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October 25, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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Temple Women Name President

Mrs. Robert N. Canvasser
was elected president of Dis-
trict 11, National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods at a
recent biennial convention at
Temple Beth El.
Elected with her were Mes-
dames S i d n e y Katzman,
resident-elect of T e m pl e_
Emanu-El; Stuart Goldfarb
of Beth Israel, Jackson,
James Baer, Temple Beth
El, South Bend, Ind., and
David Booth of Temple Beth
El, Windsor, vice presidents;
Louis Peven of Temple Em-
.anu-E1 and Herbert Saper-
stein of Temple Beth El,
secretaries; and Harold Co-. MRS. ROBERT CANVASSER
( hen of Temple Emanuel,
Mrs. Canvasser is on the
Rapids, treasurer.
board of trustees of Temple
Beth El, vice president of the
OUR WEDDING
Metropolitan Federation of
BAR MITZVA
Reform Synagogues, nation-
al board member of the
NFTS and past president of
Temple Beth El Sisterhood.
WILL BE
Make sure to be in with
your equals if you're going
to fall out with your su-
periors.
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

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Among the sponsors are:
Former Supreme Court
Justice Arthur J. Groldberg Harold Beznos, Max Biber,
will be guest speaker at the A. Howard Bloch, Jack J.
Yeshivath B e t h Yehuda's Carmen, Ernest L. Citron,
60th anniversary dinner Nov. Irwin I. Cohn, Reubin Du-
'brinsky, Dr. Arnold Eisen-
17 at Cobo
Justice Goldberg, perma- man, Kenneth Fischer, Sid-
nent U.S. representative to ney Fischer, Nathan I. Gol-
the UN, was secretary of la- din, Ruben Grevhin, Samuel
bor under 'President Lyndon Hechtman, David B. Holtz-
B. Johnson. He is the author man, Arnold' Joseff, Mrs.
of "The Defenses of Freedom: Morris Karbal, Daniel A.
the Public Papers of Arthur Laven, Joseph Nusbaum, Irv-
J. Goldberg," and "Equal ing I. Palman, Julius Roten-
Justice: the Warren Era of berg, Alex Saltsman, I. Wil-
liam Sherr, Max Stollman
the Supreme Court."
Irwin I. Cohn is general and Phillip Stollman.
Graduates of the Beth --Ye-
chairman- of the event and
I. William Sher is dinner hudah schools serve the Jew-
ish community in many ca-
chairman.

Black Sect Still Recruiting
for Land .of Milk and Honey

A black Detroit Police re-
cruit is searching for his
estranged wife and son who
are reported on their way to
Israel to join a black sect.
A report of James 0. Wil-
liams' search has revived
interest in the sect, which
has not b,een accepted by the
Israeli government under the
law of return because mem-
bers fail to meet the law's
conditions.
Arieh Shapira, director of
the Israel Aliya Center in
Southfield, said he hoped any
new converts to the sect were
warned of what to expect in
the desert towns where they
live in Israel.
The climate and conditions
are not good, he said, if the
immigrant lacks funds and
food, and must sleep in a
crowded apartment with
other followers of the sect.
"Israel is trying to dis-
courage these illegal immi-
grants," he said, • because
they conflict with other im-
migrants and refuse conver-
sion under accepted proce-
dures of Israel's law of re-
turn.
"Let me emphasize this

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Friday, October 25, 1974-35

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isn't a matter of race, but
of religious and ideological
differences," he added: Is-
rael has a large percentage
of dark-complected Oriental
Jews from many parts of the
world.
The sect, called the Orig-
inal Hebrew Israelite Na-
tion, entered Israel in 1969
after failing in an attempt
to form a colony in Liberia,
Africa.
Their arrival and refusal
to leave or make an accepted
conversion caught the Israeli
government by surprise. But
of the 1,000 in the sect who
settled in the Negev Desert
towns of Arad and Dimona,
there - are now less than 200
because of internal discord
and government refusal to
extend visas.
Shapira said that they are
not entitled to any govern-
ment services because of
their lack of citizenship, in-
cluding schools, housing,
health services and welfare.

Sutton - Ravines Chapter,
Women's American ORT,
will hold its third annual
holiday bazaar 10 a.m.-9,p.m.
Nov. 7 at Sutton Place Apts.
club house.
Booths will include oriental
imports, jewelry, handicrafts,
toys and tropical plants. Re-
freshments will be 'available.
Mrs. Ellis Goldberg, chair-
man, and Mrs. Max Schultz,
president, invite guests.

ARTHUR GOLDBERG

Women to Hold
Donor Lunch

David-HOrodoker Women'
Organization will hold its
37th annual donor luncheon
noon Nov. 12 at Cong. Beth
Achim. Mrs. Bernard Chase
will be chairman of the day,'
announces Mrs. Alex Dorch-
en, president. -
Proceeds w i 1 1 aid the
needy locally and projects in
Israel. For tickets, call Mrs.
Harry Schechter, 557-6674.

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Temple Israel of Bay City.
The bride is the daughter of
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