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September 12, 1969 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-12

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14—Friday, September 12, 1969

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""""'""' Detroiters Join With Israeli Minister
in Plea for Increased Bond Activities

A group of Detroit volunteer
workers for Israel Bonds joined
last Friday noon, at the offices of
the Detroit Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. in an appeal that was marked
terror. It is filled with murderous by a nationwide telephone confer-
assaults of terrorists on border ence linking Israel with the United
kibutzim. It is filled with the terror States, in a plea for increased ef-
of a bomb exploding in a crowded forts for investments in Israel.
bus station. It is filled with the
The major appeal, in the tele-
terror of Arab leaders who vow to phone conference in which Israel
destroy the state of Israel.
Bond workers in 69 American cities
Israel will survive because
there is no alternative. But if participated, was by Israel Finance
daily survival is the immediate F inance Minister' - Sharef.
necessity, it is still not enough. 1
More than 2,700 Jewish lead.
Israel seeks a fuller, more mean-
ers in communities from coast
ingful existence — a productive
to coast joined in the parley in-
future as a people, as a nation.
augurating the fall phase of the
Israel needs the tools of peace as
1969 Israel Bond campaign to
much as, perhaps more than, it
provide $200,000,000 for econom-
requires the means of defense.
ic development.
And for these tools, they ask our
Sharef called for maximum sup-
help.

Rosh Hasimna Message

From ALFRED KLEIN, President
Flint Jewish Community Council
This Rosh Hashana, which will
mark the year 5730, is truly one of
••flays of awe." In the other reaches
of the universe, man has set foot
on the moon. Here on earth, man-
kind continues to struggle for
spiritual freedom and physical sur-
vival.
For the people of Israel. every

day and every night is filled with

Ellvn 11 -1i/cowl -den 11",-(1
to 1171liain Eliott Sudo-a.

We must listen. And our answer
—the only answer—must be: "We
hear you, Israel!"
For myself, the officers and staff
of the Flint Jewish Comunity Coun-
cil. and for the hundreds of thou-
sands of Jews who depend on you,
I extend my best wishes for a year
of peace and prosperity.

Bnai Brith Honors Leaders

Bnai Brith Flint Lodge. at a re-
cent meeting, presented a 50-year
certificate to Max Severin and the
Morris Gold Memorial Trophy to
Ted Vinacow, president of the
Michigan Council of Bnai Brith,
for his outstanding service to Bnai
MRS. WILLIAM SUDOW
Brith. in Flint and statewide.
The president's pin was present-
F.Ilyn Dinner Winegarden and
Eliott Sudow, children of ed to Hy Klein, president of the
lodge
last year.
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Dallas Wine-
❑ arden of Western Hills Dr. and

port of Israel's economy which he
described as crucial to the coun-
try's capacity to withstand the
pressures of unrelieved crisis.
Samuel Rothberg, national cam-
paign chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, its vice president, dealt
with the campaign program in the
conference which originated from
the national headquarters of the
Israel Bond Organization in New
York City.
In his address to the conference,
Finance Minister Sharef empha-
sized his country's determination
to defend itself against attack and
•to prevent its enemies from bring-
ing about "another Hitlerian Holo-
caust" directed against the Jews
of Israel.
Defense needs, Sharef indi-

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Z. Sudow of USY Dinner Prepared
Peoria. dB_ were married recently
Flint Chapter. United Synagogue
at Temple Beth El.
Youth, invites 8th-12th graders and
The bride wore a gown of Brus-
their parents to a membership
sels lace with a jeweled neckline

