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March 26, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-26

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Pollack Named
to State Civil
Service Body

_Israeli Women Plan Social Evening

David Pollack took his oath as
the newest member of the State
Civil Service Commission in De-
troit Monday.
Pollack, a 51-year-old real estate
investor, president of the Wash-
ington Boulevard
Building Co., was
sworn into office
by Chief Judge T.
John Lesinski of
the State Court
of Appeals. The
marked the first
time one of
Michigan's new
appellate judges
has delivered an
oath of office.
Gov. George Romney announced
Pollack's appointment to the four-
member, bipartisan commission,
March 11.
Pollack, who in 1962 con-
cluded 14 years' service on the De-
troit Fire Commission, was chosen
as a Democratic appointee to suc-
ceed Sarah Robinson, also of
Detroit, for an eight-year term.
Pollack will commence his of-
ficial duties with the commission
at its monthly meeting - April 19-
20 in Lansing.
Pollack is a native of Detroit
and a graduate of the Wayne State
University Law School. He is ac-
tive in a number of civic and
charitable organizations and in
many Jewish movements, includ-
ing the Allied Jewish Campaign
and Israel bonds.

Plans for an all-Israeli social, arranged by the program com-
mittee of the newly organized Israeli Women's Organization of
Detroit, are for 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the Jewish Center. Members
of the committee are (from left) Mesdames Nill Katz, Naomi Blech,
secretary, Yael Belderman and Shula Fleischer, chairman; and
Zvia Rosenboim. Membership is limited to Israeli women residing
in metropolitan Detroit.

Women s Uittbs

Dr. Brick-man to Speak at Founders
Day; Akiva School Is Cited by Israeli

Rabbi Rabinowitz
to Conclude Series

essenger s




The extremists of both parts of
this country are violent; they mis-
take loud and violent talk for elo-
quence and for reason."—Daniel

Bnai David Women Invite
Folk Singer Kay Britten

Bnai David Sisterhood will hold
its 29th annual Donor Luncheon
12:30 p.m. April 7 in the synagogue
social hall.
Mrs. Emil Spilman, donor chair-
man, announces that Kay Britten,
folk singer and guitarist, will en-
tertain. For reservations, call
Mrs. Isadore Katz, LI 7-6837, or
Mrs. Helen Young, LI 5-3414.

Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, will hold
a Millionaires' Party at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute April 3 at 8:30
p.m. Tickets can be purchased at
the door. Prizes will be awarded.
Chairman is Mrs. Eugene Paul
and co-chairman, Mrs. Louis Gross-
man. Decorations are by the pres-
ident of the alumnae chapter, Mrs.
AJ Con g ress Women
Robert Pasman. Proceeds will be
donated to charity. Mrs. Ned Weitz-
Back Genocide Pact;
man and Mrs. Don Kelter are in
charge of publicity.
E. Germany Criticized
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
gates to the biennial convention of
the Women's Division of the Amer- will meet noon Wednesday at the
ican Jewish Congress adopted at Labor Zionist Institute. The meet-
the closing session a resolution ing will begin with a brunch. Guests
urging the U.S. Senate to ratify invited. Speaker will be Bruce
the United Nations international Kutnick of Habonim. Mrs. Rose
Yendick, ticket chairman for the
convention against genocide.
Mrs. Charles L. Snitow of Scars- April 10 "Millionaire Party," an-
dale, N.Y., was elected president. nounces tickets are available for
In other resolutions, the dele- the fund-raising event, and collec-
gates voiced "vigorous opposition" tions may be turned in at the meet-
to the channeling of federal anti- ing.
* * *
Dr. Firestone Heads
poverty funds to church groups
and parochial schools and warned
State's Optometrists
that segregationists could estab- BRANCH, Jewish Women Euro-
At the yearly election, held at lish private schools, to avoid in- I pean Welfare Organization, will
the Statler Hotel,
tegrating public schools, by using hold a luncheon and games party
Dr. Harvey. Fire-
share-time and other provisions of noon Tuesday at Jericho Temple.
stone, optome-
the administration's education aid Guests invited. Proceeds will go to
orphans and widows in Israel for
trist, was elected
president of the
The U.S. Government was urged Passover.
* * *
Michigan Associ-
to give firm support "publicly and
ation of Optome-
clearly stated, in behalf of Israel's
trists. Dr. Fire-
use of Jordan River waters for WOMEN ORGANIZATION will
stone is director
irrigation purposes" and help to hold its games party (cancelled
of the Dearborn
persuade West Germany to re- earlier) 8 p.m. Tuesday at Holiday
Optical Center,
Manor. Hostesses will be Mrs.
sume arms deliveries to Israel.
Dr. Firestone
Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of Philip Kutnick and Mrs. Julius
the American Jewish Congress Spielberg. For tickets and informa-
warned American Jews that, in tion, call Mrs. Morris Weinstein,
their proper concern for the short- 535-5737. All tickets will be honor-
comings of West Germany on Is- ed.
* * *
raeli and other Jewish matters,
Rabbi Chaim Dov Rabinowitz, they should not overlook the facf
under the auspices of Yeshivath that East Germany's record was Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
Beth Yehudah, will return to De- far worse.
Despite dissatisfaction with West tute. Mrs. David Cohen will re-
troit for a continuation of his lec-
ture series 8 p.m. Monday and Germany, he said, we recognize view "Armageddon" by Leon Uris.
Tuesday at Cong. Beth Tefilo that the Bonn regime has at least Hostesses will be Ann Erman and
begun the great task of moral re- Sonia Gold. Guests invited.
Emanuel Tikvah.
* * *
Rabbi Rabinowitz is head of demption and that the leaders of
West Germany are responsible to
Daath Israel Institute.
The lectures are open to the the views of the world Jewish com- assah, will hold a luncheon-fashion
munity and expressions of interna- show 12:30 p.m. Monday at Hadas-
public for a nominal fee.
Rabbi Rabinowitz is the author tional concern. He cited t h e sah House. Prizes will be awarded.
of a commentary on the Sacred problems of elimination of all ves- Nominal donation. For ticket in-
Scripture, eight volumes of which tiges of Nazism in West Germany formation, call Ruth Kuretzky,
have already been published. When and meeting of obligations to Is- KE 3-5646.
the first volume appeared some rael and the survivors of the Nazi
* * *
years ago, the late Rabbi Isaac Her- period.
East Germany, he pointed out,
zog, then chief rabbi of Israel,
heralded it as "an extraordinary has rejected every Jewish appeal SISTERHOOD will hold its month-
commentary for modern times: an and rebuffed every approach from ly board meeting April 5 at the
urgent necessity for scholars and the victims of Nazism. He charg- home of Mrs. Ben Wrotslaysky,
ed that the regime of Walter 'Ul- 18077 Washburn.
lay-men alike."
* * *
bricht "has become the active and
avid partner of Arab adventurism
in its announced intention" to de- PTA will hold a Persian Auction
stroy Israel.
8:30 p.m. Wednesday ,at the Labor
He asserted that East Germany Zionist Institute. Household and
T ry
had Nazis in high places and re- personal items for all members of
fused to allow any restitution of the family will be available. Chair-
victims of Nazism while openly man is Mrs. Manfred Pick, assisted
supporting Egyptian maneuvers by Mesdames David Bachaiov,
against Israel.
Martin Ryba, Benno Levi, Sherman
Among the Detroiters elected School, Charles Snow and Harry
to national office at the conven- Margolis. Refreshments will be
tion were Mesdames Arnold E. served, and there will be free
Frank, representing the Detroit gifts for all.
"Since 1927"
* ** *
Women's Division; Dan Shapiro,

re-elected as a vice president; and
Edward Rothenberg, and Milton Women, will hold a luncheon meet-
Schwartz, national governing ing noon Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Norman Leemon, 18945 Fair-
field. Mrs. Max Kanerek will re-
There are four great powers view Irving Wallace's "The Man."
which govern society: the sword,
FEE'Re .NDI11 . 1E
the pen, money, and women. The
Friday, March 26, 1965-25
fifth is journalism!—Isaac M. Wise.
at Oakridge

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Women, will hold its Millionaire's
Party luncheon 12:30 p.m. Monday
in the home of Celia Altman, 19194
Whitcomb. Hostessess will be Fan-
nie Weiner and Dorothy Goodman.
Guests invited.

witness a school less than one year
in existence and with a student
body of so many varied back-
grounds, to have met with such
success in being welded into one
unit with such significant accom-
plishments. It is evident that ex-
ceptional educational and admin-
istrative leadership, excellence of
faculty and a dedicated lay group
have joined in a most outstanding

Dr. William W. Brickman, pro-
fessor of education at the grad-
uate school of the University of
Pennsylvania, will address the
Founders Day meeting of Akiva
Hebrew Day School 9 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
The public is invited.
The day school recently was
cited by M. Z. Efrati, Israeli edu-
cational consultant to the Jewish
Agency. In a letter to Rabbi Man-
fred Pick, principal, Efrati said:
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