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38 Friday, March 24, 1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Petitions to INixon on Russia
in Three Flint Supermarkets

Community
Calendar

March 27—Beth Israel Sisterhood
Board meeting,- 12:30
Petitions to President Nixon to present the Jewish appeals for
p.m.
the right to exit and for spiritual-cultural rights within Russia for its
Temple Beth El Board
Jewish citizens will be available in Flint, March 27-April 1. for signa-
Meeting, 8 p.m.
tures at three supermarkets.
—Hadassah Study Group,
Eastland Shopping Mall, Genesee Valley Shopping Mall and the
1 p.m., home of Mrs.
Dort Shopping Center will have special booths for signatures. The
William Cohen
booths will be manned by Jewish representatives from 4 to 9 p.m.
—Bnai Brith Lodge
daily.
Board Meeting, 8:30
The Jewish Community Council of Flint announces that during
p.m.
Passover and the Sabbaths, the booths will be manned by Christian
30—April 6—Passover
volunteers for signatures by Christians.
"Sarting Monday, this will be one of the most serious humani-
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
tarian undertakings in our community," Hy Bergman, director of the
Flint Jewish Community Council, stated. "We have the cooperation will meet 8:30 p.m. April 6 at the
of our Christian neighbors, and the task in defense of Russian Jewry home of Mrs. Gordon Suber, not
is an all-American effort."

Passover Message

From Alfred E. Klein, President
As we join in the Passover festival celebrating the liberation of
our people from slavery in Egypt over 3,000 years ago, our joy is
diminished by the thought of those of our people who are still enslaved
by poverty and who must live in hostile lands under economic, social
and political peril.
The Hagada tells us, "Those who are hungry, -let them come and
eat. Those who would celebrate Passover, let them join us." For the
Jews of the rest of the world, freedom means sharing—helping immi-
grants build new lives. We have a promise to the 50,000 Jews who
will come to Israel this year. Many are coming from conditions of op-
pression in Eastern Europe and Moslem lands. And, for the first time,
thousands are coming from the Soviet Union; thousands who have
risked their jobs, their personal freedom and often their physical
safety to come to their land. To live as Jews among Jews. This strug-
gle to be free is enacted every day. It is one of the great dramas of
our time: a story ofheroism.tenacity and inspiration.
Because we have promised these immigrants all these freedoms,
our contributions in 1972 must be on an unprecedented level—a
level which reflects not only deep concern, but total commitment.
The theme of Passover which is demonstrated by the symbols
and rituals of the holiday is an exaltation of freedom and human
dignity. During the seder, we relate the tale of what happened to our
ancestors 4.000 years ago. Today we have the opportunity to see that
it goes on happening—every day.
In their name and in the name of the hundreds of thousands
of needy Jews overseas who still look to us for aid, the board of
governors and the staff of the Flint Jewish Community Council ex-
tend Passover greeting to you and your family.

Local Leaders Atte nd CJF Meetings

communal service that call for
community and CJF action.
Among the highlights was a re-
port by Irving Blum of Balti-
more, chairman of the CJF Task
Force on Jewish Identity, an-
nouncing selection of the first
director of the Institute for -Jew-
ish Life, charged with seeking
and developing innovative pro-
- grams that will strengthen and
enhance the quality of Jewish
life.
Another highlight was the found-
ing of the Joint Cultural Appeal—
which is to serve as the central
address for fund-raising purposes
for nine Jewish cultural, historical
and eductional agencies. Agencies
represented by the appeal are:
The American Jewish Historical
Society, the Jewish Publication So-
ciety. American Academy for Jew-
ish Research, Leo Baeck Institute,
Conference on Jewish Social Stud-
ies, Congress of Jewish Culture,
Histadrut Ivrit of America, YIVO-
Institue for Jewish' Research and
the National Foundation for Jewish
Valerie Beth Scho, -daughter of .Culture.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Scho of Flint
Park Blvd., will be honored at the
Young Leadership
University of Michigan honors con-
vocation today in recognition of Picks Cabinet Members
Two Flint men were named to
her outstanding achievement.
high posts with the 1972 Young
Leadership Cabinet of the United
Jewish Appeal, and eight other
Michigan men were named to- the
20Q-member eabinet, representing
13,000 young leaders across the
country.
Michael A. Pelavin is associate
Sharon D. Rosenfeld, daughter chairman of the cabinet, and Dr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Z. Rosen- Leon-I. Rosky national vice chair-
feld is teaching remedial reading man of campaign activities.
master's degree in education at
Others on the 1972 cabinet are
commencement exercises at Mich- Sidney Forbes, Dr. Conrad L.
igan State University. Miss Rosen- Giles, David B. Hermelin, Thomas
feld is teaching remedial reading I. Klein, Allan Nachman and Joel
and math through a federally-fund- D. Tauber, all of Detroit; Alan H.
ed project in the Mt. Morris School Ginsburg of Lansing; and Dr. Jack
District.
Stanzler of Flint.

