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November 24, 1961 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-24

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Israel Medical Association Backs Strike
of Hospital Doctors; Hadassah in the Red

• activities in Society

out, with the support of the
institution's 1,200 non-medical
personnel, if the retroactive
pay demands are left unmet by
the erid of this week.
Hospital representatives of
Hadassah have said they cannot
meet the wage deficit without
help from the Israel Treasury.
Contributions from the American
organization finance 60 percent
of the hospital budget, while the
remainder is met by fees for
services.
The hospital physicians have
adopted a resolution approving
Hadassah's demands on the
Treasury for "a more realistic"
rate of exchange for the dollars
Honor Prof. Kaplan
contributed to the hospital's oper-
on 80th Birthday
ations.
The. Hadassah Medical Organi-
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
world's major religions have zation in Israel faces a deficit of
failed to cope with the problem 4,000,000 pounds ($2,240,000),
facing humanity as a result of members of the top-level Hadas-
the threat of nuclear war, ac- sah delegation declared here on
cording to warnings voiced by the eve of their return to New
leaders of the Jewish Reconstruc- York.
The delegation, comprising
tionist movement.
The criticism against all the Mrs. Rose Halprin, Mrs. Rebecca
religions was expressed at a_ din- Shulman and Charlotte Jacobson,
ner here honoring Prof. Mor- spent two weeks in Israel dur-
decai M. Kaplan, founder of the ing which time they conferred
Jewish Reconstructionist Foun- with Finance' Minister Levi Esh-
dation, on his 80th birthday.
kol and other cabinet members,
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, spiri- as well as with local Hadassah
tual leader of the Fairmont leaders.
Temple in Cleveland, , warned i
The deficit, it was learned
that "the great religions of the during the talks, was due to
world are dying, although there rising costs in Israel, the small-
are no visible death throes." Re
ligion, he maintained, "is simply
MUSIC designed to please
no longer an effective force in
by
our society, for it is no longer
the measure by which a cu UT
evaluates itself."

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Israel Medical Association voted
to instruct all of its members in
public employment to strike in
solidarity with the 200 physicians
employed by the Hadassah-He-
brew University Hospital, sup-
porting a demand by the latter
that they receive retroactive pay
increases.
The wage hike, retroactive to
April, 1960, amounts to 600,000
Israeli pounds ($336,000).
The hospital physicians car-
. ried out a three-hour "warn-
ing" strike last Thursday, and
are talking about a full walk-

Mrs. Pearl Leader has returned from Boston where she was a
Sisters of Zion delegate to the Mizrachi Women's Organization
of America. During her trip she visited with friends and relatives
in New York and Long Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman of 16133 Curtis celebrated their
25th wedding anniversary on Nov. 21.

Kennedy Accepts Historic Scroll

er purchasing power of the dol-
lar and overall salary increases.
In talks with Eshkol, the Ha-
. dassah leaders stressed the
fact that, while the rate of ex-
change granted Hadassah since
1954 had been frozen at 1.800
Israel pounds per dollar, costs
had increased by 40 percent.
The delegation said that Ha-
dassah would meet its obligation
but would set suitable dates and
priorities in light of the over-
all budget position. This year,
Hadassah sent nearly 13,000,000
pounds ($7,280,000) to Isr
all proj ts, including
,i 00)
4,000,01 and $2,
rgani-
for t
a
zati

.

President Kennedy looks at his gift, a 19th century He-
brew Torah held by Maurice Eisendrath, president of the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, at ceremonies at
the White House. Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg also
participated. Looking on in the second row, from left, are
Rabbi Albert Goldman of Cincinnati, Melvin Dunkelman of
Cincinnati, and Judge Emil N. Baar of New York. In rear is
Mrs. Dunkelman.

Wisconsin University
Semitics - Scholar to
Do Research on East

MADISON, Wis.—A new con-
tribution to understanding of
today's Near East will be in-
augurated by a University of
Wisconsin Semitic languages
scholar. ,
On leave for the second
semester, Prof, Menahem Man-
soor, chairman of the de-
partment of Hebrew and
Semitic studies, will go to
Harvard to work as research
fellow with Sir Hamilton Gibb
on a documentary study of di-
plomacy and politics in the
Near East.
Fs owing the eriod at Har-
Mi•East-
var#
er
tinue
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consin
p
unde
isconsin sup-
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The City of Detroit Office of
Civil Defense has scheduled two
/ free five-week courses in basic
civil defense and survival pre-
paredness.
An evening course from 8
to 10 p.m. will start Nov. • 28.
First session of an afternoon
course will be held I. to 3 p.m.,
Nov. 29.
Any Detroit resident may
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MISS MARSHA ADELMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Adelman
of Fairfax Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Marsha Harriet, to
Harvey Wolf, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Wolf of Oakwood Dr.,
Oak Park.
The future bridegroom is a
senior at Detroit Institute of
Technology, majoring in ac-
counting.
The couple will be married
July 15, 1962, at Rainbow Ter-I
race.

TEL AVIV—No sermons or
eulogies are to be allowed in
a shrine to be Built in Bnei
Brak, a suburb of this city,
in commemoration of the 300,-
000 Lithuanians systematically
slaughtered by the Nazis in
World War II.
A total of 728 Jewish com-
munities in Lithuania were
wiped out. A miniature tomb-
stone for each will be inscribed
with the year the community
was established and the He-
brew calendar date of its an-
nihilation, which will require
considerable research, for those
who wish to o b s e r v e the
"yahrzeit" (death anniversary)
of the citizens.
Inscribed on the wall of the
shrine will be the words, "Sigh
in silence."

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White in Color, Uniform
Strand with 7 Damond, 2
Pearl Clasp. A Real Buy at
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HY HERMAN

Vladimiritzer Plans
Charity Games Party

Shrine for Lithuanians
Will Be Built in Israel

10 MM Cultured
CULTURED
PEARLS

Vladimiritzer• Emergency Re-
lief Organization will hold a
games party Dec. 12 at 18450
Wyoming Ave.
President Samuel A. Kayne
announces _chairman for the eve-
ning will be -Mrs: Bernard Chase.
Co-chairmen will be- Mesdames
Louis Barell, Nathan Rossen and
Phillip Rossen.
Proceeds Will be given t
needy famil s i Isr
Friends
ted.
call Mrs.
or
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Mrs. Maurice AIT;ner
Named on NFTS Board

Mrs. Maurice Weiner. of Oat
Park. was elected to the board
of directors of the National
Federation of TPninle Sister-
hoods, for a term of four years,
at the organization's 23rd .bien-
nial assembly in Washington.
Mrs. Weiner is a member of
the Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El in Oak Park.

Circumnavigators Club
Leaders Include Enggass
Humuhumunukunukuapuaa-
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pig"—will fly from H
help enliven the gay
the World in Eighty s"
nual banquet of the ich
Branch of the world- ide
cumnavigators Club at e Sher-
aton-Cadillac, Dec. 1.
Circumnavigators Club inter-
national officers who live in
Detroit are Maurice Enggass,
Simon D. Den Uyl, Fred .L.
Shaw, George F. Pierrot.

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