THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, March 24, 1972
Charles Ruben Bnai Moshe President
Cong. Bnai Moshe, celebrating its nounces the election of Charles
60th anniversary this year, an Ruben as president. Ben Kahn
Jack Ktrtnick- and- Dr. Morton De:
niak; weree-elected vice pretidents;
Golda Given Petition
Bete: Stein, treasurer: . Michael
Grand, recording 'secretary; and
on Jewish Survival
Abraham Pasternak; correspond-
ing Secretary. „ -
by Orthodox Rabbis
Elected for three-yeir terms as
NEW. YORK—Four prominent
rabbinical leaders presented to Is- members of the board of directors
raeli Premier Golda Mei: - a- peti- were Sidney - Nickin. Dr. Morris
tion from 1,500 rabbis from all Rubin, Dr. Eric Billes, Carl Roz-
parts of the world concerning the ner, 1. W. Sherr, Eliot Raskin,
Dr. Samson Inwald, Louis .Kepes,
"who is a Jew" issue.
Rabbi Abraham Gross. president Herbert Eidelman a n d Larry
of the Rabbinical Alliance of Rockind. Elected for a one-year
America; Rabbi David Singer. term was Milton Marwil.
president of the Boro Park Board
of Rabbis; Rabbi David Hollander, 14 Reservists Turn-In -
president of the Metropolitan Board
of Rabbis; and Rabbi Joseph Wine- Cards; Blame Cash Woes
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A group
berg, rabbinic and communal lead-
of 14 Jerusalem men who turned
er, made the presentation. _
their army reserve cards in
The petition, Rabbi Gross said,
"explains that the 'Who Is a Jew' protest against their economic
law can bring about assimilation, plight, refused to take their car&
the likes of which the greatest back but said they would serve
anti-Semites in the course of his- if called to duty.
Eleven of the group turned up
tory could not achieve."
for a meeting with Maj. Gen.
Shlomo Lahat, chief of the army's
manpower branch, who had invited
all of the protestors for a talk at
General Staff headquarters.
The general informed the reser-
The Lubavitcher Rebbe
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
Must Possess Strong Voice
and Good NUSACH
Cantor Hyman Adler
Cong. B'nai David
vists that they had broken army
regulations by turning in their
The 14 protestors, all past the
age for active military service
are not likely to be called for
duty unless an emergency oc-
curred. They claim that their
economic situation has readied
a point where they can no longer
support themselves and their
One of the group, Saleh Mizrachi,
was asked by reporters what point
there was in returning his card.
He replied, "What else can I re-
turn to the government? This is
all I got from it."
Birmingham Temple Seder
Date: Thursday, March 30, 1972
Place: RALEIGH HOUSE
Telegraph Near 10 Mile
Dinner: 7:30 p.m.
Adults $10.00 — Children (Ages 4-T2) $7.50
For Reservations Call: Mrs. Block
THE LUBAVITCHER REBBE
A Call to TORAH
y, Rabbi Menachem
The most widely recognized leader of world Jeww .
M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe Shlita, attains the age of 70
years on Sunday 1 1 th of Nissan (this year corresponding to March 26th).
May G=c1 grant him many more years of life and good health. For the
past thirty years, the Rebbe has worked day and night, without leaving
the general confines of 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, to lead, direct
and administer Judaism—as well as to help and guide individual Jews—
around the globe. He has defended and assisted Am Yisroel (the people
Israel) and Eretz Yisroel (the Holy land) in material matters and in
spiritual affairs, with the selfless devotion of a truly great leader of our
people. The word "vacation" has never appeared on the Rebbe's calend-
dar these past 30 years.
In salute to the Rebbe on his 70th Birthday, there is no more fitting means
of expressing our greetings to him than by dedicating ourselves to utmost
participation in the Rebbe's campaign (launched last year) to change
to devote the ensuing year to supporting, building-up
and broadening the scope of TORAH-STUDY and TORAH education
throughout the Mid-West.
WE CALL ...
upon every individual Jew, man and woman and upon
every Jewish organization who wishes to convey- greeting's to, the
Lubavitcher Rebbe—to do so by joining in the effort to increase and
intensify their own and others' study of the TORAH.
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