Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1981-09-17, page 01
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Munster is Vice President and Manager of Dean Witter and Company, Columbus. He is a member of the Columbus Stock and Bond Club and ac- £v«t'' Sigmund J. Munster ; Israel Agree To Work rd'Strategic Cooperation3 Preparin R.E.W. Committee preparing for the 23rd annual R.E.W. program at Beth Jacob Congregation. Two outstanding lecturers, Dr. Isaac Swift of Englewood, N. J., and'Dr. Emanuel Schochet of Toronto, Canada will be the speak2... Members of the Religious Emphasis Week Committee are: (standing I. tor.) Joseph Strapp, Mrs. Jane Rosenblum, and Cantor Elwin Redfern. (Seated I. tor.) are: Rabbi David Stavsky, Mrs. Myrna Strapp, Arthur Rosenblum, and Mrs. Roberta Kohn. airmen Israel Bonds Mrs. David Paine (Miriam) and Mrs. Richard Kohn (Roberta) will serve as co-chairmen of the Women's Division for the Columbus Cpmmittee, State of Israel Bonds for the 1981-82 season* of activity, They will lead an WASHINGTON (JTA)- The United States and Israel have agreed to work more closely toward "strategic cooperation" against the threat of Soviet aggression in the Middle East as a result of Israeli Premier Menachem Begin's two days of talks with President Reagan, but no formal alliance was worked out. This emerged from statements by Reagan and Begin as the Premier left the White House and in remarks by Begin at a crowded press- conference at a Washington hotel later. Begin said the details of the cooperation will be worked out between Israeli- Defense Minister Ariel Sharon and U.S. Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger. ; Both leaders said they were pleased by their White House talks, which Reagan called "friendly and useful and productive" and Begin termed "very fruitful." Reagan said a "friendship and complete candor developed between us," while Begin said the talks were "candid in detail." The President added that the talks "created, new bonds of under standing between the U..S. and Israel and renewed and strengthened our very special relationship." Reagan declared that Israel and the U.S. have developed a "partnership" to oppose all forces that' threaten the Middle East. Begin was more specific in drawing a "clear distinction" between a mutual defense agreement and the idea of strategic cooperation. "The defense of Israel is our problem," he said. "We will never ask any nation to send .soldiers to defend us." Center Sports Hall Of Fame Set For Oct. 4 -., .jyiiriain Paine *,- five in many community organizations. He' is currently serving'as President of the Columbus Academy for Boys, and is a graduate of the Ohio State University. Munster will discuss current and changing philosophies of investment. Mrs. Marilyn Skilkin will be chairwoman of the session. Serving with Mrs. Skilken will be Eleanor Resler, Helen Nutis, Sylvia Schecter, Beverly Schotten-' stein, Ann Schmidt, Mickey Schoenbaum, Sara Schwartz, Phyllis Schwartz, and Helen Skilken. Any women interested in participating in Session III of the Women and Money Series should contact Debbie Caplin at 237-7686 for more information. Highest Percentage of Emigrants TEL AVIV (WNS)-Israel Radio's Vienna correspondent reported recently that 20 of the 29 emigrants from the Soviet Union who arrived here during a 3-day period of time will leave for new homes in Israel. This is the highest percentage of Soviet Jews to come to Israel in recent years and follows the new Jewish Agency arrangement whereby only 'emigrants with "first degree" family relationships in the U.S. will be helped by Hias and the Joint Distribution Committee to go to America. 1 'intensive [effort by hidd-WHS*****'1-''1 'W of local women to help activities, Miriam enjoys strengthen the economy' of. . painting, needlepoint, golf, Israel through the purchase of Bonds at a time of renewed hope for a lasting peace in the Middle East. Miriam served as Chairman of the Women's Division in 1980 and Roberta served as Co-Chairman of the "Jerusalem of Gold" Brunch during this same year. Miriam, long active in communal activities, is the immediate past president of Heritage House Auxiliary bowling, bridge,- and of course,, cooking for her family. Roberta, a native of Brookline, Mass., is a member of Beth Jacob Sisterhood, Augdas Achim.Sisterhood, Columbus Torah Academy Parents, .ORT, Brandeis Women, Council of Jewish Women, and a life member of Hadassah. The mother of two teenage children, 'Bobbie' as she is affectionately called, has been an active member of Bonds for several years. Serving with Mrs. Paine (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) The Jewish Center's Third Annual Sports Hall of Fame ceremony and reception will be held on Sunday, Oct. 4 from "4:30 until 6 p.m. at the Center, 1125 