THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 11, 1970-21
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION
29475 Six Mile Road
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES
Sept. 30, Oct 1 & 2
Gen. Pierre Koenig,
French Ally of Israel
PARIS (JTA)—Gen. Pierre Koe-
a minister of war in the
Fourth Republic and one of
France's most outspoken suppor-
ters of Israel, died Sept. 3 at age
Gen. Koenig headed the France-
Israel Friendship Alliance. He
broke with former President Char-
les deGaulle, his wartime friend
TEMPLE BETH EL
Oct. 9 & 10
Services Conducted by Rabbi Martin D. Gordon
Liturgy Chanted by Cantor Sam Firestone
call KE 7-4169, 425-9370 or KE 7-5431
New Children Welcome
BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE SUNDAY SCHOOL
If you desire a new and relevant approach
to Jewish Education for your children, then the
Birmingham Temple with it's philosophy of
Humanistic Judaism may be what you and your
family will enjoy.
For information, call: 549-5490
Registration Sun., Sept. 13-10-12 a.m.
Glenn Levey JHS
9 Mile Rd. (west of Telegraph)
Congregation B'nai Israel
143 Oneida Road
Leonard H. Berman, Rabbi Stuart E. Allen, President
"A Conservative Congregation Affiliated with
The United Synagogue of America"
Announces the offering of a limited number of member-
ships, special consideration to young marrieds. Inquiries
GEN. PIERRE KOENIG
and leader, over the latter's pro-
Arab Middle East policies.
It was during his tenure as war
minister that France became Is-
rael's chief supplier of military
equipment and aircraft and that
country's closest European ally.
Here for the Koenig funeral were
former minister Menahem Begin
and Shimon Peres, minister of
He convened 30,000 Christians in
a demonstration for Israel three
days before the Six-Day War and
condemned the Gaullist position.
Gen. Koenig headed a long list
of prominent French politicians
and military men who opposed
President deGaulle's arms em-
bargo against Israel and fought to
have it rescinded.
During the 1969 election cam-
paign he sought promises to lift
the embargo from the two can-
didates, Georges Pompidou and
Alain Poher. Until shortly before
his death, he was a familiar figure
at public rallies in support of
Israel's right to exist.
Religious Zionist Leader
The congregation offers:
A complete Hebrew School and Sunday Religious School
Program. Daily and Sabbath Services (late Friday Eve. &
Sat. Morn.). High Holy Days Worship (tickets available
to non-members.) Youth activities program (affiliated
with United Synagogue youth).
Beautiful Auditorium for social events and "simhas."
For information please contact
Mr. Stanley Elbling, Membership Chairman
NEW YORK — Gabriel Feigen-I
baum, a former vice president of
the Religious Zionists of America,
died Sept. 2 at age 67. He was ;
visiting in London at the time of 1
Mr. Feigenbaum was a retired
New York and Ohio real estate
executive, but maintained an
active interest in many businesses
and real estate holdings. He was
a native of Cleveland.
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