Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1978-08-31, page 01
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t _' _!"" I -/ HRONICLE /JJAw Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years mA__ 1°&Vd»°»&H,3r°»'°^ *«H*rr <»w.Oi,-4Klf ' EX0H VOL.56 NO.33 AUGUST 23,1978-AV 21 FOCAL Continues Efforts To Rally College Ave. Support FOCAL (For Our College . Avenue Location) is continuing its efforts to rally public support for, rebuilding the Columbus Jewish Center at 1125 College Ave., next door to Heritage House and Heritage Towers, The Jewish Federation-Jewish Family I Service (Melton Building), and Beth Jacob Synagogue. . 7 The membership, ranks of FOCAL are swelling, as each day more and more community residents and convinced by demographic, moral and common-sense arguments for choosing the present location over an as- yet-unspecified site close to the 270 outerbelt. We do not claim to have all the facts that will determine which site is best. The Executive Board of the Jewish Center has chosen to keep much of their information (such as exact site location, name. 6f the cominun- ity leaders who want the al- ternate location, the Center's most recent pols of Jewish community needs and trends) to themselves, hopefully, planning to make. these important details . public at the Sept. 18 open meeting. We urge all concerned citizens of the Colum- - bus Jewish community to at- . tend this meeting—whatever (CONTINUEDON PAGE 3) Israel Will Not Offer Alternative To Peace Plan At Camp David Center Staffers To Israel Recently Dr. Early Yaillen (middle in picture), Director of JWB's Training Services came to Columbus to hold a briefing session for the participants from the midwest going on the JWB Israeli Seminar in September. Carolyn Friedman (left) and Nancy Lewis _ (right), staff members of the Jewish Center, will be -leaving for Israel to take part in this seminar experience. <see page is for storyi Community High School Plans Registration Session The," Community High School of Jewish Studies, will hold its first session registration on Wed., Sept. 20 from 7 to 8 p.m. at Congregation Tifereth Israel, 1354 E. Broad St***- According to Anne Bonowitz, the school's principal, students will- be' able to register- for the' following, courses at that time:.Rabbinic Literature— Mishna, Talmud and Donald Garlikov To Chair Federation Young Men Div. ' Donald E. Garlikov has been appointed chairman of the 1979 Young Men's Division of the Columbus Jewish Federation, Federation President Ernest Stern has announced. Garlikoy successfully served in the same capacity during the 1978 United Jewish Fund Campaign, during which the Young Men's Division reached its highest campaign achieve': ment in a non-war year, surpassing $175,000. This represents more than a 65% increase when compared on a card-to-card basis to the 1977 campaign. Donald Garlikov Actively involved in many Federation and community activities,' Garlikov is cur-1 "rently a member of the Federation Board of Trustees, and the Education and Culture Budget Committee. Since 1977, he 1ms been a cabinet member "of the' United Jewish Appeal National Young Leadership Cabinet. In addition to serving as Young Men's Division Chairman since-1978, he was co- chairman of that .division during the 1970-77 campaign. He was chairman of the Young Men's Division's annual "Night for Life" event in 1975 and served as chairman of the 1974 Young Leadership -Development Program. - "7 Garlikov, who holds menv' bershipin both B'nai B'rith and Congregation Tifereth Israel, has been assistant treasurer of the Jewish Family Service since 1976. During 1978-77, he served as Camp Chairman >for The Jewish" Center. He is also a board member of the Central 1 I ', J i I I (CONTINUED ON PAGE?) Rambam; Jewish History- Biblical Period, 1st and 2nd Temples, Medieval; Modern and Zionism;' Language- Beginners Hebjrew, Interme- ' diate Hebrew, Advanced Hebrew and " Biblical Hebrew; and Bible—Torah and Prophets. The school's faculty includes: Dr. Irving Fried, Ms.-Carol Folkerth, Moses Gaynor, Mrs. Tobi Greenfield, Ms. Pam Nadel, Dr. David Salczer,. Merrill Shapiro, Ms. Miriam Stadt- ler, Rabbi Sheldon Switkin and Ken Winiarz. . The Community High School of Jewish Studies was developed one year ago as an outgrowth of the Tifereth Israel high school program and is subsidized by "the Federation. Irying Baker serves as chairman of the Community High School, which was initially established as a sub-committee of the Jewish Education Committee of the Federation. The program, which is housed in Tifereth Israel's facilities, is open to all teenagers in the community. A brochure has been mailed to the area high school students, and those wanting further information can contact Mrs. Bonowitz at Tifereth Israel. The high school program was developed in cooperation with the following: Agudas Achim Synagogue, Congregation Ahavas Sholom, Beth Jacob Congregation, Congregation Beth Tikvah; Congregation Tifereth Israel, Temple Israel, Columbus Hebrew 'School and;Columbus /Torah ■ Academy/' -' - ' ■ JERUSALEM (WNS)- Premier Menachem Begin will offer no alternative to Israel's peace plan when he meets with President Carter and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat at Camp David. The meeting at the President's mountain retreat in Maryland which was scheduled for Sept. 5 may not be held until Sept. 6 or later because Sadat wants to stop off on his way to the United States in Paris and meet with French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing. Begin received approval for his stand at the meeting of the Cabinet Aug. 27 which also stressed that Israel will work toward achieving peace at the summit meeting, and toward the continuation of negotiations with Egypt beyond Camp David. "I don't want to think of .