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May 07, 1971 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-07

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rinsker 1 lets *42,000 in Bond Sales

No Generation Gap in Men's Club Plan for Sabbath May 22

The young and elderly will be
honored by Shaarey Zedek Men's
Club May 22, which Rabbi Irwin
Groner has designated as "Men's
Club Sabbath."
The day will recognize the
achievements of young people in
the synagogue school and the many
years of service by senior adults
in the men's club.
At the Sabbath morning service,
the men's club will give kidush
glasses to several students for out-
standing scholastic achievements.

1

At the Pinsker Progressive Aid Society's Yom Ha'Atzmaut cele-
bration, which honored Louis Levine, marked by $42,000 in Israel
Bond subscriptions, are (from left) : seated, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine
and 'William Lite, president of the Pinsker Society; standing, Philip
Imber, who presented original humorous readings; Probate Judge Ira
G. Kaufman, guest speaker; and Harry Laker, celebration chairman.
* * *
Ilka Raveh, one of Israel's fore-
most folk singers, will be the guest Says Rabbi's Child
artist at the Labor Zionist Move- Faces Many Rebuffs
ment-Landsmanshaften Israel an-
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (JTA)—The
niversary rally, 8:30 p.m. Monday price of being a member of a
at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
rabbi's family can range from
The rally will honor Louis ostracism by other Jews to rebel-
Levine in recognition of his 50 lion in later life against Jewish-
years of service
ness and even mental disturb-
to the community
ances, according to a New Jersey
and to the Zionist
rabbi who has a family.
movement.
According to Rabbi Jacob Fried-
Jacob Barmore,
man of Wanamassa, the dilemma
Israel minister to
and hardships of being part of a
the United Na-
rabbi's family stem directly from
tions, will be the
the unrealistic expectations of the
guest speaker at
Jewish laity.
this rally on be-
The Jewish laity, he asserted,
half of Israel
have a "misconception that the
Bonds.
rabbi, and his family by associa-
Raveh has per-
tion, is some kind of super-Jew."
formed for Is-
The Jewish community, he declar-
raeli troops on
ed, expects the rabbi and his fam-
all sectors of the
ily to be "vicarious pious Jews"
front lines and
for Jews who are not pious. Mem-
has just return-
bers of rabbinical families suffer
ed from the Suez
when Jews "shut out" such mem-
front. Raveh
bers because they remind the lay
He was himself a gunner in a Jews "of their own obligations as
Jewish Brigade.
Jews."
Levine is a founder and past
Such rebuffs, he said, have often
president of the Pinsker Progres- led members of a rabbi's family
sive Aid Society and served as "to seek their friends among non-
president of Arlazaroff Branch, Jews or in other communities."
Farband. He is president of the So much more is expected of the
Farband City Committee.
children of a rabbi that pressures
His wife, Diane, is active in the are produced "that show up in
Jewish National Fund, United He- later years in the form of rebel-
brew Schools, Hadassah and the lion from things Jewish or in men-
Farband.
tal disturbances that have even
Harry L. Schumer is chairman more disastrous effects," he
and Morris Lieberman is the testi- wrote.
monial chairman of the event. Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver is honorary
chairman. Refreshments will be Recent Sinai Find Points
served after the program. For to Tragedy of Egyptians
reservations, call the Israel Bond During Six-Day War
Office, 557-6770.
JERUSALEM — There is bitter
irony in a recent discovery by
Israeli geologists in the Sinai
desert.
Many Egyptian soldiers died of
thirst when they were cut off
from supplies during the Six-Day
War. Little did they know that
Harvey Levenberg Lodge, Bnai they were standing over great
Brith, of Mt. Cleemns will mark reservoirs of ancient water, mostly
-f Israel's 23rd anniversary celebra- 600 to 900 feet below.
These supplies have been dis-
tion at a dinner, 7 p.m. May 23,
covered
by teams of Israeli sci-
at Beth Tephilath Moses Syna-
entists who have been surveying
gogue, it was an-
the desert, under the leadership
nounced by
of Dr. Aryeh Essar.
Emanuel Litvin,
According to Dr. Essar, the
chairman of Is-
reservoirs •contain enough water
rael Bonds in Mt
"to supply the wide, dry regions
Clemens. A cock-
in the center of the Sinai and the
tail reception will
mountains of the Negev with mil-
preceed the din-
lions of cubic meters per year for
ner.
the coming 50 years."
Dr. Arieh L.
He added that there likely is
Plotkin, noted lec-
even more water at lower levels,
turer, special-
Plotkin
formed thousands of years ago
ist on Middle pastern affairs when water seeped through the
and former officer in the Israel surfaces of the deserts into deep
defense forces, will head the pro- underground formations of stone.
gram.
Dr. Essar hopes that pump
For information and reserva- technology will so advance in coin-
tions, contact Litvin, 74 Belleview, ing years that extraction of the
Mt. Clemens, 488-7114 or 463-0507. Sinai reservoirs will be practicable.

its bylaws at a special meeting
10 a.m. May 16 in the social hall.
The election will be preceded by
services at 8:30 and breakfast - at
9:15.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 7, 1971-41

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Men's Clubs

Temple Beth El Men's Club
elected Harold Lawson president
at its annual meeting last week.
Lawson has been
active in the
men's club, is
chairman of the
Woodward Ave-
nue Building real
estate committee
of Temple Beth
El and is a mem-
ber of the Cen-
tury Club of the
Jewish Chautau-
qua Society. Lawson
Other officers elected were: Jerome
L. Reiss and Stuart A. Graff, vice
presidents; Lee J. Marks, treas-
urer; Robert L. Rosenbush and
Harold Josephson, secretaries. The
The following were elected to the
board of directors: Jerry N. Balan,
Philip M. Fisher, Morton G. Gottes-
man, Jonathan F. Haber, Dr. Carl
Heifetz, Irvine Kaplan, Dr. Alfred
M. Kreindler, Isadore E. Malin,
Rodney N. Myers, Herbert M.
Saperstein, Gerald G. Shumer and
Frederick Simon. Also, Paul J.
Dizik, Gerald Finn, Avery H.
Fisher, Dennis N. Frank, Sidney
Gorosh, Aid Kushner, Lloyd Resni-
coff, Ivan M. Scholnick, Douglas
Schubot, Bert Shapero, Gary A.
Taback and Simond S. Taylor.

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At the club's annual "Cabaret
Night" in the social hall, certifi-
cates will be awarded to six mem-
bers of the club who have a com-
bined total of 250 years of service.
"Cabaret Night," including en-
tertainment and socializing, is
open to all Shaarey Zedek mem-
bers and guests front 9 p.m.
Cocktails and a buffet will be
served all evening.
The entertainment will be pro-
vided by comedian Wayne Roland
and singer Joy Britan. Dancing
will be to the Fred Busch Orches-
tra.
Chairman of "Cabaret Night" is
Dr. Daniel Gilbert and co-chair-
man Murray M. Kahn. Chairman
the youth award portion of the day
is Dr. Murray Shekter.
The men's club also will elect
officers and vote on a change in



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