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October 01, 1976 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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Scranton Quashes Report
He Seeks Kissinger Post

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NEW YORK — U.S.
representative to the
United Nations William
Scranton has denied a
Newsweek magazine re-
port that he would be-
come the new U.S. Secre-
tary of State if President
Gerald Ford is re-elected.
The former Pennsyl-
vania governor said
Henry Kissinger has been
"one of the most brilliant
and effective - secretaries
of state in U.S. history
and he hoped that Kis-
singer would stay in the
post.
As for the Newsweek
report, which quoted
"close friends" that Scran-
ton wanted to replace Kis-
singer, Scranton said he
was not interested in the

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October 5, 6, 7

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Last Day to 6:00 PM
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Best Wishes For A Year
of Peace, Health and Happiness
To All Our Relatives, Friends
and the Entire JeAlish Community

MR. and MRS. MORRIS DORN
and FAMILY

The.. Officers
and Directors

of the

MOTES CHETIM
ORGANIZATION
OF DETROIT

wish to extend their best wishes for a happy and pros-
perous New Year to all Synagogues, Organizations
and all of the Detroit and Suburban Jewry for helping
to carry out the Mitzva of Moies Chetim so no Jewish
family or individuals in our midst shall be denied the
necessities for Pesach.

MORRIS DORN,
MORREY GOULD,
ABE KATZMAN,
ABE SATOVSKY,
MRS. SAMUEL LEVE,
MRS. JOSEPH M. MARKEL,
BEN WEISMAN,

President

Vice-Pres.

Vice-Pres.—Trea.

Vice-Pres.

Fin. Sec'y.

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YOUNG ISRAEL

OF SOUTHFIELD

YOUNG ISRAEL COUNCIL

WILLIAM SCRANTON

post "ever."
"Whoever those close
friends axe, - Scranton
said, "they are no friends
of mine. -

Canadian Zionist Federation
Outlines Campaign Activities

TORONTO (JTA) — A
full-scale campaign for
membership in the
Zionist movement, the es-
tablishment of boarding



Friday, October 1, 1976 23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

schools for Jewish chil-
dren from remote areas in
larger Jewish centers and
active training on a
larger scale than before
for Canadian Jewish
teachers in Israel, were
among the principal re-
solutions adopted by the
National Executive of the
Canadian Zionist Federa-
tion.
Dr. Leon Kronish,
executive vice president
of the CZF, explained
that wearing an am a
Zionist" button is not
enough unless it is com-
bined with active mem-
bership in one of the
Zionist organizations.
Zionism, he said, means
full adherence to the
Jerusalem Program,
membership in a Zionist
organization and the
learning of Hebrew.
Dr. Sidney Wax of To-
ronto, chairman of the
_commission on education
•of the CZF, reported on
the necessity of estab-
lishment of boarding
schools for Jewish chil-
dren from remote areas "if
we wish that these chil-
dren should not be lost to
Judaism and Zionist val-
ues." There are no such
schools now in Canada.
• In addition, the com-
mission on education re-
. commended that Jewish
students be sent to Israel
for a one-year attendance
at Israeli universities.
Moshe Cohen, chairman
of the youth and hehalutz
commission of the CZF,
enlarging
proposed
Zionist activities on
Canadian campuses and
of student Zionist organi-
zation publications.

Red Percentage

HELSINKI (ZINS) —
According to official
Soviet sources, 13 percent
of the Jewish population
of the USSR are full-
fledged members of the
Communist Party. If this
is true it means that
Soviet Jewiry has the
highest percentage of
party affiliation.
Ranked second in Com-
munist Party affiliation
are the Georgians with a
little under eight percent.
In third place are the
Russians at seven per-
cent.

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

cordially invites their friends and members

to participate in the

Ground Breaking Ceremonies

of the new

SYNAGOGUE & YOUTH CENTER BUILDING

on

Sunday, October 24, 1976

Rosh Chodesh Mar ateshvan 5737

at 27705 Lahser Road

(near 11 1/2 Mile Rd.)

The brief ceremony will begin promptly at

2:00 P.M.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD

Young Israel Council

Abraham Selesny, President

Harry L. Blitz, President

Bernard Dach, Chairman
Building Committee

Sam Novetsky, Chairman
Patrons Committee

Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal,
Chairman
Finance Committee

Max Stollman, Chairman
City-wide Solicitation

Samuel H. Prero, Senior Rabbi

Ronald Berman, Mrs. A. Selesny, Co-Chairmen

Dedication Committee

Light refreshments will follow the ceremony

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