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July 18, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint Area News

Flint Agencies Help Viets
But Can Grant No Money

At the June 11 meeting of
the FJCC Board of Gover-
nors, the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council was author-
ized to aid in the
resettlement of Vietnamese
refugees in the Flint area

Sports Beat

FLINT — Bnai Brith will
hold its annual golf stag at
the Grand Blanc Golf Club
Aug. 20. The event will in-
clude golf, dinner and enter-
tainment.
On June 19, the FJCC
men's baseball team played
against Swartz Creek Naza-
rene. With the hitting of
Marty Rittman and Ross
Grafstein, and the excellent
pitching, of Chuck Silverman
and Barry Wax, the FJCC
Men won 23 to 10.
The FJCC Men were
heaten 7 to 5 by South Flint
Seventh Day Advent on
June 26. Excellent hitting
by Barry Wax and infield-
ing by Jeff Kaplan and Ron
Weisberger couldn't save
the game.
All baseball games are
played on Thursday eve-
nings at 6 p.m. This Thurs-
day's game will be at the
East Blvd. Armory.

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with other Flint agencies,
but with no financial aid.
On June 20, a group of
agency representatives net
at the FJCC office to investi-
gate the possibility of form-
ing a consortium of agencies
to sponsor Vietnamese refu-
gees in Flint.
Although the members
accepted the moral obliga-
tion and responsibility to
assist the Vietnamese ref-
ugees, it was the consen-
sus of the group that, due
to the employment. crisis in
Flint, it would not be ad-
visable to sponsor any at
this time. If individuals
come to agencies for help,
the agencies, will, of
course, provide services.
The agencies represented
at this meeting were: Amer-
ican Red Cross, Catholic
Social Services; Rep. Donald
Riegle's office, Flint Com-
munity Schools, Gennesee
County Social Services, In-
terfaith Metropolitan Area
Planning Council, Interna-
tional Institute, Jewish
Community Council, Salem
Lutheran Church, Salvation
Army, UAW, U.S. Immi-
gration Department and
United Way.

Comings

I

...

and Goings

...

Dr. Bertram H. Marx, a
Flint general practitioner,
has moved up to presidency
of the Genesee County Os-
teopathic Association.
Mark A. Goldstein has
been appointed assistant
director of admissions at
the University of Michigan-
Flint.

MEXICO CITY, (JTA) —
A Foreign Ministry official
said that President Luis
Echeverria was prepared to
undertake a mediating role
in the Arab-Israeli dispute
on his forthcoming visit to

U.S. Press Parley
Planned in Israel

the Middle East if both sides
requested his intervention.
Echeverria will visit 14
countries, including Israel
and the Arab states.
The Central Jewish Com-
mittee of Mexico sent the
president a message wish-
ing him success on his jour-
ney.

The report was regarded
NEW YORK — For the as especially significant in
first time, the American view of the resolution
Zionist Federation, the adopted by the Interna-
American Jewish Public tional Women's Confer-
Relations Society and the ence here a week ago
American Jewish Press As- equating Zionism with co-
sociation will combine ef- lonialism and calling for
forts in a working-press and its elimination.
educational seminar in Is-
The Mexican delegation
rael this year.
supported the resolution
Included in the 10-day which encompassed a wide
program will be informa- range of other items in-
tion briefing sessions led by sluding global economic
top Israeli government offi- reform.
cials as well as talks by
Echeverria will be in
other experts in the fields of Israel Aug. 7-10 after visit-
Israeli politics, security, ec- ing Egypt and Saudi Ara-
onomics and sociology.
bia.

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,Jewish Contracts

The term "tenaim" tech-
nically means "conditions."
November Israel
The general reference is to
some form of contract
`Koach' Planned
where conditions are set
One thousand young lead- forth forming the obliga-
ers are going to Israel Nov. 6 tions of two parties.
through 16 on "Koach: A
What is popularly re-
Mission of Strength."
ferred to as "tenaim" are
A - 10-day schedule of ex- the conditions which are
ploration, dialogue and spe- agreed upon in planning a
cial community projects forthcoming wedding. The
have been scheduled. • signing of such a contract of
Participating from Flint conditions is something like
will he Brian and Sharon a formal engagement.
Beck, Bruce and Nadine
The "tenaim" contract
Foote, Erwin and Jackie usually carries a penalty
Gutowitz, Jerry and Sherri clause in the event the con-
Kasle, and Michael and Kay ditions are not met. This
Melet.
contract is so binding and
For information about the release from it so diffi-
the trip, call the Flint Coun- cult that rabbis advise a di-
cil office, 767-5922.
vorce after the wedding in-
stead of a breach of this
contract by not having the
Council Weekend
wedding take place.

Officers of the Flint Jew-
ish Community Council will
meet this weekend at Saw-.
mill Creek Lodge, Ohio.
They will examine priorities
for the FJCC and make
plans for 1975-76. Isaac
Touhin, executive director of
the American Association
for Jewish Education, will
meet with the officers.

Mexican President Set to Act
as Israel-Arab M.E. Mediator

Friday, July 18, 1975 17

The
Hebrew
term
"Piyyut" is related to the
Greek term "Poet" and is
the generic term used to
designate many Hebrew
poems or poetry which were
composed for use in the syn-
agogue since the early cen-
turies of the Common Era.
These poems were com-
posed by rabbis, cantors and
scholars throughout many
centuries and were added to
the prayerbook especially
for use during festivals and
fast days when there was
more time, or more need for
extra prayers beside the
original standard prayers
which, to this day, form the
core of our liturgy.

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