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March 26, 1971 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-26

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40—Friday; Maro 26, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

,RNSISSIMMINIZMIENO

JWV

Haber Predicts World Acceptance
of ORT Prircples in Peace Era;
David Page Reads Men's Chapter

Montreal Jewish Agency LA Family Service Aids
Offers French Lessons
Victims of Quake Trauma

MONTREAL (JTA) — Lessons
LOS ANGEL'S (JTA) — The
in French are being given twice Jewish Family Service has an-
BALE POST will meet 8:15 p.m. weekly at the offices of the Allied
nounced its services are available
Tuesday at JWV headquarters. Jewish Community Services, the
to Jewish parents who find they
Jack Kutnick will speak on "Drug central agency for Montreal Jew-
are unable to deal with anxieties
Predicting that in an era of ing included Morris Pelavin of Abuse." Refreshments. The adult
peace the entire Middle East will Flint, who is active in forming a education series will begin 8 p.m. ry, in line with recommendations their children are suffering as a
adopt the ORT program of rehabil- similar group in his city: Torn April 29 at the Oak Park Com- of a special AJCS committee aimed result of the massive earthquake
itating the underprivileged and Cook of Ann Arbor. a graduate munity Center. Topic for the eve- at "adjusting the Jewish commun- that struck the city. Harry Rub-
ity to the eventual predominance
that a new approach thereby will from the ORT school in Kherson, ning is "Soviet Jewry" with
guest of the French language" in Que- enstein, JFS assistant executive
be made to elevating the standards Russia, and Jack Rader, associate speaker Daniel G. Berk. Moderator bee.
director, in announcing the serv-
of the impoverished who are in director of ORT in New York.
ice, said that the children "may
will be Bale Post member and
need of self-help through proper
The AJCS Committee on the be anxious about leaving home for
In a brief report on national Jewish Community Council Vice
training. Dr. William Haber, inter- activities, Rader reported that President Hubert Sidlow. Judge French Fact was set up in Jan- school in the morning, have trouble
there now are 24 men's clubs in Lawrence Gubow will report on uary 1970, to find means of re- sleeping at night or fantacize ter-
this country serving the ORT the world conference in Brussels. solving the problems of increasing rible scenes." He said the "un-
cause with a total membership of Refreshments. The 15th annual pressures on Jews in the province usual set of circumstances" cre-
18,000.
golf outing will be June 8 at Shen- developing from the Canadian ated by the disastrous quake had
He also reported that of the andoah Golf and Country Club. French-speaking minority's cam- shaken the children much more
paign for equality in Canadian than the parents and "no parent
60,000 students in ORT schools, Featured is all-day golf, swimming
,
should feel inadequate if he feels
40,000 are studying in Israeli contests, dinner, prizes and enter- national life.
he needs to seek help."
tainment. For reservation and
installations.
David K. Page, the chapter's registration forms, call the JWV Science Knows No Enmity Classified Ads Get Quick Results
new president, a native Detroiter, office, 255-4743.
REHOVOT (ZINS) — Dr. Moshe
*
*
studied at Dartmouth College
Greenspan of the Weizmann In-
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
where he graduated as an honor
stitute has received a personal in-
student in 1955. He received his
OF DETROIT
vitation to visit Egypt from Salah
law degree from Harvard in 1958.
Ya-Alal, scientific editor of the
He studied on a Fulbright Scholar-
ea ing Egyptian daily Ahram.
ship in the London ,School of
Jack Schwartz, past commander . The two scientists met last
SUNDAY, APRIL 4-7 P.M.
Economics and upon his return to of the Jewish War Veterans De- month in India, where they par-
preview 5-7 p.m.
this
country,
joined
the law
Honigman,