dinner 5:30 p.m. Sept. 28 at Cong.
and a court train. She wore a juliet
Beth Israel. Featured on the pro-
cap of matching lace and carried
gram will be Larry Stok
e and
• a bouquet of yellow and white
Steven
Fuerst of Somervill'W N.J.,
roses.
chairmen are Mrs. Carl Meyers
Judith Epstein of Washington, and Mrs. Edward Osher.
I) C.. was maid of honor, and
bridesmaids were Ellen Sudow of
Washington. D.C.
Ann Gross.
New ton. Mass., Melinda Winegar-
den and Mrs. Jerome D. Wine-
garden Jr.
Robert Waxman of Washington,
The engagement of Steven Paul
C.. was best man, and ushers
ere Jerome D. Winegarden Jr.. Fogel to Riitta Karina Antikinen
Robert W. Steiner Jr. of Boston, was announced by Mrs. Antikinen
Sit Fuerst of Somerville. N.J., in Helsinki, Finland. Miss Anti-
and Andrew Skodol of Glassport• kinen is a student at the Univer- .
sity of Helsinki. Her fiance, the
Pa.
The neN%lyweds left on a honey- son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fogel,
' nifmn trip to Europe. On return attends the University of Michigan.

Grand Rapids
News Notes

they will make their home in Phil-
adelphia.

Life Begins at 40
for Ann Lebster Unit

U.S. Nazis Convene
National Congress

WASHINGTON (JTA)—Assorted
home-grown Nazis gathered at Ar-
lington, Va. recently for what they
Preparations are under way for called the first "North American
the 40th annual donor luncheon of Congress of the World Union of
Ann Lebster Chapter, Hadassah, National Socialists." According to
to be held 12:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at a press release from the group,
Cong. Beth Israel.
the event was attended by 127 del-
Chairmen are Mesdames Jerome egates from 28 states and Cana-
Arenson. Marshall H. Cossman and dian provinces.
Henry Schafer.
In a policy statement, the Nazis
This year's program is an orig- pledged the "spiritual and political
inal musical, "If It's Wednesday,. unification of North America from
It Must Be Hadassah," written by the Arctic to the Rio Grande in a
Mrs. Peter Kronick and Mrs. Al- National Socialist New Order to
fred Rosenthal.
serve as a base for the construc-
Tickets are in the hands of Mrs. tion of a greater Aryan community'
Sidney Hartman. assisted by Mrs. throughout the world."
Arthur Silverman and Mrs. Harry
Delegates commemorated the
Katz. Working on the doner book 50th anniversary of the founding of
are Mesdames Hyman Loikrec, the Nazi Party by Hitler and view-
H. H. Kesten, Joseph Megdell, ; ed German Nazi films. They were
Asher Marder, Harry Feldman, I addressed by Matt Koehl, "corn-
Joseph Weinstein and Morris Gold- : mander" of the "World Union" of
enberg. Mrs. Jerome Mills is lunch- Nazis; John Beattie, leader of the
eon chairman, and her co-chair- Canadian Nazi Party; and Robert
men are Mrs. Ben Epstein and Lloyd, executive officer of the Na-
Mrs. David Schafer. Decorations tional Socialist White Peoples
will be done by Mrs. Leonard Party.
Shulman and Mrs. Harold Plotnik.
I thank fate for having made me
Publicity and invitations are by
Mrs. Samuel Cossman, with the born poor. Poverty taught me the
assistance of Mrs. Raymond m.1 true value of the gifts useful to life.
I
—Anatole France.
Engelman.

sures on the economy of the
country. Yet Israel must con-
tinue investing in economic de-
velopment, he said, pointing out
that 35,000 newcomers will ar-
rive this year, and 40,000 to 45,-
000 are expected in 1970.
He noted also that Israel has
just added another year to the

today, and added:
"They have shown that they can
hold the line, that nothing will
weaken their resolve to obtain a
real and lasting peace, no matter
how long they have to wait."
Robert Brody, chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Organization,
presided at the Detroit session of
minimum education required, so the telephone conference and par-
that all children must now com- ticipants In the Detroit appeal in-
plete at least nine years of school- eluded Mrs. Morris Schaver, Louis
Levitan and a number of others
ing.

Rothberg underlined the crucial who volunteered to assist in the
nature of the position in which the cash collection effort currently In
people of Israel find themselves progress.

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