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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 18, 1974-17

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Small-Town Ontario Jewish Life
Is Doomed: Canadian Congress

MONTREAL (JTA)—Offi-
cials of two Jewish organiza-
tions which deal with some
30 Jewish 'communities in On-
tario have predicted that
small-town Jewish life in the
province is doomed to disap-
pear. The officials are Dr.
Edmond Lipsitz, director of
education and culture of the
Canadian Jewish Congress
central region, and Yehuda
Noy , executive director of
the United Israel Appeal in
Ontario.
They discussed the prob-
lem in interviews with the
Canadian Jewish News. Noy
said that "within the next
generation, there will be a
lot of these communities
without Jewish population."
Dr. Lipsitz cited assimila-
tion, the departure of young
Jews seeking education or
jobs and the death of older
members, adding that the
majority of the small towns
face a rapid decline in their
Jewish populations.

NEW YORK — Sam Roth-
berg, general chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization, an-
nounced that the sale of Is-
rael Bonds in 1973 produced
a record-breaking total of
$502,137,550, compared with
$271,000,000 in Israel Bond
proceeds in 1972 and $217,000,-
000 in 1967.
During the past 23 years,
the Israel Bond Organization
has been the central source
of funds for the development
of every major aspect of Is-
rael's economy.
Special tribute was paid by
Rothberg to the Jews of
Canada who, under the lea-
dership of Allan Bronfman,
national president of the Is-
rael Bond campaign in that
country, sold an extraordin-
ary total of $45,226,650 in Is-
rael Bonds in 1973 as against
$24,458,000 in 1972.
Rothberg announced that
more than 500 leaders from
various communities in the Gov. Shapp Puts
United States and Canada are Watergate to Music
preparing to leave for Israel
PHILADELPHIA — "No
at the invitation of Prime
Minister Golda Meir to take Shortage of Love" is the apt
part in an extraordinary con- title of a song about the
ference on Israel's massive energy crisis, written by the
economic needs in the after- Democratic governor of
math of the Yom Kippur War, Pennsylvania, Milton J.
Shapp, and recorded here
Jan. 27 to Feb. 2.
last weekend.
A second song by Shapp is
"The Ballad of Rose Mary,"
Ten Strong Objects
a spoof about the Watergate
There are ten strong things
scandal.
in the world: Rock, but iron
Shapp, who likes to write
cleaves it. Iron, but fire sof- songs
but usually puts them
tens it. Fire, but water aside, said "I've wanted to
quenches it. Water, but do this all my life."
clouds bear it. Clouds, but
David Stauren, a Phila-
wind scatters them. Wind, delphia composer, was called
but the body withstands it.
The body, but fright crushes in to orchestrate the trumpet,
it. Fright, but wine banishes drums and electric bass. The
singing was by Sue Levin-
it. Wine, but sleep works it
con, 23. a Spanish teacher.
off. Death is stronger than
Shapp hummed.
all, and charity saves from
An excerpt from the Water-
it.—Talmild, Baba Bathra.
gate song goes like this:
"Rose Mary, oh, Rose Mary,
please relate
To our head of state
He must make things perfect-
ly clear, yes my dear.
He must tell what the bleep
went on at Watergate."

Blaze in Tel Aviv
May Cover Theft

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Police
said that the fire that forced
the evacuation of several
hundred guests and employes
from the Dan Hotel was a
cover for robbery.
The blaze broke out in the
Tifany Club which occupies
the basement of the 11-story
structure on the Tel Aviv
beach front. According to
police the club's safe was
found opened and cash miss-
ing. Police said the safe was
opened with a key but the
thieves tried to make it ap-
pear that it had been forced
open.

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Dr. Lipsitz cited five such
communities in which he said
organized Jewish communal
life had vanished in the past
five to ten years. He said
that for the remaining Jew-
ish families in those towns
difficulties were compounded
in trying to maintain Jewish
education, a synagogue, Jew-
ish programs and access to
kosher meat and poultry.
Despite "limited resourc-
es," the CJC provides expert
guidance, makes educational
facilities available and helps
in the location of rabbis,
teachers and cantors. Noy
said the UIA provides some
Jewish ties and identity by
making available program-
ming, entertainment and up-
to-date information on Israel.
The report on small town
Jewish communities and CJC
efforts to help them was the
second in three months. Ac-
cording to the first report,
last October, the CJC had
been spurred by the problem
into an effort to bring such
communities back "into the
mainstream of Jewish life,"
according to Mrs. Joey Rich-
man, chairman of community
services committee of the
CJC eastern region. Mrs.
Richman cited a variety of
efforts to assist Jews in such
communities:

Joe Medwed has joined the
staff of the Durbin Co. Real-
tors at its Southfield office,
28200 Southfield. Medwed has
had many years' experience
in the sale of residential
homes and can be reached
at 559-8181.

Israel-Europe
Economic Bureau
Housed in Hagve

AMSTERDAM (JTA) — A
"Bureau for Economic Rela-
tions Between Europe and
Israel" has recently been set
up in The Hague.
The bureau's main objec-
tive will be to enable Israeli
businessmen and industrial-
ists to consult with their Eu-
ropean counterparts in the
areas of marketing, admin-
istrative know-how, financing
and training procedures.
The bureau's board of gov-
ernors includes Dutch Jewish
industrialist Oscar Vanleer,
Sir Edmond Warburg of
England, Francois Periere
of France and Walter Hes-
selbach of West Germany.

Resumption of Efforts
by Jews, Blocks Urged

NEW YORK — Martin
Luther King Day, observed
Tuesday, should be a time
for renewal of the Jewish-
Black working coalition aim-
ed at improving the welfare
of minority groups, a Reform
leader said Monday.
Rabbi Balfour Brickner,
director of the New York
Federation of Reform Syna-
gogues, said such a coalition
could strive for "improved
housing, effective schools, in-
creased job opportunities."
He added that both Jews
and Blacks, "'by advocating
separatism and tolerating
withdrawal, have contributed
to the negative atmosphere
in this city and have wasted
their potential power."
*

In 1972, Child and Family
Services of Michigan, a Torch
Drive agency, placed 535 chil-
dren with adoptive parents.



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