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June 14, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-14

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20—Friday, June 14, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BARBARA'S STATIONERY

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Rotary to Hear I
Druze Consul

Ziedan Atashi, Israel con-
sul in New York, will be
guest speaker at the Flint
Rotary Club June 21 at the
Sarvis Food Center.
Atashi, who was born in
1940 in Isfiya, one of two
Druze villages on Mount Car-
mel, served in the Israel De-
fense Forces for 21/2 years.
When Histadrut inaugur-
ated its first program of
courses for the training of
Arab youth in 1963, Atashi
started working among the
youth of the Druze commun-
ity and soon after was ap-
pointed deputy director gen-
eral of the Arab and Druze
Workers Youth Movement.
He attended Haifa Univer-
sity, specializing in Arabic
studies and political science,
and obtained his BA degree
in 1969.
A year later, Atashi began
working in the Arabic depart-
ment of Israel television in
Jerusalem, while continuing
studies for an MA degree at
the Hebrew University. In
1970, he was put in charge
of Arabic television for the
northern area of the Haifa
District. At the same time,
he held a teaching position
in the political science de-
partment of Haifa University.
Atashi was appointed con-
sul in August 19722's.

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ommunity Calendar

June 17—Calendar Commit-
tee, 10 a.m., Coun-
cil Office
—Temple Beth El
Board of Education,
8 p.m., Temple
Library
19—ORT Honor Roll
Luncheon, 12:30
p.m., Franklin Hills
Country Club
—Camp Round - Up,

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The calendar committee,
comprised of presidents of
the women's organizations af-
filiated with the Flint Jewish
Community Council, w i 1 1
meet 10 a.m. Monday at the
council office. The council
maintains a community cal-
ender so that each of the
constituent organ izations
may plan their programs
without conflicts in dates.
Organization presidents or
their representatives are ask-
ed to supply the council
Maxine Kronick, chairman with their proposed 1974-75
of the Jewish Community calendar, indicating regular
Council youth activities com- and board meetings and other
mittee, announces a trip for special events.
* *
7th-12th graders to Cedar
Flint
Women's
American
Point June 24. Registration
is limited to 40. A bus will ORT, will cite its honor roll
leave from Cong. Beth Israel members at a luncheon 12:30
at 6 a.m. and return at mid- p.m. Wednesday at Franklin
night. The cost will include Hills Country Club. Mrs.
transportation and admission Robert Silverman, honor roll
to rides and attractions. For chairman, invites ORT mem-
registration, contact t bers
h e who have donated $50
Council office, 767-5922, or throughout the past year, or
have earned credit in that
Maxine Kronick; 732-9324.
amount for the organization.
* ,:
For reservation, call Mrs.
Camp Maccabee campers Silverman, 767-5374.
and parents are invited to a
camp round=up 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Temple Beth Riegle Backs
El. The evening is planned
for meeting the camp staff, Aid to Israel,
getting acquainted with other Vanik Measure
campers and hearing what
Congressman
Donald
the summer camp program Riegle (Dem, 7th Dist.), ex-
will be. Camp T-shirts will be pressed his support for strong
given and there will be re- U.S. economic and political
freshments and camp songs. aid to Israel and for the
Fayle Ellen Himelhoch, Fees can be paid that night. Vanik Amendment, which he
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
co-sponsored as a measure
To the memory of the Man, tying U:S.-S'oviet trade to
Robert Himelhoch will be
first
in
war,
first
in
peace,
called to the Torah as a Bat
Soviet emigration policies.
Mitzva 10 a.m. June 22 at and first in the hearts of his
Riegle's letter to Hy Klein,
countrymen.—Col. Henry Lee chairman of the Jewish Corn-
Cong. Beth Israel.
munity Council's commun-
ity relations committee, said
he regretted that he could
Certain-
not attend the recent Solidar-
ity Day rally for Soviet
To-Please
Jewry. But he affirmed his
•continued support for Soviet
Jewry's right to emigrate.
Of U.S. support to Israel,
he said, "The recent terror-
ist activity in Ma'alot and
A sport suit is the ideal gift for. Dad on his day.
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States and with Israel's pres-
master
charge
BANKAMERICAR
ence in the Middle East.

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Bat Mitzvas

Bar Mitzvas
Confirmations

CAIRO

Softball Schedule

The Flint Jewish Commun-
ity Council softball team
(Temple Beth El-Cong. Beth
Israel) will play Bethlehem
United Methodist Thursday
at Bassett Park, No. 3. On
June 27, the team will play
Trinity United Methodist, at
Armory No. 2.

Michigan's land area is
larger than Greece and near-
ly five times the size of Bel-
gium.

This picture of 4-year-old
Irene Fairmark was enclosed
in a letter to a Flint resident
from Victor and Galina F air-
mark, who have been trying
to leave the Soviet Union for
Israel since Nov. 2, 1971.
The Fairmarks, whose tele-
phone has been disconnected;
by the KGB, sent the letter
to Mimi Goldstein, who has
been working on their behalf.
She said the Fairmarks have
been marked for particular
harassment since they re-
nounced their Soviet citizen-
ship and accepted Israeli citi-
zen ship in absentia. Letters
can be sent to the Fairmarks
as follows: USSR, RSFSR,
Moscow A-319, Chernya-
kocVsky, House 4-A Apt. 30,
Viktor Fairmark. To demand
exit visas for the Fairmarks,
write: USSR, RSFSR, Mos-
cow, the Kremlin, Secretary
General Leonid Brezhnev,
President Nikolai Podgorny,
Premier Aleksei Kosygin.
Also: USSR, RSFSR, Mos-
cow, OVIR, Col. Andrei
Verin.

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