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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-06

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Youth News

Et-Gar Slates Mass Meeting

Et-Gar, the high school youth toward Israel and their Jewish-
organization which lists among its ' ness," will meet 2 p.m. Sunday at
goals "to minimize the ignorance the Oak Park Jewish Center.
and apathy that are present in a
Et-Gar, which in English means
growing number of Jewish youth , Challenge, is inviting new mem-

Hudson's Presents Series
of Children's Movies

' hers to take part in the group's
activities, including lectures, rat
I lies, discussions and participation
in Jewish community affairs.

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The group puts out a newsletter,
The J. L. Hudson Co., will pre-
sent from March to June, the chil- "Ha Etgar ye Hatikva," the chal-
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lenge
and the hope, and includes
drer.'s Movie of the Month (CMM),
a series of four motion pictures for in its programing an active fight
children, in conjunction with 10 against anti-Semitic and anti-
1 Israel propaganda. Copies of the
Detroit area theaters.
The 10 participating theaters in. newsletter may be obtained by
elude the Redford, Adams, Royal writing to Et-Gar, 18100 Meyers,
Oak, Eastland, Quo Vadis, Gate Detroit 48235
Students who are interested in
way, Villa g e, Wyandotte-Main,
and Mount Clemens- membership may contact Laurel
Terrace
Brainin,
357-5150.
Jewel.
The mass meeting Sunday will
Joining in the announcement include committee reports, a talk
were CMM President Harvey Cher- by Izack Margalit, Et-Gar educa-
tok and Herman Zuckerman, exec- tional adviser, an Israeli movie
utive vice president.
and discussion groups.
Beginning Feb. 9, the Hudson
ticket service at the Downtown,
Northland, Eastland, Westland, Pupils to Be Consecrated
Oakland and Pontiac stores will at Adas Shalom Service
offer parents an opportunity to pur-
Cong. Adas Shalom's 23rd Hak-
chase low-cost subscription ticke's
dasha (consecration) will be held
good for all four films. In addition
as part of Sabbath morning serv-
to mail and telephone orders, tick-
ices 8:45 a.m. Saturday in the main
ets may be picked up- at all J. L.
sanctuary. Newly enrolled pupils
Hudson box offices.
of the school will be inducted into
The four films, each to be ac- their religious studies at the serv-
companied by two color cartoons, ice.
will be hown 1 and 3 p.m. March
Rabbis Jacob E. Segal and Leo-
21, April 18, May 16 and June 13.
nard Cahan will officiate, Cantor
The films, on the respective Nicholas Fenakel and the Syna-
dates, are "'The Boy and the gogue Choir will chant selections,
Laughing Dog" starring Walter and the children will be led in
Brennan, Phil Harris and Sidney prayer and song by their teachers.
Poitier; "The Blue Bird," star- Julius E. Allen, president, will
ring Shirley Temple; "Smiley," tender greetings to consecrants
starring Sir Ralph Richardson, and parents. Emil Wolok, chair-
John McCallum and Colin Peter- man of the education commission,
son; and "Gay Purr-ee," starring and Barry S. Bank, director of
the voices of Judy Garland, Rob- youth education, will present the
ert Goulet, Red Buttons and consecrants with miniature Torah
'scrolls and candy—symbolic of the
Hermione Gingold.
Among those within the commu- sweetness of learning.
nity who have offered encourage-
ment and support to the program
are individuals associated with the
Synagogue Council of America.
Marc Jeffrey Eizelman, son of
former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Brotherhood Posters
Hy Eizelman of Atlanta, will ob-
on Display at Museum
serve his Bar Mitzva Saturday at
Twenty-four posters from the Cong. Ahavath Achim, Atlanta.
annual Brotherhood Poster Con- Grandparents Mrs. Ida Herskovitz
test, sponsored by the Junior and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eizelman of
Round Table of Metropolitan De- Detroit will attend.
troit, are currently on display in
the Round Hall of the Detroit His- Student Travel Guide
torical Museum.
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations is
The purpose of the poster con-
test is to promote mutual respect, offering a free, up-to-the-minute
guide
to college students interest-
friendship and understanding
among high school youth of all ed in visiting, studying or working
in
Israel.
religous, racial, nationality and
Copies may be obtained by writ-
socio-economic backgrounds.
Judges for the contest are mem- ing Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation,
1640 Rhode Island Ave., N.W.,
bers of the graphic arts depart-
Washington, D.C. 20036.
ment of Glengary Press and
Wayne State University art depart-
ment.
The exhibit can be viewed
through Feb. 23.

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World Scientists Honor
Technion Researcher

HAIFA — A commemorative
"Contributions to Science,"
which includes writings from 33
world scientists, has been pre-
sented to Prof. Markus Reiner,
senior scientist at the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology.
The book, edited by Prof. David
Ahir of the Technion, was given to
Reiner recently at ceremonies
marking his 80th birthday. Reiner
is Gerard Swope Research Profes-
sor in the mechanics department at
Technion.
Reiner, who has helped develop
the rheology field, has been on the
Technion faculty for 19 years.
Rheology is the theory of flow.

Bar Mitzva

Project Outcry
Unit Plans Soviet
Jewry Program

The Jewish Youth
Council's
Project Outcry 1970 committee,
which met last week at the Jewish
Center, has made tentative plans
for a program on Soviet Jewry in
May that would draw participa-
tion of all Jewish Youth Groups.
An event for the entire community
will take place near Simhat Torah,
in late October.
Co-chairmen for Project Outcry
1970 are Dennis Eisenberg of
Young Israel NCSY, Project Out-
cry 1969 chairman Fran Pfeffer of
Adas Shalom USY and Chuck Kell-
man of Bnai Moshe USY. Other
committee members are from
Bnai David, Beth Shalom, Beth

Moses, Beth Achim and Livonia
youth groups and Young Dancers
Guild.
Youth Council coordinator Joel
Verbin reported to the group that
petitions signed during Project
Outcry 1969 did make an impres-
sion on Soviet officials in the Wash-
ington Embassy. Petitions coming
from Detroit—far from New York
City—were something out of the

ordinary to the Soviet officials, it
was reported to Verbin by Yaram
Dinstein, consul general of Israel.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

General Zionist Plenary

NEW YORK (ZINS)—The plen-
ary session of the executive of the

World Union of General Zionists
will open in Tel Aviv Feb. 22, on

the eve of the Zionist Actions Com-
mittee meetings, it was announced
by Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presi-
dent of the World Union of Gener-
al Zionists.
Dr. Neumann indicated that
these meetings will discuss the
position to be taken by the Gen-
eral Zionists on the "reorganiza-
tion plan" of the Jewish Agency,
and that the agenda also will in-
clude a discussion of issues to be
raised at the next World Zionist
Congress.

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2 p.m. Sunday in the synagogue
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They Made
The Grade

SHIRLEY MOSCOW, a student
at the University of Michigan, is
among the 54 American under-
graduate students who left Jan. 28
to participate in a one-semester,
15-credit study program at Tel
Aviv University under the sponsor-
ship of the University of Maryland,
Tel Aviv University and the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Foundation. This
is the first fully accredited semes-
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American college at the university.

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