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January 19, 1962 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S — Friday, January 19, 1962

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Nationally Prominent Speakers Help
Launch 1962 Allied Jewish Camp

An impressive battery of out- as a driver for the Hagannah Herzog's f ily mov
his fathe
of-town speakers is scheduled to (the Jewish Self-Defense Omani- tine wh
appear at the initial meetings of zation). Herzog, ccepted th
Eleazar Lipsky, president of ! Chief alibi of Is
the 1962 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, which opens officially in the . Jewish Telegraphic Agency, World War II, Get
in the Briti
mid-March.
author and attorney, will speak enlist
he
Rabbi Her- at the Henrose Hotel, Jan. 26, receiv his commission fro
lilitary Acac - '. He
bert A. Fried- for the attorneys' section. Lipsky Royal
served n i y and an
man, executive is author of
armored corps officer before
vice - chairman best selling
being assigned to the British
of the United novels. "K i s s
Army's General Staff in the Eu-
Jewish Appeal, of D e a t h"
ropean Theater where he partici-
began wit:. a which later
pated in the Allied landings in
talk at a men's became a
Normandy and the advance
parlor meet- movie and ;:
through France, Belgium ,Hol-
ing, Jan. 9 at "The Scient-
land and Germany. He has served
the home of ists". He is
as Military Commander of the
Abraham Srere former editor
Jerusalem district, Chief of Staff
and spoke Jan. of the New
of the Southern Command, and
10 at the Great Palestine,
as director of Military Intel-
Lakes Club at former in e iil-
ligence, and Israel's Defense
a Women's Di- ber of the na-
Forces, his present position.
Rabbi Friedman vision pre. tional exec u-
Mrs. Shulamith Lubin, pub-
campaign luncheon.
tive committee
lic relations director of th
Mrs. S. A. Brailove, honorary of the Zionist
Joint Distribution Con
chairman of the Women's Divi- Organizations
ii in
Malben welfare
sion of the United Jewish Ap- of America,
at a
Israel, will sp
peal, addressed Women's Divi- vice president
or womei
Lipsky
paign lunch
sion Pace-Setters at the home of of the Ameri-
i
irmingha
ing
in
tl
can
League
for
Israel
and
is
ac-
Mrs. Sidney Solomon, Jan. 12.
hursday, Fe 22,
As chairman of the National tive in the American Jewish 12 noo e of Mrs. Mor t
Women's Division of United Jew- Congress and the American the
at hard
31 .Cove
ish Appeal for three years, Mrs. Friends of the Hebrew Univer- sky
L
sity.
Lipsky
was
a
New
York
Brailove headed the largest vol-
native of
i
s. L
untary fund-raising group of County Assistant District At-
ne
Pa
d
ted State
women in the world. She is Gen- torney for four years. He is a
1931
and betty
h her
eral Chairman of the Elizabeth, director of the Eastern Life In-
present
surance Company of New York,
part of
1940.
N. J., United Jewish Appeal.
s Lubin is
Mrs. Michael Comay, wife of counsel for the American-Israel 1 ies wit JDC,
lie education
the Permanent Representative of Cultural Foundation and a mem- ,
the National Voca-
Israel to the United Nations, will ber of the Federal Bar Associa- - cam
speak at th Club, tions of New York and New tional Rehabilitation Council, and
is advisor to the Israel Geronto-
ivi- Jersey.
the Women'
Jan. 17,
Dr. Boris Nelson, director of logical Society.
many • ti-
sion
v" the division of fine arts at the
cles ave appeared
r University of Toledo and chair- uispute Settled
she
has
written
scripts
ai
cumentary farts. She se d man of its music department,
will speak before the arts and Between Israel
crafts division,
et-
Marchof
Jan. 29, at the Ministry, Teachers
ers
entists are s ing
home of Har-
A Teletyp e Wire
(Direct
ects
birth
to 600 diff
JTJewish N e w s)
vey Willens.
to The
n
in
ct
which
JERUSALEM — A three-year
A graduate of
ally t i any
this co n
Heidelberg and salary dispute between the gov-
cidents.
except
oth cat
G o e t t ingen ernment and Israel's high
0 child , or one
Ab
Universities, school teachers was finally set-
born with
16 abies,
Dr. Nelson had tied here Wednesday when
in ev
'cant defer
an unique App- Abba Eban, Minister of Educa-
a si
p or tunity to tion and. the head of the Teach-
study the rise ers Association, initiated an
and fall of the agreement' on salaries provid-
N a z i regime. ing for wage increases as well
Later he stud- as certain fringe benefits for
ied at the Sor- the teachers in the secondary
bonne in Paris schools.
and Oxf or d : The agreement will be sub-
University. In mitted to the Teachers Associa-
Dr. Nelson
the United States he has become tion Council for a vote next
a Life-Fellow of the Internation- week but was already hailed by
al Institute of Arts and Letters, Eban on Wednesday as "the
headed the graduate department beginning of period of coop-
of the Westminister Choir Col- eration ending a three- -
lege at Princeton, the fine arts period of instability in se
department at the University of ary, education."
Massachusetts, was visiting pro- High . school teac aging
fessor at Colorado College, pro- ceive Increases nthly.
fessor of music and literature at $14 to $33 :50 also get
Hampton Institute in Virginia They wil
six
and visiting professor at Colby increment
in
College Summer School in Maine. raise if
Recently, he was hohored by an granted
appointment as member of the public
oi hi
City of Toledo Arts Commission, • In
the term ending in 1965.
igh
We take pleasure in
be est
Ruth Gruber, special foreign school to
ue ad-
extending congratulations
correspondent for the New rk Yo
fund will
vance stu
to
Herald Tribune, will be guest enable teachers to take a sab-
speaker for the Women's Divi- batical leave with 80 per cent
sion's Keynoters, Jan. 31, at net pay every eight years.
upon his recognition.
Temple Beth El. Miss Gruber has There will also be bonuses for
made nine trips to Israel, span- teachers completing refresher
The award is given in recogni-
tion of outstanding quality pro-
ning the entire growth of its in- courses or research increases
duction and service he has
dependence. She is the author for teachers holding university
rendered to his clientele. We
of "Destination Palestine," "Is- degrees and special bonuses for
commend him as an example
rael Without Tears," "Israel To- those in charge of certain spe-
of the new career life under-
day: Land of Many Nations." cial subjects.
writers who represent MASSA-
She is co-chairman of the
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Look Magazine. During World
General Agent War II, Miss Gruber was special
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