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August 10, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-10

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34—Friday, August 10, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Camp Season Ends With Bang

IN I SV .1 11,

Mrs. Ruth Bernstein and five-year-old baker's helpers
Kathy Lewis, Lisa Blunt and Michelle Yale make halla at
Camp Maccabee—a regular feature of the camp progrm
each Friday.
* * *
Camp Maccabee ended its brew version of Cinderella—

July 9-27 session with a He- complete with Fairy Yenta.
Parents who visited on the
last day also viewed the
, Sept. 23
"Maccabian Games," includ-
Annual Meeting
ing a watermelon-eating con-
Jewish Community
test.
Council
The season-long theme of
moving to and living in Is-
rael was illustrated with the
camp's home-made kibutz and
planting done by campers.
Each Friday in preparation
for the Sabbath program, a
The family of the late different group of campers
Sadie Braun announces the was helped to • bake halla by
unveiling of a monument in Mesdames Ruth Bernstein,
her memory 1:30 p.m. Sun- Judy Kasle and Iva Kukler.
The C amp Maccabees
day, Aug. 19, at Machpelah
Cemetery, Flint. Rabbi Kol- Chronicle, compiled by camp-
En will officiate. Relatives ers and staff, was printed
end friends are asked to at- the last week of camp and in-
cluded campers' drawings
tend.
and sayings. Any camper's
parent who was not present
to receive the paper may pick
it up at the Jewish Commu-
nity Council office, 912 Sill
Nil . 0111:illiSTRA
Building.
'Musk- Foi Al Oicasions
Marilyn Megdell was camp
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director and Gordon Parnes,
assistant camp director.

Monument
Unveilings

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of Moscow Jew Spurs Request
for Cash to United Jewish Appeal

Victor Fairmark, a young
Moscow Jew, made an emo-
tional plea for freedom in a
conversation with Flint Jew-
ish Community Council Ex-
exutive Director Richard
Krieger. He said:
"My daughter is 31/2 years
old. For me to stay here
would mean that she will
never know what it is to be
a Jew. We have been turned
down five times (for permis-
sion to leave Russia) but we
are going to try agian. Peo-
ple always hope: we will
also hope, but we will do
something to try for free-
dom—not just hope. We can-
not live withciut hope and
without your help."
These words, quoted to
Murray Moss, first vice pres-
ident of the Flint Jewish
Community Council, led him
to remark that never before
has it been so necessary to
raise cash from the pledges
made to the United Jewish
Appeal.

"In recent years," he said,
"a Jew has never been left
to suffer the pangs of perse-
cution in Russia or Poland
because of a lack of monies
to nay his ransom. The world
Jewish community has al-
ways come up with the cash
that would enable us to pay a
Jew's ransom out of Russia.

"The prime concern of
Soviet Jewry," he said, "has
been obtaining the permission
to leave. The Dutch Embassy
in Moscow, as an agent for
the Jewish Agency, always
has been able to help provide
visa funds an-I immigration
fees for those Soviet Jews
fortunate enough to be per-
mitted to leave for free.iom
in Israel and the United
States.
"These ransoms are not
paid with pledges," contin
ued Moss. "They are paid
only with the cash that is
used to indicate our commit-
ment to the survival of the
Jewish people."

It usually takes more than
The same cash, not pledges, three weeks to prepare
will aid distressed Jew s good impromptu speech.
around the world and in Is- Mark Twain.
rael, as well as provide such
local services as education
programs, community rela-
tions and social services.
Jack and
"Now, as the new year ap-
Leslie
proaches," said Moss, "we
Gorback
are given the opportunity of
An Award-winning
bestowing a mitzva on our-
Combination
selves and a blessing for
Jews in need by redeeming
•_PORTRAITS • CANDIDS
our pledges."

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Who Leads Jewish 'Community?

Youth
on the Move

Paul Seigel, son of Mr. and
Mrs.
Saul Seigel of Townline
Ages 3 thru 5
Rd., Grand Blanc, is Working
Art Li n kletter
this summer as a congression-
DR. MARDER
al intern in the Washington
Schools
office of U.S. Senator Robert
2 locations
Griffin. Seigel, a junior at
Royal Oak & Southfield
Western Michigan University,
CALL 588-0300
Mrs. Ronald Goldstein and
attended the U.S. Military
Free Busing, Too!
Edward• Powers, co-chairmen
Academy at West Point.
al.■•■
of the Flint Jewish Communi-
ty Council's young leadership
development committee, have
been cited by Kenneth Wol-
lack, legislative liaison of
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the American Israel Public
For Your Guests
Affairs Committee, for their
efforts to solicit support of
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congressmen and senators
Including the New
for the Mills-Vanik Amend-
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The House W ay s and
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Act and will not begin debate
on section 5, dealing with
most-favored-nation t r ea t-
ment, for about a week. It is
important that those interest-
ed in human rights write to
their legislators to urge their
support for this amendment,
said Mrs. Goldstein.
The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council is interested in
having copies of letters sent
to congressmen and any re-
sponses received.
Orchestras & Cocktail Combos
Letters of support for the
of all sizes for all occasions
Genocide Convention, in an-
—Including HOUSE PARTIES!
ticipation of a September roll

Scott Kronick, Martin Price,
Rhonda Price and Andrea
Wolf will represent the all-
star swim team from Flint at
the Canusa Games in Hamil-
ton, Ont., next weekend.
Representing the all-star
soccer team will be Alan
Friedman, Brian Kronick and
David Stanley.
Robert, Adam and Steve
Sorscher participated in the
Flint Invitational Tennis
Tournament at the Flint Ten-
nis Club.
Bob Bernstein and Mark
Engelman were among the
representatives of the Flint
area in the Porter Cup golf
amateur at Niagara Falls,
N. Y.

VICTOR, GALINA AND ELAINA FAIRMARK

Introducing : Dr. Ira B. Marder

Newly elected to the office
of second vice president of
the Flint Jewish Community
Council is Flint dentist Dr.
Ira B. Marder.
A recipient of the Betty

Sports Beat

Phil Bricker
is Back!

Pelavin Young Leadership
Award, given for outstanding
leadership in the community,
Dr. Marder has served as
treasurer of the Flint Jewish
Community Council and as a
division chairman for the
Flint United Jewish Appeal.
Born in Perth Amboy, N.J.,
Dr. Marder was graduated
from Detroit's Central High
School and the University of
Detroit, where he received
BA and DDS degrees.
Dr. Marder, his wife Shir-
ley and sons Jeffrey, Mark
and Drew are members of
Cong. Beth Israel.

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the Senate have called for
Senate consideration of the
convention, a two-thirds ma-
jority is needed for both rati-
fication and the cutoff of a
filibuster.

The council also considers
it 'appropriate to write to
President Nixon, to Secretary
of State William Rogers and
to United Nations Ambassa-
dor John Scali, expressing
gratification for the U.S. veto
of the Security Council draft
resolution deploring Israel's
occupation of territories tak-
en in the Six-Day War.
The veto was only the fifth
ever exercised by the U.S.
and the second to have been
on the Middle East issue.

Community
Calendar

Aug. 15—Bnai Brith Golf Stag

at Grand Blanc Golf
Club
16—Beth Israel Board
of Education meet-
ing, 8 p.m.

Speech is power: speech is
call vote in the Senate also to persuade, to convert to
are needed, according to the compel.—Ralph Waldo Em-
council. While a majority of erson.

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