Role of U.S. Chaplains Outlined
Camp Gan Israel
to Hold Open House
Irwin I Cohn and Charles E.
Feinberg, co-chairmen, announce
an open house at Camp Gan Israel
of the Midwest, in Fenton, will be I
held 1-4 p.m. Aug. 16.
A special noon luncheon for sup- I
porters of Chabad. by invitation
only, will precede the open house.
The program will include a tour
of the camp grounds, including the
new dining hall and dormitory un-
der construction. Being built adja-
cent to the
Liam Hordes Nle-,
morial Lodge, the
seat 225 people
in the dining
hall, and sleep
60 in the dormi-
Morton L. Mandel (second from left), president of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, and Herbert Millman (far left),
executive vice president of JWB, who assumed their respective
leadership pests in recent months, met with the chief of chaplains
of the various branches of the military service for orientation pur-
poses. They are shown during their visit in Washington with
Chaplain James W. Kelly, chief of chaplains of the U.S. Navy.
Rabbi Aryeh Lev (far right), director of JWB's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy, acted as liaison.
tory. This addi-
tion will enable
Camp Gan Israel
to enroll 50 more
campers per sea-
The new build-
ing is in memory of the parents of
Robert Ruch, an active supporter
of Camp Gan Israel from its begin-
Camp Gan Israel, located 60
miles from Detroit on Pine Lake
Road, has more than 22 build-
ings, including campers' cabins,
waterfront building, main build-
ing and synagogue. The camp is
bordered by wooded land, with a
large cleared area for sports.
Under the auspices of the Merkos
Hias Service Reporting He avy Migration in July
NEW YORK—The influx of Jew-
ish refugees from Eastern Europe
and the Middle East continues,
United .Hias Service, the worldwide
Jewish migration agency, reported
in announcing the arrival of 127
immigrants during the first week
Two charter flights brOught 48
and 63 refugees, respectively, to
Kennedy Airport. Smaller numbers
arrived on other planes during the
seven-day period, including a cou-
ale from the Soviet Union coming
to join their .son.
These newcomers are being re-
settled, with the cooperation of
local family agencies, in a score
of communities throughout the
United States, including Detroit.
Gaynor I. Jacobson, Hias execu-
tive vice president, estimated that
6,400 Jewish refugees and migrants
would be assisted by the agency
to resettle this year, including
3,000 in the United States.
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mothers at Marillac Hall, a Torch
on M.E. Issued
"Questions and Answers on Mid-
dle East Problems," a pocket guide
on some of the most frequently
asked questions on the Arab-Israel
conflict, was published by the
American Jewish Committee.
The 48-page booklet was pre-
pared in response from Jews and
non-Jews alike for simple and brief
background material on the Middle
East situation. It aims to provide
a historical perspective to the com-
plex issues and events underlying
today's Arab-Israel tensions. Copies
are available from the American
Jewish Committee, 165 East 56th
St., New York 10022.
In answer to the question "What
kind of help does Israel want from
the United States?", the guide says
Israel has asked for loans to help
its economy and for permission to
buy United States military equip-
It explains that Israel has re-
peatedly emphasized that it does
not want direct military aid from
the United States.
Answers are given to questions
on a binational Arab-Jewish state,
refugee resettlement, Arab and
Israeli positions on Jerusalem and
terrorism. The guide also answers
question on Zionism, how Israel is
governed, the relationships of gov-
ernment and religion in Israel, and
the factors that led to the three
wars between Israel and the Arab
states in the past two decades.
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NEW YORK (JTA)—Forty New
Jersey students from Rutgers Uni-
versity, New Brunswick, left to at-
tend a summer session at the
Hebrew University, it was an-
nounced here by the American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
The students are undergraduates
and graduates who will receive
academic credit from Rutgers for
Many of the students will be tak-
ing courses in such subjects as
biblical history and literature,
acheology, study of the Arabic
language and modern Israel poli-
tical and social studies.
The program is arranged by the
American Friends of the Hebrew
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
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prominent Orthodox Rabbi
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady Mashgichim
Of all first admissions to mental
hospitals, 50 per cent suffer from
Five Detroiters were among 118
alcoholism, according to the Great-
American and Canadian college
er Detroit Council on Alcoholism,
graduates who left Wednesday for
a Torch Drive service.
Israel to spend one year as teach-
ers, social workers and instructors
under the Sherut La'am program.
The local students are Eileen
Feinberg of Southfield, Arlene
Friedberg and Helen Gasner of
Oak Park and Joel Kaplan and
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Gary M. Zamler of Detroit.
Another g r o u p of 25 young
Americans and Canadians will
leave July 29 to spend a year work-
ing at Kibutz Nachsholim.
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an atmosphere of traditional ob-
servance and practice and is the
only camp of its type in the Mid-
Chairmen of the women's com-
mittee for the open house are Mrs.
Max Biber and Mrs. Ruch.
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