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October 24, 1975 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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People
Make News

Henry N. Rapaport of
Scarsdale, N.Y., has been
named chairman of the Na-
tional Enrollment Plan, the
organization which links the
800 conservative congrega-
tions in the United States
and Canada with The Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America.

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Local Israel Critic Charges His View

After viewing Israel, his
home for the past four
years, with a critical eye,
Dr. Robert Rockaway, has
decided to stop complaining
and make an effort to creator
change.
Dr. Rockaway, senior lec-
turer in the department of
Jewish history at Tel Aviv
University, who is on sab-
batical here, said that since
the Yom Kippur War, Israe-
lis could no longer be pas-
sive about that country's
internal problems, nor could
they afford the luxury of
merely complaining.
"We have to work to
create change, and these
changes must come from
within."
He also said that when
Diaspora Jewry is ap-
proached by Israel for as-
sistance, Diaspora Jewry
should have a voice in the
handling of that assistance.
He added that in the case of

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 October 24, 1975

American aliya, American
Jews should handle the
whole process "including
the organizing, funding and
follow-through in Israel."

Mizrachi Unit
to Hear Rabbi

RABBI SMITH

Religious Zionists of De-
troit, Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi, will meet 8
p.m. Sunday, at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods.
Rabbi Harold P. Smith,
acting president of the He-
brew Theological College,
will speak on "Religion and
State — Is There Still a
Need for Religious Zion-
ism?"
Rabbi Smith is national
co-chairman of the legisla-
tive committee of Rabbini-
cal Council of America.
Rabbi Smith served for 20
years as spiritual leader of
Cong. Agudath Achim of
South Shore. Prior to that,
he served as Midwest direc-
tor–of Zionists of America.

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Youth News

Bnai Moshe Senior USY
to Sponsor Skating Party

Cong. Bnai Moshe's senior meeting for youth partici-
United Synagogue Youth pating in the Toronto
group will go rollerskating weekend 8 p.m. Sunday in
Saturday at Ambassador the home of adviser,
Roller Rink, meeting 7:30 Sharon Landau, 24231
p.m. at the synagogue. Gardner, Oak Park. For
There is a charge. For reser- information, call Miss
vations, call Sue Acker, Landau, 545-6951.
Talit and Tefilin club
968-0037.
Giborim USY (grades 3 meets 8:30 a.m. Sundays for
and 4) will have an election -services, breakfast and
preceding a rollerskating bowling. New officers are
party Sunday, meeting 1:30 Steve Demak, president;
p.m. at the synagogue. For Larry Lester, vice president;
reservations and informa- Joel Klein, treasurer; and
tion, call Marla Magy, Michael Rosenfeld, ser-
548-9055.
geant-at-arms. Stuart Sni-
Chalutzim USY (grades 5 der is adviser and Marc
and 6) will have an oneg Ankerman is assistant ad-
Shabat 8 p.m. today in the viser. Boys and girls' age 13
home of Rabbi ,and Mrs. are invited. For informa-
Stanley Rosenbaum, 14661 tion,Call Steve, 968-0474, or
Balfour, Oak Park. There Marc, 546-5797. For infor-
will be singing, games and mation on Talit and Tefilin
refreshments. For reserva- activities, call Stuart at the
tions, call Steve Kideckel, youth lounge, 548-3123.
For information on youn-
adviser, 968-1765.
Kadimah USY (grades 7 ger youth activities, call
and 8) will have a general youth coordinator, Hartley
Harris, 968-3563, or the
Essay Contest
youth lounge, 548-3123.

on Holocaust

The Congress of Ameri-
can Jews from Poland in-
vites students to enter its
third essay contest- on the
topic, "What Do We Learn
From the Reaction of the
Free World to the Holocaust
During and After the Nazi
Era."
High school and college
students are eligible. En-
tries must be typed, double-
spaced, and may contain no
less than 4,000 words and no
more than 7,000 words not
including footnotes and bib-
liography.
Manuscripts shall not be
signed but marked by a code
to also be marked on the
sealed envelope attached to
the submitted manuscript.
The envelope shall contain
the name and address of the
entrant, a short biography
and name of the student's
school.
Deadline is June 1, 1976,
and prizewinners will be
announced Oct. 1, 1976.
Manuscripts may be
mailed to Benjamin Grey,
Chairman, Contest Com-
mission, Congress of Ameri-
can Jews from Poland, 6534
Moore Dr., Los Angeles,
Calif., 90048.

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Bnai Brith Girls, will have a
garage sale 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday in the Max Wollner
home, 6061 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield. Items
on sale include clothes, rec-
ords, blue jeans and pots
and pans. There will be a
bake sale and free coffee.
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SABRA CHAPTER,

Bnai Brith Girls, raised
$302 in a march for ALSAC,
Aid to Leukemia Striken
Adults and Children.

Youth Group Plans
Shabat Meeting

Chalutzim Group, Young
Israel Teens, grades 3-5, will
have a meeting 3:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Jonathon Frances, 14101
Sherwood, Oak Park.
The group will attend a
performance of "All of a
Kind Family" 10 a.m. Nov. 9
at the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center. There is a nom-
inal charge. For reserva-
tions, call Sue Rothenberg,
adviser, 968-1334.

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