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December 21, 1973 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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Dali Lithogxaphs
of 12 Tribes at
Art Institute

Pelavm gGets Lehman Award

Thirteen lithographs of the
12 Tribes of Israel by Salva-
dor Dali will be on display
at the Flint Institute of Arts
Dec. 15-Jan. 15. These works
were commissioned by the
state of Israel with a fore-
word by Abba Eban. It is
one of only 200 sets through-
out the United States.

Edward Siegel, 75

Edward Siegel, a native
New Yorker who lived 50
years in Flint, died Dec. 11
at age 75.
Mr. Siegel, 809 S. Ballen-
ger, was a member of Cong.
fh Israel and Fort Lauder-
?. Elks Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Edith; and a brother, Milton
of Brooklyn.

Minister Asks U.S. Intercede for POWs

Rev. David W. Markowich
of H o I y Trinity Lutheran
Church wrote to Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger, ask-
ing him to intercede with the
Syrian government to urge
them to arrange quickly for
the exchange of prisoners of
war, to immediately publish
the names of those being held
and to promise decent treat-
ment and visits by United
Nations and Red Cross repre-
sentatives.

Kurt Waldheim and to the
Syrian Embassy in New
York.
Pelavin listed the charges
against the Syrian govern-
ment, which has refused to
list the names of Israeli
POWs or to permit the Red
Cross to meet with them.

Rose Citron

968-0670

In a letter to the Flint
Journal, Michael Pelavin,
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, appealed to
Michael Pelavin, left, receives the Herbert H. Lehman "Americans who have suf-
Award in recognition of his services as chairman of the fered the hurt of unreported
United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Cabinet. The pres- POWs in the Vietnam War"
entation was made by UJA General Chairman Paul Zucker. to support Israel's demand on
man at the concluding dinner meeting of the annual UJA behalf of its POWs being held
conference at the New York Hilton Hotel, Dec. 8. Israel in Syria.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, foreground, was guest
He asked that protests be
speaker at the dinner.
sent to UN Secretary-General

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THE- DETROIT
Friday, Dec. 21, 1973-33



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A 10-day "People to Peo-
ple" mission to Israel, in-
cluding a meeting with
Congressman Donald Riegle
Jr. in Jerusalem, will leave
Flint Jan. 10.
The cost includes t h r e e
meals per day, five-star ho-
tels, all transfers and touring.
All participants will be des-
ignated as delegates of the
Jewish Community Council,
said Executive Director
Richard Krieger.
Krieger said, "Now, more
than ever, the people of Israel
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*

From the Sheraton and Desert Inn Hotels
in Israel, International Music with

HENRI WAKNINE

Bnai Brith Women Vice
President Mrs. John Fleming
announced the chapter will
prepare and serve dessert at
the annual Goodwill Christ-
mas party for its employes
today.

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Mrs. Al Rosenthal, chair-
man of the Bnai Brith vaude-
vill show, "Old Faces '74,"
invites any interested persons
in the community to contact
her if they would like to ap-
pear in the show, based on a
script by Mrs. Rosenthal and
Mrs. Peter Kronick. Robert
Plourde will direct. For fur-
ther information, call Mrs.
Rosenthal, 235-3034. Rehears-
als will begin early in Jan-
uary.
*
*

Hadassah can still use vol-
unteers for its gift-wrapping
project at Genesee Valley
Mall and Dort Mall. Women
who can spare some time
may call Mrs. Jack Shaprow,
732-8735.

SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

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Community
Calendar

Dec. 23—Hashahar Meeting,
2-4 p.m., Youth Cen-
ter.

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you will want to stand at their
side, talk to them, listen to
their leaders, share the first
hours of incoming immi-
grants, discover the dimen-
sions of Israel's human needs,
visit with Israel's troops at
a time when your face can
present a world of encourage-
ment to them. This year we
should all be in Jerusalem."
F o r information, contact
Krieger, 767-5922.
Mission participants w i 1 1
include Shelia and Burton
Bloom, Florence and Lou
Epstein, Natalie and Michael
Pelavin, Esther and Eli
Shapiro, Marlene and Milton
Rosenbaum, Lee Silberman,
Rabbi Gerald Schuster and
Richard Krieger.

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Shaarey Zedek School in
Southfield, spoke on the "Ac-
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cation" at the conclusion of
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