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May 05, 1967 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-05

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26—Friday, May 5, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

11.etroit Native Risks Blisters
its 4-Day Lifers ustslassa _March

It may seem a strange form of
recreation for nurses to walk 25
mile's a day. for four days, up the
steep roads through the mountains
of Judea leading to Jerusalem.
But the 26 nurses and 10 male
members of the Hadassah Hospital
staff, including two doctors and a
pharmacist from Detroit, all agreed
that participation in the Four Day
March to Jerusalem was an ex-
hilarating experience.
In ancient days, a custom de-
veloped of going up to Jerusalem,
the holy city, for the spring and
autumn festivals. This has been
revived in modern Israel in the
form of the four-day march before
Passover each year. This year the
march attracted more than 12,000

participants, including many from
foreign lands.
The oldest participant was Yosef
Doren, 100, who has joined in the
march for the past eight years. He
lives in the Tel Aviv Old Age Home.
Eddy Superstine, formerly of
Wayne State University's college
of pharmacy, and now head of
Hadassah's pharmacy services, is a
veteran participant in the march,
with four medals to his credit.
Superstine explained how he felt
on the last lap of the march:
"You regain your strength, forget
about those blisters, and look about
you at the cedars, the pines, the
glorious living colors of the spring
flowers and the subtle different
shades of green. It is an unforget-
table experience to walk literally
in the footsteps of the Prophets,
in the Land of the Bible. And
with you walk thousands of others,
singing and clapping their hands
in time to their songs. There is
a wonderful spirit of camaraderie.
"At last you see Jerusalem glow-
ing on its height, looking much as
it must have looked in the days
when Solomon built the temple
It is so inspiring that the blisters
don't matter."

Adelman Named
Chairman of UJA
Collection Drive

Eddy Superstine, together with
a young Sabra fellow marcher, ar-
rives in the streets of Jerusalem,
having walked in the footsteps
of the Prophets on a four-day
march to Jerusalem. Superstine,
formerly of Detroit, is now head
of the pharmacy services of the
Hadassah - H e b r e w University
Medical Center in Jerusalem.

artA

,announcements

April 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred

The appointment of Albert B.
Adelman of Milwaukee as na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal's
$40,000,000
Cash
Collection Cam-
paign was an-
nounced by Max
M. Fisher of De-
troit, UJA gen-
eral chairman.
"Critical fund
shortages cou-
pled with rising
human needs in
Israel and other
overseas lands
where UJA agen-
cies carry out
vast relief and
recon s t r u ction
programs make
it imperative that
Adelman
the UJA raise this sum by June
30," Fisher said.
The National Cash Campaign
Committee which Mr. Adelman
heads is composed of 48 key lead-
ers, representing every section of
the country. The cash collection
drive will cover all the Jewish
communities in the United States
which are conducting drives this
spring on behalf of the UJA's
1967 nationwide campaign for $75,-
620,000.

Jewish Groups Seek
State Aid for Day
Schools in Montreal

MONTREAL (JTA) — Requests
that the government of Quebec sup-
port Jewish day schools in Montreal
from tax funds have been made
here by the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress and the Council of Jewish
Educational Institutions of Greater
Montreal.
A delegation representing the
two organizations voiced those re-
quests at a conference at Quebec
City with the province minister of
education, Jean Jacques Bertrand.
The delegation told the education
minister that the Jewish day schools
were not to be considered as "pri-
vate schools in the common sense
of the term." The Jewish day
schools, it was pointed out, were
not created in opposition to the
general school system, but rather
to maintain that system in full with
the added program of courses in
Jewish religion, culture and lan-
guages.
At present, government grants
are available only to independent
secondary schools. Five Jewish high
schools here are so recognized. The
delegation maintained that the per
capita cost of education of a child
from kindergarten to Grade 11
ought to be paid from tax revenues
to the officially recognized Jew-
ish day schools for every child en-
rolled in any of the specified

Israel Independence Day Event
to Mark 19th Year of Statehood

Rabbi Leon Fram will deliver
the keynote address at the city-
wide anniversary celebration of Is-
rael's independence 7:30 p.m. May
14 at Temple Israel.
Announcement of the event was
made by Dr. Samuel Krohn, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community

Council, and
Morris Lieber-
man, chairman
of the Zionist
Council of De-
troit. This marks
the 19th consecu-
tive year that the
Israel Indepen-
dence Day affair
has been held
under the joint
auspices of the
Community
Council and Zion-
ist Council.
Rabbi Fram
Rabbi Fram's
remarks will relate to the cultural
developments in Israel since the
re-establishment of the state in
1948. President of the Michigan As-
sociation of Reform Rabbis, Rabbi
Fram has served as president of
the Zionist Organization of De-
troit.
Tickets for the tradi".onal city-
wide program are available
through the Jewish Community
Council, WO 2-6710.
grades.
On the planning committee ar-
Meanwhile, the Montreal Cath-
olic school commission announced ranging the Independence Day af-
fair
are:
that immediate steps will be taken

"to offer the population residing
on the island of Montreal, under
certain conditions, classes or even
schools which would be described
as non-confessional."

The announcement stated that
the commission adopted a resolu-
tion at its last meeting to take
such a step in order to recognize
the "rights of certain children
who cannot find in existing
schools an answer to their aspir-
ations." The commission decided
to give "top priority" to the es-
t a bl is hment of nonsectarian
schools and classes which "would
surely be ready for next Septem-
ber according to demand and
need."

