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September 17, 1971 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-17

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THE WNW AWNS NEWS

42—Friday, September 17, 1971

'
High Holy Day Israel Bondpliea
Slated in 26 Detioit Congregations

Twenty-six Detroit area congre:
gations are participating in Israel
Bond High Holy Day appeals or
in related congregational activi-
ties, it was announced by Phillip
S to llm a n, congregational and
High Holy Day chairman. The
appeals will be made 'on Rosh
Hashana, Kol Nidre and at Yizkor
on Yom Kippur.
Adas Shalom is the top congre-
gation in the country in High Holy
Day Israel Bond results. Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal will make his 14th
consecutive Israel -Bond Appeal
'on Kol Nidre and at Yizkor on
Yom Kippur.
Three nationally known figures
who will speak at the High Holy
Day Israel Bond Appeals are Ira
Feinberg. the first American vol-
unteer to join Palmach, commando
unit of liagana, in the Israel War
of Independence; Henry Levy, who
aided in the rescue. and rehabili-
tation of tens of thousands of
survivors of the Nazi Holocaust,
after World War II; and Dr. Arieh
L. Plotkin. former officer in the
intelligence corps of the Israel

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MARCIA MASSERMAN

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' - will include -
Local speakers
Louis Levine'and Louis. Levitan.
In special High Holy Day mes-
sages, Chief Rabbi Isaac Yehuda
Unterman and Chief Rabbi Yitzhak
Nissim of Israel urged _American
Jews to intensify their efforts forA
Israel Bonds. Rabbi Unterman
declared: .
"The merit of fortifying our
Holy Land through economic de-
velopment is of inestimable im-
portance as we stand surrounded-
by merciless enemies. At the same
time. our gates and hearts -have
opened wide to receive our dear

brethren who are struggling to
free themselves from the Arab
countries - as well as from the
Soviet Union. The providing of
employment and the building of
dwellings with the aid of Israel
Bond investments are an impor-
tant contribution to this holy and
historic ingathering to Zion."
. Chief Rabbi Nissim declared:
"The Israel Bond Organization,
which provides the- means to de-
velop and strengthen the economy
of the state of Israel, is an im-
portant instrument in. carrying out
the design of Divine Providence."
MERRILL L. HASSENFELD,
president of Hasbro Industries, Inc.
in Pawtucket, R.I., has been named
a member of the board 'of direc-
tors of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, it was announced by Rob-
ert H. Arnow, JTA .president. Act-
ive for •many years in public life,
Hassenfeld is a board member
of the Council of Jewish Welfare
Funds and executive committee
member of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.

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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Bennett
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nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara to Richard Pal-
mer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Palmer of Pinetree Dr., Southfield.

Miss Bennett is a graduate 'of
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lege of education.
Her fiance was graduated from
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tration at WSU. He is affiliated
with Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A December wedding is plan-

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Happy New Year

"May the sound of the Shofar
herald a time of blessing, of
good health and good fortune
for thiS New Year and ever
after".

Another Rosh Hashanah is with us and durihg
these holy days, many will pause to reflect on their
'activities and the rolls in life which they have ful-
filled, during the past year.

RICHARD. H. LOVE, C.L.U.
Manager

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in happier_ana more secure future years for them.

And thus, as ,we turn, inevitably, from
thoughts on the past to hopes for the future, we
take this occasion to extend to one and all, our
sincerest wishes for a Happy New Year.

For August

Richard H. Love, C.L.U. Manager
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