THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, February 21, 1969
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Mayor Takes Part
in Iraq Protest
Teens Learning What
Community Is About
The Flint Jewish Community
Jewish and non-Jewish citizens Council has begun a series of pro-
outraged at recent Iraqi executions grams to acquaint teen-agers with
participated in a program, spon-
the organized Jewish community.
sored jointly by the Committee for
According to Marc Lebster, chair-
Humanity in Iraq and the Flint
Jewish Community Council Feb. man of the youth activities com-
12 at Temple Beth EL
mittee, a series of presentations
Petitions to U Thant were circu- will involve youth in Jewish activi-
lated, as well as telegrams to
President Nixon. Chairing the meet- ties and stress their significance.
ing was Alfred E. Klein, vice pres-
Mrs. Stanley Kaller, a commit-
ident of the Flint Jewish Commu- tee member, stated that programs
will be planned and executed by a
Participants were Rabbi William committee of the four youth groups.
Greenebaum II of Temple Beth El;
Flint Mayor Donald Cronin; John The assistance of the Council is
Mack, executive director of the available to the planning commit-
Urban League; Floyd McCree, tee, now programing for this year's
Flint 3rd Ward . Commissioner; Dr. activities.
Jack Stanzler, chairman of the
The first meeting of this new
Council's community relations com-
mittee; Dr. Bernard Dickstein, group, consisting of 9th-12th grad-
president of Temple Beth El; Mur- ers, was held Sunday at the Attic.
ray Moss, president of Cong. Beth After dinner, there was a slide
Israel; Paul Visser, administrative presentation by Dr. Leon Rosky,
assistant to Congressman Donald associate chairman of the 1969 UJA
Riegle; Fr. Thomas Thompson of Campaign. Dr. Rosky emphasized
St. Agnes Parish; Rev. Tom Sagen- the young people's relationship with
dorf, executive director of the In- the community and their future ob-
terfaith Action Council. The El ligations as Jewish leaders.
Mole Rahamim was chanted by
Cantor Abraham Ranani of Cong.
Megdell Heads Delegation
A telegram from Governor Mil- to UJA Midwest Parley
liken expressed his "shock at the
Flint residents who will attend
- public executions which took the United Jewish Appeal Midwest
place recently in Iraq. Such atro- Leadership Institute in Chicago this
cities committeed anywhere in weekend will be led by Joseph
the world and against peoples of Megdell, president of the Flint
any religion are deplorable. I Jewish Community Council and a
join in expressing deepest sym- member of the UJA National Fxec-
pathy and in condemning such utive Committee, who is serving as
associate chairman of the institute.
Mayor Cronin said: "We condemn
Personalities participating in the
these executions as murders and programs include Shlomo Lahat,
inhuman acts against mankind and deputy commander of Israel; Ed-
further condemn the barbarity of ward Ginsberg, UJA general chair-
the public display of the victims. man; David Schoenbrun, TV-radio
We urge the United Nations and its news commentator; and Rabbi Her-
member states to take action bert A. Friedman, executive vice
through diplomatic means to pre- president of the UJA.
vent further executions of this na-
ture in Iraq or elsewhere. We call
for all necessary action to insure Young Leaders Welcomed
prompt and safe emigration for all
The 1969 Flint United Jewish
Jews in all Arab lands and the re- Appeal Young Leadership Dinner
moval of all obstacles to prevent Feb. 13 at the Phoenix Club was
addressed by Robert Max Schreyer,
Co-chairmen for the newly form- member of the national UJA Young
ed Committee for Humanity in Leadership Cabinet.
Iraq are Rev. Sagendorf; Rev.
This division, co-chaired by Dr.
Earle R. Ramsdell, executive direc- William Bernard and Ronald Gold-
tor of the Greater Flint Council of stein, displayed a commitment and
Churches; Dr. Stanzler; and Jos- understanding of local, national and
eph Megdell, president of the Flint overseas needs by showing a 41 per
Jewish Community Council.
cent increase over 1968 figures.
