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January 14, 1972 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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'Darin

Gave Own View on Duplication

JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Leon
Dulzin, treasurer of the Jewish
Agency, said he was expressing
his personal view when he sug•
gested last week that the absorp-

tion ministry be abolished because
its work duplicated that of the
Jewish Agency,
He made the suggestion in con-
nection with the government's

roblem

Friday, January 14, 1972-21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

economy drive which seeks to re-
duce the budgets of the various
ministries.

to Show Film `Sallah'

Birmingham Temple

The Israeli film comedy "Sal-
lah," starring Haym Topol, will
Classified Ads Get Quick Results be shown at Birmingham Temple
8:30 p.m. Jan. 22.
Written and directed by Ephraim
Kishon, this is the story of an
unlettered Oriental Jew's success-
ful campaign against entrenched
A YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL IN ISRAEL FOR 10TH AND 11TH GRADES
TOCHNIT IMUTZ
KVUTZAT SHML
KFAR BWM
YEMIN ORDE
(Live with Israeli
Agricultural Kibbutz
Urban Kibbutz (11th)
Solomon Schechter
JNF Sabbath
Families) (10th 8, 11th)
Day School (10th)
(10th)
Slated Jan. 29
Kvutzat
Shaal,
Yemin
Orde
and
Kfar
Blum
A year of ACCREDITED STUDY at leading
David P. Zack, president of the
(including jet transportation): $2,178. Cost
academic high schools in Israel. Full American
Tochnit
Imutz:
$2,178.—(with
two
month
Jewish
National Fund, announces
high school courses in English plus Jewish
studies including short ulpanim. An opportunity ulpanim, $2,500.). Includes Israel touring.
that Jan. 29 has been designated
to live with Israelis and study with them. Cost:
as Jewish National Fund Sabbath.
The JNF has contacted syna-
A YEAR OF HEBREW STUDY FOR COLLEGIANS
gogues and temples throughout
background. Curriculum includes Jewish History,
Scholarships available at the Hayim Greenberg
the
state to ask that rabbis devote
Institute, Jerusalem, for college students, 18 to Hebrew Language and Literature, Bible,
a portion of their sermons to the
Pedagogy. Includes Israel touring.
25, interested in advancing their Judaic
aims
and achievement of the JNF
knowledge and who have acceptable Hebrew
on this day.
SCHOOL
STUDENTS
SUMMER PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL FOR- HIGH
JNF Sabbath occurs just before
Summer Ulpan
Bar Mitzvah Pilgrimage
Hebraic Study Seminars
the celebration of Tu b'Shevat, the
Eight weeks at beautiful Ulpan
For 13 year old boys and girls.
Seven weeks of Hebrew study
new year of trees.
Akiva at seaside Netanya.
Includes seven weeks of travel,
and touring for boys and girls
Intensive language study
education and camping in
from 14 to 17. Conducted by
program with time for tours.
Israel. Full cost, $940.00.
Bds. of Jewish Education.
WHEN YOU
A COCKTAIL
Full cost: $1,075.00.
Full cost, $940.00.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN' ISRAEL

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For Full Information on these and other Programs Write or Telephone

c.J--1C- Cadd

DEPT. OF EDUCATION AND CULTURE — WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION

515 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10022

(212) Pt. 2-0600, summer Programs, Ext. 386; Year Programs, Ext. 385

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Israel bureaucracy and 20th Cen-
tury civilization.
The donation includes free candy
counter, coffee, cake and discus-
sion. Everyone is welcome.

Kaufman Dinner
to Herald Creation
of a Library

The first Cong. Beth Abraham-
Beth Hillel Community Service
Award will go to Judge Nathan J.
Kaufman at a tribute dinner 7
p.m. Jan. 25 in the synagogue.
A library will be established in
his name at the synagogue and
all contributors will be listed in
the commemorative book to be
presented to Judge Kaufman.
Chairman of the tribute dinner
committee is Irwin I. Cohn, and
co-chairmen are Dr. Robert Schleif
and Jack Schon. Vice chairmen
include a cross-section of commu-
nity leadership, including Judge G.
Mennen Williams, Judge John B.
Swainson, Henry Thumin, Frank
Angelo, Martin S. Hayden, Emil
Mazey, Frank E. Fitzsimmons and
Tom Turner.
Judge Kaufman is being cited
for his contributions to public
service, to his concern for youth
and to the Jewish community. He
has been a friend of labor since
his early days in active unionism.