^failure," Begin told reporters after the Cabinet meeting. "We are going with goodwill and open minded- ness concerning all proposals toys." Begin stressed ' to re^rtejrejhat the, Israeli J[ pldn only includes autonomy (self-rule) for the Arabs on . the West Bank and the-Gaza Strip and not sovereignty. "If anybody-suggests foreign soverignty then we shall discuss our sovereignty," he said. "In our peace plan we said obviously and clearly that- Isrel has a right to demand sovereignty in Judaea and Samaria and the GazaStrip." Meanwhile, it was announced that the 11-member delegation to Camp David will include Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan and Defense Minister Ezer Weizman, as . well '.as such specialists as Gen. Avraham Tamir, head of the army's planning branch, and Meir Rosenne, legal advisor to the Foreign Ministery. But Deputy Premier Yigael Yadin will not be going. Yadin announced that he has decided not to attend the conference. This prevents a dispute in the government coalition since the National Religious Party has demanded that if Yadin attends then so should one of its ministers. Yadin, whose Democratic Movement for Change has split in two now commands the_ Democratic (CONTINUEDON PAGE 3) New Pope Expected To Have Good Relations With Jews By David Friedman NEW YORK (JTA)-An American, who was the only rabbi to be present at Vatican II presided over by the last two Popes, said today that their .successor, Pope John-Paul I, "will be good for the Jews." • Rabbi . Marc.. , H. Tanenbaum, national inter-" religious affairs director of the American Jewish Committee,- explained- his remark by saying that the former Cardinal Albino Luciani "possesses the warm touch of Pope John XXIII and the practical Leaders To Be Recognized At Federation Annual Mtg. One of the features of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Columbus Jewish Federation will be the recognition of several of its key leaders. The dinner meeting will be held on Sunday evening, Sept! 24 at 6:30 p.m'. at Winding Hollow Country Club. A special award will be given to Ernest Stern, who has served for two years as President of the Federation. Mr. Stern will present a brief report of Federation activities during the past year. In recognition of his out-' standing leadership.as the 1978 General Chairman of the United Jewish Fund campaign, a special award will ge given to B. Lee Skilken. Four special awards will be conferred upon the leadership of thcJsrael 30 "Partners in Freedom" event held this past May. N. Victor Goodman served as overall chairman, Judith Swedlow _s' vicechairman,! Raymond and Pauline Kahn as chairman of the Jewish Center Expo, and Joyce Zacks, as chairman of the , "Partners in Freedom" reception. Finally, Dennis Mellman will be honored as the 1978 recipient of the -Therese Stern Kahn Young Leadership Award. Fred Yenkin, chairman of the Selection Committee, will confer the award upon Mr. Mellman. - The invocation at the dinner will'be delivered by Rabbi Sheldon Switkin of Tifereth Israel. Rabbi Switkin also serves as chairman of the Columbus Boarfl;. of Rabbis. The closing bene- f iction will 6e given by Rabbi Harvey Goldman, spiritual leader of Temple Israel. Invitations have been mailed and all members of the community are requested to return theft* R.S.V.P. cards at their earliest possible convenience. Reservations may also be made.bv calling the i Federation office, 237-7686. ' » wisdom of Pope Paul VI." The 65-year-old Luciani, who was Patriarch of Venice until his surprise election yesterday by' his fellow Carinals as the 263rd Supreme Pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church, selected a name that was apparently intended to signify he intended to continue the " work-of Tiis .two predeces-"' sors. "In recent "years as Cardinal of Venice, _ Pope John Paul made several statements in which he> expressed his great respect for the Jewish people and the Jewish religion," Tanenbaum said. "It remains to be seen as to how he will translate his positive attitudes toward the Jewish community into policies toward Israel and, in particular, toward Jerusalem." Tanenbaum noted that the ' AJCommittee looks forward to "an early opportunity for establishing a dialogue on all questions and particularly to - promoting peace between Israel and her Arab neighbors." . AJCommittee president Richard Maass issued a statement today in which his organizatiuon extended "its cordial and fraternal greetings" to the new Pope. "In a world that is threatened by potential nuclear destruction and hazunted by vast human needs of the poor and deprived, we pledge to cooperate with Pope John Paul, not only in promoting improved understanding between Catholics and Jews, but as well in advancing the cause of world peace, human rights and social justice," Maass said. , Israeli Delegation At Coronation Meanwhile, it was an- : nounced in Jerusalem today.. (CONTINUED ON PAdE9) "
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1978-08-31|
|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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