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June 06, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-06

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Kasle Honored by Hillel, Teachers

Recognizing the important role their teachers are extending high
he has played in Jewish educa- honors to Abe Kasle.
tional ranks, local schools and
Hillel Day School is dedicating
its graduation journal, "Harvest
'69," to Kasle, who is completing
Orthodox Rabbis Elect his third year as the school's
president. The Hillel graduation
Leizer Levin as Head
will be held June 19 at Cong. Bnai
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis Moshe.
has re-elected Rabbi Leizer Levin
The Hebrew Teachers' Associa-
to serve as presi-
dent and Av Din tion will honor Kasle at its annual
dinner
at the Esther Berman
(father of the
court); Rabbi S. P. Branch of the United Hebrew
Wohlgelernter a n d Schools 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
The Hillel Day School statement
Rabbi Nehemiah
Katz of Toledo as of tribute to Kasle, prepared by
vice presidents; the school's headmaster, Rabbi
Rabbi Joshua Sper- Simon Murciano, reviews Kasle's
ka, treasurer; a n d many contributions to Jewish life
Rabbi James I. Gor- in Detroit and concludes:
don, secretary.
"On the occasion of his 70th
Rabbi Chaskell Grubner is exec- birthday in 1965, Hillel Day School
utive director (Menahaal) of the offered a tribute to Mr. Kasle at
Council, and Rabbi Israel Notis is its annual Founders Day Dinner,
in charge of kashrut supervisors. honoring him for a lifetime of
The council, 342-6260, invites public service to the Jewish community.
inquiry on all matters pertaining It was then that Mr. Kasle an-
to religious observance within the nounced the beginning of a $1,000,-
community.
000 campaign for a school building,
and he started the drive with his
own generous pledge.
The Frank Sidney
"The theme of the 1969 gradua-
Orchestra
tion, 'Those Who Dream,' is truly
descriptive of Mr. Kasle's hopes
Adult Professional
and aspirations. Since assuming
Entertainment
the office of president of Hillel
VAlley 3-1739
Day School in 1966 his great dream
has been to erect a permanent
home for our school. Under his
•1‘..*% ENTERTAINMENT IF** able leadership and with the de-
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voted assistance of other com-
* BANDS, ACCORDIONISTS,
munity leaders, the new home of
Hillel Day School is currently be-
* NOW! LIGHTING AVAILABLE
FOR EVERY PARTY
lk ing built on Middlebelt Road with
community wide celebration and
Seymour
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Schwartz Agency* a dedication
planned for the fall.
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"The completion of the school's
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building, which will provide
modern facilities for hundreds of
Jewish children of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit area, will bring even
greater joy to Mr. Kasle and to all
Orchestra and Entertainment
friends of Jewish education."
Reservations can still be made
for the dinner Sunday in Kasle's
honor by calling Mrs. Zoltan Eizi-
kovic, LI 1-5964.

1***

Larry Freedman

647-2367

Fredrick

of

Berkozcer Furs

Complete Fur
Service
19329 LIVERNOIS

Near Cambridge

862-2566

ADA KOK TO MACCABIA
NEW YORK — Dutch swimmer
Ada Kok, Olympic 200-meter but-
terfly champion and world record-
holder in the event, has accepted
an invitation to participate in a
series of exhibition races held in
conjunction with the eighth World
Maccabia games in Israel, July 28-
Aug. 7. She will be joined by
several other outstanding stars,
including South Africa's Karen
Muir, world recordholder in the
backstroke and individual medley.

in our new Mod Boutique and
Jewelry, but we have what it
takes to make a gift turn on
young swingers.

(and young

minded Moms & Dads)

GIFTS !
GIFTS !

for . . . Graduation
Confirmation
Bar Mitzvah
Birthdays
Sweet Sixteen

Cheerfully Gift Wrapped at No Charge

Colony Accents New Bees Knees also in Lincoln
Center, Greenfield at 101/2 Mile, Oak Park, open
Thursdays and Fridays to 9:00

Cheryle L. Klein to Be
Mrs. Daniel S. Glass

Friday, June 6, 1969-29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Il i

uiiella

Suburban

Green-8 Center Only!
SUNDAY 12 TO 5

and

SATURDAY 9:30 TO 9

MISS CHERYLE KLEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vikser of
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their grand-
daughter Cheryle Lee Klein to Dan-
iel Steven Glass, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Glass of Grand Con-
course, Southfield.
Mr. Glass and Miss Klein,
daughter of Mr. Louis Klein of
Sharon Ave., Southfield, and the
late Mrs. Dolores Klein, plan to
wed Oct. 19.

Broomfield Urges
Direct M.E. Talks,
With Big 4 Aid

Congressman William S. Broom-
field (R-Royal Oak), told the Sha-
arey Zedek Men's Club last week
that the world "is only inviting a
tragic replay of history" if it pres-
sures Israel to withdraw from oc-
cupied Arab territories without
also insisting on a peace treaty
signed by both sides.
The major powers had an oppor-
tunity following the Middle East
war of 1956 to insist on such an
agreement. Instead, they forced
Israel to withdraw from Arab
territory in the Sinai Desert with-
out a signed peace agreement, he
said.
While insisting on direct ne-
gotiations between Israel and
the Arab states, Broomfield said
he believes the Four Power talks
on the Middle East at the United
Nations can be a "positive and
helpful force" in assisting the
two parties in reaching an
accord.
Broomfield said the situation in
the Middle East and the search
for a meaningful disarmament
agreement with the Soviet Union
are equally as complex as Vietnam
and almost as urgent.
He commented that the shift
from military to political issues in
the Paris peace talks is an en-
couraging sign the world is on the
road to settlement in Vietnam.
Broomfield, ranking Republican on
the Far East subcommittee of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
cautioned it may be a long, dif-
ficult road and America will need
all of the patience it can muster
before a final peace is achieved.

KNIT
SALE!

Sunday
and

Saturday

was $55
NOW $27.50

Sunday
and

Saturday

For wear now!
Light weight im-
ported wool knit
ix white, beige or
aqua.

Charge It!

Security
Juliet
Mich. Bankard

Jewish Librarians to Meet
at Atlantic City Assembly

ATLANTIC CITY—Jewish librar-
ians throughout the United States
and Canada will come together for
the Association of Jewish Librar-
ies' annual convention here, June
17-20 at the Breakers Hotel.
Addressing the sessions will be
prominent persons in the Jewish
library, academic and publishing
fields.
This year, the synagogue, school
and center division of the Associa-
tion will announce the first winner
of its award for the best Jewish
juvenile work published during the
past year.
, Nine libraries in the Detroit
area are affiliated with the asso-
ciation.

The wise only possess ideas; the
greater part of mankind are pos-
sessed by them. — Samuel Taylor
Coleridge.

GREEN-8 CENTER ONLY!
GREENFIELD-8 MILE RDS.

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