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December 23, 1977 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 23, 1977 47

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Prime Minister Menahem Begin by
assuring strong leadership for
the World Zionist Organization
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Detroit's Rabbi Gordon Named
Incredible!
to Israel Bonds Rabbinic Position Great coffee

Rabbi James I. Gordon,
spiritual leader of Young
Israel Center of OakWoods,
has accepted the post of
Midwest co-chairman of the
National Rabbinic Cabinet
of State of Israel Bonds, it
was announced by National
Chairman Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish.

Returning to Detroit after
attending the recent annual
meeting of the Cabinet at
the national headquarters in
New York City, Rabbi Gor-
don reported that plans to
expand economic aid to Is-
rael in_1978, the year of the
30th anniversary of Israel's
independence, were mapped
by the more than 35 rabbin-
ic cabinet members who
will participate in this
year's effort for Israel's
economic development pro-
gram.

Cabinet members are

from all sections of the
United States and Canada,
and represent the Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform
branches of Judaism. Rabbi
Gordon's colleagues in the
midwest are Rabbi Herman
E. Schaalman of Emanuel
Congregation, Chicago,
chairman; Rabbi Fishel J.
Goldfeder of K.K. Adath Is-
rael Congregation, Cincin-
nati, co-chairman; and Rab-
bi Shubert Spero of Young
Israel of Cleveland, co-
chairman.
Rabbi Gordon is a former
national vice president and
New York State region pres-
ident of the Rabbinic Coun-
cil of America; former na-
tional president of the
American Association Cor-
rectional Chaplains; a past
member of the Rabbinic Ad-
visory Council—UJA;
founder and immediate past
chairman of the education

committee of Akiva Hebrew
Day School and past chair-
man of the Synagogue and
School Section of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Rabbi Gordon is the im-
mediate past president of
the Religious Zionists of De-
troit (Mizrachi) and former
editor of the Rabbinic Coun-
cil's sermon manual. He is
vice president of the Vaad
Harabonim of Metropolitan
Detroit; a member of the
Culture and Education Divi-
sion of Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, and an executive
member of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. He is also a
contributor to many jour-
nals on Jewish thought.
At the meeting plans were
outlined for celebrations of
Israel's 30th anniversary
and its application to con-
gregations, the reorganiza-
tion of the regions of the
rabbinic cabinet and the re-
sponsibilities for officers
and co-chairmen.

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Moadon Ivri—the Jewish
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p.m. Sunday in the 10 Mile
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Following the talk, Fleish
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party in honor of his im-
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