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July 14, 1967 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-14

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26—Friday, July 14, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Scrap Dealers Buy $12,000 hi Bonds

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Announcing the purchase of $12,000 In Israel Bonds by the
Greater Detroit Scrap Trade Association from its treasury, are,
(from left) Lewis Stern, president of the association; Norman Allan,
a vice chairman of the Detroit Israel Bond Committee, and Lester
Miller, financial secretary of the association.

People Make News

Dr. HARVEY NUSSBAUM,
23440 Church, Oak Park, associate
professor of business administra-
tion at Wayne State University,
has been elected cahirman of the
Detroit-area chapter of the Insti-
tute of Management Science
(TIMS). TIMS is an international
society concerned with identify-
ing, extending and unifying scien-
tific knowledge pertaining to man-
agement.
• • •
Morton L. Scholnick and Associ-
ates announce the appointment of
GEORGE A. NETSCHKE as man-
aging director of Thirteen Hun-
dred. the 30-story apartment resi-
dence in Lafayette Park.
• • •
Col. YAACOV K A PL A N, on
leave from his post as command-
ing officer of the northern defense
area of Israel, will arrive in
Dallas, Tex. next week to serve
as an emissary on behalf of the
JNF Foundation, it was announced
by Herman L. Weisman, president
of the Jewish National Fund.
* • *
LEE FRANKLIN WEINSTOCK,
president of national award-win-
ning University of Buffalo Alumni
Club, Metro-Detroit area, appeared
in an interview recently on the
WXYZ-TV "Morning Show".
• • •
HERMAN SHUMLIN, director
or producer of such hits as "Grand
Hotel" and "The Little Foxes,"
has dramatized part of Peter de
Vries' novel "Reuben, Reuben." It
is Shumlin's first attempt at play-
writing, and he will direct the
production soon.
• • •
Lt. Col. ENIMANUEL M. GINZ-
LER. 21971 Avon, Oak Park. is on
active duty at the 5033rd U.S.
Army Reserve School from Lan-
sing. The 5033rd is conducting the
command and general staff
course, a five-year program de-
signed to provide officers from the
5th Army area with a working
knowledge for wartime and peace-
time duty as commanders and
general staff officers of divisions
and logistical commands.
• • •
DR. LEONARD STITELMAN,
Wayne State University political
science professor, is the author
of a chapter in the new book,
"Data Processing." He writes on
the use of computers in teaching,
grading, class scheduling, and
counseling. The book is published
by the Data Processing Manage.
ment Association of Chicago. Dr.
Stitelman resides at 26201 Harding,
Oak Park.
• • •
JOSEPH SCHORE is the new
director of the Wayne County
Office of Economic Opportunity.
He is a former director of the
Jewish Labor Committee here.

BENSON B. LEET, 12800 Oak
Park Blvd., Oak Park, has been re-
assigned as a plans analyst to the
operational readiness directorate
of the U. S. Army Tank-Automo-
tive Command (ATAC) in Warren.
Leet has 16 years of experience
in civil defense areas as a senior
medical aide, a medical self-help
instructor, and appointment as
auxiliary captain of Engine 21, De-
troit Fire Department.
• • •
Mrs. MILDRED F. STERN, so-
cial service consultant at the Me-
tropolitan Society of the Blind,
is presenting a paper at the con-
vention of American Association of
Workers for the Blind in Miami
Beach. Mrs. Stern's paper, "Use
of Supervision," discusses super-
vision with regard to home teach-
ers and social workers for the
blind.

Detroiter to Head
American Assn. of
Foot Specialists

DR. SIDNEY Z. LEIB

Dr. Sidney Z. Leib, surgical
and foot specialist,
podiatrist
whose office is at 15228 W. Seven
Mile, was elected national presi-
dent of the American Association
of Foot Specialists at its recent
annual national convention in
Washington, D.C.
Dr. Leib has held all national
offices and was national president-
elect in 1966.
At present, Dr. Leib also holds
the office of vice president of the
National College of Foot Surgeons.

