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March 15, 1968 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-15

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Hebrew School Pupils to Conduct Services

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Beth Abraham Youth will present
"The Rationals" and the "Cob-
webs and Strange" 8 p.m. March
30 at the synagogue. There will be
an admission charge.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 15, 1968-35

Yeshiva U. Debaters
to Meet WSU Team

Under the sponsorship of the
Bnai David Institute for Continuing
Adult Education, the Yeshiva Uni-
versity debating team will meet
the Wayne State University team
8:45 p.m. Monday at Bnai David
Synagogue.
The topic to be debated is the
1968 national collegiate topic:
Resolved: That the Federal Gov-
ernment Should Guarantee a Mini-
mum Annual Cash Income to All
Citizens.
The community is invited.

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"Music at Its Best
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College Students in U.S.

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Shimon Per-
Exclusive Designs • Amazing Service
es, former vice-defense minister,
Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg launches "Jewish Youth
spoke on the influence of Jewish
Invitations by . . .
Month," at ceremonies at the United Nations, with Sheldon
intellectuals in America, in a lec-
Donna and Sybil
Gampel and Andrea Leiter, co-chairmen of the North American
ture before Israeli students. Citing
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Showers
Jewish Youth Council, sponsors of Jewish Youth Month March
statistics which he obtained on a
15-April 15.
visit to the U.S., he said that
642-6480
647-4778
5,000,000 students attend American
universities which employ a com-
bined faculty of a million-and-a-
half. That total, he indicated, in-
The tween dance committee of
Paul Winter of WTAK radio will
cludes half a million Jewish stu-
the Jewish Center is sponsoring a
Now Booking - -
dents and 375,000 Jewish teachers. be master of ceremonies for the
"Swing
Into Spring" dance 8 p.m.
1968
Battle
of
Bands
at
the
Jewish
Summarizing, Peres added, the ag-
on March 23 in Shiffman Hall. •
gregate number of Jewish academ- Center, 1-5 p.m. March 24.
The program will feature the
The program is open to the pub-
icians on all levels truly portray
and His Orchestra
lic with an admission charge. music of the Taxmen Band. Re-
the Jews as a People of the Book.
freshments,
prizes and dance con-
Tickets will go on sale at noon.
Good Music
test
are
also
slated.
Dress
is
school
Seats also will be available in
for All Occasions
Submarine Service
Shiffman Hall where the music clothes.
Enlistments Increase
For information call Fred Rose
will be piped in by PA system. ,
LI 4-9278
HAIFA (Z INS) — If anyone These tickets will go on sale after in group services, DI 1-4200.
thought that the tragic loss of the all the seating available in the '
submarine, "Dakar," would un- theater is taken.
dermine the morale of Israeli
The bands participatiiig in the
youth, that fear proved ill-founded.
Israeli newspapers report that vol- finals have been chosen from those
who
have auditioned previously by
untary enlistment for submarine
duty has now generally increased, qualified judges, including song-
writers
Brian Wells and Orin Ross.
and fathers are known to have
urged their sons to stick to this They will be competing for a first
European Facialist and Makeup Artist
branch of submarine service. prize of $75 in musical equipment.
Their only regret is that there are The bands will also have furnished
20211 GREENFIELD ROAD
not enough submarine sailors as- equpiment available for their use
NORWAY BUILDING • SUITE 7
piring as there is need to run them. at the finals.
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48235
For information, call Ralph Sir-
WELL-ADJUSTED
otkin, DI 1-4200.
CALL 272-5770 FOR A FREE BOOKLET
A man, sure of his ability to take
life in stride, won't try to force
I his will on others.

Battle of the Bands and Tween Dance

BY POPULAR DEMAND !

ED BURG

FACIALS and COSMETICS

RISE IN ISRAELI EXPORTS
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Israeli
trade export last February rose to
$62,000,000 compared to $59,400,000
for the same period the previous
year, reports the government of-
fice for statistics. This figure in-
cludes the income of $40,600,000
from sales of industrial products
of which diamonds alone amounted
to $18,000,000. The rest was by
trading agricultural produce.

