Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1984-01-26, page 01
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V I v V. ,1HHH' IfHff ImHsl fllMf QfflOJEWIiMMgHRONICLE 2j[^yy Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over 40 Years vl //Yl\ LI9RAHY, OHIO HlSTOrtlCAL SOC4^T<l 1382 VCLM/v AVE. QQLd. 0. 432I1 E*CH VOL. 62 NO. 4 JANUARY 26,1984-SHEVAT 22 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals lil^?liIIIPIPllp^||lBtti' n Administration Believes Syria Argentine Synagogues Under Police Protection'... fi QHT S' 10 BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Interior Minister Antonio Troc- coli has ordered the police to guard Jewish schools and synagogues in the country, following attacks against synagogues in two cities this month. According to the World Jewish Congress — Latin American branch, unidentified persons attacked the Sephardic Synagogue in Rosario on New Year's Day and the Templo Libertad-in Buenos Aires on Jan. 12. Withdrawal U.S., Israel Sign Five-Year Agreement JERUSALEM (JTA)-The U.S. and Israel signed a five- year agreement here providing for the exchange of information on social services and human development. It covers the adoption of children with special needs, services for the functionally impaired, housing for the elderly, in-home day care for children and the prevention of juvenile delinquency. The signatories were Israel's Minister of Labor and Welfare, Aharon Uzan and the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Health, Dorcas Hardy. WASHINGTON (JTA) - The Reagan Administration believes that the Syrians want to negotiate a withdrawal of their troops from Lebanon but on their terms. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency has learned that this is the feeling of the Administration despite the lack of progress made during special Mideast representative Donald Rumsfeld's three- and-a-half hour talk in Damascus with Syrian President Hafez Assad. Rumsfeld reportedly .told the Israelis later that chances for an Dr. Robert Chazan Scheduled To Serve As Tifereth Israel's Scholar-ln-Residence Judy Blair and Marilyn Fishman, chairwomen of the Adult Education and Special Events Committees of Congregation Tifereth .Israel, announce that the Fifth Annual Scholar-in-Residence Weekend for Congregation Tifereth Israel will -be held -on Jan. 27-29. Guest speaker will be Professor Robert Chazan, professor of history at Queens College and former professor and director of the Melton CenEer for Jewish Studies at The Ohio State University. The weekend will begin with a dinner on Friday evening, Jan. 27. It is open to the entire congregation, but reservations are necessary and the number of reservations will be limited. Dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Cost is $7 for adults and $3.50 for children under 12. Reservations, accompanied by a check, should be sent to Congregation Tifereth Israel, J354 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43205. Dr. Chazan's first lecture will be at Friday night services, Jan. 27, beginning at 8 p.m. Service will be followed by an Oneg Shabbat. The second lecture of the series will be given at a Kiddush luncheon which will follow Saturday morning services. Services begin at 9 a.m. Baby sitting will be provided following services on reservation only. Dr. Chazan's third lecture will be presented at a breakfast' sponsored by the Men's Club on Sunday morning, Jan, 29. The topic for the full weekend is "The Changing Attitudes of the Jew to His Non-Jewish Environment." The Scholar-in-Residence Weekend is made possible by the contributions of patrons whose $50 contributions help to defray the costs. Patrons are listed on the weekend's program and are invited to join in a special Saturday evening program and discussion with Dr. Chazan. For further information on the patron's program, contact the synagogue office. Dr. Chazan received his doctorate from Columbia University and received a master's degree as well as rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He has been widely published on the history of Jews in Medieval Europe, the relationship of the Church to the Jews and Jewish life in the Middle Ages and in modern times. For further information, contact Rabbi Harold Berman or Evelyn Nateman, Adult Education Co-ordi- nator, at Congregation Tifereth Israel, 253-8523. agreement had"decreased." Assad has made it clear that* he wants Lebanon to abrogate its May 17 agreement with Israel and for Israeli troops to pull out of Lebanon before he will consider the withdrawal of Syrian troops from that country. At his meeting with Rumsfeld, he reportedly added the condition that the United States withdraw its troops too. The Administration be- lives that a major concern of Syria with the May 17 agreement is that it will make Israel the protector of Lebanon. Syria sees itself as the protector of Lebanon. Syria Does Not Want To Absorb Lebanon The U.S. does not believe that Syria wants to absorb Lebanon, something that is believed in Israel. Instead, the Administration noted that when Lebanon and Syria were removed from the control of the French in 1946 the Syrians agreed that they were two countries but one people. At the .same time, the Syrians maintained that they will not let Lebanon be used as a base or corridor for an attack "on Syria. The U.S. had