Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1989-07-06, page 01
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a. /t,-.y<;t"vi-*:-«i«' :*■-,*■ '•■■ til 3>'! J1JR0MCLE Serving Columbus and Central Ohio Jewish Community lor Over £0 Years MR VOL.67 NO. 27 JULY 6, 1989-TAMMUZ 3 Devoted to American and Jewish Ideals. ?5i? ^f'^iety Libr Columbus, Ohio" % 43a.ti COMP PLO Rejects Israel's Election Plan Confirmation Held Recently At Beth Tikvah Beth Tikvah recently held Confirmation services. Pictured are (front row, 1. to r.): Karen Sabgir, Deborah Feder, Deborah Burkman, Linda Karn, Ashley Koff, Deborah Pasternack, Johanna Frank, (back row) Eric Esses, Marc Goldman, Michael Uretsky, Rabbi Gary Huber, Ben Robbins, Jonathan Kisch, Rony Guldmann, Michael Bromet. STRASBOURG, France (JTA) — The Palestine Liberation Organization has flatly rejected Israel's proposals for Palestinian elections in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, in statements made at a recent international forum. An Israeli Knesset member attending the same meeting here defended his country's proposal and urged the European nations to abandon the idea of an international peace conference for the Middle East, which the gathering was organized to propiote. The occasion was a two- day close-door session of the Council of Europe's Political Committee of Parliamentary Assembly. It was devoted to peace prospects in the Middle East. The organizers said the Don't Miss The Opportunity To wish The community A Sweet New Year see page 12 for details THE OHIO JEWISH CHRONICLE NEW YEAR EDITION SEPTEMBER 25, 1989 FEATURING: ■ Tne Jewish Epicure—a special feature section about how to plan the perfect party and what and where to eat In Columbus ■ Feature Articles ■ The Annual, Updated Guide to the Jewish Community ■ Organization Annual Reports ■ Pictorial and Chronological Highlights of the Past Year ■ New Year Greetings to the Community ■ The OJC Community Calendar—a Jewish calendar designed especially for this community ■ nltv^P^^ Nationally Known Storyteller To Entertain At Family Picnic Reservation Deadline Hearing For Foundation Annual Meeting Community members planning on attending the Monday, July 24, Annual Dinner Meeting of the Columbus Jewish Foundation are reminded that the reservation deadline for the event is drawing near, and due to the anticipated large turnout, early reservation requests are encouraged. The Ninth Annual Meeting will be held at the Hyatt Regency (Ohio Center), beginning at 6:15 p.m., with dietary laws being strictly observed. Plans for the Annual meeting, co-chaired by David Milenthal and Karen Moss, include dinner with dessert buffet following, an audiovisual and live tribute to Samuel M. Melton for his 34-year commitment and dedication to the Foundation and community at large, a recap of the Foundation's past year's activities and accomplishments, honors to individuals making a Foundation commitment during the past fiscal year, presentation of "Awards of Merit" to recipients of past Foundation grants and several other special recognitions. The Columbus Jewish Foundation's role is unique, in that it meets the special and unusual philanthropic needs of the community. Planned, lifetime and deferred giving enable the Foundation to provide grants to non-profit groups which serve the social, cultural, health and educational needs of the community. Through its efforts, the Foundation is "Building a Community Legacy, From Generation to Generation." For more information on the Annual Meeting or to make reservations, contact the Foundation office at 237-7686. Congregation Ahavas Sholom is sponsoring a family outing on Sunday, July 30, from 3-6 p.m. This event will take place at Dawes Arboretum and will feature Jewish storytelling with songs for families by Doug Lipman. The program will begin at 3 p.m. with a specially arranged tour of the Dawes- wood House Museum (former home of the Arboretum founders) which is filled with turn-of-the-century antiques, furnishings . and memorabilia. The charge for the guided tour is $2 per adult, children between the ages of 6 and 12 are $1 and under 6 years admitted free. | At 4 p.m., Lipman will present a program of storytelling based on the three weeks of mourning which culminate in the fast day of Tisha B'Av, accompanied by musical sound effects. These stories, have been designed by Lipman to entertain toddlers as well as older children and adults, and the shelter house at the Arboretum has been reserved for this activity. The site of the performance, Dawes Arboretum, is a sprawling, wooded 1000 acre property of rare trees, oaks, pines, crabapples and more with a lake, three walking trails, Japanese garden and a shelter house, at which the picnic will be held at 5 p.m. Drink and dessert will be provided by Ahavas Sholom. Participants