28—Friday, January 12, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Dr. Ben-Dor to Speak
to Adas Shalom USY
Adas Shalom Senior United
Synagogue Youth will conduct its
fourth lecture on "Israel — Past,
Present and Future" 2 p.m. Shm-
uel Ben-Dor, assistant professor of
anthropology at Wayne State Uni-
versity and an instructor at the
Midrasha of the United Hebrew
Schools, will speak on the found-
ing and birth of the state of Israel.
This lecture precedes Adas Sha-
lom USY's eighth annual Tama-
rack Weekend, scheduled for Feb.
2-4. The weekend will be centered
around ideas from the four pre-
ceding lectures and will deal with
"Israel — Its Dream, Drama and
2 Young Detroiters
Take Hanuka Gifts
on Airlift to Israel
AND THE TOWNSMEN
AND HER GYPSIES
Make Your Party Swing
Formerly The Montegos
Music for the Young
of All ' Ages
FOR BOOKINGS CALL:
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Call UN 4 - 4757
HAVING A WEDDING or BAR MITZVA!
Bruce and Ruth Agins, chil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Agins, 24261 Morton, Oak Park,
present Hanuka gifts to kinder.
gartners at a Jerusalem school,
while on a Child to Child Airlift
to Israel with their parents. The
Hanuka tour, sponsored by Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
included 24 American youngsters
among members of the organiza-
tion. Mrs. Agins is a member of
the Detroit Section. National
Council of Jewish Women regu-
larly- sends toys and educational
equipment to schools and welfare
institutions in Israel on recom-
mendation of the ministries of
educational welfare, through its
Ship-A-Box program. Last year,
1,600 Ship-A-Boxes were sent to
Israel by more than 150 sections
throughout the U.S. Mrs. Agins is
an active member of the Detroit
Section of NCJW.
teenagers invited to
To Share in a 7 Week Summer Adventure
with Israeli Boys and Girls
for boys & girls 14-17 years
Now in its 7th successful
season at Hakfar Hayarok (the
Green Village)-20 minutes
from Tel Aviv. Includes one
week in a kibbutz and a 4 - day
tour of Rome & Naples.
for Bar-Mitzvah boys & girls 13-14 yeart
(Member of Habonim Camping Assn.)
At Kibbutz Gesher Haziv in Galilee,
Center of American settlers.
"Adoption" by English-speaking
kibbutz families—a home away
July 8-Aug. 23
Both Programs Include:
Field trips and hikes to every part of Israel
Kibbutz experience and work with Israeli Youth
Lectures, seminars, discussions & conversational Hebrew
Swimming, singing, dancing, arts, crafts & dramatics
• Complete medical facilities & strictly kosher cuisine
• Supervision by American & Israeli counselors
• Rates include round trip jet transportation via EL AL
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• Allstate Insurance
• Barton's Chocolates, Gifts
• Baskin Robbins Ice Cream
• Big Boy Restaurant
• Butler's Shoes
• Checker BAR-B-B Suburban
• City National Bank
• Colony Accents
• Cunningham's Drugs
. Driver License Sarno
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• Ross Music Shops
• Shilman's Men's,
• Standard Wall
• Toone Theatre
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THE F INEST HOR . "F
IN KOSHER CATERING MI,iri
July 7-Aug. 23
Fred Margolis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Margolis of Scotia
Ave., Oak Park, was Bar Mitzva
last Saturday morning at Cong.
Shaarey Shomayim, after which a
party in his honor was held at the
Margolis residence. The Jewish
News regrets the omission of
Fred's name from the synagogue
list last week.
In synagogues and centers I tend services as a group and those among Jewish boys. Approximately
throughout the country, Boy Scout who are qualified will receive the 130 Shofar Awards were presented
Week will be celebrated from I Ner Tamid emblem. In 1967 ap- in 1967.
Feb, 7 through Feb. 13, to mark proximately 450 Ner Tamid em-
Approximately 1,000 Cub packs,
the 58th anniversary of the Boy blems were presented.
Scout troops and Explorer posts
Scouts of America.
The Ner Tamid program helps are chartered by synagogue, cen-
Feb. 9 and 10 has been desig- a Jewish boy who is a Scout grow ters, Bnai Brith lodges and Jewish
nated Boy Scout Sabbath by the in spiritual strength. Just as he War Veteran posts.
National Jewish Committee on keeps himself physically strong by
Scouting, of which William L. outdoor activities such as camping
By gnawing through a dyke even
Schloss is chairman. Cub Scouts, and hiking, he builds himself a rat may drown a nation.—Ed-
Boy Scouts and Explorers will at- spiritually by learning and practic- ward Burke.
ing his religion.
To earn the Ner Tamid emblem
For Unique Tasteful
a boy is required to have a general
knowledge of Jewish history and
the Bible, attend religious services
regularly, and give personal serv-
ice to his synagogue and commu-
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Richard nity.
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
B. Traitel (Gloria F. Jerris), 1227
• Banquets • Parties
W. Farnum, Royal Oak, a son,
New Phone 851-1594
presented to qualified scouters in
Currently Appearing at
recognition of their promotion of
Jan. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. David Scouting and its spiritual ideals
J. Lieberman (Rene Blum), 3334
Winchester, Birmingham, a daugh-
ter, Patricia Beth.
Dec. 30—To Dr. and Mrs. Martin
Hart (Sharon Ginsberg), 15319
Northgate, Oak Park, a daughter,
• * *
Dec. 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Gershow (Eeta B. Freeman), 1331
IMPERIAL CATERING, Inc.
Pomona, Ann Arbor, a daughter,
Dec. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. E.
Ronald Milan (Esther Plafkin),
2752.5 Harvard, Southfield, a son,
REGISTER YOUR OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS AT THE BEAUTIFUL
Dec. 22—To Dr. and Mrs. Sol
Weiss, former Detroiters of Los
14380 W. 8 MILE, OAK PARK
Angeles, a daughter, Tema Cherie.
Dec. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Ideally Located 7 /4 Mile From Northland
W. Gelfand, 6791 Castle, Birming-
Lounge, Restaurant and All Other Modern Conveniences
ham, a son, Eric Terence.
* * *
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES — $10 PER DAY SINGLE
Dec. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
Airport Transportation Available
nold Panitch (Zeda Moss), former
Detroiters of Chicago, a son, Joel
Dec. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Weingarden (Maxine Kaye), 23460
Plumbrooke, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Janice Susan.
Nov. 18—To Dr. and Mrs. Mil-
ford E. Wenokur (Barbara Woll),
26070 Meadow, Franklin, a son,
To Mr. and Mrs. Gary Madvin
(Buzzie Seyburn), former Detroit-
ers of Woodland Hills, Calif., a
son, Jeremy Ivan.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walk-
er (Carole Ross), 24361 Renssel-
aer, Oak Park, a daughter, Denise
To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Ro-
senberg (Carol Owens), 14620 La-
Belle, Oak Park, an adopted daugh-
ter, Amy Lauren.
Boy Scout Sabbath Is Planned For Feb. 9-10
You'll Ever Make"