accepted that Syria has long played an influential role in Lebanon. It is believed here that Syria wants stability in Lebanon and that is one of the reasons its army first went into the country in 1976 at the request of the then Lebanese government. But the Administration i; arguing that the security arrangements that, are now being negotiated between the various factions in Leba- World Renowned Flutist To Be Special Guest At Friends Of Hillel Reception Making final arrangements for this weekend's Scholar-in-Residence Program at Tifereth Israel are Evelyn Nateman, Adult Education coordinator, Tifereth Israel, and Iu.bbi Harold Berman. World-renowned flutist, Eugenia Zuckerman, will be a special guest at the Leon Schottenstein Memorial Reception this Feb. 16. The reception will take place on the stage of the Mershon Auditorium following Ms. Zucker- man's performance as guest soloist with the Israel Chamber Orchestra. It is open to all members of Friends of Hillel and will afford participants the opportunity to meet Ms. Zuckerman and orchestra members. Ms. Zuckerman is acclaimed as the ■ "amazing renaissance woman of the music world" and is in great demand throughout North America and Europe. She appears regularly as soloist with such major orchestras as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Royal Philharmonic, the Hamberg Back Solisten and the English Chamber Orchestra. The Israel Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1965 by conductor Gary Bertini and offers a selection of music ranging from Baroque to original contemporary work commissioned for Israeli composers. Orchestra members include native Israeli talent as well as recent immigrants from the USSR and Eugenia Zuckerman the United States. Israeli born David Shallon, who has appeared with many of the greatest orchestras around the world, is conductor. The tradition of an annual Friends of Hillel reception was begun in 1982 with Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic. The tradition was continued last year with a reception for Vladiittir Ash- kenazy, the internationally (CONTINUED ON PAGE 15) non will provide the beginning-of national reconcilia^ tion in Lebanon and thus stability. Syria is believed behind the groups opposing that agreement. However, Syria also opposes the May 17 agreement as part of what it sees its role as the leader of the Arab/ world. They want to derail Egypt's peace treaty with Israel and the Camp David process. They believe that (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Tilson Named Chairman Of Super Sunday '84 Dr. Jeffrey A. Tilson, winner of the Columbus Jewish Federation's 1983 Therese Stern Kahn Young Leadership Award, has been named chairman of Super Sunday, the biggest single event of the 1984 United Jewish Fund Campaign. Tilson's appointment was announced by campaign General Chairman Edwin M. Ellman. "On Super Sunday, April 1, we will be able to reach out to more members of the Columbus Jewish community than on any other day and raise not only funds but Jewish consciousness and commitment," Ellman said. "Last year we were able to surpass our goal of $200,000. "This year, with Jewish needs greater worldwide, our goal will be higher," he added. Super Sunday '84 will be the fourth annual telephone effort to reach as many members of the Columbus Jewish community as possible, enabling them to make a commitment to the 1984 United Jewish Fund Campaign. It involves the efforts of at least 100 volunteers working individual shifts throughout the day. Tilson, active in the Federation since 1977, is a member of Federation Board of Trustees and Executive Committee. He also serves on the National Young Men's Cabinet of United Jewish Appeal. Dr. Jeffrey Tilson "We have a fine chairman in Jeff," Ellman said, "and a fine Planning Committee made up of representatives from the campaign and various beneficiary agencies. We also need i Super Sunday volunteers' to man the phones." To volunteer call Michael Broidy, Federation assistant executive director, at 237-7686. Agudas Achim Men To Sponsor Event To Mark Brotherhood Month- The Agudas Achim Brotherhood, in conjunction with the Alum Creek East Association of Churches, an interfaith association, is sponsoring an event of interest to the entire community, on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at, 7:30 at the Agudas Achim Synagogue, to commemorate and recognize Brotherhood Month. Jimmie Crum, WCMH-TV sports director-, will speak on "People Touching People." There will be short messages of greeting from Rabbi Alan Ciner of Agudas Achim; Rev. Wayne Weiss, pastor of the Brookwood Presbyterian Church; Rev. T. Conrad SeV nick, assistant pastor of St. Albans Church, and the Rev. Jacob J. Ashburn, president. of the Baptist Pastors Conference. The Bexley High School Choral group, under the direction of Joel Mathias, will entertain the audience. A dramatic reading will be presented by Sid Silvian. Herbert L. Solomon, chairman of the planning committee, announced that there will be a social hour, sponsored by the Brotherhood, following the program.
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1984-01-26|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||The Chronicle Printing and Publishing Co.|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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