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October 21, 1983 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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50 Friday, October 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

By HEIDI PRESS

A Polish-born teacher of
English as a second lan-
guage at Osborn High
School in Detroit is helping
to promote Israel.
Maria Bielkowicz erected
a showcase about Israel in
the high school because she
"wanted to show Israel in a

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Her interest in the Jewish
state began during World
War II, when her family hid
Jews from the Nazis. She
said she has a lot of Jewish
friends and they helped
pique her curiosity about Is-
rael.

She took a trip to Israel
and said she was im-
pressed. "They (the Is-
raelis) have a sense of
purposeness that people
lose in the U.S." Asked
how her husband, an
Iraqi Moslem, felt about
her going to Israel, Ms.
Bielkowicz said her hus-
band told her " `You're
going to an enemy coun-
try.' But he let me go

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ization has received an ur-
gent appeal for cash from
the Israel Ministry of Fi-
nance, it was announced by
D. Dan Kahn, local general
chairman for Israel Bonds.
Kahn named Harold Be-
znos, associate chairman, to
head an intensive effort
through the end of 1983 to
convert all unpaid Israel
Bond commitments into

"Israel is not being prop-
erly represented here," she

Soviet Missiles
Arrive in Syria

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
fense Minister Moshe Arens
confirmed that the first con-
signment of Soviet-made
SS-21 ground-to-ground
missiles have arrived in
Syria, but said they did not
radically change the bal-
ance of military power in
the region.
However, Arens stressed
that Israel would have to
continue to increase its de-
fense budget because of the
massive rearmament of the
Arab states. Priority in the
national budget must be
given to defense, he said.
The SS-21st have a range
of about 75 miles, which is
less than that of the SCAD
missiles already used by the
Syrians. But they are more
accurate, military sources
here said, and can reach
targets in much of Israel.

cash for Israel. An enlarged
committee for telephone
cash collection is being or-
ganized, Beznos said, and he
requested additional volun-
teers from the "Israel Bond
family to each donate a few
hours to this vital service
for Israel."

Down in their hearts,
wise men know this truth:
the only way to help your-
self is to help others.
—Elbert Hubbard

I 10 rit ANNIVERSARY

DEBORAH'S
INVITATIONS

anyway."
In a telephone interview
with The Jewish News, Ms.
Bielkowicz was asked why
she chose to put up a show-
case on Israel.

said. She received materials
from Hadassah and used
some of her own objects to
decorate the display.
She said she also did a
showcase about the Arabs
and one about winter holi-
days and included Hanuka
among them. Reaction to
the Israel showcase, she
said, has been positive.
Ms. Bielkowicz said in
her spare time she
attends lectures on
Judaism in the home of a
Lubavitcher rabbi. Why
does she go?
"Just to learn a little —
for my personal satisfac-
tion."
She said her goal in put-
ting up the showcases is to
promote understanding be-
tween the different ethnic
and cultural groups.

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