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January 24, 1975 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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People-to-People UJA Mission Campaign Chief Lauds Workers
The 1975 United Jewish Ap-
to Visit Israel Military Posts
peal campaign workers heard

Rabbi Gerald Schuster, right, and Louis Epstein, sec-
ond from right, are seen visiting Israeli soldiers at a military
installation, one of the sites visited by the People-to-People
Mission of the Flint United Jewish Appeal. This year's
mission will be held March 3-13, and will include meetings
with leaders of the Jewish Agency and the Israeli govern-
ment, and a reception at the home of President and Mrs.
Ephraim Katzir; meetings with Hebrew University officials
and the mayor of Dimona. For information, call the Flint
Jewish Community Council office, 767-5922, or Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Seide, chairmen, 742-6862.

campaign chairman, Saul
Syde, praise the work of the
Flint UJA cabinet and cam-
paign workers at a recent
workers' training session.
Leading the session were
Malcolm Isaacs and Louis
Epstein. Epstein focussed on
the importance of campaign
workers' goal to emphasize
and promote understanding
if the problems faced by
Jews both in Israel and
throughout the world. '
"If people fully understand
the problems of world Jewry,
representative gifts will fol-
low," he said. Isaacs respond-
ed with, "The Flint level of
understanding and giving is
one of the highest in the
As a part of their training,
the workers listened to tapes
of simulated solicitations.


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Israel General
Due in Flint

Community Calendar

Gen. David Ofer, com- Jan. 25—M e n ' s basketball
Beth Israel Sisterhood will
mander of the Tel Aviv Po-
game, 7 p.m., have a fashion show entitled,
lice Force, will be in Flint
"Fashions for Jewish Living"
Jan. 31 to speak to leaders
26—Tween Bowling, 2:30 12:30 p.m: Feb. 5 at the syn-
of the Flint Jewish commun-
p.m., Town a n d agogue. Guests at this lunch-
ity. He also will address the
eon will be the Temple Beth
Country Lanes.
Flint Rotary Club.
El Sisterhood.
Born in Romania, Gen.
* *
Commission meet-
Ofer immigrated to pre-state
ing, noon, Council
The Welcome Wagon Com-
Israel with his parents in
mittee of the Jewish Com-
1924. He joined the Jewish
—Cong. Beth Israel munity Council will meet 1
Sisterhood boar d p.m. Tuesday at the home of
meeting, 12:30 p.m., Emily Bank, 1224 Rocky
Ridge Trail. The purpose of
—Senior boys' basket- this meeting will be to form-
ball game, 7 p.m., alize a newcomers welcome
'Whittier Junior High . service in Flint. Members of
this new committee are: Em-
—Temple Beth El ily Bank, Rose Elk, Betty
board meeting, 8 Indianer, Harriet Kahn, Judy
p.m., temple.
Kasle, Carol Olds, Miriam
28—Welcome Wagon Schaffer, Rosebeth Schupack,
committee meeting, Gayle Silverman, Florence
1 p.m., home of Em- Tucker and Jennifer Walters.
ily Bank, 1224 Rocky
* * *
Ridge Trail.
The Flint Jewish Commun-
—Advanced Leader-
ship Course, 8 p.m., ity Council Advanced Lead-
ership Course, which began
'Council office.
30—FJCC board of gov- in October, will start its sec-
Brigade in October 1940 and
was a company commander
ernors meeting, 7:30 ond semester 8 p.m. Tues-
p.m., Council office. day at the Council office. The
and major during World War
discussion, led by Prof. Je- -
huda 'Reinharz, will focus on
Gen. Ofer was a battalion
commander in Israel's war Lodge Holds Bingo the Holocaust. The culminat-
for independence and was
Flint Lodge, Bnai Brith, ing program of the course
transferred in 1952 to the Is- will have a bingo night 5-11 will be a weekend retreat on
rael Police Force as corn- p.m. Sundays at the Agree April 11-13 at the Butzel Con-
mander of the Tel Aviv dis- Building, 3549 S. Dort Hwy. ference Center. Profs. Rein-
Sam 'Winston is president. harz and Herbert Paper will
be joined by Dr. Leonard
During the trial of Adolph Non-members are invited.
Eichmann in Israel, Gen.
* *
Ofer was in charge of Eich-
One man wants to live but
mann's security and admin- can't, another man can—but
The evening group of the
istration of the court.
doesn't. want to.
Ann Lebster Chapter of Ha-
dassah will meet 8 p.m. Feb.
4 at the home of Marla Stone,
1945 Laurel Oak 'Dr. Mrs.
Kerrigan of a local florist
The Women's Division of bassy.
the Flint United Jewish Ap-
This session is designed to shop will • speak on "Tips on
peal will sponsor a workshop heighten awareness of Is- Terrariums and House-
in understanding 10 a.m. rael's current problems, plants." Anyone interested in
Thursday at Cong. Beth Is- needs, and political, econom- becoming part of this group
rael. Bagel breakfast and ic, and humanitarian direc- is welcome. For information,
call Donna Koenig, 743-3173,
petite luncheon will be serv- tions for 1975.
Sponsored by the Flint or Harriet Kahn, membership
Natalie Pelavin, chairman United Jewish Appeal, this vice president, 238-2944.
of the seminar, announces program will initiate the 1975
that the guest speaker will be women's campaign under the
Chaim Even-Zohar, economic chairmanship of Esta Mit- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
counsel for the Israel Em- chell and Phoebe Stanbler.
12—Friday, January 24, 1975

Flint -UJA Women Plan Workshop

: i 3- ,


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