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October 18, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-18

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Home Relief Society Annual Donor
Luncheon Will Aid Needy Families

Delaware Survey Reveals Facts on Jewish Population

WILMINGTON, Del., (JTA)— The survey shows that, of the per cent of the females were
Northern Delaware, an area also total of 7,900 Jews in northern self-employed; 43.8 per cent of
known as Greater Wilmington,
the males and 16 per cent" of the
has a Jewish population of 7,900 Delaware in 1962, the city of females were salaried; 271 per-
comprising 2.7 per cent of the Wilmington had a Jewish popu- sons were retired.
area's total population, accord- lation of 4,021, or 4.28 per cent
The survey shows that 59.8
ing to a demographic study of of the city's total population.
the area issued here by the Jew- The entire area comprised 2,386 per cent of the heads of the
ish Community Center of Wil- Jewish households. By sex, Jewish families in the area are
mington and the Jewish Federa- males and females in the Jewish affiliated with a congregation.
Some belonged to more than
tion of Delaware.
population were just about even. one congregation. Of the total,
As to age, one-third was aged 33.7 per cent belonged to the
17 or under, one-third between Reform group, 33.4 per cent to
Israel Opens First
18 and 42, one-third 43 or over. the Conservative, and 28.6 per
A breakdown of marital status cent to the Orthodox. Of the
Defense College •
showed that 83.4 per cent of the total Jewish population in the
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel's Jews in the area over the age area, 40.2 per cent were unaffil-
first Defense College, authorized of 19 were married.
iated with any religious congre-
by a vote of the cabinet, form-
Employment figures showed gation; of that total, 48.7 per
ally opened here Oct. 14. The that
44M of the males and five cent lived in Wilmington.
Home Relief Society will hold its donor luncheon Nov. 6 students included 25 army offi-
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, featuring a style show, music by the cers as well as senior officials of
Reva Reatha Jackson Trio and a variety of prizes. Planning various ministries.
Have Kasha with noodles tonight
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
the 41-year-old organization's annual event are, from left, Mes-
dames Jack Rosenberg, Louis H. Marks, John Herman, chair- greeted the students on behalf
man; Sol A. Miller, president; Leonard Soskin and Jack Weis- of the government and ex-
berg. Proceeds will be used to provide shelter, food and clothing pressed the hope that, by next
in answer to requests for emergency aid for needy families. year, the graduates of the col-
Tickets may be obtained from members. For information, call lege would prove the success
of the new institution. Eshkol
Mrs. Herman, UN 4-0530.
spoke not only as Prime Min-
ister but also as Minister of De-
fense. The ceremonies were at-
tended also by other members
EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals
of the cabinet as well as by the
chief of staff of Israel's armed SERVE! and entertaining with Kasha. Address request
to: Phyllis Wolff,,Penn Yan, New York
The annual all - day Jewish
The morning sessions, begin- forces, Gen. Zvi Tsur.
Education Conference will be ning at 10:30 a.m., will be de-
held in conjunction with the voted to the examination of The
Jewish Book Fair at the Jewish problems of drop-outs and con-
Center. on Nov. 17. tinuity in Jewish education. A
Convened under the joint aus- prominent lay leader on the
pices of the United Hebrew school board level will present
Schools and its a f f ilia t e d the issues involved. Following
schools, the CotIncil of Religious the general discussion, the mat-
Schools in Metropolitan Detroit ter of financing Jewish educa-
and the Jewish National Fund, tion will be presented. These
the sessions will deal with ap- sessions will be held chiefly for
proaches in the teaching of the lay leadership and the
Scriptures, problems of contin- school boards of the sponsoring
uity in Jewish education on the organizations.
post elementary level and the
The luncheon session, begin-
serious aspects in providing ade- ning at 1 p.m., will be attended ,
quate financing to the schools. by the- faculties of the partici-
Albert Elazar, superintendent pating schools and will be ad-
of the United Hebrew Schools, dressed by a noted guest edu-
will be the general chairman of cator whose topic will be "The
the conference. Teaching of the Scriptures in
Our Schools." Walter Farber,
director of Cong. Bnai Moshe
Religious School, will chair the
luncheon session.
The afternoon sessions will
be designated on the basis of
the time allocation devoted to
the teaching of the Scriptures
in the various schools. The topic
to be discussed will be the same
as was presented at the lunch-
eon session. The conference is
scheduled to adjourn at 4 p.m.
The Planning and Arrange-
ments Committee includes Far-
ber and Sylvan J. Ginsburgh,
principal of the United Hebrew
High School, who will serve as
coordinators for the conference.
Kalman Black, principal of the
Dubnow School, will be in
charge of assembling the educa-
tional exhibit. • Assisting in the
overall implementation of the.
conference will be Percy Cap-
lan, executive director, Jewish
National Fund; Dr. Norman
Drachler, director, Temple Beth
El Religious School; Bernard
Panush, director, Cong. Beth
You'll love
Aaron Religious School; Hyman
Pausner, Cong. Ahavat Achim
Religious School; Frank Lieder-
man, Cong. Beth Aaron Religi-
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE ous School; Allen Warsen, Cong.
Adas Shalom Religious School;
Rabbi Eric Greenbaum, Cong.
Bnai David Religious School;
Simson Sendler, Evergreen Jew-
ish Community Center; Dr. Ber-
BALANCED BLEND that creates the wonderful flavor
nard Weiss, Temple Beth El
Just heat 'n'eat
Religious School; Max Rosen-
of MANISCHEWITZ GEFILTE FISH. The lightness of whitefish balance§
berg, Temple Emanu-El Religi-
Hear family, guests, cheer for ous School; Manuel Simon,
the richness of pike; the heartiness of selected seasonings - balances -the
Israel Religious School.
that real Italian flavor created by Temple
Mrs. Carl Schiller and Frank
fullness of fresh, whole eggs; and superb skill blends all these -quality
famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender Loewenberg, supervisor of
little macaroni pies ...filled with Adult Division, Jewish Center,
gredients into the finest Gefilte Fish you've ever tasted. At
store now
assist in the luncheon and
tangy Italian Cheese...simmered will
exhibit arrangements.

Jewish Education Conference Set
in Conjunction with Book Festival

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Plan Fight on Nazism
A two-day meeting of the In-
ternational Resistance Union
Against Nazism opened in Paris
Thursday to study means of
fighting neo-Nazism wherever it
should become evident.



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