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March 22, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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Montreal's Jewish Community Services Holds
Programs for French-Speaking Newcomers

The Relatives
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MONTREAL (JTA)—The Allied comers living in the Darlington-
Jewish Community Services of Barclay area of Montreal have
Montreal has launched a special children enrolled in Neighbor-
leadership orientation program for hood House groups but there had
French-speaking Jews.
been no program for the parents.
A group of the newcomers ap-
The program is in the form of
four sessions, conducted entirely proached Y officials for such a
in French, in the form of dinner program and in response a new
meetings. Hyman Rosenfeld, adult lounge was organized, meet-
chairman of the AJCS leadership ing on alternate Tuesday nights
development committee, explained and conducted by and for residents
that the aim of the program was of the area. Emphasis in the pro-
to "enlighten t h e leadership gram is social, with such activities
among the new Jewish citizens of as folk singing and folk dancing
Montreal who are French-speak- but there are also plans for dis-
ing, about the program and ac- cussions on Jewish community ser-
tivities of the Montreal Jewish vices in the area. Also, in coera-
tion with the Jewish Immigrant
Community."
Aid Services, classes in English
Another special program for and in French are held two eve-
the French-speaking Jewish new- nings a week at the Neighborhood
comers is provided by the Neigh- House, to teach English to French-
borhood House branch of the speaking members and French to
YM-YWHA. Most of the new- English-speaking members.

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Attractive

PASSOVER RATES

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By PROMINENT CANTOR

European Plan Available
Synagogue On Premises
Planned Entertainment
WRITE FOR RATES

Rabbi Isaac Siegal of Jersey
City presents a certificate of
kashrut for the B. Manische-
witz Company to Bernard Manis-
chewitz, president. William B.
Manischewitz is in the center.

NEWMARK & KESSELMAN

ENJOY ALL THIS AT THE

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A Shower of Stara Hotel

PEPPY FIELDS' LIVE RADIO SHOW

daily, per
person, dbl.
o c c., 24 of
178 rms. now
to April 21
Full Course Breakfast and
7-Course Deluxe Dinner,
add $4; children under 12,
add $3.
SPECIAL FAMILY PLAN
No Charge for Children,
Regardless of Age!
( Choice rooms only)

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Enjoy great stars such as Jackie Gleason,
Milton Berle, many others, as Peppy in-
terviews them! A nightly party, only at
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the Lucerne!



PASSOVER FUN FOR

THE' ENTIRE
FAMILY!
,

Trained counsellors for the children!
Planned entertainment for the adults!

Carl Cohen,

ENTERTAINMENT UNTIL 3 A.M.

• Free Sightseeing Tounrs • Free Golf
• Free Chaises & Mats • Nightly Floor
Stows, Dancing • Dine-A-Rama—Dine at
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reservations, see your travel agent or call

Owner/Management
Al Ruska, Gen. Mgr.

Detroit Office: 864-3190

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Warm, friendly country club atmosphere!
Dancing, entertainment nightly!
FREE TV & Radio in every room
FREE GOLF at nearby PGA course
FREE chaise lounges FREE on-premises parking
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& Deluxe, Gourmet 7•Course Dinner, add $5 daily,
per pers. Junior MAP, children under 10 yrs., add $4

Wonderful music for
dancing and listen-
ing! Maxirnillion &
his STRINGS!

See your Travel Agent, writs direct se con:

Detroit Office - 962-9865

Sherman S. Winn, V. Pres./Gen. Mgr: Harvey Weinueig, Mgr.

PASSOVER FUN!

Beach Parties!

Ent
ertainment!
hildren's Counsellors!