partment of Michigan, as well as 1 ticipated in a scientific confer-
Miller,
Schwartz,
Cohn
firm in
Morton
S
i
I
v
e
r
m
a
n
Post.
was
ence.
At
that
meeting,
Ya-Alal
1 845 1 W. 10 Mile Rd.
1963.
He is a member of the board awarded the 1970 Veteran of the displayed great interest in the
admission $1.00
DAVID K. PAGE
of Allied Supermarkets, serves on Year Trophy and Golden Award at work of the Weizmann Institute'',
the recent inaugural ball of the and followed this with a formal in- qI MI NM HI ani mei
MI is 4
national president of ORT, ad- the board of Temple Beth El, is Allied Veterans Council of Wayne vitation to Dr. Greenspan to come
dressing the annual meeting of - a member of the Young Leader Counts, .
to Egypt and observe the latest
the Detroit Men's CRT Chapter ship Cabinet of the United Jewish
e
eszkiewicz, president of the
eve opments there in science.
Sunday morning, at the Jewish Cen- Appeal, serves on the board of
Jewish
Community Center and council, made the presentation in
ter, told of vast advances again the Jish
is active on committees of the Jew- recognition of Schwartz's leader- Young Marrieds Group
made by the ORT movement.
Dr. Haber called for under- ish Welfare Federation and the ship in organizing and planning
standing of the issues that confront Council of Jewish Federations and hospital functions in the Veterans' to Meet at Beth Moses
not only Israel in the Middle East Welfare Funds. He is a member Administration hospitals serviced
The recently formed Young Mar-
but also the student bodies on of Knollwood Country Club and by the council, a coordinatin g or- rieds Group of Cons , Beth Moses
ganization
of
27 veteran groups in will meet at the synagogue 7 p.m.
Standard Club. He is married to
American campuses.
Michigan State
April •
the former Andrea Burdick and metropolitan Detroit
"There is pea:0 on the cam-
they
have
two
sons.
Schwartz,
an
elected
delegate
to
All Jewish young . marrieds are
pus," he ,stated, - and he told of
Fairgrounds
the council from the JWV, is serv- welcome.
evidence of renewed identifica-
I ing as Veterans' Administration
Community Arts Bldg. I
tion with their people by young
i
officer
and hospital
hosptal chair-
char-
Jews, especially in their empha-
man
man
of
the
AVC.
He
is
a
past
tic interest in the plight of Rus-
I
April 2, 3, 4
BETH SHALOM MEN'S CLUB president of the council and has
sian Jewry.
By
will hold an auction 8:30 p.m. Sat- provided service to veterans and
I
Dr. Haber reviewed the various
DANNY JAMES
1 p,m, to 10-pimi.. -
Featuring An Organ for
proposals for an intended peace urday at the synagogue. All are their families for 20 years.
Today's New Sound
welcome,
and
refreshments
will
be
II
65
Dealers
in the Middle East and he pointed
Adni. $1.25
We also do house parties
(Adm. $1.00 with ad)
out how damaging some of them served. To donate items, call Jack
271-4679
Lovinger, 544-3444.
r1.111
are. He endorsed the stand taken
1•11
by Golda Meir and warned that the
reopening of the Suez Canal could Carl Lichtenstein Heads
bring Russian fleets closer to the Men's Clubs Region
Buddy Hackett and Anthony
Southeast Asian conflict, thus en-
Newley will be the entertainers
Shippan Point, Stamford, Conn. 06902
Carl R. Lichtenstein was elected 8:30 p.m. April 26 when Joseph L.
Tel.: 203-325-2231
dangering the U.S. position.
M. Schwarschild, Director
president of the Great Lakes Reg- Bale Auxiliary holds its second
A report on the Detroit Men's ion,
National Federation of Jewish annual cystic fibrosis benefit at
ORT Chapter's activities was pre- Men's Clubs, Inc., at the recent the Fisher Theater.
sented by the retiring president, spring convention hosted by the
GRADES 9-12. POST GRADUATE
Proceeds will go to the Cystic
Harry Platt, who reported that the men's club of Cong. Bnai Moshe.
American Jewish Home Life—Only 45 minutes from New York City
Fibrosis Summer Camp of Cleve-
chapter's membership exceeds
• Faculty Student ratio 1 to 7
Lichtenstein is a member of the land. For reservations and infor-
—Supervised Study Help

