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February 05, 1971 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-05

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Kibutz Kfar Iluppin Group to Join
Ambassador Rabin in Deseribin0
Israel Developments at Dinner

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

S, 1971-21
..Friday,Fobreary
,

Four members of Kibutz Kfar sions of the current situation
in Is-
URI PESACHOFF: Born in Kfar
Ruppin on the Jordanian border rael which they visited recently
as
will join with Israel ambassador members of a special United Jew- Ruppin, he spent his childhood
to the United States Itzhak Rabin, ish Appeal mission. They meet 8 in the kibutz, in the baby home,
in addressing the black tie dinner p.m. Thursday at Carlyle Towers, kindergarten and school. He now
of the 1971 Allied Jewish Cam- Southfield. Mrs. Robert G. Slatkin is studying in the high school.
He also works on the children's
paign-Israel Emergency Fund 6:30 is chairman.
farm. His main outside interest
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey
Mrs. David Enterman, left, -hostess at the women's
Industrial
and
Automotive
Divi-
is playing on the football team.
Zedek.
sion workers will meet 9 a.m. Sun- When he finishes high school, he PaceSetters Allied Jewish Campaign 'steeling, greets Robert St. Jas,
A short excerpt from the Harold day at Rascal House. Phillip T.
noted
author, who spate at the rally. In the center is Mrs. Norman
will go into the army. Uri's parents
Mayer film, "Never Again To Be Warren is chairman.
joined the kibutz In 1942. He has H. Rosenfeld, chairman of PaceSetters.
Denied," will be shown. The ex-
Education Section of professional two sisters, one married in the
• • •

44.

