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July 04, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-04

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22—Friday, July 4, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ida Rosenberg Cited Before Israel Trip

At the Berdichev-Keshenev-Zhitomir Aid Society Israel anniver-
sary celebration, which honored Mrs. Ida Rosenberg on the eve of her
departure for Israel and resulted in $18,000 in Israel Bond subscrip-
tions, are (from left) seated: Mrs. Rosenberg, Sam Cohen, president;
Jacob Resnick, vice president; Ben Golbin, financial secretary; and
Isadore Bell, treasurer; standing: Mrs. Goldie Plotnick, hospitaler;
Isadore Shapiro, toastmaster; Rubin Miller, recording secretary;
Louis Cohen, corresponding secretary; and Julius Levy, hospitaler.
The society bought $4,000 in Israel Bonds, bringing its total Bond
holdings to $16,000. Movsas Goldoftas, Jewish educator, was the guest
speaker.

B rt/z announcements

June 12 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ben
June 30—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Nicka min (Bunny Woolf), 17282 Tkatch (Sheila Williams), 23080
New Jersey, Southfield, a son, Geneva, Oak Park, a daughter,
Jennifer.
Aaron Lawrence.

I

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June 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Adelberg (Penny Trebuck), 20425
Harbor Lane. Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Teri Hope.
• • •
June 20—To Dr. and Mrs. David
J. Saperstein (Beverly Bermanis),
31440 John R, Madison Heights, a
son. Jason.
• •
June 19 — To Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Hoffer (Rita Stolman), 12741
Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, a
daughter, Fern Jean.

June 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Steven
J. Radom (Sharon Robins), 2611 N.
Campbell. Royal Oak, a daughter,
Harriet Eller..

June 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Hirschhorn. 18470 Fairfield, a
daugher. Carol Helen.
* • •
June 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Sugarman (Lauren Schwartz),
17509 Pinehurst, a daughter, Mindy
Annnah.
• • •
June 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
M. Azimov (Barbara Gold), 29433
Marshall, Southfield, a daughter,
Alysa Renee.

`Stop ABM' Group, Led
by Rabbi Groner, Will
Picket Sen. Griffin

Leaders of more than 40 labor
unions, peach movements, Detroit
area churches, synagogues and
political organizations have joined
the Michigan Stop ABM Commit-
tee in calling for massive picket-
ing of the Federal Building in
downtown Detroit 4-6 p.m. Tues-
day to demonstrate opposition to
the Nixon administration's pro-
posed Safeguard anti-ballistic mis-
sile system. Rabbi Irwin Groner
is chairman.
Charging that Congressional ap-
proval of Safeguard would lead to
". . . escalation of the worldwide
arms race and an incredible waste
of tax dollars," Stop ABM leaders
are hoping to influence Senate de-
bate and vote on the measure
scheduled to begin in Washington
after the July 4 recess.
The Federal Building offices of
Senators Phillip Hart and Robert
Griffin will be the target of the
picketing. The demonstrators will
show their support of Hart's posi-
tion opposing Safeguard and hope
to change Griffin's mind on the
measure.
Among the advisory board mem-
bers are Rep. Daniel Cooper, Lewis
Grossman, Bernard Klein and
Richard Lobenthal.
The steering committee includes
Mrs. Susan Grossman, Larry Horo-
witz, Nancy Levine, Prof. Alfred
Saperstein, Harley Selling, Rudy
Simons and Mrs. Elizabeth Weide-
man. Other sponsors are Calvin
Lippitt, Annetta Miller, Irene
Simons and Ed Chalom.

Israel and U. S. Enlarge Cultural Exchange Programs

NEW YORK—A total of 210 Is-
raeli educators have arrived to
serve as counselors and program
specialists in summer youth camps
under the auspices of the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Foundation.
Approximately 80 of them will
serve on staffs of seven Ramah
camps of the Conservative move-
ment, 20 in Masada camps, 50 in
communal camps sponsored by the
Jewish community centers and
other communal agencies including
Detroit's, 15 in Reform youth
camps, 20 in camps of the Zionist
Youth movements and the rest in
other institutions in the U.S. and
Canada.
In addition, a group of 20 Israeli
boy and girl scouts will visit the
Hashahar camps and attend the
jamboree at Idaho in July.
• * •
Thirty-four American teen-agers
with a marked taste for science.
coming from 20 communities in eight
states, left via El Al, for a seven-
week adventure in Israel, to take
part there in a Summer Science In-
stitute, especially arranged for
them by the Weizmann Institute of
Science on its Rehovot campus.
The seven-week program will
intersperse science studies with
guided tours to the historic sites in
Israel.
• • •
Seventy-six college-age men and
women from Israel, England and
Scotland are receiving training-
practice experiences this sum-
mer as specialists, teachers and

