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September 13, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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Ben-Gurion Biographer Avi-hai Speaks for Bonds Here Sept. 23

Scholar, author, lecturer, is a visiting professor of his-
Dr. Avraham Avi.thai, dean tory at the University of
and vice provost of the Rochester.
school for overseas students
Dr. Avi-hai, who came to
at Hebrew University, will Israel from. Canada in 1952,
speak at the combined Young was formerly public affairs
Israel's-Israel –Bond cocktail secretary to Prime Minister
reception 8:30 p.m. Sept. 23 Levi Eshkol and director of
in the penthouse of North the overseas division of the
Park Towers. prime minister's office under
Dr. Avi-hai joined the He- Teddy Kollek. He has served
brew University after years as assistant director of the
of service in the office of Israel Bond office in Jeru-
the prime minister of Israel. salem. He was a member of
His book, "Ben-Gurion: the official entourage of
Statebuilder," now being Prime Minister Eshkol when
( published, is based on years he visited the U.S. at the
of research and is to be fol- invitation of President John-
lowed by two more studies son in June 1964.
relating to modern Israel.
In the field of journalism,
Now on sabbatical leave, he Dr. Avi-hai has been the Is-

Northwest Detroit Israel Synagogue

1 7376 Wyoming

Will be having

High Holiday Services
• & Daily Minyans 6:45 a.m. & 7 p.m.

Thanks to the generosity of

rael correspondent of the
Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
and has been a reporter for
the Jerusalem Post.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zionist Revisionist of Detroit

Presents a Community Wide

JABOTINSKY EVENING

Born in Canada, he studied
political science, economics
and history at the 'University
of Toronto. He later contin-
ued his studies at the Yeshiva
University in New York and
the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. He completed a
period of graduate studies at
Columbia University, where
he was awarded the PhD de-
gree, and the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. At that
time he was charged with a
number of special duties, in- DR. AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
cluding the organizational co- conference of heads of Jew-
ordination in the United ish organizations.
States for the prime min- • Dr. Avi-hai is a member of
ister's Jerusalem Economic the board of directors of the
Conference in April 1968. He Jerusalem Post and honorary
was coordinator of the 1969 secretary of the Yaacov Her-
Jerusalem. Economic Confer- zog Memorial Publications
ence and prime minister's Committee.

In memory of the great Jewish leader of our time

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER

24061 Coolidge, Oak Park

Sat., Sept. 21 — 9 p.m.

Guest Speaker: HERBERT GILNER

Vice chairman of the national executive
Will speak about the

"The New Middle East Situation"

Israeli Movies Shown

Cahtor Hyman Adler and Eric Rosenow

Will bring you a fine Israeli program

Food and Drinks Served at Your Table

Everyone invited. Donation $2.50

Wishing You All A Happy and
Prosperous New Year

Call Steve Goldin 968-5575 or Simon Cieck TR 3-5757

Tel Aviv Mayor Due to Speak
at Bond Dinner for Ira Kaufman

LET DAVID WACHLER AND
SONS REDESIGN YOUR
WORN-OUT OR OUTMODED
JEWELRY.,MANY BEAUTIFUL
CONTEMPORARY AND
TRADITIONAL DESIGNS
ON DISPLAY.

