Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1982-04-08, page 01
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w~ ■ ' t ill -' It ,'"1 .1 >MCLE ^J(\\yServing Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community for Over do Years ^OAR LiBRAKY.'OHlo/HlSTonSCAU SO<H^ ■V9BE .VELMa -AVE* VOL.60 NO. 14 APRIL8.1982-NISAN15 Devoted lo American ond..jcwish ideals. cbi-'o, o., 43211 EXCH Drop In Anti-Semitic Incidents PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—In sharp contrast to Jewish communities generally throughout the United States and Canada, which have reported a growing number of anti- Semitic acts against synagogues and other Jewish institutions, synagogues in the Greater Philadelphia area have reported a 30, percent decrease in the number of such incidents between 1980 and 1981. The results emerged from a comparison of surveys taken by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Philadelphia for those years. n Peace Process raws Fire From Government Leaders, Labor Party . "Barton R. Schachter, Executive Director of the Jewish Center of Columbus for the past five years, has been appointed the Executive Director of the Jewish Neo-Nazi 'Hit List' Circulated •BONN (JTA)—Security measures were tightened around Jewish institutions throughout West Germany following the circulation of a neo-Nazi "hit-list" naming 112 Jewish personalities or Jewish-owned businesses as possible targets for terrorist acts. chachter Appointed Director i Pittsburgh Jewish Centers well-deserved 'thank-you' for the excellent work he has done with our community. Under his leadership, Center membership has grown and programming is at an all- time high. Bob has been instrumental in the outstanding .achievement of $7Mi mil* lion in the Capital Campaign to Build the New Jewish Center. In addition, the success of the design and development of the New Center, which will be completed late this year, is attributed to his efforts on behalf of the Columbus Jewish Community." Goldman stated that a search for a new Executive Director has begun with the appointment of a Search Committee chaired by himself and Vice President Michael Talis. Mitchell Jaffe of the Jewish Welfare Board has met with the committee to review profiles for candidates and to help establish the interview process so that the position can be filled as soon as possible. Barton R. Schachtjer Community Centers of Pittsburgh," announced William A. Goldman, Center President. "Bob will be assuming his new position in July. I am sure you will join with me as we wish him a hearty Mazel Tov on his appointment." "We wish Bob well in his new assignment and say a JERUSALEM (JTA)- Lord Carrington's insistence that the Palestine Liberation Organization must be "associated with" the Middle East peace process drew strenuous objections from leaders of the Israeli government and the opposition Labor Party last Friday, the final day of the British Foreign Secretary's visit to Israel. In a speech after a dinner given in his honor by Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir and again at a press conference the next morning. Carrington reiterated the main principles of the European Economic Community's (EEC) Venice declaration of June 1980—the need to bring the PLO into the peace process provided that it first "accepts Israel's right to live in peace and security." He stressed at the same time that Israel must be "satisfied about her own security" in any negotiated settlement. „, Carrington added, however, that such a settlement should give the Palestinians "self-determination" and observed, "If we demand the right of Israel to live in peace and security, we must be prepared for these rights to be accorded to others." Thesis Categorically Rejected Both Shamir and Premier Menachem Begin, with whom Carrington conversed at length since his arrival, categorically rejected the British diplomat's thesis that the PLO had to be brought into negotiations because it is an inescapable reality in the area. Labor Party chairman Shimon Peres, who breakfasted with Carrington, said the PLO was not only bent on bringing disaster upon Israel but would also bring disaster to the Palestinians themselves. Peres repeated his party's position that the Palestinian issue should be negotiated with Jordan. Begin charged that European support for Palestinian self-determination prejudiced the chances for progress in the autonomy talks between Israel, Egypt and the U.S. "Give autonomy a chance," Begin told the Brit- Reagan Hopeful That Progress Toward Autonomy Will Occur WASHINGTON (JTA)- The Reagan Administration's public position toward the recent violence on the West Bank was reiterated by President Reagan last Thursday at his nationally televised press conference at the White Bouse. Asked if the clashes on the West Bank would; "destroy progress" toward autonomy, the President said,. ."I'am hopeful it won't." Reagan gave as the reason for his optimism that "I have the pledge of my friend (Premier) Menachem Begin and ^President (Hosni)..; Mubarak that they are going forward with the framework of the Ca,mp David agreement to resolve all these other problems. I'm hopeful that we will see more progress on these talks after April 25 