hits. - The play revolves around. Lewis and Clark, two vener¬ able, retired ex-vaude- villians. Together for 43 years they had been a B.v Gil Sedan (Copyright 11177, JTA, Inc.) JERUSALEM (JTA) - Israel has been urging the United States to intervene tirmly with Damascus (or the removal of Syrian troops from Nabatiyeh in southern Lebanon 10 miles from the Israeli border ^.Israel is taking a very serious view of what it regards as an alter¬ ation of the status quo in Lebanon and is apparently disturbed that Washington does not regard the matter with similar urgency. The State Department indicated Jan. 26 that it took a calm view of troop move¬ ments by what it termed the "Arab deterrent force" which ' consists mainly of Syrian" formations- supposedly under the orders of President Elias Sarkis of Lebanon. But Israel con¬ siders the Syrians presence at Nabatiyeh as part of plans to establish a permanent Syrian base in southern Syria intervened in the Lebanese civil war last year. Israel rejects Damascus' contention "that the troop movements are intended only to block terrorist inlil tration of southern Lebanon. Israel has reportedly urged the U.SM. not to permit Syria to establish a. .pre¬ cedent and intensive con¬ tacts between Jerusalem andi Washington continued .Ian. 27. Israel wants to resolve the crisis quietly and the impression here is that the (CONTINUEDON PAGE9J, nationally famous act — "The Sunshine Boys." Apart, they rare a couple of lonely old men, nursing grudges against each other. Willie Clark, who in the Gallery Players production - is- ^layed--hjj^Eddia.rKay«*'-^Lebano**B'*viOlation.'-of-.thev wilts in his- shabby hotel tacit agreenient. between room watching endless soap Israel, Syria1 and the U.S. (continuedon page <si that has prevailed ever since Carter Support Expected For New Anti-Boycott Legislation UJFC Gala Event To Be Sun., » Of Location Announced Changi ./The leadership, of the United Jewish Fund Cam¬ paign has announced the gala evening of "Conversa¬ tion and Canapes/' to be held at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 6, will be "at Ilonka's,. ■ 4040 E. Broad St. Both' men and women are joining in- this major function on behalf of the 1977 campaign." Joining . with the guest speaker, General Shaul Rosolio, the former inspector general of the Israel State Police, will be four Israeli Air Force offi¬ cers participating in the "Conversation" part of the evening, (with an opportunity for all guests to meet and to speak with these Israeli officers. This is a historic first for the United Jewish Fund Campaign, for it is a com¬ bined function of both the Men's and Women's - Divi¬ sions. The requested mini- mpm gift for men is $1,000 and for women $250. There is no charge of admission to the function and anyone desiring to make a last minute re¬ servation may call the Fed¬ eration office at 237-7687 for information. General Rosolio,' who is currently in the United States to lecture at the Har¬ vard Law School, .has a distinguished career since a youngster in Jhe Haganah, being involved bolh in the military and with security (CONTINUEDON PAGES) WASHINGTON (WNS) - Sens.- Harrison Williams Jr. '(D-NY) and William Proxmire (D-Wisc) intro¬ duced Jan. 10 new legislation making it illegal for American companies to participate in the boycott of Israel in any manner. The bill, to be known as the Export Administration and Foreign Boycott Amendment Act of 1977, is designed to toughen the anti- boycott provisions of the Export Administration Act which expired last November after a filibuster, believed initiated by the Ford Administration, pre¬ vented adoption of the necessary legislation. The Carter Administration is expected to support the bill as indicated by the testi¬ mony of Mrs. Juanita Kreps, secretary of commerce, at her confirmation hearing Jan. 10. Appearing before the ' Senate Commerce Committee, Mrs. Kreps was asked by Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan (D-NY) whether President Carter would support a new boycott bill. She said the Administration was on record in favor of such legislation. • "This would be not only . . (CONTINUEDON PAGE*) Female Secretary Of State To Address Young Women's Division On February 10 Gloria ■ Schaffer, the dynamic and distinguished secretary of stale of Connecticut since 1971, will be the guest speaker at the Young Women's Division major fund-raising lunch¬ eon, to be held Thursday, Feb. 10 at noon at the Governor's Mansion, *358 N. Parkview. Mrs. Carol Dragul, a national commissioner of the Anti-Defamation League, and a past president of the Cincinnati Jewish Commun¬ ity Relations Committee, will be the guest speaker at 'an-evaning dessert to be held on Thursday, Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Ann Mirman. Prior to becoming secretary of state,. Mrs. Schaffer was the first woman to serve in the Connecticut State Senate. She ran unsuccessfully for the Senate.against Lowell Wicker in 1976, and was the only woman to run for- the United States Senate in 1976 on a major party ticket. Both President Kennedy and President Johnson appointed her to the US. Commission on UNESCO. Mrs. Schaffer has also served as a representative to the White House Conference on Education and has been a member- of the National Education Committee- of the States. Mrs. Schaffer has been very active in the Jewish community of Hartford and received the Human Rela- , Mrs. Carol Dragul lions Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews. She Is a life member of Brandeis University Women's Committee arid a member of Hadassah. Reservations forthis "Day of Impact" can be made by calling Leah Zivony at 235- 1185 or Carol Genshaft at 237- 8309. The cost for the luncheon is $2 . and babysitting is available, at the Governor's Mansion Center Promotes Lifetime Activities American Schools Breed Inactive Youth By Lauri Zofan Chronicle-News Editor PART II (Editor's Note; Last week's Chronicle discussed Dr. Ruskin's views on the general physical condition ol the American Jew.) -Certain aspects of the American school system are seen by Dr. Hillel Ruskin, an Israeli consultant to the National Jewish Welfare Board, as detrimental to the physical health of today's youth. Hillel Ruskin Dr. Ruskin claims that the American educational system fosters the disease of 'spectatoritis." "Most of the physical education teachers in the American school system pay attention .mainly to the representative, competitive teams," he noted. He says that most of the students are left on the side¬ lines' to observe the team, and by this the student is conditioned that he likes to see other people doing things, but that he doesn't like to do them himself. After the age of 18. Dr. . Ruskin feels it is hard to change these earlier^ motivational factors. In .'addition, Dr. Ruskin pointed out that these team sports, which usually begin, on the junior highlevel, are nofe* -lifetime sports. (CONTINUEDON PAGE 81.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1977-02-03|
|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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