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July 08, 1966 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-08

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20—Friday, July 8, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

100 Heart Patients Vie
in Sports Tournament

Arab Students Protest
Israel-German Ties

People Make News

NATANYA (JTA) — One hun-
BONN (JTA) — Israel Week, a
dred men and women have partici- series of events organized by the
pated in the second annual sports German-Israel Study Group of the
tournament of the Association of Universities of Erlangen and Nu-
Michael S. Newman of Oak Park Rehabilitated Heart Victims at the remberg, was opened with the par-
has been appointed metropolitan Wingate Institute for Physical ticipation of Israel's minister to
Education here.
insurance c o n - MrWiT?:M:'
Bonn, Leo Savir, who addressed
sultant manager
The athletes, ranging in age the gathering on Israel's foreign
i n Metropolitan
from 36 to 70, competed in sprints, policy.
Life Insurance
a walk-and-running event, the shot-
Arab students appeared in the
Co.'s Wolverine
put and the running broadjump, two universities to demonstrate
office, 20851 W.
according to the Medical Tribune. against Israel. They carried various
Seven Mile Rd.,
The program is directed by Dr. anti-Israel placards including some
it has . been an-
Viktor Gottheimer, director of the bearing the slogan: "Why did you
nounced by Man-
Rehabilitation Center.
recognize Israel?"
ager Alois S.
It is in keeping with his belief
Vincler. Newman
that the best way to prevent heart
For the HY Spot
is a member of
disease is to participate in strenu-
Of Your Affair
t Ire Perfection
ous physical exercise continuously
Lodge, F & A/M.
from youth.
Music by
He is married to
He even accepts patients with
the former Cyn-•
angina pectoris, declaring that
thia A. Corman,
most of his patients suffer from
Newman
And His Orchestra
*
this agonizing heart ailment. All
(Hy Utchenik)
Archbishop EGIDIO VAGNOZZI, patients are then trained until they
342-9424
apostolic delegate to the United are able to exercise regularly.
• Distinctive Ceremonies
States, was a principal participant
a Specialty!
The price of wisdom is above
in a communitywide dinner in be-
half of Israel Bonds here. Arch- rubles.—Job xxviii. 18.
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bishop Vagnozzi heads the Vati-
can delegation in Washington.
Archbishop Vagnozzi recalled the
suffering of the Jews of Europe
"Buy With Confidence"
before and during World War II,
terming the events of that period
"a shame on all humanity." He
told the gathering "You are gath-
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humanity again." He stressed that
close and friendly relations must
OPEN THURS., FRI. 'Tit 9 P.M.
exist between Christians and Jews.

