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January 22, 1971 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, January 22, 1971

JWV

Tu b'Shevat Plea Is Made to Schools

A Tu b'Shevat appeal for tree
planting by students was made re-
cently to .principals and directors
of day, afternoon and Sunday
schools throughout Michigan, by
David P. Zack, president of the
Jewish National Fund.
Tu b'Shevat, or the 15th day of
the Hebrew month of Shevat, which
this year comes on Feb. 10, marks
the budding of trees and is cele-
brated with the planting of new
ones.
In his letter, Zack said, "By

,

Its very nature, Tu b'Shevat.
also known as the New Year of
the Trees, is generally associ-
ated with children. In Israel,
for example, each pupil Is con-
tributing at least one tree."
Zack also reminded school offi-
cials that the Children's Victory
Forest in Jerusalem will be com-
pleted in 1971. Me suggested school

e

mgrega floss

geth

Achim

proudly presents

U.S. SENATOR

Philip A.

HART

On

projects of a garden of 100 trees,
or groves of 1,000 trees.
In addition, Zack announced that
special Tu b'Shevat material is
available from JNF for schools,
classrooms and individual children.

BALE AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Lawrence Nedelman, 29351
Leemoor, Southfield. Dr. Bernard
Levine, gynecologist, will discuss
"Sex in Marriage." Refreshments
will be served. For information,
call Mrs. Murray Weiss, 398-449'7,
Mrs. Herbert Benson, 548-2292, or
Mrs. Lawrence Nedelman, 356-1903.
.



English for Foreign Born

English for the foreign 7born is
among the class offerings in Fern-
dale High School's continuing and
education program
community
whose winter semester begins next
Dorothy Goldberg
week.
Beginning and intermediate clas-
ses are held 9 a.m. Monday and Heads Auxiliary of
Thursday at St. Paul's Church,
Ferndale. Beginning, intermediate Veterans' Council
and advanced English is taught
Dorothy Goldberg, past presi-
7 p.m. Monday and Wednesday at
Ferndale High School, and there dent of the Jewish War Veterans
Ladies
Auxiliary, Department of
is a citizenship and advanced Eng-
Michigan, will be installed 7:30
lish class 7 p.m. Tuesday.
p.m. • Thursday as president of
the Allied Veterans Council Aux-
iliary of Wayne County.
For the installation meeting to
be held at the Veterans Memorial
Building, the JWV women will
be hostesses.
Rose Cowan will be installing
officer, and Elinor Silk, installing
chaplain.
Mrs. Goldberg, JWVA depart-
ment president in 1969, also
served as president of Bloch Rose
Auxiliary for two years.
The Allied Veterans Council of
Wayne County includes veterans
organizations throughout the state.
For information, call the JWV
SEN. PHILIP A. BART
office, 225-4743.

Environmental Politics 1971:

URBAN or RURAL?

Question & Answer Period

Tuesday, January 16; 1971 at Itp.m.

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the Vietnam war during 1970 were
4,180 and in additional 80,425
wounded. Since the total Jewish
population in Israel is only 2,800,-
000, the casualties incurred by
Israel are the equivalent for the
United States of a total of 17,183
dead and 56,895 wounded.

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Men's Clubs I

Temple Emanu-El Men's Club
will present the first public show-
ing in this area of the movie "Be-
yond the Mirage," narrated by
Lorne Greene, 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at the temple. This movie was com-
missioned by the Jewish Chautau-
qua Society, and is its latest- re-
lease. Led by the executive direc-
tor of the National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods, Sylvan Le-
bow, the film crew made a movie
about peace in the midst of battle,
interviewing Jews and Arabs who
are working for peaceful co-exist-
ence and understanding. The public
is invited to the showing at no
charge.

Criterion Singles
The Rabbinate,of the Greater
Plan
Ball
Detroit area has been united for PA Criterion Winter
Club for single adults
is hosting a Wintertime Ball 9
many years in the matter of
p.m. -Saturday in the Oak Park
Community Center, announces Wil-
kashrut endorsement and super-
liam Fleisher, president.
George Grossett and his orches-
vision for the Jewish public. No
tra will provide the dance music.
and refreshments will be served
individual rabbi assumes the res-
Door awards will- be distributed
during the dance intermission. The
ponsibility of private endorse-
public is invited.
For information, call Bett3aWein-
ment, but jointly =through the
berg, program chairman, 532-8855.
Council of Orthodox' Rabbis, a
Israeli War Toll Higher--
decision is reached regarding the
Per Capita—Than GIs
granting and/or withdrawal of t 4. in Vietnam War
NEW YORK (ZINS) — Propor-
supervision. Any individual who
tionately, Israel suffered far higher
war casualties in 1970 than did the
engages in this type of supervis-
United States as a result of the
Vietnamese war.
ion on a personal basis, may he
According to official Israel army
statistics, there were 237 fatalities
be a rabbi or a layman, under-
in 1970 as a result of the Arab-
Israel war.
mines and lowers the kashrut
Of these, 181 were military men
and 56 were civilians.
standards of our community,
An additional 782 Israelis were
wounded.
causes a breach in community
Most of the casualties were in-
curred on the Suez front In the
discipline and is in violation of
liberated areas acts of terror
claimed the lives of 39 Arabs and
Michigan State Law 750-97E.
left 734 wounded. U.S. fatalities in

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A Cordial Invitation to the
Jewish Women of Detroit to Attend the

Semi-Annual Meeting of

WOMEN FOR
BAR—ILAN UNIVERSITY

AMERICAN

12:30 p.m., Thursday, January 28, 1971
at CONGREGATION BNAI MOSHE

14390 W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park

to hear important messages from the
Israel University and an address by

MRS. MORRIS ADLER

"The Boot and
the People of
the Book"

Mrs. Adler recently returned
from a trip to the Far East and
visited there the Jewish cam-
=oaks. Site was also in Israel
and it is of the greatest interest
to hear her message.

A dessert luncheon will be served.
All are welcome. Na salicitatioa- of hods!

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