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,0„ M«. ** i^rr.-- -V, r . „ I i . .I1,." 18- fi I ■f. ■' it? 0 1 'T3 5 0 HISTORICAL LU'RAI'tY, OH 1982 VELM.". AVE. £XCH COLJ, 0, 43211 soc4^!r/ V, ZJl\// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community lor Over to Years ~\Jf§^ VOL.64 NO. 24 JUNE12.198G-SIVAN5 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals. Temple Israel Plans Confirmation Service Temple" Israel Confirmation ceremonies for the 32 tenth graders will be held Saturday, June 14, at 7 p.m. in the Temple Sanctuary. The theme of the program "is./"Changes'' and is held within the context of a Havdalah Service written by the 1986 Confirmation Class. Following the program, a special reception hosted by the parents of the Confirmands will be held in the Social Hall. Temple Israel members and the entire community are invited to attend the Confirmation Service. For further information, call the Temple office, 866-0010. ***'.: *!■ test" *rS aft* .*%. «■«• ilfc. •'.* % •* ■,V*|# ».: <v <£ ' r *•> ,Vi Waldheim Elected President Of Austria Torah Academy eighth graders graduated from the school at exercises on Tuesday, June 10. Torah Academy Holds Commencement Surrounded by parents, grandparents, siblings and leaders of the Jewish community, the eighth grade class bid farewell to the Columbus Torah Academy at Mary Jane Houdina Featured In 'Pajama Game' At Center Gallery Players is in the midst of a labor dispute and it will continue through June 22, in the form of The Pajama Game. This song- dance show features guest artist Mary Jane Houdina and is being performed at the Leo Yassenoff Jewish Center, l U"i ('ollogf \\i- Mary Jane Houdina The Pajama Game's comedy centers around a wage dispute, combined with a boy meets girl romance, in a mid-western pajama factory. Some of the tunes made popular by this show are "Hernando's Hideaway," "Hey There" and "Steam Heat." Houdina is playing the role of Gladys, made famous by Carol Haney, in addition lo serving as choreographer for the show. As a choreographer, director, actress, singer and dancer, Houdina's talents have earned her credits in film, off-Broadway, Broadway, television, dinner theatre and stock companies around the country. This appearance with Gallery Players marks two firsts for her — the opportunity to play the role of Gladys and an appearance in community theatre. Houdina's appearance is, made possible by the Saul Milenthal Memorial Fund and with the support of the Greater Columbus Arts Council. "The run of the show has gotten off to a tremendous start, a , sold-out opening night performance followed by a fun pajama party," said Harold Eisenstein, managing director of Gallery Players. "We expect the, rest. of the run to go well, too." Performances will be held on Saturday, June 14, at 9 p.m.; Sunday, June 15, at 2 and 8; Wednesday, June 18, at 8; Thursday, June 19, at 8; Saturday, June 21, at 8:30. It closes on Sunday, June 22, at 8 p.m. Ticket prices for the show are $10 for Saturday nights, ?9 for weeknights, There is a $1 discount for Center members. A special $5 ticket price is available for seniors on June 19. For more information, call Gallery Players at 231-2731, graduation exercises held on the school's lawn on Tuesday, June 10, at 7 p.m. Seventeen students who completed the nine-year-program of intensive Hebrew, elementary and junior high school studies were awarded diplomas. Rabbi Howard Alpert of the Hillel Foundation addressed the graduates. He spoke of the Torah's commandment to act with as much love for one's neighbor as oneself and the application of this precept to contemporary Jewish society. Robert H. Schottenstein, president of CTA, brought greetings from the board of trustees. ■ -■ 'Dr;- Irving Fried, principal, presented the Rabbi Julius L. Baker Torah Scholarship Award to Michelle Vinar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vinar, and Anne Bonowitz, junior high Hebrew teacher, presented the Outstanding Citizenship Award to Eric Golden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Golden. In his message to the graduates, Dr. Fried challenged them to go forth and build on their many Jewish and academic experiences at CTA. In their presentation, the All Ages Put 'Pennies' In 'Pushke' Community members of all ages collect funds in the Jewish National Fund Blue Box for the reclamation of the Land of Israel. On Sunday, June 29, Morris "Pic" Fleishman will be honored by the Jewish National Fund at the Annual Blue Box Brunch, for his dedication to the communityarid Israel. The community is invited to join'the JJJF in this tribute. For more information, call the JNF office, 231-1397. Above, Danielle Brazina, daughter of Rhonda and Stephen Brazina, is pictured helping with the tradition of ^assisting the Jewish National Fund with the continued development of Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Brazina are secretaries on the Columbus Council of the Jewish National Fund. eighth graders recollected highlights of their years at the school with short speeches and poems. Avi Marocco presented the class gift of Hebrew computer software to PTO President Judy