Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1980-06-26, page 01
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\w OfflO SiXVtf Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over jH) Years \wAVa VOL.58 NO.26 JUNE 26,I980-TAMMUZ12 U*ro'r(lt«j*m*' t«» LIBRARY, OHIO 1 982 VELMj\ AVE. COLS. 0, 43211 HtSTOnjCAL 90&tfrxv EXCH i^.«,m™^js;,b>b^^^^^^ Heritage Tower To r-r Jewish War M§ On Friday, July 4, in conjunction with the celebration of the independence of The United States, the Jewish War Veteran's, Capital Post 122, will present to the Heritage Tower a flagpole for the front of the building. A picnic will precede the presentation, beginning at 12:30 p.m., followed by the ceremony at 2 p.m. Participating in the formal presentation from Capital Post 122, Jewish War Veteran's, will be, Irwin Wiener,' Commander; Ms. Claire. Gelband,' SeniorJVice' Commander; Sol Derflei*, Junior Vice Commnder; Laurence' Felsenthal, Past Department of Ohio Commander; Herbert Greff, Past Department of Ohio Commander; Herman ii / V vs. .1 I,a :i. Sol Derfler, Bonnie Fass and Irwin Bamberger ' recently met on the lawn at Heritage Tower to select a site for the flag. Rosen, Nathan Coopersmith, Judge- Harry Goldstein, Jerry' Kreske, . Norman Coltenand Harry Topolosky. . Representing Heritage Tower will be Mr. .Jack Wallick, President; Dr. Al Tyroler, Vice President; and Mr. Irwin Bamberger, Treasurer of the Resident's Council. Mrs. Sylvia' Schecter,' President, will be representing Heritage Village. The Columbus Community is cordially invited to participate in the dedication cere- (CONTINUED ON PAGES) Chronicle readers! Greet your friends and relatives in our New Year's Edition. This year the book will reach homes and leading business firms in Columbus and Central Ohio by September 8. Greeting friends and relatives in the pages of the Chronicle's New Year's Edition has long been a tradition for Central Ohio Jewish families. This Is an excellent method of showing your interest in the entire Jewish community, and it (s a most effective way of expressing your good wishes to all those dear to you. ml GREETING MUST BE RECEIVED BY JJULY8 TO -' INSURE PLACEMENT IN NEW YEAFj EDITION It is easy to assure that your greeting will appear in this issue. Fill in the attached coupon and mail it at once to the Chronicle, 2831E. Main St. Columbus, 0.43209. Or call us and submit; your greeting over the telephone, 237-4296. | The regular single family greeting is 1 column x 4:6 lines aind is $3. Multi-family greetings are available at $2 per family name added to the regular 4-6 line greeting. Lines of copy may be added to any greeting for an additional $2 < maximum of 12 lines total). SAMPLE GREETINGS Regular $3 Greeting : (4-6 lines) MR. AND MRS. JOHN DOE AND FAMILY, . 123 City Way, extend best wishes to their relatives and friends for a year of happiness and prosperity. Multi-Family Greeting: A (same as Regular $3 greeting) - ($2 per additional Family name) MR. AND MRS. JOHN DOE AND SON JOE. AND DR. AND MRS. DAVID DOE AND FAMILY. wish all their relatives and friends a New Year of Happiness and prosperity. I 1 § To: THE OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE, 2831 E. Main St., Columbus,!Ohio 43209. Please insert the following greeting in your NEW. YEAR'S EDITION: I Signed^. ■ Address. | D Regular $3 greeting ' d col x 4-6 lines) | DMulti-family greeting with A additional family names. (lcolx.4-6 lines-53 . plus $2 per additional name) EDBUl me DMoney enclosed. QAdditional lines of copy requested . ($2-maximum 12 lines . total) ew Center Campaign Gala Set For July 27, ed As -Biggest Event In Center History' Glick, event chairman. Admission to the formal gala will be in the form of a three- year, $1,000 a year or a $3,000 one-time minimum pledge to the Capital Campaign. Campaign Associate Chairman Edwin Ellman, David Milenthal, Bea Roth. Campaign Chairman David Roth, Irving Schottenstein and Lenore Schottenstein compose , the overall planning committee for this event. Working, with this group are various leaders from all three Campaign divisions—Advance Gifts, VIP and General ' Community. ' The gala planning committee guarantees^ that the affair will not only be exciting and innovative, but will long be remembered as the biggest event in Center history. ' AH community members are urged to make every effort to attend. . A special tribute ceremony is being planned as part of the evening's agenda. Irving Schottenstein and Leno?e Schottenstein