College Ave. The event will be a nostalgic tribute to four outstanding Jewish athletes who, after distinguishing themselves in amateur and professional athletics, went onto donate their time and talent to help others in Center and other community programs. The 1981 inductees are Dr. Sol -Maggied, Moses Solomon, Leo Yassenoff and Joseph Zimmerman. Dr. Sol Maggied, an East High School and Ohio State University wrestling and football star, won many championships during his academic career. .He officiated high school football and basketball for many years and served as an O.S.U. team physician for 32 years. Moses. Solomon (1900-1966), an outstanding baseball and football player, was known as the "Rabbi of Swat" and the "Jewish Babe Ruth." In 1923, his 143 runs scored, 222 hits, 49 homeruns and .421 average in the Southwestern League was the best record in all of professional baseball that season. Leo Yassenoff (1893-1971) played football from 1913-15 for Ohio State University, where be also lettered in wrestling. During his lifetime Yassenoff received many honors and awards for his civic endeavors in Columbus. The generous contribution by the Leo Yassenoff Foundation to The New Jewish Center will result in the naming of the New Center in Yassenoff's memory. Joseph Zimmerman (1915-1980), a high school and college football and wrestling star, went on to play professional football with the Chicago Cardinals and the Columbus Bulls. Zimmerman was an avid handball and softball player and bowler at the Center and coached Little League and Pony League baseball. Hall of Fame Committee chairman, Irvin Flox has announced that Sid Gillman will be the guest speaker for the event. Gillman, a former O.S.U. football star and assistant coach, served for 1ft years as an outstanding coach for 'several N.F.L. teams. For the third consecutive year, the Center welcomes John Gordon as Master of Ceremonies. Working with Flox on the Hall of Fame Committee are Health and Physical Education Committee Chairman Harvey Handler, Lou Berliner, Dr. B. B. Caplan. Alex Clowson, David Dachner, Jack Gaiser. Dutch Geichmari. Ron Golden, Howard Schoenbaum and Mendy Snyder. Tickets for the Hall of Fame event, which includes a.reception, are $3. Call the Health'and Physical Education office at 231-2731 for more information. one To Be Presented With Leadership Award Annual Meeting, Sept. 20,7:30 p.m, F 55th Mrs. Richard Kohn and served as Recruiting Volunteer Chairman for Heritage House for several years. A graduate of Capital University with a Bachelor's Degree in Art-Education, she has taught art at Torah. Academy and has conducted art-instructions classes weekly for residents of Heritage House. She is a cliarter member of B'nai B'rith Women, a life member of Hadassah, and a member of Agudas Achim Sisterhood, ORT and National Council of Jewish Women. Along with her volunteer cpmmunal '"Bernard K. Yenkin, President of the Columbus Jewish Federation, recently announced that Ira O. Kane has been selected as the winner of the 1981 Therese Stern Kahn Young Leadership Award. The award will be presented by Federation past President Fred Yenkin, Chairman of the Selection Committee, at the 55th Annual'Meeting of the Federation .on Sunday, Sept. 20 at Beth Tikvah Congregation. Kane will receive an all- expense paid trip to the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federation which will be held on Nov. 11-15 in' St. Louis, Missouri. - Ira O. Kane The Young Leadership Award is endowed by William V. Kahn, past President of the Federation, in memory of his wife, Therese Stern Kahn: The Award presented annually recognizes outstanding young people who have shown strong interest in and devotion to the Federation and its member agencies. Kane has been actively involved in the Federated community for many years. He presently serves as Chairman of the Community Relations Committee as well as Chairman of the Board of Tri-State Anti-Defamation League. He has also participated in Community volunteer work as Chairman Of the Young Leadership Development Program: Chairman of the Young Men's Division Advanced Gifts Meeting, member of the Education and Culture Budget and Planning Committee, and Israel Department Committee: and he presently serves on the Board and Executive Committee -of the Columbus Jewish Federation. Kane and his wife Deborah have two children:" Lauren and Cynthia. The community is invited to attend the Federation An- ' nual Meeting featuring Mervin Verbit. prominent So- ' ciologist. as keynote speaker. Reservation in- 1 formation can be obtained from the Federation office 237-7686. \ . .\v.
|Title||Ohio Jewish chronicle. (Columbus, Ohio), 1981-09-17|
|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, 1981-09-17, page 01|
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