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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-14

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18 November 14, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"Behold, the Guardian of Israel,
Neither Slumbers nor Sleeps."

Flint Area News

(Psalm 121:4)

Freedom Weekend to Focus
on Plight of Soviet Jewry

A Jewish
answer to the
Racists in the U.N.

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council will hold a
Freedom Weekend on Dec.
5-7.
Women's Soviet Jewry
Day will take place Dec. 6.
Barbara Rosk ■ ,, is chairman.
The youth activities com-
mittee, in conjunction with
the community relations
committee, is completing
plans for a Fast for Free-
dom for teenagers, age 12
and up.

Zionism is a Badge of Honor!
Jews wear it with pride
Free mankind salutes it with admiration!

The Fast for Freedom
will begin Dec. 6 and con-

ORT Lunch Due

Flint Chapter, Women's
American ORT will hold a
diet gourmet luncheon noon
Tuesday in the home of
Bette Heidenrich, 3415
Santa Cruz. "The Sport of
Cooking," a cookbook com-
piled by ORT, will be pre-
sented by Shirley Schwartz.
Co-chairmen of the lunch-
eon are Myra White, Ellen
Greidinger and Sydelle Pap-
pas. There is a charge. For
reservations, call Carol Ben-
ison, 233-0906, or Mrs. Hei-
denrich, 239-7302.

;11■••■■

On November 10, 1975, the U.N. Social, Humanitarian and Cul-
tural Committee, led by the Arab-Communist alliance — dictato-
rial and enslaving regimes — adopted a poisonous anti-Semitic
resolution against Zionism, the Jewish people and Israel.

Ambassador Daniel P. Moynihan of the U.S. declared that it "constituted
an attack on the existence of Israel and on Western democracies in
general."
U.S. representative , Leonard Garment, termed this resolution as an
"obscene act."
Who is it who presumes to sit in judgment on Zionism? International
conspirators, oppressors, dictators, terrorists and murderers.
The U.N., constituted to prevent man's inhumanity to man, was turned by
them into a forum for the perpetration of racism, blatant anti-Semitism
and genocide.
For the Jew imprisoned in Soviet concentration camps, in Arab torture
ghettos, in dungeons and in fear — Zionism is the only ray of hope for
liberation.
For the Jew in the Free World—Zionism is a banner of pride,
courage and valor.
Free mankind esteems Zionism as one of the noblest liberation move-
ments of modern history.
Zionism is synonomous with Judaism. An attack on Zionism is an
attack on the Jewish people.
Zionism built and sustains the state of Israel, the only democracy in the
Middle East.
Zionism introduced human dignity and a higher standard of living and
health for all — Moslems, Christians and Jews — equally dwelling in its
midst.
Zionism inspired subjected peoples in Asia and Africa to free them-
selves from Colonialism.

The enemies of the Jewish people seek to make Zionism a yellow
badge of shame.
The Jew wears it as a badge of honor!
The answer must be: "I am proud to be a Zionist."
Identifyyourself as a Zionist! Join the Zionist Organization of America!

r

I COMMUNITY I

CALENDAR

Saturday — Temple Beth
El auction, 8 p.m., temple.
Monday — Temple Beth
El Board of Education
meeting, 8 p.m. temple.
Tuesday — Cong.
,
Beth
Israel Father and Sons
Night, 7:15 p.m., synagogue;
and Bnai Brith board meet-
ing, 8 p.m., home of Saul
Markey, 1200 River Valley.
Thursday — Cong. Beth
Israel Board of Education
meeting, 8 p.m., synagogue.

`Jews Do Not
Pick President
on One Issue'



Dr. Joseph Sternstein

Dr. Theodore Mandell

President, Detroit District

President ZOA

Dr. Lester Zeff

Louis Panush

Chairman, Membership

Chairman, Public Affairs

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA, DETROIT DISTRICT
18451 West 10 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075

Yes! I will join ZOA. En-
closed is my.check for
Life Member
$200
Patron
$ 75
Sustaining Member
$ 50
Regular Member
$ 25
Bring this message to Amer-
ica. Enclosed is my contrib-
ution of $_.

Name

Address

City

Israel's IRS
Seeks Workers

State

Zip

(All contributions are tax-deductible)

J

DALLAS (JTA) — The
head of Reform Judaism's
congregational body re-
minded Presidential candi-
dates that American Jews
do not vote on the basis of
appeals to one issue alone,
and that therefore no aspir-
ant should consider to have
the Jewish vote "in his
pocket" because of strong
stands on Israel, Soviet or
Syrian Jews.
At the 53rd Biennial As-
sembly of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations last Friday, Rabbi
Alexander Schindler as-
serted, "Jews, like other
Americans, are also deeply
concerned about such prob-
lems as the collapse of the
cities, the economic crisis,
crime, civil rights and gov-
ernmental invasion of pri-
vacy and civil liberties."
He noted that on some of
these domestic questions
"Jews divide, although Jew-
ish voters generally tend
toward a liberal voting
stance, stemming from Jew-
ish religious values and
their stress on social jus-
tice."

elude on Dec. 7, with a
rally in which the Fast
participants will light
symbolic candles for So-
viet Jews. Speaking at the
rally will be Dr. William
Korey, director of the Bnai
Brith United Nations Of-
fice, and an authority on
human rights and Soviet
Jewry.

Culminating the Freedom
Weekend will be a discus-
sion session of the leader-
ship development commit-
tee who will probe the
problems of Soviet Jewry.

Home Is Sought
for Deaf Teenager

Kay Melet, chairman of
the Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council Jewish Family
Service Committee, re-
ported there is a 14-year-old
Jewish deaf boy, a student
at Michigan School for the
Deaf, who has been aban-
doned by his family. He
needs a permanent foster
home. His speech is limited,
but he is physically normal.
His IQ is low normal.
Mrs. Melet said that a
Jewish home in the Flint
area is desired for him so
that he can continue at MSD
as a day student. The state
helps to pay for the support
of foster children and medi-
cal care is covered.
Interested persons shoujil
call the Council office,
767-5922.

NEW YORK — Israel's
Dupty Commissioner for
Income and Property Tax,
Naftali Birkinfeld, will be in
New York and on the West
Coast during the month of
November to interview can-
didates for Israel's Internal
Revenue Service.
"As a result of Israel's
new tax structure instituted
last July, "an Israel Aliyah
Center spokesman said,
"there is currently a great
need for qualified individu-
als to work in all facets of
the new tax program."
Candidates intending to
settle in Israel, who have
completed 12 years of
schooling will be considered
for positions if they have a
background or experience in
accounting, bookkeeping,
business administration or
economics.
For information call the
local Israel Aliyah Center,
968-1044.

Israel Corporation
Reports Earnings

NEW YORK — Israel
Development Corp. reports
increased operating income
for the nine-month period
ended Aug. 31. Capital gains
income declined due to the
absence of sales of portfolio
securities.
Operating income on a
comparable basis for the
two nine-month periods
ended Aug. 31, was
$768,408, or 53.8 cents per
share, in 1975, up from
$716,835, or 50.2 cents, in
1974. There was also a capi-
tal gain of $468,405, or 32.8
cents per share.

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Women Set Sale

Cong. Beth Israel Sister-
hood will hold a book and
record sale Sunday through
Tuesday at the Eastland
Mall. To donate books and
records or to volunteer, call
the chairmen, Pauline Bies-
man, 238-9338, or Shirley
Gaynor, 234-1051.

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