Michael Pelavin, first vice presi-
of the Flint Jewish Community
Council, and Fly Bergman, execu-
tive director, joined more than 200
communal leaders and federation
executives at the quarterly nation-
al board and committee meetings
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York,
last weekend.
During the four-day conclave, de-
legates from more than 75 commu-
nities throughout the United States
and Canada participated in a series
of committee meetings focusing
on priorites in American Jewish
communal commitment.
Under discussion was a wide ran-
ge of ongoing programs and pro-
posals for the strenghing of Jewish

Youth on
the Move

WA

Comings ...
and
... Goings

,

.Creative Seder for Young Couples Set

A Hagada created especially for
the occasion and a seder menu with
some new twists, will highlight the
leadership development commit-
tee'-''13-assaver--Experience—Crea-
tive Seder" for couples age 25-40
April 1 at the IMA Lodge. "We
hope this innovative evening will
reawaken an interest in a com-
munity celebration of the Passover
and give new understanding to its
timeless meaning," said commit-
tee chairman Ed Powers.
Leadership development commit-
tee members include: Dr. and
Mrs. William Bernard, Dr. and
Mrs. Jack Stanzler, and Messers

and Mesdames Ronald Goldstein,
Malcolm Isaacs, Frank Basle, Ed-
ward Powers and Carl Rittman.
Rabbi and Mrs. Gilbert Kollin,
_Rabbi and-Mrs. -Gerald Schuster,
Mr. and Mrs_F.. Pinhas -F-elhis-and -
Mrs. Sheldon Siegel assisted the
committee.

Hebrew, Boston College
OK Program Exchange

BOSTON (JTA) -- Officials of
Boston College and the Hebrew
College of Boston have finalized
an agreement under which the two
schools will exchange students and
allow a transfer of credit priv-
ileges at both institutions.
NY Service Aids Unwed
to Dr. David Neiman
Mothers Keeping Babies of According
Boston College, "the practical
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Louise effect of this joint program will -
Wise Services has reported that mean that students at Boston Col-
the increased number of unmar- lege will have a large choice in
ried parents keeping their babies Hebrew and Judaic studies avail-
has led to a shift in emphasis on able to them and students at He-
service to such parents.
brew College will be able to take
With fewer newborn babies be- advantage of course offerings .at
ing given up for adoption, the Boston College.
agency, which has pioneered in
April 13 as scheduled earlier. the adoption field since 1916, is
Eye Doctors
There will be no April board meet- now gearing its services more and
Prescriptions Riled
ing. Councilman Gordon Suber will more to the increasing need for
answer city- and county-related help for unwed mothers and their
/S"Cal
questions. Husbands and guests families after the birth of their
babies.
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
are welcome.
26001
Coolidge
Mrs. Florence Kreech, execu-
543-3343
• • •
tive director, reported that dur-
Hadassah Women of the Month
ing
the
period
between
July
1,
for March were a trio who have
1970 and June 30, 1971, the
earned statewide recognition for
agency placed 129 children for
Ann Lobster Chapter by publish-
adoption
and that 116 were taken
ing the chapter's monthly bulletin.
home by their parents. Of the
Eileen Brenner, Carol Jacoby and
129,
76
were
white Jewish chil-
Laurie Suber were honored at a
• Selected fine jewelry
dren placed with Jewish fam-
recent family supper and fashion
and Diamonds
ilies and 53 were black and in-
show. (At the supper, a round-trip
Large Selection of
terracial
children,
of
whom
jet flight to Israel was won by Fay
Fine Opal Jewelry
about 10 were Jewish.
Grudinsky.)
Watch and Jewelry Repair
A spokesman said that "in light
of the abortion legislation" in New
LI- 7-5068
York State "and the changing
N.41. Post Office
mores, it is expected that for the
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current year of 1971-72, these fig-
ures will be greatly reduced."
Dr. Leon Rosky, campaign chair-
man for the 1972 Flint United Jew-
SANDER M. LEVIN
WHEN
ish Appeal, has announced the ap-
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ASKED
pointment of Louis Kasle as special
BERKLEY
SAID
gifts chairman and Michael Pelavin
TO
as initial gifts chairman.
• CENTENNIAL
Kasle, active in the total scope
LODGE
of Jewish needs for over 20 years.
HILLEL SERVES OUR CAMPUS YOUTH
explained his continuing interest
by stating, "We have promised a
new life to Jews still living in con-
ditions of oppression and distress,

OAK PARK
WATCH REPAIR

Two Chairmen
Named by Rosky

YES

JOIN B'NAI BRITH

MOVING &
STORAGE CO.

Lines Largest' Haulers

Kasle

2253 Cole Street
Birmingham
MI 4-4613

Pelavin

Jews for whom Israel offers haven
and home and hope. We have prom-
ised full opportunity to those Jews
we have brought to Israel—the op-
portunity to achieve their maximum
potential, that they may build and
be built by their new land. We
have promised the people of Israel,
that as they struggle for sheer
survival, we will rneeflatiCiee'rein9i-
bilities for human teed' so that)
they can build and grow -and fulfiM
the bibical prophecy Viet Israel'
will be a light unto the) nation ot-
the world." - -
Pelavin added,'"We-havett pront--7
ise to the Jew in Syria who bears'
dungeons and torture and hundlia- ,
Lion and intimidation. His cry is
not the cry of martyrs of Jewish
history. It is the cry of today.
Their declaration of Jewishness,
their declaration of the desire for
fulfillment of the promise is an
act of courage and sacrifice of
heroic proportions. Surely their
determination must be matched by
ours to keep the promise to these
Jews, and to Jews everywhere who
will seek new life in Israel this
year."

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