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September 24, 1965 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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ZOD _Balfour Concert Activities Set Into Motion

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 24, 1965-27

lry and Sol Cohen
and the gang at the
PRINCETON SHOP

wish you and yours a
year filled with Health
and Happiness

Activities were set into motion at the tradi-
tional breakfast for workers at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center, Sunday. Dr. Alex S. Friedlaender,
chairman of this year's Balfour Concert commit-
tee, outlined the plans and told about the year's
program which will feature Nathan Milstein, world
famous violinist, with the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, under the direction of Paul Paray.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, sponsor of the annual con-
cert, presided, and Philip Slomovitz was guest
speaker. Active workers who set the event into
at the breakfast, included (from left) seated:
Mrs. Alex S. Friedlaender, Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman,

Dr. Friedlaender, Carmi Slomovitz, Philip Slomo-
vitz, Judge Ira G. Kaufman, Mrs. Sanford A. Ben-
nett, Mrs. I. Walter Silver; middle row: Mrs. Sam
Seilkowitz, Mrs. Samuel Gold, Mrs. Richard B.
Kramer, Mrs. Charles Gitlin, Dr. Gitlin, Harry
Davidoff, Miss Rose Lewis, Dr. Sanford Bennett,
Mrs. Harry Davidoff, Dr. I. Walter Silver; third
row: M. Ben Lewis, Mrs. Lewis, Richard Kramer,
Joseph Kirschmann, Louis Panush, Sam Seliko-
witz, Sherman Shapiro, Mrs. Shapiro; top row:
Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, Reuben Young, Herzl B.
Shur, Lawrence Crohn, Morris M. Jacobs, David
M. Zellman and Dr. Bernard Weston.

PRINCETON SHOP

SEVEN MILE AT EVERGREEN

Charge Accounts
Invited

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NEW YEAR'S GREETING
FROM THE GANG AT

Robert St. John Introduces His New Book
Here; to Speak Thursday Evening at Rackham

Robert St. John's new book,
"Roll, Jordan, Roll," will be in-
troduced by his publishers, Double-
day & Co., for the first time to
a Detroit audience 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, at the Rackham Auditorium.
St. John will address the public
meeting, co-sponsored by the J. L.
Hudson Co. Book Department,
Zionist Organization and Wayne
State University.
That afternoon, St. John also
will address a meeting of Bran-
deis Women at Marygrove Col-
lege.
His book is scheduled for pub-
lication on Nov. 10, but Double-
day is rushing the first edition
in time for the Detroit meeting on
Thursday.
St. John was a city eduitor for
the Associated Press from 1931
to 1933, served as NBC corre-
spondent in London and Wash-
ington, in 1942 and 1943, and
has lectured extensively after his
numerous worldwide tours. He
was managing editor of the Rut-
land (Vt.) News, from 1927 to
1929.

IRV

MANNY

"Shalom Means Peace" and
The evening lecture will be open
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works, among them "The Man graphed by St. John.
Who Played God" and "From the
Land of the Silent People."
The evening lecture will be pre-
ceded by a- dinner hosted by Dr.
John M. Dorsey, the WSU Uni-
versity Professor, and Mrs. Dor-
sey.
It was through the efforts of
Mettie Baron Golub of the J. L.
Hudson Co. book department that
Robert St. John was secured as
speaker at the Sept. 30 meetings,
Plans for the evening event are
being made by Dr. Dorsey, Carmi
M. Slomovitz, ZOD president, and
Mettie Baron Golub of the J. L.
bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style!
Hudson Co. book department.
A question and answer period
is especially anticipated for an
evaluation of "Roll, Jordan,
Roll," and St. John's impressions
of Israel.

NEW
DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!

Arabs Delay Anti--Israel Action

LONDON (JTA) — The summit
meeting of 12 heads of state be-
longing to the Arab League, which
concluded its sessions at Casa-
blanca Saturday, ended with ap-
parent decisions to delay the "holy
war" against Israel by at least
four years and to go slowly on
the projects to divert head waters
of the Jordan River so as to rob
Israel of the Jordan waters, ac-
cording to press dispatches re-
ceived here.
Reliable Arab sources told the
British press at Casablanca that
Gen. Aly Ammer, commander-in-
chief of the Arab United Command
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Israel and protection of the Arab
water diversion projects, reported
at a secret meeting of the summit
participants that his forces would
need men and equipment costing
up to $400,000,000 at a minimum,
and requiring at least four years
for a build-up of ground and air
elements sufficient to match Israel's
strength.
One Syrian source told the press
that the Arabs fear to undertake
ware against Israel at this time
because both the Soviet Union and
the United States might intervene
"in order to head off World War
III."
Meanwhile, however, the confer-
ence adopted strong resolutions
which continued to condemn Israel
and reiterated Arab threats to
continue water diversion projects
under the protection of Arab air
cover .
(In Jerusalem, the regular, week-
ly Israeli Cabinet meeting gave
special attention to reports from
the Casablanca summit meeting.
Particular note was taken of the
fact that, on the Casablanca agenda,
was an item calling for the sta-
tioning of non-Jordanian, Arab
forces in Jordan to protect the
latter country's water diversion
projects from possible attack by
Israel. The government's discussion
of the entire subject, it was said,
would continue as further, more
detailed reports about the Casa-
blanca meeting are received here.)

Jackie Fields, former welter-
weight champion, will lead the
United States Maccabian Games
boxing contingent. Fields won a
gold medal at the 1924 Olympic
Games.

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