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April 07, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-07

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24—Friday, April 7, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Teach Hebrew 4 Habet Ushma' Way

Orzai OritI2
Activities

ZAGER-STONE LODGE wit
present Mrs. Hy Matoff with hon
orary membership in the lodge
at a testimonial meeting 8:30 p.m.
April 18 at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Mrs. Matoff was instru-
mental in raising funds over the
past several years to aid the lodge.
and she will receive a plaque not-
ing her efforts. The nominating
committee will bring recommenda-
tions for a slate of officers. and a
grand prize will be awarded to
one of the 50 members who made
contributions to the fund drive.
The lodge also will present a
plaque to the Harry Paull family
in memory of the late Mrs. Paul
(Fritziel. in whose memory a
Miss Katherine Davies of the Chilton Center for Curriculum
grove of trees was planted in
Development is shown conducting a demonstration class in the
Israel.
teaching of Hebrew by the "Habet L'shma" audio-visual method.
• • •
Seventy teachers, administrators and laymen interested in the field
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP-
of Jewish education participated in the seminar which preceded
TER will meet 8:15 p.m. April
a week-long training course sponsored by the Jewish Community
18 at the Oak Park Community
Center. The 24 teachers, representing 10 different schools and
Center. Topic of the program will
institutions in Michigan, Ohio and Ontario. will be accredited as
be "Our Passover Seder." Refresh-
quality instructors in this new method which was developed at the
ments will be served.
Technion in Israel. •
• * •
DOWNTOWN FOX CHAPTER
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the BBYO Center. There will
be a review of four books of in-
terest to American Jewish women
William M. Wetsman, president grain created to assist the increas- by Mrs. Clara Jones from the
of the Jewish Vocational Service, ing number of young people who Hubbard Library.
• • •
announces that the summer job apply to the Jewish Vocational
BUSINESS A N D PROFES-
placement program for high school Service for help in finding well-
and college students is again under paying summer work to enable SIONAL CHAPTER will hold its
way.
them to continue their education. first general meeting under the
This is a special placement pro- For many students, entering or administration, 8:30 p.m., April 18
continuing in college. will depend at Cong. Beth 'fillet. Games and
partially or completely on summer prizes will be featured, and re-
freshments will be served. Guests
earnings.
are invited.
The students who come to the
JVS for help in finding summer
work have a wide range of voca- Louis Barden Named
tional abilities. Students referred
to jobs will be carefully screened to Vocational Service
This Week's Radio and
to take into account their specific
Television Programs
career objectives and special Division of Bnai Brith
abilities.
William A. Wexler, president of
HIGHLIGHTS
the International Order of Bnai
Employers who need summer
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Brith,
recently announced the ap-
workers, particularly manual
Station: WJBK
pointment of Louis E. Barden of
laborers, stock and shipping
and
Oak Park as a member of the Bnai
clerks, drivers, office clerks,
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Brith Vocational
typists, cashiers and sales clerks,
Station: Channel 2
Service Commis-
are requested to use the place-
Feature: A series of four pro-
sion.
ment facilities of this agency.
grams on the "History of Jews in
This service
Employers can call Mrs. Anna-
Michigan" begins. The little-known
Rose Vass. placement director, bureau was es-
fact that there were Jewish set-
tablished by Bnai
WO 8370.
tlers among the early pioneers is
ye B. Frank and Robert A. Brith in 1938 to
explored in this first program. Par-
assist young peo-
ticipating are James M. Babcock, Steinberg are co-chairmen of the ple to find happi-
chief of the Burton Historical Col- JVS summer job placement pro-

