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October 02, 1970 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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14—Friday, October 2, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Rosh llashana Message
5731-1971

By ALFRED E. KLEIN
President, Flint Jewish Community Council
The Jewish New Year is traditionally a period of rededication
to the spiritual values that have kept our ancient faith alive and
vibrant for almost six millenia. As we reflect on the happenings of
the past year and pray for better tidings in the year to come, the
welfare of so many of our less fortunate co-religionists is very much
in our thoughts.
At the time this message is being written, there is a cease fire
_ ingly violated at the
agreement and a promise to "stand still," seem
very moment the agreement was being made. Deadly and highly ef-
fective weapons of destruction now threaten air space over the Suez
Canal and Israeli defense positions. And on her other borders, Israel's
people face daily harassment by terrorists who recognize no political
agreements—let alone honor them.
On this Rosh Hashana, we Jews of America must meet the
crisis with equal determination. Human needs do not diminish In
time of crisis. While the people of Israel are defending their bor-
ders and settlements, 50,000 new immigrants arrived in Israel last
year and some 50,000 more are expetced in the year ahead. These
seekers of freedom from oppression must be clothed, housed and
educated. They must be cared for and given medical attention.
They must be given the opportunity to be self-supporting members
of a free society. That is the very reason for Israel's existence.
On behalf of the officers and board of governors of the Flint
Jewish community Council, and the thousands of Jews in the free
world who depend on you, I take this opportunity to wish you and
yours a healthy and fulfilling New Year. — Let this truly be the
beginning of a year of remembrance—where we give testimony to
'We are our brother's keeper."

Flint News

Communal Calendar

Oct. 4—Willowood Meeting,
7 p.m.
5—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Open Board Meeting,
12:30 p.m.
—Council Community
Relations Committee
Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
Temple Beth El
6—Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Board Meeting,
12:30 p.m.
—Council Executive Com-
mittee Meeting, Noon,
Council Office
—Bnai Brith Meeting, 8:30
p.m., Howard Johnson's
Motor Lodge
7—Israel Bonds Parlor
Meeting, 8 p.m., home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Schafer
8—JWVA Meeting, 8:30
p.m.
—Cong. Beth Israel Board
Meeting, 8:30 p.m.

* *
Bnai Brith has undertaken spon-
sorship of the Israel Bond Drive
in Flint this year. Members will

Best Wishes For A Year
of Peace, Health and Happiness
To All Our Relatives, Friends
and the Entire Jewish Community

Plans are under way for the
41st annual donor luncheon of
Ann Lobster Chapter, Hadassah
to be held Nov. 17.
Co-chairman Mesdames Joseph
Weinstein, Harry Katz and Jerome
Arenson said a change from the
usual location will be the Coun-
try Squire Restaurant.
Muriel Bach of Chicago, will
bring her one-woman show,
Madam, Your Influence is
Showing" which she has written,
costumed and produced. The
show consists of monologues,
with costume and makeup
changes, portraying the mother
of the Wright Brothers, Mahat-
ma Gandhi, John Wilkes Booth
and Henrietta Szold.
For tickets, contact chairman
Mrs. Sidney Hartman or her as-
sistants, Mesdames Harry Katz,
Abe Heitzner, Marshall Cossman
and Murray Moss.
Decorations are to be done by
Mesdames Nelson Schafer, Gerald
Remick, Sol Gaynor, Carl Ritt-
man and Charles Silverman.
This year's journal is in the
hands of Mesdames Asher Marder,
Joseph Megdell, Arthur Silverman
and H. H. Kesten, with Mrs. Hy-
man Loikrec and 'Mrs. Martin Gor-
den as chairmen.
Statements will be sent by Mrs.
Morris Goldenberg. Mrs. Harry
Weisberger will take memorials
and tributes for the book. Pub-
licity, Mrs. Samuel Cossman.

MR. and MRS. MORRIS DORN

and FAMILY

The Officers
and Directors

of the

MOIES CHETIM
ORGANIZATION
OF DETROIT

wish to extend their best wishes for a
happy and prosperous New Year to all
Synagogues, Organizations and all of
the Detroit and Suburban Jewry for
helping to carry out the Mitzva of Moies
Chetim so no Jewish family or indi-
vidual in our midst shall be denied the
necessities for Pesach.

HARRY M. SHULMAN,
MORRIS DORN,
MORREY GOULD,
'ABE KATZMAN,
BAER KEIDAN,
ABE SATOVSKY,
MRS. SAMUEL LEVE,
MRS. JOSEPH M. MARKEL,
_ BEN WEISMAN,

attend the Bnai Brith meeting
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Howard Nibbling at Freedom
Johnson's Motor Lodge on Miller
Whenever you start nibbling
Rd.
away at freedom of the press, it's
hard to know where to stop . . .
We've got to have a free press,
whether it's responsible or not .. .
Comings ...
—Bernard Kilgore.

Honorary President
President
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.—Trea.
Vice-Pres.
Vice-Pres.
Fin. Sec'y.
Secy.
Secy.

and
... Goings

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pelavin
have spent the past two weekends
speaking to yoing leadership
groups in Houston and Albany.
* * •
Mrs. Harvey L. Elford was elect-
ed president of the Flint Area
Ostomy Group at a dinner meet-
ing. The organization is comprised
of persons who have had one of
four types of ostomy surgery.
Murray M Eisen has associated
with the Flint Institute for Men-
tal Health, Inc., which provides
adult and child therapy, parental
guidance and marriage counsel-
ing.

President's Message for New Year

By RICHARD M. NIXON
It is often thought and expressed
that we in the modern world know
all the problems faced by mankind
but have lust to find the solutions.
=And in looking
-,:for ways to ease
man's struggles,
we are more like-
ly to suggest
what others
might or should
"do.
Jewish tradition
teaches that the
Ayower to do good
or evil is in our
own hands, and
NIXON
the season of the
Jewish High Holy Days holds a
meaningful lesson for men of all

..r

One-Woman Show
to Highlight Nov..17
Hadassah Donor

faiths.
At this time, we are urged to
look inward, to examine our own
lives and to consider what each
of us can do for the betterment
of mankind. These days of atone-
ment prod us to an awareness of
man's own worth and dignity, and
of the divine and human poten-
tialities within each of us. They
are days of great hope, for the
driving force of man's freedom is
in his ability to look inward, ap-
praise his limitations, and seek
means to widen his horizons.
My thoughts are with you as
you begin these days of worship
and I send my warmest wishes to
all Americans of the Jewish faith
for a new year of peace and happi-
ness. Shana Tovah!

VIOPPy:Nr elv- 7'

The Directors And Officers

Of The Crown Life Insurance Company

In Toronto. Canada

Join With

The Detroit Center Agency

And Their Many Agents And Associates

In The State of Michigan

To Wish

Policyholders, Clients And Other Friends

HERB & MARY HARRISON

The Very Best Wishes

Extend Best Wishes For

For A Healthful And Prosperous

A New Year of Peace, Health

Happy New Year

and Prosperity.

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