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October 11, 1968 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-11

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26—Friday, October 11, 196$

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

All-Night Program
Planned by Teen
Scholars of UHS

Business
Brevities

The student council of the United
Hebrew Schools High School will
hold an all-night Tora dedication
program at the Young Israel of
Greenfield 8:45 p.m. Saturday,
Iloshana Rabba. The program will
conclude 8 a.m. with a dawn serv-
ice.
Fran Pfeffer, Steve Cohen, Den-
nis Eisenberg and Marvin Nato-
wicz are teen chairmen for the
program, to which the students and
their friends, age 13-17, are invited.
Admission will include a midnight
supper and the showing of two
films, "Sand Curtain" and "The
Six-Day War."
Rabbis Samuel Prero and James
Gordon, spiritual leaders of Young
Israel of Greenfield and Oak-
Woods, respectively, will be the
keynote speakers. Two panel dis-
cussions will revolve around the
program's theme, "You Are in the
Tora Generation."
There will be singing, dancing
and a Hasidic preparation for
prayer under the sponsorship of
the Lubavitcher Center of Oak
Park.

A nnouncements

Oct. 3—To Capt. and Mrs. Ed
ward A. Oxer (Tina Shriman o
Detroit), of Fort Knox, Ky.. a son
Jeremy Seth.
4
1
.
Oct. 3 — To Dr. and Mrs. Russell
Horton (Rhoda Cohen), 29657 Fair-
fax, Southfield, a daughter, Julie
Beth.
• • •
Oct. 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Zumberg (Eileen Harelick), 4030
W. 13 Mile, Royal Oak, a son, Marc
Stuart.

HABONIM will present Hasidic
folksinger Shlomo Carlebach at a
concert 8:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Ford
High School auditorium. Admission
is, $3 for adults, students $2, and
there are reserved seats for $5.
Tickets are available at the Ha-
bonim office or the Jewish National
Fund office.
* •
Herman Schwartz, senior execu-
tive with the firm of E. F. Hutton
and Co., Inc., lo-
cated at the De- :
troit office, has
been honored as
a "blue chip"
producer, and as
a result has been
111.4.
accepted as a p,
shareholder of his Ot*'‘'.....•
firm. Schwartz
has been identi-
fied with the se-
Schwartz
curities business
since 1959. He attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan and is an active
member of the Jewish War Vet-
erans.

Arnold I. Feu erman, president of
ARNOLD LINCOLN - MERCURY
CO. dealership on Gratiot and 12
Mile suggests a visit to the show-
room to price any one of__ the
beautiful new Mark III, Continen-
tal, Marquis, Mercury or Cougar
cars. Before you do, be sure to
get other prices, Feuerman ad-
vised, so that you know what you'll
be saving at Arnold. Proof of the
finest service in town, he said, is
the number of repeat sales to ori-
ginal buyers. If you're in the mar-
ket for a used car, take a drive
out to Gratiot and 12 Mile and
see a large selection on the big
lot.



*

CHARLOTTE'S KNIT SHOPS,
Nine Mile and Coolidge, Oak Park,
is having its famous-label hand-
4- 4
bag sale starting Sunday, at 10
Sept. 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Ram' a.m. and ending Tuesday at 5:30.
Amitz-Lev, 8635 W. 10 Mile. Oak A total of 5,000 handbags are go-
ing for half price, in addition to a
Park, a daughter, Yael.

special purchase on genuine alli-
Sept. 27 — To Dr. and Mrs. gator bags. All handbags are the
latest
styles, colors and materials.
Selden Schwartzberg (Maureen
• 7. •
Silverman). 27245 Bradford Lane,
MIMCO CUSTOM GALLERIES,
Southfield, a daughter, Julie Beth. 24200 Telegraph, Southfield, boasts
• • •
a vast display of lighting, hard-
Sept. 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Irvin
Kanat (Norma Newmark), 24595 ware, accessories and bathroom
vanities. They can beautify every
Lee Baker. Southfield, a son Steven-
room with just the right item and
Jay.
imaginative touch.
*
Sept. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bressler (Rosalind Radin), 8752 Local Students Launch
Kenberton, Oak Park, a son, Dan- Med School Studies
iel Elliot.
A sizable crop of students from

this area are members of the first-
Sept. 20—To Dr. and Mrs. Robert year class at Wayne State Univer-
L. Kahl (Gwen Carrick), 13845 sity's school of medicine.
Kenwood, Oak Park, a daughter
The class, numbering 130 men
Sheri Lynn.
and women selected from 1,500 ap-
plicants, will receive doctor of
medicine degrees in 1972. They
include:
Sol Edelstein, Kenneth A. Foon,
Experienced Mohel
Ronald L. Green, Charles B. Idel-
sohn, Joel Konikow, Cheryl B.
Serving in Hospitals & Homes
Kraus, William E. Shevin, Thomas
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S. Emery, Yale S. Falick, Bernard
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Expert Mohel
Howard S. Brode, Manuel L.
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Yeshiva U. High Schools
See Students Rank High

NEW YORK—Eight seniors at
the four Yeshiva University high
schools in New York City have re-
corded scores ranking among the
top 1 per cent in the nationwide
National Merit Scholarship compe-
tition, it was announced by Dr.
Abraham Zuroff, supervisor of the
schools.
Dr. Zuroff said the eight stu-
dents named semifinalists rank in
the top half of the less than 1
per cent of the graduating second-
ary school seniors in the nation
who took the exam.

