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January 24, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, January 24, 1975

Scrap Dealers
Name Officers

Samuel Schwa rtzberg was
elected president of the
Greater Detroit Scrap Trade
Association at its annual elec-
tion meeting.
Other officers include Je-
rome Sipher and Joseph Ber-
ger, vice presidents; Herbert
Rosen, treasurer; P h i l i p
Fealk and Jeffrey Dworin,
secretaries; and Ben Davis,
sergeant-at-arms.
Trustees are Jack Korn-
heiser, three-year term; Ro-
man Gorzenski, two - year
term; and Berry Kaplan, one-
year term. Members at large
are Ron Soloway, three years;,
Martin Shulman, two years;
and Hillard Fealk, one year.



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Feb. 2 Rally Signals Start
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Shabbos Shira is a Sabbath of Song.
It comes to prove that Korah's wrong.
Moses, in his sacred mission,
Always made the right decision!

Follow Moses! At your dinner table,
always make the right decision:

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FAYGA DOMBEY

mittee and secretary of the
board of directors. She is
also director of volunteer
services at the Jewish Family
and Children's Service.
Mrs. Dombey was gradu-
ated from Hunter College and
Herzliah Hebrew Teachers
Seminary .in New York. She
is a member of the board of
B a t y a Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, and the National As-
sociation- of Hebrew Day
Schools.
Theodore Bikel, actor and
folk singer, will perform. For
ticket information, call the
Akiva concert office, 354-1810.

Rabbi Gordon
Named Head
of Mizrachi

Rabbi James I. Gordon of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
was elected president of the
Detroit metropolitan chapter
of Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi, Religious • Zionists of
America.
Other officers are Phillip
Stollman, chairman of the
board; Rabbi Ernest Green-
field, vice president; Dr.
Shlomo Kupinsky, treasurer;
Dr. Moshe Westreich and
Mrs. Oscar - Bigman secre-
taries.
The board of directors in-
cludes Dr. Lary Berkower,
Mrs. David Dombey, Rabbi
Israel Halpern, Mrs. Arnold
Kresch, Seymour Ribiat, Dr.
Herschel Schlussel, Arthur
Selmar and Meyer Segal.
Zvi Tomkiewi cz is execu-
tive director, Mrs. Chana
Weiss, a recent olah, spoke
on aliya.

Pinsker Names
Katz as Chief

Fred Katz was installed
as president of the Pinsker
Progressive Aid Society Mon-
day at Cong. Bnai Israel-
Beth Yehudah.

Yeshaayahu Tadmor, chief
of the Israeli youth corps,
Gadna, will address a meet-
ing of the Jewish Community
Council board and committee
leaders 12:30 p.m. today at
the Butzel Memorial Build-
ing, 163 Madison. He will
speak on "Israeli Youth in
the Present Crisis." For in-
formation, call the Council,
962-1880.
Tadmor will speak on "Is-
raeli Youth" 8:30 p.m. today
at the Labor Zionist Institute
at an oneg Shabat.
On Saturday at 1 p.m.,
Tadmor will speak to the
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women at the home
of Mrs. Miriam Feldman,
24651 Santa Barbara, South-
field. At 3:30 p.m., he will
address the Moadon Ivri at
the 10 Mile Jewish Commu-
nity Center. Bnai Brith
Youth and Hashomer Hatzair
will hear Tadmor at 8 p.m.
Saturday at the 10 Mile
Center.
Tadmor will be a guest'
speaker at the Jewish youth-
sponsored "Judaism in Con-
cert," 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Bnai David. At 9 p.m.

sire
Invited

he will address the Israeli
Student Organization at tl-ti
10 Mile Jewish Center.

Tickets Available
for Center Concert

Tickets are now on sale for
the Jewish Community Cen
ter's Family Concert to NI
held 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater in the
main Jewish Center.
"Peter and the Wolf" by,
Prokofieff and the "Toy Sym I
phony" by Haydn will, )er
formed. Rabbi M.
Syme of Temple Isr
b e narrator. "Rec '
Court," an ensemble special
izing in medieval music, alsc
will perform.
Tickets are available at the
Center ticket office. For in-
formation, call the Center
341-4200.

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Dombey Meeting With Gadna Commander

Fayga Dombey will be hon-
ored by Akiva Hebrew Day
School Feb. 23 at Ford Audi-
torium at the school's annual
concert.
Since the founding of Akiva
11 years ago, Mrs. Dombey
has served 'as a vice presi-
dent of the school and a mem-
ber of the board, and is a
member of its education corn-

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The Israel Histadrut Cam- musician team of Mischa Lef-
paign for 1975 will officially kowitz and Tanya Klemptner.
begin with a mass rally 2
Refreshments will be
served by the Pioneer Women
organization, and the event
is open to the public without
charge or reservations.
The 1975 Israel Histadrut
Campaign is focusing on
maintaining Histadrut institu-
tions and services at the
same level as in the past,
despite the downturn in the
economic situation. The or-
ganization is working to ab-
sorb immigrants from the
-Soviet Union and reach out to
older families who have not
done well economically.
DR. JUDAH SHAPIRO
Other major programs in-
p.m. Feb. 2, at the Labor clude an Israel-wide network
of hospitals and medical clin-
Zionist Institute.
ics, vocational schools and
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, presi- cultural centers.
dent of the national Commit-
Dr. Shapiro is a prominent
tee for Labor Israel will be educator and lecturer, and
the guest of honor, and the serves as president of the
program will also feature the Labor Zionist Alliance and
Russian , brother and sister editor of Jewish Frontier.
He holds professorships at
Classifieds Get Quick Results the Hebrew Union College
School of Jewish Communal
Service and at Herzliah Jew-
ish Teachers Seminary.

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Aktva to Honor Jewish Community Council Sets

Camp applications and de-
scriptive booklets for the
1975 camping season at
Camp Tamarack arc avail-
able from the Fresh Air So-
ciety office in the Jewish
Community Center.
The camp will offer 11 ma-
jor camping programs this
summer for youth, age 7-16.
For information, call the
Fresh Air Society, 341-5666.
Nearly 200 youngsters par-
ticipated in two Camp Tama-
rack winter weekends re-
cently. The weekends are de-
signed to provide an appre-
ciation of nature.
Highlights included craft-
ing havdala candles, picking
natural spices, creating Ha-
nuka food sculptures and sur-
vival hikes and tobogganing.

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Other officers are Irving
Forman, vice president; Man-
nie Ekelman, financial secre-
tary; Norman Blake, record-
ing secretary; Dave Weiner,
treasurer; William Kunin, re-
serve treasurer; Saul Baron,
sergeant-at-arms; Sam Klar,
Louis Markow, Blanche Ba-
ron and Dorothy Ekelman,
hospitalers; Albert Klavons,
chaplain; Louis Levine, Har-
ry Laker, Hy Gilman, Nathan
Samet, program chairmen;
and Diane Levine, publicity
ch airman.
The installation was com-
bined with the traditional
Histadrut evening annually
A sun-dial was known as hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
Eben-ha'sha'oth—"stone de- man Lipsitz.
picting the hours."
Many get into a dispute
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