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July 07, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-07

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16—Friday, July 7, 1967

LBJ's Jerusalem

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

llemorial Home Ass'n. Buys Bonds Stand Rejected
by JWV Leader

Lawson-Herbst Rites

Planned for January

Disagreement with the White
, House statement on the status of
Jerusalem was voiced by National
Commander Malcolm A. Tarlov of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.

Commander Tarlov said in a

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Announcing the purchase of SI00,000 in Israel Bonds by the
Jewish War Veterans Memorial Home Association are (from left)
seated: Hyman Safran, president of the Detroit Jewish Welfare
Federation and a director of the JWV Memorial Home Association;
Mrs. William Greenberg, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Michigan Department, JWV; and Harry Friedman, president of the
JWV Memorial Home Association; standing: Louis E. Levitan,
director of the Detroit Israel Bond organization; Charles Isackson
and Jack Schwartz, vice presidents, Memorial Home; and Louis
Benton, commander, Michigan Department.
.
4 4
At an emergency meeting of the
Jewish ...Tar Veterans Memorial
Home Association, a proposal by
Joseph L. Bale Post to purchase
••■■■
$100,000 in Israel Bonds was ap-
BLOCH ROSE POST and AUX-
proved.
The money, which was derived ILIARY will hold their annual
from the sale of the old Jewish Bob-Lo Moonlight Ride Sunday.
War Veterans Memorial Building The boat leaves at 9 p.m. Proceeds
and is to be used for the purchase are used for servicing hospitalized
of a new building and shrine to veterans. The public is welcome.
honor the Jewish War dead of all For tickets. con t a c t chairman
American wars. represents the Miriam Lawrence. UN 2-1467. or
total assets of the organization. i Fern Seltzer. 546-5875. •
• • •
Fred Waterstone, post comman- I

JWV

der. who requested the meeting, I
stressed to the association mem-
tiers: "There is no better way for
the veterans of Detroit to show
their support for the people of
Israel and the cause of justice than

OAK PARK POST AND AUXILI-
ARY will hold its annual swim

party 8:15 p.m. July 15, at Oak
A wiener roast will
Park Pool.

follow. Paid-up members are in-
vited at no charge. For informa-
tion. call Mort Golditch, LI 7-7956,
or Loretta Gold, EL 7 - 0621.

telegram to President Johnson
that "the Jewish War Veterans,
as an organization which has con-
stantly and strongly supported
your conduct of foreign policy and
the defense against aggression,
disagrees with your statement on
the reunification of Jerusalem."
The JWV leader emphasized to
President Johnson that "your posi-
tion does not recognize the im-
portant facts that the Old City
MISS LINDA LAWSON
houses religious shrines of Mos-
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Lawson of
lems. Christians and Jews, which
for nineteen years have been clos- Burton Rd., Oak Park, announce
ed to the Jews of the world, in- the engagement of their daughter
cluding American Jews, as well Linda Rochelle to Norman Richard
as to Christians and Moslems re- Herbst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Herbst of Hartwell Ave.
siding in Israel."
Both are graduates of Wayne
State University. The bride-elect is
Detroit Service Group
currently attending the University
of Michigan graduate school.
Plans Annual Tour
A Jan. 6 wedding is planned.
The annual Israel Survey Tour
sponsored by the Detroit Service
Group of the Jewish Welfare Fed- Tigers Trade Sherry
eration is scheduled for 17 days
Jewish pitcher Larry Sherry,
leaving from Detroit Oct. 17, for
New York and from there by El who set a Detroit Tiger record
Al Airlines to Rome.
in 1966 when he pitched in 56 base-
The tour will spend several ball games, was traded last week
days in the Rome and Naples by the Tigers to the Houston As-
area where the Joint Distribution tros for outfielder Jim Landis.
Committee maintains a transrni-
grant center.
In Israel, an official of the Jew-
ish Agency will guide the group.
A letter announcing the tour
is usually mailed in May each year
but because of the unrest in the
Middle East at that time, it was
discarded.

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CLEVELAND (JTA)—The affili-
ation of the Union of Jewish
Women of Belgium with the Inter-
national Council of Jewish Women
was announced here by Mrs. Ron-
ald Brown, president of the council.
The Belgian women's union,
which is the 23rd affiliate of the
council, comprises the Women's
International Zionist Organizdtion,
Bnai Brith, Neshe Mizrachi, Zire
Mizrachi, the Ladies Committee
of the Jewish Welfare and Keren
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Guzick of
Montrose Ave. announce the en-
gagement
of their daughter Eliza-
• • •
beth Linda to Bernard Goldstein.
YETZ- COHEN AUXILIARY son of Mrs. Irving Goldstein of
will hold a swim party 8:30 p.m. Votrobeck Dr. and the late Mr.
Monday at the home of Ann Rubin, Goldstein. The bride-elect is a
19725 Oakfield. Prospective mem- graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity where she is working on her
bers are invited.
• • •
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DETROIT POST 135 will meet a graduate of the University of
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Labor Detroit and is working on his mas-
ters degree at Eastern Michigan
Zionist Institute.
University. A December wedding
is planned.
Prof AFIARON KATZIR-KATCH-
ALSKY, head of the Weizmann In-
stitute's Polymer Research De-
partment, has been asked by the
University of California to join its
Miller Institute during the coming
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Professorships are given to leading Mrs. Marshall Silver of Victoria
personalities in the sciences, who Ave., Huntington Woods, and John
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Huntington Woods and the late Dr.
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