Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1979-11-15, page 01
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-r« <" fi i'w . HROMCLE /JlWy/Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over SO Years VyA\A X' Y <Y " 1 !i ♦ t.'- LIBRARY* OHIO HtSTOrHCAL S0<^&TY 1 982 VELMA AVE « COLS, 0# 43211 EXCH Vol.57 No. 47 NOVEMBER 15.1979-CHESHVAN 25 ) Ehrlich's !• i !; Responsibilities Spelled Out JERUSALEM (JTA)-r- The functions and responsibilities of second Deputy Premier Simcha Ehrlich were spelled out in a letter to him from Premier Menachem Begin which was made public immediately after the former Finance Minister assumed his new office Nov. 7. He will follow up on all Cabinet decisions; will maintain liaison with Jewish communities in the diaspora; and. will implement government policy toward Israeli Arabs. Observers believe, however, .that JShrlich's real function will be to hold together the various feuding elements . in Begin's coalition. Shimon Peres, leader of the opposition Labor Party, referred disparagingly to Ehrlich during- the Knesset debate on the Cabinet's reorganization as "the coalition plumber." But Ehrlich ignored such barbs. Talking to reporters last night he seemed to be relievedby his release frorii stewardship of Israel's troubled, economy which' had brought him under fire from opposition and coalition circles alike, including his own Liberal Party. He noted that he will become chairman of various-ministerial committees, including one for relations with the European Common Market countries and another dealing . with Galilee where the bulk of Israel's Arab population resides. He said that these ' (CONTINUED ON PAGE 16) Duo Reim To Highlight CTA Dinner * Present at the historical Cubbage Corners endowment announcement were (about 1. to r.) Ben M. Mandelkorn, Federation Executive Vice-President Emeritus and Endowment Fund Consultant; Marvin Katz, Chairman of the Center's Cubbage Corners - Development Committee; David Berman, Donor; William A. Goldman, Center President; Joseph Berman, Donor; Myer W. Mellman, Federation President; Barton R. Schachter, Center Executive Dir- * ector; and -Ben Goodman, Chairman of the Federations' Endowment Fund. Endowment Announced partnership arrangement between the Center and the Federation. The Federation owns the 28 acres, and the Center runs it. The land was originally donated, several years ago, by the Millard Cummins family. Marvin Katz, who chairs 0the Center's Cubbage Corners'Development Committee, has been working for \ several years ih helping to obtain this, endowment. • It was through Mr. Katz, that his uncles, David and Joseph Berman, have taken a strong interest in theproject This latest endowment is an example of how the Federation and one of its functional, agencies, The Jewish ' Center, are working together to further develop and enhance the community's communal facilities and The Endowment Fund of the Columbus Jewish Federation and The Jewish Center jointly announce'that David and Joseph Berman have made funds available, through the Endowment Fund, so that the Center can develop a family retreat and day camp site at the 28 acre Cubbage Corners, property on Hoover Reservoir. According Jo .-Center President William A. Gold-1 man, who accepted the endowment, on behalf of the Center, the Cubbage Corners > land-is currently used for campers in grades five through eight. With the planned development at the Gan ■ Mah Tov Campsite, a complete day camp/retreat facility will be built there. Ben Goodman, chairman of the Federation's Endowment Fund, explained that the Cubbage Corners site is a Duo Reim, Israel's most outstanding artists in the field of Chassidic music, will be the featured entertainment at the Torah Academy annual scholarship dinner on Sunday, Nov. 18. Benny Rosenbaum and Yisrael Gottesdiener, the two performers in the group, began performing in 1969 upon- their discharge from three years of army service in the Military Rabbinical Choir. They have consistently won prizes in the Chassidic and other music festivals. Their vast experience on stage was broadened by their own weekly Israeli television program as well as several appearances on NBC T.V. " Their talent and diverse repertoire have resulted in highly acclaimed tours in Switzerland, England, Belgium, Scotland, South America, Australia, South Africa programs. Agudas Achim Synagogue To Be Formally Dedicated i The Agudas Achim Congregation will hold a formal dedication of the Synagogue the weekend of Dec. 14 -16, ■ in conjunction with the Holiday of Hanukkah. Mr. William L. Goodman, a past president- and chairman of the board, was elected general chairman for this milestone in the history of the congregation. Mr. Steven Shkolnik, a' past president of the brotherhood and presently vice chairman of the board, was- elected vice chairman. The festivities will begin with Friday evening services Dec. 14 at 8:15 p.m., and will feature Mr. Irving Amen, noted artist and designer of the stained glass windows on the Alter of the Sanctuary, who will describe the religious aspect of'the windows, which depict the twelve tribes of Israel. An Oneg Shabbat will follow, sponsored by the sisterhood. Saturday, Dec. 15, Sabbath services will be dedicated to many loyal and devoted members of Agudas Achim Congregation. A Kiddush <«vv.n,;i -y <-$H^y^ Steven Shkolnik William L. Goodman will be sponsored by the con1- gregation. Saturday evening will feature the congregation's Annual Hanukkah dance, sponsored. by the Brotherhood and Sisterhood. On Sunday, Dec 16, at 2 p.m., the synagogue will be formally dedicated at a ceremony held in the sanctuary. A reception will follow sponsored by the Brotherhood. The entire Jewish Community is invited to attend the dedication services. n%M ' '-"ji ML* ' ><&• ' f*f J. ■'a ■ J,':-'- ■■■:'■ '-.r»..