Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1981-07-02, page 01
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._ L - s*b-«V^_-«*A^Ja-*iw-*ij-. ' *_ #*«-_. * If . >- -i l " j *. . ■ r. "■ l! 1 3 LIBRARY. OHIO HISTORICAL SOC-V^t 1982 VELMa AVE*' GOLS. 0, 43211. /_ EXOH ZJlAY// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 50 Years ^A\__ VOL.59 NO. 27 JULY2,_-81-SIVAN30 !l!-qi_^:itfJ.^Wr^ CRC Urges Action Soviet „@fusenik Dr. Viktor Brailovsky, a prominent scientist and leading Jewish activist, was recently convicted by a Soviet court and sentenced to five years in exile according to Mrs. Karen Moss, Co- Chairman of the Israel and Overseas Jewry Task Force of the Community Relations Committee, Columbus "Jewish Federation. Dr. Brailovsky, a long term Refusenik and leading figure in the emigration and Jewish culture movement in the Soviet Union was accused of "defaming the Soviet state." His sentence of five years in internal exile will be far easier for Brailovsky to endure rather than a similar jail sentence, however it is still a harsh sentence. The judge's decision may (CONTINUEDON PAGE 14) . ■_ Mrs. Ida Nullman is shown in the above photo (right) processing a prospective blood donor. Jewish Community Bl.@dm.-ile cheduled for July - Residents of Columbus who have agreed to become first time blood donors for the Jewish Community bloodmobile on July 21 were reassured by Sol Derfler, coordinator of the event for the local Red Cross Chapter. "You will feel no more dis- comfort than you experience when your physician takes a blood sample for a test," he said. He also described the process followed by all donors on a Red Cross bloodmobile: "After you register you will fill out'a health history form with various questions concerning your medical history. Following completion of this form, a nurse will review- the questions with you (CONTINUED ON PAGE 9) Say "ESkm TfflMlll" To The Entire Jewish Community. 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 21. 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 is a most effective way of expressing your good wishes to all those dear to you. Act Now! -Mew Year Is Sept. 29 GREETINGS MUST BE RECEIVED BY TUESDAY JULY 14 TO INSURE PLACEMENT IN NEW YEAR 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, 237-4286. The regular single family greeting is 1 column x 4-6 lines and is $4. Multi-famuy, 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 $4 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: (same as Regular $4'greeting) ($2 per additional Family name) MR. AND MRS. JOHN DOE AND SON JOE. To: THE OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE, 2831E. Main St, Columbus, Ohio 43209. Please insert the following greeting in your NEW YEAR'S EDITION: Signed. Address - 1D Regular $4 greeting | (1 col x 4-6 line) AND DR. AND MRS. DAVID ■ Q Multi-family greeting _\_vni AH.TT. IPAHJITT V I „___. _j_.-_!_ DOE AND FAMILY, wish all their relatives and friends a New Year of Happiness and Prosperity. I I I I X with additional family names. (1 col x 4^6 line-$4 plus $2 per additional name) QBillme DMoney enclosed □Additional lines of. copy requested ($2-maxlmum 12 lines total) es Not Have JERUSALEM (JTA)- Moshe Dayan became last week the highest ranking political figure in Israel to assert that Israel does not have atomic bombs. Speculation that Israel does have such atomic weapons have been circulating for years. But the former Foreign Minister and Defense Minister said Israel does have the capability to assemble such weapons quickly and that Israel would do so if its enemies introduced atomic weapons into the region. Israeli -officials have repeatedly and consistently declared that Israel would not be the first country to introduce nuclear weapons into the Middle East. Dayan made his comments in an interview with Italian State Television, excerpts of which were released before the telecasting of the interview and were reported by the news agencies from Rome. Dayan was quoted as saying: "We are able to produce ti_cle_r weapons and If we see an Arab country introduce nuclear weapons into the Middle East, we will not arrive too late with our own." Dayan also said Israel had never thought of resorting to nuclear weapons in past wars with the Arabs, thus implicitly rejecting a rumor that he and then Premier Golda Meir had considered that option during the early days of the Yom Kippur war, when Israel was suddenly attacked on two fronts in a joint assault by Egypt and Syria. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) David Vallit iufsd Director of Colyifto Je Judy Tenenbaum, Personnel Committee Chairperson, is pleased to announce the appointment of David Valinsky. to Assistant Executive Director of The Jewish Center, "As Health and Physical Education Director for the past three years, Valinsky has developed many outstanding programs, including the annual Thanksgiving Run, the Sports Hall of Fame and the Health and Fitness Fair, as well as many popular- classes - and leagues: Under his talented leadership, the department has ex- perienced tremendous (CONTINUED ON PAGE *.) David Valinsky Bar-Han University By Trade B. Feldman Chronicle White House Correspondent NEW YORK CITY: A pair of Jacks won a big hand at the annual dinner and academic convocation of Israel's Bar-Ilan University last month in New York City. The event, traditionally one of the most brilliant of the season, saw honorary degrees conferred upon Senator Jacob (Jack) K. Javits, the former ranking Republican member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and Jack D. Weiler, real estate developer and the most beloved Jewish philanthropist of his generation. The ballroom of the Pierre Hotel was the setting with Jane Stern, president of Bar- Ilan's American Board of Overseers, in the chair. Purple and yellow balloons floated above each table with the inscription, "Bar- Ilan Loves You, Jack." Mrs. Stern explained that the balloons were an "affectionate tribute" to both Jacks—the Jewish Senator from New York, who served 24 years in the Senate, and the former president of the • Joint Distribution Committee and at other major organizations in American life. Sen. Javits was presented with the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, by Dr. Emanuel Rackman, president of Bar-Han and a veteran leader of American Jewry. Dr. Rackman, a former president of the Rabbinical Council of America and New York Board of Rab- (CONTINUEDON PAGE 15) Left to right: Jack D. Weiler, former chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee and other leading U.S. Jewish organizations; ex-Senator Jacob K. Javits of New York; and Dr. Emanuel Rackman, president of Bar-Han University, at the annual dinner and academic convocation of Bar-Ilan in New York. Weiler and Javits received honorary degrees from Bar-Ilan. Attention Jewish Cofltsmtinity Organization Leaders Did your organization receive the survey for the Chronicle's New Year Issue featuring a Guide to the Jewish Community? If not, please contact Jenifer Loeb, 231-3735 or the Chronicle office 837-4396. Your organization should not be left out. If you have already received a copy, please complete the form and return it to the Chronicle office as soon as possible.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1981-07-02|
|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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