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June 27, 1969 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-27

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Friday, June 27, 1969 -7

Detroiters Needs Parley

WJCongreis of Britain Meets' With American Section for 'Jewish Dialogue'

NEW YORK — Members of the Jewish Congress.
I eluding the role of women in the
British Section of the World Jew- A wide range of Jewish concerns I Jewish communities of both coun-
ish Congress held a week-long ex- are on the delegates' agenda, in- tries.
change of views with their Ameri-
man Jewish counterparts in the
first "Anglo-American Jewish Dia-
logue" at Stephen Wise Congress
House here.
Serving as hosts to the British
visitors are the American Jewish
Congress and the American Section
of the World Jewish Congress. The
British delegation, numbering 35
men and women, is headed by
CALL BUS. MI 4-1930
Jack Barnett, general secretary of
RES. 642-6836
the British Section of the World




With Pinkas Sapir (second from left), minister without portfolio,
at the International Conference on Human Needs in Israel, are De-
troiters (from left) Paul Zuckerman, a national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and president of the United Jewish Charities;
Max M. Fisher, president of the UJA and former president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation; Toby Citrin; and William Avrunin, execu-
tive vice president of Federation. The conference concluded last week.
(Detailed story on Page 2.)

United Hebrew Schools Accepts
Registration for September Classes

Albert Elazar, superintendent of
the United Hebrew Schools, an-
nounces that high school and Mid-
rasha classes will be meeting this
fall in the new Rohlik Building on
12 Mile Rd. and Murray Crescent,
This . building is the first of a
campus complex on a five-acre site,
which will include administration
offices, community library and
auditorium. High school and Mid-
rasha classes will begin Sept. 10.
The United Hebrew Schools, the
Detroit Jewish community system
of Hebrew schools, provides Jewish
education from nursery through
college by teachers who are certi-
fied by the Detroit Board of Li-
cense. The course of study includes
Hebrew language, Bible, Jewish
history, Jewish life, Israel, Jewish
current events and the reading and
understanding of prayers. Thirty
new buses provide transportation
from public schools in Detroit and
The UHS is accepting registra-
tion for fall classes for all stu-
dents of the elementary depart-
ment. The five-year requisite for
graduation and Bar Mitzva re-
quires that students be enrolled
in a Jewish school when they are

lar part of the program.

The Southfield branch will meet
in the Beth Achim Congregation
building on 12 Mile Rd. between
Lahser and Evergreen. This school
will be operated jointly by the
UHS. The program will include
kindergarten, first, and second
grades through the regular five-
year Hebrew school and confirma-
tion. Five-, 6- and 7-year-olds are
eligible for kindergarten, first and
second grades. Regular Hebrew
school enrollment starts at age 8.
To serve the Farmington area,
the UHS will continue to meet in
the Fairview Public School in the
12 Mile Rd.-Middlebelt vicinity of
Olde Franklin Towne. This branch
will be cooperatively sponsored by
Adas Shalom Congregation and the
UHS and will be called the Adas
Shalom School. Two-hour Sunday
' morning classes will be held. for
kindergarten, first and second
graders. Regular Hebrew classes
will meet three times weekly for
two hours each day. This school
will meet at Fairview until the new
Hillel Day School building in South-
field is completed.
The Borman-Beth Moses Branch
will continue to serve families liv-
ing in Detroit. Parents may call
8 years old. There is no extra the UHS, DI 1-3407, or the branch
charge for Bar or Bat Mitzva nearest their home.
(See ad, Page 8)
preparation, since this is a regu-

Woman Prof to Chaperon U.S. Team
to Maccabia; U-M's Allen Withdraws

NEW YORK — Jane Katz, a pro-
fessor at Bronx Community College
in New York, has been named cha-
perone for the 'U.S. team which will
participate in the eighth World
Maccabia Games in Israel July 28-
Aug. 7.
The announcement was made by
U.S. Maccabia team captain Robert
E. Rosenberg of New York.
Prof. Katz represented the U.S.
in swimming at the 1957 and 1961
Maccabia Games and won gold
medals in the 100-meter butterfly
and 400-meter medley relay. She
also was a member of the 1964
U.S. Olympic synchronized swim-
ming team which performed in
Mike Allen of Palo Alto, Calif.,

the Big 10 butterfly champiost
from the University of Michigan,
has withdrawn from the U.S.
swimming team, which will par-
ticipate in the games.

the games. Rhodesia will be repre-
sented by 18 athletes.
* • •
Discus thrower Kenneth Dietz, a
University of Pennsylvania sopho-
more from Rye. N.Y., was named
to represent the U.S. in the Macca-
bia Games.

Wexler Hits Congressmen
Seeking to 'Punish' Youth

ures before Congress to curb stu-
dent protests are more likely to
aggravate such turmoil than ease
it, Dr. William W. Wexler, presi-
dent of Bnai Brith, declared in an
address to 2,000 delegates at the
117th annual session of Bnai Brith
district 3.
He criticized "ambitious politic-
ians" who rushed to offer bills
"like lollipops to appease the frus-
trations of an adult society that ap-
pears unwilling to make the hard
effort to understand its youth and
wants only to quiet them, by force
if necessary."
He said the "rash of punitive
proposals" in Congress and state
legislatures would simply "threat-
en academic freedom, encourage
conformity and punish more of the
innocent students than the guilty."
,He said no more than 2 per cent
of the students were radical ex-

Mrs. Lorraine Lotzoff Abramson
of Lennox, Mass., has withdrawn
from the U.S. track team. Impend-
ing motherhood is the reason. Mrs.
Abramson was the "Golden Girl"
of the 1965 Maccabia Games. She
won the 100- 200- and 400-meters
while representing South Africa,
met her American husband at the
games, married him in 1967 and
then settled in this country.
• • •
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