1,100, making it the largest ORT men's club of Adas Shalom S
Individualized Scheduling—Stress on Fundamentals
yna- mation, call the JWV headquarters,
• Remedial and Progressive Programming
chapter in the country and the gogue, as is Emanuel Feinberg,
255-4743.
• Cultural, Athletic and Recreational Programs
largest men's group in Michigan. who was elected recording secre-
INFORMATION AND INTERVIEW WITH LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE:
A resolution unanimously adopt- tart'.
Mr. Paul Rubenstein

ed expressed gratitude to Platt for
Other Detroit area residents. New Greenwald Post
Home Tel. 3 1 3-542-1 83 4
his efforts as organizing president chosen by the delegates from Mich- of
JWV Named for
of the group since 1964, and Dr. igan, Ohio and Ontario were vice

4:"
Haber presented him. in behalf of ; presidents Allan Rosenberg of
Vietnam
War
Victim
national. ORT, with an Israel Men- Beth Achim Men's Club and Abe _.
A: new Jewish War Veterans
ts ,, ;Glui El se 1.44.4.1 da4naezt
orah engraved with his name.
post,
Katzman, Shaarey Zedek Men's
al the 419- hiVie,
David K. Page was elected C 1 u b; and treasurer David , named for a young Detroiter who
4pP411
president of the ORT *Men's - Schwartz of Bnai Moshe Men's , died in Vietnam, has been in-
augurated in Southfield and is
Club.
Chapter. Platt was named honor-
I
ar
: seeking members in the area.
any chairman. Jerome C. Hirsch,
'4,t/
.
447
V
a4Claifee
reen
The
organization's
name, Dennis
Richard Kux, Malcolm Lowen- 220 Israelis to Serve
Deis
G
orno
tv4 .
eld Post 72
stein and Judge Lawrence Gu-
at
Summer
Youth
Camps
memorializes a soldier who died in
bow were elected vice presi-
NEW YORK (JTA)—Israeli ed- November 1967, two days before
dents. Mark Shaevsky was
ucators will arrive here during his 19th birthday. He received,
named treasurer and Dr. Murray
the latter part of June and will Posthumously, the Bronze Star
Shekter, secretary.
Mon. & Thurs. 9: 30 -9
17540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 • Tues.,
Wed. & Fri. 9 :30-6
Newly elected board members serve as counselors and program with Valor. the Purple Heart and
Sat. 10-5:30
specialists
in
a
variety
of
summer
a
Medal
of
Honor
from
Vietnam.
are Jay Allen, Dr. Conrad Giles.
John Greenberg and Mark Shaev- youth camps under the auspices Sidney Lantz JWV Mich iga n
of the American Zionist Youth Post commander, organized the
sky for three-year terms and Paul Foundation, it was announced post, and Ruth Greenwald. Den-
Just a few spaces available for
Borman, Aaron Gershenson and here by William Levine, execu- ; nis' mother, is organizing the
David
term. Herrnelin for a one-year tive director of the American auxiliary. Mayor Norman Feder of
Zionist Youth Foundation.
Southfield will he an honorary post
following were re-elected for , The arrangements in Israel for member, and Mrs. Feder has
a three-year term as members of ; the program, now in its seventh joined the auxiliary.
A truly outstanding four led by
the board: Harry Aronow, Louis year, have been made by the youth
For information on post or auxil-
Berry, Stanley Barhoff, Dr. Harvey ' and hehalutz department of the iary, membership — the who is
Firestone, Earl Gilman, Harry Jewish Agency in Jerusalem.
heir' , open to an . r
Platt, Abe Shiffmarr, Samuel Sim-
Approximately 60 of the 220 Is- related to a veteran — call Mrs.
IN ISRAEL
mer and Philip Slomovitz.
raeli educators will serve on staffs Greenwald, 358-6262, or Toby
MAY 13 -JUNE 3
The terms of 10 other board of the seven Ramah camps of the Lantz, 647-6262.
members expire in 1972 and 13 Conservative movement, 20 Mas-
Deluxe Accommodations - King David - Dan Hotel - Dan Carmel. Israeli
more
serve until 1973.
sada camps, 80 communal camps
breakfast and dinner daily. All tours in private air-conditioned bus with
Platt reported in the course of sponsored by Jewish centers
English speaking guide. A flight to Eilat. A boat trip along the Sinai
HELP KEEP AMERICA
the proceedings that scholarships through the National Jewish Wel-
coast and much more.
STRONG
are being assured in ORT schools fare Board, 15 in youth camps of
through the William Haber Schol- the Reform movement, 20 in camps
Total Cost — $940 00
arship Fund set up by the Detroit of Zionist youth movements and
INVEST IN
Men's Chapter. the rest in other institutions in the
U. S. SAVINGS BONDS,
For Information:
Guests at Sunday's annual meet- U.S. and Canada.

Veterans Honor
jack Schwartz

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