Maj. Gen. Shlomo Lahat,
mayor of Tel Aviv, will be
the guest speaker at the
For Information Contact
fourthcoming Metropolitan
Detroit Federation of Reform
H. STROM LU 4-8008 or 341-7377
Synagogues Dinner 6 p.m.
Oct. 20 at the Raleigh House.
Ira Kaufman, honoree, will
be the recipient of the Is-
rael Prime Minister's Medal.
Mayor Lahat, who holds
the rank of major general in
Israel's army reserves, was
elected Tel Aviv's seventh
The Finest in Kosher Catering Under supervision of
mayor after a long career in
of the council of orthodox rabbis.
Israel's defense forces.
is offering for
Formerly head of Israel's
military manpower branch,
The High Holidays
SHLOMO LAHAT
he commanded an armored
brigade which was the first staff of Israel's
A Fine Homemdae Carry-out or Tray Service
central com-
to reach the Suez Canal in m and.
All Foods are Homemade
the Six-Day War of 1967. He
Prior to the Six-Day War,
was subsequently made com-
Baked Goods such as delicious Hungarian
manding officer of the ar- he was deputy commander
of the armored corps, ar-
mored forces in Sinai,
Pastries and cakes are available.
After the liberation of Old mored brigade commander
Freshly baked, to order call
Jerusalem in the 1967 con- chief of the training depart-
flict,
Lahat was named mili- ment of the general staff and
626-0404
559-6928
tary governor of the city, second in command of the
548-7118
serving in that capacity un- Golani Brigade.
Born in Berlin, in 1927,
til he was appointed chief of
Lahat emigrated to Palestine
with his parents in 1933 and
settled in Rehovot. As a
youth he served in Hagana,
the Jewish defense forces es-
tablished during the British
is pleased to announce that memberships
Mandate.
are now available for the year 5735
He studied law at the Heb-
Join a Congregation — dedicated to serving the needs of
rew University in Jerusalem,
while at the same time serv-
modern Jewry while maintaining roots in
ing in the Israel Defense
traditional Conservatism.
Forces. In 1955, he was ap-
Join a membership family — to know the warmth of
pointed operations officer of
the northern command, and
involvement in the Religious, Educational and
a year later studied for a
Social Experiences of today's Jewry.
time at the U.S. command
Join a stimulating and contemporary, forward-looking
and General Staff College at
Leavenworth, Kansas, from
Congregation that offers young dynamic Religious Leadership
which he was graduated.
• Sisterhood
• Award-winning USY Group
• Adult Study Groups
Later
he taught at Israel's
• Senior Sisterhood
• Tallit 8 Tefillin Club
• Adult Choir
Command and General Staff
• Men's Club
College.
• Bat Mitzvah Belles
• Innovative Synagogue

NORMAN ALLAN

WINNERS OF THE MOST COVETED
HONORS IN JEWELRY DESIGN
THE DIAMONDS INTERNATIONAL
AWARD AND FIRST PRIZE IN THE
AMERICAN DIAMOND JEWELRY
COMPETIl ION
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Kosher Catering Inc.

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For further information about the various membership plans,
Please call the Membership Chairman,
Mr. Murray A. Rubin, 557-8763, or the Synagogue Office, 547-7970
RABBI DAVID A. NELSON
CANTOR SAMUEL L. GREENBAUM
MR. CYRIL SERVETTER, Director of Education

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Extend Their Best Wishes
For A Happy and Prosperous
New Year To All Their Members,
Synagogues, Organizations
and Greater Detroit Jewry.

Singing Star Visits
Israel, Wailing Wall

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Josephine Baker, the veteran
singing star now visiting Is-
rael, said her visit to the
Western Wall, "gives me a
great feeling of peace and
happiness" and that it had
been one of her most import-
ant goals in her visit.
Another had been to visit
former Premier Golda Meir,
whom she described as "the
greatest woman of the cen-
tury." She first came to Is-
rael during World War II.

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• Young people's mem-
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• Youth Choir
• Young couples club
• Wide variety of adult
• Senior citizens membership plan
educational programs

Friday, Sept. 13, 1974-33





Hyman Lipsitz, President
Joseph M. Korman and
Leo B. Furst, Vice-Presidents
Morris Dorn, Treasurer
Nathan P. Rossen, Executive Secretary
Meyer I. Cooper, Trustee
Harry Laker, Trustee
Louis P. Topor, Trustee
Sam Levine, Cemetery Chairman
Harry E. Citrin, Honorary President
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, Executive Director
Rabbi Henry L. Goldschlag,
Cemetery Administrator
Nathan Wolok, Assistant Director

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