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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-14

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Jewish Community Foundation Committee
to Aid Hebrew Schools, Sinai, Council Projects

Grants approximating $60,000
have been recommended for pro-
jects that will strengthen pro-
grams and services available to
the Detroit Jewish community.
The action, taken Monday by the
Jewish Community Foundation
Committee of the United Jewish
Charities was announced by Max
J. Zivian, Chairman of the Com-
mittee and former UJC president.

Recommendations will be sub-
ject to approval by the board of
the UJC, whose president is Erwin
S. Simon. The foundation was es-
tablished in April 1964 by the
UJC board of directors as a re-
source for extra-budgetary pro-
grams related to the general
health, welfare, education, cul-
tural, group identification and
community relations objectives of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.

The UJC is the property hold-
ing and fiscal management arm
of Federation.
Approved for a one - year re-
newal of grants originally passed
in early 1965 were projects sub-
mitted by the Fresh Air Society,
United Hebrew Schools, and Jew-
ish Population Study by Dr. Al-
bert Mayer. Grants were recom-
mended for new projects proposed
by the Jewish Community Center,
Jewish Community Council and
Sinai Hospital.
The United Hebrew School
proposals were for continuation
of a textbook publication pro-
gram and a special teacher
training project. The textbook
series, conceived to teach young-
sters conversational Hebrew
through stories that depict con-
temporary, hence meaningful
American Jewish experiences,
was begun three years ago un-
der a grant from the United

Jewish Charities. The series was
written by Albert Elazar, super-
intendent of the United Heb-
rew Schools, and Dr. Naphtali
Weisner, educational consultant
for the schools.
Thus far a total of four books
of the "Habayit Hayehudi" and
the "Anu Lomdim Ivrit" series
have been completed, and are in
use by the United Hebrew Schools.
Inquires and repeated requests
for the books from other com-
munities give indication that the
books are meeting a long-felt need
in Jewish education. The additional
grant will enable the schools to
complete the series.
The teacher - training program
begun last year on a grant of
$9,500 is designed to provide an
accelerated training program for
public school teachers who have
had some Hebrew school train-
ing and teaching experience in
religious schools. The purpose is
to prepare them to teach English
subjects in the community-oper-
ated United Hebrew Schools, re-
leasing Hebrew teachers for addi-
tional teaching of Hebraic sub-
jects.
Thus far the program has pro-
vided six public school teachers
with a course of intensive study
last summer, and an on-going
study program during the school
year. The new grant will enable
the schools to continue the train-
ing of these six teachers, and ex-
pand the program by six more
during the summer of 1966. The
original six participants are now
engaged as members of the UHS
staff.
Sinai Hospital will launch an
experimental program to deter-
mine the value of integrating re-
latives of patients into the hos-
pital nursing routine. The re-
search is being undertaken be-

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Tel Aviv
University announced that it will
acquire an electric computer,
worth $1,000,000, being purchased
from an American firm. The
agreement to buy the computer
was signed between the univer-
sity and Control Data, a company
based in the United States.
Policy issues of the university,
whether academic or administra-
tive, will in the future be brought
before a coordinating committee
of the two branches for submis-
sion to either the senate or the
executive board of the university,
it was announced. Dr. George
Wise, president of the university,
is head of the committee.
The task of the new body is
to clarify major policy matters,
it was stated. Its decisions will
be binding. Dr. Wise said that,
in his understanding, this means
that the committee members will
be bound to support the decisions
of the committee when they take
the policy matters before their
respective policy-making bodies of
the university.

. . COME ALL

Camp Yehudah
Reunion

cause of concern for maintain-
ing high standards of patient
care in the face of increasing
shortage of nurses.
and
Patient care by relatives may
have additional value in meeting
the emotional needs of the patient,
providing continuity between home
and hospital routine, and alle-
viating the anxiety and depres-
Thursday, Jan. 20
sion that so frequently are a part
of hospitalization. It may also
8 p.m. Sharp
improve post-hospital home care,
and the doctor - patient - family
at
liason. Steps to begin the investi-
gation will begin at once.
Money granted to the Jewish
18501 West 10 Mile Rd.
Community Council will be for
Just West of Southfield
Jewish participation in "Project
Equality," a program initiated by
1965 Camp Films Will
the Archdiocese of Detroit, to
function on an inter-faith basis.
Be Shown.
The purpose of "Project Equality"
is to require fair employment
EVERYONE WELCOME
assurances from suppliers, in ad-
REFRESHMENTS
dition to the usual criteria of price,
quality and service; surveying the
ROSPECITIVE
hiring and promotion practices of
CAM PERS A ND1
suppliers; suggesting affirmative
actions which suppliers, as em-
'ARE NTS INVItE -ti;
ployers, can adopt to strengthen THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
8—Friday,
January
14,
1966
minority group opportunities.
(The archdiocese's Commission
for Human Relations is one of
several steps in the field of inter-
BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEW BUICK
group harmony initiated by Arch-
bishop John F. Dearden, for which
SEE
he will be honored at a testimonial
dinner by Temple. Beth El men's
club Feb. 21.)
Members of the Jewish Com-
AT
munity Foundation Committee with
Zivian are William Avrunin, Man-
dell L. Berman, Max M. Fisher,
Hyman Safran, Alan E. Schwartz,
BR 2-2550
17500 GRAND RIVER
Simon, Louis Tabashnik, Stanley
2 Blocks East of Southfield
J. Winkelman and Samuel Cohen,
secretary.

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`Good People Afraid to Get Involved'
Let KKK Rule, Station Owner Testifies

WASHINGTON — A town
"owned" by the Ku Klux Klan was
the picture of Bogalusa, Ala.,
painted by former radio station
owner Ralph Blumberg in testi-
mony before the House Un-Ameri-
can Activities Committee.
At committee hearings, Blum-
berg said the KKK still reigns in
Bogalusa despite a federal court
injunction, exposure of its mem-
bership and massive anti-Klan ef-
forts by the Justice Department
and civil rights groups.
Blumberg, 44, was a Klan oppo-
nent in Bogalusa until last Novem-
ber when he was forced to sell his
radio station, WBOX. He now lives
in Port Chester, N.Y.
Blumberg owned the station for
a few years and after threats
against his wife and child, whom
he sent to another city to be safe,
he continued to broadcast against
the Klan. Advertisers were re-
duced to one, and he had to sell
the station.

Tel Aviv U. to Purchase
$1,000,000 Computer;
New Policy Adopted

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German Friendship Group
to Back Israel Bond Sales

BONN (JTA)—Dr. Lotz Braun-
schweig, president of the German
Society for Friendship with Israel,
announced that the Society will
try to improve the climate be-
tween Germany and Israel. It is
intended especially to support and
promote the selling of Israel Bonds
in Germany.
A traveling exhibit of graphic
art by 16 Israeli artists was opened
in Kassel Monday in the presence
of Israel Ambassador Asher Ben-
Nathan and Dr. George A. Zinn,
premier of the province of Hesse.
The exhibition, comprising 140
drawings and paintings, will also
be held in Heidelberg, Wiesbaden

and Wuppertal.

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