28—Friday, January 13, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Honor CARE for Kosher Food Aid
Evening for J1N-F
Set for Jan. 26
Carl A ifas Celebrate
a Golden 2V1ilestone
Israel's Agriculture Skills
Sought by Europeans
JERUSALEM (ZINS)—Not only
underdeveloped countries, but even
some very advanced European
countries are anxious to learn from
Israel some of its agricultural
knowhow. In this area young Israel
has virtually accomplished mira-
cles. Thus, prior to the establish-
ment of the state, one dunam
(quarter of an acre) of soil pro-
duced 120 kilograms (44 pounds) of
corn. The same dunam today pro-
duces 1,000 kilograms. Several
years ago a dunam of soil yieldecl,-- ---J
220 kilograms of wheat, wherea.s.
today the yield is 650 kilograms.
Haaretz, in publishing these fig-
ures, adds that even American
experts are no match for the Is-
raeli economic advisers who are
serving so successfully (in under-
developed countries. The paper
comments that in addition to their
excellent agricultural skill, the
Israelis are not suspected of ul-
terior motives by the underdevel-
oped countries by virtue of the
fact that they themselves come
from a small country and do not
look down upon the native born.
The annual Landsmanshafte -i
evening of culture and entertain-
ment for the Jewish National
F u n d, which will take place
8:30 p. m. Jan. 26, at the
Labor Zionist Institute, will have
Rabbi Philip Shnairson of New
York, of Hasidic
Lubavitch 1 i n e-
a g e, as guest
MR. AND MRS. ARFA
Featured on the
program will be
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arfa of James
the premiere pre-
St., Oak Park, celebrated their
sentation by the
50th wedding anniversary Sunday
at a brunch given at the Town and
Choral Group of
Country Club for family and
CARE, the international agency helping needy persons through• the Jewish Com-
out the World, has been honored by the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Celebrating with Mr. and Mrs.
under the direc-
Congregations of America with a special award for service to tradi-
Arfa were their children, Mr. and
tion of Cantor
tional Judaism. The award was voted to CARE for its cooperation
Mrs. Jerome Arfa, Dr. and Mrs.
during the past 17 years with the Orthodox Union's Kosher Certifi- Nicholas Fenakel.
Alvin August and Mr. and Mrs.
cation Service, in providing more than 1,000,000 packages of kosher in a cantata, "Is-
Yale Arfa of Shaker Heights, 0.,
food to needy Jewish families in Europe and Israel. A scroll was
and their eight grandchildren.
presented at the Orthodox Union's recent 68th anniversary national
biennial convention in Washington. Shown during the presentation
Insurance Agent's Clients
are, (from left) • Rabbi Alexander S. Rosenberg, of Yonkers, The film of Is-
N.Y., rabbinic administrator of Kosher Certification Service; Frank rael's last Inde-
Help Build JNF Forest
Goffio of Scarsdale, N.Y., CARE executive director; and Nathan K. pendence D a y Rabbi Shnairson
Because of - his loyal customers,
celebration taken by Louis Levine
Gross of New York, UOJCA national vice-president, chairman of
Anton Rosenfeld, a Pruden-
UOJCA Joint Commission for Kosher Certification.
Now Booking —
Rabbi Shnairson spent his for- tial Insurance Co. representative
mative years in Jerusalem. He at-
tended the Talmudic Academy of forest in Israel through the Jewish
Yeshiva University, began his rab- National Fund.
and His Orchestra
Cantor Rosenfeld, a special agent
binical training at the Hebrew
Theological College in Chicago, with the Detroit Agency, 1313 First
Several years ago, Ner Israel and was ordained at the Jewish National Bank Building, provided
for All Occasions
Rabbi Jacob Weinberg, dean of
Yeshivah Ner Israel, Toronto, will established a branch in Toronto, Theological Seminary of America his policy holders and businessmen
be guest speaker at the annual where Rabbi Weinberg is now in 1951. He holds bachelor and in the community with over $500,-
banquet of Mikvah Israel and the dean.
masters degrees in psychology 000 of insurance protection last
Guest soloist on the program will from Northwestern University.