Judge Emil N. Baar, forme r H. DARIN-DRABKIN of the He-
New York State Supreme Cour t brew University has been elected
Justice, has been elected presiden t director for the next four years of
of the Jewish Braille Institute o f the International Research Center
America, for a
for Rural Cooperative Communi-
term of two
ties. His election means that the
years, succeeding
center secretariat will be in Jeru-
Mrs. Harry J.
salem for that period. The center,
Finke of Great
which was started in 1956, will
Neck, N.Y., Judge
work with the Food and Agricul-
Baar, a leader in
tural Organization, a specialized
numerous civic,
agency of the United Nations. The
religious, and
Center includes some of the world's
philanthropic or-
top experts in rural cooperation.
organiza-
It will make studies in Tanzania,
tions, is honorary
Malaysia, India, Israel, the Soviet
lifetime chairman
Union, Poland and a Latin Ameri-
can country.
of the board, Un-
*
*
ion of American
Hebrew Congre-
Dr. BERNARD WEINSTOCK,
gation s, and
4987 Malibu, Bloomfield Hills, re-
chairman of the
ceived an alumni honor award in
American board,
commencement exercises at Brook-
lyn College, New York. Dr. Wein-
World Union for Judge Baar
Progressive Judaism. The Jewish stock, a senior staff scientist for
Braille Institute, 28 E. 74th St., Ford Motor Co.'s scientific labora-
New York, of which Dr. Jacob tory, was presented the award in
Freid is executive director, pro- recognition of his contributions in
vides for the cultural and religious the fields of physics and inorganic
needs of the Jewish blind and chemistry. He has also done work
serves thousands of sightless per- for the U.S. government projects
sons throughout the world without in atomic energy. Dr. Weinstock
charge. Its program is endorsed was the U.S. delegate in 1958 to
by the National Federation of the Second International Confer-
Temple Sisterhoods, which found- ence on Peaceful Uses of Atomic
ed the Institute and is its patron, Energy in Geneva.
* * *
as well as by the National Worn-
Herman A. Lebovitz, a former
en's League of the United Syna-
gogue of America and the Worn- president of the Chattanooga,
*
*
en's Branch of the Union of Ortho- Tenn., Jewish Community Center
DAVID
L.
FROH has been
who
went
back
to
school
in
his
dox Jewish Congregations of
mid-30s to become a trained social named public relations director of
America.
*
*
worker, is returning to the South the Michigan United Fund, W.
Earl Prosser, executive vice presi-
,
LEE HILLS was elected presi- to counsel other mr oau
dent and director, announced.
Center
presi
dent of the Detroit Arts Commis-
* * *
sion. the seven-member body that dents, board
LEO J. MARKS' has joined Sea-
members
and
oversees operation and mainten-
gram Distillers Co. as national
ance of the Detroit Institute of professional Cen-
brand manager for Seagram's V.O.
Arts. He succeeds Lawrence k. ter workers in
and Seagram's Extra Dry Gin. The
Fleischman who served four years his new role as
appointment was announced by
regional
consult-
as commission president. Hills is
the company's president, Bernard
executive editor and published of ant of the Na-
Tabbat.
the Detroit Free Press. His ap- tional Jewish
Welfare
Board's
pointment to the Arts Commission
Southfield National Bank
by Mayor Jerome Cavanagh was Southern Region.
announced on June 10 for a term Mitchell Bush,
Adopts New Interest Rate
president of
expiring Feb. 28, 1970.
National Bank of Southfield,
JWB's Southern
* * *
Southfield's first independent and
Region,
and
a
Rabbi MILTON ROSENBAUM
locally owned banking institution,
of Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park, former president
has announced a new, higher rate
on time savings deposits.
will represent the Jewish Chau- of the Chattanoo-
tauqua Society as teacher-counselor ga Jewish Com- Lebovitz
Effective immediately, the bank
munity
Center,
and
Sanford
Solen-
will pay 5.5 per cent interest on
at Camp Mar-Wood Dunes, Bridge-
der,
JWB
executive
vice-president,
man, Mich., July 31-Aug. 6.
certificiates of deposit, in amounts
announced Mr. Lebovitz's appoint- of $5,000 or more, on deposit for
* *
ment as associate to Nathan Lo-
At a meeting of the board of shak, administrative regional con- periods of six months to one year.
directors of Random House, Inc., sultant of the Southern Region in Funds may be withdrawn on 30-
days written notice and will earn
held June 28, JAMES H. SILBER- Atlanta.
4 per cent interest from day of de-
MAN was elected a vice president
* * *
posit to day of withdrawal.
of the publishing company. He will
DR. ROBERT LUBY, divisional
The bank will continue to pay
also continue as executive editor, director of the health and psysical
a post he has held at Random education department of the De- 5 per cent interest on time savings
House for the past year. Before troit Public S c h o o l s, has been amounts of $500 to $4,999. which
joining Random House as a senior named the new president of the has been its practice for the past
editor in 1963, Silberman was as- Wayne County TB and Health So- I several months.
The new, increased rate was
sociated With Dial Press for 10 ciety. Dr. Luby is also chairman of
years, and became vice president the Wayne County C o u n c i l on prompted by a continuing strong
demand for local loans, to finance
and editor-in-chief of that company. Smoking and Health.
the needs of many new and exist-
ing businesses, which are custom-
ers of the bank.

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U.S., Israel Leaders
Set Dialogue July 27

REHOVOT — _ Leaders of aca-
demic, intellectual and Jewish
communal life in the United States
and Israel. will hold the fifth an-
nual "American-Israel Dialogue"
sponsored by the American Jewish
Congress July 27-29 at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science.
The subject of this year's discus-
sion will be "The Nature of Jewish
Distinctiveness in Israel and in the
United States."
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld of
Cleveland, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will lead a
group of 10 Americans flying to
Israel to participate in the three-
day meeting.

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