Zager-Stone Rall3, Nets 89,800 in Sales Collegians Invited
to Weekend With
At the Zager-Stone Lodge and Chapter, Bnai Brith, Israel
Night, which realized $9,800 in Israel Bond subscriptions, are (from
left) seated: Aubrey Kort, president of the lodge, and Mrs. Jack
Brickner, a president of Zager Chapter; standing: Paul !Wales,
vice president; Circuit Court Judge Charles Kaufman, guest speaker;
Sam Bornstein, recording secretary; and Sidney Kort, vice president.
Leo Polk is Israel Bond chairman of the lodge, and Mrs. Bernard
Dosie, of the chapter.
Drzat A.I. 117 „Activities
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will hold a mem-
bership participation program 8:30
p. m. Tuesday at Oak Park Com-
munity Center. A program on ADL
and brotherhood is planned. Danc-
ing and refreshments will follow,
and friends and male guests arc
The Lubavitcher Youth Organiza-
tion of Detroit will sponsor a Sha-
bat Weekend Seminar for college
students Jan. 23-24 at the Luba-
vitcher Center, Oak Park.
This seminar will offer the stu-
dents Sabbath participation in
Hassidic living, and it is expected
for many to be the first opportunity
to be in a religious, Torah-oriented
atmosphere. There is no prior
background or commitment re-
Topics to be discussed will „be
geared toward various concepts of
Chabad-Lubavitch Hassidism, its
intellectual approach, its historical
setting and its relevance and ap-
plicability in the modern world.
The annual Israel Bond dinner-
dance of the Albert Einstein Lodge
and Chapter, B'nai Brith, will be
held 8:15 p.m., Jan. 31 at Cong
Shaary Zedek, with Sarah Rubine.
Israel's singing star as artist and
Hy Kalus, director of Israel's
Habima Theater, as speaker.
Miss Rubine has made tours
of the United States, Europe and
Latin America, has been seen on
the Ed Sullivan and Johnny Car-
son TV programs and is a best-
selling recording artist. She has
appeared in many night clubs and
hotels, including the Cafe Sabra
in New York, Fontainebleau and
Lucerne hotels in Miami Beach and
Concord and Grossinger's in the
_11r. Sher of California
No Jewish Nation Aside
From Israel? Students of
20 Lands Feel Otherwise
HELSINKI, Finland (JTA) — A
Knesset member's assertion that
there is no such thing as a "Jewish
nation" outside of Israel stirred a
violent reaction among 150 Jewish
students from 20 countries attend-
ing a seminar at Kiljava Monday.
The statement was made by Uri
Avneri, who represents the tiny
Haolam Hazeh faction in Israel's
The seminar, which had as its
theme "an ideology for the
Jewish people" was organized
by the World Union of Jewish
Students. It attracted delegates
from most Western European
countries and from Israel and
Avneri, who edits and publishes
At a recent cocktail party in
Born in Romania. Miss Rubine
the Israeli magazine Haolam Ha-
came to Israel in 1950 and quickly Beverly Hills. Calif., Mr. and Mrs.
has been described as the
became a star Richard Goldsmith of Adrian Rd..
attraction in thea- Southfield, announced the engage- Knesset's "infant terrible." The
of his discourse at the
ter. She spent six ment of their daughter Suzanne subject
seminar was "Israel without
years with the Kosofsky to Robert Sher, son of Zionists."
Do - Re - Mi Thea- Mr. and Mrs.
Avneri is opposed to most gov-
ter and per- Beverly Hills. and the late Mrs.
ernment policies and believes that
formed in musi- Edith Sher of Columbus, 0.
would be better off without
cal comedies, in-
cluding "Pajama the late Mr. Daniel Kosofsky. An Zionist ties to Jews abroad.
