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The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, April 01, 1983, Image 1

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Winner of FourtgTAwards Address Correction Requested Non-Profit Organization BULK RATE U.S. Postage PAID Charlotte, N.C. Permit No. 1208 The Charlotte JEWISH TJEWS Vol. 5 No. 4 Charlotte, North Carolina April, 1983 Foundation — **Working hardf fast and right** New Site Plan Overwhelmingly Approved Resounding approval from all the participating institu tions greeted the site plan presented by Don Lee and Rob Jolly of the firm of Dellinger and Lee. The plan (shown in the center pages of this paper) addfes'ses itself to a number of issues and of fers excellent solutions. The symetric balance of the pro posed sites emphasizes the equality of the participating institutions. Children atten ding education classes in the education-recreation building will have easy walk ing access and a clear view of the sanctuaries. The full beauty of the complex and the prominence of the Temples will be oriented toward Providence Road for maximu n impact. Athletic fields and courts will be plac ed in a setting especially con ducive to quality participa tion and noise control. Final ly, ample acreage has been left undeveloped in anticipa tion of future community needs. Architects Proceeding With Plans For Education- Recreation Facility Meetings held with institu tional representatives, the Foundation Board and Building Committee Chairmen have resulted in approval for the architects to proceed with the develop ment of working drawings. “The next week will be very busy for both the architects and the members of the Building Committees ap pointed by the institutions,” said Bill Gorelick, Building Committee Chairman. “We feel we have the full understanding and coopera tion of the participants. There is a sense that this is the time, right now, to make this project happen', and we are going to do just that. We are going to work hard and fast and right.” Campaign Tops $4.3 Million Kay and Gold Co-Cbair Drive For Indoor Pool Campaign Chairman, Harry Swimmer, recently made two dramatic an nouncements the first was a gift of $50,000 from the Schwartz Family (Susan Roth, Nancy Sternoff and Elliott Schwartz) bringing the total to $4,305,000 for the Capital Drive. The second was the an nouncement of Barry Kaye and Mickey Gold as co- chairmen for the special drive to raise $250,000 for an indoor swimming pool. These funds will be raised in the form of increases from persons who have already made a pledge to the Capital Drive. : rrrrvTTTn The North Carolina Hebrew Aeademyi invites Yon to Attend The Second Ann ual Gaia Evening atMorrocroSt Home otRiebard & Charttae Mutter 2§95BleltardBonDrlre — Charlotte, N.C. Saturdayf April Z3t i983 8:30 PM $1Z5 Donation CmeMUUIt 0 Bora D*09mnr€9 Dmmetmg Vmdor 9tara Bimeh TioC^Hommi DrmwimgFor^ A Tom Dmj Trip ior Two tol9mr%i PMemme mmJi# cheoiig pmymhio to M»C. Hohrow Aemdomjr HMmUhjAprUMStktoi Sme Mrodehy fMfMlroriMutm, CAmriotf, M,C. MBMll I During the gala the patrons' tickets iwill be plac ed in a hat and one lucky winner will win a five-star hotel, 10-day trip to Israel for two arranged by Mann Travels. The itinerary in- eludes Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron, Jericho, Masada, the Galilee, Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Rishon Le Zion and Rehovot. The Gala committee has hired Larry Farber’s 5-piece band for the event. Federation *83 Campaign Is Over $7i2yOOO “We have 170 more people to see in person and talk with by phone. When we are done we will have reached $800,000.” Ron Katz, chairman of the Men’s 1983 Campaign, made this dramatic announcement at the March meeting of the Federation Board. In discussing the increase from the 1982 campai^ ($630,000) he particularly noted the in crease to $60,000 in Women’s Division. In the Spring of 1982 the Federation set its ’83 goal at $800,000 and the ’84 goal at $1 million. “We have no option,” said Richard A. Klein, Federation President. “We have the needs locally for a million dollar campaign and we have the capacity to (Continued on Page 16) In The NewS' Harry Swimmer, Barry Kaye and Michael Gold working on site plans for Foundation. In discussing their reasons for accepting their challeng ing task, Kaye and Gold em phasized their belief in an in door swimming facility to meet the needs of all age groups. They cited medical evidence of swimming as an optima] form of exercise and conditioning. They express ed the opinion that their en thusiasm is shared by many and they are determined to succeed. Temples to Hold Project Telethon Jerry Levin, President of Temple Israel, and Mark Periin, President of Temple Beth El, have announced (Continued on Page 9) JCC To Hold Annual Meeting And Elections Bob Abel, President of the Jewish Community Center, has announced the date of this year’s Annual Member ship Meeting “April 24 at 7:30 p.m. will be this year’s meeting date. With all that is happening with the Founda tion Community Project, we have decided to focus our meeting on this most impor tant topic.’’ Many people who have been involved in the Project over the last few years will be in attendance to answer questions. The second function of the Annual Meeting will be to elect the Officers and Board of Directors of the Center for 1983-1984. This year’s slate is: Harold Josephson, Presi dent; Peggy Gartner, Miles Levine and Michael Scharf, Vice Presidents, Larry Gerber, Treasurer; Linda Greenfeld, Corresponding Secretary; and Paula Musler, Recording Secretary. The following individuals have been nominated to the Board for three (3) terms; Michael Van Glish, Larry Horowitz, Florence Jaffa, Alan Levenson, Robert Trit- ten, Ed Warshawsky, and Barbara Zelickson. To fill unexpired two (2) year terms , ending in 1985 are: Harold Levinson and Robert Stein. Those nominated to fill one (1) year unexpired terms: Harry Berzack, Barry Kaye and Stephanie Seitlin. The above nominees will be serving their terms with the remaining nine (9) members whose terms expire in 1984 and 1985. Academy News ..p. 6 JCC p. 12-14 Bar/Bat Mitsvahs. ..p. 17 Jewish Lexicon • p. 3 Book Review ..p. 6 L’Chaim .p. 8 BoUetin Board Lubavitcher Rebbe . .p. S Calendar ..p.l7 Older Adults .p. 6 Candlelightiag — ..p. 16 This ’a That Edit»ial8 WoridBeat .p. 4 Together We Are z:i-—^ . j P16 P JCC Day Camp page 14 Architects' Plant For The Foundation ~ pages 10 & 11

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