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September 24, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Dinner Oct. 31
to Fete Haber

Israel Bond High Holy Day Appeals
to Be Heard in 26 Congregations

Harry Platt, president of the
newly-formed Detroit Men's ORT
Chapter, announced this week that
Dr. William Haber, president of
the American ORT Federation,
dean of the University of Michi-
gan college of literature, science
and the arts, will be honored by
the chapter at a dinner Sunday,
Oct. 13 at the Pontchartrain Hotel.
Prominent speakers will greet
Dr. Haber in appreciation of his
activities in behalf of ORT.
Platt announced that the Detroit
Men's ORT Chapter, which already

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 24, 1965-25

THE CANDY CONE

Is Pleased to Present

THE WORLD FAMOUS

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CHOCOLATES

including a Fine Selection for Rosh Hashanah

WE ALSO FEATURE ICE CREAM

IN 48 DELICIOUS FLAVORS

Kolitz

DR. WILLIAM HABER

Hellman

Twenty-six Detroit area con-
gregations are participating in the
Israel Bond High Holy Day appeal.
Last year $1,272,000 in Israel
Bond subscriptions was realized
from congregationally centered
activities.
Three nationally known figures
who are coming to Detroit for the
High Holy Day Appeals are Yehuda
Hellman, Ira Hirschmann and Zvi
Kolitz.
Hellman will speak at Young
Israel Northwest on Kol Nidre, at
Ahavas Achim at Yizkor, and at
Shomrey Emunah on Yom Kippur.
Hirschmann will speak in the
Nusbaum Hall at Beth Abraham
on Kol Nidre and in the Beth

has enrolled 190 members, is con-
tinuing its membership campaign
and welcomes new enrollees.
Platt said that since the capacity
is limited, reservations for the Oct.
BONN (JTA) — The newly es-
31 dinner should be made at once tablished National Democratic
by calling WO. 1-0282.
Party, the first neo-Nazi party in
West Germany to seek official
4 Major Organizations
nationwide recognition, emerged
parliamentary elections with
Meet for Budget Review from
only 2 per cent of the vote.
NEW YORK (JTA) — The steer-
In view of the strong attendance
ing committee of the Large City at recent rallies of the neo-Nazi
Budgeting Conference of the group, political observers had pre-
Council of Jewish Federations and dicted that the party would poll
Welfare Funds met with the top up to 5 per cent.
leadership of four major national
The observers warned, however,
agencies, whose programs and that the strength of the National
activities were reviewed.
Democratic Party should not be
Taking part in the meeting, underestimated, since the 2 per
along with the representatives of cent ratio corresponds to nearly
13 LCBC member welfare funds, 500,000 votes. In Nuremberg, the
were the leaders of the United birthplace of Hitler's racist
Hias Srevice, the Anti-Defamation politices, the neo-Nazi group won
League of Bnai Brith, the America- 6 per cent of the vote.
Israel Cultural Foundation, and the
With Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
American Jewish Committee. This and his Christian Democratic Party
was the first meeting in which retaining their leadership of the
the American Jewish Committee West German government coali-
took part since that organization tion, Bonn's pro-Israel policy is cer-
agreed, last May, to participate tain to continue.
in the LCBC review process.
Two days before the elections,
the chancellor had told a press
conference he intended to improve
For Some
relations with Israel further, re-
gardless of his desire to normalize
of the
relations with the Arab countries.
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He made it clear he wants to
on new
meet with the next Israeli premier
after Israel's forthcoming Knesset
Pontiacs
elections. -
and
In Jerusalem Wednesday, West
Tempests
German Ambassador Dr. Rolf Pauls
informed Prime Minister Levi Esh-
ASK
kol that West Germany plans to
initiate discussions on development
FOR
aid to Israel as soon as Chancellor
Erhard forms a new cabinet.
The envoy asked for the meet-
ing with the premier to assure
AT
him that West Germany did not
intend any delays in carrying out
its pledge of economic aid to
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Israel which was given in the
1 block South of 7
agreement establishing diplomatic
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relations with Israel last March.

Neo-Nazis Poll
Lean 2 Pct. Votes

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Hirschmann

Abraham Sanctuary at Yiszkor on
Yom Kippur.
Kolitz will speak at Shaarey
Shomayim on Kol Nidre and at Beth
Aaron on Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Segal will make the appeal
at Adas Shalom.
Speakers on the first day of Rosh
Hashanah will include Philip Stoll-
man, at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods; Hy Crystal, at Beth Joseph,
and Louis E. Levitan, at Young
Israel of Greenfield.
On the second day of Rosh
Hashanah, Dr. Jacob E. Goldman
will speak at Mishkan Israel; Rabbi
Jack Goldman will speak at Ezras
Achim-Turover Tempi e; Harry
Weinsaft, at Bnai Jacob and Louis
Levine, at Cong. Beth Yehudah.

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