Jewish residents in the suburbs
of the Town of Mount Royal and
at Hampstead protested against be-
ing left off the voters' lists being
prepared there for elections to the
local Protestant school board,
scheduled for June. While Jewish
children attend Protestant schools
in those suburbs, no Jewish names
were included on the lists.

Schatz (Susan Schlafer), 19680
Magnolia, Southfield, a son, Rich-
ard Eric.
• • •
April 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Jer-
ome W. Cooper (Judith Green-
berg), 27321 Dequindre, Madison
Heights, a son, Allan Bennett.
* •
Tel Aviv, Philadelphia
April 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
`Adopt' Each Other
Winograd (Phyllis Wald), 2700
TEL AVIV (JTA) — The United
Mark, Windsor, a daughter, Carrie
States and Israeli flags were flown
Ellen.
• • •
over the Tel Aviv municipality here
recently as the Municipal Council
April 16—To Capt. and Mrs.
officially marked the designation
Richard Merkle (Linda N. Ber-
of Tel Aviv and Philadelphia as
kower), Detroiters now at Custer `Clouds Over Israel'
"Sister Cities."
Air Force Station, Battle Creek, in 2nd Week at Berkley
The ceremonies were held after
a daughter, Suzanne Ruth,
"Clouds Over Israel," the film
• • 1,
Walter Winchell predicted would Philadelphia Mayor James Ttate
March 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. win the Golden Globe Award for sent a message to Mordechai
Theodore Tulupman (Kay Stein- best foreign-made film, has been Namir, mayor of Tel Aviv, noting
man), 830 Merton. a daughter, held over for a second week at the that the declaration was being
Susan Jenny. Berkley Theater in response to issued on the eve of Passover,
"Feast of Freedom" and pointed
public demand.
Harold Cornsweet's production out that both cities have been sites
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
of
declarations — the U. S. Decl-
deals with a sidelight of the 1956
RABBI
Israeli-Egyptian conflict. It tells laration of Independence on July 4,
of a young Israeli pilot, the 1776 in Philadelphia, and, the Is-
Bedouin woman and child he saves raeli Declaration of Independence
and an Israeli infantry officer who on May 14, 1948 in Tel Aviv.
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seeks to kill the two Arabs but is
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prevented from doing so by the Mutual Fund Absorbs
pilot's love of mankind.
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In the film are Yiftach Spector,
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Dina Doronne and Shimon Israeli.
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the only American open-end
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by Isaac Imber, president of Israel
Two attorneys at law, Sheldon American Diversified Fund.
Otis and Justin C. Ravitz will par-
IADF, which was originally in-
ticipate. Refreshments will follow. corporated in 1963, remained in-
Expert Mohel
For information, call member- active until the beginning of this

Also Mrs. Morris Lachover, Benjamin
M. Laikin, Mrs. Norman I. Leemon,
Louis Levitan, Mrs. Max Lichter, Morris
Lieberman, Morris Lifshay, Erry Loe-
wenthal, Emanuel Mark, Manuel Mer-
zon, Mrs. Michael Michlln, Benjamin
Naimark, Jacob Nosanchuk, Mrs. David
Novetsky, Assaf Orr, Louis Panush,
Irving Pokempner, Rose Poskel, Mrs.
Frank T. Rath, Man Raz.
Also Mrs. Moe Saslove, Mrs. David
J. Schachter, Mrs. Carl S. Schiller,
Henry Schumer, Miss Marcia Segall,
Levi Shapiro, Mrs. Mitchell Shaw, Nolan
Shaw, Sidney M. Shevitz, Isadore L.
Shrodeck, Mrs. I. Walter Silver, David
Sislin, Mrs. David Sislin, Carmi M.
Slomovitz, Philip Slomovitz, Rabbi
Joshua Sperka, Mrs. Nathan Spevakow,
Lois Steinberg, Mrs. Jack Stevens, Mrs.
Devera Stocker, Philip Stollman and
Dr. Bernard Weston.

Israel OKs Mexico Pact

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Israel
Cabinet Sunday ratified a technical
cooperation agreement with Mexi-
co providing for Israeli experts to
go to Mexico to advise that coun-
try on sanitation problems, agri-
cultural development, soil conser-
vation, water desalination and the
exploitation of water and natural
resources.

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Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Socials

Uri Aviram, Harold S. Berke, Mrs.
David Berman, David I. Berris, Mrs.
Gerson I. Berrls, Mrs. Louis Bigman,
Aaron M. Bornstein, Mrs. Samuel Cap-
lan, David J. Cohen, Mrs. Saul H.
Cohen, Lawrence W. Crohn, Dr. Simon
Dolin, Rabbi Hayim Donln, Dr. Arthur
Feuer, Baruch Fischhoff, Mrs. Sam Fish-
man, Rabbi Fram, Mrs. Max Frank, Dr.
Alex S. Friedlaender.
Also Mrs. Samuel Gold, Mrs. Morris
Goldberg, Mrs. Sidney Golden, Steven
Goldin, Mrs. Jacob E. Goldman, Movsas
Goldoftas, Rabbi James I. Gordon, Mrs.
Irving Greenberg, Rabbi Ernest Green-
field, Norman Horowitz, Mrs. William
B. Isenberg, Mrs. Norman Kanter, Rabbi
Max Kapustin, Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
Jerome W. Kelman, Gershon Koretz,
Richard B. Kramer.

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