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May 13, 1966 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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Future Scientists Show Their Wares
Lubavitcher Rebbe Sends Message
to Dinner Here; Morse, Rabbi Posner to
Talk; Stoll man Honorary Chairman

UAR Executes
Egyptian Who
Fled to Israel

The family also dedicated a Has-
Guests at the Chabad-Lubavitch
silver anniversary reception and sidic library- in memory of their
dinner, Monday, at Latin Quarter, parents, at Cong. Mishkan Israel
LONDON (JTA) — Egyptian
will hear a message from the Luba- Nusach Lubavitcher Center.
Flight Captain Helmi Mahmoud
vitcher Rebbe, world leader of the Their father, the late Jacob Laza-
Abbas who defected to Israel in
Lubavitcher movement. The mes- roff was a member of the syna-
1964 was executed Tuesday. Capt.
sage will be delivered by Rabbi gogue for many years, and served
Abbas, who flew to Israel and
Zalman Posner of Nashville, Tenn., as its secretary
asked sanctuary, later went to Ar-
Mrs. Kurtzman, descendant of
founder and leader of the Akiva
gentina. In Buenos Aires he sur-
Day School in Nashville and spiri- Hassidim, has been active in the
rendered to the Egyptian Embassy.
tual leader of Cong. Shearith Israel. Chabad movement for many years.
He was flown to the UAR and tried
Rabbi Posner will also present A room at Beth Lazaroff has been
in Cairo by a court-martial. He was
merit awards to five Detroiters to dedicated in her parent's name.
sentenced to death.
be honored at the dinner—Charles Now she is working to complete the
new
medical
center
building
at
E. Fienberg and Harry L. Schumer
Workmen's Circle
and • Mesdames William Hordes, Mar Chabad.
Morris Schaver and Rachel Kurtz-
to Honor Albert Orlow
man. They are being honored for
their dedicated service to the
on 85th Birthday
bubavitcher movement locally and
Workmen's Circle Branch 111
abroad.
will celebrate the 85th birthday of
Senator Wayne Morse of Ore-
Albert Orlow,' active member of the
gon, will be the guest speaker at
Workmen's Circle, 8 p.m. today at
The Hillel Day School Annual Science Fair produced a wide
the dinner.
at the W.C. Center. Mr. Orlow's
variety of original experiments by Hillel students. Winners of first
Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m.
children will co-host the event.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
and second prizes are (from left) first row: Robert Schostak, Robert
The Detroit Jewish Community
to The Jewish News)
A program of speeches, vocal
Schloss,
William
Kuhel,
William
Lansat
and
Barry
Kuhel;
second
is invited. For. reservations call
PARIS—The Polish embassy in
selections
and recitations will be
row: David Reed, Aviva Schliff, Richard Margolin, Deborah Groner,
the Lubavitch regional office, 544- Paris refused Wednesday to pro-
presented.
and Nathan Schiff; third row: Maurice Klein, Sandra Singer, Ronald
vide visas for Israel journalists,
7168.
Mr. Orlow has been a member
Spalter, Reva Kamen, and fourth row: Mrs. Henry Politzer, junior
Announcement was made that including a Jewish Telegraphic
high school science teacher, Rabbi Simon Murciano, headmaster of
of Branch 111 since its inception
Phillip Stollman, prominent Miz- Agency correspondent, who had
49 years ago. He has held many
rachi leader and chairman of the planned to go from here to Poland the school, Mark Goldsmith, Devorah Eizikovic, and Mrs. Jules Alt-
offices during. this period, but
American Committee for Bar-Ilan to cover the visit there of Israel's man, elementary science teacher.
the longest has been, and still is,
University, has been named an Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
as executive director of the W.
The Embassy, which had ac-
honorary chairman of the Chabad
C. Cemetery Department. He has
dinner committee. Abe Kasle is cepted the requests for the visas,
seen the W. C. Cemetery at Gra-
the other honorary chairman. expressed apologies for being un-
tiot and 14 Mile Rd. grow from
Avern Cohn is the dinner chair- able to provide_the visas for lack
a small plot to a memorial park
of "a positive answer" from offi-
man.
Election of officers, presentation
All members and their friends
serving the Jewish community at
The following have aided in spe- cials in Warsaw. Israeli officials in
large, as well as the Workmen's
cial Lubavitcher projects at Mar Paris were trying to determine of annual reports, an outline of are invited to participate in this
Circle membership.
why the Polish government had plans for future activities and the meeting.
Chabad and
rejected the right of journalists showing of an important docu-
Camp GanIs-
The documentary film to be
In addition to his many W.C.
to enter Poland for strictly pro- mentary film on the treatment of shown at the ZOD annual meeting activities, • he is an active member
rael: Phillip and
fessional work.
M a x Stollman,
Zionism and Zionists in the Soviet is entitled "The
of City of Hope.
who dedicated a
Union will mark the annual meet- Price of Silence."
Mr. Orlow lives at 3566 West
room in the new
ing of the Zionist Organization of It features Ed-
Report on Bar-Han
Outer Dr., with his children, Rose
Medical Center
Detroit, 8 p.m. May 23, at the ward G. Robin-
Simon and Louis.
Given to Humphrey
at Mar Chabad;
son as prosecu-
Zionist Cultural Center.
Mrs. Molly Henig
