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January 14, 1966 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-14

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MEN'S CLUBS

CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSO-
DIM MEN'S CLUB will present a
lecture on "The Vatican Council
Statement on the Jews - Promise
for the Future" 8:30 p.m. Thursday
in the social hall. Guest speaker
will be Harold Schachern, reli-
gious editor of the Detroit News.
Following will be a social hour.
No admission charge; public is
invited.
* * *
CONG. A H A V AS ACHIM
MEN'S CLUB, in conjunction with
the Young Married Couples, will
hold a "Night in Israel" dance 8:30
p.m. Saturday in the social hall.
Israeli dancers will entertain, and
refreshments will be serve d.
Friends are invited.
* * *
CONG. BETH MOSES MEN'S
CLUB will present Judge James
H. Brickley, president pro-tem of
the Detroit Common Council, as
guest speaker 9:30 a.m. Sunday at
the synagogue.

*

* *

4 Detroiters Elected
by National Law Frat .

Four Detroiters were elected to
national office at the recent con-
vention of Tau Epsilon Rho Law
Fraternity in Chicago. They are
Jack Schon, supreme vice chancel-
lor; Harry Klein, master of the
rolls; Benjamin J. Safir, supreme
editor: and David A. Goldman, su-
preme associate editor.
The fraternity presented its an-

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Pincus Sees 1966 as Crisis Period
in Israel's Absorption of Immigrants

nual award in memory of Supreme
Court Justice Benjamin N. Cardo-
zo to the Most Rev. John P. Cody,
archbishop of Chicago.

14 Adult Men Undergo
Bar Mitzvah Training

FORT LEE, N.J. (JTA)—Four-
teen men, many of them fathers
of sons who had celebrated their
Bar Mitzvah, are being prepared
here for their own "Bar Mitzvah"
by taking special instruction at the
Jewish Center and at the nearby
Fair Lawn Jewish Center, it was
reported this week.
The men are being taught ele-
mentary Hebrew, Jewish history,
tradition and customs. At both
centers, special adult "Bar Mitz-
MISS SANDRA SLOTKIN
vah" services will be conducted
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Slotkin of
for the graduates of the courses
Beverly Hills, Calif., announce the
next spring.
engagement of their daughter
Sandra Diane to Marc Fidler, son
Israel Consul General of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fidler,
Greets Earl Wolfman former Detroiters of Encino, Calif.
Miss Slotkin has attended Ari-
zona State University, and her
fiance is a student at the school
of architecture at California State
Polytechnic College, San Luis
Obisbo.
A June 25 wedding is planned.

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Terming
1966 the beginning of a period of
crisis for absorption of immigrants
to Israel, Louis Pincus, chairman
of the Jewish Agency executive,
outlined the difficulties which the
Agency anticipates during the com-
ing year in such absorption.
Speaking at a dinner for United
Israel Appeal leaders holding a
world council here, Pincus warned
that, if no more funds were re-
ceived from the United Jewish Ap-
peal and the United Israel appeal
than were available in 1965, there
could be a shortage of $23,000,000.
He stressed that the Agency's in-
come had been decreased by $10,-
000,000 because of the ending of
West German reparations pay-
ments.
In addition, he said, the Joint
Distribution Committee had cur-
tailed its support of Malben, the
program for aiding aged and in-
firm newcomers. Reporting that
the Agency was seeking to make
up the difference, he stressed

that this was costing the Agency
an additional $2,000,000. More-
over, he pointed out, Israel's
"creeping inflation" meant that
the Agency was getting much
less goods for the same money.
He estimated immigration this
year at 11,000 families, and said
that 90 per cent of the newcomers
were arriving completely destitute.
Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman of

the United Israel Appeal, told the
guests that some of the criticisms
voiced at the UIA council meeting

against some Zionist leaders was
that they do not set a personal

example in contributions.

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Campus Problem?
Not With Jewish
News Around

Earl Wolf man• (left) is
congratulated by Jacob Bar-
more, Consul General of Israel,
at the installation banquet of
the United Distributive Workers,
Council 30, AFL-CIO. Wolfman
was installed as business mana-
ger. The union here has bought
over $75,000 in Israel Bonds and
is one of the largest Israel
Bondholders among unions in
this area. Barmore thanked the
union for its friendship and sup-
port.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14-Friday, January 14, 1966.

Parents concerned with a lack
of Jewish life on campus may be
reassured by one student's report:
The Jewish News brings Jews
together.
Arnold Cohen, Working on his
masters degree at the University
of Illinois, Urbana, told his par-
ents, the Samuel Cohens of Strath-
moor Ave., that his weekly copy
of the Jewish News didn't come
as usual one week, and he "was
a bit perturbed about it."
Several days later, he said, he
received a phone call from a young
coed at the university, explaining
that she too was receiving the
Jewish News and by some mis-
take had received a copy with
his name and address on it.
"Arnold was glad to hear that his
copy had arrived."
Cohen added, perhaps unneces-
sarily, that Arnold was "very
happy to learn that there was a
Jewish young lady from Detroit
(whom he subsequently met) now
living in Urbana."
The Cohens plan to renew their
son's subscription.

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Histadrut Elects Council;
Labor Ready to Accept
Wage Restraints if .. .

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Hista-
drut convention closed here with
election of a 350-member council,

which will elect a new Histadrut
executive. The new executive will
be made up of 127 members, in-

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Strike May Doom Plant
Vital to Israel Defense

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—The defense minis-
try is considering plans to close
down a large workshop described
as important to Israel's defense
forces, following the outbreak of a
go-slow strike by civilian workers,
it was reported here Wednesday.
The workshop has been plagued
by labor disputes during recent
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