Survivor Dedicates Memorial to Town
$3,600,000 Raised in 1969, British JNF Parley Told
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 7, 1969-33
LONDON (JTA) — The Jewish ; a similar project in the northern 1
. , National I Fund of Great Britain ; Arava region where it will he re-
raised more than $3,600,000 in 1969 : sponsible for three settlements— Campsite as Gift
I for major land reclamation proj- ' Hatseva, EM Yahav and Shezah. ,
UIS (JTA )—A small group
I ects in Israel, it was announced at ■ The younger section of the Bri-
the closing session of the JNF's I and JNF also held its conference of friends of the Jewish Comu-
--: , 45th annual conference. Rosser ! and undertook to sponsor land nity Centers Association has pur-
was re-elected president.
' reclamation at Tetura, a new set- chased one of the nation's out-
Speakers at the session said that tlement south of the Dead Sea.
standing campsites from its owners
; while 1969 had been a satisfactory 1
! year for the JNF, greater efforts I
The new it
to the will
were required to meet - presr.nt :
Camp Hawthorn, which the JCCA
needs. The major achievement of is a savage, and the old man who has leased from the State of Mis-
the year was completion of a land will not laugh is a fool.
souri for the past 32 years for
reclamation project in the Arava i
—George SantayanP JCCA camping programs.
region of the Negev sponsored by .
1 The JNF is about to embark on ' 4(
Jewish-Sponsored Facility 4c
for Disturbed Children
Dedicated in Chicago
CHICAGO (JTA) — A new corn- ♦ (
Louis Kay, 22186 Gardner, Oak Park, stands over a memorial mon-
ument he has dedicated at Hebrew Memorial Park to the 800 people
of his home town of Wtoszozowa, Poland, who were killed in crematoria.
All were taken on Yom Kippur 1942. Kay, now 44, was the only member
of his family to survive the Holocaust. At 14 he worked as a slave in
six concentration camps in Poland and Germany. The memorial repre.
sents the 10 Commandments, with names and photographs of his family
on each side.
Youth Calendar at Bnai Moshe
munity educational facility of the Jr
Jewish Children's Bureau of Chi- r
cago, which provides specialized '71 ‘
education on the elementary level -4(
in small classes for children with ..ar
emotional problems, was dedicated _L-- ,
this week on the grounds of the -76
Bernard Horwich Jewish Commu- IC
nity Center. The new classroom of
the Esther Clamage Branch of the
Decatur public school has a capa
city for 20 pupils. Special teaching -4(
staff, as well as the services of 4(
psychiatrists, child guidance coun- *
selors and social workers, are pro-
vided to the children and their "P•
families. The school was operated 4(
previously at Temple Emanuel.
Comic Alan King Gives :
$200,000 to Hebrew U. *
The Tails and Tefilln Club of gation and USY Chapter in grades
NEW YORK (JTA)—A gift of *
Cong. Bnai Moshe has elected the 3-6 will meet 2 p.m. at Bnai Moshe
following officers for the 1969- , and go to Melody Lanes for a $200,000 was pledged by comedian _b.„,
Alan King last week for a scholar- 74
1970 season: - bowling party.
ship fund for the Hebrew Univer-
Allen Eisenberg, president; Fred
sity. , King made his pledge at a ..0(
Cohen, vice-president; and Wally
luncheon of the Builders of Scopus, 4(
a group of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University.
The group meets 8:30 a.m. Sun-
Proceeds from the luncheon will
days and features services break-
be used for a $1,000 scholarship
fast and a bowling league. A'
community breakfast, father and president of the Lapeed Youth and $1,500 for maintenance for
presen- Group of Cong. Bnai David at a scholarship receivers.
tation of bowling trophies are held recent installation dinner.
