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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-17

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The Best To You

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Detroit Mizrachi Launches Rosh Hashana
Campaign to Assist Needy Israelis for Holiday

Detroit Mizrachi this week
launched its annual cam-
paign to assist needy Israelis
with necessities of Rosh
Hashana.

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Due to the early dates of chocolate oil, cocoa, honey,
the High Holy Days this prunes, sardines, nuts, jam,
year, the Mizrachi Organiza- desserts and other food
tion of Detroit already has items.
As in previous years, Miz-
begun its annual campaign
to assist the needy in Israel. rachi has arranged for
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive Super-Sol Markets in Israel
director of Detroit Mizrachi, to do the packaging and de-
said the miraculous influx of livery, and thus "we can
Russian Jews into Israel render special services to
makes this campaign of even the needy," Tomkiewicz said.
greater significance than At the same time, the pro-
ever before. gram contributes toward
Food packages, at $15 strengthening Israel's econ-
each, will be sent to the omy, with American dollars
many hundreds of families given for food packages.
who are in need of such pro- Checks can be mailed now
visions, Tomkiewicz said. to the Mizrachi office, 23125
The package will include Coolidge, Oak Park 48237.
fish, meat, poultry, instant For information, call the
coffee, wine, sugar, eggs, Mizrachi office, 398-7180.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, August 17, 1973-33

evory on the Air

This Week's Radio and Television Programs

COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WDEE (1500).
Feature: Author Isaac Ba-
shevis Singer and Charles
Feinberg will discuss liteary
figures in Jewish life.
and
Time: Noon Tuesday.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
Feature: Author Rabbi Eu-
gene Borowitz will discuss his
book, "Choosing a Sex
Ethic."

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Camp Gan Israel Open House

Our 33rd Annual

AUGUST
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Camp Gan Israel, Linden, Osher Ben Naftoli, Eti Bayla
Mich., will hold open house, I Bas Reb Yossef Chaim, Ha-
including a luncheon and rav Avrohom Breb Pessach
tour of camp grounds, Aug. and Chaya Soro Bas Reb
Dovid, all donated by Mr.
26.
and Mrs. Julius Feigelman
Dedications will be made and sons; Chana Bas Meyer,
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert by Mr. and Mrs. Wexler; and
Ruch and in honor of Charles Kate and Morris Brickner,
E. Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. by Brickner family.
Julius Rotenberg, Mike and
The program will be fol-
Mary Must and the Flint
Jewish Community Council. lowed by entertainment pre-
sented by campers. For in-
Memorial dedications will formation and transportation
be as follows:
reservations, call the camp
Zalman and Malka Cohn, office, 398-2611.
dedicated by Irwin I. Cohn;
Alex and Gussie Nichamin,
dedicated by Larry and Lois
Nichamin; Lewis and Sarah
Finkelstein, by Larry and
Lois Nichamin; Yechial Mi-
choel, Breb Ari Leib, Soro
DAVID C. GARLOCK, son
Bas Reb Moshe. Chaim of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gar-
lock of Midway Rd., South-
field, won the $100 second
BBG Plans Benefit
prize in a nationwide gen-
eral mathematics examina-
for Dystrophy Fund
tion sponsored jointly by the
Disraeli Bnai Brith Girls Society of Actuaries and the
will sponsor a "skating Casualty Actuarial Society
scramble" to raise money in May. More than 5.000 per-
for muscular dystrophy 7-11 sons participated. In 1971,
p.m. Monday at the North- Garlock wrote a perfect
land Roller Rink. Tickets paper on the second half of
will be available at the door. the Michigan Math Prize
There will be games, prizes, competition, the first in the
music and refreshments.
exam's 14-year history. He
was president of the Na-
tional Honor Society and
valedictorian of his class at
Southfield High School in
1971. A junior at Harvard
University, Garlock sings
with and is an accompanist
for the Harvard Glee Club.
The club is touring Europe
to give a series of 21 con-
certs in nine countries, in-
cluding a concert for the
Pope.
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Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WNIC (1300).
and
Time: 1 .a.rn. Monday.
Station: WNIC-FM (100).
Feature: Rabbi Yitschak
M. Kagan will moderate a
program of interest to the
Jewish community.

