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Dr. Leon Rosky
Alfred Klein, president of the
Flint - Jewish Community Council,
has announced the appointment of
Dr. Leon Rosky as chairman of
the 1970 Flint United Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign to mobilize com-
munity support on behalf of the
presSing needs of Flint, the Israeli
people and distressed Jews else-
where in the world. •
After he was selected by lead-
ers of the Flint community, Dr.
Rosky commented: "Our goal
for 1969 must be greater than it
was in 1967 immediately after
the Six-Day War t6 help bring
the Israeli people - the social re-
lief they need to meet the con-
Dr. Rosky has served as asso-
ciate chairman for the 1969 Flint
UJA campaign. Ile is chairman of
the social welfare committee and
executive committee and past ca-
chairman of the
key gifts division
of the campaign
committee. Ile is
a member of Bnai
Brith, the corn
mittee on small
cities of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Fed-
erations and Wel-
fare Funds. the
NAACP, Civil Dr. Rosky
Liberties Union and the Masons.
He also served on the national
board of the Joint Distribution
Committee, was the 1968 Young
Leadership Award recipient and
traveled to Israel with the July
1968 Young Leadersip Mission. He
is vice president of Cong. Beth
A graduate of Youngstown Uni-
versity and the College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine and Surgery. Dr.
Rosky is a member of both the
Michigan Association of Osteo-
pathic Physicians and the Ameri-
can Osteopathic Association. He
and his wife Barbara are the par-
ents of two children.
Bnai Brith Lodge will meet 8:39
p.m. Tuesday at Howard Johnson's
Restaurant, Miller Rd. fly Berg-
man, executive director of the
Flint Jewish Community Council,
will discuss "You and the Coun-
cil," with reference to goals, work-
ings and relationship of the council
to its constituent agencies.
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The Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish
War Veterans will hold its paid-up
membership luncheon 12:30 p.m.,
Oct. 61, at the Country Squire Res-
taurant. Serving on the committee
with Mrs. Sanford Sidell are Mes-
dames Irving Wiseman, Sidney
Rachwal and Mike Wisnudel. For
reservations,'call Mrs. Sidell, 767-
Ann Lebster Chapter of Hadas-
sah will have its paid-up member-
ship luncheon at Temple Beth El
12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Hostesses
will he the following past presidents:
Mesdames Harry Mills, Heinrich
Kesten, Ilenry Livingston, Lester
Klein, Harry Weisberger, Joseph
Megdel), Arthur Silverman and
Jack Shaprow. Mrs. AleXander
Tucker, program vice-president,
will present Marci Lynne Rose,
a senior at Wayne State Univer-
sity. who has had a leading role
in "Carnival" at the Detroit Civic
Center Theatre and in "Carousel"
at the Will-O-Way Theater. She
has received scholarships at Inter-
lochen Music Camp and at Mich-
igan State Music Camp. She now
sings at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
I Lansing Dateline
Greater Lansing Jewish Welfare
Federation, President, Dr. David
Kahn announces a dinner to be held
7 p.m., Oct. 19 at Shaarey Zedck
David Schoenbrun, journalist and
television commentator, will be
guest speaker. Rina Kishon, for-
mer Miss Israel, will present her
views. Proceeds will go to the
United Jewish Appeal,
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Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood held a
recent welcome supper for all new
Jewish residents of the greater
Lansing area. Mrs. Murray Vinnik,
1768 Old Mill, East Lansing. opened
her home for this event. Assisting
The Flint Jewish Community Mrs. Vinnik were Mrs. Bernard
Council announces bowling for Bloomfield, membership chairman,
boys and girls in 5th through 8th and her committee, Mrs. Harvey
grades will start 3 p.m. - Oct. 12 at Rosenzweig and Mrs. Lawrence
Town and Country Lanes. The Alexander. President is Mrs. Jud-
cost includes two lines of bowling, son Werbelow. Thirty new mem-
shoes, balls and refreshments. bers have been enrolled in the con-
For reservations by Monday, call gregation.
the council office. 767-5922, or
Mrs. Percy Braun, 232-9584. Par- `Israel Won't Fall Victim
ents are asked to volunteer serv-
ices as a scorekeeper or helper.
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JERUSALEM (ZINS)—The So-
Debra Osher, daughter of Dr. viet invasion of Czechoslovakia
and Mrs. Seymour Ostler, will ob- has prompted Israel's military in-
serve her Bat Mitzva at Sabbath telligence to examine the fateful
services Oct. 11 at Cong. Beth Is- question whether Soviet Russia
could duplicate that action in the
Near East. The finding is negative.
