30—Friday, November 21, 1969
New Hotels Up, Planned at Dead and Red Seas
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Chabad Lubavitch Honors
Feinberg on His 70th Birthday
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This Week's Radio and
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Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "The Challenge of the
'70s to Labor" features a discus-
sion between lawyer, author and
labor mediator David Cole and a
churchman whose specialization
has been urban life and social de-
velopment — Monsignor George G.
Higgins—on the role of organized
labor in the coming decade. Mod-
erator will be Rabbi Bernard Man-
delbaum, president of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
Bilingual text of award to Charles E. Feinberg by Hebrew Uni-
Dedicating it Haunka Hasidic l in an important project to enlarge
concert to Charles E. Feinberg, the library of the Hebrew Univer-
who will be honored at the functirm sity.
He has held important posts in
to be held at Ford Auditorium Dec.
9, the Detroit Friends of Chabad many movements, served as presi-
of the Jewish Placement Bu-
Lubavitch and Camp Gan Israel
call attention to the many honors reau and the Jewish Vocational
that were accorded the eminent Service, and has authored import-
Detroiter in Israel on his visit ant .monographs on valuable his-
there last month. One of the acco- torical material.
lades came from the Hebrew Uni-
versity which took note of Fein-
berg's role in advancing cultural
The event on Dec. 9 will feature
20 Hasidic singers. dancers and
musicians. The guest soloist will
be Rabbi Eli Lipsker, and the
guest will be Prof. Velvl W. Greene
of the University of Minnesota.
Feinberg, who was born in Lon-
don, England, was educated in
Canada. came to the U.S. in 1923,
and in the many years of his activ-
ities as collector of important liter-
ary documents and of Jewish cere-
monial objects has received num-
erous honorary awards and de-
grees. He is known internationally
as collector of the most important
Walt Whitman documents.
Associated with the leading Jew-
ish movements, he now is engaged
Bnai Brith Helps Send
Via Amateur Radios
The eighth annual "Operation
Hospital" — the sending of veter-
ans' greetings to family and
friends throughout the U.S. and
overseas—will take place this
Thanksgiving at the Veterans'
Hospital in Allen Park.
This service is made possible
through the efforts of the Com-
munity and Veterans Service
(CVS) of Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith and a group of ama-
teur radio operators of the Mich-
igan Six Meter Club. •
The greetings will he sent from
7 to 9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday
via the portable amateur station
at the hospital.
Sherman Goldman, chairman of
both CVS and local affairs of the
radio club, is chairman of this
project as well.
Rally to Pump Blood
Into Bnai Brith Supply
The Metropolitan Detroit Mai
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metropolitan
Detroit will sponsor a blood hank
rally 5 - 10 p.m. Monday and Tues-
day' at Pepper School, Oak Park.
Members who contribute a pint
of blood to their lodge or chapter
will have an opportunity to win a
kosher turkey in time for Thanks-
All Bnai Brith members are
asked to replenish the supply of
blood during this rally.
to Be Spokcn in .11-arch
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: "How They Knocked
the Devil Out of Uncle Ezra," a
fantasy by the late Morton Wish-
engrad concerning the battle be-
tween knowledge and superstition.
The Red Sea shore in Eilat and
the areas adjacent to the Dead Sea
are regarded by the development
agencies of Israel as particularly
ripe for development because of
the excellent climate and the
beauty of the unspoiled shore line.
Development of the beach area
will be part of the project, in
which the total investment, includ-
ing land costs, will amount to
The thing which in the subway is
called congestion is highly esteem-
ed in the night spots as intimacy-
Now under construction along
the western shore of the Dead Sea
is a highway connecting the north-
ern and southern extremes of the
body of water. When completed,
travelers will be only about one
hour away from Jerusalem by car.
Meanwhile, William Wasser-
man and Associates, a banking
and financial concern in New
York City, has joined with Efron
Zwi, Israeli industrialist, in the
construction of a new 136-room
hotel on the shore of the Red
Sea. Tthe Wasserman firm is
investing $340,000 in the new fa-
cility, which will be located in
the city of Eilat.
Your Bar Mitzva or Wedding
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday and 5:15
Station: WJBK (Sunday) and
Feature: "A Contemporary In-
sight"—the subject of a discussion
with Dr. Ellis Rivkin. professor of
history at Hebrew Union College
and speaker for the Judeo- Chris-
tian lecture series will be heard.
MISS PATRICIA BUSHTA
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bushta
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
of Appleton Ave. annonunce the
engagement of their daughter Pa-
Feature: Man and religion are
tricia Ann to Bernard Elkowitz, placed "in contact."
son of Mrs. Sam Elkowitz of Sus-
sex Ave., Oak Park, and the late
A March 15 wedding is planned. t
The KING'S KLIPPER, 28901
Evergreen, is the complete barber-
: shop, featuring styling and hair
cutting by Rick Abare and Fred
Stahl, with many years' experi-
ence in the Oak. Park area. Diana
Rosen, manicurist, has had exten-
sive training and experience. Serv-
ices include shoe shining.
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Eight
American Negro editors and pub-
lishers are on a visit to Israel for
10 days to study that country's
social and economic methods with
a view to applying some of them
toward the betterment of the
JULES DONESON, Detroit-area
Negro community in the United travel agent, is in Australia on a
States. Among the eight, represent- familiarization tour of Australia,
ing leading Negro newspapers, New Zeland and the Fiji Islands.
who will tour Israel as government
guests is Longworth M. Quinn.
GERALD D. KRAUSE attended
managing editor of the Michigan an advanced sales seminar at the
Chronicle. Their visit was arranged Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance
through the urban affairs depart- Company's home office in Hart-
ment of the Bnai Brith Anti-Defa- ford, Conn„ Nov. 3-7.
Kenyon C. Burke, director of the Inner City Synagogue
urban affairs department, is in the
group. They will visit educational Marks 10th Anniversary
institutions, youth projects, kib-
ST. LOUIS (JTA)—A synagogue
utzim, health and safety projects in the heart of St. Louis' inner
and will examine Israel's technical city which has no board, no rabbi
assistance program for African and no dues, has celebrated its
10th year of service to Jewish busi-
The other new..tnen making the nessmen. The Merchandise Mart
trip are Richard Edwards, manag- Synagogue was developed after a
ing editor of the Amsterdam News, memorial service was held in the
New York: Robert E. Johnson of sample room of downtown building
Chicago Daily Defender: Garth C. which made the participants aware
Reeves, publisher of the Miami of the need for a permanent down-
Times; and Howard Woods, pub- town site for Jewish businessmen
for such purposes.
lisher of the St. Louis Sentinel.
eanatelighting list mailed on request
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HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Leonard Rose and
Yuval Zaliouk" will be guest art-
ists in this new series of "Jewish
Musical Milestones." Both will ap-
pear at the Balfour Concert Sun-
day at Ford Auditorium.
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Part Two of "Choir of
Union Temple" will he featured.
This group will sing a series of
liturgical selections, whose inter-
pretation and performance will be
commented on by Cantor Harold
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TEL AVIV—Galci Zohar Hotel
("Bright Waves" in English) has
opened for tourists at Ein Bokek,
near the mineral springs of the
Dead Sea. The new hotel offers
more than 100 air-conditioned dou-
ble rooms, along with dining and
Ka shruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi ,
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady Mashgichim
U. 3. Gov't In.pectsa
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