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April 01, 1960 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-01

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for Israel
rganizations Free to Collect F uncls
tions), Mizrachi Women's Or-

.

No in, nstitute u IS es to s y
of 'Michigan Economy,' Directed by
Prof. Haber and Research Aides

NEW YORK, (JTA)—A list brew University, America-Israel ganization, National Committee
of organizations authorized to Cultural Foundation, American for Labor Israel, Pioneer Wom-
conduct public fund-raising cam- Red Magen David for Israel en and Women's League for Is=
paigns for the benefit of Israel (membership campaign only), rael (New York area). Authori-
in the 1960-61 campaign year American Technion Society, zation of a, campaign does not
Federated Council of Israel In- imply its endorsement by the
was .released by the Jewish Ag-
tion
in
total
employment
The W. E. Upjohn Institute growth exclusive of motor ve- ency's Committee on Control stitutions Hadassah, Jewish Na- Jewish Agency.
for Employment Research, '109 hicles and equipment may be and Authorization of Cam- tional Fund (traditional collec-
S. Westnedge Ave., Kalama- more difficult when we con-
paigns.
zoo, Mich., this week released sider some of the fast-growing
The following 12 organiza-
the important study, "The industries of today that other
Michigan Economy: Its Paten- regions have locational advan- tions received authorization con-
tiaLs and Its Problems," by tages which are greater than tingent on their pledge to give
Prof. William Haber, of the those enjoyed by the East North priority to the United Jewish
Appeal as the major source of
University of Michigan, and
region and Michigan philanthropic funds for Igrael's
Eugene C. McKean and Harold Central
. . , Although the application of immigration, absorption and
C. Taylor, of the Upjohn Insti- atomic energy still seems far
colonization programs:
tute staff.
away except for a few defense
Other contributors to this and civilian products, the ma-
American Committee for the
400-page volume are Harvey E. jor growth companies in this Weizmann Institute of Science,
grazer, University of Michi- country are located in the East. American Friends of the He-
"Michigan, therefore, will un-
doubtedly grow at a slower Detroiters to Attend
pace than the nation in some
"Price" and "Value" are not always
of the more promising growth Three-Day Technion
industries of tomorrow. Since
the same thing. Only highest quality
we do have some advantages Conference in Chicago
can give
at
lowest possible
(e.g., nearness to markets) for
'Julius Lev will lead a dele-
some of these industries such gation' from the Detroit Chap-
you real value!
Kelly tires
as- _electrical machinery, how- ter, American. Technion Society,
ever, we may be expected to of which he is president, to
give real value, because
show growth. But extra effort the National Planning Confer-
they deliver more
will be required if we are to ence of the society, to be held
dependable service and
in the Ambassador Hotel, Chi-
make significant gains."
safety, plus long mileage.
The Upjohn Institute's fore- cago, today, Saturday and Sun-
Yet you pay no more
word to • this extensive study day.
than for most other tires.
states:
Other members of the dele-
' "Prof. Haber has been in- gation include Mr. and Mrs.
BLACKWALLS FROM WHITEWALLS JUST
DR. WILLIAM HABER
terested in the labor and em- Salmon Grand, and Benjamin
ployment problems of the state
H.
Kruger,
Michi-
Daniel
gan;
BO 6.70-15
of Michigan for nearly three Wilke.
6.70-15
State
University,
gan
Judge Moshe Landau of Is-
TUBE-TYPE
decades
.
.
.
His
belief
that
the
sti-
am
n
TUBE-TYPE
C. Thole, of the Up
PLUS TAX AND OLD TIRE
need for a more intensive study rael's .' Supreme Court and
tute,
the Michigan economy has Pinhas Sapir, Minister of Com-
The study of employment of
become
acute led to his pro- merce and Industry, will be the
problems includes a review -of
posal,
in.
early spring of principal speakers at the three-
the automotive industry, indus- 1958, that the
such a study be car- day conference which will at-
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
