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September 16, 1966 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-16

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AiCommittee Assails Bias by Banks

Birmingham

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By ELLEN
ERMAN

Morris B. Abram, president of the American Jewish Committee

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points out highlights of study that shows a pattern of exclusion . of
Jews from executive positions in the nation's 50 largest commercial
.banks. The AJC survey revealed that 45 of the banks had no Jews
at all among their senior officers.

For months we fried
to find the ideal way
to say "good luck" to
students. Now, here's
our salute to you:

Ellen Erman, new Birming-
ham Beat columnist for The
Jewish News, has served on the
Groves Student Council as an
elected senator and board mem-
ber.
In addition, she's been a
member of the American Field
Service, Youth Hostels, Spanish
and drama clubs, has worked on
the school newspaper and is cur.
rently a page editor.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Erman of Knollwood Cir-
cle W., Ellen is corresponding
secretary of Aliyah Bnai Brith
Girls. She worked as a dental
assistant this summer and plans
to go into dental hygiene in
college.

Friday's football game is one
of the most anticipated all year.
I Not only is it "Dad's Night," but
it's the first time the Groves-
Seaholm game is being played at '
Groves.

Birmingham's Aliyah Bnai Brith
Girls started its year with a birth-
day party given by the executive
board in .honor of Aliyah's second
year.

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As the dawn of Sept. 7 rose,
so did 1,477 students who entered
Oak Park High School for the
new 1966-67 term
Wednesday morning saw Dr.
Lloyd E. Peterman keynote an
assembly which outlined the "new
and old" administrative rules at
Oak Park High. The most basic
administrative change was the for-
mation of a new post of assistant
principal. Robert Schramke will be
in charge of attendance, discipline,
building management, and the
parking lot. This year only juniors
and seniors will be allowed to
drive to school, and all cars must
be registered with the school and
have a permit and sticker for the
car. There will be a charge for
the sticker.

Ray Renbarger, last year's as-
sistant principal, will return in a
new role. He will take charge of
counseling, student activities,
scheduling and business manage-
ment.
Steve Rubin, editor of Revoir,
will have a general call for all
people interested on working on
the staff of this year's yearbook.
For students who are interested
and have a seventh-hour dismissal,
there will be a workshop for the
Revoir in room A-125.

Friday, September 16, 1966-27

Israeli Pilot Hero Says 'Syrians Fear Us'

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The after-
noon paper Ma'ariv carries an ex-
clusive interview with the Israeli
pilot who downed the Syrian IvIIG
over Lake Kinneret during the re-
cent Israel-Syrian clash.
The Israeli was asked to rate
the fighting capacity of the enemy.
His reply was: "The Syrians fear
us: In each of our encounters with
the enemy we have emerged

Even with the delegation of the
9th Grade, Groves still has over
125 new students, as well as 13
new teachers entering this fall.
Over the summer, students par-
ticipated in two main trips, one
to Europe and one to Spain. Suzi
Weiss, managing editor of the
school newspaper, was among the
20 students to tour Spain for six
weeks.
As . a "foreign exchange," the
first few weeks' activities included
-an American Field Service assem-

bly to honor the three AFS stu-
dents from Italy, Thailand and
Brazil.

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tors. You might say they develop-
ed an almost reflex fear of us —
they never remain to fight it out.
This time too, the Syrian pilot at-
tempted to escape with the MIG
but we wouldn't let go until I shot
down his plane."

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the handle which fits them all.
—Holmes.

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PARTICIPATING CONGREGATION S

SYNAGOGUE

PRESIDENT

RABBI

Adas Shalom

Jacob E. Segal

Ahavas Achim

Milton Arm

Beth Aaron

Benjamin H. Gorrelick

Beth Abraham

Israel I. Halpern

Beth Hale,

Joel Litke

Beth Joseph

Mane) Neiman

Beth Moses

A. Irving Schnipper

Beth Shalom

Mordecai Halpern

Beth Tefiloh
Emanuel Tikvah
Beth Yehudah
B'nai David

Leizer Levin
Joshua Spiro
Hayim Donin

B'nai Jacob

Isaac

B'nai Moshe

Moses Lehrman

B'nai Zion

Solomon H. Gruskin

Harry J. Goldberg

Dr. Manuel Feldman

Ezras Achim
(Turover Temple)

Samuel Loberman

Dr. Robert Schlaff

Benoit Gorge

Hyman H. Karp

Benjamin Kinzer

Frank Nelson

Morris Dorn

Meyer Levin
Jack .1. Kraizman

Charles Vikser

Melvin Weisz

Nathan Wolok

Isadore Sosnick

Mishkan Israel-
Nusach Rorie-
Lubavitcher Center

Jacob Kranz

Mogen Abraham—
Beth Jacob

Solomon P. Wohlgelernter

Shaarey Shomayim ..... __Leo Y. Goldman

Dov Parshan

Max Kaplan

Joseph Balberor

Shaarey Zedek

Irwin Groner

Louis Berry

Shomrey Emunah

Sholem Flom

Isadore Levin

Temple Israel

Leon From, Robert Syme

Harry L. Pliskow

Young Israel
Greenfield

Joshua Sperka

Young Israel
Northwest

Samuel H. Prero

Harry Blitz

Young Israel
Oak Woods

James I. Gordon

Sol Lessman

Sanford Eisenberg

GUEST SPEAKERS

ABBIE BEN Alti

YEHUDA HELLMAN

ELEAZAR LIPSKY

David I. Berris, David J. Cohen, Hy Crystal, Dr. Jacob Goldman, Rabbi

Benjamin Gorrelick, Lawrence Gubow, Judge Charles Kaufman, Judge
Ira G. Kaufman, Judge Nathan J. Kaufman, Emanuel Mark, Council-
man Mel J. Ravitz, Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Sidney Shevitz, Max Sosin,
Zvi Tomkiewicz, Melvin Weisz.

CONGREGATIONAL AND HIGH HOLY DAY COUNCIL

PH I LLIP STOLLMAN

NORMAN ALLAN
MORRIS J. BRANDWINE
JUDGE NATHAN J. KAUFMAN
MAX SOSIN

Chairman
Co-Chairman
Co-Chairman
Co-Chairman
Co-Chairman

In addition to Speakers, Presidents, and Rabbis of participating con-
gregations, the committee includes:

Cantor Shabtai Ackerman, Rev. Hyman J. Adler, Norman Bloke,
Hyman M. Beale, Harry Cohen, Norman Cattier, Hy Crystal, Jonas
Dwarin, Harry Eskin, Isaac M. Faxstein, Dr. Manuel Feldman, William
Genser, Nathaniel H. Goldstick, Joe Gorman, Sam Gottlieb, Menashe

Hoar, Irving A. Hershman, Morris Karbal, Joseph Katchke, Samuel

Katkin, Sam Kaufer, Otto Kaufman, Judge George D. Kent, Nathan
King, Jack Kraizman, Morris Ben Lewis, Jack Lieberman, William
Liberson, Hyman Lipsitz, Sam Maza, Max Nosanchuk, Samuel Novet-

sky, Sol Nusbaum, Max Ostrow, Som Platt, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Port-
noy, N. P. Rossen, Julius Rotenberg, Dr. Robert Schlaff, David
Schaichit, Jack Shenkman, Joseph Shifman, Ben W. Siegal, David
Silver, Harold Sable, Max Sosin, George Spoon, Isadore Starr, Max

Stollman, Herman Strassburger, Norman Sukenic, Meyer Terebelo,
Henry Thumin, Zvi Tomkiewicz, Melvin Weisz, Bernard Winer, Sam

Zack.

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