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December 29, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-29

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Baker-Phillips
Troth Announced

MISS DONNA BAKER

Mr. and Mrs. Al Baker of
Woodingham Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Donna, to Dr. Will E. Phillips,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Phil-
lips of Woodingham Dr.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Wayne State University. Her
fiance is a graduate of Ohio
State University and the Illi-
nois College of Optometry.

Miami Teenagers
Critical of Jewish
Education in U.S.

MIAMI, Fla., (JTA) — Some
400 teenage members of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center agreed at a con-
clave here that teenagers mem-
ber very little of their Hebrew
school education and that their
morals and ethics come from
total life experiences and that
these are not related to their
Jewish education.
The National Jewish Welfare
Board, reporting on the all-day
seminar held on Dec. 17, also
said that the young men and
women reported they had the
most enduring and pleasant
memories of Sunday school at-
tendance because emphasis was
placed on Jewish history, holi-
days and culture which young
people can best understand.
They also felt that Jewish edu-
cation starts at too early an
age, becomes repetitious and
tiresome so that many pupils
refuse to continue.

A Study of Yemen

David Carass
chant and
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of
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Schreiber's Bible Gift to Hospitals
Judges Chosen
for Amity Award

Deadline Today
for Ne

The Detroit Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
announced the selection of the
Judges Committee for the 15th
Annual Amity Award.
The award, which recognizes
outstanding personal achievement
in bettering intergroup relations,
will be presented at the Amity
Award Luncheon Feb. 14 at Holi-
day Manor, 18641 Wyoming.
William T. Gossett, vice presi-
dent and general council of Ford
Motor Co., has accepted the chair-
manship of the Judges Commit-
tee, it was announced by Mrs. Sol
Elkin, chairman of the Amity
Award Committee of the Con-
gress Women's Division here.
The Judges who have agreed
to serve with Gossett include:
Judge Wade McCree, Jr. of the
United States District Court, East-
ern District of Michigan; Richard
Cross, business leader and chair-
man of the Detroit Commission
of Community Relations; Frank
Angelo, managing editor of the
Detroit Free Press; William Co-
hen, chairman of the Commission
on Law & Social Action of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and mem-
ber of the executive committee
of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil; Florence Cassidy, secretary
of the Nationality Department of
the United Community Services;
Arthur Poinier, staff member of
the Detroit News; and Mrs. Leo-
pold Snyder, vice president of
the Women's Division, American-
Jewish Congress.
The various chapters of the
Women's Division as well as
organizations a n d institutions
throughout the general commu-
nity will be asked to suggest
nominees for the Amity Award
this year. The selection will be
based on the record that person
has compiled in 'contributing by
deed and leadership to those
projects and actions which help
to create understanding among
groups and individuals.
Dr. Shlomo Tadmor, Regional
Director of the AJCongress, will
act as co-ordinator for the Ami
Award Committee along with
Elkin.

account of New
ay, the deadline for th
issue of Jan. 5 will be at
2 p. r . today.

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Schreiber, of Los Angeles, former De-
troiters, made a gift of Jewish Publication Society Bibles to two
hospitals in their area. Shown here receiving the gift from Mr.
and Mrs. Schreiber are Steve Broidy (left), president of Cedars
of Lebanon-Mt. Sinai Hospitals of Los Angeles, and Cyrus Levin-
thal (right) chairman of the Southern California Committee of
the Jewish Publication Society.

10.

Reform Temple Sisterhoods Will
Discuss 'Concept of Today's Woman'

The sisterhoods of Reform con-
gregations in Detroit, Oak Park,
Pontiac, Livonia and Windsor
have been invited to attend an
all - day pro-
gram sponsor-
ed by the Tem-
ple Israel Sis-
terhood on
"Concept of
Today's Wo-
man — Build-
er and Guar
dian" at

Detroit Section of Bnai Brith
Women; Mrs. Arthur Gould, past
president of the Detroit Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women and secretary of the
Jewish Center; and Mrs. Ernest
Gradis, R.N., instructor at the
Shapiro School of Nursing at
Sinai Hospital.
Mrs. Michael Mitz is chairman
of luncheon and hostess arrange-
ments.

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Fed 'on of
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s will be served to
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nd a iss
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will conduce
emi-
nar. Fol1c ing
p.m., she wil
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French Archeolog
on the incr sing -responsibil -
Excavating Ancient
of today's woman in h
Settlement in Israel
. Paul
JERUSALEM, ( J T A ) — Re- Monchni , c ai
of the day,
mains of a "Beersheba culture" wi •
ey
group of settlements datin
ck to the second half of the
Dr. Gertr
century B.C.E. are now facu
0
coun
cavated by Jean Perrot,
being
erapy service at the Mer-
the French arc
head
Palmer Institute; Mrs. Charles
logical ission in Israel.
Solovich, practicing attorney and
ove past n. •nal president of the
The ettlements a
y stone
groun and reinforc
nd in an
They were
1
14,
the Negev
ranging fro
Mount' Car-
hrough the coast
Scholars
mel. The excav ons were a e l ew Univ
and will
started two weeks
r.
— Two
be continued until m
at -the Hebrew
Finds include a gro
three skeletons—a woman, child University of Jerusalem have
and dog—flint tools of excel- been awarded the sixth annual
lent workmanship and bone im- Judah L. Magnes scholarships, it
was announced by James Mar-
plements.
Volunteers on the digging in- shall, president of the Magnes
clude members of kibbutz Urim, Foundation.
students of the Hebrew Univer-
The recipients of the scholar-
sity, a visitor from Chicago and ships are Yosef Abu Dali Ibra-
a girl from Arlington, Va.
him, now in his third year at the
Hebrew University - Hadassah
S hou-
Private Capital Flow Medical
fani, .0- • 60-1 .4.$11 .2.0N• (4, i•
to Israel Reached
e universi .
stablished in tribute to the
New High in '61
• late first president of the He-
The flow of private U
high brew University, the Judah L.
tal to Israel reached a
ery evi- Magnes scho hips are aw d-
in 1961 and shows
dente of continuin t an even ed annually ra
greater pace in 2, accord- dents at th
e c
ing to the Gbiiernm t of Israel than 100
rently e
ed at the univ
Investment Authnrit
sity.
With final figures s
tabulated, A. R. Taiber,
eden
American director of the Israe
The Jewish community in Swe-
Investment Authority, esti-
mates that private investments den, which today numbers some
from the U.S. and Canada 13,000 persons, dates back to
reached some $100 million in Is- 1774 ' when the first Jew was
rael's industry during 1961. This granted the legal right to-live in
compares with a total of $75.8 the country. Most of Sweden's
million from the two countries Jews live in Stockholm, Gothen-
in 1960, the bulk of the funds burg, Norrkoping, Karlskrona and
Malmo.
coming from the U.S.

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