They Made
The Grade

Among the 136 Michigan State
University students who have been
accepted as members of the MSU
Honors College are: Laura Hass,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Hass, 11339 Riverdale, a sophomore
majoring in natural sciences; Karl
Sirotkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Sirotkin, 23210 Avon, Oak Park, a
sophomore majoring in natural
sciences; Richard Agar, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles C. Agar, 28325
San Marino, Southfield, a sopho-
more in chemical engineering; and
Harvey Reiter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Reiter, 17312 Alta Vista,
Southfield, a sophomore. Honors
College provides special academic
programs for superior undergrad-
uate students.



• •

CLIFFORD LEVIN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Levin of Wild-
wood
Ave., Oak Park, was one of
REV. GOLDMAN L
14 men selected for Mackenzie
Honor Society at Wayne State Uni-
versity. The society honors out-
MOHEL
standing male students for their
service to Wayne. Levin served as
353-544.4
president of the June graduating
class.

DAVID APPLEBAUM, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Applebaum,
former Detroiters of Euclid, 0.,
Experienced Mabel
received a scholarship granted for
Serving in Hospitals
Homes
academic achievement in the lib-
Golden Scholarships
eral arts division by the Hebrew
544-2864
Awarded 3 Winners
Theological College of Skokie, Ill.
Awards were presented this Applebaum was graduated in June
week to the three young winners from Yeshiva High School of Sko-
Recommended by Physicians
of
the second annual Dr. Donald kie, Ill. and was a student of Hil-
RABBI
L. Golden College Foundation lel Day School in Detroit.
Scholarships.
A cash award of $500 was pre- Goal of 50,000 Acres Set
Expert Aloha
sented to each of the winners.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
The winners were: Wayne County for Golan Reclamation
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JERUSALEM — The Jewish Na-
winner Ray Harvey, who graduated
from Northwestern High School in tional Fund reported 40,000 dunams
Detroit and will attend Eastern (10,000 acres) of land reclaimed
Michigan University; Macomb for agriculture on the Golan pla-
County winner Joyce Wojdacki, teau since the Six-Day War.
The Golan area eventually will
who graduated from Cousino Sen-
ior High School in Warren and be brought under cultivation to
will attend Wayne State Univer- 200,000 dunams (50,000 acres)
sity; Oakland County winner El- which will be put at the disposal
bert Cox Jr. who graduated from of the 13 existing new villages and
Troy High School and will attend of further outposts to be set up
Oakland University. They were there.
selected from well over 500 appli-
Among the rabbinic students
cations.
Among the judges on the selec- sponsored by the Jewish Chautau-
tion committee were Dr. Richard qua Society who will participate
Dresher, the director of scholar- as chaplains in boy scout camps
ship and guidance of the Detroit this summer is JERRY BEARMAN
City _ Schools, and Detroit City who will be at the Owasippi Scout
Camp in Twin Lakes, Mich.
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counselors at resident camps affili-
ated with the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board and other Jewish com-
munity-sponsored camp s. They
came to the United States through
the Jewish cultural exchange pro-
gram of JWB, which is the national
association of Jewish Community
Centers and YM-YWHAs.
Under this program, the joint
efforts of the youth and hehalutz
department of the Jewish Agency
for Israel and JWB's Community
planning and camping services
have resulted in the assignment of
63 Israelis to summer camps.
The Israelis chosen for the proj-
ect are currently staff members of
social welfare agencies, school
teachers and university students
preparing for careers as social
workers or teachers. They are put-

ting in their summer of service at
camps that include the Camps
Tamarack, sponsored by the Fresh
Air Society, Detroit.

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