14—Friday, September 23, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Beth Aaron Bond Fete Nets $12,200
5 Israeli Professionals
Coming To U.S. Centers
Five Israeli professional workers
are clue to arrive in the United
In preparation for the upcoming
States by the end of September to
International Year for Human
work in Jewish Centers under an
Rights in 1968, the American Je-
MILWAUKEE—Marking its 45th
wish Committee and the United anniversary, the Milwaukee Jewish exchange program being jointly
Nations Association of the United Chronicle published a large edition conducted for the second year by
States have published a compre- last week with special features the National Jewish Welfare Board
and the Jewish Agency for Israel.
hensive source book — FOR ALL tracing the community's history.
JWB has arranged for the Is-
HUMANITY — to be used as a
Irving Rhodes, former Detroiter,
vital tool in the continuing strug- publisher of the paper, was high- raeli workers to join the staffs of
gle for international cooperation. ly acclaimed in special messages, five different American Jewish
Community Centers for a two-year
Slated for the broadest possible
including statements by Vice Presi-
distribution in conjunction with the dent Hubert H. Humphrey, many period to help strengthen Jewish
programming in the Centers where
20th anniversary of the Universal
other national leaders and scores they will be employed and to en-
Declaration of Human Rights, the
of Wisconsin officials. including hance their professional training
publication was prepared jointly
Governor Warren P. Knowles.
and usefulness when they return
by the two agencies as a program-
One feat u r e in this issue to Israel.
planning resource to encourage
showed that the first Jewish set-
citizen activity on behalf of univer-
tler in the community, in 1935,
sal human rights.
was Solomon Juneau.
At the Congregation Beth Aaron pre-High Holy Day leadership
A tour of the facilities at HAW-
reception, which resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions totaling $12,-
THORN CENTER, comprehensive Shaarit Haplaytah Plans
200, are (from left) Gad Ranon, Israel consul for press and informa-
treatment service for emotionally Installation of Officers
tion, guest speaker; Rabbi Benamin H. Gorrelick; Mrs. Max Nosanchuk
Shaarit Haplaytah will hold
disturbed children, will be held
and Mr. Nosanchuk, who hosted the affair in their home in advance
1-4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Northville its installation of officers 7:30 p.m.
of the Yom Kippur appeal.
center. in conjunction with the Sunday at the Sholem Aleichem
10th annual meeting of the Michi- Institute. A new color documen-
gan Association for Emotionally tary, "Israel of Today," will be
Fine Jewelry and. Gifts
Disturbed -Children. Dr. RALPH D. shown. Guests invited.
RABINOVITCH, director, and his
He that is overcautious will ac-
associates will lead the tour of the
ZALMAN SHAZAR, President of facilities and discuss the out- complish little. — Schiller.
On Tuesday, Zeta Beta Tau
Fraternity honored WILLIAM S. Israel, will serve as honorary presi- patient, day school, residential
PALEY, chairman of the board, dent of the International Confer- treatment, training and research
Columbia Broadcasting System, ence of Jewish Communal Service services.
with the presentation of its Na- to be held in Jerusalem Aug.
tional President's Trophy Plaque. 19-23, it was announced by Wil-
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This plaque is given to a ZBT Liam Avrunin of Detroit and Dr. Mr. Music to millions, will conduct ,
alumnus who, "as a result of his Giora• Lotan of Jerusalem who 1 the ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY in a
personal deeds and accomplish- were named co-chairmen of the "Pop" concert, Oct. 14, to open
ments in life's endeavors, has stood Jewish social service workers par- Masonic Auditorium's 1966-67 Con-
forth beyond all of his brothers." ley, the first to be held in Israel. cert Series. The St. Louis Sym-
phony's fame has spread through
Paley is an alumnus of the ZBT
Hundreds of Items
' annual tours covering every section
Chapter at the University of Penn-
MRS. ABRAHAM COOPER is of the country but the Far West.
to Choose From
North Woodward Area chairman of
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Judge GEORGE KENT will mod-
SHERMAN ADELMAN of Pa-
-erate a panel discussion on "The
cific Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
For Good Photographs
Impact of Recent U.S. Supreme sponsor of the fall season of the Detroit-Madvin Agency, has been
EARRINGS • RINGS
Court Decisions on Criminal Law Metropolitan Opera National named Man of the Month for
BRACELETS • PENDANTS
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CUFF LINKS • CHARMS
Enforcement" before the 17th Dis- Company, which will present seven August 1966.
trict Young Democrats, 8 p.m. Wed- performances at the Fisher Thea-
nesday, at Region 1A-UAW Hall. ter Oct. 10-15.
