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July 30, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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THIDETROIT JEWISH -NEVVY

311, 1971

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Young Scientists Spend

st Ilruze Village ractory rastabutne-a-on-mt. - carmer

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The first 1$7,000 in a day-care center for
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factory
ever established in a Druze the employes' children and an-
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REHOVOT—Sixty-six teen-agers village was officially inaugurated nounced plans for three more
from eight countries are partici- at Daliyat el Carmel on the crest plants at "minorities" villages.
pating in the third International of Mt. Carmel.
The new factory has been named
A branch of the Gibor Textile for the late Sgt. Lutfi Nasser Edin,
Science Summer Institute at the
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Enterprise, it is expected to em- a Druze member of the Israel
The largest contingent of science ploy about 250 local workers, Army who was killed in action.
enthusiasts — 43 — is from the mainly women, to produce hosiery.
United States. Smaller groups have The parent company has invested
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
come from Belgium, Britain, Can-
Portraiture of Distinction
ada, Sweden and Switzerland. In
For Your Wedding
Dennis Eisenberg of Colleen tributions to his fellow Jewish addition, eight English-speaking Brooklyn Council Urges
Formals - Condids - Direct Color
Ave., Oak Park, was honored by teen-agers, his local NCSY chapter Israeli youngsters will be taking Boycott of Japanese Firm
3223 W. McNichols
the National Conference of Syna- and the over-all community." He part in the six-week summer in-
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Jewish
Nr. Muirland
gogue Youth, youth arm of the was selected for this honor from stitute.
Community Council of Brooklyn
Call 341-4141
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con- among hundreds of nominees from
adopted a resolution urging Amer-
The participants, who have
gregations of America, at its 18th NCSY's 400 chapters in 35 states
been divided into groups special- icans not to purchase Toyota cars
annual national convention at the and six Canadian provinces.
izing in biology, physics, chem- or travel by Japan Air Lines be-
Pioneer Country Club, Greenfield
Dennis' leadership of the
istry and mathematics, spent cause of those firms' alleged com-
Park, N.Y.
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
HOUSECLEANING
their first two weeks working pliance with the Arab boycott of
Dennis, son of the Meyer Eisen- chapter for the past two years,
SPECIAL!
side by side with experienced Israel. The resolution made the
bergs, who will be attending
point that the Nissan Motor Co.
as well as his services as na-
scientists in Weizmann Institute
Yeshiva University in the fall, was
tional vice president of the
laboratories. Time is set aide, of Japan, manufacturer of the
chosen for the coveted National Central East Region, were both
Datsun car, has changed its policy
too, for swimming, campfires
NCSYer of the Year Award, "in
mentioned in his citation.
toward trade with Israel and was
and an evening of jazz.
recognition of his exemplary con-
not included in the boycott call.
"Deeply devoted to Jewish
With the end of the Rehovot
learning and living, he has worked program, the visitors from over-
to bring programs of a Torah na- seas are taking part in special pro- Youth Aliya Expanding
REGULAR PRICE
ture to as large a group of his grams, including one at the Israel
peers as possible, and, under his Air Force Technical School (on Education Program
presidency, his chapter enjoyed
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Jewish
one of the finest varied education- the principles of aeronautics),
At the recent graduation cere- al programs in the country," the another at the Ein Gedi Field Agency's Youth Aliya department
monies of Berkley High School, citation read.
School (on ecology, geology, bot- has announced an expansion to
provide an education in Israel for
held at Masonic Auditorium, his-
UOJCA President Joseph Kara- any and zoology) and a third, in
tory repeated itself for the Balfour sick hailed the phenomenal growth Eilat (on marine biology). Arche- children of parents in Western
Peisner family. Valedictorian was of the Orthodox youth movement, ology buffs are participating in countries who cannot immigrate
IN YOUR HOME
but who "want to save their off-
MICHAEL PEISNER, following in citing a seven-year study which excavations near Beersheba.
OR IN OUR PLANT
spring
from
assimilation."
the footsteps of his mother, the showed that, while 65 per cent of
After these programs are com-
The project will require addi-
U Wall-to-Wall carpet
former Nora Altman, who was the members came from non-ob- pleted, the students will tour Is-
cleaned in your
tional funds from the Jewish
valedictorian of the Highland servant homes, over 80 per cent rael.
home by the Jet
Agency,
according
to
Joseph
Klar-
Park High School class of 1941. continued to be Orthodox after
Steam Eitraction
man,
chief
of
the
aliya
depart-
Last year Michael, representing graduating high school.
Process or Rotary
ment, who estimated that some
Shampoo.
the United States in the World
Major convention resolutions Deny Fake Dollar Charge 100,000 Jewish children from the
III Loose rugs cleaned
Bible Contest in Jerusalem, placed called on the United States govern-
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Officials of
in our plant.
sixth. He was the first contestant ment to start immediate broad- the finance ministry and the Bank U.S. alone can be expected in
III Free pick-up and
west of the Hudson River ever to casts in Yiddish over the Voice of of Israel said that there was no Israel for at least one year's
delivery service.
win the United States champion- America to Soviet Jewry, and upon substance to press reports from studies.
ship.
the government of Israel to take in- Paris alleging that large sums of
* *
WATCH FOR THE SURPRISE!•
creased action on behalf of its counterfeit U.S. dollars were in
carpet cleaning
The following local students at Sephardic communities.
circulation in Israel. Police here
the University of Michigan are
For free estimate call
Jewish federations and welfare confirmed the officials' contention
among those elected to Phi Beta boards were called upon to radi- that the story, attributed to two
Fine Clothes For 35 Years
Kappa Chapter: Richard Bendix, cally restructure their priorities so unnamed Jews, was simply an
24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile
Daily 9-6. Thurs. & Fri. to 8
Steven Field, Robert Feder, Lee as to increase their aid to Jewish attempt to undermine Israel's
•kaOat..; :k.
OPEN SUN. 11-4
Fruman, Anita Handelman, San- education.
good name.
ford Levy, Kenneth Rosen, David
'Linden, Daniel Schnaar, Jeff Wein-
berg and 'Douglas Zusman. Admis- Lubavitch Students Begin
sion is in recognition of their su- Torah Peace Corps Drive
perior - academic record at the uni-
NEW YORK (JTA)—One hun-
versity-.
dred senior rabbinical students of
* * *
the Lubavitcher Yeshiva left New
ESTHER ALLWEISS, a senior York on their annual mission of
at Wayne State University, at- spreading "Torah Judaism" to
tended the annual national meet- hundreds of communities across
ing of Theta Sigma Phi, the pro- the United States, Canada and
fessional organization for women Mexico.
in journalism and communications,
The mission is part of the Luba-
held this week at the Americana vitch summer "peace corps" pro-
Hotel. in Miami Beach. Miss All- gram now in its 23rd year.
weiss is president of the student
Students will also visit communi-
chapter at Wayne State.
ties in Colombia, Venezuela and
Equador. The participants, age
LOCATED: 3 blocks North of Eleven Mile Road
The sciences are beneficent; 17-24, volunteer three or four
weeks
of
their
vacation
to
making
they prevent man from thinking.
and on the West Side of Bell Road
—Anatole France. contact with local Jews.

. 0 Youth

„. ;

News

F..4

Oak-Woods Center Youth Leader,
Dennis Eisenberg, Cited Nationally

They Made
The Grade

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* * *
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