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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-07

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Detroit Council of Jewish Women
to Hold Dedication of 'Orchards'

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 7, 19 62

Detroit Se c t i o n, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
dedicate "The Orchards," 2 p.m.
Sunday at the
site of the
n e w project,
31885 W. Sev-
en M i 1 e, Li-
vonia.
Twelve chil-
dren, between
the ages of
Six and .12,
have been ad-
mitted to the
half - way Abramowitz
house designed to provide a
stable Jewish environment care-
fully planned for children who
require special care .away from
home.
, Executive director of the fac-
ulty . is Ralph Abramowitz, for-
merly acting director of the
William Healy School, Insti-
tute for Juvenile Research,
Chicago. He holds a B.S. de-
gree from the City College of
New York and a master's de-
gree in social work from the
University of Pittsburgh.
Abramowitz has also been a
group worker and child care

supervisor at the Chicago Jew-
ish Community Center.
Co-chairmen of The Orchards
project are Mrs. Stanley Akers
and Mrs. Isadore Winkelman.
Their professional advisory
committee includes Dr. Ralph
Rabinovich, director of Haw-
thorne Center; Dr. Fritz Redl,
professor of behavioral sciences
at Wayne State University; Dr.
Norman Rosenzweig, chief of
psychiatry at Sinai Hospital;
Harold Silver, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Family and
Children's Services; Prof. Cla-
rice Freud; Dr. Joseph Fisch-
off; Dr. Morris Weiss; Rabbi
Richard C. Hertz and Rabbi
Morris Adler.
Mrs. Charles Hymes, national
president of the Council, will
come from Minneapolis to at-
tend the dedication, under the
direction of Mrs. William H.
Frank. The ceremony will be
followed by an open house, ac-
cording to Mrs. Ben Schotten-
fels, Detroit Section president.
Projects of the Detroit Sec-
tion are financed in part
through proceeds from its re-
sale shop, 3403 Puritan.

Plan to Educate Algerian-Jewish Refugees in Israel

PARIS, . (JTA) — A program
to enable young Jewish refu-
gees from Algeria to study in
Israel secondary schools was
presented here to the National
Committe of Jewish Organiza-
tions, which convened to deal
with the problems of education
of North African youths now
living in France.

Morning and Afternoon Sessions
Mrs. Louise Haber, Head Teacher

Rockwell, leader of the Ameri-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
can Nazi party, has been in-
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — Rent in-
RICHMOND, Va.—The State , eluded in a list of undesirable
Corporation Commission of Vir- persons who will not be al- creases decreed by the govern-
ginia rejected Wednesday lowed to enter Canada in the ment last summer, went into
George Rockwell's bid for a future.
effect here Tuesday ranging up
charter for ANP, Inc., a revised
The addition of Rockwell's to a rise of 140 per cent on
title for his American Nazi name to the list, which is cir- some apartments owned either
party.
culated to all immigration offi- by private persons or by the
Earlier. this year, the Vir- cials, followed an incident last government.
The higher rents on govern-
ginia legislature approved. a law week in which the, American
revoking a charter granted pre- Nazi was evicted from a Mont- ment-owned property will be
viously to the Nazi group..The real hotel as an "undesirable in effect only until next April
law banned the use of the word person" when he came to or- 1, according to the decree. The
"Nazi" or - "National Socialist" ganize anti-Semitism in Canada. increases range from 10 pounds
in the name • of any Virginia He flew back to Washington to 19 pounds, depending on the
size of the flats.
corporation.. .
the same day.
Rockwell sought to get around
the ban by applying for a char-
ter for a group using the initials Demand Brooklyn Rabbi, 7 Others
of his group. The word "Nazi"
was not used in the group's to Compensate Family of Yossele
application for the new char-
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Compen-I before he was brought to Rabbi
ter but it did appear in the text
sation to - the family of Yossele I Gertner's home where the Is-
of the proposed charter.
Schumacher was d e m a n d e d raeli secret service found Yos-
* * *
from eight persons in three sele and arranged for a reunion
OTTAWA, (JTA) — George countries for harboring the boy , with his mother and his return
after his kidnapping in Israel to Israeli last July.
more than two years ago.
He had been spirited away
Jewish Fraternity
Shlomo Cohen-Sidon, the fam- by Orthodox elements who fear-
Honors Gen. Sarnoff
ily's attorney, said he had sent ed his Israeli parents would not
MINNEAPOLIS, (JTA) — letters to the eight persons, in- give him a sufficiently Ortho-
The International Service cluding Brooklyn Rabbi Zanvil dox Jewish education. The let-
Award of Phil Epsilon Pi Fra- Gertner, and the latter's son, ters were sent also to five per-
ternity was presented in absen- i\'Ienahem Gertner, asking for sons in France and a rabbi in
tia to General David Sarnoff, at such compensation, with a warn- Switzerland.
Grounds for compensation
the stag banquet of the 58th ing he would file suit unless the
grand convention of the Jewish group indicated willingness to were listed as mental suffering
fraternity, The award is pre- settle out of court by naming of the parents, the disruption
sented annually to a Jewish an Israeli attorney to negotiate of the boy's education, depriv-
ing the parents of the right to
leader who has made the richest on their behalf.
The boy was hidden for more raise their child, and disloca-
and most exemplary contribu-
tion to the essential Jewish life than a year in Switzerland and tion of the family's life during
of America.
for several months in France, the search.