Israeli Air Force Pilot to Address Industrialists

Lt. Col. Joash Tsiddon- Cbatto,
Israeli Air Force (Ret.) manag-
ing director of E. W. Bliss Co.
(Israel), will speak to a group of
industrialists at a dinner here at
the Statler Hil
"- 1
ton Hotel 6:304
p.m. Tuesday.
Bliss - Israel,
with a plant in
Natanya, is a
subsidiary of E.
W. Bliss Co.,
Canton, 0., a di-
versified m a n u-
facturer of me-
talworking press-
es, rolling mills Tsiddon-Chatto
and mill rolls, can-making ma-
chinery, public safety equipment,
electrical components, road main-
tenance machinery and aerospace
products.
This speaking engagement is

with the Israeli military forces, of
which 18 years have been as a
jet pilot and Air Force staff offi-
cer. In 1963-66, he was chief of
planning and weapons develop-
ment. Previously, he had been in
command of fighter squadrons and
project development. He flew as
a strike jet fighter pilot during the
recent Mid-East conflict.
The 41-year-old air force veteran
is married and the father of three
children. He is a member of the
International Society of Experi-
mental Test Pilots.
Bliss - Israel's 35,000-square-foot
plant is equipped with machine
tools and other manufacturing
equipment that rank among the
heaviest in use in the Middle East.
The plant is currently producing
Bliss presses up to several hun-
dred tons and can-making ma-
chinery.
With an engineering staff and
skilled machine tool operators,
Bliss-Israel can also perform con-
tract work from basic components
to finished products.

part of a nationwide tour being
made by Lt. Col. Tsiddon. He also
is appearing in Chicago, Canton,
Cleveland, Boston, Philadelphia,
New York and Los Angeles.
His talk will be concerned with
current events and economic con-
ditions in Israel, with particular
reference to its potential industrial
growth.
A graduate of the Ecole Supe-
rieure de Guerre Aerienne, Paris,
France, he has served 21 years

Singer-Harwin Vows
Planned for Dec. 24

Look Carries Story
of Arab 'Peace
Feeler' in 1919

"We feel that the Arabs and Jews
are cousins in race, having suf-
fered similar oppressions at the
hands of powers stronger than
themselves, and by a happy coin-
cidence have been able to take the
first steps toward the attainment
of their national ideals together."
This sentiment, expressed by
letter March 3, 1919, by the Emir
Feisal to Felix Frankfurter, was
published as part of an article in
the current issue of Look maga-
zine.
The article's author, Maurice
Samuel, described Feisal—son of
the old King Hussein—as the "un-
disputed leader of the Arab world"
in his time. Frankfurter, later a
U.S. Supreme Court justice, was a
member of the Zionist delegation
to the Paris Peace Conference of
1919.
The letter continues:
"We Arabs, especially the edu-
cated among us, look with the
deepest sympathy on the Zionist
movement. Our deputation here
in Paris is fully acquainted with
the proposals submitted yester-
day by the Zionist Organization
to the Peace Conference, and we
regard them as moderate and
proper. We will do our best, in
so far as we are concerned, to
help them through: we will wish
the Jews a most hearty welcome
home.
"With the chiefs of your move-
ment, especially with Dr. (Chaim)
Weizmann, we have had and con-
tinue to have the closest relations.
He has been a great helper to our
cause. . . .
"People less informed and less
reponsible than our leaders and
yours, ignoring the need for coop-
eration of the Arabs and Zionists,
have been trying to explain the
local difficulties that must neces-
sarily arise in Palestine at the
early stages of our movements....
"I look forward, and my people
with me look forward, to a future
in which we are mutually inter-
ested may once again take their
places in the community of the
civilized people of the world."

Israel

By ESTHER BUCHSBAUM
(Editor's Note: Esther, 11, who
lives in Montreal, wrote this
poem and sent it to her cousin,
Mrs. Daniel Weinbaum, in Oak
Park. Esther's mother is a con-
centration camp survivor and
has relatives in Ein Hashofet,
Israel.)
Tam O'Shanter. Rally
Way down in the Middle East,
Nets $32,000 in Bonds Where things are mostly sand;
There stands a tiny strip of green,
Tam O'Shanter Country Club
Land .. .
members at a recent Israel Bond That is called the Jewish
Emergency Campaign gathering The Jews that first came there,
purchased $32,000 in Israel Bonds. Did everything they could;
Active in organizing the affair They began to build a land,
were Joseph Brave r, Nelson So rich, so free, so good ! .. .
Dembs, Irving Auslander, presi-
dent of the club, and George M. The Arabs are trying to get
this land,
Zeltzer. It was a spontaneous
gathering initiated by the group It's happening today;
of leaders in response to the criti- But the Jewish people will
not give up,
cal needs of Israel in restoring
No matter what they say !
its war-torn economy.

PRESENTS

Hal Gordon
MUSIC

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UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730
Elgin Ave., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Sara-Linn to Frederic M.
Harwin son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul *
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Harwin of Nine Mile Rd., Farm-
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ington.
f e ;1,_y o " Occasion
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University of Michigan. Her fiance 4_ SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ t,
is a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
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versity of Michigan in December.
A Dec. 24 wedding is planned.

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