should bring their own picnic supper (no fires allowed). Ahavas Sholom extends an invitation to all families in the community to take part. For reservations and information, call - Nancy Kay, 2374699. An automobile "wagon train" will form at Ardmore and Broad Street intersection in Bexley at 2 p.m. on July 30. In case of inclement weather, the program will begin at 3 p.m. at Ahavas Sholom Synagogue, 2568 E, Broad St., and include storytelling and dessert. Directions to the Dawes Arboretum include taking Interstate 70 to exit 132. Turn left and Dawes Arboretum is five miles down Route 13. purpose was to help create a climate conducive to an international conference. Two Knesset members were present as observers, Uzi Landau of Likud and Shevach Weiss of the Labor Party. Neither had any contact with the PLO. Landau was the first member of Likud to attend an official meeting attended by the PLO. However, he walked out of the hall when the PLO members began to speak. Weiss stayed and was able to offer rebuttal. The Council of Europe, consisting of 23 Western European countries, is based in Strasbourg, where it shares a building with the Parliament of Europe, the 518-member legislative body of the European Community. The debate on Middle East peace drew about 50 members of parliament from a variety of countries, including the Soviet.Union, Egypt and Morocco. Of the major powers, only the United States and China failed to attend. Jordan and Syria also did not respond to the invitation. A four-man PLO delegation was headed by Khalid al-Hassan, chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the Palestine National Council, the PLO's so-called parliament-in-exile. PNC member Nabil Shaat called Israel's election proposals an "Israeli-American plan based on the (1978) Camp David accords, Tours Of New Addition Highlight Heritage Village Board Meeting Tours of the new three-story addition of the future Wexner Heritage House were a highlight of the past Heritage Village Board Meeting. Walking through the dining rooms, meat and dairy kitchens, enlarged adult day care center and resident support service areas, trustees unanimously expressed praise for the innovative design of the new building, which will soon serve the home's 150 residents. Pictured touring the residents'new home are (1. tor.) Heritage House First Lady Eleanor Resler, Trustee Dorothy Rubenstein, Auxiliary Co- President Shirlie Levitin, and Bella Wexner, honorary chairwoman of the board. Members of the community will soon have the opportunity to also receive a personalized tour of the residents' new home at a series of luncheons and dinners to be held during the month of July. The events will extend appreciation to contributors of the "We Are Their'Children" Building and Expansion Campaign. Invitations will be mailed soon. For additional information on the appreciation events, contact Gerald N. Cohn, executive vice president, at 237-7417. '■>'.:. ' 'TV (which) does not have a place for Palestinian self- determination." Weiss warned the European countries not to pressure Israel to force it into positions its public would not accept. He contended that an international conference would be counter-productive. Group Disbands NEW YORK (JTA) - Public Enemy, the rap group mired in controversy by one of its members' anti-Semitic statements, has apparently broken up. The group's publicist, Bill Adler, said Public Enemy . leader Chuck D contacted him and told him the band would no longer be recording together. Chuck D said he was "boycotting the record industry," said Adler, who is with Rush Artist Management, the company that handles the group. '-•■ Chuck D .also, made ;that,.-. anouncement on New York radio station WLIB and on the MTV cable television network. Recently, Chuck D gave a press conference saying that group member Professor Griff was no longer in Public Enemy. Griff came under harsh criticism after making virulently anti-Semitic remarks in a newspaper interview last month. Beth Jacob Teens Receive Awards Joel Stavsky, the youth director of the Beth Jacob Congregation, reported that on Saturday, June 17, the Annual Youth Activities Awards were presented to a number of teenagers for their participation in the Beth Jacob NCSY Chapter. Now in its 32nd year of awards and scholarships, the Beth Jacob Youth Group recognized: Teenager of the Year Award, the recipient of the Milton Leeman Scholarship Daryl Binsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bin- (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) IttT atmm The Chronicle mmmmmmmmmm AtlrhelFederiiUoia r;J>;?;'$ tS^^^WMntxmtii'x Av v'< % *¥ * * ?T* *^ *<? 2£^-"
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1989-07-06|
|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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