tor.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — A ten
Appearing with
a n d daughters,
year progress report on America's
Robinson in this
Mrs. Clara Stul-
only chartered institution of Austrian Govt. Charged
berg and Mrs.
higher education in Israel was With Inaction on Damage film, which was
produced by the
Helen Honigman.
submitted here to Vice-President
VIENNA (JTA) — The Jewish Jewish Chautau-
who dedicated a
Hubert H. Humphrey in his offices
Documentation Center accused the
REPAIR AND
cabin at Camp
by representatives of Bar-Ilan Austrian Government of doing very qua Society are:
INSTALLATION
Robinson
Gan Israel in Stollman
University located in Ramat Gan. little to stop desecrations of graves U.S. Delegate to
memory of their husband and
UN Arthur J. Goldberg, Senator
A specially struck medallion
QUALITY WORK AT
father, Isaac Henig; Mrs. Sophia commemorating the university's of Jewish martyrs.
Jacob K. Javits, Bishop Reuben
REASONABLE
PRICES
Bregman and Mrs. Sarah Reis- first decade was presented to the
The center cited the situation of H. Mueller, Jan Peerce, Judge
man, who dedicated rooms in the Vice-President by Edward Adams, 180 such graves near the Hungarian
new medical center at Kfar Cha- close friend of Bar-Ilan, in behalf border which, the center charged, Vivian Bose, Israel Shenker, Har-
bad. The medical center serves of Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, of was so neglected that local resi- rison Salisbury and Rabbis
"Get Our Price Last"
not only Kfar Chabad, but the sur- New York, its acting president, dents had turned the area into a Maurice N. Eisendrath' and George
rounding area as well.
B. Lieberman.
who was ill and could not attend. municipal rubbish dump.
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, the
Joining the presentation were
educational arm of the Lubvitcher
movement began its activities in IVIatityahu Adler, Bar-Ilan's di-
the United States 25 years ago. It rector general here on a visit,
was initiated by the late Rabbi and Harold N. Blond, director of
Joseph I. Schneersohn, world development.
leader of the Lubavitcher. The aim
of Merkos has been "to promote Arabs Could Defeat
Jewish religious education among Israel in 12 Days—Nasser
the younger generation in the spirit
BEIRUT (ZINS) — President
of Torah-true Judaism."
Abdul Nasser declared in an inter-
Feinberg, together with the late view published in the local news-
William Hordes, initiated the pur- paper "El Anwar," that "a uni-
chase of Camp Gan Israel from the fied Arab army would require only
Boy Scout movement. He is especi- 12 days to defeat Israel and to
ally interested in the project, hav- bring her to her knees."
ing long been interested in the wel-
Nasser said that Egypt alone
fare of youth as a leader in the Boy - was capable of defeating Israel
Scout movement. Feinberg also but that a military operation on
* Kindergarten through 7th Grade
dedicated the first cabin at Camp the southern front was not de-
Gan Israel in memory of Fred M. sirable from the Arab point of
* Intensive Hebrew program
Butzel.
view. Israel must be attacked
Mr. and Mrs. Hordes were in- through Jordan and Syria and
* Advanced General Studies program
strumental in helping to finance these countries must prepare
* Individualized instruction
the purchase of the camp, and themselves for such a move, he
last year $ 5 5, 0 0 0 was raised said.
* Staff of 14 qualified teachers
through the William Hordes Mem-
orial Fund to remodel the camp
* Bus transportation provided
facilities. The main building was Israeli Deputies Arrive
named in memory of Mr. Hordes. in Brussels as Guests
* Scholarships available
Mrs. Schaver's parents, Jacob of Belgian Parliament
and Anna Lazaroff, who were fol-
"Your child receives a superior secular and Hebrew
BRUSSELS (JTA) — Nine
lowers of the Chabad movement, members of Israel's Knesset
education during the course of the normal school day."
left a bequest to build a dormitory (Parliament) arrived here as
in Kfar Chabad Israel. The chil-
guests of the Belgian Parliament.
dren, including the Schaver, Laza-
WE CORDIALLY INVITE THE COMMUNITY TO
They were met at the airport by
roff and Tenenbaum families com-
leaders of the Belgian Senate and
pleted the building of a student
Chamber of Deputies, officers of
dormitory costing $250,000 bearing
the Belgo-Israeli section of the
the name Beth Lazaroff. Last year
Interparliamentary Union, Israel
a new sanctuary was dedicated
Ambassador
Amiel Najar, and a
at Mar Chabad in memory of Anna
Lazaroff and 20 members of the delegation representing the Zionist
three families were at the dedica- Federation of Belgium. The Is-
raeli delegation is headed by
tion ceremonies.
Call 342-9119 or LI 1-2485
Reuven Barkatt, and includes
Moshe Rosetti, general secretary
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
of the Knesset.
10—Friday, May 13, 1966

Poland Bars
Newsmen from
Eban Sessions

ZOO Election Meeting May 23;
USSR Documentary to Be Shown

LAWN
SPRINKLERS

527-5044

AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL

ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION FOR

KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE

AT OUR NEW LOCATION IN OAK PARK

for school year beginning September, 1966

Attend Open House

Wednesday Morning, May 18th at 9:30 A.M.
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