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September 04, 1959 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-04

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Israel Paper Mill Expands Output,
Aided by Investments from Bonds

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Youth of Bnai BrithAsk Representation in National Causes

STARLIGHT, Pa., (JTA) — establish nationally coordinated c o n t i n u e their international
Resolutions calling for youth program of Jewish study "to service funds, which provide
representation on Jewish com- help raise the level of Jewish support for Bnai Brith-operated
munity councils, synagogues education among young Jews"; projects, as well as aid to na-
and other policy -making- agen- 3. 'Calling on school systems tional and local health - and
cies were adopted - by 350 teen- throughout the country to adopt welfare agencies.
age delegates, attending the Hebrew as an accredited aca-
Central's '50 Classes
Bnai Brith Youth Organization demic language.
One area of major concern Plan 14-Year Reunion
twin convention.
to AZA delegates was the level
The 1950 class of Central
Youth delegates participating of Jewish education. A resolu-
in the 36th annual international tion criticizing the current qual- High School has held its first
convention of Aleph Zadik ity of Jewish education, as "gen- organizational me et in g with
Aleph—teenage boys' division erally inadequate,"_ asked those plans for a ten year reunion.
Elaine terma n, publicity
of Bnai Brith youth organiza- concerned with Jewish educa-
tion—and Bnai Brith Girls, tion to provide more courses chairman for the event, asks
girls' division, expressed con- dealing with Jewish history, members of the January and
cern that adults were legislat- comparison courses on differ- June classes to attend. the next
ing decisions affecting youth, ences among various denomi- meeting, Thursday, Sept. 10,
while giving youth no oppor- nations of Judaism, and courses 8:30 p.m., at the Bank of the
tunity to make its views known. on rituals, literature, Israel and Cammonwealth'S Community
Meeting room on -SeVen Mile,
Delegates to both conventions current Jewish events.
west of James Canzens.
also went on record as favoring
Both conventions voted to
Additional information may
formation of local inter-group
be obtained by contacting Miss
youth councils to work for im-
Berman, Br.. 2-2617, or Joan
proved relations among groups Publish List of Important
Kaleff, UN. 4-5762.
of differing racial and religi-

ous backgrounds. The delegates
pledged to spearhead forma- chronology of the major events OPENING DAY
tion of such groups in their in Canadian Jewish history has
home communities. It was been published here in conjunc-
the obserVance of the
pointed -out that many are al- tionwith
200th anniversary of the settle-
ready in existence, particularly ment of the first Jews in
in Southern communities, due Canada.
largely to effarts of local
The author of the work,
chapters of Bnai Brith youth Louis Rosenberg, was commis-
sioned by the Canadian Jewish
Bnai Brith Girl delegates also Congress to write the history,
adopted resolutions: 1. Asking which lists developments in the
chapters to encourage programs Dominion from the day a bare
dealing with study of current minyan of Jewish officers and
teenage ethics and morals; 2. settlers came with General Am-
Encouraging local chapters to herst in 1759.



Israel Bond development capital, which has generated the
growth of every major phase of Israel's industry and agricul-
ture, has been a key factor in the expansion of production at
the American-Israeli paper mills. This scene at the paper mill
shows hundreds of bales of corn stalks being piled up before
being made into paper pulp. The use of locally grown corn
in the paper-making process reduces imports of pulp, thus
saving foreign currency.



American-Israeli Paper Mills Is
First Israel Firm to Be .Listed
on the American Stock Exchange


first Israeli incorporation com-
pany to be listed on the Amer-
ican Stock Exchange trading
floor where Aryeh Man o r,
Economic Minister of the_ GoV-
ernrnent of Israel; - headed a
delegation of -American a n d
—___Israeli_obsefvers at ceremonies
marking the initial dealings in
the American I s r a e l i Paper
Mills Limited American shares.
The company, principal pro-
ducer of paper in Israel, and

located at Hadera, Israel, is
listing American shares which
represent its ordinary shares at
the rate of one American share
for_ five ordinary-Shares. There
can be a maximum of - 2,098,794
American shares available for

Greene Quits FEPC for
Washington AJC Post

The resignation of Robert
Greene from- the. Michigan Fair
Employment Practices Commis-
Re-establish Synagogue sion staff was announced by
on University Campus Frederick B. Routh, executive
CHICAGO,. (JTA) — Cong. director.
Greene is leaving his position
Beth Hamedrash H ago d o 1
Anshe Dorom, established in with the. commission to accept
downtown Chicago 93 years ago, a post as Washington area direc-,
will be re-established on the for for the American - Jewish
campus of the Jewish University Committee: _
of America at Skokie.
During his three-and-a-half
Samuell. Tobin, congregation years with the FEB Commission,
president, said it will-be for the Greene haS had responsibility ;
"use of Orthodox Jews who live for the agency's -• community
in the immediate vicinity of the service and education program.
He has served as executive sec-
retary . of the . commission's.
A synagogue established in Grand Rapids. employment ad-
Chicago in 1898 by immigrants visory council.
from Kroz, Lithuania, will soon
occupy a modern, new home in
the Albany Park district, the guide community relations, in-
first .synagogue in the Chicago ter-religious a n d interracial
area to be built on a bi-level. programs of the AJC in Wash.
The structure, to be built ington, Baltimore, - and Rich-
at a cost of $150,000 will have mond and Norfolk, Va.
Green, 32 and a native of De-:
a special - concrete roof which
may be used as the floor for trait, has participated in FEP
an additional story if it becomes Commission surveys and inter :-
necessary to add to its facilities. pretative efforts in a dozen
The congregation is -known as major Michigan population -cen-
Cong. Beth Shalom Anshe Kroz. ters. He came to the commis-
sion in February, 1956, soon
after its establishment, follow-
ing three years' service as a
field representative for the
Workmen's Circle in Michigan
Ohio. He is single and a
Stops Itch — Relieves Pain and
graduate of the University of
For the first time science has found
Michigan, B.A., Political Sci-
a new healing substance with the as-
tonishing ability to shrink hemor- ence, 1949. He has done gradu-
rhoids and to relieve pain — without ate - work in law . and sociology
surgery. In case . after case, -while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc- at Wayne State University, De-
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most troit. He recently was selected
amazing of all — results were so thor- as one of the first six , Florina
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to Lasker FellowS in Civil Liber-
be a problem!" The secret i$" a new ties and Civil Rights at Brandeis
healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—dis- University.
covery of a world-famous research
Greene will leave the com-
institute. This substance is now avail-
able in suppository or ointment form mission staff in mid-September
counters — money back guarantee.* 0 to report to his new asigaiment.

Shrinks Hemorrhoids
Without Surgery

.11 AM,



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