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September 16, 1966 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-16

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32—Friday, September 16, 1966

Montreal Raises $1,650,000
MONTREAL (JTA) — The
beginning of the 1966 Combined

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People
Make News

Herut Elects Meridor;
Tamir is Repudiated

Community Relations Council Formed in N.Y.

NEW YORK (JTA) — A coordi- ligious and civic agencies dealing
nating and consultative body, the with New York City and State

Jewish Community Relations issues, was formed here.
Council of New York, providing an
Harry K. Gutmann, New Ro-
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Yakov Meri-
Jewish Appeal for Allied Jewish
At a ceremony in the office of- _opportunity for voluntary coopera- chelle, is the newly elected presi-
dor
was
elected
here
to
another
Mayor Cavanagh, Cal. WILLIAM J. tive action among 10 Jewish re- dent of the Community Council.
Community Services and United
Israel Appeal was marked here at term as chairman of the executive WEINSTEIN of the U. S. Marine
Corps Reserve presented the of-
a testimonial dinner honoring of the right-wing Herut Party after ficial album of stamps issued by
a
riotous
session
of
the
badly-split
Samuel Bronfman at which a total
the U.S. Post Office honoring the
party's central committee.
50th anniversary of the founding
of $1,650,000 was pledged..
Tension became apparent imme- of the Marine Corps Reserve by
From LONDON, ENGLAND
diately when the session opened President Wilson Aug. 29, 1916.
with the expressed intention to Col. Weinstein, a member of the
choose a new executive. Support- law firm of Gussin, Weinstein &
ers of Shmuel Tamir, an attorney Kroll, is a former director of the
"Distinctive Styling in Music
who has challenged Herut's cur- Detroit Bar Association. He com-
to your Individual Taste"
rent leadership, proposed a non- mands the Volunteer Training
Unit
9-1
at
Brodhead
Naval
Ar-
confidence motion against Dr. Jo-
hanan Bader, Herut chairman. The mory.
* *
proposal was beaten 56 to 36.
Two associate professors in the 2. 0 ....Q.S.JULSUSSASUP
Charges and counter - charges
greeted Tamir's effort to explain Technion physics department have
his position about the party's long- been lecturers at summer schools
time leadership, including his op- of universities abroad. They are
position to Menahem Beigin, who Prof. PAUL SINGER, invited by
gave up the party leadership this the University of Helsinki to lec-
And Staff of
summer. Suddenly supporters of ture at the Summer Institute of
Theoretical
Physics
in
Liperi,
Ka-
the present leadership threw a
handful of nipples of baby bottles relia, and Prof. AMIRAM RON, in-
at the opposition with shouts of vited to lecture at the Summer In-
"babies." In the uproar that en- stitute of Theoretical Physics at
sued, Tamir and his followers left the Universiy of Colorado. Prof.
Wish their many customers and friends
while the remaining executive Singer will participate in two
other international conferences, at
members continued the meeting.
A
Year
of Health, Happiness and Prosperity.
the University of California, Ber-
keley, and at Stanford University.
Prof. Ron has also been asked to
give one of the key lectures on
plasma physics at the Gordon Me-
morial Research Conference, in
Seattle. He also participated in the
10th International Conference on
Low Temperature Physics, in Mos-
Wish their many customers
cow.
and friends A Year of
* *
Health and Happiness.
S. H. HARRIS, a Chicago phil-
anthropist and civic leader, has
given $100,000 to the Jewish Fed-
eration's United Building Fund-for
WE DELIVER -- LI 7-4122-3
AND THE STAFF OF THE
its 1966 campaign, it was an-
nounced at a dinner meeting at
which contributions totaling $501,-
000 were recorded toward this
KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET
year's UBF goal of $1,894,000.

ZAN GILBERT

• ••.,

and His ORCHESTRA

When It Comes

To Noodles . . .

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Greenfield's

IRVING J. AUSLANDER

Tops
Them
All

CUSTOM DRAPERY CLEANERS

EIZELMAN & HORNFIELD
KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET

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HARRY REZNICK, BEN ZAGER,
SAUL COHEN AND THEIR FAMILIES

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DEXTER-DAVISON

MR. AND MRS. NATHAN GRUNT
MR. AND MRS. HARRY KROHNER
AND THEIR FAMILIES

Wish Their Many Customers and Friends
A YEAR OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS

GRUNT'S MARKET

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan

Extend Greetings

To Their Many Friends and Customers

For

Diomontolog ists

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The Management

and Staff of the

Cranbrook House Motel

wish the entire Jewish community

of Detroit and its suburbs
A Happy New Year

20500 James Couzens

Mr. Palombo was killed at night
when his scooter hit an unmarked
Sabbath chain barring the road to
his studio atop Mount Zion. The
district attorney's office is prob-
ing the circumstance of his death.
A Sabbath chain is hung to block
a road to keep persons using auto-
mobiles or any other vehicles from
riding on the Sabbath. Several

salem.

Norman Allan Co.

,

342-3000

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Wish Their Many Friends and Customers
A Year of Health and Happiness

COOLIDGE & 10 MILE

Mr. Palombo's death came two
weeks before the massive weld-
ed-iron gates he designed for the
new Knesset building received
public recognition.
A recent recipient of a scholar.
ship from the United Nations Edu-
cational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization to work in Japan on
a memorial at Hiroshima, Mr. Pa-
lombo has another work at Yad
Vashem, the memorial to the Jew-
ish victims of wartime extermina-
tion camps. A former employe of
the post office who specialized in
telephone cable work, Mr. Palom-
bo liked to work with power tools
in iron, concentrating on welding
building rods into new shapes.

German Businessman Goes
on Trial for Killing Jews

HANOVER, W. Germany (JTA)
—Heinrich Feiertag, 52-year-old
businessman who is so sick that
the prosecutor did not even at-
tempt to jail him, went on trial on
an indictment accusing him of 22
wartime murders of Jews. The
man is charged with having liqui-
dated the Jewish inmates of a con-
centration camp conducted during
the war by the Nazis.

LI 8-6800

In the Dexter-Davison Shopping Plaza

JERUSALEM — The "Sabbath
chain" responsible for the death
of Israeli sculptor David Palombo
has renewed a controversy over
the influence of Jerusalem's reli-
gious community.

such chains block roads through
the ultra-Orthodox sector of Jeru-

A Year of Health and Happiness

Gemolog ists

Sculptor's Death Spurs
New Inquiry Into Role
of Ultra-Orthodox

riZIM 11;2 , 1
THE FIVE
OXMAN BROTHERS
AND THEIR FAMILIES

ID)

Extend Greetings and Best Wishes
to Their Many Customers and Friends
For A Year of Health and Happiness

13515 W. 7 Mile Road

irs 1V/111/ 047 4N0

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seit and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Weisman and Family
and the staff of

aAery

21784 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Harvard Row

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