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November 01, 1968 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-01

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Family Dance Weekend, Lecture Series
on Center Calendar for This Month

The second annual "Family
Dance Weekend" at Camp Tama-
rack will be sponsored by the Jew-
ish Center Nov. 29-Dec. 1.
Dance workshops and perform-
ances will be presented to illustrate
some basic forms uniquely char-
acteristic of Israeli and interna-
tional dance and modern trends.
Fred Berk, considered by some
to be the "father of Israeli Dance
in America," will lead classes in
Israeli dance, assisted by local
dancer Jerry Katz. International
dances will be taught and per-
formed by Steve Sklarow of Wash-
ington, D. C.
Modern dance technique classes
will be conducted Friday through
Sunday by Harriet Berg, direc-
tor of the Festival Dancers and
Young Dancers Guild.
No background in dance is neces-

sary. Transportation, all meals and
accommodations are included.
For fees and registration infor-
mation, call the Jewish Center,
educational services division, DI
1-4200, Ext. 246. Deadline is Nov.
13.
* * r.
The Jewish Center announces that
lecture
series,
conducted with the
a
Merrill-Palmer Institute, will start
Nov. 19 at the main building.
Dr. Gertrude Gass, author and
1967 Merrill-Palmer Lecturer of
the Year, will speak 8 p.m. Nov.
19 on "Employment of Hard Core
—Varying Effects on the Family."
On Dec. 4, Dr. Willia m
Nichols, a member of the super-
visory staff of the counseling and
psychotherapy program at the
Merrill-Palmer Institute, will speak
on "The Family — What's Under-
cutting It?"
Dr, Ivor Echols, author of many
camping and summer-study skills
publications, will speak Dec. 10 on
Kazdans Head
"The Inner City and Its Relation
to Suburbia."
Israel Action Day
The public is invited. For infor-
mation, call the educational serv-
Scores of volunteers will parti- ices division, DI 1-4200, Ext. 246.
cipate in "Israel Action Day,"
Nov. 10, for cash collection of High
Holy Day Israel Bond pledges, it
was announced by Robert Brody,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 1, 1968-17

We who are members of the Labor

Zionist Movement, endorse the can-

didacy of Hubert H. Humphrey and

Edmund S. Muskie for President and

Vice-President of the United States

and we call upon all of our friends

to vote for the Democratic ticket.

Fire Damages
Lydda Airport

DR. AND MRS. KAZDAN

Israel Bond general chairman, and
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, women's
division chairman.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis L. Kazdan
have been named co-chairmen of
"Israel Action Day." Volunteers
will gather at Cong. Bnai David,
10 a.m. Nov. 10.
Before going out to collect on
the unpaid pledges, they will hear
Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel ,
Bond director, report on Israel's
situation and on the role of Israel
Bonds in the present critical time
for Israel and for Jewry.
Israel Bond subscribers who
have unpaid pledges are asked to
welcome the volunteer workers or
to send in their checks and save
the volunteers a call.
Dr. and Mrs. Kazdan are lifelong
Zionists and strong supporters of
Israel, which they have visited
twice. Dr. Kazdan served as vice
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit and is a member
of the ZOD board. He is a former
president of the Maimonides So-
ciety. A graduate of Wayne Uni..

BOND OFFICE OPEN SUNDAY
The Israel Bond office, 8522
W. McNichols, will be open 10
a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays until the
end of the year for the con-
venience of subscribers paying
on their High Holy Day Israel
Bond pledges. For information,
call the office, DI 1-5707.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A huge fire, I
said to have been caused by a short
circuit, destroyed the main pas-
senger terminal at Lydda Airport
Oct. 24 but disrupted flights
only briefly. No injuries were re-
ported but damage was estimated
at millions of dollars. Deputy
Prime Minister Yigal Allon, who
visited the airport in his capacity
as acting minister of transport,
said the damage could be repaired.
Other reports said however that
the building, which is fully insured,
may not be usable.
Airport authorities stressed that
there was no evidence of sabotage
and said the fire was started when
a short circuit caused electric
cables to overheat. The cables ig-
nited ornamental plywood decora-
tions in the terminal which in turn
set fire to barrels of asphalt used
for repairs to the building. Flames
spread swiftly, and the terminal
was engulfed by black smoke. Pas-
sengers and employes in the
building were escorted to safety.
and no one was hurt.
An El Al plane about to take off
was delayed for an hour but all
flights continued. A British Euro-
pean Airways flight to Lydda with
Israel's Foreign Minister Abba
Eban aboard turned back to Lon-
don Airport when the fire was re-
ported. The plane resumed its
flight two hours later. El Al offi-
cials in London said none of their
flights were affected.
The blaze was confined to the
terminal building. An emergency
communications center was quick-
ly put into operations to receive
incoming traffic and contact was
maintained with all aircraft arriv-
ing or departing Lydda. Customs
and other administrative proce-
dures were transferred to another
building. Passengers were received
but non-passengers accompanying
them were told to stay away from
the airport.
The Lydda terminal building was
built in the 1930s and enlarged
many times to keep pace with in-
creasing air traffic. It was recently
renovated to handle large crowds
of travelers and visitors. Plans to
construct a new terminal were held
in abeyance for lack- of funds but
may have to proceed now as a
result of the fire.

versity College of Medicine, he is
a member of the Wayne County
and Michigan Medical societies.
Mrs. Kazdan was president of
the Maimonides Women's Auxil-
iary and is a former president of
the League of Jewish Women's Dorm Cornerstone Laid
Organizations. She has been active
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
in Hadassah. She is a graduate of
to The Jewish News)
Wayne State and taught in the
JERUSALEM—The cornerstone
public schools. Both Dr. and Mrs. was laid Monday for a 120-bed
Kazdan are active in Israel Bond women's dormitory to be built near
campaigns. Their daughters, Udy the Hebrew University campus on
and Miriam, have spent summers Mount Scopus. The dormitory is
in Israel under the USY program. sponsored by the Women's League
Call the Israel Bond Office, DI for Israel and is expected to be
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