THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, July 14, 1967
Berdicher-Keshenev Rally Nets
SI8,000 in Sale of Israel Bonds
'Come to Israel,' Americans and Canadians in Israel,
Plead in Appeal Addressed to North
i Canadian Zionists to keep their
An appeal issued from Tel Aviv' And I will plant them upon their
1 rendezvous with Jewish history:
by the Association of Americans
I To accept the challenge of set-
and Canadians in Israel contains And they shall no more be
tling in Israel and of participat
a call to North American Jewry
ing in the rebirth of the Jewish
"to come to Israel so that in our Out of their land which I have
days the words of the Prophet
Signatories to the statement in-
The statement says that the as-
Amos will be fulfilled." The state-
representatives, In Israel,
sociation is "heartened by the sol-
ment quotes from Amos:
idarity and overwhelming support of more than a score of Zionist
"And they shall build the waste of the Jews of the United States organizations, including Prof. Sol
cities, and inhabit them;
and Canada in these days of des- Liptzin, Jewish State Party; Shul-
amit Schwartz Nardi, Junior Ha-
And they shall plant vineyards. tiny and asserts:
dassah; Dr. Israel Goldstein, Zino-
and drink the wine thereof:
"The time has come for Amer.
ist Organization and Young Judaea;
icans and Canadian Jews and
They shall also make gardens, and
David Breslau, Habonim; Moshe
! above all the American and
eat the fruit of them.
Barzily, Hashomer Hatzair; Aryeh
Gelman, Mizrachi; Irma Lindheim,
Nahum Pessin, Bnai
Akiva; Baruch Zuckerman, Labor
Zionist Organization, and many
In a tribute to Life photogra- but "Paul died where he wanted
pher Paul Schutzer, who was kill- to die and gave his life for what
ed covering the war in the Middle he felt most . . We have lost an
East, George P. Hunt, managing
editor, recalled a young artist, full Yiddish, this type is called a
of life, who loved Israel with a mensch. Paul was a mensch."
"Paul was Jewish." Hunt wrote Malawi Chief's View
in a Life editorial June 16, "and
President Banda of Malawi: "If
during his trip through the East- I had been Premier of Israel I
Formerly The Montegos
ern countries, he saw Auschwitz would have done exactly the same.
Music for the Young
and was shocked profoundly. On If anyone tells you Israel started
of All Ages
many occasions he had been to the war, he is prostituting the
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Israel, but Auschwitz brought the
`He Was a Mensch
At the recent Berdichev.Keshenev Israel Bond Emergency Rally
where $18,000 in Israel Bonds was subscribed, (from left) seated,
Mrs. Ida Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Shapiro, Jacob Resnick
and Mrs. Ida Fantich; standing, Frank Mersky, chairman of the
affair; Louis Cohan, Louis Bassin, president; Rubin Miller,
Morris Covensky and Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond director.
Shapiro was the guest of honor at the celebration and was presented
with a scroll in recognition of his dedication to Israel and the Israel
Need to Internationalize Jerusalem
Questioned by America, Jesuit Organ
Make Your Parly Swing
NEW YORK (JTA) — A leading American Jesuit publication
voiced differences on July 6 with the Vatican policy on internationaliza-
tion of the city of Jerusalem as a holy place for three great religions.
An editorial in the current issue of America pointed out that
"no single one of the world's great religions has a monopoly of interest
in the Holy Land." It noted that "given the international character
of Jerusalem, internationalization is perhaps the most logical solution
to a problem that is of concern to so much of the world outside Israel's
borders." It said. however, that "Israel's record over the last 20 years
in providing free access to its Christian shrines has been commend-
able. If free access is the issue. then we cannot help wondering if the
case for the internationalization of Jerusalem is as urgent today as
it appeared to be in 1947."
girth An 110 U licenients
July 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald L. Herm an (Bluma Lupa)
former Detroiters of Grand Rapids.
a son. Jeffrey Reid.
• • •
July 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Bernbaum (Barbara Silver).
29490 Northbrook Ct.. Southfield,
a son. Lee Norman.
• • *
July 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Ascher L. Eckerling (A rlen e
Leder). former Detroiters of Niles,
a daughter. Elissa Michelle.
• • *
June 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Pearlman (Donna Weingar-
den). 26100 York. Huntington
Woods. a daughter. Emily Beth.
• • •
June 29 — To PFC and Mrs.
Sheldon Segal ( S us a n Mullin).
20041 Stratford. a daughter. Jen-
• • •
June 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Guttenberg (Patricia
Roberts). 18935 Hilton, Southfield.
a daughter, Lori Beth,
* * *
June 24 — To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Lipshy (Harriet Malamud), 19714
Monte Vista. a son. Steven Andrew.
• * *
June 18 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Serving Hospitals and
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
RABBI GOLDMAN L.
Mitchell E. Sabin (Marilynn Ar
kin) 25319 Shiawassee C ircle
Southfield. a son. Scott Alan.
* * *
July 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Serling (Hattie Sue Roth), 27685
Pierce, Southfield, a daughter,
* * *
July 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Howard
L. Stone (Beverly Schwartz). 27450
Sutherland, Southfield, a daughter,
* * *
June 8 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Cohen (Martha Elson), 19436
Meyers. a son, Barry Adam.
* * *
July 6 — To Dr. and Mrs. Rus-
sell Horton (Rhoda Cohen), 29657
Fairfax. Southfield, a daughter,
* * *
July 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
wart Newblatt (Flora I. Sandweiss)
of Flint, a son, Robert Abraham.
larger meaning of that country
home to him. I visited Israel three
years ago, and Paul insisted on
being my guide. Quoting the Tora,
quoting biblical poetry and lore,
he took me from place to place
exuding his love for the country,
for its flowers and hills, for its
* * *
buildings and communal camps,
July 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald for its marchers and its progress
Katchman (Patricia Reiter), 26031 —and for its struggle."
Radclift. Oak Park, a son, David
Schutzer, 36, "was a man deep-
* * *
ly concerned with the human
and it was this—his com-
April 18—To Dr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin N. Sherbin (Lenore Altman), passion for people—that made
15210 Northfield, Oak Park, an him the brilliant photographer he
adopted daughter, Elizabeth Amy. was," Hunt wrote.
Some of Life's toughest assign-
ments had gone to Schutzer-
from the Berlin Wall to John F.
Kennedy's campaign, Cuba's Cas-
TORONTO (JTA)—The Ontario tro crisis and the Vietnam war—
Court of Appeal has rejected ap-
peal petitions by John Beattie, 25,
Canadian neo-Nazi, and John
Reese, 31, a follower, from prison
terms for conspiracy to commit an at 24950 Lahser, near 10 Mile
Road, Southfield, Mich. announces
registration for the September
Beattie was sentenced May 5 to session is now open.
six months imprisonment after a
The n u r s e r y specializes in
trial in which he and Reese and rhythm band, baking, arts and
Robert Wood, 29, were charged crafts and Indian lore. Children
with having placed swastikas on may attend two, three or five days
the homes of prominent Jews in per week. There are morning,
Toronto. Reese and Wood received afternoon and all day sessions for
ages 21/2 to 6 years. Limited trans-
Most of the evidence in the portation is available. Call Mrs.
1David Holtzman, director, at
trial was given by John Gerrity,
who said he had been hired as
a private detective by the Cana-
for an appointment.
dian Jewish Congress and had
infiltrated the tiny Nazi group.
Upheld by Ontario Court
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