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April 28, 1967 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-28

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14—Friday, April 28, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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JWV Gives Flags to Poverty Program

JWV

People Make News

BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
SANFORD MARK ROSENBERG
reported for training in VISTA— hold a board meeting 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of President Fern
Volunteers in Service to America
Seltzer, 22100 Church, Oak Park.
—on April 18, three weeks before There will be a brief seminar for
his 20th birthday, at Buffalo, N.Y. incoming officers. .
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Rosenberg, 24816 Mary-
OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
land, Southfield. Rosenberg, a
The CARIBE MOTEL
graduate of Southfield High, at-
tended Oakland Community Col-
PROVIDES YOUR
Dr. JOSEPH DUNNER, profes- lege and Lawrence Tech. He plans
WITH . . .
sor of political science at Yeshiva to return to school.
CONVENIENT
LOCATION
University and one of the nation's
Woodward near 7 M:le Rd.
most prominent political scientists,
Minutes away from everything
will conduct a lecture series and
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• Phones • Air Conditioning
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• Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
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ACCOMMODATIONS
on new
• • •
AT NO EXTRA COST
Pontiacs
Two rabbis will be added to the
• TV and Radio • Parking
• Continental Breakfast
and
faculty of Georgetown University
PHONE
for the first time next fall, offi-
Tempests
cials of the nation's oldest Cath-
TO 8-2662
olic college, revealed. The Jewish
ASK
spiritual leaders are RABBI A.
FOR
NATHAN ABRAMOWITZ of Ti-
Rates
fereth Israel Congregation, Wash-
Moderate
ington, and RABBI ALBERT SIL-
Start at
VERMAN, a former Illinois Uni-
$8.00
versity instructor.
AT
* * s
Near 7 Mile Road
RABBI JAY KAUFMAN, execu-
18650 LIVERNOIS
tive vice president of Bnai Brith,
1 block South of 7
offered the opening prayer at the
UN 3-9300
Woodward
United States Senate April 18. He
quoted passages in Hebrew and
English from Isaiah and the Tal-
mud in calling for the wisdom "to
x Million
emory.
find our way out of the toils of
war."
• • •
OF DETROIT — PROCLAIMS
Two Americans, a Frenchman
and a Jewish-British philanthropist
were named in New York Monday
by the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine as winners of the Albert
Einstein Commemorative Awards
for 1967. The winners are JAMES
A. MICHENER, American novel-
ist; ANDREW WYETH, U. S.
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL
Formerly Gemiluth Chassodim
painter; DR. ANDRE WOLFF, of
19371 GREENFIELD
France, a Nobel Prize winner in
Mincha
Services
Will be Conducted • Those Who are
Medicine; and SIR ISAAC WOLF-
Able Should Fast That Day Until Services are Over.
SON, of Britain. They were cited
Speakers: Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzweig • Mayer Lipman
for their "unique accomplish-
Survivors of Concentration Camps and
ments" in their respective fields
Ghettos Will Light the Candles
of literature, art, science and phil-
MEMORIAL PRAYERS BY CANTOR JOSEPH BIRNHOLZ
anthropy. The award consists of
SOLEMN PRESENTATION BY THE JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Your participation will reflect your sense of identification
a medallion.
with the unbroken chain of Jewish history and Martyrdom!
* *
REMEMBER YIZKOR DAY
CHARLES H. JORDAN, executive
Please Light Yahrzeit Candle the Evening of May 6, 1967
vice-chairman of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, arrived in Buch-
arest in response to an invitation
froni Dr. Moses Rosen, chief rab-
bi and president of the Federation
of Jewish Communities of Romania.
During his visit Jordan will hold
a series of talks aiming at the de-
velopment of a program of co-
operation between the Federation
and the JDC on behalf of the Jew-
ish communities in Romania.
• • •
Dr. MENAHEM MANSO 0 R,
chairman of the department of
Hebrew and Semitic studies at
the University of Wisconsin in
Madison, will represent the Jewish
Chautauqua Society as lecturer at
This observance is an age-
Central Michigan University in
Mount Pleasant, May 8.
old, hallowed Jewish tradi-
• • •
tion and it has become cus-
DANIEL BARENBOIM, 24-year-
tomary to plant trees in
old Israeli pianist, will marry Brit-
ish cellist Jacqueline du Pre, 22,
Israel to link forever the
in September, it was reported
cherished memories of your
from London.
dear ones.
• • •
Dr. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ has
been elected president of the En-
cyclopedia Judaica Research Foun-
dation, it was announced by the
foundation, which is to publish its
18414 Wyoming Ave.
15-v olume work in 1970. Dr.
TAX DEDUCTIBLE
Schwartz, succeeding Jim Novy, is
Hours: Mon. thru Thurs. 9 to 5, Friday 9-4, Sunday 10-1
also executive vice president of
The Israel Bond Organization.

