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July 08, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-08

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Israel Tourist Office Director Will
Address Bar-Ilan Reception Here

Congress Adopts
Immigration Bill
with Compromise

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WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Con-
gress has passed and sent to
the White House a compromise
immigration bill, authorizing
immigration in the next two
years of 25 percent as many
European refugees as are re-
settled by the 38 other nations
participating in the world refu-
gee program. The United Na-
tions has estimated there are
about 28,000 still remaining in
European refugee camps.
The bill would permit 500 of
those admitted to be persons
with physical handicaps, pro-
vided the Attorney General is
satisfied they would not require
public support. Other provi-
sions would extend to June 30,
1962, the expiring law permit-
ting admission on a non-quota
basis of alien orphans adopted
by American citizens.
Although several Senators
voiced sharp dissatisfaction with
the limited scope of the immi-
gration bill, they were told it
was the most the House would
accept.

BY HENRY LEONARD

The expanding campus of Bar-Ilan, the American Uni-
versity in Israel, is pointed out to Irving W. Schlussel, trustee
of the University, by Mrs. Max Stollman, founder of the na-
tional women's division. She will be hostess at a garden party
on Wednesday at the Stollman summer home in Pontiac.
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"And for making this Bar Mitzvah day possible,
11/Ieir Vidar, midwest director
of the Israel Government Tour- the first American University
I should like to thank my dear parents, my
ist Office, will be the principal in Israel, will install 36 charter
sister
and brother, my beloved Hebrew teacher,
life
members.
speaker at 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
Those to be installed include
Mr. Boyarsky, and my devoted psychiatrist, Dr.
day at a reception for the De-
troit chapter of the national Mesdames Samuel Aaron, Nor-
MacDonald."
Copr. .059, Leopard
Women's division of the Ameri- man Allan, Theodore Bargman,
can Committee for Bar-Ilan Percy Berman, Ralph Berman,
David Berris, Al Borman, Torn
University.
Mrs. Max Stollman, founder Borman, A b r aham Caplan,
of the women's division, will be Abraham Cutler, Philip Cutler, Dead and Red Seas
60 DAYS OF
host at the Stollman summer Libby Dubrinsky, Joseph Fret-
to
Connect
by
End
of
'61
home, 2675 Lake Angelus Road, ter, David Goldberg, Abraham
"SPRING FEVER
Pontiac.
Goldstein, Sarah H o n i g m a n,
A new connecting link be-
SELLING SPREE"
Vidar, whose office is in Chi- William Hordes, Benjamin tween Sodom on the Dead Sea
cago, is a citizen of Jerusalem. Klein, Joseph Klein, Rachel and Eilat on the Red Sea is
Born in Carlsbad, Czechoslo- Kurtzman, Sam Lavine, S. L. A. under construction with com-
Marshall, Isadore Muskovitz, R. pletion scheduled by the end
vakia, he grew
B. N e w m a n, Ben Nosanchuk, of 1961.
up in the
Abraham Nusbaum, David Pol-
cosmopolitan
DAN C. ROSE
Sodom is one of the ancient
Fleet Sales Mgr.
lack, Morris Pollack, David cities of the world mentioned
atmosphere of
t h e interna-
Schoichet, Sid Schwartz, Mendel in the Bible, while Eilat,
MAKING SPRING TIME DEALS TO BEAT THE BAND!
Shifman, Aaron Stollman, Max
tional tourist
though a well-known commu-
CALL DAN ROSE TODAY AT TRinity 5-0500
Stollman, Israel Taines, Daniel
center.
nity in the Biblical period, is
Temchin and Allen Weiss.
For fiv e
one of modern 'Israel's newest
years, follow-
Schwartz, who was area man- cities, being only about eight
i ng World
ager for the I s r a el Bonds years old and fast becoming a
6250 WOODWARD AVE., JUST S. of MILWAUKEE
War II, Vidar
Organization with headquarters favored tourist site as well as
served in
in Omaha for the past two Israel's gateway to Africa,
Prime Minis-
years, also will speak.
through the Gulf of Aqaba.
ter David Ben-
Gurion's -of-
fice. His final
Vidar
position was director of the
tourist promotion department.
In 1956, he was transferred
to the United States to take
charge of the Institutional Re-
lations Department of the Israel
Government Tourist Office in
New York City. He has visited
Bar-Ilan University during var-
ious stages of its steady devel-
opment.
In April, 1959, the govern-
ment of Israel established an
official tourist office in Chi-
cago, serving the Midwest and
Southwest regions of the United
States, and Vidar was named
INTEREST
director.
Mrs. Sidney Ravin, member-
COMPOUNDED
ship chairman of the Detroit
chapter, will serve as program
QUARTERLY
chairman of the day. She and
FOR SAVERS AND INVESTORS: When money comes
Gerald Schwartz, national ex-
ecutive director for Bar-Ilan,
your way—here is a GENUINE SAVINGS ACCOUNT

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Mrs. Harry J. Finke, presi-
dent, Jewish Braille Institute
of America (left), accepts a
cheek for $5,000 from the
Women's Branch, Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, as the ini-
tial contribution toward the
cost of publishing an Ortho-
dox Prayer Book in Hebrew-
English braille for free dis-
tribution, from Mrs. Allen I.
Edles, national president,
Women's Branch of UOJCA.

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