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October 08, 1971 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-08

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Men's Clubs

' „•BNAI MOSHE MEN'S CLU B
will hold - a•".dialogue with the
Men's Fellowship of Ebemezer
AME s Baptist Church 8 p.m. Oct.
18 at: -the synagogue. Ebernezer,
an affiliate of the African Meth-
edist Episcopal Church, will be
represented by three fellowship
members. Bnai. Moshe panelists
will be Harry Gunsberg, Harry
Weberznan and Norbert Reinstein.
Moderator will be Theodore M.
Curtis. The community is invited
to the, program, which will be fol-
lowed by a social hour.

34—Friday, October 8, 1971

Israel Trying to Cope With Housing Tsores

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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a b
O UT S c h olarship Fluid
derT.
Established by
• Detroit Chapter

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TEL- -AVIV (JTA) ---- A- -group the houses assigned them at_ least
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of Jewish immigrants, mainly [temporality. -
from Soviet Georgia, argued - stub.
Ministry officials complained

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bornly with abiorption ministry
officials at Lydda Airport over
where they are to be housed:
The group was the second to
arrive from the Soviet Union in
a 21-hour period-"
Th? newcomers demanded flats
in Ramleh or Lydda and refused
to accept housing elsewhere. They
were finally persuaded to • go to

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Detroiter Wins Award
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Dr. Haber

The Detroit Men's ORT chapter
has established a Dr. William
Haber ORT Scholarship Fund in
honor of the president of the
American ORT Federation and
World ORT Union.
Dr. Haber is the former dean of
the University of Michigan Liberal
Arts College, a trustee of Brandeis
and Hebrew universities and a re-
spected leader in American Jewry.
The fund is to provide scholar-
ships to needy students to enable
them to obtain an education and
technical training in the ORT
schools.
Some 60,000 students are en-
rolled each year in technical
schools in 21 countries. The
largest of these is in Israel,
where ORT operates the largest
system of vocational and techni-
cal education in the country.
A gift of $400 will provide an all-
cost education for a youth in Israel
for one year. Some donations al-
ready received are in amounts that

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provide for - more than one student
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The scholarship covers the cost
of a student's education and train-
ing, as well as material necessities
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(in many instances these are the
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shoes (youngsters consume shoes
fast), school supplies, textbooks,
study facilities in the school, car-
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indicated.
Harty H. Platt and Abe Shill-
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Page is president of the Detroit's
Men's ORT Chapter.
Checks should be made payable
to the Dr. William Haber ORT
Scholarship Fund.

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This Week's Radio and

-Alison "Abby" Goldbaurn, com-
munity affairs associate with De-
troit's Jewish Community Council,
has been awarded the Fay Karpf
Essay Award in Jewish Communal
Service for her essay on "Why
Jewish Social Work." At the same
time, Mrs. Goldbaum received a
certificate in Jewish communal
studies from the
th Hebrew Union Col-
lege's school of Jewish communal
service.
In her essay, Mrs. Goldbaum
pointed to her work with Coun-
cil's community relations com-
mittee in generating Jewish com-
munitywide concern for and solu-
tions to pressing problems which
affect both Jews and non-Jews.
She noted: "In an age when
many Jews - are retreating from
temporal universal concerns, I feel
that a few questions must be posed
in terms of Judaism's role in
today's world. Will Jews continue
to cope creativelywith those prob-
lems of human existence which still
plague mankind? Will Jews see a
linkage between the survival of
Judaism and Judaism's proven
ability, in the past, to solve human
problems? Within this set of ques-
tions lies an enormous challenge
for me in my role as a Jewish
social- worker in the community
i
relations field."

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preference in houSing assign-
ments.
Meanwhile, a "new deal" in
housing for single immigrants was
disclosed by Hillel Ashkenazi,
director general of the absorption
ministry.
He said his ministry has just
purchased 1.000 three-room apart-
ments which will be 'reserved for
single men and women, each with
a kitchen equipped with gas stove
and large electric refrigerator.
The flats are all over the coun-
try. Occupants will be charged
$42-$63 monthly rent. -

FRANK PAUL

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Series host Harold S.
Loss, assistant rabbi of Temple
Israel, seeks fundamental Jewish
themes in the lyrics of today's
popular music.
* * *
IN -CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WJR
Feature: Hal Youngblood hosts
the weekly program whose premise
is to place religion and man in
contact.

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that new immigrants were being
briefed in advance by relatives
already in Israel as to -their

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Feature: The Jewish Community
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The troupe has 'won numerous-
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