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'indents Arrange Two-Fold Program

Temple Beth El Religious program "From Holocaust
hool wil host the congrega- to Holyland" commemora-
on 10:30 a.m. Sunday at a ting the anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and
celebrating the 25th anniver-
For Custom Drapery sary of the state of Israel.
A worship service prepared
Cleaning, Call
by the 7th grade will precede
the program, which will in-
clude a film biography of
Golda Meir, an overview of
the state of Israel, a taste of
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Israeli postage stamps and
Israeli dancing. Religious
"Ali That The 'Name Implies"
school students are to be at
school at 10.

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Bar Mitzva

Charles Goldblum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Goldblum,
will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzva 8:30 p.m.
May 18 at Temple Beth El.

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Life in Ashes
of Auschwitz

In Poland, "if you want to
encounter Polish Jewry, you
have to do it in cemeteries,"
said Leonard Fein at the
closing program of the an-
nual cultural series of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council.
Nevertheless, said the
Brandeis University pro-
fessor of politics and social
policy, he came to realize
at the site of Auschwitz, that
"I was not only standing in
the valley of the shadow of
death, but also beginning to
understand what climbing
the mountain of life is all
about."
Dr. Fein was one of 35
American Jews, led by
Michael Pelavin of Flint,
national chairman of the
Young Leadership Cabinet of
the United Jewish Appeal,
who took part in the trip to
Poland.
Israel and Judaism, said
Dr. Fein, are proving vic•
torious over the forces of
evil that Nazism represent-
ed. At the same time "Nazis
and Nazism have to be de-
feated every day."
He is encouraged by the
fact, he said, that more Jews
are studying Hebrew in col-
lege and that throughout the
country Jews are beginning
to assert their Jewishness.
He recalled that in the
guest book in the Auschwitz
museum — where there are
exhibits of hair of murdered
Jews and a display case of
pacifiers of babies killed
there — Fein wrote for the
group: "Despite everything,
the people of Israel live and
will live forever."

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Community Calendar

May 14—T e m ple Beth El
Board Meeting, 8
p.m.
15—ORT Meeting, 12:30
p.m., River Forest
Club House.*
16—Hadassah Installa-
tion Luncheon, 12:30
p.m., Cong. Beth
Israel.
—Teen Meeting at
Youth Center, 7:30
P.m.
17—Council Community
Relations Committee
Meeting, 8 p.m.,
Temple Beth El.
—JWVA Donor Din-
ner, 6:30 p.m., River
Forest Club House.
—Cong. Beth Israel
Board of Education
Meeting, 8 p.m.

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the day.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 11, 1973-15

Petakh Tikva
Door of Hope

Ann Lebster Chapter of
Hadassah has scheduled an
B y NAPHTALY
installation luncheon for
HERTZ 1.11IBER
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Israel. Mrs. Alex- Translated front Hebrew by
Joshua Joyrich
ander Tucker, vice president
(Fraidenraikh)
for • programing, and her
Editor's note: This poem by
chairman, Mrs. G e or g e
the author of "Hatikva" has
Greidinger, will show slides, been translated on the occasion
photographs and paintings of Israel's 25th anniversary. The
location of "Petakh Tikvah,"
by the Masters. Mrs. Henry translation notes, embodies the
the
by Israel's pioneers
Livingston will install the realization
of Hosea's prophecy (2:17).
officers. New officers are:
* * *
President, Mrs. Milton Bark- From Jerusalem you have
man; vice presidents, Mes-
arrived,
aid you had been favored-
dames Jack Brenner, Nor- Sans
"Petakh. Tikvah"—it you had
man Sorscher, Benzion Got-
dubbed;
smallholders cooperative
lib and Henry Schafer; sec- The
you have established.
retaries, Mesdames Lionel Many woes and hardships
beyond your heads—
Conn, David Stone and Saul Passed
Enough amazing troubles,
Markey; and treasurer, Mrs. Alas, your eyes behold.
* * *
your eyes.
Ronald Goldstein. A special "Petakh Tikvah"—at
you were
Jewish War Veterans Aux- tribute will be given to Mrs. Immediately
restrained!
iliary is still accepting reser- Arthur Silverman, past presi- The cunning evil neighbors
instituted
vations at 787-9043 for the dent, for devoted service to
The discharge of their
unfair "laws."
the Flint chapter. She and Morass
and reeds, and swamps
Mr. Silverman recently left Essentially surround your
borders;
Flint to make their home in Tropical summer periods
Southfield. A baby sitter will Stimulate malaria—illness;
incense—vapors
be in attendance in the syna- Noxious
Expel the mire and marshes,
gogue library.
Causing sickness —

Flint
News



The heart and mind diseases.

donor dinner 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at River Forest club
house.