Panelists include Henry Head-
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Just E. of Demery's-644-7626
with the United Nations Associa-
to 9 p.m.
We Come to Your Home
ing, John O'Connell and Max Sil-
Speaker of the House of Repre- tion of Detroit will hold an
verman, candidates for Recorder's sentatives John W. McCormack INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL at
Court; Charles Levin, candidate (Dem., Mass.) and former Speaker Northland Center, Oct. 20-22.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
for Court of Appeals; and James Joseph W. Martin, Jr., (Rep.,
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Ryan, candidate for Circuit Court. Mass.) were honored in Washing-
AMPAL-American Israel Corpor-
ton for "consistent effort in foster- ation, a New York company with
ing understanding between the thousands of investors across the
peoples of the U.S. and the State United States, will have as its key
of Israel" through a joint award of speaker Pinhas Sapir, minister
the 1966 American-Israel Friend- of finance of the State of Israel,
ship Award. Mrs. Eli Resnikoff, of at its 25th anniversary, Oct. 2 at
Brooklyn, national president of Hotel Americana, New York.
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Mizrachi Women's Organization of
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America, cited the two veteran
legislative leaders as "friends of
Truly the finest Music and
Israel before there was an Israel, host an OPERATION COFFEE
and distinguished proponents al- CUP for legislative candidates Tom
for the discriminating
ways of the bibical ideals of social Rowley and Fred Wilson 8 p.m.
justice, brotherhood and peace."
21611 Whitmore, Oak Park. All
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are welcome at no charge.
Appointment of Dr. JACOB L.
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CHASON as chairman of the de-
One thing about N —
MANTOVANI will bring his 45-
partment of pathology at the Wayne piece orchestra to the Masonic Au-
the more unsuitable the
State University School of Medicine ditorium, Saturday, for a concert li ■ ■
program, the quieter it
was approved by the Wayne State beginning at 8:20 p.m.
keeps the children . . .
University board of governors.
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Mayor Cavanagh proclaimed
She's such a conformist—
EUGENE ROSTOW on Wednes- "LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
when she gets to heaven,
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day was named by President John- WEEK Sept. 18-24" ... "in recogni-
she'll want her halo to be
son as an Assistant Secretary of tion of the fine contributions this
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-- citizenship and greater resident
When you diet—remem-
42 Years Experience
Mayor John Lindsay of New involvement in the governmental
ber first to forget seconds.
York announced that Louis Broido process."
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had resigned as a $1-a-year com-
He paid $20 for informa-
Sgt. Bob Johnson, local Air
missioner of the City Department
tion about his ancestors.
of Commerce and Industrial De- Force recruiter, announced that
velopment to give more time to college graduates now have an ex-
Now he's paying $300 to
his post as chairman of the Ameri- cellent opportunity for selection
keep it a secret. . .
With Best Wishes
can Jewish Joint Distribution Com- in the AIR FORCE OFFICER
mittee. The mayor praised Broido's TRAINLNG SCHOOL PROGRAM.
Broadmindedness is high-
For A Happy and Healthy New Year
four years of service as commis- Science and engineering majors
mindedness flattened by
To All Our Relatives and Friends
to serve New York City as a spe- ates possessing degrees in other
cial consultant on land develop- fields also are being sought for
classes commencing in December.
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For information call Sgt. Johnson,
Lincoln at Coolidge
A family pancake supper will 864-1990.
be held by supporters of Senator
Oak Park, Michigan
14001 Oak Park Blvd.
SANDER LEVIN 4-8 p.m. Oct. 2 at
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