King told the luncheon that he
Other officers of the group, a expected half of the scholarships
annually. The group is open to all
boys age 13-17 and is sponsored by member chapter of the National to be financed by his gift to go to
Conference of Synagogue Youth, needy students from the United
the Bnai Moshe Men's Club.
are Marc Plonskier and Nancy States attending the Hebrew Uni-
Nagel. vice presidents of organiza- versity and the other half to be
This Saturday evening, the tion and programing, respectively;
seventh and eighth grade United Joel Last, treasurer; Ira Schle- shared by Israelis and students
Synagogue Youth Chapters will singer and Laurie Zack, secretar- from Africa.
meet at the synagogue at 6:45 and ies; Tina Penfil, sergeant-at-arms;
proceed to Melody Lanes for a and Linda Naimark, publicity Egypt Selling Commodity
She Produces Best?
The Senior USY Chapter will , Max Sosin, president of Bnai
BERLIN (ZINS)—For the price
meet 7 p.m. and hold a hay ride David, and Irwin Weisberg, ad-
of 2,300 marks ($460) everyone -- r"
at Roy's Ranch.
viser of the youth group at Young (except Zionists) is invited to pur-
Israel of Oak-Woods, were guest chase a burial plot in sunny Egypt,
On Sunday,_ the Junior Congre- speakers; and Rabbi Aaron Bran- according to a brochure issued by
der, Bnai David youth director, the Egyptian commercial attache
in Western Germany.
The announcement, d i r e c t e d
largely to doctors, tourist bureaus
Lahav USY to Greet
and funeral establishments, invites
New Adviser., Officers
Germany's elder citizens to spend
A gift of $2,500 has been present-
Beth Achim's United Synagogue their last years in Egypt, and fail-
ed to the Jewish Welfare Federa- Youth Chapter, Lahav, will meet ing that, to arrange to be buried
tion by the students of the United ' 2 p.m. Sunday at the Southfield in the shadow of the pyramids.
building to greet its new adviser,
The brochure offers the follow-
Cheryl Weiss, and its incoming ing price list: An ordinary grave,
This is the amount which the officers.
2,300 marks; a roomier grave dug
students in the schools pledged in
An archery event at Northland in rocky earth, 5,000 marks. Mau-
response to the 1969 Allied Jewish Skating Rink is scheduled for 8 soleums are priced from 10,000 to
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund. p.m. Nov. 15. Lahav's football 25,000 marks.
Members of the Junior Division of team in the Greater Detroit area
the Jewish Welfare Federation is still undefeated in the USY
16 Day School Leaders
Spoke at the schools during the
Campaign, instructing the students
Get National Honors
For information, call President
on the history, scope and goals of
NEW YORK — Sixteen Jewish
Shelly Gutman, 358-0995 .
the Allied Jewish Campaign.
communal figures from throughout
$2,500 to Campaign
SATURDAY 9:30 TO 9
Less Than Manufacturers
suit with a
and Flare leg
yours to own
Sizes 8 to
16 . . . a real
As part of their education in
Jewish ideals, a committee of
students decides on the disburse-
ment of these funds.
Their fulfilling of their pledge
at this time is in response to the
intensive cash mobilization drive
being conducted by the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel E m e r-
gency Fund. All those with out-
standing pledges to the 1969 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel E m e r-
gency Fund have been urged to
mail in their checks so the vital
work being done by the health,
education and welfare agencies
here ,and overseas can continue.
YIVO Center Trains
NEW YORK — Forty-nine stu-
dents frem nine colleges and uni-
versities are obtaining specialized
Jewish training at the YIVO Cen-
ter for Advanced Jewish Studies
which opened its doors a month
ago, it was announced by Dr.
Judah 3'. Shapiro.
Dr. Shapiro will preside at the
annual banquet of the YIVO Insti-
tute for Jewish Research on Sun-
day• at New York's Americana
Hotel, to mark the official inaugu-
ration of the Center.
the country who are leaders in
day school education will be pre-
sented with the distinguished
"Amudim" Award at the 26th an-
nual Torah Umesorah dinner at
the New York Hilton Nov. 16.
A highlight will be the presenta-
tion of the Siegfried Bendheim
Memorial Award for 1969 to Abra-
ham M. Druckman of New York
City. This award is the highest
national honor given by the day
school educational world.
Being middle-aged is a nice
change from being young—Dorothy
Charge It !
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
12 to 5
9:30 to 9
GREENFIELD-8 MILE RDS.