March 13-15—Michigan State Tern-
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20—T emple Emanuel
Purim •Family Ser-
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Spaghetti Dinner with
sauce and grated cheese.
• Manuel Brown,
r-1 Cotnritunal Leader
Event, Joint Purim
Grand Rapids United Synagogue
Youth will hold a Purim carnival
March 22, with free lunch to be
served to all children. The youth
group will show a USY film about
the Israel pilgrim age at a meet-
ing Sunday. Members are plan-
ning to attend the USY regional
convention in Detroit March 27-29.
They are currently conducting a
Passover candy sale. To place or-
ders„ call Tania Zaroff, 949-2724.
• • •
Ahavas Israel Sisterhood will
meet for luncheon noon Tuesday,
when a color film on "Shalom of
Safed" will be shown. The film
about Israel's noted artist, who
began to paint in his 70s, holds the
National Council on Jewish Audio-
Visual Materials Award for the
best film of Jewish interest in
1968. The sisterhood will take part
in the all-day institute on the
theme of "How Long for Judaism,"
to be held 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. April 1
at Beth Israel Synagogue in Flint.
Cong. Ahavas Israel an-
nounced it will dedicate a grove
in Jerusalem in memory of the
wife of a Grandville minister
who was killed on a visit to the
Holy Land Feb. 11. Mrs. Barbara
Ertle, 31, wife of the Rev.
Theodore Ertle, pastor of the
Grandville Baptist Church, was
killed by machinegun fire when
Arab terrorists ambushed a tour-
ist bus near Hebron. The grove
will be part of the United Syna-
Rabbi and Mrs. Frederick A.
Eisenberg are in Israel for the
annual meeting of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis. Dur-
ing Rabbi Eisenberg's absence,
services are being conducted at
Temple Emanuel by Asher Moss
and Eugene Eppinger. Guest speak-
er at 8:15 p.m. services today will
be Rev. Donald B. Strobe.
• • •
Grand Rapids Temple Youth is
planning to host a Michigan State
Temple Youth board meeting April
17-19, and is now seeking housing
for some 150 'delegates.
• s •
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood
heard psychologist Dr. William
Kooistra discuss 'the problems of
drug addiction. and the Project Re-
hab program 'in- Grand Rapids at
Jacob Ring, Active
in Yiddish Activities
You can tell the ideals of a na-
Jacob Ring, pist secretary of tion by its advertiiements.
the Workmen's Circle and active
Manuel Brown, an active mem- in its school and theater, died last
ber of the Jewish and general com- Saturday at age 76.
munities for many years, died last
Mr. Ring, 2110 Hall SE, was
Friday at age 66.
owner for 43 years of Riverside
Mr. Brown, 2861 Woodcliff SE., Auto Wrecking Co. Born in Russia,
was chairman of the board of the he was active in Yiddish cultural
Joe Brown, Inc., scrap processing organizations and belonged to
firm founded by his father. A na- Cong. Ahavas Israel and Bnai
tive of Grand Rapids, he was a Brith.
past president of the National
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Surviving are his wife, Pauline;
Council of the United Jewish Ap-
two daughters, Mrs. Lester (Faye)
PEST CONTROL SERVICE, Inc.
In the past, he served as pres- Berman and Mrs. Edith Lieber- Guaranteed
Ants, Spiders and Clover Mites.
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ident of the Grand Rapids Jew- man of Skokie, Ill; and six grand-
ish Community Fund and chair-
man of Bonds for Israel. He was
on the board of trustees of
Temple Emanuel, chairman of
the Grand Rapids Conference
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dent of the Michigan Chapter
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stitute and life member of its in-
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Mr. Brown was past co-chairman
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
of the USO, board member of the
Birmingham (Near °emery's)
War Chest and chairman of the
Salvage Drive during World War
II. He was a member of Bnai
Brith, DeWitt Clinton Consistory,
Saladin Temple Shrine', Valley
City Lodge, Friends of Art, Lions
and Elks. He also was an active
supporter of Youth Commonwealth.
Surviving are his wife, Adri-
enne; two daughters, Mrs. Simon
(Doris) Landman and Mrs. Leon-
ard (Carolyn Sue) Singer; one
brother, Louis; and seven grand-
A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION
I know what
Plight of Arab, Jewish
by Javits, Honoree
NEW YORK (JTA)—Sera Jacob
K. Javits, Republican of New York,
said Monday that the Palestinian
refugees are becoming as much
of a problem to the Arabs as they
have been to the Israelis.
In accepting the International
Rescue Committee Freedom Award
at a dinner at the Waldorf Astoria,
Javits said: "Life has been very
harsh for the Palestinian refugees
—largely because that is the way
radical Arab politicians insisted
it be, for their own political pus:
poses. Now those who sowed the
Just cook the spaghetti, add
seeds of discord, and nourished
the heated sauce, top with the
them for 20 years, are reaping
zippy cheese. Real Italian
ta'am, a real family pleased
Javits said that the refugee
guerrillas "have no more respect
for (the Arab) governments- than
those governments have shown for
To be a good critic demands their welfare, rights and aspiri-
more brains and judgment than bons over the past two decades."
He added, however, that he felt
most men possess.—Josh Billings.
the new Palestinian nationalism
and self-assertions might lead to
a bettering of the refugee's condi-
tion. "The Arab refugees, however,
are not the only large body of re-
fugees who have been set adrift in
the Middle East," Javits said.
He said that the Jewish com-
munity in Iraq has gone from
150,000 20 years ago to 2,500 to-
day; in Morocco the Jewish pop-
ulation went from 450,000 to
50,000. In Algeria, 178,000 of the
180,000 Jews emigrated, and only
a handful of Jews remain in
other Arab states.
Many of the refugees went to
Israel. Others settled in Italy,
France, the U.S. and Canada. "At
You will find us efficient, courteous and fair-priced. You
least they are resettled and free,"
will be assured" of satisfaction and to quote "or your
Javits said, "not so, tragically,
money refunded!' - For over 25 years Post has •been
for the estimated 100,000 Jews re-
mechanical arm of the Jewish News, this in itself, ,bears
maining in Arab lands."
testimony to aioi desire to serve.
He added, "these Jews in Iraq,
Syria, Egypt and other Arab lands,
Primais-of The Jewish News for over a Quarter Century
are the other Middle Eastern re-
fugees, the final remnant of an-
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cient communities, who cry out not
from camps or billets, but from
the terror-filled prisons and citres
of land that hold them hostage in
ignorance and in fear."
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