In the view of Israel's military
Report British Support
experts, a Soviet invasion of Israel
for Israel Has Declined
would require a force of at least
LONDON (JTA) .-- British sym- 500,000 soldiers, a most irnprob-
pathy for Israel is still stronger able prospect at present.
than for the Arabs. But it has de-
The mere transport of such a
clined to 41 per cent from 59 per huge army is in itself no simple
cent in 1967, according to the latest matter. Preparatory action for such
Gallup Poll reported by the Daily an undertaking, carried on in
plain view, would sound an alarm
Only 21 per cent of the British not only in Israel but throughout
public believes that Britain should all of the Western world.
supply arms to Israel. the poll
Furthermore, 1.500,000 soldiers
showed. Five per cent of the pub. , '
lic favored the Arab cause com- are now positioned at the borders
China. Also, Soviet generals
pared to 4 per cent in 1967.
But 35 per cent said it favored , remember well the attack on Fin-
when the Finnish army, un-
neither side, compared to 22 per
cent two years ago, and 19 per der General Mannerheirn, beat off
cent had no opinion compared to the Red attackers and wrought
havoc in their ranks.
15 per cent in 1967.
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, October 3, 1969-13
Naval officers stationed in Sevas- Foreign Cash Reserves
In 1913, one of hem tipped him Decline to $526 Million
Oct. 3—Consecration Service,
off to the war dangers, and he suc-
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Israel's for-
ceeded in leaving the country with eign currency reserves declined in
5—United Synagogue Youth' his family. They arrived in Grand August by $7,500,000 and now stand
Rapids a month before the out-
at a total of $525,000,000, accord-
7—Ahavas Israel Sisterhood break of World War I. He opened
own store in 1918, retiring 30 ing to official sources.
pears later to live with his wife in
8—Temple Emanuel Sister- Miami Beach.
IF YOU TURN TN!
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Mr. Wasserman was a charter
9—Temple Emanuel Board of member of Workmen's Circle and
belonged to Bnai Brith.
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
10—Lisa Sutton Bat Mitz:Va
FIND A FIKER WIN! THAN
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the Israeli Ensemble.
Other programs in the series are
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an address by Israel Consul 'Gen-
eral Shaul Ramati, Nov. 23; a talk
by Rabbi Hailu Moshe Paris, Jan.
11; a showing of the film "Sal-
lah," starring Haym Topol, Feb.
22; and a performance by Theo-
dore Bikel, March 22.
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Temple Emanuel Religious
School opened Sunday, with a cele-
d u pb alr e occupancy
bration of Sukkot. Boys of the
eighth grade and their fathers con-
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structed a sukka, and the girls
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I The Bar Mitzva of Herold Bruce
Romer took place Sept. 26. Lisa
Sutton, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs.
4626 N. Woodward Ave., Royal Oak, Mich. 48072
Howard Sutton, will become Bat
Mitzva Oct. 10.
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Temple Emanuel Sisterhood will
hold its first meeting Wednesday.
A musical comedy skit, "Olive
Hirsch," written by Linda Allen
(Mrs. James Brock), will be pre-
sented under the direction of Sany
Whitman. On stage will be Marcia
Bashara, Sheila Eppinger, Myrna
Marcus, Linda Zagel, Joan Remes,
Phyllis Atlas, Yetta Smaller, Anne
Baum, Macky Marks and Helen
Eisenber. They will be accompa-
nied by Ruth Ullman.
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Hadassah's opening meeting, a
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Leo Winick, 54
Leo S. Winick, past president of
Bnai Brith, an accomplished pian-
ist and active member of Temple
Emmanuel, died Sept. 26 at age
Mr. Winick, 2214 Elmwood SE,
suffered from a kidney ailment
since his youth, but he participated
actively in musical events. He had
just succeeded in organizing a
choir at the temple when he be-
came too ill to continue. Mr. Winick
also helped Cong. Ahavas Israel
with its choir.
He had a wide knowledge of
Judaism, and wrote several ver-
sions of the Shema chant. He
was a member of the musicians'
In August, he and his wife Clar-
issa celebrated their 30th wedding
Besides his wife, Mr. Winick
leaves a son, David; his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Winick: and
a brother, Issac.
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Joseph Lobensky Dies
Joseph Lobensky, 2469 Belknap.
NE, died Sept. 27 at age 88. Mr.
Lobensky leaves his sister, Flor-
ence; several nieces and nephews.
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Paul Wasserman, a leather
craftsman and founder of Wasser-
man's Luggage Shop in Ottawa.
died in Miami Beach at age 91.
Mr. Wasserman, a native of Po-
land, opened a leather goods store
in the Crimea and developed a
large following among Russian
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