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October 24, 1969 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, October 24, 1969

Center to Focus on Israel Program for Young Adults

people on a variety of programs
said he does not have as
adequate budget to widely pub-
information
on
made where to turn for
licize his services. Other corn-
is
UNICEF
Three out of four children, a up A of
spooks, Halloween
witches, and gob- extended trips to Israel, an "Israel
t mitments to the community pre-
Programs Night" has been sched-
vent him from being at the Cen-
staggering total of 900,000,000 boys
vonia
AZA
Chapter
i
L
-
lins• it retains all the fun of ring
ueto
.d

at
the
day
Thu rs
p.m.
more than twice a week
,
and girls, live in areas where a inn doorbells, parties, apple-bob-
; Created by Bnai Brill'
p.m.,
s Shiffman Hall.
glass of milk is a luxury and where bing and the collection of treats. Jewish Center
The
Bnai
Brith
Youth
Organiza-
(Tuesdays,
10 a.m.-3
The big difference is that UNICEF I The nearest Israeli consulate is
minor
disease
can
lead
to
death
a
ad-
4:30-6:30
p.m.)
spooks and witches are really in Chicago, the closest area rep .* tion announces the creation of a Thursdays,
introductory
i n A
t of t se, r a brief
for lack of care. What can we do
resentative of the Jewish Agency'
k s up
new AZA boys' chapter in Livonia, dress
mienet t e irnegs t
angels
angels in disguise,
Aliyah Department resides in Shalom AZA.
about it?
wwilolrkbsrhe
theeial
pe
I Last year UNICEF performed
iany case, con-
BBYO has served girls in Livo- each of ,• which one particular pro-
the gigantic task of assisting 120 Cleveland, and, in
nia
through
Dalyah
BBG
for
the
developing countries in their fight sulates
do want
not advise
young
peo- a ,
pi who
to try
li e on
past three years.
Each workshop will be held twice
against
the dread
diseases in
which
millions
of children,
their kibutz or attend school in Israel. . i The new AZA chapter, for boys !I gram vall be explained.
a capacity for 35 members and has to facilitate participation in at least
affect
More than two years after a in
grades 9-12, age 14-18. will have
struggle to provide adequate nutri . ! desk for information and programs '
tion for their growing youngsters,
and in their efforts to replace su- , in Israel was set up at the Jewish' already attracted 20. Adviser to two sessions.
Hebrew department, this !
Owl boat atcp to alwatia
Oct. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Harvey perstition and ignorance with ; Center
: service still seems to be a well-1 18560
the new
group
is Allan Finnk.1 i
Milburn,
Livonia.
i
Kahn (Susan Weinberg), 15111 sound maternal and child health
kept secret, said Meir Ariel, the
For
information,
Livonia
boys
Northfield, Oak Park, a daughter, practices.
, are asked to call Finnk, GR 6-2066,
Amy Michelle.
rn rough the Children'sFun d, i
or the BBYO regional office, 342-
• • •
each penny that is dropped into .
, 7337.
Oct. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert the orange and black collection
Zuckerberg (Laura Siporin), 14260 cartons will provide the vaccine
Prescriptions Filled
Talbot, Oak Park, a son, Brian to protect a youngster in South
Eye Doctors
Howard.
America from tuberculosis, or
• s •
five cups of milk for a hungry
Two Detroit educators have in
' Oct. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Her- baby in Asia.
a plan for a concert tour
bert Polk, former Detroiters of
penny can provide the vac-
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
cine to protect a child against of Israel by an All-American Youtn
Buffalo, a son, Kenneth Todd.
54 3 - 334 3
1
26001 Coolidge
Band,
concerts
already having
! smallpox, and 5 cents can mean
* • *
SHOES FOR
Oct. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Michael the antibiotics to cure a child been scheduled for a two-week
I THE FAMILY
MUSIC IN THE FASHION
Jaffe (Ellen Rovin), 29410 Rock from trachoma, which can cause ' period in major Israeli communi-
OF WILD GYPSY PASSION
ties in July.
Creek, Southfield, a son, Jeffrey blindness.
15224 W. 7 MILE ROAD
Receiving encouragement from
For a single dollar, 16 children
JOCELYN
. .
1 1/2 Blks. E. of Greenfield
Rod.
can be protected from malaria for Israeli officials and touris
* s *
And Her Gypsies
PHONE: 342-8559
a year, or one child can receive reaus, Seymour Okun and Robert
4
to
20
Men
Available
Oct. 10—To Capt. and Mrs.
Hours: 10 to 6
four years of leprosy treatment. Lask are mobilizing a band of 94,
474-7638
Jeoffrey K. Stross (Ellen
Canisters are available at the from all faiths and all races, for
Schwartz). former Detroiters of
participation in the project that
Edwards, Cal., a daughter, Wendy Jewish Center
has aroused wide attention.
Bea.
Planning to make "Hachoff Hay-
*