INVITES YOU TO WORSHIP ONCE AGAIN
ON. THE FORTHCOMING HIGH HOLY DAYS
IN THE AIR-CONDITIONED

DETROIT ARTILLERY ARMORY HALL

15000' EIGHT MILE ROAD WEST

MR. JAY BODZIN

will chant the
Service

RABBI S. P. WOHLGELERNTER

Will officiate and preach
the Sermons

Seats Are: Adults $12,00 — Youths $6.00

On Sole Doily (except Friday and Saturday) 7 to 9 p.m.
.Suodays '10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
.

20740 HUBBELL AVENUE
BR 3-3129 — UN 45687 — DI 1-6223 — UN 3-9265

SOL NUSBAUM, CHAIRMAN HIGH HOLY DAY COMMITTEE

iNo Sabbath Calls Please)

announces

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Pioneer
Women, the Women's Labor
Zionist Organization of America,
is paying tribute to 70-year-old
Paula Ben-Gurion, wife of the
Prime Minister of Israel, with
the building of a $100,000 two-
story community center in Tel
Aviv, it was announced here by
Mrs. Sidney Leff, national presi-
dent of the organization.
The center, which will be
called "Beit Paula" and admin-
istered by Moetzet Hapoalot,
sister organization of Pioneer
Women in Israel, will be situ-
ated in the formerly under-
privileged area of Givat Ha'
Aliya in Jaffa. It will include
a day nursery, children's club,
and women's social and educa-
tional center.

I

(THE EIGHT MILE SYNAGOGUE)

Young Israel Center of Oak Woods

Registration for Its Religious School

into Effect in Israel

CONGREGATION B'NAI JACOB

employ French as the first
foreign language. Parents of the
youths would have to undertake
to leave the children in Israel
for at least two years, and would
pay $10 to $15 per month.

Pioneer Women Builds
Center for Youth in
Honor of Paula B-G

Virginia Denies Rockwell's Bid
for Charter; Canada Bars Neo-Nazi Higher Rents Go

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

The plan, which was brought
before the Committee by Youth
Aliya, would enable 500 Alger-
ian refugee youths, aged 13 to
15, to be placed in Kfar Yarok,
Magdiel, Kfar which would

JWV Delegation
Departs for Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK—A group of 125
members of the Jewish War
Veterans left here Tuesday
night on a "goodwill pilgrim-
age" to Europe and Israel, many
of them returning for the first
time to areas where they had
participated in either the first
or second world wars.
The group, led by National
Commander Morton London,
will visit London, Paris and
Rome before arriving in Israel
on Sept. 15. In the three Euro-
pean capitals, the JWV mem-
bers will meet with government
officials and representatives of
various veterans organizations.
In Israel, they will be received
by President Izhak Ben-Zvi,
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion and senior government
officials. They will remain in
Israel for 10 days.

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Sunday School (age 5-7)
Hebrew School (age 7 and up)

Rabbi Nissim Hayward, Principal

ENROLLMENT at Synagogue, 24061 Coolidge
LI. 6-6662
Classes begin Sunday, Sept. 9, 1962

CONGREGATION SHOMREY EMUNAH

Schaefer Cor. Clarita

Announces High Holy Day Services
In The
New and Air-Conditioned Synagogue
Auxiliary Services will also be held at the

SCHAVER AUDITORIUM, 19161 SCHAEFER HWY.

Reserved seats for both locations are available.

All Day Sunday and Every Evening from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
At the Synagogue Office

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL:

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ANNOUNCES THAT

SUPPLEMENTARY
HIGH HOLY DAY
SERVICES

IN THE BROWN MEMORIAL CHAPEL

will be conducted by

Rabbi
Robert J.
Marx

Director, Chicago Federation

of Reform Synagogues

SERVICES WILL BE HELD:

Friday, September 28, at 7 :00 p.m.

Saturday, September 29, at 10:00 a.m.

Sunday, October 7, at 7:00 p.m.

Monday, October 8, all day

Beginning at 10:00 a.m.

The Temple Office is open daily from-

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

and on Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

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