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April 05, 1974 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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14—Friday, April 5, '1974

Comings ...
• • . Goings

After leaving Russia, Dr.
Gruber went to Israel — it
was her 25th trip — to con- ,
tinue covering the story of
the Soviet Jews now living

in absorption centers in _Is-
rael. She also•was in Vienna,
where she met the trains
bringing in some of the 70,000
Jews who have now immi-
grated to Israel.
Dr. Gruber is the author
of 10 books — five of them
on Israel, including the best-
seller, -"Israel on the Seventh
Day." As foreign corre-
spondent for the New York
Herald Tribune, she covered
the story of Israel from its
birth to the present and has
contributed articles to many
Assisting co-chairmen Flor-
ence Tucker and Blanche
Engelman are Carole Olds,
Mimi Goldstein, Marlene
Krieger, S h i r l e y Marder,
Alice Katz, Ellen Greidinger,
Millie Gutterman, Ilene
Segar, Mae Green, Sheila
Bloom, Ilene Isaacs, Rhea
Cohen, Toby Weiss and
Debbie- Chimovitz.

The Festival of Freedom

President, Jewish Community Council
American Jewry responded to the trauma of Yom
Kippur 1973 generously and with passion. What had once
been enough was no longer adequate. What had before been
generous became minimal. Emotion coupled with reason
raised our consciousness to new levels.
Young and old among us looked inward. We were
frustrated by a sense of helplessness and yet we were
determined to be the makers of our destiny. We drew
strength from our history and we began to understand its
vision of the future.
The Passover seder is an event in Jewish life that
brings us together in family celebration and links us with
our past. We are strengthened in the knowledge that all
over the world. families like ours are repeating the same
story of deliverance and are expressing the same hopes for
This seder table stabile symbolizes our connection with
our people in Israel and throughout the world. The Israeli
soldier carrying_the Torah into captivity, the Russian Jewish
immigrant to Israel, the Jewish American family at the
seder table . . it is all of us and . . . we are one.
May this Passover, the Festival of our Freedom, bring
the promise of freedom for our people everywhere and for
all mankind.

Community Calendar I

April 7—T e m p 1 e Beth El meeting Tuesday, elected the
Family Seder, 6:30 following: President, Goldie
p.m., by reservation Brezinsky; vice presidents,
Joyce Rosenthal, Ilene Wise-
9—Temple Sisterhood man, Lillian A p e 11 and
Meeting, Noon, at Sharon Stein; treasurer, Har-
home of Lois Stan- riet Kahn; secretaries, Sybil
ley, 1071 Wood Goldberg, Rita Persky,
Naomi Meizlish and Pearl
—Bnai Brith Women Simen; junior past president,
Board Meeting, 8 Barbara Sherr; and board
p.m., home of Mrs. members, Jan Eisman, Nora
Mildred Steinman, G Fisher, Harriet Freeman,
Eileen Hauser and Lee Sil-
3500 Southgate.
10—Executive Commit- berman. Mrs. Brezinsky has
tee Meeting, 8 p.m. served Bnai Brith as presi-
—Temple Youth Inter- dent of Eastland Chapter and
president of Tri-Valley Coun-
faith Seder.
11-0 R T Progressive cil of Southern California.
Luncheon, 12:30 She also was a member of
p.m., home of Max- District 4's leadership train-
ine Kronick, 1185 ing cabinet in chapter serv-
13—Leadetihip Develop-
"My servant Moses is
ment Creative
Seder, 8 p.m., IMA dead; proceed then, to cross
Lodge at Potters the Jordan here, you and all
this people into the land
which I am giving -them."
—Joshua 1:2.
Bnai Brith Women, at its

Wishing All Our

Friends and Customers

Gary Boren, a second-year
pre-med student at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, has re-
ceived recognition for out-
standing achievement at an
honors convocation held re-
cently at the university.

Author Gruber to Address Women's Institut e

Dr. Ruth Gruber,\ author,
foreign correspondent and
authority on the Middle East,
will be a guest speaker at
the Women's Institute Day
sponsored by the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council 10
a.m. April 24 at Temple Beth
Dr. Gruber has recently
returned from the Soviet
Union and ISrael where she
covered the story of the So-:
viet Jews. In Russia, she
met with world-famous Jew-
ish scientists and artists, like
the brilliant Soviet 'dancer
Valero Panov, fired, from
their jobs, imprisoned and
harassed because they have
asked permission to go to


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