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September 28, 1973 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-28

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Removal Urged I Chief Rabbi Kaplan Denounces
of Israeli Book Attacks on Arabs in French City
PARIS (JTA)--,Chief Rabbi seilles bus driver by a mem-
on Christianity Jacob
Kaplan of France de- tally ill Algerian worker,

Flint Community Council Head
Sends New Year Greeting

Comings .. .
and
. . . Goings

By MICHAEL PELAVIN
President of Flint Jewish Community Council
The advent of the new year 5734, brings us into a
period of reflection. We consider our achievements of the
past and our goals for the future; we recount our suc-
- ses and what must be recorded as our failures; and in
1 case we evaluate our direction and intent. Our in-
tended purpose was then, is now, and will always be guided
by one controlling axiom; "As Jews we are concerned for
each other. As Jews we are concerned for the safety and
survival of each other. As Jews we are concerned with the
rights and welfare of each other. As Jews we are con-
cerned with the rights of every Jew to live a dignified,
human, free and Jewish existence."

Clifford Hart and Dr.
Charles N. Pappas have been
named to serve as division
chairmen of the United Fund
Campaign of Genesee and
Lapeer counties. Hart, a
Flint attorney, heads the pro-
fessional division, and Dr.
Pappas, president of Mott
Community College, will head
the educational division.
Mrs. Norman Lewis has
These days bring each Jew, regardless of how removed
from his faith during the year, closer to his heritage and been elected vice president
to his people. It is during these days of awe that we join of the Genesee County Dis-
together in prayer asking for peace for the people of Israel, trict Dental Auxiliary.
and freedom for all suffering the pangs of persecution and
Gilbert Gottlieb has been
oppression. We ask for guidance in our work toward the
creative continuity and survival of the Jewish people here elected president of the
Friends of Modern Art.
in Flint, throughout the Diaspora, and in Israel.

NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi
Bernard Bergman, president
of the National Council for
Torah Education, issued an
urgent appeal to Israel's
minister of education, Yigal
Allon, to take immediate
steps to discontinue the use
of the text booklet, "The
Early Christianity" published
several months ago by the
ministry of education for the
state schools.
The booklet, Rabbi Berg-
man declared, shows an un-
mistakable tendency to de
pict Christianity in a favor-
able light and distorts history
by omitting any mention of
the countless persecutions,
inquisitions, discriminations
and mass killings of Jews on
the part of Christians.

nounced racism and appealed Rabbi Kaplan said such rac-
for "human brotherhood," in ist acts "risk becoming a
response to the recent resur- grave danger for those who
gence of anti-Arab sentiment do not act in time to thwart
in France.
them."
Rabbi Kaplan, taking as his
Rabbi Kaplan made the ap-
peal in the town of Nancy at subject the commandment,
a ceremony in memory of "Thou shall love thy neighbor
those deported during World as thyself," said: "Our neigh-
bors are not only other Jews,
War II.
but also Christians and Mos-
Referring to racial repris- lems, not only white men but
als which cost the lives of black men as well, not only
seven Algerian workers fol- Europeans but men through-
lowing the murder of a Mar- out the world."

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vival of all Jewish people, and may we extend to you our
sincerest wishes for a healthy, happy and peaceful New the Jew denies it to the Gen-
tile. Any impairment of jus-
Year.
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versal justice and ultimately
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nation guilty of the offense.
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— S. Parkes Cadman.
Sept. 29—Hadassah Oneg
—Jewish War Veter-
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ans Auxiliary Classifieds Get Quick Results
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Hadassah's production of
Friday, Sept. 28, 1973-25
Oct. 2—Temple Beth El
Sisterhood Board an original script "Rochel's
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Meeting, 12:30 Raiders," needs army boots,
helmets
and
coats.
To
donate
p.m., Temple Beth
call Maxine Kronick, 732-
El.
—Bnai Brith Lodge 9324. Tryouts for the produc-
Meeting, 8 p.m., tion will be held 8 p.m., Oct.
Howard Johnson's 9 at the Kronick home.
East.
Hadassah's Oneg Shabat
—Israel Bond Recep- Study Group will meet 2 p.m.
tion, 8 p.m., home Saturday at the home of Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell, 2821 West-
Murray Moss, 3325 wood Parkway. Teen-agers
Wolcott.
who recently spent the sum-
3—Beth Israel Sister- mer in Israel will give their
hood 111eeting, 12:30 impressions of the Holy
p.m., Cong. Beth Land. The community is in-
Israel.
vited.
—Council Community
Relations Commit-
tee Meeting, 8 p.m.
Cong. Beth Israel received
4—Joint Board of Edu- a floral arrangement from
c a t i o n Meeting, Hadassah in appreciation for
noon, Temple Beth hospitality. The arrangement
El.
includes a plexiglas pedestal
—Beth Israel Board base designed and created
Meeting, 8 p.m., and donated by Robert Mit-
Cong. Beth Israel. chell of Flint.

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Community Calendar

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A HAPPY AND

HEALTHY
NEW
YEAR
I

Senior Friendship
Officers Are Elected

The Senior Friendship
Club of the Flint Jewish
Community Council has elect-
ed the following officers for
the new year: President, Is-
rael Sendler; vice presidents:
Mrs. Eva Fisher and Her-
man Acker; and secretary-
treasurer: Joe Laro.
The club meets every
Thursday afternoon at Tem-
ple Beth El for a business
meeting and social activities.
Anyone interested in joining
can contact any of the offi-
cers.

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From The
DIRECTORS
AND OFFICERS

Beth Israel Sisterhood will
host Sheldon Siegel, an at-
torney with the Flint pro-
secuting attorney's office,
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue. Lunch will be
served. His topic will he
"Consumer Protection a n d
You." A baby sitter will be
available.
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Bnai Brith Flint Lodge will
hold its monthly meeting 8
p.m. Tuesday at Howard
Johnson's East. The program
will feature a District 6 rep-
resentative who will discuss
Bnai Brith insurance pro-
grams.

'Liberty State 'Bank &

CJF Talks 'Fruitful'

Full service banking at all offices Monday-Thursday 9:30 AM-4:30 PM,
Fridays till 7:30 PM except West Bloomfield. Saturdays 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
except In Hamtramck. Member FDIC, FRS. Hamtramck (Jos. Campau at
Holbrook), Sterling Heights (44500 Van Dyke), Clinton Township (16673 E.
15 Mile) and West Bloomfield (6695 Orchard Lake Road).

PARIS (JTA) — The 20-
member delegation of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds left
Paris after 10 days of talks
which CJF president Ray-
mond Epstein termed "ex-
tremely fruitful."

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