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March 24, 1967 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-24

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Tarbut Foundation's New
Text for Study of Hebrew
Presented to Ben-Gurion
NEW YORK-The first volume
published by the Tarbut Founda-
tion in a series of modern Hebrew
texts specially edited for the bene
fit of Hebrew students at the col-
lege level was presented to David
Ben-Gurion by Ralph Wechsler, a
Tarbut Foundation board member,
at a breakfast given in his honor.
The publication of the first
book, "Selected Essays of Ah d

Ha'Am," and of the series to fol-
low, was made possible by a grant
to a special publication fund of
the foundation provided by Ralph
and Therma Wechsler.

CAFE
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Open Only
Saturday, March 25th
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$4 229 000 in Pledges Told at AJC Opener

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total of $667,560 - 95 per cent
of last year's income. Mrs. Max
Stollman, chairman of pre-campaign
special gifts for the women's divi-
sion, under whose leadership 287
participants in the d r ive have
given $455,000 - compared with
last year's gifts of S450,000 from
282 women.

The report for the pre-campaign
livision was submitted by Irving
Rose. George D. Keil reported for
trades and professions.
A brief address was delivered
at the dinner by William Avrunin,
executive director of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and the Allied
Jewish Campaign. Hyman Safran,
Federation president, gave the
opening address at the rally. He
reviewed the causes included in
the campaign.

A feature of the evening's pro-
gram was the appearance of the
Jewish Community Center Gold-
en Age Chorus under the di-
rection of Cantor Nicholas Fen-

akel. Soloists for two of the renewed effort so that they could

selections were Mesdames Es-
telle Kaufman and S. Plafkin.
Contributions to the drive were
presented after the musical pro-
gram by the choir's president,
Isidore Levitan, and Mrs. Pearl
Fine, president of the Center
Social Service Club.
Klutznick's address was marked
by commendations for the Detroit
campaigners. He warned, how-
ever, that while Detroit Jewry is
a major factor in American Jewish
philanthropic activities, "with all
your success, many agencies are
operating in deficit of need and
deficit of funds." He said that re-
sources are not adequate to meet
the demands.
Ile especially emphasized Is-
rael's needs, the urgency of assist-
ing the Jewish State in its present
economic recession, and urged un-
deviating dedication to the drive's
objectives to assure the assistance
that is so vitally needed on all
fronts.
Rabbi Irwin Groner gave the
opening prayer at the dinner ses-
sion.

report substantial increases for
the nine days of intensive solicita-
tion following the opening rally.
He urged that workers make res-
ervations for the report meeting
by calling the Federation, WO
5-3939, or by returning the invi-
tation reply cards sent to them.

A guest at the -dinner and meet-

50

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including worsteds, sharkskins and shetlands

NOW

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$ 85.00
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$42.50
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WAS

NOW

$130.00
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$65.00
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SPORT COATS

including all wool shetland., and cashmeres

WAS

NOW

$50.00
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TOPCOATS & CARCOATS

including wools, poplins and cashmeres

WAS

NOW

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BORENSTEIN'S

Moe R. Miller, well-known attorney, found
us and a great selection of new Spring Hush
Puppies4 casuals. (Why shouldn't he find a
great selection , of Hush Puppies? We've
got them!) But be couldn't settle on one pair
he liked best. So he 'took several pairs. Lis-
ten. why' make a federal case out of it?

was expelled from the party and
immediately filed a court "suit

.1vua4 mom 4 oi#Iiittract

The Autobiography of a
Japanese Convert to Judaism

Moe R. Miller
found Phillips
Northland Men's
Shoe Shop.

(Direct JTA Teletype wire
to The Jewish News)
BONN-A prominent West Ger-
man trade union leader and a lead-
ing Social Democr - whose party
is part of the gove _lent coalition,
called on West . 'rmany Tuesday
to mobilize public opinion and pol-
itics against the neo-Nazi National
Democratic Party (NPD).
Otto Brenner, leader of the Iron
and Steel Workers Union, one of
the country's largest trade unions,
called on all political parties and
organizations to "isolate the NPD
in political life." He stated that
"there can never be anything in
common between democratic and
right-wing radical" groups.
Ernest Haar, chairman of the
Social Democratic Party in Stutt-
gart, and a member of the Bun-
destag, the lower house of par-
liament, called for the formation
of groups inside the Social Demo-
cratic Party "to counter the in-
fluence of the NPD." -
Meanwhile, the split inside the
NPD between the party's natiOnal
chairman, Fritz Thielen, and the
deputy national chairman. Adolf
von Thadden, widened Tuesday.
Thielen filed a libel suit against
von Thadden, and Charged in an
interview that von Thadden had
connections with the West German
secret service. He also said that
the recent announcement that the
Bremen chapter of the NPD had
expelled him was u n t r u e. He
charged that the report about his
expulsion had been put out by von
Thadden and "his right-wing radi-
cal clique."
Earlier, Eberhard Martens,
chairman of the NPD in Bruns-
wick, resigned from the party,
citing policy disagreements.
Walter Barth, Is1PD chairman in
Hersfeld, similarly quit in the
NPD. When asked why he had
resigned, his only comment was
"poor Germany:' Lothar Kuehne,
Lower Saxony NPD chairman,

against his expulsion.
In another development. Cologne
police were ordered by the West-
phalia Interior Minister, Willy
Weyer, to ban ,a planned demon-
stration in Cologne against the
party by a group of Dutch students.
He said that a demonstration by
"foreign nationals" on "German
soil" might be considered a "pro - 1

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ing was Aron Bilaus, director of
the Kfar Silver Agricultural High
School, Ashkelon, Israel.
The first workers report lunch-
eon for the campaign will be
held next Friday, 12:15 p.m.,
at the Fred M. Butzel Memorial
.Building.
Deutsch called on workers for

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AND CARCOAT REDUCED TO

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 24, 1967-7

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