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December 19, 1969 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-19

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UHS Teachers
to Hold Annual
Winter Confab

Marshall Lodge S:25,100 Bond Sale

Israel Refuses Lash.
Wants Mirage Jets

firmly opposed to accepting any

refund from France for the 50
Mirage V jet fighter bombers that
were embargoed by the de Gaulle
regime though Israel had paid for
them in full.
According to informed Sources •

United Hebrew Schools SuPer-
intendent Albert Elazar announces
the annual Winter Institute for

here, Israel insists on delivery of ;
the aircraft, which are being held '
in storage in France.

Teachers will take place Wednes-
day and Thursday at the Esther

Alan Kandel, director of social
At a leadership reception on behalf of Louis Marshall Lodge and
planning of the Jewish Welfare
Chapter, Bnai Britt', which resulted in 825,100 in Israel Bond sub-
Federation, will open the institute
scriptions, (from left) !tarry Koltonow, dinner-dance chairman; Pro-
at 10 a.m. with a discussion of bate Judge Ira G. Kaufman, guest speaker; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gold-
teaching the subject of Jewish
berg; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michlin, the hosts; and Joseph Feldman,
community institutions. At 11 a.m.,
president of Marshall Lodge. The reception was held in advance of
Dr. Benjamin L_ Yapko, associate the dinner-dance, honoring Goldberg for exemplifying the Bnai Brith
superintendent of the UHS, will
credo and for his dedication to Israel. Mrs. Alichlin is a daughter
discuss the teaching of current
of the Goldbergs.
The afternoon session will be-
gin at 1 p.m. with a presentation
of experimental 'materials pre-
pared by UHS teachers Chava
Paul Zuckerman was re-elected ciations in the U.S. to coordinate
Adler, Batia Einicovie and president of the United Jewish fund-raising and budgeting for a
Yomina Mathis. Eva Wiesner, Charities at its annual meeting.
city's total Jewish philanthrophy,
UHS music instructor, will show
Other officers re-elected were it was the predecessor and one of
how the teaching of musk can Irwin Green, vice-president; Al- the founders of Federation and has
aid in the learning of language, fred L. Deutsch, treasurer; and remained its senior member.
Bible, Jewish life and other sub- William Avrunin, secretary.
The UJC's particular responsi-
jects taught in the elementary
New members elected to the bility today extends to all agency
hoard of directors are Lewis S. buildings and other communal
The 10 a.m. Thursday session Grossman, Joseph H. Jackier, Mil- properties and for the promotion
will begin with UHS librarians ton J. Miller and Bert Smokier. and management of endowment
David Elazar and Sarah Bell' Louis Tabashnik was re-elected to funds.
demonstrating how periodical lit- I the board for a three-year term.
erature can be a major contribu- I
Highlight of the meeting was the '
tory source to Jewish studies.
presentation to Tabashnik of a
At 11, George M. Zeltzer, chair- gavel in recognition of the service
man of the education division of 1 he has given both to the UJC and
the Jewish Welfare Federation, •the Jewish Welfare Federation.
TEL AVIV — Research into the
will analyze Prof. Walter I. Acker- 'He served as UJC president from kibutz as a social and technological
man-'s article "Jewish Education 1966 to 1968 and
system is being undertaken by the
for What?" in the 1969 issue of chairman of the executive com- American Council for the Behavior-
the American Jewish Year Book. mittee of Federation. The olive al Sciences in Kibutz Management
The article deals with the aims i wood gavel from Israel was pre- and Social Research Center in New
and achievements of Jewish educa- Isented by Zuckerman.
United Jewish Charities, found-
tion and includes a discussion of
The center, 666 Fifth Ave., is
administration, staff, curieulum, ed in 1899, is celebrating its 70th ' working in collaboration with the
student enrollment and financing. year of continuous communal Federation of Kibutz Movements
The topic will be explored by a activity. One of the earliest asso- in Israel to find out why members
panel, including Solomon Schim-
of Israeli collective settlements
mel and Dr. Joshua Geller, UHS
achieve high productivity without
teachers; Mrs. Leah Drachler, a
money incentives.
parent, and Daniel Nadis, UHS
The American behavioral sci-
high school student. After lunch,
entists also are trying to filed out
sessions will resume with a sum-
whether there is something is
mary and general discussion. The
the way children are reared in
community is invited to the Thurs-
the collectives that makes for a
day sessions. For lunch reserva-
warmer relatioaship between the
tions, call the UHS office, DI


f or

Kibutz Researched
by U.S. Scientists

Miami Housing Studied

mittee to explore all possibilities
to provide low-cost housing for
residents of the South Shore area
of Miami Beach has been formed

by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-

eration. Milton Weiss, federation
president, said the committee on
housing for senior citizens would
work with all governmental and '
private organizations for that ob-



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Dr. Marrow also said the 18-
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1. ita l ions

✓ Thank You Notes
✓ Etc.
Rosalie Dean — 357-1658
Molly Yagoda —357-4526

Chairman of the American Coun-
cil is Dr. Alfred J. Marrow, presi-
dent of the American Board of
Professional Psychology and an
authority on the application of be-
havioral science to modern indus-
trial management.
He said reports so far indicate
that man-hour productivity in kib-
utzim is higher than in societies



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The embargo was imposed by
former President Charles de
Gaulle after the Six-Day War in
which the French leader accused
Israel as being the aggressor.
The embargo has been continued
under the regime of President
Georges Pompidou although there :
had been some indications that the
regime was to improve relations
with Israel.
Sources here said that the French
believe the Mirage affair is under-
mining attempts to improve rela-
tions with Israel and want to close
this chapter by refunding the
money for the planes. Such a possi-
bility has been raised by a number i
of French officials in talks with
Israelis, but Israel insisted that it
wants the planes, not the money.

UK Re-Elects Paul Zuckerman

A onetime immigrant from the
Ukraine who can recall learning to
read from the magazines his father
wrapped around herring was gra-
duated with a masters degree in
administration from Wayne State
University Tuesday evening.
Morris Jacob Loren, 72, received
the degree at the same time one
of his daughters, Mrs. Rosalyn
Barclay, was graduated.
Loren, 310 Greenfield, Royal
Oak, was the son of poor Ortho-
dox Jews in the Ukraine. He said
his father taught him to read
Hebrew at age 3 but he taught
himself to read Russian from the
magazines his father used to sell
He arrived in Detroit in 1925. be-
came a partner in a laundry busi-
ness and, after learning English in
night school, went to Wayne for a
bachelors degree in 1930.
Loren sold his laundry business
three years ago and went to work
as a substitute mathematics teach-
er in the Detroit schools. He plans
to start teaching accounting at
Wayne County Community College
while working on a doctorate in

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here greeting Charles E. Feinberg
who was honored on his 70th birth-
day at the Chabad concert on Dec.
9. Prof. Greene was guest speaker
at the Chabad event-
Detroit's Chabad leaders an-
nounced this week that plans are
being made for another concert to
be given in 1970.
Pleased with the successful event
held two weeks ago at Ford Audi-
torium; where nearly 2,000 people
witnessed the Hasidic perform-
ance, local leaders said the third
such event aghin will bring to
Detroit the favorite _performers
who gave the concert here in two
successive years.
Irwin I. Cohn, who has aided the
movement here and has assisted in
plans for the concert, said the
large attendance at the most re-
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