Michael Pelavin, general chair-
man of the UJA campaign, stated
that the division's performance is
Howard Bragman, son of Mr. and a good indicator that the young
Mrs. Leonard Bragman, will be men are concerned with the future
called to the Tora as Bar Mitzva of Judaism and are willing to be
March 1 at Cong. Beth Israel.
involved if given the opportunity.
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Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Voight of
Sherwood Dr., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Lindy
to Jay Steven Keiser. Miss Voight
is a graduate of Michigan State
University. Her fiance, son of Mrs.
Emanuel Keiser of Forest Hills,
N.Y., attends Hofstra University,
Hempstead, N.Y. A March 22 wed-
ding is planned.
A June 8 wedding is planned by
Roberta Ann Silver and S. Joseph
Levine. Miss Silver, a graduate of
Central Michigan University, is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Feinstein of Clement St., and the
late Mr. Philip S. Silver. She is
working for her master's degree at
Michigan State University. Mr.
Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Levine of Greenwich, Conn.,
is on the faculty of Michigan State
Feb. 23—City of Hope Junior Fash-
ion Show, 3:30 p.m. Tem-
ple Beth El
—Tween Bowling Pro
gram, 3 p.m., Town and
24—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Board Meeting, 12:30 p.m.
—Temple Beth El Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m.
25—Joint Sisterhood Study
Group, 9:30 a.m., Cong.
—Hadassah Study Group,
—Bnai Brith Board Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m.
—Joint Adult Education, 8
p.m., Temple Beth El
26—Council Youth Activities,
7:30 p.m., Cong. Beth Is-
MISS SHARON HAIMES
27—Senior Friendship Club,
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Haimes of
12:30 p.m., Temple Beth
St. Paul announce the engagement
of their daughter Sharon to Law-
rence Robert Mills, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry J. Mills of Flint.
Miss Haimes is a graduate of the
University of Minnesota. Her fiance
is a graduate of Iowa State Uni- Feb. 21—Temple Emanuel Family
A May 18 wedding is planned in
22 USY Basketball Game
26—Bnai Brith Women
Scheduled May 18
Wilma Goldstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nate Goldstein, has,been
named manager of Market Inter-
views, a subsidiary of Market Opin-
ion Research Co. of Detroit. Miss
Goldstein joined the firm last year.
Ben Bombel has been reappoint-
ed to the Genesee County Veterans
Trust Fund Committee by the
Michigan Veterans Trust Fund. He
represents the Disabled American
Buoy From Dakar
Found Near Gaza
TEL AVIV (JTA) — A marker
buoy washed up on a Gaza Strip
beach has been identified as be-
longing to the missing Israeli sub-
marine Dakar which vanished with
all hands in the eastern Mediter-
ranean on or shortly after Jan. 25,
1968. That was the date on which
the last radio contact was made
with the submarine and its 69 offi-
cers and crewmen.
Vice Admiral Abraham Botzer,
commander of Israel's navy, and
Commander Joseph Dror of its
submarine flotilla disclosed at a
press conference that the buoy
was found by an Arab last Sunday
on a beach north of Khan Yunis.
The navy commanders said the
buoy was standard submarine
equipment housed in a special
enclosure on the submarine's
deck and releasable from inside
the undersea craft. The buoy
contained an automatic transmit-
ter capable of broadcasting SOS
signals and the sub's serial num-
ber for 60 to 80 hours. They said
that markings on the buoy and
an attached rope identified it as
coming from the Dakar.
They stressed, however, that the
discovery was not a clue to the
whereabouts of the missing sub suf-
ficient to warrant a renewed
search. They noted that currents
in the eastern Mediterranean may
have floated it to the North African
coast where it fell in with the Nile
current that flows northward
along the Sinai and Israel coasts.
They said that should an examina-
tion of the buoy reveal their infor-
mation, the question of a new
search would be reviewed.
The Dakar, a 20-year-old British-
built submarine, was purchased
by the Israel Navy and was on its
first voyage to Israel from the
Portsmouth naval base in England
when it was lost.
—Council-Board of Geyer*
nors Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
Temple Beth El
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