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• NY Jews to Fight
Antipoverty Laws
Through Courts

I

You are cordially invited to attend the

Tribute Dinner honoring
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman

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with the presentation of the

NEW YORK (JTA)—One hun-
dred and two representatives from
21 Jewish community groups and
grass roots organizations met be-
hind closed doors recently
and adopted a resolution to chal-
lenge in the courts "the clearly
discriminatory manner in- which
the city's antipoverty programs
now function."
They alsO adopted resolutions
calling Upon the organized Jewish
community: groups to allocate a
minimum of $100,000 to be used
to strengthen existing grass roots
organizations to organize new local
and citywide grass roots organiza-
tions; and to elect a 10-man ad
hoc committee to oversee these
activities.
The discussion reportedly cen-
tered on how the Jewish commu-
nity could regain its once power-
ful political clout and get a fairer
share of Office of Economic Op-
portunity (0E0) money for the
Jewish poor.
The Ad Hoc Leadership Com-
mittee's subcommittee is comprised
of the American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith,
Association of Jewish Poverty
Workers, -Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies. ; Jewish Labor Com-
mittee; New York Board of Rabbis
isd the Jar* Community Rela-
tions Council
Meanwhile;' It a b b i Abraham
dross, president of the Rabbinical
Alliance of America. has called
upon all member rabbis and their



Congregation Beth Abraham-Hillel
First AmiatCongrega
nullity Service Award

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Chief Justice Thomas M. Kavanagh, Justice John B. Swainson, Justice Thomas G. Kavanagh

of Michigan Supreme Court will be guest speakers




Tuesday evening, January 25, 1972 in Beth Abraham-Hillel Synagogue

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5075 West Maple

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Hoe Elvin 1. Davenport
Congressman John D Dingell
Nehon Dembs
Maros Darns
John N Doherty -
Darnd K Drornin

Donald E .Borros
Hon. George N Barbara. J'
Hon_ Victor J. Baum
Loins Berry
Max 8the ,
Abraham carman
M o, o; 1 Br ,ind....nr

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Wilharn I.. Cahalan
Hon. Jona. N. Canharn
Joseph Cassese
David J. Callen

. LeonardE. Baron

Leonard Edelman
Loon Ellenbogen

NarhaL : kkhnllln
°ova ro',
Mort Furor

Brft , "' -.7”
Hap ,aceat
Walltan. E. Otaiattra •• -

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Mr, Sherman Fisher
Leonard Farber
Robert Feldman
Robert L Fenton
Frank E Fitzsimmons
Representative Joseph Forbes

Oscar Bonk

Irving Adler
Norman Allan
Frank Angelo
Maarcie.Aransmon ..
Richard Muslin
Cantor Shahs°, Ackerman

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Couvert 25.00

Dinner at seven

THE TRIBUTE COMMITTEE

Irwin I. 'Cohn
chairman
N. Robert. Sr-hit:di
Jack Schon
es-chairmen

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Road between Middlebelt and Inkster Roads — Telephone 851-6880

Reception at six

`Milian, Ganser
William Gershenson
Adolph Goldberg -

Dowid Goldberg

Nathaniel Goldsfick
Ernest Goodman
Mayor Roman 5 Gribbs
Harry N Grossman
Ralph B Goy . in
Benjorntn Gants
Gorton
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Jeff
E. Donald Goetz/mar

Sylvia S. Hart
Sen. Philip Hort
Martin S. Hayden
Samuel Henhtmon
Robert Holmes, Sr
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
Rev Nicholas Hood

Joseph H Jock..

Sidney 1 !Corbel
irwm 1 Kosoff
Som Kavfer
Hon. Ira G Kaufman
Hon Thomas G kattonoah
Hon Thomas sA Kavanagh
How Damon 1. Be.,?.
r, a nt. I Kelley
Nor ,orge tt Kew

Alfred A. May
Emil Morey
Milton - J.. Miller .
Hon James Montan,.
Jake Moskovrts

Ben Nathanson '
Dr. Hurry Newman

Hon. Samuel H Olsen

1at.ctah 1 Perrnk
Hon Ed - .anti S P:ctt,r,

Hon

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Nathan Gold,

Dom, Raskin
Mildreth Robineff

Nakao Limos

Harry Leh
Wail E. Lannon
Bernhard Lichtenskein

Nathan Tarnow
Thum.,

Tom corner

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Abe A. Schreier
Note S. Shapero
Jock Shenkman
Erwin S Simon
Leonard Simons
limber, So.
Mn. Moe Stillman
Hon. Joseph B Sullivan
Theodore Sholnait
Hon John B Swanson

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1 letter writing and contact caro-
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