Despite the outrage voiced by
G a m e." The April wedding is planned.
those who disagreed with him,
organizers of the seminar said his
za" and "Oh. My Eban Invited by Bonn,
appearance was beneficial if only
Papa." In Paris,
he generated such resist-
she was a head- Not Himself-.—Jerusalem because
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A foreign ance to his ideas.
liner at the Thea-
were Rabbi Nor-
ter de'Etoile and ministry spokesman said Monday
Miss Rubin* in TV shows. that Foreign Minister Alibi. Eban man Lamm, who spoke on reli-
She also starred at the Sabra was invited to visit West Germany gious Zionism and the Neteurei
Hotel in Buenos Aires and ap- next month at the initiative of the Karta, and Mordechai Bar-On who
peared regularly on TV. While West German Federal Government represented the Jewish Agency.
singing in night clubs at the and he accepted the invitation with
World's Fair in Brussels, she zabinet approval.
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The spokesman said a report. in
came to the attention of a leading
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American producer, which launch- the West German news magazine
ed her career in the United States. Der Spiegel
Eric Rosenow and his Continen- • la:d "invited himself" and caused
tals will play for dancing. For the Bonn government great
reservations, call Israel Bonds, barrassnlent was "purc
College Facility Aided by San Jose Council
SAN JOSE, Calif. (JTA) — A allocated up to $4,000 for the facil-
Jewish activist group is one of ity for this year. lie said the action
three Jewish student groups who had been taken on recommenda-
will use and operate a facility at tion of the Jewish Community Re-
San Jose State College for which lations Council because of concern
the San Jose Jewish Community about growing Arab propaganda
Council has agreed to accept fi- on the San Jose campus and the
need to broaden understanding
JCC president Hy Weisel said among its students on why a last-
that the board of the council had ing Middle East peace can come
Boston U. Students Seek
Courses in Judaic Studies
only from agreement by Israel's
Arab neighbors to negotiate their
differences with Israel.
New techniques in pediatric sur-
gery, or "mini-surgery," now
make it possible to correct many
life-threatening malformations in
newborns, according to the March
*SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY
Special sessions will be held at
9:30 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Satur- *
day. The conclusion of the weekend
will be a melave malka 8 p.m.
Saturday at Temple Shaarey
Tzedek, East Lansing, hosted by
members of the East Lansing
community and the local youth
The weekend is open to all col-
lege students, men and women, at
The Bnai Brith Women's Council
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, will of Metropolitan Detroit has an-
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cong nounced the chartering of Masada
Beth Hillel. "The Arab Menace at Chapter in the West Bloomfield.
Wayne State University and Ways Birmingham, Franklin and Farm-
and Means of Combating It" will be ington areas.
discussed by a panel of students
The next meeting will be held
and community leaders. Refresh- 12:30 p.m. Monday at the home of
ments will be served, and hus- Mrs. Milton Silverman, 6105 Pine-
bands and friends are urged to
tion, call Mrs. Eddie Silver, 626-
no charge and arrangements will
5049, or Mrs. Louis Weberman,
be made to house all participants
with local Hasidic families. For
reservation call the Lubavitcher
to Feature Israeli
Friday, January 16, 1970-27
BOSTON (JTA) — Six hundred
Boston University students have
petitioned President Arland Christ-
Janer and the trustees of the uni-
versity for a major in Judaic
The student group is asking for
courses in Jewish history, philos-
This weekend program, known ophy and modern Hebrew litera-
as "An Encounter with Chabad," ture. It is headed by Joel Grisha-
is a function a the Lubavitcher ver of Brookline, Mass. and Barry
Youth Organization's newly Shain of Philadelphia. The univer-
founded University and College sity presently offers courses in
Council, directed by Rabbi Yitz- three levels of Hebrew language
chak Mann. Rabbi Mann has and a course entitled "Hebrew
been actively engaged for a year Classics in English Translation."
in arranging programs and lec- Enrollment for these courses is
tures of Jewish interest for Jew- approximately 130.
ish students on college campuses
Next year, the language courses.
a course in rabbinical Judaism and
in medieval Judaism will be
Participants in this weekend will
be students from the Lubavitcher offered by the university.
HARRY B. KEIDAN LODGE
and CHAPTER will hold a theater
party Feb. 19 at the Americana
Theater to see "Hello Dolly."
Friends are invited. For tickets House at Michigan State Univer-
and information, call David Jaffa, sity, as well as students from Oak-
land University, University of
Michigan, Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity and Wayne State.
New. Chapter Chartered
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