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August 18, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-18

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People Make News

Dr. LEONARD GORDON, Michi-
gan area director of the American
Jewish Committee, is scheduled to
leave for Arizona State University
where he will join the sociology de-
partment in September. Dr. Gor-
don has served in his post three
and a half years. Prior professional
service included teaching in the
sociology department at Wayne
State University and serving as
community affairs associate di-
rector of the Jewish Community
Council. His most recent commun-
ity relations effort has been assist-
ing in organizing and staffing of
the Interfaith Emergency Center,
formed during the recent rioting
crisis. Dr. Gordon, his wife Rena
who served as a Detroit resource
teacher and their three children,
will take up residence in Scotts-
dale, Ariz.
• • *
SAMUEL N. KATZIN, a Chicago
industrialist and cultural patron,
was elected chairman of the board
of trustees of the College of Jewish
Studies. He assumes the office to
launch an expansion of the college
which was founded in 1925. In re-
cent years, the College of Jewish
Studies has grown as a center of
Jewish studies for students who
are enrolled in Chicago area col-
leges.
• • •
A specialist in international re-
lations and foreign policy, Dr.
KENNETH N. WALTZ, has been
named the first incumbent of the
Adlai E. Stevenson Chair in In-
ternational Politics at Brandeis
University. The chair, which honors
the late United States Ambassador
to the United Nations, will be lo-
cated in the undergraduate and
graduate departments of politics at
the university.
• *
ELIEZER ARGOV, member of
the executive of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, well-known Bnai Brith
leader, has been appointed as the
overseas director of the fund, it
was announced. His tasks include
the organization of overseas Jew-
ish National Fund activities, rela-
tions with world and national Jew-
ish bodies and institutions, educa-
tional programs for youth and for
teachers' councils. He is also the
head of the United States and Can-
ada department at the JNF head-
quarters in Jerusalem.
• • •
Mrs. ESTHER AUERBACH, an
executive since 1962 with the N.Y.
Jewish Family Service, has been
appointed director of student ac-
tivities at Yeshiva University's
Stern College for Women.
• * •
S. L. A. MARSHALL will be the
featured speaker at the opening
session of the 20th biennial con-
vention of Pioneer Women set for
Sept. 17-20, in Chicago, Ill.

Raznick-Garelik Rites
Held at Adas Shalom



Detroit attorney and Negro civic

leader DAMON J. KEITH was re-
elected to another term as chair-
man of the Michigan Civil Rights
Commission today at the commis-
sion's public meeting. Former
commission secretary SIDNEY M.
SHEVITZ was elected vice chair-
man and the commission elected
Mrs. FRANK W. WYLIE as sec-
retary.

The Embassy of Israel an-
nounced that the Israeli consulate
in Boston has been elevated in
status to consulate-general. The
present consul, YOHANON
COHEN, will become consul-gen-
eral. The consulate-general will
serve the states of Massachusetts,
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire,
and Rhode Island.
* •

HERBERT BIENSTOCK, direc-
tor for the Middle Atlantic Region
of the U. S. Labor De2artment's
Bureau of Labor Statistics, will
teach labor relations during the
1967-68 academic year at Yeshiva
College, the undergraduate school
of liberal arts and sciences for
men of Yeshiva University, it was
announced by pr. Isaac Bacon,
dean.
• • •

RUTH MECKLER LAREDO, De-
troit born pianist who is currently
performing at the Marlboro Music
Festival in Vermont, will be heard
in recital over FM radio station
WQRS 1:30 p.m. Wednesday and
again at 3. She will be heard in
solo performances, in duo-recital
with her husband, violinist Jaime
Laredo; and with the Marlboro
Festival Orchestra in Bach's Triple
Concerto in D Minor with Rudolf
Serkin and Mieszyslaw Horszow-
ski. Mrs. Laredo received her early
training with Detroit teachers Ed-
ward Bredshall and Mischa
Kottler.
• • •
DR. WALTER S. WURZ-
BURGER, Rabbi of Congregation
Shaarei Shomayim in Toronto for
the past 14 years and editor of
Tradition, journal of orthodox
Jewish thought, published by the
Rabbinical Council of America,
has accepted the position of
spiritual leader of Congregation
Shaaray Tefila, Far Rockaway,
N.Y.

