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October 16, 1970 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-16

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Michigan Mogen Dovid Region
to Report on Ashdod Shelter
Completion; to Honor Marshall

$1,953,200 in Bonds Netted on Holidays

A total of $1,953,200 was sub- Achim will hold its dinner honor- 10. Cong. Shaarey Zedek has
scribed in the Israel Bond High ing Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick scheduled an Israel Bond affair—
Holy Day Appeal, It was an- on Sunday. Beth Shalom will hold the Ambassador's Ball—on Dec. 20.
nounced by Phillip Stollman, its Bond dinner Nov. 8.
The Detroit Federation of Re-
chairman of the Detroit Congre-
gational and High Holy Day Coun- form Synagogues' second annual
Israel Bond dinner, honoring Rab-
cil.
This is the highest total ever bi Leon Fram, will be held Nov.
reached by the synagogues and
makes Detroit one of the foremost THE INTROIT JEWISH NEWS
24611 Greenfield'
Friday, October 16, 1970-9
cities in the nation in High Holy
OPEN
Day results, according to Stoll-
man.
SUNDAY
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He said:
10 A.M. - 2 P.M.
"The High Holy Day Appeal
For Payment of
thus maintained its record as
High Holyday Pledges
ACCalif
the mainstay of the Israel Bond
352-6770
Campaign. The response was in
many cases even above the lev-
els of the emergency campaign
of 1967. This year's total shows
an increase of approximately
$311,909 over last year's High
Holy Day Appeal."
The figure includes sales at din-
ners, leadership receptions and
other events in advance of the ap-
Peal.
Adas Shalom again set the pace.
Its members responded to the ap-
peal of Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, by
subscribing for a total of $727,550
in Israel Bonds. This was the 13th
consecutive Israel Bond Appeal
made by Rabbi Segal, and again
Adas Shalom is the top congrega-
tion in the country in High Holy
Day Israel Bond results.
Cong. Bnai David members sub-
scribed for a total of $268,900. Bnai
Moshe was third, with $217,200.
Cong. Beth Achim was fourth with
a total of $210,400. Beth Abraham
was next with $186,750.
Young Israel Oak-Woods sub-
scribed 6102,100; Young Israel
Greenfield, $65,800; Beth =el,
$42,500; Beth Moses, $32,950;
Mishkan Israel-Nusach Hark-
Lubavitcher Center, $20,100; and
Shaarey Shomayim,- $19,65e.
Other congregations reporting
High Holy Day Appeal results
were: Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah,
'$15,750, Young Israel Northwest,
$10,000; Bnai Zion, $9,050; Mogen
Abraham, $8,250; Shomrey Emu-
kali, 86,300; Beth Tefilo-Emanuel-
Moab, $6,000; and Bnai Jacob,
More people fly Lufthansa to Germany than
$4,000. The figures are still incom-
any other airline. They enjoy the European service,
plete.
A number of synagogues and
the European comfort, and the matchless European
temples are planning dinners on
cuisine (including kosher food—if you mention it
behalf of Israel Bonds. Cong. Beth
when you make the reservation).
Next time you go to Europe, ask your travel agent
Speaking personally, I have
to book you on the Lufthansa 747. It's like having a
found the happiness of parenthood
night on the town in Europe—before you get there.
greater than any other that I have
experieneed.—Bertrand Russell.

ISRAEL
BOND OFFICE

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Members of the Magen David Adom committee in Ashdod, Israel,
breaking of the Michigan region-sponsored
Ashdod First Aid Underground Shelter. Shown are (from left) Aser
Hania, Dibi Yedidia, Dr: David Segal, chairman, Mrs. Nebel= Bloch,
Moshe Margalit and Ezra Adir, secretary.

Michigan Region of American rooms for medicines, carports for
Red Mogen Dovid for Israel will five Magen David Adorn 'ambul-
hold its annual meeting at Cong. ances, two volunteer rooms, a de-
Bnai Moshe 8 p.m. Nov. 9, to re- contamination room, a lecture hall
view reports on the project for the and other facilities.
construction of the underground
Dr. Mames stated that at the an-
air-raid shelter in Ashdod, Israel's nual meeting of the Michigan re-
port city, Dr. John Mames, chair- gion of MGA, reports will be
man of the region, announced.
submitted on the role of the local
Dr. Mames stated that the shel- group in providing protection for
ter is now being completed, and the health of Israel's fighters for
that blueprints of the various as- freedom.
An award will be given at the
pects of the Michigan-sponsored
participation in Israel's medical Nov. 9 meeting to Brig. Gen.
S. L. A, Marshall, honorary chair-
station will be outlined.
The Ashdod shelter, according to man of the Mogen Dovid Red
Dr. Mames, will have, in addition Michigan Region, in recognition of
to first aid halls; blood bank rooms his services in behalf of Magen
and facilities for doctors, store David and his aid to Israel causes.

participate la ground

Mogen David Adom Aids Jordanians

Arehidenees, dispatched by Magee David Adorn, Israel's official
Red Cress Service, stand in readiness on the Allenby Bridge, to take

wounded Jordanian civilians to hospitals in Israel. Seen with the-
ambulances is a convoy of trucks carrying food, drugs, supplies and
fuel to the East Bank.


TEL AVIV—in response to the abroad. Hopefully our concern will
Israel Ministry of Health's offer of be remembered long after the
present crisis is past."
medical aid and hospital care for
the civilian victims of the Jordan-
ian Civil War, Magen David Adorn.
Israel's official red cross service,
dispatched a fleet of fully equipped
Magen -David Adorn ambulances
and a team of trained volunteers
to the Allenby Bridge, to help take
the wounded men, women and chil-
dren to hospitals in Israel.
A number of the Jordanians ar-
rived at the bridge and were car-
ried to Jerusalem hospitals in the
Magen David Adom vehicles.
Among the -injured were many
small children, originally residents
of the West Bank, who were trap-
ped in Jordan during the civil war.
This prompt response to human
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nations, and to those suffering
earthquakes, floods, famine and
war. —_
"Despite our failure to make the
news,". David Tesher, head of
Magen David Adom's foreign rela-
_Zeal department, said, "Everyone
at Magen David Mom can be con-
382.6 N.
. -staled by the fact that our aid to
- -Jordan has made ak impact upon
Arabs - - both within' Israel and

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