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March 31, 1967 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Friday, March 31, 1967-13

Israeli Art Exhibit
to Be in Saginaw

Beth Shalom Holds Bond Event

"Young and Old Masters of Is-
rael" is the title of an exhibition
to be presented April 15-19 at
Temple Bnai Israel of Saginaw.
, The opening will be 7-9 p.m.
April 15,
Included are works by Anatoli
Kaplan, Jacob Steinhardt, Tu: ia
Beeri, Aharon Bezalel, Moshe
Castel, Joseph Halevi, Moshe Gat,
Simon Karen-liar and Herman
Struck, The exhibit is presented
by Safrai Art Gallery of Jerusalem.
Among the art works are hand-
blown Israeli glass, fashioned after
the ancient Roman and Egyptian
glass, wooden sculptures on bibli-
cal themes and a collection of
notepaper with reproductions on
each sheet.
Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Goldberger
are chairmen of the exhibit.

At the Beth Shalom Purim dinner-dance, which resulted in
Israel Bond purchases totaling nearly $23,000, including advance
sales, are (from left) Lew Norman, guest star; Mrs. Charles Factor,
Sisterhood president; Mrs. Norman Goldman, ticket chairman;
General S. L. A. Marshall, who introduced Gen, Ariel Sharon,
director of military training of Israel's defense forces, who was
guest speaker; Rabbi Mordecai Halpern, spiritual leader of Beth
Shalom; Frank Nelson, president of the congregation and Dr.
Sidney Hertz, who hosted a leadership reception.

GROt4KOWSKI

SOUTHFIELD COUNCIL

UNEXPIRED TERM

Rated "Preferred" by Homeowners Groups. Endorsed by
Business and Civic Leaders.

Pol. Adv.

Why Change a Winning City?

Louis Berry to Be Given JNF Honor;
to Plant Israel Forest in His Name

Louis Berry has been named to
receive the 1967 Jewish National
Fund honor of having a forest in
Israel planted in his name.

Berry will be accorded the
year's tribute at a dinner to be
held at the Shaarey Zedek June 6.
Leonard N. Simons, last year's
JNF awardee, has been named
chairman of the dinner planning
committee. A nationally prominent
speaker will address the event.

f

Berry, currently president of many important civic and Jewish
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, is nationally posts.
prominent as a member of the
Jewish Theological Seminary cabi-
net, as a leader in Israel Bonds
and United Jewish Appeal.
He is a former Allied Jewish
Campaign chairman and has held

Quebec Jews . Demand
State Aid Jewish Schools

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

LOUIS BERRY

Israel
Tour
Teen
f r agers

a••• 7 FULL AND
EXCITING
WEEKS
✓ FOR JEWISH
HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS
...AGES 15 TO l8,
ROUND TRIP
BY JET
✓ ;1-DAY
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STOPOVER



*

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In Israel, ITT
Participants enjoy:

Visits to Biblical landmarks and
holy places
* Meetings with government °Hi.
vials and lectures on Israeli life
* Gatherings with Israeli youth
* Trips through the length and
breadth of the land
* Work period with kibbutz
pioneers

SHABBAT & KASHRUT OBSERVED
Sponsored by AMERICAN.
ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION

JOINT AGENCY OF HADASSAH
AND THE ZIONIST
ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
In cooperation with the American
Zionist Youth Foundation, Inc. and
the Jewish Agency (Jerusalem). The
American Zionist Youth Commission
is an acknowledged leader In Jewish
education and camping, and has con -
ducted annual Summer in Israel
courses since 1951.
Experienced and responsible Ameri
can and Israeli leaders supervise
and guide the group ensuring ex
Pert direction and care. For bro.
chure and f u r t her information
write or call Mrs. E. Stone.

ISRAEL TOUR

FOR TEENAGERS

41WERiCAN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION

116 W 14th St. • New York, N. Y. 10011

ORegon 5 1164

to the Jewish News)
MONTREAL (.1TA I — The Coun-
cil of Jewish Educational Institu-
tions of Greater Montreal demanded
Monday that the government of
Quebec extend to Jewish elemen-
tary schools the same grants which
the prmincial ministry of educa-
tion has proposed to give to pri-
vately operated schools on the sec-
ondary or post-secondary level.
The ministry's - move, proposed
in a bill now pending in the House
of Commons, would make available
grants of $350 a year for students
in the private high schools, and
5450 for students taking post-sec-
mdary courses in private schools.
lowever, no provision was made
or elementary school students
under nongovernmental auspices.
In this city, there are five Jewish
day high schools.
In a telegram to Quebec Minis-
ter of Education Jean Jacques Bert-
rand. the Jewish body. which is
sponsored by the Canadian Jewish
Congress. stressed: "Close to 4.500
children attend Jewish day schools
in Montreal. imposing an unbear
ably heavy burden on the parents
and the community. These schools
carry a full program and would
undoubtedly qualify for full gov-
ernment approval."

LEONARD N. SIMONS

Gorrelick Testimonial

to Take Place April 9

The community-wide testimonial
dinner honoring Rabbi Benjamin
H. Gorrelick, to be held 7 p.m.
April 9 in the Beth Aaron social
ball. will be sponsored by Beth
Aaron Synagogue, its men's club
' and sisterhood.

The congregation is paying tri-
bute to Rabbi Gorrelick for receiv-
ing an honorary doctor of divinity
degree from the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America. Rabbi
,Gorrelick is in his 17th year as
• spiritual leader of Beth Aaron and
in his 34th year in the rabbinate.
Dr. Israel J. Kazis. spiritual
leader of Temple Mishkan Tefila.
Boston. the oldest Conservative
congregation in New England. will
he guest speaker.
I
For reservations. call the syna-
gogue office. UN 1-5222.

Governor Appoints

Rabbi Donin

Rabbi Hayim Donin of Cong.
Bnai David has been appointed by
Gov. Romney to the Governor's
Ethical and Moral Panel. an ad-
visory group consisting of repre-
sentatives of various faiths.
The panel meets with the goy-
ernor to discuss ethical and moral
implications of various public is.
sues. Rabbi Donin succeeds the '
late Rabbi Morris Adler to this
position.
Rabbi Donin is a member of the
executive board of the Rabbinical
Council of America and of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit. He also
serves as co-chairman of its com-
munity relations committee.
He is a commissioner on the
parent - youth guidance commission
of the city of Southfield and is
a member of the board of educa
tion of the Akiva Hebrew Day
School, which he helped found. '

Revolutionary Leader
-Michele Amari. a 19th Century
Italian revolutionary leader, was
the first Jew to serve in the revo-
lutionary government of Sicily
when he was minister of finance
in 1848.

The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany last
year allocated a total of nearly
$200.000 for educational and re-
habilitation projects in England.

RE-ELECT

TOM ROWLEY

EXPERIENCED

Councilman Since 1961

DEDICATED

Nine Years of Effort Helping Area
Develop Into the Finest City in
Michigan

SINCERE

Interested in Maintaining a Fine
City for Your Children .and Mine.

YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT

VOTE

El MONDAY, APRIL 3rd

Pol. Adv .

RE-ELECT

.

SOUTHFIELD'S MAYOR

JAMES CLARKSON

Monday, April 3, 1967

0;

Mayor James Clarkson has been officially endorsed by Southfield
Home Owners and Civic Associations. He has a proven record
of service to the peopleof working for their interests.

* VETERAN * ATTORNEY * PREFERRED

CITIZENS TO RE-ELECT MAYOR JAMES CLARKSON

Pol Ad.

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