cerpt presents with detail and ac- division meets 8 p.m., Wednesday,
curacy the story of the people of Feb. 17, In the Southfield campus kibutz with two babies. His Women Get Plea for Increased
younger
sister
is
studying
in
Jerus-
Kfar Ruppin, their life under fire of the United Hebrew Schools for
and their feelings about this life. a workers assignment and orienta- alem. -
RACHEL KORATI: Born in 1952
This part of the film is narrated tion meeting. Dr. George Barahal
in Kfar Ruppin, she grew up in the
A special gifts luncheon of the-
"Israel is going to live, Is going
by-Jacob Noy, security officer and is chairman.
kibutz from baby-house through to grow, is going to prosper—pri- women's division will be held at
leader of the kibutz group which
Women's
Division
will
have
a
kindergarten,
to
high
school.
In
the
Franklin
will appear at the dinner.
special
luncheon at the home 1967-68 she spent a year in Boston marily because the Jews of Israel home of Mrs.
Joining Noy. who is known as of Mrs. gifts
Max M. Fisher, Thursday. with her parents and elder brother. and the Jews of Diaspora are Max M. Fisher,
united in their determination to
"Czech," will be Mrs. Anima Kor Mrs. D. Lawrence Sherman is
In 1968-89 she skipped a grade keep Israel alive," Robert St. John, noon Thursday.
ati, wife of a nuclear scientist at chairman, asisted by Mrs.
William and finished high school in the noted author, told the more than Mrs. D. Law-
Weizmann Institute; Uri Pesachoff, Krasnick, vice chairman, and
Mes- Jordan Valley regional Kibutz High 100 women who met at the Pace- rence Sherman is
a high school senior; and Rachel
Setters meeting of the women's chairman of the
Korati, an 18-year-old who works
division 1971 Allied Jewish Cam- meeting. The
with youth organizations and is
meeting is part
paign-Israel Emergency Fund.
awaiting induction into the Israeli
Illustrating the basic importance of a new Wom-
Armed Forces.
of American Jews to Israel's sur- en's Division pro-
Those attending the dinner,
vival, St. John repeated a conver- gram to give
which is for contributors of $1,000
sation he had with Nasser during added informa-
and over, will get two , views of
one of their many meetings. The tion and incen-
life in Israel — that of the ordin-
American
author asked the Egyp- tive to contribu-
ary citizens who live under fire
Kolitz
tian president, "Do you really think tors to the cam-
on border settlements, and the of-
paign.
you
can
defeat
Israel?"
ficial view as presented by Ambas-
Zvi Kolitz, Broadway producer
Nasser replied, "Israel is surviv-
sador Rabin. Rabin spent his youth
Anna Korati Rachel Sundt
Jacob Noy
Uri Pomba! - ing because of the Jews of Amer- and motion picture director, will
studying for a career in pioneer
ica. Some day the American Jews speak.
farming but, instead, devoted his dames Arnold Aronoff, Jerome School
will grow tired of supporting Israel,
life to the defense of his country. Halperin, Aaron R. Ross, Douglas
This year, she is serving the kib- and then we will move in."
He was the strategist of brilliant A, Schubot Alvin Spector, Norman utz movement as youth group lead-
But, St. John pointed out, the
tactics in the Six-Day War.
Joel
oel Tauberand, Norman er in Ramat Gan. Next year she American Jewish community
Presiding at the meeting will Wachter, committee members. Zvi will enter the army.
stronger each year in its
be Lewis S. Grossman and David Kolitz, Israeli author, producer of MRS. ANNA KORATI: Rachel's grows
support. He called upon the wom-
S. Mondry, pre-campaign chair- "The Deputy," will speak.
- mother, she was born in Prague, en present to greatly increase
men; Samuel Frankel and Milton
their gifts in 1971.
Czechoslovakia, in 1921, lived in a
TO
J. Miller, campaign vice chairmen. Kibutzniks at Dinner cultured,
Women at the meeting in the
well-to-do Zionist home.
Dinner guests will meet the guest
JACOB NOY: Born in 1921 in In her youth she was an active Franklin home of Mrs. David Em-
speakers at a reception prior to Czechoslovakia, at the age of two member in the Zionist Youth move- erman pledged a total of $29,000.
the dinner, beginning at 6:30 p.m. he lost both parents, grew up in a ment.
The same women last year gave
Assisting with the dinner arrange- Catholic orphanage and later was
In 1939: the Nazis
' occupied $19,000. Mrs. Norman H. Rosen-
ments are Paul Borman, Warren transferred to a Jewish orphan-
feld, PaceSetters chairman, intro-
'April 7-AprU as
Czechoslovakia.
After
the
occupa-
D. Greenstone, Daniel M.' Honig- age. At 14, he started to learn
3 weeks
ducing St. John, related that among
man, Harold S. Victor and George gardening in preparation for tion, Mrs. Korati left for Palestine his many books on the Middle East
All Inclusive
with
a
Zinnict Youth group. The
M. Zeltzer, pre-campaign vice- halutzin (pioneering) in Palestine.
March 2f-April If 5075
are
the
official
biographies
of
both
British mandatory government did
3 weeks
chairmen.
Ben-Gurion and Nasser.
In 1939, he left Czechoslovakia
7
inclusiv e
Meyer M. Fishman and Max M. with a group from the Zionist not issue certificates of entry to
Assisting Mrs. Rosenfeld were

