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April 16, 1971 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-16

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12—Friday, April 1*, 1971

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

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Flint News

Flint Communal Calendar

April 17—Flint Area Temple Teens, p.m. April 29 at the home - of Mrs.
"Soviet Jewry Experi- Gordon Suber. Mrs. Joseph Ritt-
ence," 5:30 p.m.
man, president-elect, and her slate
18—T•cen Bowling Program, of officers will be sworn in by a
2:30 p.m., Town and representative of the Department
Country Lanes.
of Michigan. A light supper will
20—Bnai Brith Women Open follow. Yearly service pins will
Board Meeting, 1:15 p.m., be distributed.
home of Mrs. Michael
Wittenberg.
21—Bnai Brith Mixed Dou-
bles Bowling League
Banquet.
22—Council Board of Gov-
ernors Meeting, 8:30
p.m., Temple Beth El.

Rabbi Migrant to Settle in Israel

Rabbi Hillel Millgram, rabbi of school. This has become necessary
Cong. Beth Israel for the past five due to the increasingly complex
years, has announced his plans to society of Israel and the increasing
make aliya. He, his wife and three integration of Western and Oriental
sons will leave in July for Jerusa- Jews, he said.
lem, where he has accepted a posi-
tion with the ministry of educa-
tion.
Rabbi Millgram has been credit-
ed with congregational growth and
progress in Jewish education at
The Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
Beth Israel.
iary
installation will he held 7:30
In announcing his departure
from Flint, Rabbi Millgram stated,
"One of the greatest mitzvot of our
faith—a mitzva that few Jews be-
fore our time had the opportunity
to fulfill — is that of aliya; the
"going up" to settle and live in
Israel. It has slowly but surely
been born upon me that this op-
portunity is, for me, a religious
calling. I have come to feel that
it is through living and contributing
to Israel's growth and development
that I can find my fulfillment. -
RABBI HILLEL MILLGRAM
Rabbi Millgram, who will be
involved with all areas of pupil
personnel services, explained that
there will be changes taking place
in Israel's educational system since
the enactment of the recent Edu-
cational Reform Act. Israel is en-
deavoring to transform its educa-
Maimonides AZA and Hatikva
tional system away from the Eur-
opean model and toward the Amer- Bnai Brith Girls sponsored a
ican model's comprehensive type "Walk-a-thon" Thursday to bene-
fit the BBYO International Service
Fund. Members sought contribu-
tors to sponsor them by the mile—
a total of approximately 10 miles.
Rabbi Gerald Schuster will speak
By MURRAY MOSS
on "Abortion and the Jewish View"
This year, 50,000 Jews from all 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Beth
corners of the globe will be making
new lives in Israel. The majority El. All youth are invited.
Newly elected officers of Maimo-
will be destitute and in need of
basic social services—education, nides AZA are Dave Bernard,
housing, medical care. Many must president; Mark Berman, vice
learn new skills and adapt to president; Steve Linder, treasurer;
modern technology.
Jeff Bernard, secretary; and How-
Helping them is our historic ob- ard Gutowitz, reporter.
ligation as American Jews. Years
ago, we recognized our responsi-
VOTE
bility for the welfare of fellow
Jews around the world. We prom-
ised to provide for them whenever
FOR INFORMATION-
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MONDAY
the human needs of immigrants !
arriving in Israel. Today's immi-
grant must become tomorrow's
farmer, technician, or scientist, if
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is why the UJA-supported hurnani-
tarian programs are so important.
They provide resources and tools
which enable immigrants to enter
the mainstream of Israeli life.
Helping these immigrants is
Israel's number one human pri-
ority. By giving them an oppor-
tunity to begin life anew in secui-ity
and freedom, we are fulfilling our
obligations as Jews and acting in
the true spirit of brotherhood—
that same spirit which has made
America the great country it is
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