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February 27, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-27

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Independence Hall to Move In Berlin-KozloffBetrothal
First Senior Citizens Sunday Announced in Chicago

Independence Hall, the newly
built senior citizens' residence
sponsored by the Young Israel
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
at 1935 Chene, will accept its first
residents Sunday.
Five families will be moved into
this new facility each day during
March, April and May. The 216
units are divided into 72 effficien-
cies and 144 one-bedroom. suites.
The firm of Schostak Brothers
and Co., realty management firm,
has been engaged to manage the
property.

Among the features of Inde-
pendence Ball are the low ren-

tals, from $75 to $110 per month,
which includes all utilities ex-
cept telephone, and the built-in
needs specially designed for resi-
dents 62 years or older, such as
non-skid bath tubs, grab bars,
cupboards within easy arm
reach and adequate closet space
in each apartment.

Every third floor will have its
own washing and drying facilities.
The residence has been built
under the Housing and Urban De-
velopment 202 Program. A few
choice apartments are still avail-
able. For information, call Inde-
pendence Hall, 962-5292, or the
Young Israel office, 548-2377.

Yiddish Theater Ensemble to Present
'From Brod to Broadway' Here April 4

A Yiddish Theater Ensemble of and directed by Ben Bonus. It is
six New York musical stars will based on current Jewish life in
be presented here 8:15 p.m. April America and Israel and gems of
4 at the Oak Park High School Jewish folklore.
The ensemble includes Shifra
auditorium.
Farband-Labor Zionist Order and Lerer, Miriam Kressyn, Seymour
the Workmen's Circle are spon- Rexite, Michael Michalowitch
soring the appearance of the en- and the musical director-pianist
semble, who will stage a new mu- Murray Rumshinsky. Director
sical revue, "From Brod to Broad- Bonus is a singer-actor of the
way" by Wolf and Sylvia Younin
international Yiddish stage.
Yiddish stage.
Their appearance here is part
of a nationwide tour under the
auspices of the Workmen's Circle
and Farband which, for more than
40 years, have brought Yiddish
theater and concert art into scores
MONTREAL (JTA)—The Cana- of Jewish communities in the
United
States and Canada as part
dian Jewish Congress has protest-
ed to Lufthansa, the German air- of their cultural, educational and
line, over advertising for air tours community activities.
Tickets may be obtained from
which include the Passion Play
Isadore Brown, Farband ticket
this year at Oberammergau.
In a telegram to the airlines of- chairman, 864-6608; Frank New-
fice in Cologne, Monroe Abbey, berg, Workmen's Circle, KE 7-
CJC president, said that the organ- 5440; Borenstein's Book Stores and
ization was "deeply distressed and Dexter-Davison Market.
resentful" over the airline's pro-
motion in Canada of the tour. The Safed Haven for Aged—
telegram noted that the play,
staged every 10 years, "has been Away From Civilization
condemned as an anti-Semitic libel
SAFED (ZINS) — Prices for
by Christians and Jews in Ger- dwelling in Safed have risen, due
many and throughout the world." to an increasing demand by elder-
The telegram said that the CJC ly citizens wanting to make their
national executive had scheduled homes in that ancient town. They
a meeting to discuss the matter believe that Safed promotes
and to plan "protest action longevity because of its unusually
throughout Canada."
healthful climate.
The CJC said it was unable to
The "Elders of Safed" contend
understand "why Lufthansa con- that their very dry climate and the
tinues to sponsor tours in connec- relatively peaceful countryside
tion with this manifestly anti- which has not been "contamin-
Semitic production which is in de- ated" by civilization, make Safed's
fiance of the spirit of reconcilia- townspeople immune to many ill-
tion manifest in the Federal Ger- nesses that cut life short.
man Republic."
One of Safed's outstanding ex-
amples is Mrs. Lola Ommad, who
died last year at age 106. She
never had a sick day in her life,
never needed glasses and never
followed any special diet.
Tion
Her experience, i tis said, is not
COUTURE-BOUTIQUE
an isolated one. A large precent-
CUSTOM DESIGNS
age of Safed residents reach a
LOUNGEWEAR - ACCESSORIES
very ripe old age, free of the ail-
LUGGAGE
ments that plague the inhabitants
in more "civilized surroundings."
MERRILLWOOD MALL

Lufthansa Slapped
for Selling Tours
With Passion Play

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 27, 1970-33

USSR Israel's Enemy
Just as Egypt Is: Golda

JERUSALEM (JTA—The Soviet
Union must be considered as much
Israel's
enemy as Egypt, Premier
Or*
Golda Meir told the Knesset Tues-
day confirming that she had made
such a statement in an interview
with New York station WPIX.
Replying to a question from Uri
Avneri of the Maverick Haolam
Hazeh Party, she said Soviet arms
were flowing to Egypt in "trem-
endous quantities" even though
the Soviets know they are meant
for Israel's destruction. She charg-
Max Schrut
ed also that Soviet military experts
For Good Photographs
were serving in Egypt, advising
and Prompt Service
Egyptians in the "aggressive
..
Call Me at
policy."
She said that the Soviet govern-
ment was making announcements
hostile to Israel and that Soviet
Weddings — Bar Mitzvas
We Come to Your Homo
"lies and incitement" had encour-
With Samples
aged Egypt to prepare and launch
UN 4-6845
TY
5-8805
MISS MARI BERLIN
the 1967 Six-Day War against
Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Berlin of
Chicago announce the engagement
Professional Entertainment
of their daughter Mari G. to Don-
ald E. Kozloff, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Kozloff, former Detroiters
of Chicago.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Centenary College of New Jersey
and now attends the University of
Featuring Television Personality, Singer Vickie Carroll
Wisconsin. Mr. Kozloff was a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity at
545-2737
DI 1-8525
Michigan State University, of which
he is a graduate.
A July wedding is planned.

BLAIR STUDIO

THE

SHELDON ROTT
ORCHESTRA

Aloha

Army Operates Radios,
Television on Sabbath

JERUSALEIVI (JTA) — Radios
and television acts in army camps
and canteens may now be oper-
ated on Saturdays and holidays,
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
said Tuesday. Operation of sets
has been forbidden in public places
out of deference to Orthodox sen-
sibilities.
It was decided, however, that
troops who bear the brunt of Is-
rael's current small war should
not be left without news about it
for 24 hours every week. The pro-
posal, which came from the army
general staff, was approved in the
cabinet over opposition of Reli-
gious Party ministers.

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Czech Vice Premier Talks
With Jewish Leader

Has a Whole New
Breed of Spectators

LONDON (JTA)—The vice pre-
mier of Czechoslovakia, Prof. A.
Cervenka, received the chairman
of the Council of Czech Jewish
Communities, Frantisek Fuchs, at
the latter's request, it was report-
ed here from Prague. No details
were given, but it is believed they
discussed recent anti-Jewish refer-
ences on the Czech radio and in
the press.

T & C's spectators flaunt tradition with a brand new outlook

Histadrut's Support

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of GE Workers Was
Punished, UAW Says

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TOWN &
COUNTRY

The United Auto Workers' news-
paper Solidarity reports that with-
in hours after Histadrut, Israel's
Federation of Labor, sent a $5,000
check to support striking General
Electric workers in the U.S., "GE
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