Mayor to Proclaim Young Israel Day; Niedelson-Must
Name Youth Foundation for Kaplan Troth Is Announced
Morris Karbal, general chairman
of the 40th anniversary celebra-
tion of the Young Israel branches
in Metropolitan Detroit, announced
that Mayor Cavanagh will proclaim
May 14 as Young Israel Day.
In the presence of the leaders
of the Young Israel movement, the
mayor will present a certificate
commemorating this event to Max
Kaplan, - oldest member of Young
Israel and one of its two 'life mem-
bers.' That evening, the directors
of Young Israel of • Northwest• De-
troit, Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
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This Week's Radio and
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and chan-
nel 2 simultaneously).
Feature: "Israel on Its 16th An-
niversary." Gen. Aharon Doron,
deputy chief of staff of the Army
of Israel, will discuss Israeli de-
velopments after 16 years of sov-
ereignty, with Sidney M. Shevitz,
president of the Jewish Communi-
ty Council of Detroit.
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THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Ecumenical Era—
New Developments in the Chris-
tion-Jewish Dialogue." Rabbi Marc
M. Tannenbaum, national director
of interreligious affairs for the
American Jewish Committee, will
discuss recent developments in
this area with Dr. Richard C.
* * *
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Feature: "Jewish Music Festival
at Ahavas Achim." A special mu-
sical program with instrumentalists
and singers, will be discussed by
Rabbi Milton Arm and Cantor Si-
mon Bermanis of Cong. Ahavas
* * *
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Freedom Tree" by
Harriet Kopp, tenth in a series en-
titled "Dreamers and Builders." A
dramatization of the events in the
life of Adam Gimbel, who fought
against the oppression of Prince
Metternich in Bavaria.
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Wanted: More Angry
Men" will be discussed by Rabbi
* * *
Time: 2 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: "The Living Past." Ex-
ploration of the partially submerg-
ed port of Caeserea, built by King
Herod, 2,000 years ago.
The Foundation Committee in-
cludes Judge Victor J. Baum, Al
Borman, Tom Borman, Common
Council President Ed Care y,
Mayor Cavanagh, Harry E. Citrin,
Abe Kasle, Irwin J. Kasoff, Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman, Joseph Neder-
lander, Judge George D. Kent,
Prof. Samuel M. Levi n, Max
Osnos, Max Stollman, Phillip
Stollman, Judge Burton R. Shiff-
man, plus the members of the
Young Israel steering committee.
A women's committee, headed by
Mrs. Robert Sosnick, is in forma-
Friday, April 24, 1964
Directors Are Announced at Camp Gan-Israel
MISS ELLEN NIEDELSON
NATHAN & IRVING'S
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Niedelson
of Grand Rapids announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ellen
Beatrice to Alan Harold Must, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Must of
Harding Ave., Oak Park. An Aug.
9 wedding is planned.
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Camp Gan-Israel of Midwest has
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and
acquired Rabbis Sholom Goldstein
for many years was director of
and S. K. Weinberg as directors of
Camp Israel, Toronto.
the summer camp, it was announc-
Camp Gan - Israel, a strictly
ed by Charles Feinberg, chairman kosher camp, is located 60 miles
of the camp committee, under the from Detroit at Fenton. The pro-
supervision of Merkos L'Inyonei gram includes swimming, boating,
dramatics, handicraft and sports,
Director Goldstein is assistant besides a period for Hebrew
principal of the Beth Yehudah day studies. Camp opens for girls 7-14
school, principal of the Northwest June 29 to July 26, and for boys
afternoon school and was organ- 6-16 July 28 to Aug. 30.
izer and director for 17 years of
For information and registra-
the Beth Yehudah Day Camp.
tion, call Camp Gan-Israel offices,
Rabbi Weinberg, program
LI 2-2666, or LI 4-7168.
director, is principal of the af-
DON FROHMAN CHORUS
ternoon school Eitz Chaim in
Toronto. He formerly was with
May 3rd—Detroit Institute of Arts
Young Israel of Greenfield and
Young Israel of Detroit, as well
as the executive committee of the
new Youth Foundation Fund, will
meet at a dinner meeting.
(At the Foundation executive
committee meeting, it was de-
cided to name the foundation in
honor of philanthropist Kaplan,
in view of a generous pledge
made by him.)
Plans will be made for a series
of events which will culminate in
establishment of the $150,000
Youth Foundation Fund, to pro-
mote the youth group activities
of the Young Israel organization.
At this kickoff dinner, the following
youth leaders will receive citations:
Estelle Gakunow, Faye Baras, Susan
Bentheim, Marlene Cern, Naomi Cohen,
Sarah Gail Cohen, Barry Eisenberg, -
Carol Fishman, Dorothy Gold, Henry
Gold, Edith — Goldman. Judy Gottheil,
Rifkah Greenbaum, Rochelle Green-
field, Seymour Kaplan, Melvin Katz,
Brenda Kravitz, Larry Platt, Steven
Rabinowitz, Barbara Rothenberg, Bluma
Shoeing and Goldie Zucker.
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