ness
and security
lection of the Detroit Public Li- ; gram.
in work.
brary; Irving Katz, executive sec-
Barden, an at-
retary of Temple Beth El, who will Judaica to Be Presented
torney, is a past
serve as host; and Evelyn Orbach
to
Canadian
Nat'l.
Library
president of the
and Rube Weiss. narrator. (See
MONTREAL (JTA) — Several Metropolitan Bnai Barden
story Page 23).
hundred volumes of Judaica have Brith Council and was one of the
• *
been ordered from suppliers in founders in 1946. He is presently
HEAR OUR VOICE
Paris for inclusion in the Jewish chairman of the Metropolitan
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
collection at the National Library Division of the Allied Jewish
Station: WCAR
at Ottawa, it was announced Mon- Campaign.
This weekend, he and Mrs. Bar-
Feature: "Contemporary Cantor- day by the Canadian Jewish Con-
den will attend the annual national
ial Music" featuring renditions by gress.
commission
meeting in the Sher-
Cantor Harold Orbach.
The collection is a gift of the
* • *
Canadian Jewish community in ob- man House, Chicago. Representa-
tives
will
be
addressed
by Wexler
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
servance of the centenary of
and Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Canada's confederation.
vice president of the order.
Station: WXYZ
In addition to basic classics of
Feature: Rabbi Arthur J. Lely- Judaica in English. Hebrew and
JNF
Foundation to Launch
veld of Fairmount Temple, Cleve- Yiddish, the collection will include
land, author of the soon to be re- microfilms of Canadian Jewish $1 Million Project in Israel
leased book "Atheism Is Dead," periodicals, which were made avail-
NEW YORK (JTA)—The inaugu-
will speak on "The Challenge of able through the New York Public ration of a million-dollar project in
Radical Theology."
Library. Another part of the collec- Israel, through the Jewish National
• • *
tion will be comprised of publica- Fund Foundation, to bear the
ETERNAL LIGHT
tions and books produced through names of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
grants made by the Conference on Schiff, was announced here Sunday
Station WWJ
Jewish Material Claims Against night at a dinner honoring Schiff,
Feature: "Eli, A Mystery Play." Germany and the Memorial Foun- past president of the Jewish Na-
by Nelly Sachs. adapted for radio dation for Jewish Culture,
tional Fund of America.
by Virginia Mazer. This program
Congressman Emanuel Celler,
is the second in a series of three
Israel's Exports
New York Democrat and dean of
dramatizations based on the life
Israel's exports of goods and the House of Representatives , de-
and work of the German-Jewish services reached a total of $880,- livered the principal address. He
poet who shared last year's Nobel 000,000 during 1966 with the aid of said that termination of the cold
Prize for literature with S. Y. Israel Bonds, as compared with war would lead to recognition of
Agnon.
$70,000,000 during 1951, when the Israel by the Arab states and to
• • •
Israel Bond drive started. The fig- Arab-Israeli peace.
DIRECTIONS
ure for 1967 is expected to exceed
Congratulatory messages were
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday
$1,000,000,000. As a result of received from President Lyndon
Station: Channel 7
Israel's current concentration on B. Johnson, Vice President Hubert
Feature: "Elie Wiesel" an inter- production foi export, the coun- H. Humphrey, Israel President Zal-
view with readings from the work try's trade deficit has been reduced man Shazar, Prime Minister Levi
of the well-known Hungarian-Jew- by 20 per cent during the past two Eshkol and former Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion.
ish writer.
years.

Jewish Vocational Service Seeking
Summer Jobs for Young People

g ewry

On

ManyGiftsAugment Bnai Brith
Fund for Synagogue in Trenton

Many gifts are augmenting the
Beth Isaac Rehabilitation Fund
for the rebuilding of the burned
synagogue in Trenton, it was an-
nounced this week by Bernard
Panush and Irving Schmolka, in
behalf of the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council.
The fund was started by Bnai
Brith and contributions have come
in from many non-Jews, in addi-
tion to gifts from Jewish groups

Gol de n II -edding Date

foi .

Goldstein.s-

Hill-I.1'

MR. AND MRS. GOLDSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldstein of
Mark Twain Ave. will be honored
at a luncheon given by their chil-
dren at Raleigh House Sunday in
celebration of their 50th wedding
anniversary.
Married in Detroit April 23, 1917,
they are the parents of Leo and
Mrs. Carl Burstein. They have four
grandchildren.

and individuals.
"The response is heartening and
we welcome additional gifts which
can be made through Bnai Brith,
19951 Livernois, telephone 341-
0863," the Bnai Brith leaders
stated.

Casablanca Governor
at Orphans' Bar Mitzva

CASABLANCA (JTA) — Col.
Sefrioui, governor . of Casablanca,
attended a Bar Mitzva ceremony
here for 17 Jewish boys. He was
accompanied by his wife and three
of his closest associates.
The ceremony was sponsored by
the En Habanim association, an
organization engaged in religious
teaching of poor Jews, The associ-
ation annually arranges for a Bar
Mitzva for orphaned Jewish boys.
The governor spent three hours
with the group. Grand Rabbis
Messas and Malka sat with the
governor and his party.
One of the orphans sang He-
brew songs during the ceremony
and was later presented with a gift
of 150 dirharns ($30) by the gov-
ernor, whose attendance at the
event was widely commented on
by Casablanca Jewry.
The attendance at the ceremony
by the governor was considered
an expression of friendship to the
Jewish community not only by
him but also by the King of
Morocco.

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