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May 13, 1966 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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Landsmanshaften-LZ Bond Purchase Soviet Embassy
Grant Elected Southfield Education
Totals Reach $278,400; Norman Cottler Rejects Petition
Board Treasurer; E raters Judge Race
M. Grant has been elect-
Prior to entering the Probate
on Jews in USSR ed Barry
Honored by Comay, Local Leaders
treasurer of the Southfield race, Grant was assistant pro-

A capacity audience at the La- he expressed gratitude for the corn-
bor Zionist Institute honored Nor- munity honors.
man Cottler on his 70th birthday
Comay, in an address in which
and acclaimed the announcement he reviewed Israel's role among
at the conclusion of the affair that the nations, declared that "a sense
the climaxing function marked the of history impels us to work to-
subscription by the combined Land- gether so that there never again
smanshaften and labor Zionist will be a homeless Jew." He said:
groups of a total of $278,400 for the "We will lick our problems—not
purchase of Israel Bonds. The bulk without you—not on a basis of
of this sum was in honor of Cottler rahmanus—in a partnership bet-
whose many friends and business ween you and us in Israel."
associates joined in giving him the
tributes On his natal day.
Israel Ambassador to the United Silverman Post Names
Nations Michael Comay, the guest
speaker, headed the list of spokes- HOod 'Man of Year
men in Cottler's honor. Others who
Nicholas Hood, has been se-
joined in lauding his life's work lected as the recipient of the
and his dedication to Israel, which Sgt. Morton A. Silverman Post,
began when he served as a mem- Jewish War Veterans, "Man of
ber of the Jewish Legion in Pales- the Year Award."
tine during World War I, included
The presenta-
Emma Schaver, Louis Levitan, Mor-
tion of the award
ris Lieberman, Harry Schumer and
will take place
Rabbis Hayim Donin and Jacob
3:30 p.m. Sunday
Segal. The latter presented Cottler
at the Work-
with a plaque in behalf of Israel
men's Circle
Center. Friends
A list of hundreds of Israel Bond
of the post and
purchasers and the amounts of
auxiliary are in-
their purchases was read by Levi-
Cane stated
Cottler responded to the many
that Hood was
encomia with an address in which
Rev. Hood
chosen for his
"many positive contributions in
the field of civil rights and many
years of dedicated service to the
people of our community."


Reader Criticizes
`Anti-Gentile' Attitude

Editor, The Jewish News:
Anti-Semitism works both ways.
How many gentile friends and
neighbors do you socialize and
visit with? We yell against discri-
mination, but aren't we also re-
sponsible? We are anti-gentile in
our ways, too. We tend as a group
to all congregate in our own
cliques, our own areas, our own
ways. Why?
How can all men meet if we don't
get to know one another as human
beings. Hate and dislike create
hate and dislike.

* * *

Regarding Passover Milk
Editor, The Jewish News:

I would like to comment on the
letter and the editor's nate that
appeared in The Jewish News of
April 22.
I have been a milkman for about
35 years, and, for the past 19
years, have acted as liaison for
Twin Pines Farm Dairy with the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis, so
I know whereof I speak.
Preparing milk for Passover is
a complex and costly task. Under
the strict rules of the Council of
Or t h o do x Rabbis, supervisors
(Mashgichim) must be present at
each stage of the preparations,
even including milking time at the
farms. Milk must be brought in
from the farm to make Kosher
culture for sour cream and cot-
tage cheese and additional milk
for the actual production of sour
cream, cottage cheese, coffee
cream and milk.
Preparation of Kosher products
is not permitted on the Sabbath or
on holidays, so all this must be
done on weekdays, under the per-
sonal supervision of Mashgichim.
I would like to go on record as
stating that, in all the years that
I have been closely associated with
preparation of Passover milk at
Twin Pines, rarely if ever have
we received any complaints like
that mentioned in the letter you
20260 Greenview Road
* *
Editors Note: Based on numer-
ous reports received by The Jew-
ish News, Mr. Ross' letter fails to
justify the failure to provide the
Jewish community with Passover
milk under modern conditions.


8—Friday, May 13, 1966

Argentinian Seeks
Detroit Relative

Mrs. Teibele Levin of Buenos
Aires, Argentina, is seeking,
through YIVO, her Detroit rela-
The address she had to her rela-
tive until she stopped hearing
from her was Gitla Barschap
Zemel, 3812 Clements, Detroit 6.
Mrs. Levin visited YIVO in New
York with her husband, Dr. Bole-
slav Levin. She is the daughter of
Gitel Gildin.
Those knowing the whereabouts
of Gitla Barschap Zemel are asked
to write either to The Jewish News
or to Mrs. Boleslav Levin, c/o
Hana Frischdorf, YIVO Institute,
1048 Fifth Ave., New York 10028.

