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February 20, 1970 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-20

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Flint News

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Intermediate Gifts Are Headed
New Chairman, Na than Schafer

Dr. Leon Rosky, chairman of the almost the entire income available
1970 Flint United Jewish Appeal from her internal revenue. This
Campaign, announced the appoint- means they must turn to us to
ment of Nathan Schafer as chair- provide all the social needs—and
man of the intermediate gifts divi- we must respond, we must hear
sion. Serving with and heed the call."
lim as co-chair-
men are Dr. Pe-
er Kronick and
Martin Suber.
Co-chairmen of
he young leader-
.hip division will Feb. 21-22—Hadassah Art Show
)e Dr. William
23—Temple Beth El Board Meet-
lernard and Ron-
ing, 8:30 p.m.
Lid Goldstein.
24—Willowood Meeting,
Accepting t h e
8:30 p.m.
chairmanship of
Schafer
—Bnai Brith Board Meeting,
intermediate gifts, one of the larg-
8:30 p.m., home of Dr. Bert
est divisions of the entire cam-
Marx.
25—Hadassah New Members
Tea, 12:30 p.m.
26—Council Board of Governors
Meeting, 8:30 p.m. Temple
Beth El.
• • •
Beth Israel Sisterhood will host
Temple Beth El Sisterhood at an
afternoon of music 12:30 p.m.,
March 4. Guest speaker, Prof. Ja-
son Tickton of Wayne State Uni-
versity, will discuss "Music for
the Jewish Home."
Dr. Bernard
Goldstein

Community
Calendar

naign, Schafer stated that the goal
this year is not only to raise funds,
which are desperately needed, but
also to educate each donor to the
facts.
Schafer said, "In addition to the
needs of our local services which
our campaign funds, we must pro-
vide for the humanitarian needs,
the social services for Israel. Is-
rael's defense costs will consume

Bar Mitzva

Jerome Feldman, son of Mr.
Harry Feldman, will be called to
the Torah as Bar Mitzva Feb. 28
at Cong. Beth Israel.

Births

Jan. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Silverman (Andrea Foote), 3118
Stevenson, a son, Joel Evan.

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Grand Rapids
News Notes

Feb. 20—Temple Emanuel Inter
faith Service
21—USY Social
22—USY Board
—Jewish Cultural Commit-
tee Event
25—Women's Bnai Brith
27—Temple Youth Oneg Sha-
bat.
• • •
Temple Emanuel will host its
first ecumenical service 8:15 p.m.
today. Participants include repre-
sentatives of the major branches
of the religious community.
Planned with the cooperation of
the Grand Rapids Area Council of
Churches, Grand Rapids Minis-
terial Association and the Diocese
of Grand Rapids, the service will
contain elements of Catholic,
Protestant and Jewish forms of
worship, and it will be conducted
by members of all three faiths.
The sermon will be delivered
by Bishop Joseph Breitenback.
Following the service, there will
be a discussion, and Temple Eman-
uel Sisterhood will serve refresh-
ments.
• • *
Spectrum '70, the series spon-
sored by the Grand Rapids Jewish
Cultural Council, will present "Sal-
lah" 8 p.m. Sunday at Cinema
Theater. It is open to the public.
• • •
-
Alan Rapaport, Grand Rapids
United Synagogue Youth president,
has been appointed to the Inter-
; national USY board as co-chair-
man of Soviet Jewry affairs. Son
of Anne and Sidney Rapaport,
Alan is the first Grand Rapids
USYer to be appointed to the In-
Iriternational USY board..
• • •
Ahavas Israel Sisterhood Study
Group will meet 1 p.m. Tuesday at
the synagogue. Subject for discus-
sion will be Jewish art and poetry.
Rabbi Chazin will lead the dis-
cussion and show a short film,
"Passover Art of the Middle Ages."

Eshkol Memorial Meeting

NEW YORK (JTA)—A memor-
ial meeting for the late Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol was held
Tuesday in the auditorium of the
Jewish Agency, sponsored by the
Jewish Agency — American Sec-
tion and the American Zionist

Council. It was attended by repre-
sentatives of all leading American
Jewish organizations.

Pelavin Gets New UJA
Young Leadership Post

Michael A. Pelavin has been
appointed mid-continent chairman
of the Young Leadership Cabinet
of the United Jewish Appeal, it
was announced by James H. Nobil,
cabinet chairman.
Pelavin, who has served as vice
chairman of the region, is a mem-
ber of the national board of direc-
tors of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds and
chairman of its national commit-
tee of small cities. He is on the
executive committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, advisory
board of young leaders of the
CJFWF and a member of the
Joint Distribution Committee's na-

tional council.

ARNOLD LEVITSKY

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in the process of absorption. He
said the separation by the Jewish
Agency of the absorption depart-
ment from the immigration depart-
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30 Israel Towns to Name
Sites for Keren Hayesod

JERUSALEM—Some 30 cities

and local councils throughout Is-
rael have decided to name streets,
parks, suburbs and other sites in
honor of Keren Hayesod, on the

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occasion of its 50th anniversary
next summer.
These are in addition to eight
other locales where sites and
streets have already been named
for Keren Hayesod.
The naming ceremonies will com-
prise only part of the jubilee cele-
brations, which also will include
a special exhibit at next year's In-
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cans and Canadians in Israel,
speaking at a conference of aliya
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arrange their own lives without any
help whatever from the govern-
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did state, however, that not all
American settlers remain in the
country. Some 30 per cent return
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