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October 19, 1962 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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$1,250,000 Raised for Israel Bonds at Dinner
in New York to Launch Fall Campaign

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday,

ARAMCO Fights Rule State Dems Will
Finding It Guilty of
Give Dinner in
Anti-Jewish Bias
Honor of Truman

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
American-Arabian Oil Company,
ARAMCO, won a temporary stay
this week against a ruling. by
the New York State Commis-
sion on Human Rights which
found that the oil firm was
guilty of discriminating against
Jews in its hiring practices and
ordered that it halt such prac-
tices.
The company filed a petition
for a review of the ruling and
received the temporary stay
from Supreme Court Justice V.
A. Lupiano. He set a tentative
hearing for today.
The American Jewish Con-
gress, which initiated the legal
fight against ARAMCO, filed
in the Supreme Court a request
for permission to intervene at
today's hearing in support of
the Commission, which is ex-
pected to seek a court decision
for an order compelling
ARAMCO to cease and desist
from the charged practices.
An ARAMCO spokesman said
that the company had never
practiced any discrimination
and that it would fight the rul-
ing "as far as we can." He said
the appeal was being made be-
cause the company was con-
vinced that the ruling was based
on insufficient evidence and
that "no facts were presented
to warrant the decision."

Dropsie College
Opens 55th Year

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA)—The
Dropsie College opened its 55th
academic year with 50 courses
for graduate students in a wide
range of Jewish, Middle East and
Judaism studies. Areas covered
Biblical literature, rabbinic lit-
erature, Hebrew language and
literature, Semitic languages, Is-
lamic studies, comparative reli-
gion, his t or y, philosophy and
Middle East studies.

Charge German
Judge Killed Jews

NEW YORK (JTA) — More and Mrs. Isaac Stern for lead-
KIEL, West Germany, (JTA)
than $1,250,000 for the econcrnic ership in the Israel bond cam- —Kiel officials said that Ernest
development of Israel was raised paign and for efforts to promote Ehlers, a former SS officer, had
at a dinner inaugurating the 1962
been suspended from his post as
fall campaign of the Greater cultural interchange between Is- a judge at the administrative
rael
and
the
United
States.
Stern
New York Committee for State
court at Schleswig after he was
of Israel Bonds at the Ameri- is the eminent violinist. Mrs. charged with participation in
Stern
is
chairman
of
the
Great-
cana Hotel. William Goldfine.
wartime mass executions in the
president of the Royal State Bank er New York Women's Division occupied city of Smolensk.
of
the
Israel
bond
campaign.
Mr.
of New York, was dinner chair-
and Mrs. Stern were presented
man.
with a hand-illuminated scroll
Ambassador Avraham Harman "for their individual and com-
of Israel was the principal speak- bined records of distinguished
er. The dinner was a high point service to their fellow men and
of a drive to mobilize $15,000.000 their fellow Jews."
Is THE TIME TO
in the metropolitan area by the
MAKE
YOUR WINTER
end of the year. Speakers em-
Radio Telegraphy Pioneer
TRAVEL
ARRANGEMENTS.
phasized Israel's need for Israel
Alessandro Artom, an Italian-
bond investment funds for the ec- Jewish physicist and inventor
FOR INFORMATION CALL
onomic development of the who lived in Rome in the late
Negev, the country's southern 19th century, was a pioneer in
LEVENTIS TRAVEL
desert region, and for the ex- the field of radio telegraphy. He
149 MICHIGAN AVE.
pansion of Israel's industry, ag- originated the Artom system of
HARRY S. TRUMAN
Lobby Lafayette Bldg.
riculture and commerce.
WO 5-1266
telegraphy which was in use for
A $100-per-plate dinner hon-
many
years
throughout
Italy.
The
event
also
honored
Mr.
401110101411111011101111.1/4
oring former President Harry
S. Truman will be held 7 p.m.
Oct. 27 in the Fountain Room
of the Masonic Temple. Hon-
orary co-chairmen of the event
are Gov. John B. Swainson and
24061 Coolidge Highway, Oak Park 37
Neil Staebler, Democratic can-
didate for congressman-at-large.
For tickets to the affair, call
Albert M. Colman, WO 3-0056,
to take advantage of its
or Harold Berry, WO 1-8369.

NOW

The Young Israel Center of Oak Woods

INVITES THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY

YOUTH ACTIVITIES

Mt. Zion Hospital
Is Awarded Grant

SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) —
Mount Zion Hospital and Medi-
cal Center here has received a-
new grant of $380,832 from the
United States and California
State Public Health Services, it
was annnounced by the hospital
and the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, with which the institution is
affiliated. The grant, in match-
ing funds, is to be used towards
construction of a new outpatient
building.
The new grant is in addition
to a former award of $333,000.
Altogether, the hospital is to get
$727,500 in matching funds.

SUNDAYS: 1:00 p.m. . . . Bowling League (10 year olds - 15).
Also Clubs, Sports, Trips, etc.
TUESDAYS: 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. . .. Indoor and outdoor games, e.g., ping
pong, checkers, chess, boxing instruction, etc. Basketball, volleyball,
badminton, shuffleboard, etc.
SHABOS & YOM TOV: 9:30 a.m... . Teenage Congregation.
10:00 a.m... . Junior Congregation (6 years old - 12)
10:00 a.m... . Story Hour (3 year olds - 5)
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Junior Groups)
ONEG SHABOS:
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p*.m. (Teenage Group)
RABBI NISSIM H. HAYWARD, Director

For further information, call LI 6-6662 or LI 6-5560

Beth Yehudah News

October 19, 1962

Beth Yehudah Schools, Dexter at Sturtevant

Vol. 10, No. -2

COMMUNITY RALLIES FOR ANNUAL EVENT

Remember The Date Sunday,Nov. 11 At Cobo Halt

An Editorial

Facts to Ponder

The Beth Yehudah Schools were founded in 1916, to
serve as the city's center for intensive Jewish studies.
Since that time, Beth Yehudah has produced many
Rabbis and Hebrew teachers as well as informed and
inspired lay members of our community.
Many of the institution's 900 students attend on partial
or complete scholarships; admission is open to all,
irrespective of ability to pay.
Beth Yehudah serves not only the metropolitan Detroit
area but Windsor, and even students from Toledo, Mt.
Clemens, Bay City, South Bend and Indianapolis have
taken advantage of the institution.
Beth Yehudah enjoys a national reputation for its high
academic standards, illustrated by the variety of awards
and distinctions gained by its students. Academic ex-
cellency has gone hand in hand with personality de-
velopment and character growth.
The bulk of the institution's financial needs must be met
by contributions from the public at large. This means
you. It is up to you whether Beth Yehudah will be able
to discharge its mission in the community .. .
join in the public demonstration of
support for Beth Yehudah, on November 11,
by making at once your reservations
for its Dinner!

A representative cross section
of the community's leaders
have joined forces to put Beth
Yehudah's annual dinner over
the top. This has become clear
at the first meetings of the din-
ner committee, and promises to
make this year's dinner the top
event on the social calendar.

In lending their support to
the Beth Yehudah effort, mem-
bers of the committee ex-
pressed their conviction that De-.
troit's future contribution to
Jewish welfare nationally and
overseas depends in the first
place upon the education we
give to our younger generation.
To this noble goal priority

must be given—and Beth Yehu-
dah has certainly proven its
ability to generate Jewish schol-
arship and religious commit-
ment. The Committee called on
all public spirited members of
the community to join in the
dinner effort by making reser-
vations for themselves and their
friends.

IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED TICKETS . . .
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS RIGHT NOW WE 1-0203

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