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September 03, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-03

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Friday September 3, 1976 13

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint Area News

Theodore Mann to Address
Flint Jewish Council Event

Theodore R. Mann,
newly elected chairman
of the National Jewish
Community Relations
Advisory Council, will
address the annual din-
ner of the Flint Jewish
'?, ommunity Council 6:30
P.m.. Sept. 12. at Cong.
Beth Israel.

I

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Tuesday — Bnai Brith
meeting, 8 p.m., Howard
Johnson's East on Center
Rd.
Wednesday — ORT
membership luncheon, 11
a.m., home of Jennifer
Walter, 1478 Kennebec;
and FJCC Jewish Family
Service' committee meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m., Council of-
fice.
Thursday — ORT board
meeting, 1 p.m., home of
Rhea Cohen, 2056 Walden
Court; JWVA meeting, 8
p.m., home of Stella
Koenig, 3640 Rue Foret;
and Cong. Beth Israel
Board of Education meet-
ing, 8:15 p.m., in the
synagogue library.

Israeli Miss to Wed
Leonard Fink of Flint

Leonard Fink and
Aviva Green will be mar-
ried Monday at the Dias-
pora Yeshiva on Mt. Zion
in Jerusalem.
The bride is the daugh-
ter of Rabbi and Mrs.
Jacob Green of
Jerusalem, formerly of
Baltimore and Philadel-
phia. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. James Fink of Flint.
Rabbi Mordecai Golds-
tein of the yeshiva and
the bride's father will co-
officiate.

Italian Night Slated

Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary will host an Ita-
lian Night 8 p.m. Sept. 11
at Italian Gardens. A
barber shop quartet will
entertain. For reserva-
tions by Tuesday call
Rachelle Kasle, 232-0697;
Carman Ra,chwal, 732-
8732; or Myrna Duford,
743-2612. There is an ad-
mission charge. The
ommunity is invited.

Mann
attended
Yeshiva and Mesifta
Torah Vodath in New
York City, earned his un-
dergraduate degree at
Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity and was
graduated from Temple
University's school of
law.
He was vice chairman
of NJCRAC and chairman
of that body's Israel Task
Force.
He is a national vice
president of American
Jewish Congress, and was
president of the Greater
Philadelphia Council of
American Jewish Con-
gress.
For reservations for
the annual dinner, call
Zena Moss, 235-3780, or
the Council office, 767-
5922. Betty Indianer is
chairman.

Flint
Obituaries

New Dayan Autobiography Tells of Meetings

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Former Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan reveals in
his new autobiography
that in 1968 he tried to ar-
range a meeting with
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization chief Yasir
Arafat and Egyptian
President Gamal Nasser,
but failed.
Dayan relates that he
made an attempt to ar-
range a meeting between

Jewish Education
Parley at Brown

PROVIDENCE, R.I.
(JTA) — More than 300
Jewish educators and
students areparticipat-
ing in a five-day confer-
ence on Alternatives in
Jewish Education which
opened at Brown Univer-
sity under the sponsor-
ship of the North Ameri-
can Jewish Students
Network.
A spokesman for the
sponsoring organization
said the conference in-
tended to write a man-
ifesto on Jewish educat-
ion and conduct an
analysis and critique of
the establishment's role
in Jewish education.

himself and Nasser, to
find out if the Egyptian
President was ready to
make an agreement with
Israel.
In 1968, in his efforts to
meet with Arafat, Dayan
was prepared to release
from prison a Palestinian
terrorist and send him as
an emissary to Arafat in
order to arrange the
meeting.

In other revelations,
Dayan states that the late
David Elazar, who com-
manded the army during
the Yom Kippur War, was
not his candidate for Chief
of Staff, but Dayan ac-
cepted Premier Golda
Meir's decision to appoint
Elazar.
During the past few
days Dayan seenis to
have embarked on a
"comeback - course. After
a long period of silence he
gave a stream of inter-

Flint People
Make News

Mark Weston shot a
one-under-par total of 143
for 36 holes to capture the
championship flight hon-
ors in the Atlas Valley
Country Club tourna-
ment.

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City of Hebron
Honors Palestinians

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The
Hebron municipality has
renamed one of the
town's quarters Tel Zaa-
ter, after the Palestinian
refugee camp in Lebanon
captured by Christians.

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Women Will Meet

Keren Or Group,
Hadassah, will meet 8
p.m. Tuesday in the home
of Susan Wisnudel, 1348
Chissom Trail. The meet-
ing will feature a speaker
from the Rape Crisis
Center.

Our applicants
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NY Senate Candidate Asks
Continued Support for Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Abraham Hirschfeld, a
former Israeli and for the
past 25 years a New York
businessman, who is now
seeking the Democratic
Party nomination for the
U.S. Senate, called on the
U.S. government to fulfill
its obligation to furnish
Israel with military and
economic aid so that the
Jewish state can defend
itself and preserve its
existence and identity.
In a position paper ti-
tled, "Israel — America's
Ally in the Middle East,"
he said that for the past

views to the local and
foreign press during the
course of which he pre-
sented a number of criti-
cisms of Israel's foreign
policy.
The "comeback - also
appears to have been
timed for the momentary
appearance of a new
daily, "Hayom Haze"
(This Day) of which
Dayan is chief editor.

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Anna Himeloch

Anna Himelhoch, a
member of Flint Jewish
communal organizations,
died Aug. 24 at age 77.
Born in Latvia, Mrs.
Himelhoch lived 50 years
in Flint. She was a
member of Cong. Beth Is-
rael and its sisterhood.
She also was a member of
Hadassah.
She is survived by a
son, Ted; a daughter, Mrs.
Leon Backhaut of Swartz
Creek; a sister, Mrs.
Fanny Rosenberg of Mil-
waukee, Wis.; and five
grandchildren.

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three years, the U.S. "has
sold more than $12 billion
in military arms to the
Persian Gulf states. Only
$5 billion went to Israel."
Israel, he added, "is im-
portant not only to Jews
but to America and demo-
cratic nations through-
out the world."
Hirschfeld, noting that
Israel's rescue of more
than 100 hostages at En-
tebbe Airport was a lesson
and a moral victory for the
entire free world, also
urged that strong action
must be taken to combat
terrorism and hijackings.

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