W. German-Israeli
Scientific Ties
Hailed at Parley

Temple Beth El Sisterhood
will hold its annual meeting
12:30 p.m. May 22. New of-
ficers will be installed by
Rabbi Gerald Schuster.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs.
Saul Gorne. A biby sitter will
be in attendance.
* * *
ORT will hold its "Pot-
luck Luncheon" 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at River Forest club
house. Officers will be elect-
ed.
* * *
Bnai Brith Women, at a
luncheon Tuesday, saw new
officers installed by Mrs. Ira
Albion, president of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council of
Metropolitan Detroit. Also in
attendance from Detroit was
Mrs. Gordon Fruitman, past
president of Detroit Council
and consultant to the Flint
Chapter. Officers installed
were: President, Mrs. Shel-
don Sherr; vice presidents,
Mesdames Benjamin Kauf-
man, Ted Goldberg and John
Fleming; secretaries, Mes-
dames Ruben Wisnudel, Ir-
ving Simen, Donald Freeman
and Leonard Meizlish. Treas-
urer is Mrs. Marvin Persky.
Mrs. Jack Kippelman was

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Israeli-West German physics
symposium was held here
evermore, like phantom ship,
marking the 10th anniver- Not
Denied the right of anchor grip,
sary of scientific coopera- Shall we, uncertain of our fate,
tion between the Weizmann Toss on the stormy sea of hate!
Institute of Science and the Nor, like the rootless, drifting
sand,
Max Planck Society of West By ill
wind blown from land to
Germany.
land,
Shall
we,
at every shifting tide,
Foreign Minister Abba
seek safe place where to
Eban, who spoke briefly at In vain
hide!
the opening, noted that "sci-
Not
evermore, like sheep shall
entific cooperation between
we,
Israel and Germany has Despised and crushed, a scape-
be
paved the way for vitally im- For goat
devilry of every kind,
p o rt a n t cooperation with Devised by bigot's twisted mind!
other European countries."
by brute force, 'neath
About 50 West German Nor, Ghetto
wall
scientists joined 90 Israeli Shall we, again, be forced to
crawl,
colleagues at the symposium, And be swept up in raging flood
being held at the Weizmann Of tryant's lust for Jewish blood!
Not ever more!
Institute in Rehovot.
The ambassador from Henceforth, in Israel shall we,
Bonn, Jesco von Puttkamer, A people reborn, proud and free,
to prophetic destiny,
said scientific relations be- True
A light unto all nations be!
tween his country and Israel For ever more!
were the foundation for poli-
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The German scientists par-
ticipating in the physics sym- •
posium are headed by Prof.
Wolfgang Gentner of the Max
Planck Institute and Hans
Hilger Haunschild, state sec-
retary of the West German
Ministry for Research and
Technology.

*

* *

'74 Scholarships
to Israel Offered

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council is offering
scholarships of up to $500 for
1974 Israel pilgrimages to
teens age 15 through high
school.
A required two-semester
preparatory program will be
held on Sunday mornings in
conjunction with the elective
program.
Brochures of programs
available will be provided by
the Council office, 912 Sill
Building, Flint 48502.

Tots to Get a Taste

Children who will be enter-
ing Temple Beth El kinder-
garten in the fall are invited
to visit the school 11:45 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. May 20. For in-
formation, call Eugene Grif-
fel, school principal, 234-1808.

For Ever More !

By MERIAM MARGOLIS
Let our yokes with mighty shout
Like thunder echo 'round about
And to the world proclaim that
we,
Now and forever, free shall be!



•••

Our Self-Respect
Our self-contempt is our
main disease. Our primary
obligation is to develop our
own self-respect. It follows
that from now on, self-knowl-
edge must be the foundation
and core of our national ed-
ucation. This is the way that
a healthy people and a nor-
mal person educates. Zev
Jabotinsky, "On National Ed.
ucation."

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Lou Mason, star of night
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will entertain at an Israel
Bond reception hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Pestka at
their home, 1035 Wren, S.E.,
Grand Rapids,
p.m.
May 23, it was announced by
Hy Berkowitz, chairman of
the Grand Rapids Israel Bond
Committee.

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