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September 20, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-20

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Camden Negro Residents
Building Own Play Area
With Help of Federation
CAMDEN, N.J. (JTA) — Resi-
dents of a Negro section of Cam-
den are providing volunteer labor
for construction of a recreation
and picnic area for use by their
families in a project supported by.
the Jewish Federation of Camden
County. Initial funds for the one-
half acre project in Camden's Cen-
terville section have been contri-
buted to the Federation by individ-
uals and synagogues.
The construction is being di-
rected by the Centerville Neigh-
borhood Council, representing the
residents of the section, with the
guidance of the Camden County
Office of Economic Opportunity.
However, the 0E0 office has no
funds for such a project, it was
reported. Ernest G. Budwig, Fed-
iration assistant executive direc-
MISS SHERRY FERBER
tor, said that the project was the
first of its kind undertaken by the
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ferber of
Federation.
Westhampton Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sherry to Mike Goldstein,
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gold-
To any state. Also drivers furnish-
stein of Coolidge Hwy., Oak Park.
ed to drive your car anywhere.
Mr. Goldstein has just returned
Fully insured and I.C.C. licensed.
from a a tour of duty in Vietnam
Insured Driveaway System
and
hopes to return to school this
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winter.
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The couple is planning to wed
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Sherij, Ferber to Become Hadassah Adopts
Mrs. Mike Goldstein
$10 Million Budget

Best Wishes to the Community

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 20, 1968-29

Mrs. Kozenn-Chajes Feted in Austria

CHICAGO (JTA) — The 54th

annual cony en tion of Hadas-
sah in its concluding session,
adopted a budget of approximately
$10,000,000 for its activities in
Israel and the United States dur-
ing the coming year. Of this total,
$6,000,000 is for the Hadassah
medical organization in Israel,
$2,300,000 for Youth Aliya, $700,000
for the Jewish National Fund,
$650,000 for •Hadassah vocational
education and $200,000 for youth
activities.
The delegates approved resolu-
tions dealing with violence, the
right to dissent, foreign aid, Polish
anti-Semitism, the situation of the
Jews in the Soviet Union and in
Arab countries, the invasion of
the Jews in the Soviet Union and
in Arab countries, the invasion of
Czechoslovakia, Israel's search for
peace and the aims of the Zionist
movement, including the promo-
tion of Aliya.
One of the resolutions upheld the
right "of a free people to peaceful
dissent and protest" as a "pillar
of deinocracy." The delegates also
asked that gun control laws be
extended to the sale and registra-
tion of rifles and shotguns.
Baroness Alex deRothschild of
France, chairman of the French
Committee for Youth Aliva for
the past 20 years, said that
mentally retarded children can
be helped materially if they are
given, or can assume, a useful
task in society. She cited what
happened in Israel during the
Six-Day War when, caught up
in the surging spirit of patrio-
tism, borderline children looked
for and found tasks they could
do and, for the most part! did
them well. They felt needed and
a useful element in the total
society, she said.
She also told of a group of young
people from Morocco who came
from deprived homes, children who
were backward only because of
the milieu from which they came
and by the fact that their educa-
tion was not as advanced as it
should have been for their age
group. She had seen the group in
North Africa, and then saw them
again only two days, after they
arrived in Israel.
Youth Aliya workers had given

At a reception honoring Austrian President Franz Jonas, Mar-
guerite Kozenn-Chafes chats with him and Salzburg Mayor Alfred
Back (left) and Mrs. Back, who had "Mrs. Mozart of Detroit" as a
guest for the opening of the Salzburg Festivals. Prof Kozenn-Chajes
will participate in the 100th birthday celebration of the Salzburg
Jewish community next month, for which an Israeli emmisary has
been named coordinator. The Detroiter is lecturing at the Amerika-
haus on American music since the landing of the Pilgrims and is
holding a master class for Fulbright students who appeared in a
lecture-recital Wednesday. Following the lecture-recital, the Amerika-
haus director, Robert W. Garrity, and Mrs. Garrity, gave a recep-
tion in Mrs. Kozenn-Chajes' honor to which Bavarian government
officials, men from the field of science and letters and the U.S.

consulate were invited.

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One youth, tinkering with an auto,
said to her happily, "For the first
time in my life I feel useful."
The baroness revealed that
there has been a great increase
in Youth Aliya and general emi-
gration from France since the
beginning of the year. Among
the older children, the interest
in Israel began with the Six-Day
War. The student riots of last
May and June also precipitated
emigration because of anti-
Semitism engendered by the fact
that two of the three student
leaders were Jews, and the third
was "accused" of being one.

`Israel Still Fighting
War of Independence'

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

Arthur Blumberg

Samuel Tucker

Charles Dennis

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to The Jewish News)

AVIV — Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol said Tuesday that Is-
rael's
war for
independence
started in 1948 and continues to
this day with intervals of relative
quiet. Eshkol spoke at the open-
ing of a museum in Kibutz Yad
Mordehai dedicated to the Jewish
victims of the Nazi Holocaust and
to the heroes of Israel's war for
independence.
Yad Mordehai, named for Mor-
dehai Annilevitz, one of the com-
manders of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising, was overrun by Egyp-
tian forces in 1948 but subse-
quently liberated and rebuilt. Esh-
kol used the occasion to warn the
Egyptians against starting a new
war with Israel. President Nasser
has apparently not learned his les-
son," the prime minister said.
"We Israelis will not pull- the
trigger, but if our enemies attack,
they will learn again of Israel's
true strength."

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