Secretary Anatole Myskov, of the
Soviet Embassy, rejected a peti-
tion asking that the USSR extend
"the full measure of equality" to
Jews. He told a delegation from
Lancaster, Pa., that the charges
were false and that such allegations
were anti-Soviet propaganda. He
said the petitioners were not aware
of the true situation.
The group was made up of stu-
dents from Franklin and Marshall
College and others. They picketed
near the Embassy with signs stat-
ing "reunite victims of Nazi holo-
caust" and bearing other slogans
on behalf of Soviet Jewry.

HST Planning Visit
to Israel This July

NEW YORK—Former President
Harry S. Truman is planning a trip
to Israel the first week in July
to dedicate the Truman Peace Cen-
ter, columnist Drew Pearson re-
ported Sunday.
The center, donated by Ameri-
can Jewry as a tribute to Mr. Tru-
man's quick action in recognizing
Israel in 1948, will give an annual
award to the man who has done
most to promote peace. Mr. Tru-
man will announce the first win-
ner, perhaps from Jerusalem. He
will be accompanied by Chief
Justice Earl Warren, who will re-
ceive an honorary degree from
Hebrew University.

Mumford Reunion
to Draw 10-Year Grads

A prize will be awarded to the
Mumford graduate traveling the
longest distance to reach the 10-
Year reunion of the Class of 1956,
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Whittier Hotel.
Over 500 are expected at the
event, proceeds of which will go to -
Mumford High School for a college
scholarship to a deserving senior.
A booklet has been compiled
from questionnaires sent out to the
entire class, in which their present
status and achievements have been
recorded. These will be distributed
the evening of the reunion. Faculty
members will be in attendance.
Tickets will be on sale at the
The law of Iceland requires that door. For information, call Diane
all children be taught to swim.
Davis, 398-8499.

Board of Education. He is present-
ly a candidate for • •
Probate Judge of
Oakland County.
Grant is a mem.
ber of Perfection
Lodge, a member
of the first gradu-
ating class at
Mumford High
School, obtained a
Bachelor's Degree
at Michigan State University, a law
degree at Wayne State University,
and did post-graduate work at
Northwestern University in crimi-
nal jurisprudence.
His wife, Lisa, was vice presi-
dent of Albert Tucker Chapter of
Bnai Brith, and is a member of
the Southfield chapter of Hadassah.

Kollek, Mayor
of Jerusalem Due
at Bond Banquet

Teddy Kollek, Mayor of Jerusa-
lem, will address the Israel Bond
dinner June 11 at the Shaary Ze-
dek, it was announced by David
Safran, general chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Committee.
Mayor Kollek was elected to a
four-year term in 1965. He served
as director-general of the Prime
MiniSter's Office from 1952 to
1964, during the administrations of
David Ben-Gurion, the late - Moshe
Sharett and the present Prime
Minister, Levi Eshkol. He was
named chairman of the board of
the Israel Museum in Jerusalem
in 1964.
For reservations to the affair,
call the Israel Bond Office, DI 1-

secuting attorney for Oakland
County. He has served on the
parent-youth guidance committee,
as probate court referee, probate
court clerk, and is presently a
member of the Governor's Traffic
Safety Commission.
At the last meeting of the
Southfield Board of Education,
Grant proposed the building of
a Morris Adler Elementary
The Adler school, approved by
the board, will be built in the
community's Section 23, near the
Civic Center, between Evergreen
and Southfield.

30-Year Sentence
Given Jordanian

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Mahmoud
Hijzai, a Jordanian captured on a
raid into Israel in 1965, was sen-
tenced to 30 years imprisonment by
a military court which heard his
appeal from a death sentence im-
posed on him previously.
In imposing the sentence, the
military court said that those who
penetrate Israel should know they
face severe punishment, and that
Israel's borders were not open for
penetration. The sentence on Hij-
azi, an admitted member of an El
Fatah commando unit, was imposed
for sabotage, shooting at Israel
troops and carrying unlicensed
weapons during his incursion.

For Some
of the
best buys
on new

Head of West Berlin
Community Decorated

BERLIN (JTA)—Dr. Heinz Ga-
linski, chairman of the West Ber-
lin Jewish community, who has
completed 15 years in that post,
was honored here Monday with
the award of West Berlin's Great
Feder al Distinguished Service
Cross. The medal was bestowed
on Dr. Galinski by Prof. Werner
Stein, Senator for Art and Science.
The West Berlin Jewish commun-
ity now includes 6,000 members.




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SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 1966

6:00 P.M.

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National President
Young Israel Council

"Young Israel calls upon its
patrons and friends to insure
the success of the Kfar Roten-
berg Inaugural Dinner. Our
movement will join in the de-
velopment of the housing facili-
ties of the village to encourage
the migration of young families
who desire to settle in Israel."




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