RICHARD LUBY, 23-year-old vi-
olinist from Detroit who debuted
here at the Music Study Club's
Annual Artist Concert last year,
has been named a winner of a
solo appearance with the Philadel-
phia Orchestra. He will play at
one of the symphony's student con-
certs next year.
• • •

John Nemon (right), Americanization chairman of the Jewish
War Veterans, Department of Michigan, presents one of 20 Ameri-
can flags to Philip J. Rutledge (second from right), director of the
Maor's Committee for Human Resources Development (HRD),
during ceremonies at IIRD's headquarters. The flags will be flown
at community development centers, neighborhood service centers
and IIRD's headquarters. Also taking part in the presentation are
Harold Kempner (left), coordinator of the Small Business Develop-
ment Center, HRD, and Richard Simmons Jr., HRD's assistant
director. IIRD administers Detroit's poverty program.

Revolt Anniversary Marked in Berlin;
Jews' Return Is invited by Senator

WEST BERLIN (JTA) — An ap- ! ghetto and laid wreaths at the me-
peal to ex-Berliners of the Jewish ! morial.
faith to return to Berlin and "give ! (Twelve memorial rallies com-
their native city the opportunity memorating the martyrs of the
to make amends" for the Hitler . Warsaw Ghetto — six of them ar-
era and the Holocaust, was made ! ranged by the Workmen's Circle —
here Sunday night by Senator were held in New York. One
Dietrich Spangenberg, of the Ber- of the meetings, held at the Statler
lin City-State. He spoke at a meet- Hotel, was addressed by Senator
in commemorating the martyrs Jacob Javits. Similar rallies were
of the Warsaw Ghetto rebellion. I held in many other Jewish commu-
A feature of the evening was the ' nities throughout the United
award of this year's Heinrich Stahl ' States.)
Prize. given to Dr. Joseph Wulf, ,
In Washington, Rep. Cornelius
historian and chronicler of the Nazi
E. Gallagher, New Jersey Demo-
era. Dr. Wulf is the Jewish Tele-
crat, called attention of the
House to the anniversary of the
graphic Agency's correspondent in
Warsaw Ghetto uprising and
IN est Berlin.
In Warsaw. a number of delega- noted that Jews of the Soviet
tions from foreign countries who Union "remain bound by preju-
ca me for the unveiling of the dice and unequal treatment."
Auschwitz Memorial, participated
Plans for a memorial in New
in ceremonies marking the 24th an- York City for the Six Million were
niversary of the Warsaw Ghetto reviewed by City Park Commis-
uprising.
sioner August Heckscher at a meet-
The delegations were joined by ing with David Kreeger, chairman
thousands of local Jews and non- of the memorial art committee and
Jews who made their annual pil- Louis I. Kahn, the architect.
grimage to the memorial site of the

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U.S. Labor to Invest
$10,000,000 in Histadrut

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Aharon
Becker, secretary-general of the
Histadrut, Israel's labor federation,
will complete arrangements during
his visit to the United States this
month for $10.000,000 investments
by the AFL-CIO in Israel, it was
announced here.
The announcement was made by
Dr. Sol Stein, director general of
the annual Histadrut Campaign in
the United States. Becker, who is
coming to the United States to
attend the Washington banquet at
which the Histadrut Humanitarian
Award will be presented to Vice
President Hubert Humphrey on
May 8, also will address the AFL-
CIO meeting. Some 1,000 guests
are expected at the $50-a-plate May
8 dinner.

Rabbi RIEVAN W , SLAVKIN
of Temple Beth El, Jackson, will
represent the Jewish Chautauqua
Society as lecturer at Kalamazoo
College in Kalamazoo, May 8. He
will speak in assembly at 10 a.m.
on "The People of the Book."

SAUL BERCH

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IFIZKOIS

FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

PLANT A TREE
IN ISRAEL
IN THEIR MEMORY

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