are coordinating the arrangements for that portion of the gala's program. David Emotion and excitement concerning The New Jewish Center Building will reign on Sunday evening, July 27, when a major campaign gala takes place at the downtown Sheraton. The event is now in the final planning stages, with invitations to be mailed soon, according to Robert ZaeSts Named ' Honoraty UJA Vice-Chairman . Gordon Zacks has been appointed an Honorary National Vice-Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced recently by Herschel W. Blumberg, UJA National Chairman. Robert Glick Milenthal and Bea Roth are coordinating all other aspects of the gala. The evenings highlight will be in the form of a unique. professionally- developed presentation combining multi-media and live segments celebrating and Commemorating the Center's- 67 years of con- - tinuous service to the community. A walk-through maze, depicting the Center's history, will greet attendees fo the Campaign celebration. ■ Live music for listening and dancing pleasue will also be included in the evening's activities. Gordon Zacks Describing Zacks .as "a dedicated leader with an extraordinary record of service to the Jewish people," Blumberg added that the new Honorary Vice Chairman's "talent, experience'and commitment are' crucial assets in improving the quality of Jewish life at home, in Israel and around the world." A founder and past chairman of the UJA Young Leadership Cabinet, Zacks serves on the Board of Directors of the United Israel Appeal and as an officer of the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee. In Columbus, Zacks serves on the Executive Committee of the Columbus Jewish Federation and is a past Vice President and Campaign Chairman. He is a member of the executive Committee of the Melton Research Center, as well as the Board of Directors of the Ohio Development Center, the ■United Way, the Red Cross and the Children's Hospital, Zacks is President of the R.G. Barry Corporation and lives in Columbus with his ..wife, Carol Sue, and, two daughters, Cathyand Kim. A Letter To : Mom And Dad however, obliterate any chance for reconcilition. open discussion, or admission on your part that there might be some validity to what I have to say. In your minds at this point is only one thing: I'm deserting you. You tell me I'm selfish and care only about rnyself .< How can I convince" you that aliyah is an, act diametrically opposed to the notion of selfishness? It is the, ultimate expression of communal responsibility and commitment to a larger whole—the Jewish people and Israel. I only hope to be able to make a contribution in the State of Israel and help in my small way .to preserve our people, and perhaps . more directly, make Israel a , better place to live. If I were, selfish, hungry for personal comfort, wealth, or the easy life, then I would stay in America. The challenges are such in Israel that I feel I'm needed to help overcome them. < Isn't that part of being young and idealistic: remaining committed to ideals, causes and our people. rather,thajiJourJ personal comfort? Somehow (CONTINVBrDQN PAGE "'■ Editor's note: This letter, submitted by the Israel Department ol the Columbus Jewish Federation, \ryas sent by one dHhe leaders ot the Jewish Students at Ohio State University to his parents alter his decision to make Aliyah to Israel. His decision created antagonism between his parents, who educated him to love Israel, and the consequences,, that his education brought. Dear Mom and Dad, It's been difficult for us to communicate these past few months since I finally announced to you that I plan on making aliyah this summer. You've chosen to ignore my growing interest in Israel and Zionism and hoped I would simply "outgrow" it. "A passing fad," you called it. _ No, I'm not a Moonie. no I'm not brainwashed, nor am I concerned only with myself, or intent on hurting you. As a result of the pain you've experienced, you have been unwilling to listen to any explanations on my part as to why I want to move to Israel. Perhaps this let ten will help clarify my feelings and convey to you my reasoning and motivation. r wonder if you'll ever understand. On the other hand, perhaps' you understand better than I give you. credit for; the pain and hurt. .-«a a ,«-• — ^» '¥*- -, J-"' Jfflr-fSE"'
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1980-06-26|
|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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