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August 20, 1965 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-20

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Chaplains Serve Through JWB With Head and Heart

Belgian Jewry
The Jewish Community of Bel-
gium, which dates back to the
fourth century of the Common
Era, now numbers some 35,000
persons, the majority of whom
live in Brussels with a large com-
munity in Antwerp.

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AIR CONDITIONED THROUGHOUT

FOOD ... 3 exciting meals per day plus midnight snack.
ENTERTAINMENT and dancing nightly...to the "OAKTON-
AIRES" ... Comedians ... Vocalists . . . Novelty acts.

SPORTS FACILITIES ...King sized outdoor & indoor pools,

childrens' pool, 18-hole golf course. Boating, Fishing, Tennis

The man with the yarmulke and the welder's
helmet, Hiam Tweti, is on double-duty in Thule,
Greeland, way above the Arctic Circle. He has
been designated by the Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy of the National Jewish Welfare Board
as a Jewish lay leader qualified to conduct chapel
programs for Jewish personnel of the U.S. Air
Force Base in Thule; and he works for RCA
repairing giant radar antennas which are part

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all other sports.
• Supervised activities for children • Special Rates for Groups
Reservations: Detroit Call Isadore Goldstein EL 6-7555

of North America's defense against surprise
attacks. As in Thule, thousands of Jewish GIs
with the U.S. Armed Forces in installations from
Vietnam to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and from
Alaska to the Azores observe the High Holy Days
and other Jewish holidays and festivals during
the year through arrangements made for them
and their dependents by the Jewish chaplains
and JWB.

OAKTON MANOR Ex'

On Pewa-ukee Lake, Wisconsin

ENJOY THE LABOR DAY
WEEK AT GROSSINGER'S

Ukrainians Reported Able
to Establish Links Abroad

BY HENRY LEONARD

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON—A news item in Pra-
vad Ukrainy, a daily newspaper
published in Kiev and received
here Wednesday, showed that
Ukrainains are permitted to estab-
lish links with their people abroad
—a privilege denied to Russian
Jewry.
The newspaper, official organ of
the Communist Party of the Uk-
rainian SSR reported that a dis-
trict branch of the Society for
Cultural Ties With Ukrainians
Abroad had been set up in the
city of Chernovsky. There is no
equilvalent organization in Kiev,
one of the larger centers of Jewish
population in the USSR, for cul-
tural or any other ties with Jews
abroad.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1965-15

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Thurs., Sept. 16, to Sun., Sept. 19.

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DETROIT

By DIANA LERNER
Emerging as Israel's most at-
tractive industrialist is Judith
Muller of Haifa, who has recently
introduced a perfume she calls
Batsheba, with a backward glance
at Biblical days. An immigrant
from Hungary, who started selling
soda in her father's kiosk in down-
town Haifa and who today is in
big business, she is typical of an
Israel success story.
Miss Muller got her early start
adding art to nature her days as
a Chen soldier. From making up
her fellow girl soldiers on their
day off in her family's one room
flat, she proceeded to teach make-
up to women in the kibbutzim.
Today, she has her own salon on
Hadar Hacarmel with her own
products. Her new venture exqui-
sitely bottled in ancient glass jars,
puts her on the roster of Israel
businessmen contributing to the
Israel economy.
Batsheba is made entirely of
Israel products. It has the scent
of, jasmine as well as that of the
oranges of the Sharon. It has the
smell of the flowers of the Carmel
presented in authentic replicas of
antique phials in individual colors,
which has probably never been
done in any country, by male or
female perfume manufacturer.



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are called heroes. —the Talmud

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Put on a
Happy Face!

JOIN THE FUN at
Grossinger's this Labor
Day week, starting Sun.,
August 29. It's going to
be a time of exciting
happenings, special
entertainment, added
highlights, and extra
activities. Throughout
this wonderful week,
you'll enjoy sparkling shows, great sports
events, pleasant surprises, and other de-
lightful diversion. It's the grand climax of
the summer season. It's a time
you won't want to miss. It's a
time for you to be at Grossin-
ger's. So, get your share of life.
Put on a happy face. C'mon to
Grossinger's for the Labor Day
week, starting Sun., Aug. 29.

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