MIAMI BEACH

Tsion Weitsmann arrived in
Ashkelon (during the first) a few
clays after the soldiers of TSAHAL
captured the city. (Since then)
Tsion lived in an abandoned house
in the old city.
The old man had no family. At
night he was a watchman in the
orange groves and during the day
he rode on his bicycle and played
with children on the street. "Poor
man," people said, "what a pity
he has no relatives and no children
of his own."
"A poor num has no relatives,"
said another man, and sighed.
This week the lonely man died.
And then the secret became
known. The old watchman was
very wealthy, he owned houses and
land (plots) in Jerusalem, Jaffa,
and Tiberias.
1Vozv it also became known that
the nuin had many relatives. They
applied to the court and asked
that they be given the property
which the deceased had left (be-
hind). They pleaded before the
judge that they were his relatives

PLANNING A
TRIP TO
ISRAEL?

(Published by Brith lvrit Olamit, Jeru-
salem, with the assistance of the Me-
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observed.


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15th Century Bigot
John of Capistrano, an .,Italian
Franciscan preacher, was directly
responsible for the burning of
Jews in Breslau in 1453 and for
many other persecutions.

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FARBAND-LABOR ZIONIST ORDER

Presents the Fa rband Ensemble with

LA BIANKA BEN BONUS MINA BERN
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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 8:30p .m.

Jewish Community Center - Aaron DeRoy Theatre
18100 Meyers at Curtis

Contribution $2.00 or $3.00
Sponsored by: Detroit Farband City Committee

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KIAMESHA LAKE — Maestro
Sholem Secunda again will con-
duct the Concord Choir at Passover
Sedorim and services at the Con-
cord Hotel.
The eminent composer and con-
ductor returns to the Concord with
new critical acclaim for his stir-
ring oratorio "Yizkof." The com-
position, a memorial to the Six
Million Jews slaughtered in the
Nazi holocaust, was premiered by
the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra
early this month and is scheduled
for March performances by the
Rochester Symphony Orchestra
and the Atlanta Symphony Orches-
tra.
Passover guests at the famous
Catskill mountain resort will hear
the Passover Seder liturgy sung by
Cantor Herman Malamood and the
18-voice ensemble of the Concord
Choir. In addition to the seders
and services of the traditional
Passover observance, hotel guests
will hear a mid-week symphonic
concert.
Meticulous adherence to dietary
laws, which the Concord observes
year-round, is assured by resident
Rabbi Solomon Friedman. The
complete change of dishes and
cooking utensils in kitchens de-
signed to prepare food for 3,000
people is an impressive prelimin-
ary, both for its logistics and its
scrupulous observance of detail.

MIZRACHI
TOURS TO

An Unforgettable

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Passover Sedorim
at Concord Hotel

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shall not fall again! Passover is
Masada! There are many Masadas
in history when people must take
a stand and choose between free-
dom and slavery!"
Manischewitz offers in each ad
authentic reproductions of a sheck-i
el and half-sheckel coin used at the
time of Masada. These coins may
be obtained by writing to Manis-
chewitz Masada Coins, P.O. Box 46,
Newark, N.J. 07101, and enclosing
50 cents to cover the cost of hand-
ling and postage.
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Manischewitz Co. Gets
Kashrut Certificate



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Manischewitz Ads Employ Masada Theme

The B. Manischewitz Co., world's
largest producer of traditional
Passover foods, has chosen an insti-
tutional theme for its Passover ad-
vertising. In place of specific food
product advertising, Bernard Mani-
schewitz, president, has revealed
that the bulk of print and broad-
cast advertising will carry the
story of Masada.
Manischewitz stated that one of
the promotional messages states:
"The Rock of Masada sits high
atop a desolate mountain near the
Dead Sea! Masada lived and died
2,000 year ago. Masada Rock —
where for three years a thousand
Jewish men, women and children
—fought off attacking hordes ten
times their number — until ex-
hausted. And when the conquering
legions entered Masada — they
found that they had conquered not
at all. For rather than be taken as
slaves, the defenders of Masada
chose to die by their own hands—
and thus achieve immortality! It
happened 2,000 years ago! Masada

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, March 22, 1968

Hebrew Column

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