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November 22, 1974 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Women's League
Hits PLO Invitation
to United Nations

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KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
(JTA)
Addressing 2,000

delegates attending the five-
day biennial convention of
the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism, Mrs.
Henry N. Rapaport, outgoing
president of the league, said
in her keynote statement that
"in these days of peril for
Israel, in which her very
survival is being tested, I
call upon every friend of
Israel, Jews and Christians,
to grasp the significance of
this moment- and rise to the
challenge" so that Israel's
enemies will not be given a
chance to destroy her.
Terming t h e situation
"most grave," Mrs. Rapa-
port said that "we have in
recent days - been witnesses
to the callousness and hos-
tility of a world which has
apparently forgotten t h e
Holocaust and remains indif-
ferent to the plans of those
who seek to destroy the Jew-
ish state."
Those who voted in the UN
to give "status and respect-
ability, to that murderous
band which calls itself the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation must themselves be
considered as enemies of Is-
rael and the Jewish people,"
she declared.

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ORT Film Gets Silver

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to Life!," Women's American
ORT's documentary on the
life of Russian Jews over the
last century, has been award=
ed a silver plaque at the 1974
Chicago International Film
Festival.
The film, produced and di-
rected by Harold Mayer, re-
ceived the prize as 'a relig-
ious documtntary in addition
to a first prize of the 1974
American Film Festival, a
Cine Golden Eagle Award
and honors at the 1973 Fes-
tival di Populi in Florence.
"L'Hayim—to Life!" played
in New York, Los Angeles,
Cincinnati, Baltimore, Pitts-
burgh and San Francisco.
The film is scheduled for fu-
ture TV showings in Syra-
cuse, Milwaukee, Chicago
and Madison.

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p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Stella Greenfield, 14281
Nadine, Oak Park. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Greenfield,
547-3542, or auxiliary presi-
dent, Mrs.. Charles Haupt-
man, 352-2696."
*
*
,BLOC.H-ROSE AU X I L I-
ARY will meet 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the JWV head-
quarters. Reports will be
given on the tribute dinner
for outgoing commander
Dave Goodstein, the upcom-
ing fund raising event for the
ladies department and the
Battle Creek Hospital service
date. Refreshments and a
social hour follow. For infor-
mation, call Belle Letzer,
president, 557-3372, or the
JWV office, 559-5680.

A man should live if only
to satisfy his curiosity.

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Levine of Gardner Ave., Oak Park,
were honored with a special service _Saturday at Cong.
S'haarey Shomayim on the occasion of their 50th wedding
anniversary. A kidush in their honor followed. The couple
was married 50 years ago in Windsor. They have two sons,
Lou and Hy; and six grandchildren.
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*
Mrs. Joseph Maltzer, first vice president of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, was in New York last
week participating in the •annual meeting of the organiza-
tior.'s board of directors at NFTS' headquarters. She is a
past president of NFTS District 11, the Michigan Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods and past president of Temple Emanu-
El's sisterhood. Also participating were Mrs. Sidney Katz-
man ; member of the board of directors.

*
*
Mr. and Mrs. George Hochberg of Southfield Rd.,
Southfield, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct.
26 at a dinner party held in their honor. Guests included
son and daughter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Hochberg
and grandson, Jan-Erik of Minnesota, and relatives from
California, Florida, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey
and Michigan.
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*
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hallman of Northville recently
celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a trip to
Toronto, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen of
Oak Park. The Hallmans were also guests of honor Sat-
urday at a party given by their friends.
*
*
*
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grodman, former Detroiters of Los
Angeles, Calif., announce the Bar .Mitzva of their son
Stewart Leslie Nov. 30 at Cong. Shaarei Tefila.

Country' Club Nets $302,000 in Bonds

Tam-O-Shanter Golf and year's dinner chairman, was
Country Club, at its second this year's honorary chair-
annual dinner-dance for Is- man.
rael Bonds, raised $302,000 in
Bonds.
The dinner was chaired by
Joseph S. Radom. David Pol-
lack, general chairman of Is-
rael Bonds in Detroit, yead a
telegram from the Israeli
Minister of Finance, Yehosh-
va Rabinowitz, emphasizing
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offset Israel's international
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