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November 23, 1973 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-23

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Reform Temples' United Efforts Aid

More than 1,000 members
of Reform temples in the
Metropolitan Detroit area and
their friends, who gathered
Saturday evening at a dinner
at Raleigh House to honor
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan L.
Fink, demonstrated solidar-
ity in efforts to aid Israel by
purchasing Israel Bonds in
the amount of $2,022,000.
Unanimity marked the re-
sponse to the calls for action
expressed at the fifth annual
dinner of Reform congrega-
tions and the prompt action

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in Israel's behalf was ex-
pressed in a summary of the
needs in the concluding words
of the toastmaster of the
evening, Rabbi M. Robert
Syme, who told the large
gathering:
"Israel is not demobilized,
and as long as Israel is mob-
ilized, we, too, must remain
mobilized."
Equal emphasis was ac-
knowledged in the admonition
of Albert M. Colman, who
enrolled the investors, that
what was being done was not
giving but lending, and that
both must be attained in the
distressing period of Israel's
defense and reconstruction.
Mr. and Mrs. Fink were
presented with the Israel
Prime Minister's Medal, in
recognition of their commu-
nal services, by Admiral
Shlomo Erell of the Israel
Navy, who directed the at-
tack on the naval forces of
Syria and Egypt when the
Yom Kippur War broke out.
In his response to the hon-
ors accorded them, Fink, in
behalf of himself and his
wife, affirmed a dedication
to tasks in the greater De-

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Erell emphasized that "Is-
rael can't lose even a single
battle," and he therefore ex-
pressed the hope that there
will be negotiations. "Now
there is a glimmer of hope
that we can negotiate," he
said, but he added that "we
must negotiate from
strength."
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troit community. He told of
the family background in
building a large business—
Great Scott Supermarkets—
from meager beginnings, and
he took pride in presenting,
his large family who occu-
pied several tables at the
dinner. "What we do and our
dedications are expressions
of our faith in America,"
Fink said.
As a mark of honor to the
Finks, and in a reaffirmation
of labor's interest in Israel's
security, Horace Brown of
the Retail Clerks' Union an-

Criterion Plans
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Criterion Club will host a
post-Thanksgiving dance 9
p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center, an-
nounces the president, Ruth
Traison.
The event, entitled "Turkey
Trot and Gobblers' Gallop,"
will feature music by the
Manhatters Orchestra, re-
freshments, social mixers
and prizes, including a kosher
turkey and state lottery
tickets. The public is invited.
Reservations from singles
and couples are being ac-
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Dec. 31. A kosher dinner,
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nounced a $150,000 Israel
Bond purchase by his union,
to match a similar purchase
by the Finks. David Pollack,
general chairman of the De-
troit Israel Bond Committee,
thereupon pointed out that
Brown's union had already
purchased $1,250,000 of Israel
Bonds earlier this year at a
national function in Washing-
ton.
Of interest also, to indicate_
a continuing friendship for
Israel, was the announcement
of a 51,500 Israel Bond pur-
chased by Gen. and Mrs.
S. L. A. Marshall.
Ted Petok, who represent-
ed Temple Beth El on the
program, spoke as an inti-
mate friend of the Finks, and
he paid them high honor for
the many accomplishments.
Alfred L. Deutsch greeted
the gathering as president of
United Jewish Charities and
in its and the Jewish Welfare
Federation's behalf an-
nounced a $100,000 Bond pur-
chase.
Among those greeting the
honorees were Rabbi David
Haken, regional director of
the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, and Dr.
Conrad Goode, president of
the Federation of Reform
Synagogues.
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
and Rabbi H. Philip Berko-
witz gave the opening and
closing prayers. Cantor Nor-
man Rose led in the singing
of the national anthems.
David Syme, noted pianist,
played Hungarion Rhapsody
No. 12 by Franz Liszt in hon-
or of the Finks who, he said,
"treated me like a son." Mrs.
Fink was acclaimed during
the dinner as an accom-
plished pianist.
Cantor Harold Orbach pre-
sented a musical tribute and
his wife, Evelyn, narrated a
portion of the text.
Admiral Shlomo Erell sub-
stitute for Jerusalem Mayor
Teddy Kollek as principal
speaker at the dinner, Kol-
lek's presence having been
required in Israel.
The admiral told of Israel
having developed her own
boats which proved effective
upon the outbreak of the war
on Oct. 6. A veteran of six
wars, predating the rebirth
of Israel, Erell said it was
important for Israel's de-
fense to gain domination of
the Mediterranean waters.
He pointed to the large
navy of Russian origin that
was built up for the Arabs in
25 years, together with Rus-
sian missile equipment.
In four days we managed
to sink all the vessels the
Arabs put out to sea," Erell
said. - Thus our Israeli crews
and the Israeli built hard-
ware defeated Russian tech-
nology much greater in size
than ours."
Analyzing the danger s,

Minister of Defense Moshe
Dayan said that if and when
a peace conference takes
place Israel will join from a
position of strength).
Ad m i r al Erell warned
against submission to black-
mail, and "because we lack
armaments" he hoped for
greater concern for Israel's
protective means.
He pointed to one grave
error in Israel's planning —
that while great stress was
laid on housing new immi-
grants and providing for
many in'ternal needs, the war
machine was being reduced
out of an overconfidence. He
expressed the hope that peo-
ple will realize where the
great need lies. Addressing
himself to American Jewry he
said "we are entitled to be
supplied economically and
politically, and we can not
carry on without your help."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Nev. 23, 1973-35

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his daughter Barbara Arlene
to Sanford Szirtes, son of
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Stratford Ct., Oak Park.
Miss Swartz, daughter of
the late Mrs. Evelyn Swartz,
and her fiance, a senior in
Wayne State University's col-
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June wedding.

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