when the transfer of Sinai comes." The President stressed that the Camp David agreement comes within UN Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338. "They (the Israelis) have, as I say, pledged to me that they are going to abide by that," he said. In his brief remarks on the West Bank, Reagan seemed • to go out of his way to explain the Israeli position. He noted that "Israel claims" it removed some of the West Professor Marvin Fox Named Kaplan Scholar-in-Residence The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation has named Marvin Fox, noted scholar and Professor of Jewish Philosophy, as its 1982 Rabbi Harry Kaplan Scholar-in-Residence. The Scholar-in-Residence program wis endowed by friends and admirers of Rabbi Kaplan after his death in 1968; Rabbi Kaplan, who served as Rabbi and Director of the Hillel Foundation for 32 years, was respected nationwide for his work on behalf of Jewish college youth. Under his direction, the Hillel Foundation at Ohio State University, achieved its reputation for academic, cultural, and institutional excellence. This tradition is continued by the annual Kaplan Scholar. Professor Fox is Director of the Lown School of Near Professor Marvin Fox Eastern and Judaic Studies, Chairman of the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and Phillip W. Lown Professor of Jewish Philosophy, at Brandeis University. Before joining the Brandeis University Faculty, Professor Fox taught at the Ohio State University for many years, beginning in 1948. After establishing the Program of Jewish Studies at Ohio State, he became the first Yassenoff Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Studies. Professor Fox is well known for his activity in both professional and Jewish communities. He served as President of the Association for Jewish Studies, the professional organization of university teachers in the field Bank mayors because the Israelis "believe" that these mayors "have now become part of the more radical PLO wing." Reagan mistakenly said the. mayors had been appointed by Israel when actually they were elected. Israel removed three (CONTINUED ON PAGE 13) ish Foreign Secretary. Carrington replied that the Europeans by no means sought to impair the autonomy prospects but simply believed it would not work..' .. He explained at his press conference that this view stemmed from the fact that all of Israel's neighbors, except Egypt, oppose the autonomy Scheme. Carrington insisted that the1- principles of the Venice declaration are still valid. Israeli officials had expressed the opinion recently that they were as good as dead since the ascent to power in France of President Francois Mitterrand. Carrington said he had read (CONTINUED ON PAGE 16) Conference On The Holocaust To Be Held In Israel In June TEL AVIV (JTA)- Some 400 representatives from all over the world will attend a workshop and conference on the Holocaust and genocide, to be held in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in June. Conference chairman, Prof. Israel Charny, of Tel Aviv University, and conference co-director, Prof. Shamai Davidson, of Bar'Ilan University, said the aim of the conference was to foster understanding of the roots and implementation of genocide in order to intervene in time to prevent it. Participants will come from countries as far apart and disparate as the United (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) of Jewish studies, and is <. member of the Council of the World Union of Jewish Studies. He is a founder and member of the Executive Committee of the Institute for Judaism and Contemporary Thought in Israel, a member of the Academic Board of the Melton Research Center of the Jewish Theological Seminary and a member of the Board of Directors of the Library of Living Philosophies. - He also serves on the Executive Committee of the National B'nai B'rith Hillel Commission. . Professor Fox has published widely in both Jewish and general philosophy. He (CONTINUED ON PAGE 16) Beth Jacob Finalizes Plans Pictured above are members of the various committees meeting to discuss the upcoming "A Celebration of 25 Years—Rabbi David Stavsky with the Beth Jacob Congregation." Seated (left to right) are: Mrs. Shirley Hoffman; Mrs. Roberta Kohn; Mrs. Blanche Young; Mrs. Zelda Hirsch; Mrs. Rita Hoffman; Mrs. Fay Grinblatt; Mrs. Janet Leeman; Mrs. Dorothy Haas; Mrs. Barbara Tanenbaum. Standing (left to right) are: Dr. Charles Young; Mr. Irv Flox; Mr. Morris Weinstock; Mr. Martin Hoffman; Mr. Leonard Quinn; Mr. Ronald Golden; Mr. Hal tanenbaum; Mr. . Alvin Minkin; Mr. Joe Nichol; Mr. Richard Kohn; Mr. Bernard Hirsch; and Mr, Bernard Gerson. According to Joe Nichol, Chairman of Publicity, the invitations are being sent to friends of Rabbi Stavsky in the Jewish community to join in the celebration of this occasion on May 23. Members of the Jewish community can make reservations by calling Mrs. Blanche Young at 235-2190. Dinner is $18 per plate and must be paid in advance. Since space will be limited, it is suggested that reservations be made early.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1982-04-08|
|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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