Two local young men who freedom school teachers in the
"couldn't sit by," one an attorney home of a Negro family, and al-
and the other a college student, though the hosts have refused
may run across each other in Mis- any money, he wrote, the "guests"
pay rent. All volunteers are cover-
Allan Gould, 20, son of the Earl ing their own expenses.
"Last Friday morning," (July 3),
Goulds, 18928 Santa Rosa, is al-
ready in Mississippi, teaching in he wrote, "we found a huge cross
the summer "freedom -school" for burned near our schoolhouse. Sat-
the Student Non-Violent Coordi- urday morning, over 10 pounds of
huge tacks were poured all over
Allen Zemmol, 34, married and the road in front of the school.
the father of two, living at 15361 Sunday morning, a car filled with
Joan, Oak Park, will leave for Mis- whites, rode through the neighbor-
sissippi to try civil rights cases hood, firing shots in the air. Three
men in the car were recognized as
during the first week in August.
police officers from town. Yep, it
Both felt they had to go. The sure is good to have the law on
violence, which would deter moth- our side!"
ers and wives, would not deter
Gould is teaching English, his-
Gould and Zemmol.
"I didn't want him to go," Mrs. tory of religion and elementary
Gould admitted. My husband French. He reported that the com-
thinks Allan's doing a fine thing. munity is "strong and brave" and
All I want is to have my son out that the children want very much
of danger." Gould is located in to learn. The police and "board of
"Harmony Community," a rural education" proved the makeshift
district some 2 0 miles from Phila- schoolhouse being used was county
delphia, where three civil rights property and pushed out the teach-
ers and students, so classes were
Leaving Detroit June 21 with the removed to a nearby church and
son of a Highland Park minister, under the trees outside.
Both volunteers and community
Gould hitchhiked to Oxford, Ohio
for orientation and was assigned to are joining to build a center and
the Mississippi freedom school. • library building (5,000 volumes
Soon after he left here, the sup- have been accumulated with gifts
ply of volunteers was cut off by from the North) but is in need of
the SNCC because of the dangers funds, he wrote.
Like Gould, Zemmol has never
been active in civil rights action.
A former Midrasha student
Neither has ever joined a free-
and national officer of Atid, the
dom march or even picketed.
college affiliate of United Syna-
Zemmol will gather with other
gogue Youth, Gould is adviser to
sophomore USY at Adas Shalom Northern lawyers in Jackson and
Synagogue. He was in Israel be reassigned to areas •where they
twice, once as a rabbis' assistant. are needed to represent people un-
He is a Mumford graduate and able to get legal counsel.
Zemmol, a member of the sub-
presently majoring in English
at Monteith College, Wayne committee on aging for the Jewish
Family and Children's Service, is
Gould is staying with four other married to the f orm e r Lita
;,- ;<*r7x#7:x..>, s:xc;,, ---• , <o>,,. - . : , *-::, r::-4•-:,,,,:w
The trip will be paid for out of
Zemmol's own pocket although
,, the Detroit chapter of the National
MADE TO ORDER
.:• Lawyers Guild is sponsoring the
or READY MADE
project. "You can't sit by," he
CALL ANNA KARBAL
said. "You're either involved and
you participate or you don't. I
•:•:. 4 have to."
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WEDDING, BAR MITZVAH
OR SOCIAL FUNCTION?
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM SYN.
14200 W. 10 MILE
OR ANY SYNAGOGUE
IN THE CITY
CALL THE GOTTHEWS AT
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Israelis Have Deep Interest in Issues
of Civil Rights, U. S. Election, States
Editor of Davctr, Tel Aviv Daily Paper
Betrothal Is Told
Two Young Men Go South to
Aid the Negroes of Mississippi
Israelis have a deep interest in Burstein of Woodingham and Mr.
the adoption of the civil rights and Mrs. Jacob Gans of Ilene Ave.
bill and its implementation, and They were entertained, among
in the political conventions and others, by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
the - forthcoming election in the Nachman of Southfield who be-
friended them on their recent visit
Israel Shiv, editor of Davar, in Israel.
the Tel Aviv labor daily news-
Editor Shiv came to Israel from
paper for the Shomron area from Poland 40 years ago. He has been
Haifa to Na-
associated with Davar for 34
years. He is the president of the
here for a few
provincial section of the Israel
weeks with his
In 1955, Shiv was elected a
said that the
.member of the Mapai party's cen-
people of Israel
tral committee, and to assume
felt great strides
that post he resigned as a member
were being made
of the City Council of his home
MISS CHARLOTTE YAMSHON
towards good re-
town of Hadera where he had held
the office of Vice Mayor. He is on
Mr. and Mrs. David Yamshon, peoples by the
the Mapai election list as a poten-
15350 Park, Oak Park, announced passage of t h e Israel Shiv
engagement of their daughter civil rights measure. He said all tial candidate for the Knesset.
The Shivs have two sons, Zuri-
Charlotte to Harvey Magitz at a people of good will hope it will El, who is in the Israeli diploma-
be fully implemented.
tic service, and Yehudah, who is
Here during the hectic sessions in the banking and foreign ex-
The bride-elect attends Wayne
State University. Her fiance, son of the Republican convention, edi- change services of Israel's na-
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Magitz, tor Shiv said it opened up for him tional bank.
19720 Greenfield, attends Law- new vistas and introduced him to
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a political arena of which he was
rence Intsitute of Technology.
An Aug. 29 wedding is planned. unaware. He said Israelis, like You'll enjoy
Americans, are glued to their ra-
dio sets to hear the results of the cool
Shiv is here with his wife, Leah, summer
a leader in Moatzot Hapoalot, the comfort
Israeli counterpart of the Pioneer
DETROIT POST will meet 8:30 Women in America, on a vist with in smart
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ILIARY will hold their annual
family picnic July 26 at the Totem
Pole Day Camp, 12 Mile and Beck
Rd. Admission will cover swim-
ming and games for all ages.
Lunch may be purchased on the
grounds. For information, call
CALL: LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
Retitled at Stratford
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Because of misunderstanding Glosser, UN 1-4334, chairman.
among some of its patrons, the
COHEN, ZAGER & REZNICK—Proprietors of
Stratford Festival has decided to
Anglicize the title of Moliere's IARY will hold a summer meet-
"Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme," one ing 8:30 p.m. July 28 at the home
of the three plays in its current of vice president Mrs. Bernice Sil-
KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET
ver, 15340 Oak Park Blvd., Oak
For the balance of the season, Park. The agenda includes a joint
the comedy will be called "The project with other posts and auxil-
Bourgeois Gentleman" as a means iaries to bring entertainment and
* Fresh Cut-Up Chicken Parts
of conveying to the public that refreshments to the patients at
it is being performed in English, the Battle Creek Veterans Hos-
* Ready Made Hamburger Patties
rather than its original French.
pital. Mrs. Marcus Sheinker, hos-
*Oven Ready Turkeys
pital chairman, may be reached
Boneless Chicken Breasts
at BR 3-8133. Delegates will be
*Veal for Scallopini
elected to attend the national con-
vention in Miami the week of
* Hamburger Steaks
Aug. 9. Details of the group serv-
* Minute Steaks
icing the Girls' Detention Home
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Harry Left will be discussed.
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