JNF Blue-White Box Clearance Starts April 15
$12,000 Odessa Fund for Israel Bonds
25 THIRD PRIZES—Israeli art objects
The Jewish National Fund Blue- eligibility for the following annual to contributors of the 25 best boxes
the country, each yielding a mini-
White box spring clearance starts national awards given by JNF:
FIRST PRIZE—A round trip to Israel. mum of $100.
April 15, first day of Hol Hamoed Among
those whose boxes yielded dur-
25 FOURTH PRIZES—An outstanding
Passover, and continues through hr.! the year the slim of $15 or more. book of JewiFh int-rest among con-
of $5 or over.
May 12, and the bells of over 5,000 art objects. Winners to be selected,
homes will ring in an all-out effort one for each of 20 communities rais-
ing the largest sums through Blue THE DETROIT KWIPI NEWS
by volunteer workers.
Boxes. Boxes yielding 510 or over
Friday, April 5, 1968-41
Many organizations, including diving the year are eligible.
members of Hadag:sah, Mizrachi
Fanny Gluck and Sisters of Zion,
Mizrachi of Oak Park, Northwest
Child Rescue, Pioneer Women and
Women's Auxiliary of JNF, will
participate. Members of youth
groups will also take part, and ,
added endeavors will be made
to place the Blue-White box in
many new homes.
"The Box That Built a Nation,"
as it is referred to, the Blue-White
Box is the oldest of the traditional
fund-raisin2; means of the Karen
Kayemeth. It was both as a link
of the box-holder and his family
with Israel, and one of the medi-
ums which led to the establishment
of the State through the early pur-
chase of land in Palestine more
than 65 years ago. The Blue-White
Box maintains its importance both
as a financial instrument and as
a uniting and binding force of
world Jewry with Israel, playing
an important role in JNF's work
in reclaiming the land, building
the roads and securing the bor-
Arrangements may be made by
boxholders for special clearance,
if their boxes are not cleared by
May 12, by calling the JNF office;
Boxholders are advised of their
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At the Odessa Progressive Aid Society's Israel Yom Ha-Atznaut
Celebration, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tushman, which resulted in
Israel Bond subscriptions totaling $12,000 are (from left): Louis
Nathanson, president; Mrs. Tushman, Mr. Tushman, the honorees,
and Louis Levine, guest speaker. In the rear is Samuel H. Belkin,
Israel anniversary chairman.
"THE SHOWS THAT HAVE
EVERYTHING," to be held at the
Glen Oaks Country Club this week-
end will feature 27 antique dealers
from all over the country. Furni-
ture, jewelry, china, glass and
primitives also will be shown. Two
prizes will be awarded daily. To
dine or snack, there is the quaint
Colonial Room. Also featured Will
be a rare collection of Art Glass,
valued over $1,000. Hours are 1-10
p.m. for the entire weekend.
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Michigan's business teachers and
educators will gather at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel today and Satur-
day for the 1968 MICHIGAN BUSI-
NESS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
CONVENTION. Dr. Leon Fram of
Temple Israel will deliver the invo-
cation at the Friday luncheon ses-
sion. Theme of the convention is
"Toward a Salable Skill."
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MICHIGAN WOMEN'S NA-
TIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL will
hold its 33rd annual conference
and luncheon Monday at the Pick
Fort Shelby Hotel. Election of
officers will be held at 10 a.m.
For tickets call Mrs. Iva Stringer,
luncheon chairman, TO 5-9170.
Guest speaker will be Marine Col.
Thomas M. Fields of Washington,
D.C. Mrs. Sidney Cohen is serv-
ing as treasurer and Mrs. Ben
Cowan as a board member.
"NOAH," a dramatic portrayal
of the man-God relationship by
Andre Obey, will be presented for
the last weekend, April 5-7, 8:30
p.m., by the University of Detroit
Gustav .Mahler's Symphony No.
2 ("Resurrection") will be pre-
sented at the DETROIT SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA'S last Ford
Auditorium performances this sea-
son, April 11 and 13, at 8:30
p.m. The entire program will be
devoted to the 85 minute work,
which is regarded as one of the
landmarks of symphonic literature.
Sixten Ehrling will conduct. Guest
participants will include ELAINE
BONAZZI, mezzo-soprano, HELEN
BOATWRIGHT, soprano, and the
RACKHAM SYMPHONY CHOIR,
of which MAYNARD KLEIN is
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The PICCOLO TEATRO MUSI-
CALE of the City of Rome; pre-
miering at Masonic Auditorium
8:20 p.m. May 7, is under the per-
sonal direction of its founder Maes-
tro Renato Fasano. It has been
the dream of the Maestro, for
many years, to bring his elegant
little opera to this country. This
appearance will bear out the high
esteem and appreciation with
which the company is held through-
SCHOOL PTA will have a Family
Night 7:30 p.m. Monday in the'
Elects New President
used to make.
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Small Sculptures and Drawings
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Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
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RABBI RALPH SIMON
Rabbi Ralph Simon of Chicago
was inducted as president of the
Rabbinical Assembly at the clos-
ing session at the Concord
Kiamesha Lake, last week. The
principal address at the session
was delivered by Dr. Louis Finkel-
stein, chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
Rabbi Mordecai S. Halpern of
Oak Park was elected a member
of the assembly's executive council
for a term expiring in 1971.
Prof. RUBIN G. COHN of the
College of Law of the University
of Illinois was elected president
of the newly-created Central Illi-
nois Jewish Federation. Formation
of the Federation, which will serve
Champaign-Urbana, Decatur, Pe-
oria and Springfield, followed a
two-and-a-half year study by lead-
ers of the four communities.
There are 4,600 Jews in the four
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