Uhrman. The fifth, sixth and seventh grade chorus presented selections under the direction of Michael Hammond and Annabelle Snyder. Graduates Melanie Radnor and Tal Frank read from the psalms. Rebbe Avie Shapiro awarded the diplomas to graduates Inbal Aharoni, Daryl Binsky, Maria Bleiweiss, Danny Bornstein, Tal Frank, Jennifer Gilbert, Erip'Golden-,- 'Matthew ■ Heiny, Steven Hirschinger, Sherry Itkoff, Leda Katz, Brett Kravitz, Avi Marocco, Tracey Portman, Melanie Radnor, Marc Romanoff and Michelle Vinar. Temple Israel To Host Brotherhood Convention The Temple Israel Brotherhood, chaired by Jeff Glassman, will serve as hosts for the Central Region National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods Mini-Convention to be held Friday, June 27-29, at the Stouffer's Dublin Hotel. A Brotherhood Sabbat, held Friday, June 27, at 8 p.m. at the Temple, will start the weekend activities. New board members will be installed during the service. The Convention, held yearly, is an opportunity for Brotherhood members from different communities to get to know each other, discuss programs and activities that are successful and to discuss areas of concern that affect all. This year, the Convention will include programs on computerization, fund- raising, relationships to Sisterhoods and other Temple auxiliaries to name a few areas. Social activities have also been planned for the? spouses of Brotherhood members. ; Registration for the Conference must be made by June 20. For further information in regard to the Conference, call Jeff Glassman at 221-1664 or 236-1849. Compiled From Wire Reports Kurt Waldheim, former U.N. secretary general, won Austria's June 8 run-off presidential election, with 53.9 percent of the vote in spite of allegations of a Nazi past. "The result showed that the Austrian people are not prepared to accept' these accusations that.have been made against me," the 67-year-old Waldheim said in a victory statement on Austrian television. Others, however, including Israel, have accepted the evidence- that Waldheim participated in the Nazi killings of prisoners and civil> ians in the Balkans. In Tel Aviv, the Israeli government issued a statement expressing "deep regret and disappointment at the election of Kurt Waldheim as president Of \llstllJ ' Kjll\ U'piill^ indicated that Israel was planning to recall its ambassador to Austria in reaction to the election. The American Jewish Congress has asked that Waldheim, because of his/Nazi past, be barred from the United States. The U.S. Justice Department, however, said, shortly after the election, that Waldheim will be allowed into the U.S. because his status as head of state would take precedence over any action against him under a 1978 law allowing the US. to deny visas to undesirable aliens. These include those associated with the Nazi government and thoise who took part in mass executions of Jewish and other ethnic groups during WW II. Waldheim has acknowledged serving in the German army but as a desk officer whose job ,was to verify field reports, not to conduct oper- .ition-. oi l'iu- oniric '_,^ ?ClMgr .i ir&iTiiiy' fsvjf 7?? f f^.-:iElten«rkrS??;c ?<prkJffe;B'SiS5 - * ' 'lf^lS'V'.':i''^'':'f Outgoing Torah Academy President Larry Ruben (right) is passing the gavel to new President Bob Schottenstein (top photo). Newly elected joint PTO Presidents Marcia Hershfield and Judy Uhrman are in the bottom photo. Robert Schottenstein Newly Installed Columbus Torah Academy President Robert H. Schottenstein was installed as the tenth president of Columbus Torah Academy at the Annual Meeting held on Wednesday, June 4. Schottenstein had been serving as vice president of development. . Dr. Irving Fried, principal, commented, "Bob Schottenstein is deeply committed to Torah Academy — a commitment that comes from an understanding that there can be no Jewish future without intensive Jewish education. His brightness of person, combined with youthful vigor and the power of articulation make him a particularly valuable leader for Torah Academy." Outgoing President Larry (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) -J* At l\
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1986-06-12|
|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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|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1986-06-12, page 01|
,0„ M«. **
-V, r . „ I
i . .I1,."
5 0 HISTORICAL
1982 VELM.". AVE. £XCH
COLJ, 0, 43211
ZJl\// Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community lor Over to Years ~\Jf§^
VOL.64 NO. 24
Devoted to American
and Jewish Ideals.
Temple Israel Plans
Temple" Israel Confirmation ceremonies for the 32
tenth graders will be held
Saturday, June 14, at 7 p.m.
in the Temple Sanctuary.
The theme of the program
"is./"Changes'' and is held
within the context of a Havdalah Service written by the
1986 Confirmation Class.
Following the program, a
special reception hosted by
the parents of the Confirmands will be held in the
Social Hall. Temple Israel
members and the entire
community are invited to attend the Confirmation Service. For further information, call the Temple office,