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May 14, 1965 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-14

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Zeltzer Slated for Hebrew Schools'
Presidency; Teachers to Be Honored

The 45th annual meeting of the entation to representatives of the
United Hebrew Schools will take Jewish Welfare Federation of the
place at 6:15 p.m., June 1, at the latest textbook published by the
Esther Berman Building. It will be UHS, with funds allocated by Fed-
a dinner meeting, and parents, eration: "Habiyit Hayehudi" for
friends and member of the schools Beth and Gimel classes.
are invited. For information and
A feature of the evening will
reservations, call the schools, DI
be the honoring of teachers who
have been with the United He-
The program will include, in ad- brew Schools for 18 years and
dition to the election of officers
and board of directors, the Annual
In accordance with the by-laws
reports, an address by Hyman
Safran, president of the Jewish of the UHS, the nominations com-
Welfare Federation, and the pres- mittee announces the following
nominees for election to the board
of directors for a term of three
years, ending June 1, 1968: Dr.
Maxwell B. Bardenstein, Leonard
E. Baron, Herman Fishman, Erwin
Friedman, Dr. Jacob B. Goldman,
Leo Knight, Leo Knight Photo- Abe Kasle, Robert Kasle, Norman
graphy, 17590 Wyoming, w a s Katz, Louis LaMed, Albert Lubin,
awarded the coveted Qualified Harold Robinson, Philip Slomovitz,
Rating of the Professional Photo- George Spoon, Ruben Gold, Milton
graphers of America, Inc., at the Lucow and George M. Zeltzer.
Abraham Borman is being nom-
annual PP of A Commercial Divi-
sion Luncheon in the Statler Hil- inated to the advisory committee
of the Board. Nominated for elec-
ton Hotel, May 4.
The luncheon was held in con- tion as officers are: Abe Kasle,
junction with the 74th annual In- honorary president; George M.
ternational Exposition of Profes- Zeltzer, president; Leonard E. Ba-
sional Photography, sponsored by ron, Mitchell Feldman, Gordon
the PP of A, the oldest and largest Ginsberg, vice presidents; William
association of professional photo- A. Yolles, secretary; Jack Shenk- I
man, treasurer; and Albert Lubin,
graphers in the United States.
The PP of A Qualified rating is assistant treasurer.
given only to photographers whose
work has been judged outstanding
Friday,. May 14, 1965-11
by the PP of A's Commercial Divi-
sion Board of Review.
Photographers submit samples
of their work to the Board in any
of the 24 categories of specialized
photography — ranging from ma-
rine to advertising photography.
The Qualified rating is the most
sought after classification in prof-
essional photography.
Qualified photographers a r e
listed in the special Qualified Sec-
tion of the annual Directory of
Professional Photography pub-
lished by the PP of A as a guide
for photographic buyers.



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FRIDAY — Dinner and Dancing at "Inn on the Park"
SATURDAY — Dinner at Port of Call

2 Cocktail Parties

• 2 Breakfasts (Room Service If Desired)


Leo Knight Wins
ualified Rating'


Round Trip Greyhound Transportation
Gratuities for Breakfast and Dinners



per person—Double Occupancy

59.50 for children under 14 occupying same
room with parents

$77.50 Single Occupancy
For superior accommodations $4 per person

64.50 for children over 14 occupying same
room with parents


Clubs, Groups, Families Welcome — For Further Information


s North of
19437 LIVERNOIS Jut Outer

A n open letter to Thr. Louis 13erry and the ewish comm unity ...

Jesuit Educator
Argues Case for
Aid to All Schools

"Freedom in Education" is an
argument in favor of extending
federal aid to all educational in-
situtions—public, private and paro-
chial—by Father Virgil C. Blum, a
noted Jesuit educator, in "Free-
dom in Education" ( Doubleday).
If private schools are forced to
close down, Fr. Blum contends,
the consequences can only be
harmful, and he shows that a pro-
posed solution of shared time is
contrary to the educational phil-
osophies of church-related schools.
By use of numerous Supreme
Court cases, Fr. Blum supports his
thesis that parents have the right
to a free choice in the education
of their children, but that right is
consistently violated by the re-
fusal of public funds to private
In a section devoted to the con-
stitutionality of using federal
funds in private education, the
author gives arguments to prove
(his contention that such aid is
constitutional, and cites specific
cases in which public funds have
been granted to private insti-
He concludes with a survey of
how academic freedom has been
preserved in other democracies
which grant federal aid to private
educational institutions.

World Jewish Congress
Parley Set for Strasbourg

NEW YORK—About 100 Jewish
leaders from the United States,
Canada, the Latin American lands,
Europe, the Middle East and other
parts of the world will gather in
Strasbourg, France, July 11-15

for discussions of major Jewish
issues, Samuel Bronfman, vice-
president of the World Jewish
Congress and chairman of its
North American Executive, an-

Mr. Louis Berry

Hon. Kenneth B. Keating

Mr. Abraham Borman

Beginning with the 1965 Eighth Annual Yeshiva University Dinner, to take place at the Sheraton

Cadillac Hotel, June 2, we are discontinuing the sale of tickets, due to the fact that Yeshiva University, the

largest institution of higher education under Jewish auspices in the world, with over 6,000 students from

everywhere, benefiting every community, should have the opportunity to raise money for their scholarship
fund on a volunteer basis.

This dinner has a special meaning to me and to my family. As is already known, I am paying all the

expenses in honor of my wife Florence's 50th birthday. It is thrilling to me to know, that by contributing a

substantial amount to cover all the costs of this dinner, Yeshiva University will receive 100 per cent of the

contributions to be made towards the advancement of its great educational programs.

Our beloved Detroiter, Mr. Abraham Borman Chairman of the Detroit Friends and a Trustee of Yeshiva

University, has appointed Mr. Louis Berry as chairman of this important event. I would personally like to

thank Mr. Berry for accepting this appointment and I know, Louis Berry, that your leadership and the high

regard that our community has for you will make this our most successful dinner on behalf of Yeshiva

1 am happy to announce that the distinguished statesman, the former U. S. Senator from New York,

Hon. Kenneth B. Keating, will be guest speaker at the dinner.

Invitations are now in the hands of all former contributors to Yeshiva University.

I sincerely hope that there will be a prompt response to the invitations for the June 2 dinner. Those who

have not received invitations are asked to call WO 1-1186 or WO 1-1187, to arrange for reservations.


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