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October 07, 1955 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-10-07

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Tales Out of Schoo

Sara Tuel Ettkaked Israel Physicians Call Off Strike
The engineers demand salaries
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A na-
To TiTed Neal Turner tion-wide
strike of government equal to that of the physicians.

.

and institution-employed physic-
ians was averted by an agree-
ment between the Israel govern-
ment and the Israel Medical As-
sociation. The government grant-
ed a number of the doctors' de-
mands and agreed to negotiate
the others.
The negotiations carry a two-
week deadline, after which the
doctors may declare an immedi-
ate strike if they are not satis-
fied with results of the bargain-
ing.
Other government - employed
professionals, including engin-
eers, agronomists, and architects,
remained on strike to force high-
er 'salaries. Statisticians, econo-
mists and municipal engineers
are expected to join the strike
shortly.

"The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees

of - Posterity."—Disraeti.

By

By

Ronnie
Aronson

Joni
Handleman

Central
High.



Mumford
High

Another victory for Mumford's
A combined pep rally and
freshie orientation assembly was Mustangs was recorded last Fri-
held in Central's auditorium be- day when the football team beat
fore an audience . of LOB's last Chadsey High School, 18-6. All
week. Its purpose was to pro- three touchdowns were made by
mote school spirit among the new 12B Harry Newman. Today, the
Centralites and to acquaint them third game will be played at
with the cheers used at school Mumford against Cooley.
* * *
athletic events. Teaching t 11 e
cheers were cheerleaders Marsha
Final elections were held Fri-
Barnes, Gloria Hatcher, a n d
day for senior officers. Among
Diane Gross. Master of ceremonies
those counting ballots were Art
for the assembly was Rose Ber-
Ruben, Roberta Holtzman, Lenny
man.
Blondy, Barbara Pines, Barbara
* * *
MiSs Rosemary Downs will Zelmon and Mitzi Kent. Congrat-
direct the senior play, "The Cur- ulations to Chuck Babbush, class
ious Savage," which has only 11 president; Sybil Golden, vice-
characters. To be presented Nov. president; Cookie Lerman, secre-
17 and 18, the cast consists of tary and Marvin Yagoda, treas-
Sheldon Brown, Arthur Harris, urer.
Perfection Chapter, Demolay,
Barbara Leibovitch, Sy Linovitz,
Marsha Lowinger, Marilyn May, presents its semi-annual Installa-
Bob Naftaly, Marlene Perlman, tion Dinner Dance on Oct. 22, at
Natalie Shulman, Lois & -Lurgin 6:30 in the Crystal Ballroom of
Masonic Temple. The public is
and Elliot Solomon.
invited to dance to the music of
* * *
The 12A roller skating narty, Mickey Woolf.
held last week, was the beginning
Among those being installed
of many senior parties to be held are master counselor, Sy Surnow;
in the next few months. •Today senior counselor, Donald Speyer
the 12B's are having their first and junior counselor, Jerry Har-
party.
ris.
*
*
* * *
Central's cross - country • team
The
next
few
weeks will be
won a triangular meet against
Mumford and Pershing on Sept. busy ones for all Freshmen due
28. The citywide BBG Council is to the fact that their elections
again planning Carnival Capers, for Student Council representa-
an annual affair slated for Nov. tives will be going on.
* * *
12.

The Student Council which
held its third meeting last
Wednesday already shows prom-
ise of another great year. The
social committee, under t h e
chairmanship of Howard Shapiro,
has plans already underway for
By JUDY ANN JACOBS
two dances—the Football Dance
Architectural students Irving in honor of our team and the
Tobocman and Lee Strauss de- other, the annual Snow Ball in
signed the sukkah adorning December.
Hillel's front entrance on the
University of Michigan campus.
Detroiters Stan Brown, Jack Court Reduces Sentence
Kirsch, Herb. Mendelson, Joe Of Former SS Colonel
Berman, Sy Freedman, Ernest
BERLIN, (JTA)— SS Colonel
Klein and Bill Sperber were the Hans Himpe, who 20 years ago
sukkah-constructors.
ordered blackshirts under his
Larry Bizer is co-chairman of command, to kill four Jews of
Hillel's variety show, "Hillelza- Hirschberg, in Silesia, had his
poppin' ", and Sy Freedman is sentence for being "an accessory
editing the Hillel newspaper. -
to murder" cut from ten to six
Hillel plans for presenting years by a local German court.
student-directed one-act plays
Two days after the so-called
are being formulated by Dobby
"Roehm putsch" of 1934, the four
Schreiber of Muskegon.
Jews were arrested and, in ac-
cordance., with the instructions
Shaarey Zedek Marrieds transmitted by Col. Himpe, taken
out of town in an automobile. On
Schedule Square Dance
Young Married League of an open highway the SS men,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek will begin pretending that the car was stal-
its third year with a square led, forced their unwilling pas-
dance at 8:15 p.m., Oct. 15, in sengers to leave it, then shot
them down in cold blood.
the synagogue social hall.
The witnesses for the defense,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baron
and Mr. and Mrs. William Zol- who sought to show that Col.
kower, chairmen, announce that Himpe's . murder order had been
in addition to a caller, there will "legal," kept referring to "the
be a dance exhibition by the Fuehrer" and "the Reich Mar-
Benji Palmer Dance Studio and shall," even after the presiding
judge pointedly and repeatedly
refreshments.
Other events planned include told them that their meaning
a child study program Nov. 9; would be perfectly clear even if
Hanukah Workshop, Dec. 11; they referred simply to "Hitler"
musicale, Jan. .18; Purim Ball, or "Goering." One of these wit-:
Feb. 18; and numerous other nesses is presently a high official
of the Berlin delegation in Bonn.
activities.

