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April 16, 1976 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-16

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Southfield JVS-CW Office
Opens; Services Announced

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THE DETiCHT JEWISH 'NEWS
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OPENING SPECIAL*

Wilson Awarded
Bar-Ilan U. PhD

Famous
Luba
weather

HAROLD WILSON

Special to The Jewish News

Top photo shows Mrs. Arnold E. Frank, secretary,
JVS-CW, as she joins Ida Paper, volunteer Russian in-
terpreter, and John L. Greenberg, vice president, JVS-
CW, in analyzing the plight of the new immigrants. In
bottom photo, Bruce E. Thal, president of the JVS-CW
and the National Association of Jewish Vocational Serv-
ices, greets Julian H. Scott, vice president of JVS-CW.

*

LONDON — Former
Prime Minister Harold Wil-
son was awarded an honor-
ary doctorate by Bar-Ilan
University at special cere- ,
monies held here April 4.
Noting that it was the
final act of his prime
tership, the honoree de-
clared that Great Britain
will always support Israel's
sovereignty.
He pointed out that
United Nations Resolution
242 was sponsored by his
government with the aim
that whatever withdrawals
may be effected in a solu-
tion to the Arab-Israel prob-
lem, the Israelis are to be
assured security within de-
fensible borders.
Participating in the for-
mal convocation marking
the presentation of the hon-
orary degree were Dr. Jo-
seph Lbokstein of New
York, chancellor of Bar-Ilan
University; former British
Chief Rabbi Israel Brodie;
and Nobel Prize winner
Boris Chen.

coats

NO
9.90

* *
the services of the JVS
Southfield office.
Guests toured the new
facility, under the guidance
of Southfield staff person-
nel, and learned about the
many programs at JVS-CW,
Southfield. Professional
staff members discussed job
placement; vocational, edu- JNF Dedicates
cational, and hard-to-place Canada Park
counseling, as well as the
Jewish Scholarship Service.
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Also discussed were the Dedication ceremonies were
CRITERION CLUB will summer jobs program; voca- held in the Ayallon Valley
have its informal "Matza tional assessment; group recently for the Canada
Ball" with an "April Follies" counseling projects such as - Park, a project of the Jewish
revue 8:45 p.m. Saturday in College Group; job place- National Fund in Canada,
the Oak Park Community ment service; and Project which initially covers over
Center. Johnny "C" and his
(Jewish Occupational 1,000 dunams of land near
orchestra will provide music JOIN
Intern). Visitors also met the main Tel Aviv-Jerusa-
for dancing, and Passover staff members who aided lem road. The ceremonies
refreshments will be served. recent emigres from the were attended by President
There is a charge, and the Soviet Union.
Ephraim Katzir and JNF of-
public is invited. For infor-
According to Bruce E. ficials from Canada and Is-
mation, call Cecile Bartholo- Thal, president of JVS- rael.
mew, 559-8397, or Betty CW, the new enlarged of-
The first phase of the pro-
Weinberg, 559-5175.
ject,
already completed with
fice
was
needed
because
* * *
the demand for service at assistance from the Cana-
SWINGING SINGLES, the Southfield branch in- dian Jewish community,
25 and up, will hold a dance creased 26 percent in the includes three large parking
party 9 p.m. April 23 at past year. Thal speculated lots, recreation sites and
Somerset Inn. Dancing to a that the growing demand children's playgrounds. Ac-
band will highlight the eve- for services was due both cording to JNF plans, the
ning, and there is a charge. to adverse economic condi- Canada Park, when com-
For information, call Hen- tions and heightened com- pleted, will be the largest of
rietta Lewis, 546-0903.
munity awareness of serv- its kind in the country.
* * *
The Ayallon Valley — the
ices available at JVS.
locale of the park — was im-
The
JVS-CW
open
house
Zionism Teach-In
was attended by representa- portant at the time of the
for Young Adults
tives of local, non-sectarian Second Temple and was
health and welfare agencies later the home of two large
A Zionism teach-in for and the Jewish Welfare communities, one Jewish
young adults will be held Federation, Jewish Family and one Samaritan, which
8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Service and Jewish Commu- existed until the Arab con-
Kirts Ave. club house in the nity Center.
quests.
Somerset Apts. complex.
Dr. Robert Rockaway,
Israel to Decide on Kfir Debut
senior lecturer in the de-
NEW
YORK — Israel May
partment of Jewish history,
and department of history Aircraft Industries will de-
According to Aviation
at Tel Aviv University, will cide shortly on whether to Week, one problem is that
make
the
overseas
debut
of
be guest speaker.
Farnborough stands and
For information, call Uri its Kfir jet fighter-bomber chalets are sold out, and air-
at
the
Farnborough
air
Segal, 355-1059, or Abra-
craft ramp parking space is
ham Gontovnik, 649-2072. show in September, or at
the Paris air show next at a premium.
Admission is free.

The Southfield office of
Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
celebrated its move to 24123
Greenfield by holding an
open house at which more
than 100 guests were told of

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Singles
Events

April 16; 1976 37

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