(li . F£?- DUORE1M Benny Rosenbaum aid Yisrael Gottesdiener and United States. The annual scholarship dinner will also feature the seventh grade class in an original script by Ruth Abramson. The script deals with a Hebrew poet answering-the question "Where Art Thou?" Pam Klynn, president of Gallery Players, is directing the production. The kosher dinner will be at the Sheraton-Columbus with a sherry hour at 6:30 p.m. starting the evening. Silver tickets are. $70 per couple and Gold tickets are' $125 per couple. Proceeds from the dinner are used for the continuation of Torah .Academy's scholastic endeavors. Erosion In Attitude Toward Jews Noted CHICAGO, (JTA)-After 30 years of relative security and' sympathy, resulting from the memories of the Holocaust; an erosion has taken place in the attitude to- Reader's Theatre Presentation Will Conclude JC Book Fair Gallery Players of the Jewish Center will present Arnold Moss.^one of the country's most distinquished and versatile actors, in,a special reader's theatre presentation of "A Special People" on Saturday and Sunday evenings, Dec. 1 and 2. Moss' appearance at The Jewish Center, 1125 College Avenue,, will climax a week- long Book Fair celebration. (See related story Pg. 12.)"" Known nation-wide through his television, motion picture, radio "and Broadway appearances, Arnold Moss has been called by major critics "one of the best American actors we have." He has won especially high praise for hisjnterpretations of leading-roles in Shakespeare and in plays by foremost American playwrights. His twertty-four Hollywood films include featured appearances in . "Viva Zapata," "Kim" and "Gambit." "A Special People" is culled from the pages of some of America's most' inspiring Jewish writers. In his presentation, Moss dramatically throws a refreshingly new light on the gaiety, the tenderness, the tragedy, the pride and wisdom of the Jewish experience in America, A Ph.D. in Theatre and former President of his college's chapter of Phi Beta- Ir Arnofd Moss Kappa, Moss has recently served as Distinquished Visiting Professor at the University- of Connecticut, the College of William and Mary, and Purdue University. In November, 1978 he. was awarded the coveted Townsend Harris Medal by the Alumni Association of New York's City College-r-a rare honor reserved for those graduates who- have brought the highest distinction to their professions. Moss' career is chronicled at length in Who's Who in America and'Who's Who in the American Theatre. Tickets are now on sale at The Jewish Center for the Arnold Moss rendition of "A Special People." The Saturday evening curtain is at 8:30 and the Sunday evening curtain is at 7:30. Reservations may be secured by calling the Gallery Players office, 231-2731. ward Jews, even among circles that traditionally supported Jewish concerns and asptfaftons^This was one., of the conclusions reached in analyzing the present worldwide Jewish condition at a two-day meeting here of the World Jewish Congress Executive. The meeting, which concluded Nov. 7 and which was chaired by Philip Klutznick, president of the WJCon- gress,' focused on determining priorities'1 for the 1980s and the policies, programs and structural changes, that follow from them for the WJCongress. According to the analysis, the erosion has resulted in a reawakening of anti-Semitism both in its traditional -manifestations and in new forms, and entirely from new quarters. The most obnoxious expression of this anti-Semitism, it was noted, , is thetendency to deny the 'fact and the extent of the • Holocaust. The Executive, in-considering the Jewish situation in many areas, particularly (CONTINUED ON PAGE 16) Holiday 1 I Schedule Due to the Thanks giving Holiday, the Ohio Jewish Chronicle will be observing an early deadline next week.. Ali news copy for the Nov. 29 issue must be in the office by noon on Wednesday, Nov. 21. The Chronicle office, will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22 and 23. . '" ' ^0+fm^^*0^0m**i^^^**f*^*** ■':%1\ *m i
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1979-11-15|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
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|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1979-11-15, page 01|
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