Lubavitch Concert Program Prepared
British Unionist Praises
Israel's Efforts for Arabs
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
Pictured at a recent planning meeting of the committee for the
Lubavitch Hasidic Concert, which will take place Dec. 8 at the Com-
munity Arts Auditorium of Wayne State University, are (from left),
front row: Isadore Starr, co-chairman; Louis E. Levitan, guest of
honor; Mrs. Jack Seder, president of the Jewish Women's European
Welfare Organization; and Irwin I. Cohn, general chairman; middle
row: Paul Brickner and Charles E. Feinberg, chairman of the camp-
ing committee of Camp Gan Israel; and back row: Morris Ben Lewis
and Robert Ruch, co-chairmen of the concert committee.
Rabbi Zalman Posner of Nash-
ville, author and translator of a
number of works on Hasidism,
will be guest speaker at the Luba-
vitch Hasidic concert '7:30 p.m.
Dec. 8 at the Community Arts Au-
YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
ditorium of Wayne State Univer- meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Oak
Park Community Center. Hostesses
will be Esther Citron, Jean Fried-
man and -Frieda Horowitz. Post
members are invited for coffee
after their meeting, held the same
evening. President Betty Spinner
advises that plans are being com-
pleted for a joint post and auxiliary
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak
Park Community Center. Reports
will be given and plans discussed
for a membership drive and par-
cels to Vietnam. Prospective mem-
bers are invited. A social hour will
follow. For membership and volun-
RABBI ZALMAN POSNER
teer information, call Betty Katz-
man, LI 7-7879.
sity, it was announced by Irwin I.
Cohn, general chairman.
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN AUX-
Louis E. Levitan, director of the ILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
Detroit Israel Bond Organization, day at the home of Mrs. Sidney
will be honored.
Silver, 21940 Marlow, Oak Park.
All cash from fund-raising tickets
The concert, sponsored by the
Detroit Friends of Chabad Lu- must be turned in. Reports will be
bavitch and Camp Gan Israel, read.
will feature 14 Hasidic singers
Pfc. JOSEPH L. BALE POST
and musicians. Cantor Samuel
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Heber of St. Louis, interpreter of
Hasidic melodies, will be guest Stouffers Restaurant, Northland.
will be a speaker, movie,
entertainment, refreshments and
Rabbi Posner, a graduate of the games. Prospective members are
Lubavitcher Yeshiva, was one of invited. Women interested in join-
the first emissaries of the Lubavit- ing the auxiliary may call the
cher Rebbe to the DP camps in Jewish War Veterans office, 342-
Germany after World War II. 8161.
Spiritual leader of Cong. Sherith
Israel in Nashville for 16 years, he
is the founder of the Hebrew Day JWVA Seeks GIs' Names
School there. He is a member of for Sending Gift Parcels
the executive committee of the
President Mrs. Irving Silk of the
Rabbinical Council of America and Department of Michigan Jewish
has addressed audiences in Israel, War Veterans Auxiliary announced
England and other countries. He that there will be a mass packag-
has translated a number of com- ing of gifts to servicemen in Viet-
mentaries on the Tora.
nam 8 p.m. Tuesday at Einstein
For tickets and information, call School, Oak Park.
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, 398-
Chairman of the project, Mrs.
Benjamin Rubin, said she is in
need of names of servicemen now
ENTERTAINMENT Of* in Vietnam. Some 200 packages
* HANUKAH PARTIES -9( will be wrapped. Anyone who wish-
es to have a package sent may call
*Meetings . Bar Mitzvas
ings Parties—Comedians— Mrs. Rubin, 535-4031, or the JWVA
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356-8525 **** Death Blow to UN--Eban
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
LONDON (.TTA)--Isrieli For-
eign Minister Abba Eban warned
here that the United Nations
would be "committing an act of
self-destruction if it abdicated its
function in the Middle East cri-
sis." The Israeli diplomat, on his
way home -after- apparent fruit-
less efforts to elicit an Ara _ b re-
sponse to Israeli queries about
peace, at the UN,. noted that the
Middle East crisis was the only
international dispute in which the
world organization .maintained a
presence. A withdrawal by the UN
would create a diplomatic vacuum
in which the idea of peace would
fade, Eban said. -
TEL AVIV—A British trade union
leader said Tuesday that his group
was "no little impressed" by the
efforts of Histadrut, Israel's labor
federation, to integrate West Bank
Arab leaders into its activities.
Frank Cousins, general secretary
of the British Transport and Gen-
eral Workers Union, spoke at a
press conference prior to the de-
parture from Israel of a group of
unionists who spent the last 10
days touring the country as the
guests of Histadrut.
He said, "We had no political
mission whatsoever. We came here
seeking to the maintenance of
friendship." He added that rela-
tions between Histadrut and the
British Trade Union Council were
very close. Cousins' group made a
study of Israel's public transporta-
tion system, but he refused to com-
ment on its findings. "Each coun-
try has its own problems and
solutions," be said.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 22, 1968-31
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