Women's Orthodox League 6:30
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p.m. Sunday at Young Israel of be Ben Zion Shenker, Hasidic can-
Rabbi Shnairson held pulpits in
Northwest Detroit. for and recording artist.
Orlando, Fla., and Winnipeg, Can-
Descended from many genera- For information and reserva- ada, where he established a day
Photography at its finest at the
tions in Israel, Rabbi Weinberg tions, call Mrs. Shlomo Rothen- school.
most reasonable price
was raised in New York, and berg, UN 4-2230, or Mrs. Moshe
The Golden Age Choral Group
ordained at Yeshivah and Mesiv- Grossbard, UN 1-6468.
consists of senior citizens 65 years
to Chaim Berlin.
of age and over. The group has
In New York, he was a pio-
received many awards and in 1964
neer in the arrangement and
was presented with a certificate
542 - 7692
implementation of the after-
of merit in recognition for its con-
noon release hours, whereby chil-
tribution to the good and welfare
dren are released from public
Lt. Col. Izhar Harari, a Liberal of their neighbors.
school to attend religious classes.
The soloist of the evening will
Party deputy in Israel's Knesset,
From there, he moved to Balti-
will present a confidential report be Miss Esther Kaufman. Bella
more to accept a position of
Goldberg will be the accompanist.
to a select group : ...-
"Buy With Confidence"
rosh yeshiva in one of America's
Harry Kaminer, chairman of the
of Zionist leader- .
largest institutions of higher ship 8:30 p.m.:
committee of Landsmanshaften for
learning, Yeshivah Ner Israel.
JNF, will preside. Members of the
Thursday, at the
committee are J. Balberor, Louis
Labor Zionist In-
Bassin, Sam Belkin, A. E. Beten-
sky, Israel Burnstein, Louis H. Co-
He is a member
han, Israel Finkelstone, Ben Grant,
of the Knesset's:
Jacob Gubow, Benjamin Halpern,
The DETROIT SOCIETY FOR and security corn-
Julius Honey-man, Joshua Joyrich,
OPEN THURS., FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH will mittee, a member
Philip Kaplan, William Keller,
meet 2 p.m. Saturday at the Main of the central
Philip Levine, Louis S. Lifshitz,
Library. Mrs. Irene McCreery, committee of the
Mrs. A. London, Jack Ormond,
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
head of the local history and Israel Bar Association and former Sam Rubin, Mrs. S. Sborow, Bert
genealogy division, Toledo Public member of the board of directors Seedberg, Morris Sklar, I. Sosnick,
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
Library, will talk on "Genealogical of the United Nations League in and Nathan Wiss.
Resources at Toledo." Meetings are Israel and Tel Aviv University.
free, and the publifi is invited.
Harari, a native-born Israeli, was Hartford Jewish Paper
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Harari has written many articles -Ledger, has sold the English-Jew-
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tine Hennessy, is a native of Con- problems of Israel which have ap- managing editor, and Mrs. Shirley
necticut and has previously danced peared in the Israeli and foreign W. Bunis, its advertising manager.
leading roles with the Ballet Russe press.
Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman, who
de Monte Carlo, Bremen Opera Bal-
For information, call the His- founded the weekly with Samuel
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let in Germany, and Robert Jof- tadrut office, UN 4-7094.
Neusner, agreed to continue as
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Mrs. Neusner succeeded Mr. Neus-
The fabulous BATMOBILE, most-
ner as publisher after Mr. Neus-
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
seen, best-known automobile of re- Spend $65,000,000 a Year ner's death in 1960.
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Tourists
cent years, will be one of the top
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Gaster and Mrs. Bunis, who have
attractions at the 15th annual Auto- visiting Israel spent a total of $65,-
rama in Detroit's Cobo Hall Jan.
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• Immediate Repair
minister for tourism. He reported in their posts as editor and ad-
WINSH113 SCHOOL PTA will that since only 40 per cent of the vertising manager in addition to
hold its first meeting of the year total number of tourists are Jews, their duties as publishers.
Rabbi Feldman said that the
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