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September 12, 1980 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

84 Friday, September 12, 1980

Israel-Egypt Air Traffic Increases

JERUSALEM — Esti-
mates show that some 3,500
American tourists have
used the direct air-services
between Tel Aviv and Cairo
operated by El Al Israel Air-
lines and Nefertiti Airlines,
since air service commenced
between the two countries
in the wake of the Egypt-

Israel peace accords.

Accomplishments, Challenge Face New Year

Approximately 8,000
American tourists have
crossed the land frontier at
Neot Sinai between Israel
and Egypt. An estimated
6,500 Americans traveled
round-trip (Israel-Egypt-
Israel).

I wish my family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

MRS. LeROY (HELEN) ATLER

I wish my family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

LAURA NUSBAUM

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MRS. LOUIS (TILLY) ROSE

wishes all her friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

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MR. and MRS. MAYER
SILBERBERG & FAMILY
wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

I wish my family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

JOE SINGER

IRMA

President, Jewish Welfare
Federation

The deeply personal na-
ture of the High Holy Days
cannot diminish the sense of
community that we share
with each other and with
Jews throughout the world.
It is a sharing unique to
our history and characteris-
tic of our abiding concern for
those in need. Particularly
now, when the plight of the
poor and the elderly, the
strains on Jewish family life
and Israel's mounting polit-
ical isolation challenge our
ability to respond, a unified
Detroit Jewish community
is vital.
Indeed, it is unity that as-
sures our survival.
If the past year of Federa-
tion activity is any example,
we have reason to be op-
timistic for the future. In a
period of economic diffi-
culty, when the demands on
our agencies were so great,
Detroit Jewry responded to
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign with unmatched
generosity. A major factor
in that achievement relates
to our unflagging commit-
ment to Israel. We made a
promise; and we are living
up to it.
This year, cutting up the
communal budgeting pie
was especially painful, but
our agencies met the chal-
lenge. Those that are most
concerned with resettle-
ment faced the uncertainty
of a dwindling immigrant
influx. established

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of abundance, peace

and prosperity

HORDES AGENCY

INSURANCE

TRAVELERS TOWER
26555 EVERGREEN
Suite 515
Southfield

MRS. DAVID I. BERRIS

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GEORGE ZELTZER

priorities and pooled their
services. It was a magnifi-
cent effort by lay leaders
and professional alike.
If we coped with im-
mediate problems, we also
bravely looked ahead. Our
growing involvement in the
multi-faceted needs of the
aged was evidenced on sev
eral fronts, including dedi-
cation of Phase II of Prentis
Towers, Jewish Federation
Apartments. We embarked
upon a use study of the
Maple-Drake site adjacent
to the Jewish Community
Center to assess its poten-
tial for added services to
senior citizens and others.
We also shared a sense of
optimism in the involve-
ment of young people
through the Junior Divi-
sion, whose membership
rolls are truly impressive.
And the leadership pro-
vided by Detroiters to the
rest of the nation — leader-
ship which is being re-
plenished through the
Young Leadership Cabinet
— is indeed heartening.
The dynamism for which
Detroit is noted will be
amply demonstrated (Nov.
12-16,) when our Federa-
tion hosts the Council of
Jewish Federations Gen-
eral Assembly at the De-
troit Plaza Hotel. We an-
ticipate with great pride
this rare opportunity to
"show off."
All of these instances
point to the remarkable
strength that resides in the
unified Jewish community
of Detroit. To those who

Editor, The Jewish News
I read your article on
Theodore Cummings (a
prominent Los Angeles
supporter of Ronald Re-
agan) and enjoyed it.
There is one error. Cum-
mings is not the first Jewish
trustee,of the University of
Southern California. He is
the second, a fact which he
related to me personally
and which I already knew.
The first Jewish trustee of
USC was my brother-in-
law, Michael C. Birnkrant,
a native Detroiter (deceased
in 1966), who still has two
brothers living in Detroit
and practicing law, Theo-
dore and Norman.

Mrs. Harold Birnkrant

Newport Beach, Calif.

353-2300

more unified than ever.
On behalf of the entire
Federation family, I extend
warmest greetings for the
New Year.

I wish my family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

Detroiter First
Jewish Trustee
at Calif. School

Our best wishes for a year

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would predict the decline of
the American Jewish corn-
munity, I say, "Not here!"
On the threshold of the new
year, we stand stronger and

By GEORGE ZELTZER

Sorrow itself is not so
hard to bear as the thought
of sorrow corning.

"12V.

LEONA and HAROLD ROSE
Margate, Fla.
wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

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SYLVIA, DAVE & SUSIE SCHANE
wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

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We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

MR. and MRS. JULIUS STOBINSKY

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MRS. ESTHER TEMCHIN

wishes all her friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

MR. and MRS. SOL WERBER & FAMILY
Las Vegas, Nevada

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

ESTHER and NATHAN WOLOK

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

MR. and MRS. HAROLD ZAFF & SUSAN

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MR. and MRS. JACK WEINBERGER,
STANLEY & HELENE & MRS. F. GRINBERG

would like to wish all our family
and friends a healthy and happy
New Year

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AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAVID
FOR ISRAEL

Michigan

Extends Best Wishes

Region

For A Year of Health, Peace & Prosperity

To All Our Friends and
The Entire Jewish Community

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