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June 10, 1966 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-10

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Beaubien Action Committee Formed
`to Translate Vital Integration Needs'
of New School: Open House Slated

cipal of the new school, will meet
with all groups on the three listed
occasions. At the open house on
June 18, Monroe and his profes-
sional staff will provide informa-
tion parents may desire about the
proposed curriculum and plans for
the school's activities. A - plan of
the building and a brochure with
the curriculum will be made avail-
able at that time. Refreshments
will be served.
Officers of the Beaubien Action
A Beaubien Action Committee Committee stated that its purpose
formed under the co-chairman- is "to translate the vital concerns
ship of Mrs. Val Dietch and of the entire community into effec-
Amos Wilder also has arranged ive united community action, as it
for open house from 2 to 6 p.m. relates to quality education at
Beaubien Junior High and its
June 18 at the school.
On Tuesday evening, new pupils feeder schools. BAC has stressed
who will be enrolled in September the need of a good staff in the
also will be introduced to the new school."
school, the new principal and mem-
Farbstein Urges
bers of the staff.
George Monroe, former prin-
Arab
Relief Change
cipal of Hampton Elementary
School, who has been named prin- to End inequites

A movement to assure the suc-
cess of the integrated school plan
in the new Beaubien Junior High
School, which will open in Septem-
ber, has been inaugurated by the
Beaubien Action Committee.
To introduce the students to the
newly-developed program in the
new school, there will be open
house, 1 p.m. Thursday at the
the school which is bounded by
Wyoming, St. Martins, Pinehurst
and Pembroke.

Stamp Marks New
Knesset Building

The forthcoming inauguration,
on Aug. 30 of the new building to
house the Knesset, Israel's legis-
lature, is to be marked by the
general issue of a special stamp,
showing a general veiw of the
building. It was designed by Roli,
Rothschild and Lipman, Tel
Aviv.

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rep.
Leonard Farbstein, New York
Democrat, introduced a resolution
proposing reorganization of the
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency to speed absorption and
employment of the Palestine Arab
refugees and purge relief roles of
ineligibles.
Under the Farbstein plan, as out-
lined in a House speech Tuesday,
UNRWA would cease administer-
ing the program.
The responsibility and funds to
discharge it would go directly to
the Arab governments after a
census determined the number
legally eligible for rations. United
States funds would be contributed
only if Arab governments used
finances effectively to put the refu-
gees to work.
Rep. Farbstein said that de- .

New Catalogue Views Project at Mumford

"Students of different races, re-
li -jons, backgrounds, and goals,
working, studying, and learning to-
gether" — this is Mumford High
School as described in a student
introduction to the new, fully il-
lustrated handbook being dis-
tributed to nearly 7,000 homes in
the Northwest Detroit area.

Name Deutsch, Field
on Federation Board

Mrs. I. Goodman Cohen and Mrs.
Irving Goodman, members of MAP,
the Mumford Action Program,
worked with Mumford students
and Detroit Public School person-
nel in compiling the unique cata-
logue.
Funds for printing the 50-page
booklet were supplied by state
financed Project I—which project
seeks to maintain integrated neigh-
borhoods by assuring residents of
local schools' educational excel-
lence. The catalogue describes in
detail the diversified academic
program being offered at Mum-
ford.
The booklet contains course de-
scriptions, graduation r e q u i r e-
ments, general information regard-
ing scholarships, awards, extra
curricular activities, testing, coun-
seling, and -marking.
Throughout the catalogue, pages
are made more interesting with
examples of Mumford students'
art work. The following students
contributed drawings: Daniel Cic-
chelli, Rita Dryman, Judith Gold-

Alfred L. Deutsch and Walter
L. Field were elected to the board
of governors of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation. They will serve
as members-at-large and will fill
unexpired terms.
Deutsch is president of Ameri-
can Savings and Loan Association
and chairman of the board of Citi-
zens Mortgage Corp. He was pre-
campaign chairman of the 1966
Allied Jewish Campaign. He is on
the board of overseers for the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, past president of Cong.
Bnai Moshe, and a director of
Tuberculosis and Health Society.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
8—Friday, June 10, 1966
:***********************..

smith, Cynthia Leven, Janice Le-
vine, and Shirley Monger. De-
scriptions of Mumford's offerings
were written by students Cynthia
Goldstein, Ellen Gross, Beverly
Harris, Jeffrey London, Marcia
Stamen and Steven Wildstrom.
The Mumford catalogue is being
distributed directly by mail to all
the parents of students in the
7-12B classes in all Mumford con-
stellation schools.

THE BEST IN
SALES AND SERVICE

HANK NEWMAN
President

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spite total expenditures exceed-
ing $500,000,000, - of which sum
$350,000,000 came from the Unit-
ed States, UNRWA rolls increase _
because of failure to eliminate
those who have died and others
no longer eligible because they
are gainfully employed.

PAY
TRIBUTE
TO

.4.

FATHER

On Father's Day
Sunday, June 19, by

PLANTING
TREES IN
ISRAEL

IN HIS NAME

A Growing Tree is a Living
Tribute to Your Father.
Let Trees in Israel Honor,
or Memorialize Him.

.

PHONE
The Jewish
National Fund

U N 4-2767

FOR A TREE CERTIFICATE
FOR YOUR FATHER

ISRAEL
NEEDS
TREES

.

A TREE IS A
SYMBOL OF LIFE

Why not stop and pick up a
certificate on Sunday, June
19? The office will be
open from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.

NATIONAL-
FUND

1841.4 WYOMING AVENUE

ALL • CONTRIBUTIONS TO .1NF.
ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE

He pointed out that UNRWA
to
continues to provide rations to
refugees who are undergoing mili-
tary training in a Palestine Libera-
tion Army.
While refugees are being absorb-
ed . gradually into the economies of
the host countries, the number on
the UNRWA roles nevertheless
continues to grow, he said. "It is
wrong to continue the present sys-
tem . because it perpetuates and
freezes the status quo," Rep. Farb-
stein told the House.
"It serves the political objectives
of the . Arab states and preserves
the Arab refugees as a separate
and distinct grouping in prepara-
tion for a new war against Israel.
Under the status quo, the Arab
governments are allowed to evade
their own obligations to the refu-
gees and to use them as pawns in
a political and propaganda cam-
paign."

Progressive Movement
in Israel to Fight for
Law Giving It Status

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—The Pro-
gressive synagogue movement has
decided to press for legislation to
give the movement and its rabbis
official status in Israel's religious
establishment, which is now under
Orthodox control.
The movement, which claims
1,000 dues-paying members in sev-
en congregations, as well as others
who attend services without as-
suming membership, reportedly
seeks official recognition of the
type extended to the Neturei Kar-
ta, the ultra-Orthodox sect in Jer-
usalem.
Specifically, the movement is
asking equal treatment, relative to
its size, in allocation of funds and
other forms of aid given by the
religious affairs ministry and local
religious councils to Orthodox

groups.

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