arok" in Natanya the base for the
Oct 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
orchestra,
the two educators whose
dore Tulupman (Kay Steinman), I
specialty is music in Detroit's
17550 Jeanette, Southfield, a son,
high schools are arranging for ex-

Peter Charles.
pert guidance and for advance re
* s *
Just a preview of the
hearsals to assure widest interest
Where will the 1970 high school
Oct. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Miles
great new collection. All
in the concerts that are to be
in the fine tradition
Brod (Adele Michelson), 10251 Cor- graduate go to college? How about given free at kibutzim and in ma-
of old world
ning, Oak Park, twin sons, Randell the Hebrew University in Jerusa- jor Israeli centers.
craftsmanship,
lem, or Tel Aviv University. or
Scott and Brian Neal.
thnt
really puts.
Information
regarding
participa-
I
perhaps a half-year of study on a
• * *
the accent finish
tion may be secured from Sey-
Sept. 16—To former Detroiter kibutz?
to your home.
mour
Okun
at
Fraser
High
School,
Seniors at two high schools will
Dr. Gary Gutterman and Mrs.
Fraser, Mich.
Gutterman (Sheila Maydet of Chi- learn about opportunities for study
in
Israel when Zev Brauner, direc-
cago), now of Denver. a son, Ste-
patit. rsttartet,,
tor of the Israel Aliya Center and Halloween Treats Asked
ven David.
representative of the Israel Stu-' for Area Boys' Home
• • *
Mecokativecitcasiontes
dent Authority, visits their schools
To Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lash Tuesday — 10 a.m. at Southfield
Unwanted Halloween candy to
A../lcom
(Nancy Bonin), 27680 Arlington, High and 2 p.m. Oak Park Hi h
(RV..
sweeten the lives of unwanted
1800 S. Woodward, Birmingham
Southfield, a son, Craig Adam. .
corner of Smith)
(2 Mks. north of 11 .111.. West ride–
Brauner will speak on the Is- children is sought by Mr. and

647-6233
Mrs.
L.
H.
Landau,
24231
Gard-
raeli educational system, which
.ys •
for toeuerk.ca 3rteon4epn,q; i..wl.hwatflott i ezo gel L ,to
0101ms Club
offers a variety of study possi- ner, Oak Park.
1
Loy Away
For the 10th year, the Landaus
bilities to American youth, from
are collecting candy to be dis-
full university loads to work-
I study programs on the kibutz tributed to some 500 children at
Visit MICHIGAN'S Fineit
(collective farm). For the first the Oakland County Children's
time, this information is being Village and neighboring boys'
home. They request that the
made available at high schools
through college counseling ses- candy be dropped off by Nov. 4.
of "Natronolly yA ttert ised Products
sions. A trial meeting at Ford
ImportersWholesalers • Distributors
In
1941,
Japanese
authorities
be-
High
Oct.
14
was
so
well
re-
REV. GOLDMAN L.
ceived that arrangements were gan to deport many German Jew-
immediately made for the meet- ish refugees to Shanghai and
DIAMONDS
ing with students at Southfield barred further entry of Jews.
MOH EL
Some of the Jewish refugees ob-
and Oak Park.
RINGS
Young people from the United tained visas for other countries.

353-5444
States comprise more than half of There are only 900 Jews in Japan-
For better selection, and
JEWELRY
all foreign students at Israeli uni- 600 in Tokyo and 300 in Kobe.
to assure holiday delivery,
versities. American institutions
WATCHES.
generally allow complete transfer
ORDER EARLY.
credit from them.
CLOCKS -

Kids to Help Kids

Because it is felt that few your), shaliah who

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Plan Youth Band
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