BNAI SHALOM

Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
*
*
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Feature: Phil Blazer pro-
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
vides a contemporary pot-
Station: WCAR 1(1130).
pourri of Jewish humor,
Feature: Jeff Weisberg will music, culture and literature.
present a program featuring
the music and lyrics of
JEWISH WORLD
former Beatle John Lennon.
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
*
*
Station: WMZK (98)
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Feature. A presentation of
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3). Israeli and Yiddish music
Feature: "Songs by Mike and other features.
Burstein" will be presented
* *
in a program dealing with
the music and people of Is- RELIGION IN THE NEWS
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
rael, narrated by Norman
Station: CKWW.
Rose.
-and
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: Cantors Jacob
Feature: Rabbi -Jonathan
Barkin of Cong. Shaarey Plaut of Temple Beth El
Zedek and Harold Orbach of Windsor, will discuss news
Temple Israel will host a items in the Jewish com-
program entitled, "Dance, A munity.
Jewish Expression" with
Harriet Berg and the Festival
ROZHINKES
Dancers.
MIT MANDLEN
. *
Time: 9 a.m. Monday,
ETERNAL LIGHT
Wednesday and Thursday.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WIID (1090).
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Israeli music,
Feature: Part III of "Let-
ters to the 'Young," a portion news, recipes and Hebrew
of the "Journeys in Time lessons with Jules Abrams
and Mary Medwed.
With Elie Wiesel" series.

FANTASTIC BARGAIN SALE

A Group of Fashions for
All Season's - All Occasions
DRESSES from $20
SPORTSWEAR from $10

LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR

ALAN KLEIN, son of the
Joseph Kleins of Southfield,
ERNEST LEVI, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benno Levi of Oak
Park, and LARRY S. SELIG,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Sidney
Selig of Southfield, will be
leaving at the end of August
for their freshman year in
Israel. They all graduated
from the Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and were accepted
for admission to the Jeru-
salem Torah College.

RALPH STEIN of South-
field, a computer science
major at Marygrove College,
has been awarded a $1,000
scholarship by the Burroughs
Corp. for academic achieve-
ment, future promise and an
active interest in a career in
industry.

Grand Rapids News

icy

Drasin Elected Ward Commissioner

Abe Drasin has been elect-
ed 2nd Ward commissioner
of the city of Grand Rapids,
representing a constituency
of 10,000.
Drasin was first appointed
to the city commision in
April 1971 and was elected
in the Aug. 7 primary, secur-
ing 62 per cent of the total
vote against the • opposition
of four other candidates. His
four-year term of office be-
gins Jan. 1.
Drasin, a businessman for
34 years, left the business
community in 1968 to fulfill
an ambition to teach. He was
on the faculty of Creston
High School until April 1971
when he left to devote full
time to his duties as 2nd
Ward commissioner.
Drasin has been a mem-
ber for 17 years of the city's
community relations com-
mission and serves on the
United Fund, the board of
directors of the World Af-
fairs Council and the govern-
ing board of Kent Commu-
nity Action Program. He is
a founder and former presi-
dent of the National Hide
Association, past president of

Trip

to Cedar Point

Beth Moses United Syna-
gogue Youth (USY) will
leave the synagogue 7 a.m.
Aug. 30 for a trip to Cedar
Poin t. Participants must
bring their own food. There
is a charge.

the Michigan Bnai Brith
Council, past president of
Grand Rapids Julius House-
man Lodge of Bnai Brith and
past president of Cong.
Ahavas Israel.
A graduate of Western
Michigan University, Drasin
has been a guest lecturer at
Michigan State University
and a member of the board
of directors of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Hillel Foun-
dation.
Drasin, a native of Grand
Rapids, has four children.
His wife Rose is a speech
therapist with the Kent -In-
termediate School District.

Elderly, Handicaped
to Get More Job Aid

CHICAGO (JTA) — The
Jewish Vocational Service of
Chicago has received two
state grants to expand voca-
tional counseling and place-
ment services to elderly job-
less men and women and for
disabled adolescents.
The Office of Services for
the Aged of the Illinois Pub-
lice Aid Department has ap-
proved the first year of a
three year program, "Pro-
ject Attain." Aimed at help-
ing persons 55 years old and
older to get parttime and
fulltime jobs, the project will
be coordinated with "Project
Retain," which provides
similar job help to poor,
handicaped older workers.

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