trial and economic trends and ried on under his direction and tract some 250 delegates from
TIRES AND SAVE A LOT OF MONEY
an analysis of the state's manu- under the auspices of the W. E. all over the U.S. The confer-
facturing establishments.
ence will make plans for ex-
ALL $ 79s
The authors went into detail Upjohn Institute for Employ- pansion of the society, which
ment Research. The entire pro-
in their analyses of the pros- gram and objective of the In- helps maintain the Israel Insti-
BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE
pects for the future. Comment- stitute are such that Prof. tute of Technology—Technion
- ing on Michigan's future pros- Haber's proposal was received —in Haifa, Israel.
, wotv - fitAe&
pects, the study declares:
Technion, Israel's principal
.
"Keeping pace with the na- with enthusiasm."
LOOK FOR THIS SIGN OF QUALITY AT
industrial and research center,
and its oldest high-level educa-
tional school, supplies technical
know-how to many countries in
ING-
Asia, Africa and the Middle
•thar Schooterifj401-144 4
East, including Israel.
to ii.nt.4
The section of Passover songs
The American Technion So-
In a popularly-priced, attrac- will be especially valuable to
ciety,
made
up
of
a
national
tive book of 64 large folio music lovers. It begins with the group of engineers, scientists,
pages, Rabbi Charles Wengrov kiddush and contains many im- technicians and industrialists,
provides an interesting guide to portant Passover hymns.
provides technical and financial
the Passover story for children.
aid to Technion and aid to
"Passover
in
Song
and
Story"
Published under the title
Israel through science and
"Passover in Song and Story," is attractively produced and the technology.
story
is
told
ably.
It
is
a
fine
by Schulsinger Bros. (21 E.
4th, N.Y. 3), the volume is at- book for children' and a splen-
tractively illustrated by the did one for parents to use in
American-Israeli artist, Eman- guiding their children towards
uel Schary. The educator and an appreciation of the festival.
musician, Samuel Bugatch, ed-
"Passover in Song and Story"
ited and transcribed the section is being distributed in Michigan
of the book that appears as by Borenstein's Book and Music
"The Songs of Passover."
Store, 13535 W. 7-Mile.
The narrative begins with the
bedikat hametz ceremony of the
burning of the hametz, and as
the father explains its signifi-
eance he unfolds for his chil-
dren the entire story of the
exodus, beginning with the sale
of Joseph into Egyptian slavery
The semi-annual spring clear-
by his brothers. The events
ance of the Jewish National
that transpired from that
time
.
on through the rise of Moses, Fund Blue and White Box will
the flight of Moses into the begin Friday, April, 15, the
Whether you're,
desert, his re-emergence as a third day of Hol Hamoed Pass-
over.
spokesman for his people's
accompany on
Clearance, now a tradition
freedom, and the e n s u i n g
in
all
Jewish
communities,
will
exodus.
transportation,
A modern touch is given the continue until Sunday, May 15,
Lag
b'Omer.
.
story by a semi-humorous dis-
so that you get
Mrs. Morris Kutinsky, chair-
cussion of the use of the
cushion by the head of the fam- man of the Detroit JNF Box
ily conducting the seder, by Committee, states that 4,500
explanations of the seder sym- homes will be visited and Blue-
bols and of the .significance of White Boxes will be cleared by
- the traditional feast, the volunteer workers, members of
Prophet Elijah symbolism and Hadassah, Ladies Auxiliary of
other significant Passover fac- JNF, Mizrachi Fanny Gluck and
Sisters of Zion, Northwest Child
tors.
Rescue Women, Pioneer Wo-
men, and others:
Si YOU TURN
Sunday, May 15, will be pro-
claimed as Blue and White Box
Day in the Detroit area. A pro-
UPSIDE DOWN. YOU WON'T
gram is being planned for that
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day which will include a special
effort to culminate the clear-
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campaign to place boxes in as
many new Jewish homes as pos-
Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.
sible.

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