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January 05, 1979 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 5, 1919

Jewish Mobil ity a Problem

Right In Your
Own Driveway!

NEW YORK (JTA)
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FORESTS

that bear your name

Long after you have gone, forests in Israel
renewing themselves in the cycle of sea-
sons, will keep your memory ever green.
When making your Will, provide that a
forest in Israel be planted in your name or
in that of someone dear to you, handing
down your last wish from generation to
generation.

A bequest to the J.N.F. is a bequest to the
entire Jewish people. linking the name
of the Testator with Israel in perpetuity.

For information

and advice

in strict confidence apply to

Jewish National Fund

27308 Southfield Rd., Southfield, 48076 (557-6644)

found to 'build and finance
institutions for Jews in a
way which will serve both
the larger and the smaller
communities which "will
increasingly. intermix and
overlap," a federation ex-
pert has asserted.
This is a result of the
heightened geographic mo-
bility of American Jews, in-
creasing the importance of
national and regional plan-
ning, according to Sidney Z.
Vincent, keynote speaker at
a small cities seminar of the
recent General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations in San Ffancisco.
Vincent, executive direc-
tor emeritus of the Cleve-
land Jewish Federation, de-
clared that Jews "will more
and more be born in one
community, educated in an-
other, settle down in a third
and retire to a fourth." He
said national Jewish agen-
cies are crucial in serving
this extended community.
He urged that local com-
munities maintain a high
level of commitment toward
the national agencies.
Vincent said all Jewish
communities, large and
small, face powerful
"centrifugal" forces of
modern society which
encourage assimilation
and weaken Jewish iden-
tification. He added
maximum support must
be given to Jewish educa-
tional institutions, the
"prime line of Jewish
transmittal."
But he urged that in-
volvement in the affairs of
the general community
must not be neglected by
Jews as commitment is nur-
tured to Jewish self-
awareness and survival.
Declaring that isolation is
not the answer to assimila-
tion; he said Jews must re-
main "citizens of two
worlds," the Jewish and
general communities.
North American Jewry
cannot protect Israel or
plead the case of Soviet
Jewry if it withdraws from
secular involvement, he
said.

To do righteousness and
justice is more acceptable to
the Lord than sacrifice.

HIAS Marks Gains in Total Refugees Aided

NEW YORK -- HIAS as- indicate the immigration other countries in Eastern
Europe, 106 from Asia/
sisted 9,952 Jewish refu- levels reached in Novem-
Africa
and 33 from Latin
ber
will
be
maintained
or
gees to migrate and resettle
even increased. The America.
during the first nine months
By destination, 8,797 (88
of 1978, a 44 percent in- HIAS Rome-Vienna
percent)
came to the U.S.,
caseload
has
reached
the
crease over the correspond-
ing period of the pervious record number of 6,000 410 went to Canada, 489 to
Australia/New Zealand,
individuals, he said.
year. Soviet Jews accounted
213 to Western Europe and
Of the 9,952 persons as-
for 97 percent of the total
sisted during the first nine 43 to Latin America.
assisted.
HIAS also resettled 544
According to HIAS, this months, 9,657 were from
would mean a full-year the Soviet Union, 156 from Indochinese refugees.
projection of 14,000 assisted
migrants, compared with
8,675 in 1977.
According to HIAS proj-
ections, U.S. Jewish com-
munities can expect to re-
647-8054
ceive approximately 24,000
Soviet Jewish refugees in
Woodward,
Birmingham
126 S.
the course of 1979, over 90
Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat. 10-6
percent of them joining
Thurs. S Fri. 10-9
relatives here. This is an in-
FOR THE ULTIMATE
crease of close to 100 per-
cent over 1978 immigration
IN FASHION-RIGHT
levels.
FORMALWEAR RENTALS
In August 1,400 Soviet
Jews were turned over to
& SALES
HIAS in Vienna by the
Celebrate the occasion with a fresh ap-
Jewish Agency, in Sep-
ach to formalwear. Featuring an exten-
tember 1,698, in October
sive selection. The newest styles and colors.
1,873 and in November
FEATURING
1,915, and that all sources
Westwood, Newport, Woodstock,

Clothier

Mexican Jewry
Worried by Bill

MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
There is uneasiness among
Jews here because of a bill
dealing with the humane
slaughter of animals which
Parliament is soon due to
consider.
The bill, introduced by
Deputy Alfonso Maldonado,
seeks to humanize the
slaughter of - animals but
there is concern that it could
lead to the forbidding of
shekhita since the measure
is aimed at rendering an
animal unconscious by
chemical or electrical
means. The bill is also €pon-
sored by humanitarian and
animal protection agencies.

Science Prize

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Dr. Aaron Klug of the Medi-
cal Research Council in
Cambridge, England, has
been awarded the 100,000
Gilders H.P. Heineken
Prize for biochemistry and
biophysics by the Royal
Netherlands Academy of
Sciences.

Windsor, Tux Tails, 21 Colored Shirts,

Flared Pants, Volare Boots

• WEDDINGS • PROMS • CRUISES
• EVERY IMPORTANT SOCIAL EVENT

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TR 5-0300

On January 2, 1979, we at Miami Bake Shoppes
are beginning a campaign for Muscular Dys-
trophy.
For every loaf of bread purchased at our regular
retail price from January-2, 1979 to September 1,
1979 we will give 10c to M.D.A. So please help us
help them. Buy a bread for Jerry's kids.
This business is a family run corporation and a
member of our family has Myasthenia Gravis, the
crippling disease associated with M.D.A. We have
heard of the wonderful break-through M.D.A. has
made with this disease and we at Miami Bake
Shoppe hope to help further their research with
our Bread-a-Thon.

Our Bread is Hand Made by bakery
craftsmen with no preservatives or
chemicals added.

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