Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1982-10-07, page 01
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ana..^ a- Eaa.aT.'VP.>aSrV_ »*> '1 aw. a. > a^F*. jB,rfa. aj-uafcallaa .".ItSj.'.'-'a.la.Jt.*- .'.Oi., a I 1 '*aS.'"Hia,a.J*.- IW, I to ^'a S--A-J LIBRARY, OHIO HISTORICAL $C"C4^rY 1982 VELMA AVEi **, OpLSvOv 43211 . EXCH _ Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Communily for Over 60 Years Vy/AvK VOL.60 NO.41 OCTOBER 7,1982-TISHREI20 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals. SI M CH AT Beginning Friday evening, Oct. 8, Jewish people throughout the world will observe the closing days of the eight-day festival of Sukkot or Tabernacles, climaxed by Simchat Torah, which means literally, "Rejoicing with the Torah." Simchat Torah is the most joyful festival in the Jewish calendar year, dramatized by the carrying of the Torah Scrolls around the synagogue seven times in sacred procession, celebrating the completion of the annual cycle of reading the Torah and marking the beginning of starting it anew. TORAH BEHIND THE HEADLINES ©wish Relations In Israel Suffer Yet Another Major Blow JERUSALEM (JTA)- The delicate relations between Arabs and Jews in Israel suffered another blow last week as thousands of Israeli atoabs staged a general strike, the first in six years. Six years ago, the Arabs in Israel declared a general strike in protest against the confiscation of land in the Galilee for mainly Jewish development projects. Although the Arabs have persisted in noting "Land Day" every March 30 since then, they have been careful not to strain relations with the Jewish majority and have refrained from holding strikes. '*". But following the massacre of Palestinians at the Bessie Folkman To Be 1982 At BBW Menorah Luneheo Pictured above is Rose Schwartz (second from right) with an early Jewish Center Preschool class..She will be honored on Oct. 17 for her more than 30 years of service to the Jewish community. Rose Schwartz Tribute To Be Held October 17 At Coll. Jewish Center On Sunday, Oct. 17th, Rose Schwartz, former director of Early Childhood Services at the Jewish Center, will be honored for her more than 30 years of service to the Jewish community. As a pioneer in the preschool field, Rose, as she is known to both young and old, began the Columbus Self- Development School in a house on Bryden Road in the 1940's. Then, in 1951, she was asked to move the school to " the New Jewish Center where it has grown and flourished. Since her retirement in 1977, Rose .and her husband Al have lived in San Diego. They are returning to Columbus for the special occa- Mrs. Bessie Folkman will be the Honoree of the Day at the 1982 B'nai B'rith Women's Menorah Luncheon Sunday, Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m. at the Winding Hollow Country Club. Mrs. Folkman is a respected leader in Columbus, having served as rebbitzan of Temple Israel for 26 years. She has been honored as 1961 "Man of the Year" by the , Brotherhood of- Temple Is- - rael, 1965 Temple Israel Sisterhood Award for Religious and Community Service, 1966' Merit Mother of Ohio and recipient of a Pi Lambda Theta Citation for "outstanding service to the cause of education and for unselfish devotion to: the problems related to the professional growth of teachers." Co-author of Democracy and Religion Begin at Home, she raised her three children, Moses Judah, David and Joy, iii a democratic home environment using family councils. Dr. and Mrs. Folkman have been jointly honored as 1976 Temple Israel Couple of the Year, 1973 recipients of Honoree member Women's Auxiliary White Cross Hospital, first (CONTINUED ON PAGE 13) Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in west Beirut, the moderate elements among the Israeli Arabs were pushed aside or else joined hands with the radicals. The rage against, the massacre swept through all the segments of the Arab population. It was not accidental that the decision to call a general strike last week was taken unanimously at a meeting . of Arab mayors which was hosted by Mayor Ibrahim Nimer Hussein of Shefaram, a moderate. Undoubtedly, the protests which engulfed-the country following the massacre pro- (CONTINUED ON PAGE 15) Judith Franklin Appointed ws Editor Of Chronicle Bessie Folkman Kiwanis District Service Award and 1974 award for outstanding dedication, service to the congregation and community. They have nine grandchildren. Mrs. Folkman served as former president of the Michigan State Federal Temple Sisterhoods, a member of the board of trustees for the Temple Israel Sisterhood, Group C board member of the Friendship House, board member of the National Foundation, Charter Milton J. Pinsky, publisher of the Ohio Jewish Chronicle, announces the appointment of Judith Pier Franklin as Chronicle News Editor. Franklin, who has been with the paper since last articles as well.as edit copy and assist in production. A Columbus native, she is a graduate of Ohio State University with a bachelor of arts degree in English and attended O.S.U.'s Graduate School of Journalism. She Diane Levi March, will continue to write both feature and news sion of "Hand in Hand, a Tribute to Rose Schwartz," which is an effort to raise $50,000 for the construction of a new playground, The event, which costs $50 per person, will begin at 5:15 p.m. with a new building tour. The dinner and program will begin at 6 p.m. and will be held in the Center's present auditorium. Many people were touched by the warmth and love Rose gave, so freely, and a large attendance of former preschoolers and their families is expected. If you are interested in more information, contact Barbara Weinberg, present director of Early Childhood Services, 231-2731. Beth Jacob To Honor Three Dedicated Members ' . Recipientsof awards for dedication and length of service to Beth Jacob Congregation are long-time members (1. tox.) Herman "Dutch" Geichman, (Parness Award), Morris Yahr and Mrs. Syd (Minnie) Mendelman (Kessor Torah Awards). These three individuals will be honored on Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Beth Jacob Synagogue. The occasion, which begins at 6:30 p.m., will be the annual Testimonial Banquet. A Journal of Honor will be distributed at the dinner. For more information, call the Beth Jacob office, 237-8641, for an application. Bernard Gerson, general chairman for the evening, encourages those who have not made reservations to do so by calling reservation chairpersons Dorothy Haas at 237-5400 and Jane Rosenblum at 475-4688. Judith Franklin was the editor of the Ohio State Medical Association's patient education tabloid, Synergy, and has served in numerous other public relations capacities and as a free lance writer. The Chronicle, in its continuing effort to better serve the Columbus Jewish community, will, within the next few months, expand its coverage of local events and personalities through reporting and in-depth, timely interviews, according to Stephen N. Pinsky, Chron- icle Msociate Editor. Franklin will be instrumental in this endeavor, he said. Diane Levi, former News Editor, will assume the position Of Associate Editor and Advertising Manager, Pinsky stated. She will continue to serve as liaison between community organizations and the Chronicle as well as provide comprehensive customer service to all Chronicle advertisers.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1982-10-07|
|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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