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May 06, 1966 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, May 6, 1966

National Young Israel to Help Set Up Mar Rotenberg Village Near Haifa

The National Council of Young
Israel has announced it will join
forces with the Detroit Friends of
Kfar Rotenberg to establish a new
village near Haifa, Israel. This
participation was undertaken
through the initiative of Rabbi
Samuel H. Prero, spiritual leader
of Northwest Young Israel and
president of the Metropolitan De-
troit Council.
The announcement was made at
a breakfast meeting Sunday, at
Imperial Kosher
Restaurant b y
Norman Allan,
general chairman
of the Kfar Ro-
tenberg Dinner,
which will take
place on May 29
at the Statler
Hilton Hotel.
Kf a r Roten-
berg is being
named in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Rabbi Prero
Julius Rotenberg, patrons of Jew-
ish education and benefactors of
many Israeli causes.
Rotenberg, born in 1892 into a
Hassidic family, came to Detroit
in 1914 and 18 years later founded

Chabad

the General Mill Supply Co. He is
a member of the board of trustees
of Cong. Bnai David and was one
of the first supporters of Sinai Hos-
pital. He actively supports the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis, Beth
Yehudah Schools, Yeshiva Chach-
mey Lublin Yeshivat Hadorom in
Israel, State of Israel Bonds, Allied
Jewish Campaign and the Luba-
vitcher movement.
Mrs. Rotenberg was born in
Tolianovke, near Lutsk, Russia.
She plays an active role in many
Jewish women's organizations,

Vote for College
Trustees Monday

Milton Marwil, Paul Borman,
Prof. Otto Feinstein, Prof. John
Weiss, Murray Jackson, Stanley
Lewin, Irving J. Rubin and Irving
Panush, are among the candidates
for Wayne County Community Col-
lege trustees who have received
wide endorsements.

general and religious studies. In
addition, the community will have Vf*********************
a synagogue and a Young Israel
JET AIR FARE TO TEL AVIV
community center.
ROUND TRIP costs . . . $535
*
If a European or other TOUR is
Young Israel will sponsor a
we can arrange it on
housing project for American and Ar desired,
request. We can arrange Tour
other families desirous of migrat- * within Israel if requested. We
;"i. can reserve Hotel rooms in Israel
ing to Israel.
on request.
At the first annual banquet giv- *
HHtSCHELD TRAVEL
en by the Friends of Kfar Roten-
AGENCY
berg, Ambassador James Roose-
* 2011 Park Ave., Room 811
velt will be guest speaker.
Max Sosin is dinner chairman.

including Hadassah, the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the Home for
the Aged. The Rotenbergs have
four children, Mrs. Daniel Stef-
fin, Mrs. Philip Deytsche, Man-
uel and Milton.
Kfar Rotenberg will comprise a
network of single residences, ter-
race houses and apartments. At
the focal point of the city will be
a school, modeled after the Theo-
logical Seminary Yeshivath Chach-
mey Lublin that stood in Lublin,
Poland. This school will be part
of an'educational complex that will
provide residents with elementary,
secondary and post-high school

*

Melvin Weisz

Parshan President
of Mishkan Israel

C. L. U.

Man of the Month

Dov Parshan was elected presi-
dent of Cong. Mishkan Israel
Nusach Hari-Lubavitcher Center at
its annual membership meeting
recently.
Also elected were Herman Axel-
There are three kind of lies: rod and Sol
lies, damned lies and statistics. — Levin, vice pres-
Amer. proverb.
ident s; Nick
Gonte, treasurer;
and Moshe Pol-
Dinner May 16
t e r, secretary.
Serving on the
board are Jacob
Bacow, Isaac
Bitterm an, Moshe
Dorfman, Morris
Glichin, J. Gor-
don, Paul Jacobs,
Parshan
Jacob Nosanchuk, Nathan Samet,
Isadore Starr and Irving Weiss.

"

child immigration, In North Africa,
IlipTe than 7,000 children receive
a-` "thorough Jewish education and
On the occasion of its Silver training in about 60 Merkos
Anniversary, the Detroit Friends
of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch in-
Here can be seen the rapidly
vite the community to their annual
dinner to be held on Monday, May increasing rate of enrollment in
16th at the Latin Quarter. The Merkos Schools throughout the
chairman of the dinner is Avern world.
Cohn and the guest speaker will 35,000
be U.S. Senator Wayne Morse
of Oregon. For further informa-
tion call 544-7168.
Under the direction of the pres-
ent Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi 30,000
Menachem M. Schneerson, the Mer-
kos has expanded its services to
Jewish communities around the
globe.
25,000
Through members of its unique
"peace corps," inaugurated by
Rabbi Schneerson, • more than
twelve years ago, Merkos opened 20,000
regional offices in more than a
dozen countries. Directors of these
foreign branches, with years of ex-
tensive training in diverse fields
15, 000
of Jewish education and welfare,
head a dedicated personnel, who
often sacrifice. These regional of-
fices serves as fortresses of Juda-
ism, through which the ramified
to, 000
activities of Merkos are extended
to outlying Jewish communities in
Eastern and Western countries.
All this global activity is coordi-
5, am
nated by the Merkos home office,
4,000
located at 770 Eastern Parkway
3,000
in Brooklyn, N.Y.
2,000
), 000
A recent survey has shown that
500
nearly 35,000 children are enrolled
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in schools operated by Merkos
throughout the world. This figure
does not include the enrollment
of the United Lubavitcher Yeshi-
vos in the United States, Canada, schools. These schools receive the
and Eretz Yisroel, which operate aid of the American Joint Dis-
independently. The varied educa- tribution Committee. Most of these
tional operations carried on by children receive not only a free
Merkos in Israel, include a detailed education, but also free clothing,
net work of Chabad - Lubavitch medical care, food, etc. Similar
schools stretching through com- services are extended in Merkos
munities large and small. These schools in other underdeveloped
schools have an enrollment of areas. Other M e r k o s schools
more than 6,000 children, and are are to be found in Argentina, Aus-
steadily expanding their facilities tralia, Brazil, Denmark, England,
in line with the current waves of France and Italy.

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