BBC's Cost-Cutting
Challenged by Peer

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

LONDON — The British Broad-
casting Corp. Hebrew short-wave
program, which the foreign office
will suspend this month for econ-
omic reasons, cost less than 20,000
pounds sterling ($48,000) per an-
num, compared to 350,000 pounds
sterling ($840,000) spent for the
BBC's Arab broadcasts each year,
it was disclosed in the House of
Lords Tuesday.
The disclosure was made by
Lord Chalfont, minister of state
for the foreign office, who was
challenged on the subject by La-
borite peer Lord Wells-Pestell.
The latter accused the foreign
office of making concessions to the
Arabs by shutting down the He-
brew broadcasts, which are sched-
uled to end Oct. 27. He noted that
the Hebrew program was on the
air only 31/2 hours a week, com-
pared to 70 hours for the Arab
broadcasts. Lord Chalfont said the
Hebrew service was ending be-
cause the government had reached
the conclusion that the money
could be used more effectively in
other ways, "in particular the ex- i
pansion of our educational and
cultural activities in Israel."

Kasle Re-Elected
Hillel President

At the annual meeting of the
Hillel Day School board of direc-
tors, Abe Kasle
was elected
president for the
third term.
The following
officers were al-
so elected to
serve with Kasle:
Howard S. Dan-
zig, chairman of
Kasle
the board; Mel-
vin Weisz, Morris Karbal, Markus
Rothbart and Seymour Wayne,
vice presidents; Abe Pasternak,
Nathan Shur and Mrs. Arlene
Schostak. secretaries; Paul Kel-
man, treasurer; Max Goldsmith,
honorary president; Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal, honorary life president.

UJA Helps Israel Exist
as Normal Nation Despite
Defense Tab, Mission Told

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—A United Jewish
Appeal Young Leadership Mission
visiting Israel was told Monday
that UJA funds have been utilized
in Israel for much more than im-
migrant absorption and immigrant
health and social welfare needs.
According to Leon Dultzin, treas-
urer of the Jewish Agency, monies
raised through the UJA enabled
the agency to assume the financial
burdens for 90 per cent of housing,
80 per cent of the health budget, 80
per cent of university finances, 60
per cent of welfare needs, 50 per
cent of farm settlement and 20 per
cent of education. Dultzin stressed
that these funds permitted Israel
to exist as a normal country de-
spite an unprecedented defense
budget and the highest income tax
rates in the world.

NY Centers Open Doors
to Pupils Ousted in Strike

NEW YORK (JTA) — A num-
ber of Jewish Community Centers
and YM-YWHAs made their facili-
ties available for temporary class-
rooms for neighborhood children
during the strike against New York
City public schools by the United
Teachers Federation, the New
York Metropolitan region of the
Jewish Welfare Board has re-
ported,
The Coney Island Y held classes
in three rooms conducted by volun-
tary teachers for elementary
grades one to five. The Jewish
Community House of Bensonhurst
lent its building to the James Madi-
son High School for state regent
scholarship examinations. T h e
Kings Bay Y in Brooklyn made its
building available to the local PTA
for tutoring 400 high school stu-
dents by volunteer teachers for the
same examinations.

JACK I. FISHBEIN, editor of
the Chicago Sentinel, has been
Northern Lights: named general chairman of the
Chicago "Keter Shem Toy" (Crown
By ELLEN COHEN
o of the Good Name) dinner which
North Farmington High
will honor David Coleman, Dec. 5.
This seems to be the year for
"firsts" at North Farmington. For
the first time, North held a very
successful pep rally outside. The
AND HER GYPSIES
band led the student body to the
Authentically Gypsy
football field where the cheer-
Elegantly Unique
leaders proceeded to arouse school
spirit.
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are enthusiastic-
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The Debate
Club is beginning
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to take shape un-
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der the leadership
of Mrs. Schneider.
JEWELER
Busily preparing
Ellen
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for this year's topic, "Whether or
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sory service laws," are Steve
Posen, Wendy Cohen, Steve Silver-
man and Jeff Fishman. The club's
BAR MITZVAS
first debate will be in three weeks.

JOCELYN

The weekend of Oct. 18 is the
weekend of North's homecoming.
This event begins with the tradi-
tional bonfire. This year's theme
of Cinemascope will be seen Oct.
19 as the floats come into dis-
play. Marcia Siegal, member of
the senior board, announced
their float is "The Birds." The
dance is being held in the gym,
and several silent movies will be
shown.

Three exchange students are at-
tending North this year, one boy
from Japan and two girls from
England.

Rabbi CHAIM U. LIPSCHITZ
has been appointed vice president
of research and projects for the
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesiv-
ta in Brooklyn.

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