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April 24, 1970 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-24

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Michigan Branch of Sisterhood Body
Harriet Razenblum
to Hold Spring Conference at Beth Moses Plans AA, Wedding

Mrs. Herman Roth, president
of the Michigan Branch, National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, announces
the annual spring conference of
the Branch, May 18-19, will lie
held at Cong. Beth Moses.
The conference, whose theme
is "In Thy Light Do We See
Light," is being planned by Mrs.
Irving Chaiken, vice president of
the branch and over-all conference
chairman, and by Mrs. Joseph
M. Markel, first president of
Michigan Branch, workshop chair-
Mesdames Sol Docks and Sey-
mour Ungar are registration
chairmen. The steering committee
includes Mesdames Arnold Ber-
man, Donald Farkus, Julius Feld-
man, Sidney Miller, Leo Papp,
Jack Shenkman, Oscar Spilkin
and Ben Weiss.
Registration will take place at
8:45 a.m., followed by a continen-
tal breakfast.
Mrs. Louis E. Gotdstein of New
York, a past president of the

National Women's League, will
be national speaker consultant

and Is currently serving as
Torah fund residence hall chair-


Israeli General
Coming for Event
Honoring Rossen

Major General Amos Horev,
chief of the Israel quartermaster
corps and a member of the gen-
eral staff of the Israel defense
forces, will be the
emissary from Is-
rael at the Labor
Zionist movement
Land manshaften
Israel 22nd anni-
versary celebra-
tion honoring
Nathan P. Rossen
May 20 at Cong.
Bnai Moshe.
Rossen has been
named "Man of
the Year" for his
leadership in
communal af-
fairs, in lands- •
Iles, in the Labor
Zionist movement Gen. Morey
and in the Israel Bond campaign.
Sidor Belarsky, will be the guest
artist, at this testimonial event.
Gen. Horev, as former chief dep-
uty scientist for the ministry of
defense, was responsible for the
development of the weapons, armor
and self-propelled artillery that
were used effectively in the war of
June 1967. In the Sinai Campaign
of 1956, he served as chief of the
Ordnance corps.
In the Israel War of Indepen-
dence, Gen. Horev commanded a
battalion during the siege of Jer-
usalem and had a decisive role - in
opening the "Burma Road" that
helped to lift the siege. In 1949 he
was appointed chief of operations
on the Southern Front and parti-
cipated in the liberation of the
Negev. He has been called the ar-
chitect of Israel's defense in three
His military career started in
1941, when he joined the Palmach,
the commando unit. In the Pal-
mach, he took saboteur and pla-
toon commander's courses, even-
tually rising to the rank of gener-
al by the time of the War of Inde-
Gen. Horev studied at the Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology
and holds BS, MS and Mechan-
ical engineering degrees. He was
born in Jerusalem and received
his early education there.
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver is the
honorary chairman of the arrange-
ments committee. Harry L. Schu-
mer is chairman of the Labor
Zionist movement landsmanshaften
Israel Bond campaign, and Morris
Lieberman is the celebration
chairman. For reservations to the
celebration, call Bonds, 352-6770.

Philip Slomovitz, editor of The
Jewish News, will be speaker at
the opening session, to take place
10:30 a.m. May 18. Mrs. Irwin
Groner of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
will present a workshop on family
Other highlights of the confer-
ence will include social action,
board orientation, Torah fund and
residence hall, parliamentary pro-
cedure, ways and means, visual
techniques, ceremonial and gift
shop, plus a musical program and
installation of officers.
Sisterhoods affiliated with Mich-
igan Branch are Beth Israel of
Ann Arbor, Adas Shalom, Beth
Achim, Ahavas Israel of Grand
Rapids, Beth Israel of Flint, Beth
Moses, Beth Shalom, Beth Tephi-
lath Moses of Mount Clemens,
Bnai Israel of Pontiac, Temple
Bnai Israel of Saginaw, Bnai
Moshe, Cong. of Moses of Kala-
mazoo, Downtown Synagogue, Li-
vonia Jewish Congregation, Shaa-
rey Zedek and Temple Israel of
Bay City.

Friday, April 24, 1970-27


Air Delivery of Packages Suspended

LONDON (ZINS) — Delivery of services to the Arab countries are
packages by air to Israel has been handled by the airlines of these
suspended by English and Italian two countries without interruption.
airlines, according to an official
pronouncement. The lines only
carry letters to Israel weighing 1"...".".
100 grams or less. Both countries
justify their policy on the ground
that this is necessary as security
against acts of sabotage by Arab
terrorists. Other countries, how-
ever, have solved this problem with 0.*
the aid lof special apparatus
which is able to detect explosives
concealed in baggage, and full air
mail services continues without
English and Italian pilots have
refused to rely on these devices
admitting a lack of confidence in
their efficacy and, also, because
they say the devices are in short
supply. Political observers here
point out that this policy effec-
tively discriminates against the
Jewish state ad abets Arab terror it
v sa•
while, at the same time, air mail

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Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Rozenblum
of Winthrop Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Harriet
to Alexander T. Ornstein of Old-
ham Rd., Southfield, and the late
Dr. Charles Ornstein.
The bride-elect attended Wayne-
State University. Mr. Ornstein holds
a bachelor's degree from Wash-
burn University, Topeka, and is
presently attending Detroit College
of Law.
A July wedding is planned.
There is far more to the sabra
of Israel than the fund-raising
glossy print of the dedicated fron- Children Plant Forest
tier-farmer with a plow and a
A forest spon-
rifle, writes Margalit Banai, her-
self a sabra, and her husband, sored by the children of Israel of-
Herbert Russcol, in their new ficials serving abroad was recently
book, "The First Million Sabras," dedicated by the Jewish National
Fund in the presence of Foreign
published by Dodd, Mead.
Who is the sabra, the "New Minister Abba Eban. The 650
Jew!, and what does he stand for? youngsters who raised funds for
How does he compare with the the project attend the Hebrew
Jews of ancient times . . . with Language schools attached to Is-
the Jews of the past 2,000 years? rael embassies and consulates
Where is he headed? Margalit throughout the world.
Banai and Herbert Russcol answer
these and other questions as they
present the sabra as he really is,
for within his character and values
lie the clues to Israel's makeup
for years to come.
In "The First Million Sabras"
both authors write from first hand
experience. Sabra Margalit Banai
was born in Tel Aviv. In the last
years of the British Mandate, she
served as a courier of secret docu-
ments for Palmach, the striking
force of Hagana. Her husband
came to Jerusalem in 1948 aboard
the Pan Y o r k, a 600-passenger
American ex-ferry boat loaded
with a cargo of some 5,000 "il-
legal" immigrants and a handful
of Aerican volunteers for Hagana.
He and Margalit married, made
their home in Israel, and are now
parents of two sabra children.
The authors complement their
history of the sabra with interest-
ing discussions on such topics as
the kibbutz and its effect upon the
children; on the sabra's "hutzpa "
on the status of husbands, wives
and rabbis in sabra society.


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