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January 27, 1967 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-27

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8 Friday,



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

January 27, 1967

Eye Bank Drive Is Begun by Chapter

Detroit Chapter Hadassah, the
annual Eye Bank sight - saving
project, under the chairmanship of
• Mrs. Julius Poi-
lack, has corn-
menced, Mrs.
Ben Bonin, vice
president of proj-
ects, said.
Eye banks,
each with space
for $5 in dimes,
Mrs. Bonin
have been distributed' toall mem-
bers and friends of the chapter.
Each filled bank will buy medica-
tion to prevent blindness in one
eye of an Israeli child.
For several years, the Detroit
. Chapter has engaged in this spe-
cial project to supply medication
and emergency medical needs for
children and adults afflicted with
trachoma or other blinding afflic-
tions under treatment by the oph-
thalmological department of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medi-
cal Center.
The culminating event of the
Eye Bank campaign will be an
evening 'celebration March 14...
An authority on humanity, a
famous -humorist, and a "hap-
pening" will be featured, advises
Mrs. Morry Gross, p r o g r a m
chairmgn.
One filled bank will make each
contributor eligible to attend.
For adidtional Eye Banks, call
the Hadassah office, BR 3-5441, or
the following chairmen:

Israelis, Dutch to Join
in Seeking Out Trade

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A 17-mem-
ber trade delegation from the
Netherlands has negotiated an
agreement with Israel for cooper-
ation between Israeli and Dutch
firms for the supply of know-how
and experts to third countries. The
agreement also called for large-
' scale purchases of Israeli quality
•:' goods, mainly fashions, by Dutch
firms. ,

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ed by hostesses of El Al Israel
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Austria Pledges Revisions

of History Books for Youth

LONDON (JTA) — The Austrian
ambassador to Britain has reported
to the Board of Deputies of British
Jews that a special commission
has been set up in the Austrian
Education Ministry to revise his-
tory textbooks and school curricu-
la to promote education of Austri-
an youth in the spirit of democ-
racy.
The statement, a reply to a Board
of Deputies protest on Austrian
neo-Nazism, was reported at a
meeting of the board Sunday. It
disclosed that a committee of his-
torians had been, established to re=
view and re-edit the history text-
books for Austrian schools.
In reporting on the education
ministry activities, the_ envoy said
that Austrian authorities felt that
the answer to the problem "lies in
the education of the young genera-
tion in the spirit of democracy
and tolerance, vital to the future
of mankind."
Sir Barnett Janner, chairman of
the board's foreign affairs commit-
tee, told the meeting that the com-
mittee would urge on Austrian
authorities that they introduce "as
speedily as possible" other sugges-
tions made by • the board about
"more satisfactory legal Pro-
Mexico Cemetery Ruined cedures for the trial of Nazi- crimi-
MEXICO CITY • (JTA) An offi- nals and more effective investiga-
cial of the Mexico City police de- tions" of such criminals in Austria.
partment sharply condemned the
desecrations of more than a score
UNICEF is the enemy of the
of tombstones in the Jewish ceme= enemies of children—hunger, dis-
tery maintained here by Cong. ease, and ignorance.
Nidche Israel. Gravestones were
overturned, swastikas were
smeared on a number of tomb-
stones, and anti-Semitic slogans
were painted on some of hte
monuments.

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Furth; and Sunday, Marilyn Klein.

Chaplain Clifford B. Miller has
arrived in Bangkok to serve the
growing Jewish military congrega-
tion in Thailand"`'
and is the first
full - time Jewish
chaplain to be as-
signed. to that
a r e a, accordin
to the commission
on Jewish chap-
laincy of the Na-
tional Je w is h
Welfare Bo a r d.
He left for that
overseas -post af-
ter a five-month
tour of duty as
Jemish chaplain
at Sheppard Air
Force Base..
Wichita F alls , :'5*!r
Miller
Texas.
A native of Detroit, Chaplain
Miller attended Midrasha (College
of Jewish Studies) here from 195.5
to 1957 and received his rabbinical
ordination from the Jewish Theo7
logical Seminary of America in
1966. He received his master of
Hebrew literature degree from the
seminary's school. of Judaica in
1963 and his bachelor of arts in
philosophy and religion from Co-
lumbia College, in 1961.
As a rabbinical student, Chaplain
Miller served the Central Mich-
igan Jewish Community Association,
Mt. Pleasant, Mich. (1962), -Congre-
gation Beth Or, Kingstree, South,
Carolina (1963), and Beth El Syn-•
agogue, New Rochelle, N.Y. (1964-
1966). .
He is married to the former
Deborah Uchill, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam H. Uchill of Denver.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Miller, 24901 Blackstone,
Oak Park.

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