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July 19, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-19

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Barry Grant Raps
All Partisanship in
/Probate Campaign

Detroiters Joining Talk With Rabin

Barry M. Grant, Probate
._. Court judge candidate and
present Probate Court ref-
eree, said he believes it is
against the spirit of the law
for a nonpartisan Probate
candidate to actively seek a
Partisan political party en-
dorsement.
"There are enough prob-
\_lems handled by the court,
without interjecting partisan
politics into the judiciary
that could destroy the dignity
of the Probate court," he
said--

Canadian Jewish leaders, in-
cluding Detroiters David
Holtzman and David Pollack,
will leave for Israel Aug. 3
for three days of top-level
conferences with government
leaders on the critical finan-
cial and economic problems
confronting the country.
The conference is being
held at the invitation of
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin, who sent an urgent
cable to the Israel Bond Or-

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BLOCH-ROSE POST and
AUXILARY will host their
annual family picnic begin-
ning 11 a.m. Sunday at the
Oak Park Municipal Park,
near the shelter. Friends are
invited. Drinks and prizes
will be distributed. The auxil-
iary will have a general
membership meeting 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at its head-
quarters. F o r information
call Belle Letzer, 557-3372.

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a meeting only hours after
he had taken over the reins
of government from Golda
Meir early last month.
Sam Rothberg, general
chairman, and Michael Ar-
non, president and chief
executive officer of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, will
head the Jerusalem Leader-
ship Conference, the first
meeting between American
and Canadian Jewish lead-
ers and top members of the
Israel cabinet since the gov-
ernment's adoption of a new
policy of austerity.
The purpose of the confer-
ence, according to Rothberg,
is to consider how "we can
best help the people of Is-
rael meet the heaviest eco-
nomic and financial burdens
in their history which have
placed upon them the back-
breaking load of the highest
taxes and compulsory loans
of any country in the world."
Sessions will be held in the
Prime Minister's office with
Rabin and leading members
of his cabinet, including De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres,
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon,
Finance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz and others. The
Bond leaders also will attend
a reception with President
Ephraim Katzir and a dinner
with former Prime Minister
Golda Meir.
Participants will be flown
by helicopter to Ma'alot and
other points on the Lebanese
border to inspect the Jewish
settlements which have come
under attack by terrorist in-
filtrators.

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Celia Rubin Wins Israel Trip

The Modell Marionette
Theater of Camp Tamarack,
Ortonville, will present its
production of "Snakes in
Every Garden" 7 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Jewish Center.
The play was adopted from
I. L. Peretz "Devotion with-
out End" by Philip Molby,
director of the theater.
Twenty-four campers have
been involved for four weeks
in developing the script for
presentation. The campers
constructed and painted the
scenery, built and costumed
the marionettes and sychron-
ized their actions with the
Celia Rubin, a leader of Gan Dafna Bnai Brith Girls, taped presentation.
accepts a check from Mrs. Sol Moss for Celia's trip to
This is the sixth year that
Israel on the 19th annual Bnai Brith Youth Organization the program has been con-
Israel Summer Institute. A senior at Detroit Redford High ducted at Camp Tamarack.
School, Celia, daughter of the Benjamin Rubins of Oak- Phil Molby is supervisor.
field St., is the second recipient of the Arlene Vivian Moss
Memorial Israel Program Scholarship, funded under the
FEW HOLDOUTS
sponsorship of Mt. and Mrs. Moss. Watching the presenta-
Despite the complaints
tion are, from left, Arnold J. Weiner, Michigan Region about today's inflated dollars
BBYO director; Vera Lazar, last year's scholarship recipi- there is still great demand
ent; Norman S. Moss, fund administrator; and Sol Moss, for them.
fund sponsor.

Friday, July 19, 1974-33
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Abraham-Hillel Plans Judaica
Extension Prograni for Teen-Agers

Beth Abraham-Hillel Re-
ligious School announces a
Judaic& extension program
for post Bar/Bat Mitzva
teen-agers will begin in the
fall.
This program, to be held
on Sundays and Tuesdays,
will lead to a confirmation
certificate and will qualify
students for touring and
study in Israel during sum-
mer 1975 through the Sidney
Kalt Israel Scholarship con-
test. School credits will be
given for modern Hebrew
language or social studieds.
Registration for the regular
Sunday . school . department
and the three-day a week
Hebrew school program is
being accepted for students
age 5 and up through Bar
and Bat Mitzva. B'Yad Hala-
shon, the audio visual lingual
method for Hebrew, is used
along with the interdisciplin-
ary team teaching approach
in general Jewish studies.
All classes learn Hebrew
reading and translation, as
well as Nusah (chanting of
the prayers) ,Bible, history,
holidays, current events and
Israeli songs and dancing
taught by specialized teach-
ers.
For information, call Dr.

Radomer Officers
to Be Installed

.Radomer Aid Society will
hold its annual installation
and dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday
at Cong. Beth Achim.
Ben Halpern will install
the follownig officers: Nathan
Wolok, president; Reta Ager
and Helen Greenberg, vice
presidents; Louis L•mberg,
treasurer; Mae Weintrub and
Lillian Katz, secretaries;
Katy Rubin and Max Wein,
trustees; Samuel Slakter,
sergeant-at-arms, and Esther
Wolok and Rae Weinman,
sunshine committee. Wolok
is honorary cemetery chair-
man.
For information, call Bessie
Bergman, DI 1-5526.

Classifieds Get Quick Results

Harry L. Jubas, director of
education at the synagogue
office, 851-6880.

Bike Hike to Zoo
for Lahav USYers

YOUR WEDDING
BAR MITZVA

ALBUM
FINER
IRONER

WILL BE

Lahav United Synagogue
Youth of Cong. Beth Achim
will hold its second annual
bicycle hike to the Detroit
Zoo Sunday starting at 10
a.m. from the home of Laura
Lazarus, 24340 Westhampton,
Oak Park.
For information, call Pam
Lippit, 353-4477, or Dan Levy,
357-0228.

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