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others.

Israeli Specialist Honored
With Argentine Citizenship

The Rio de Janeiro municipal
council, by unanimous vote, made
Prof. Bernard Zondek, world
famous Israel gynecologist, an
honorary citizen of this city. Prof.
Zondek, who is currently visiting
this country as a guest of the
Brazil-Israel Institute of Culture,
was also awarded an honorary
degree by the University of
Brazil in a special ceremony.

MISS SARA LEE TUKEL

The Very Best In

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Tukel,
of Woodingham Dr., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sara Lee, to Neal Turner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tur-
ner, of Dundee Rd., Huntington
Woods, The announcement was
made at a family dinner given
by Mr. and Mrs. Turner.
Miss Tukel is a senior in the
University of Michigan school of
education. Mr. Turner, a Wayne
University graduate, is affiliated
with Gamma Kappa Chi frater-
nity.
The wedding is scheduled for
Feb. 2.

Rep. Celler to Speak
Here for Bond Drive

Musk by —

TED FREEMAN

And his orchestra
Rep. Emanuel Celler (D., N. Y.)
TO. 7-2289
will speak on behalf of the Israel
Bond drive prior to the High
Holy Day appeal at Adas Shalom
Wedding, Bar Mitzvah and
Synagogue this
Sweet Sixteen Invitations
Saturday morn-
Matches and Napkins
ing.
Complete Selection at Reasonable
Prices
Rep. Celler.
considered o n E
Mrs, Kate Altman
of Israel's staun_
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Congr ess, re-
cently returnee
from a fact-find-
ing tour to the
and his
Jewish state. He
ORCH
ESTRA
will present an
Rep. Celler
up-to-the-minute report on what
UN.
2-7930
TUNIS (JTA) — Groups of Israel Bond dollars are accom-
young Moslems attacked bakeries plishing in bolstering Israel's


in the Jewish section of the city economy.
i
SAM FISHMAN
and attempted to plunder them.
Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D.,
They also attacked Jewish
Custom
passers-by until police dispersed Minn.), who was originally to
Painting
& Decorating
address
the
congregation,
will
be
them.
Licensed - Insured
A demand that Albert Bessis, unable to attend because of
the only Jewish member of the pressing Government work in
For Estimates Call UN. 1-3265
new all - Tunisian government, Washington.
issue a statement condemning
Zionism was voiced here this
MASONIC AUDITORIUM FRI., OCT. 14, 8:20 P. M.
week-end by the Arabic weekly
"Frazazou" which supports the
Neo-Destour nationalists.
Coloratura Soprano Star of the Metropolitan Opera
Tunisian Jews, the newspaper
$3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65, $1.10
said, are regarded as the com-
GRINNELL'S
MASONIC TEMPLE
Mail Orders to Masonic Auditorium, 500 Temple, End. Self- Add. Env.
patriots of all other Tunisians
and are being permitted to par
ticipate in the construction of
the new Tunisia. An anti-Zionist
THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY IS
statement by Bessis is necessary,
INVITED TO THE ONEG YOM
the weekly continued, so that
TOV SERVICES OF
"our brothers of the Orient will
know that we are still Arabs
CONG. BETH YEHUDAH
and Moslems."
At 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 7 and 8 a.m.,
At the same time, the Arabic
Saturday, Oct. 8
daily newspaper "Azzohra" has
Featuring
begun publication of a new
series of articles against Zion-
ism. The paper says that Pales-
tine is an "Arab and a Moslem
Who Will Chant the Services
land—and it will be recon-
quered." The paper blames the
M. Hertzberg, Vice-Pres.
H. Stolsky, President
creation of the State of Israel
on international politics and es-
pecially on the United States.
The daily also deplores the dis-
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unity of the Arab countries, and
_PRESCRIPTION
calls for the renewal of close
ties in pursuit of the common
SUN GLASSES
cause—the "uprooting" of Israel.

EDDIE ELLISS

Arab Papers in Tunis
Ask Denial of Zionism

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Benson Admits Error
in Ladejinsky Case

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Sec-
retary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson said he had made a mis-
take in denying security clear-
ance to Wolf Ladejinsky, Jewish
land reform specialist.
The Secretary was called be-
fore a Senate Civil Service Sub-
committee, studying the Lade-
jinsky case and similar security
questions.
Ladejinsky was denied secur-
ity clearance by the Department
of Agriculture last January al-
though he had been cleared by
the State Department and had
worked as an agricultural attache
in Japan for several years under
the State Department.
Subsequent to Sec. Benson's
ruling, Ladejinsky was hired by
Harold Stassen, the former head
of the now defunct Foreign Oper-
ations Administration and was
given a post in Indochina.

Let none of you imagine evil
against his brother in your
heart. —Zech. 7:10

16—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 7, 1955

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