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December 01, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-01

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22—Friday, December 1, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Stolarsky of NY to Address
Histadrut Workers' Breakfast Rally

Volunteers, their guests, friends
of Histadrut and heads of the or-
ganizations division will attend a
Histadrut pre-campaign breakfast
in the Labor Zionist Institute
10:30 a.m. Sun-
day.
The guest
Israel
speaker,
n a -
Stolarsky,
associate
tional
director of the
Histadrut c a m -
paign, will report
on high lev-
el consultations
which took place
in New York be-
tween the secre-
Stolarsky
tary - general of
Histadrut in Israel, Aharon Beck-
er, and the national leadership of

the campaign.
More emphasis is being put on
Histadrut to serve the General
Federation of Labor in Israel, not
only through its fund raising pro-
gram but also through an expanded

program of educational activities.
Closer ties are being developed
with the American Trade Union
movement. Jewish and non-Jewish
professionals and academicians are
being drawn into the activities of
Histadrut by means of seminars,
forums, and the American Cultural
Exchange Institute, headed by Dr.

Judd Teller. College youth are par-
ticipating in increasing numbers
in Histadrut sponsored summer

programs in Israel.
Stolarsky will review the pro-
gram of the national convention
of Histadrut which took place in
New York Nov. 24-26.
Volunteers who received their
assignments wilLturn in their con-
tributions at this breakfast meet-
ing.
For breakfast reservations call
Histadrut headquarters, UN 4-7094.

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lection chairman; Morris L.
Sch aver, Women's Division chair-
man; and Max Stollman, honorary
Women's Division chairman. Vol-
unteer workers are seeking to con-
vert High Holy Day pledges into
cash for Israel. The public is asked
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The Israel Bond Office will be open
Sundays — Dec. 3, 10 and 17, 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., for the convenience
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since May, returned home Tuesday
to assume his new post as director
general of the Israel foreign
ministry.
Although Rafael was appointed
last September, he remained here
to participate in the Security Coun-
cil debate on the Middle East
crisis.
He will be succeeded by Joseph
Tekoah, former Israeli ambassador
to the Soviet Union and Brazil. He
is expected in New York early in
January. Michael S. Comay will
head the delegation in the mean-
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On Feb. 11, Sam Hunter, di-
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New York, will speak on "Is There
Jewish . Art?"
The concluding lecture, March
17, will be by Dr. George Lieber-
man, rabbi of Central Synagogue
of Nassau County, New York, on
the topic "Creators of Jewish Lit-
erature and the World They Cre-
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Series which will be held at Tem-
ple Beth El beginning Dec. 10, will
feature lectures relating to art,
literature and social action.
The lectures will be preceded
by a dinner at 6 p.m., for which
there is a nominal charge, and
the lectures, which will begin at
7:30, will be open to the public,
free of charge.
Dr. Chaim Potok, editor of the
Jewish Publication Society and
author of the best-seller novel
"The Chosen," will begin the se-
ries with the lecture "The Jew in
American Literature."
Albert Vorspan, director of the
commission on social action of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
MISS ANNETTE BRODSKY
gregations, will speak on "The
Jewish Stake in Religion and
The engagement of Annette Jill Politics," Jan. 14. Vorspan is the
Brodsky to Michael Gary Weiss author of "Giants of Justice" and
was announced at a cocktail party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Isak Offner,
of Seneca Ave. Oak Park. Miss
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Brodsky is the daughter of Mrs.
Offner and the late Mr. Leo Brod-
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sky.
R. ORCHESTRA
She and Mr. Weiss, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Weiss of South-
wood Dr., Southfield, are grad-
uates of Wayne State University.
Mr. Weiss is attending Wayne
State's law school.
JANE ROMAN
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Hashomer Hatzair, Zionist Youth
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tion for its annual winter camp,
Camp Shomria, at Orchard Lodge,
Kensington Metropolitan Park, Dec.
24-28.
The camp is open to students
age 10-19, according to Yehuda
Brumberg, previous leader of a
branch in New York, who has come
to Detroit to help in the expansion
of this branch. The leaders range
in age from 18 to 23. offering a
close counselor-camper relation-
ship. Two counselors have been to
a leadership training seminar in
Israel for six months, and most
have been to Israel.
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the teachers' strike last September.
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