Try and Stop Me

By BENNETT CERF

father persisted in bringing disreputable looking dere-
Z
licts home for a square meal night after night. Zero's mother

recalls that in his youth, his kind-hearted



Youth News

Beth Abraham Youth
to Present 'the Rationals'

NEW YORK (JTA)—Sen. Robert
F. Kennedy proposed that the
United Nations establish a special
fund for assistance to the Arabs
in the territories occupied by Israel
last June, and that the United
States "do all that is necessary to
dispel" from Arab minds "the false
belief that Israel can be over-
thrown or conquered."
He spoke at a. dinner Tuesday
to 300 Bronx communal and busi-
ness leaders who formally launched
the borough's 1968 drive on behalf
of the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York. Gifts of more
than $300,000 to the Israel Emer-
gency Fund and the general UJA
campaign were announced.
Sen. Kennedy enunciated further
principles to guide American policy
in the Middle East. These, he said,
should include an insistence on a
"final, lasting peace settlement,"
which, he said, means "direct and
meaningful negotiations between
the Arab world and Israel."
Further, he said, there should be
recognition that America's best
role would.be to assist all the na-
tions of the Middle East in their
peaceful development. He said that
the United States must avoid the
mistake of maintaining a rigid pol-
icy in the face of future changes
in Arab policy, encouraging, by
word and deed the conditions for
peace in the Middle East.
Brig. Gen. Avraham Yoffe, who
commanded Israel's armored forces
in the Six-Day War, told the as-
sembly that the bitter experience
of the 19 years prior to the June
war had unified the people of Is-
rael in the determination to hold
the present cease-fire lines until
a peace settlement guaranteeing
Israel's security was negotiated."

finally complained, "Why
do these bums you be-
friend always have to be
so dirty?" His father ex-
plained, "The clean ones,
the rich people getl"

• •
Long before Twiggy, a
stringbean of a girl was
awned "Turnpike" by her
cruel classmates at the
Spence School. A. teacher
discovered her crying about
At one day, and asked,
'Why on earth do they
call you that?" The girl
answered sadly, "Not a
curve in sight."

A Purim carnival will be held
by Habonim Labor Zionist Youth
7:30 p.m. today at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. The program will be
open to young people of age 10 and
older.
Costumes must be worn, and
there will be many booths.
Joy Salinger and David Wartel
are in charge of planning the
evening. Mordecai Sheffer of Kib-
butz Yifat in Israel is adviser and
Ben Schiff head of Detroit Hab-
onim.
For information about the carni-
val call David, 838-2233.

Launch 'Jewish Youth Month'

U.S. Should Show Arabs
Israel Can't Be Taken,
Bobby Kennedy Says

ERO MOSTEL

mwragwommarmv Habonim Purim Carnival

Billy Chait, David Kirsch, Stuart
Farber, Dan Curhan, Donald Mil-
ler, Jack Pines, Sidney Chait, Fred
Smith and Graham Fishman.
Following the service, a lunch- .1:M 7,',4sI SMO, :IM IIMMISDRISSIBEIREERdsfeDE
ThVE EM IIM
eon will be held in the youth room.
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman will
speak on "Youth Faces the Fu-
ture."

Students of the Beth Abraham
Hebrew School will hold their sec-
ond Youth Sabbath Saturday in
the main sanctuary.
Participants are Howard Wein-
garden, Gary Gutman, Bruce
Fishman, Ronald Kopeland, An-
drew Beider, Daniel Blake, Eric
Lerman, Keith Fishman, Mark
Weiss, Mark Diskin, Albert Fens-
ter, Arthur Indianer, Fred Acker-
man, Daniel Wartell, Steven and

ero MoSt 421.
• •

OVERHEARD:
At the Pavillon bar: "I feel nostalgic this evening. I think I'll
have a double old-fashioned."
Bob Hope: "In New York the other night the smog was so
dense that when I ordered a tongue sandwich at the Stage Door
Delicatessen, the tongue coughed back at me."
Annabelle's new salad recipe: Mix lettuce and sliced tomatoes

with lots of pepper, ginger, horse radish, and a jigger of absinths.

It tastes terrible—but the salad tosses itself.
0 1968, by Bennett Cert. Distributed Sr Xing Features Syndicate.

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Paul Gather Sets
Wrestlino. Record

Paul Garber, a pre-medicine
student majoring In biology, has
just completed his second season
of wrestling at Wayne State Uni-
versity. Garber, who wrestles in
the 130-pound weight class, fin-
ished with a record of 9-2-2 includ-
ing two pins. The Tartar team
completed the season with an 11
and four record, best in the
school's history.
An honors student from South-
field High School, Garber was the
Bluejays' most valuable player
and made the All-League and All-
County teams. After three years of
prep wrestling under Coach Jim
Richendollar, Garber took a first
place in the Pontiac Class A Re-
gionals in 1965. Garber was also a
pole vaulter on the Southfield
track squad.

Oak-Woods Youth Day

At Youth Sabbath services 9
a.m. Saturday at Young Israel Cen-
ter of Oak-Woods, Henry Bodzin
will deliver the sermon on "Youth's
Role in Community Endeavor."

Other participants in the service
will be Irving Berman, Dennis Eis-
enberg, Sam Pollac k, Gary
Schwartz, Mark Goldenberg, Shel-
don Burg and Sam Flatt.

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