Palestine.
Mrs.
Korea's
,ship
Passover-Independence Day Tour
was
Shaye announce additional Cam- Youth Movement. Upon arriving
Mrs. Paul Borman, Mrs. Irving E.
April 7-May 2 s,140
stranded
without
fuel,
food
or
paign meetings to take place this in Palestine — then a British man-
Goldman, Mrs. Maurice Kurzmann
Days
water
and
brought
from
Cyprus
to
week:
I
v•••....1•••••••
and Mrs. Ernest J. Schwartz, vice
date — he was deported with two
Attorneys' Section of the pro- other transports of Jews from Haifa. After a short stay In
Independence Day
guarded camp, they were deported chairmen of PaceSetters.
T our
fessional division
Mrs.
Morris
J.
Brandwine,
wom-
Europe, to Mauritius — a British to Mauritius, a small island in the
April a: ay 17
will have as guest
3 wks. All
colony in the Indian Ocean.
Indian Ocean. During her intern- en's division campaign chairman
speaker Bernard
• Round Trip via Jet
In 1941 he enlisted as a volunteer ment in that detainment camp she spoke to the women about many
• 1st Class Hotels with 3 meals
Cherrick, execu-
in the Czech Awny (a branch of worked as a nurse in the camp of the local agencies which their
a day during Passover, at ?Ur
gifts will benefit.
tive vice presi-
Ettion and mint
the British forces).
hospital, where many Jews died of
• Two Meals a day at other times
dent of Hebrew
He arrived in Palestine with the typhoid and malaria. After World
• Two Seders
University in Jen
• Complete Sightseeing
Czech army in 1942, joined Kibutz War II, the detainees were
us a lem noon,
Kfar Ruppin and Haganab, was a granted certificates and brought to
OUR TOUR RIPRESINTATIVIS
Feb. 15 at the
member of the Palmach for four Palestine.
In Jerusalem and Tel Aviv will
Detroit Hilton
mete yew at the airport and • iv*
years, and helped organize illegal
Mrs. Korati stayed for a short
any assistance
a
you need.
Hotel Joel G.
immigration of Jews from Cyprus. time with relatives, studied Heb-
Ten Days In Israel at $34•.011
Jacob is chair-
Mrs of ether winter trips at
During the War of Independence, rew and worked in a hospitaL
Cherriek
r•altreed
prices
are
available.
man.
he fought in the Palmach group When her husband came back from
Accountants' Section of the pro- that opened the way to Jerusalem. the army, she joined Kibutz Kfar
For
further
information
call
fessional division will meet for After the war, he came back to Ruppin where she worked as a
or write.
brunch 10 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 14, the kibutz as an active member. nurse, later became interested in
. at Rascal House, Guest speaker For seven years, he has been re- education, and worked, with child-
141101::TOI1S
will be Yehuda Hellman, director sponsible for security in the Mil-
:2"125
of the Conference of Presidents of itia and as liaison man with the
studied psychology, mostly ajt
Malec American Jewish Organiza- army.
Noy is married, has a son, 11, seminars- And througliCymcmgjers/_ ,'
ti•n". ilarry, L. Silverman is sec-
down_
courses. In 418/8/11411Valtii-'
and two daughters, 3 and I
"Hon' chairman.
His nickname "Caselt" 4 dates *Pent a Year in BoidnieWlinee'llihe
Wooten'' Pre-Climbable Section
wathect
as a vohmtearliMial-vinthr ,
of Sender Division will have as from Palmach, as a cover-name
er with the Jewish -Family . sad

MAX Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mad- from the British Counter Intelli- Children Service. Her Inithand
din who will share their impres- gence Department. , -
was
In
Boston
on
an
UNESCO

• a

Weizmann Institute project.
She has three children — Gil,
who is married and lives in Efar
WILSON-CRISSMAN CADILLAC
Ruppin and manages the sugar
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and RacheL
At present, Mrs. Korati serves
as secretary of the education com-
mittee of the kibutz, ' and works at
a kibutz child guidance clinic in
For American Sophomores and/or Juniors
Tiberias. .
Students currently In the ninth or tenth grades of high school marilualifY

Gifts;
Kolitz to Address Division Feb. 11

MIZRACHI
TOURS

ISRAEL

PASSOVER TOILS

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Detroiter on 'Operation Israel' at Suez

A YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL IN ISRAEL

Photographed at the Great Sitter Lake at the Saes Canal dories
the recent United Jewish Appeal "Operation Israel" are Detroiter'
Dr. Lees Fill, Harry Renbenfire, Abel J. Senors, Irwin Kahn and
Irving Sefinsky. The peep is flanked by two Israeli Army soldiers
and a young girl soldier In the center. "Operation Iskel" gives con-
tributors to the 1971 Allied Jewish Casapalgs—Israel Emergency
Pond a chance to see meatless In Israel at this time.

Defining a Zionist
". . a Zionist Is a person .. .
a Jell;. who knows that he
belongs to this part of the world.
His knows that In Arad, - or in the
Negev, or on the borders, that he
has to be Were and be _Las to
help, one way or another . . ."
Mrs. -Levi Eshkol

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