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February 12, 1971 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-12

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Trio to Lead Women's Effort for UJA

Mrs. Charles Dodge. Mrs. Leon
Rosky and Mrs. Sol Schafer have
been named chairmen of the worn-
en's division campaign of the Flint
United Jewish Appeal by Murray
Moss, UJA general chairman.
"The needs of the 1971 campaign
are so vital that a total effort
of the entire Jewish community—
men, women and children — is
necessary. We know that the wom-
en's division, under the dynamic
leadership of these women, will

Mrs. Dodge

reach new levels of humanitarian
giving in 1971," Moss stated.
Mrs. Dodge served as co-chair-
man of the women's division in
1962, was secretary of the Flint
Jewish Community Council's exec-
utive committee, is a past president
of Flint Temple Beth El Sisterhood,
and has been active in many other
areas of community effort.
Mrs. Rosky served as associate
chairman of the 1970 women's
division campaign, is an active

Mrs. Rosky

Mrs. Schafer

Flint News

Barmore Emphasizes Quest
for Peace in Flint Lecture

Jacob Barmore, permanent rep-
resentative to the United Nations
for the state of Israel, has just
completed a two-day visit to Flint
and Lansing.
During his stay, Barmore ad-
dressed a meeting of the Young
Leadership Training Group of the
Flint Jewish Community Council,
conducted two presi conferences,
addressed the State Legislature at
a noon meeting in Lansing and ad-
dressed an evening meeting of the
Mott Adult Education Forum Series
in Flint.
He also addressed a noon lunch-
eon of the Flint Rotarians.
In his talk at the YMCA, spon-
sored by the Mott Program's lec-
ture-discussion department and the
Y, Barmore said: "We are an out-

Pauline Bernstein,
Flint Leader, 53

Pauline Bernstein, a former
United Jewish Appeal women's di-
vision chairman and, active mem-
ber of the Flint community, died
Sunday at age 53.
Mrs. Bernstein, 128 W. Dewey,
was a member of the board of
Cong. Beth Israel and a former
president of its sisterhood, as well
as treasurer of the organization for
10 years. She also was active in
Pioneer Women, Hadassah and
PTA.
Born in Chicago, Mrs. Bernstein
lived in Flint for the past 25 years.
Survivors are her husband, Dr.
Irving S., a dentist in Clio; two
sons, David and Daniel; two
daughters, Lee of San Francisco
and Harriet; and two sisters, Ben.
niece Meyerson of Los Angeles
and Dorothy Benson of Evanston,

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ward looking people. We are now
giving technical assistance to 70_
peoples less fortunate than we are.
"We want no wars, we want no
victories," he said. "We want to
share with other peoples.
"The vision of peace that we
have is not just a silly idea," Bar-
more said, "because we believe in
the sobriety of our neighbors and
that we will be able to convince
them of our sincerity."
But Barmore added that if peace
cannot be achieved, then Israel
must look to its security because
it realizes that "every attempt to
destroy Israel's sovereignty must
be defeated."
Barmore said that Russia is the
only power in the Middle East that
has something to lose if there is
peace between the Arabs and Is-
raelis. Consequently, he said,
Russia is doing its best to thwart
peace efforts.
He said that Israel will not
buckle under the threats and in-
timidations of the Soviets.
He noted that every Israeli knows
what he is fighting for: peace.

U.S. Prof., Hurt
in Air Crash, Back
at Work in Israel

JERUSALEM—One of the pas-
sengers aboard an Alitalia plane
that crashed near Milan in July
1968, was Fred M. Gottheil, 38.
The professor of economics was
returning to the U.S. after a six-
month sabbatical in Israel from
the University of Illinois.
Prof. Gottheil; his wife Diane,
a PhD candidate who had com-
pleted her dissertation research in
Israel; and their infant daughter
Lisa miraculously survived the
disaster. All their research, how-
ever, was completely destroyed
in the crash.
This tragedy notwithstanding,
Prof. Gottheil and his wife, while
still in an Italian hospital, were
already talking about returning to
Israel.
They came back last October,
Prof. Gottheil to a one-year visit-
ing professorship in the depart-
ment of economics at the Hebrew
University and his wife Diane to
continue her doctorate research.

amendmr ef Beth Israel Sister-
hood awl Hadassah, and was a
member of the UJA Young Lead-
ership Mission to IsraeL

Mrs. Schafer, also an associate
chairman of the 1970 women's
division campaign, has been
chairman of the Flint Israel Bond
Drive for the past few years, and
is active in every phase of Cong.
Beth Israel Sisterhood and Hadas-
sah.
In accepting the appointment,
Mrs. Schafer stated, "We women
know what a high cost of living
means, but we do not pay the price
that the women of Israel must pay
to stay alive and to remain free.
While they work and hope for
peace, they are prepared to do the
job that only the Jews of Israel
can do—provide for their self de-
fense. We must do our part, too."

Comings ...
and
. Goings

Martin A. Podolsky has been
elected second vice president of
the Old Newsboys of Flint.
Myer S. Weinstein is treasurer
of the Flint Division of the National
Electrical Contractors Association.
James Hallem is now associated
with the law firm of Leitson, Dean,
Dean, Segar and Hart.
Ellyn Rubenstein, 2007 Hills, is
i n the cast of the musical "Once
Upon a Mattress," which will be
performed this month at the Na-
tional College of Education,
Evanston-Wilmette, Ill.

Community
Calendar

Feb. 13—Bnai Brith, Games Night,
Temple Beth El, 8 p.m.
15—Council Community Re-
lations Committee Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m., Temple
Beth El
17—Hadassah Meeting, 12:30
p.m.
18—Beth Israel Board of Edu-
cation Meeting, 8 p.m.
Ann Lebster Chapter of Hades-
sah will present a fashion show
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Temple Beth El.

3

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
11--Frldrf, Fairway 12, 1971

'71 DODGES

Bar Mitzva

DART!
911;190.9IV

David Price, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott Price, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzva Feb. 20 at
Cong. Beth Israel.
e a c
Bruce Arthur Warren, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Warren, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzva
Feb. 20 at Temple Beth El. -

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