Writers Ask Bonn to Act on Anti-Semitic Paper

BONN (JTA)—The International Paul Luecke, added that the news-
Association of Writers in the Ger- paper was obviously supporting
man Language charged that the the Nazi ideology and that this had
extremist West German news- I been made clear repeatedly. The
paper; National and Soldaten-Zei- newspaper also had been de-
tung, was anti-Semitic and delib- nounced by liberal and trade union
erately untruthful. The association groups in West Germany.
protested to the West German au-
thorities for not taking action
The largest jig saw puzzle ever
against the paper.
made is believed to be one of
Declaring that the publication 10,400 pieces, measuring 15 feet,
was inciting people, the letter of by 10 feet, made in 1954, at the
protest, sent to Minister of Interior special request of a man in Texas.

THE NEW

40 Ms
jun et
Suburban

MRS. MEL RAZNICK
Elaine Joyce Garelik, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morton W. Gare-
lik of Beverly Ave., Oak Park, be-

"Pull
Green-8 Center Only!
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.

Saturday,and Sunday August 19 & 20
Sunday 10-5

came the bride of Mel Raznick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Raz-
nick of Rosemary Ave., Oak Park,
at a candlelight ceremony at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi Jacob
Segal and Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
officiated .
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of peau de soie with appli-
ques of beaded Alencon lace and
carried a bouquet of orchids and

roses.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Wil-
liam Levise. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Leo Rosen and Mrs. Arthur
Katser of Lansing, sisters of the
bridegroom. Merrillee Water-
stone, Barbara Siegel, Marsha
Blau and Jill Raznick. Flower
girl was Julie Rosen.
The bridegroom's brother, Ken-
neth Raznick, was best man. Ush-

Friday, August 18, 1967-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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of

Designer Gown
Clearance!

Gowns from •
all Juliet
•-..
sent to Green-8
for this

GREAT
CLEARANCE!

ers were Philip Garelik, brother
of the bride, Leo Rosen, Arthur
Katser, Sheldon Raznick, Fred
Weiner and Richard Bloom. Ring
bearer was Ronald Katser .
After a Miami Beach honey-
moon, the couple will live in De-
troit.

Were $55

$24
$49
$69

Gown shown

Griffin Condemns
UAR Poison Gas
Usage in Yemen

was $55

NOW

Citing persistent reports of the
use of poison gas by forces of the
United Arab Republic in Yemen,
U. S. Senator Robert P. Griffin
(R-Mich.) proposed that the United
States introduce a resolution in the
UN Security Council to establish a
Newswomen Give
five-nation commission to investi-
National Award to
gate and take action before the
situation worsens.
Dorothy Fuldheim
Griffin said in a speech to the
Dorothy Fuldheim, television Senate: "The use of poison gas is
news commentator in Cleveland not just a crime against a race or
for 20 years, received the National a nation; it is a crime against hu-
Headliner Award of Theta Sigma manity.
"As an instrument of death, poi-
Phi, national fraternity for women
in journalism Thursday night at son gas does not discriminate be-
tween
soldier and civilian. Borne
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Brig. Gen. Marshall will address
The fraternity is holding its an- by the prevailing winds, gas in-
1,200 Pioneer Women delegates nual meeting in Detroit through flicts its horror on men, women,
children, animals and crops alike,
and friends Sept. 17, in the Grand Saturday evening.
without regard to status as com-
Ballroom of the Pick Congress
Mrs.
Fuldheim
was
one
of four batants or non-combatants."
Hotel, on the subject: "Israel's In- women newsmakers named by
stant War
Griffin called attention to a re-
and What Comes of

it."

• s •
Leading Bulgarian authors hon-
ored a prominent Jewish writer in
that country, CHAIM BENADOV,
celebrating his 60th birthday, ac-
cording to a dispatch from Sofia
received here. The occasion was
in a r k e d by a literary evening
under the chairmanship of Angle
Teodorv, a noted Bulgarian author.
The event had been sponsor e d
jointly by the Bulgarian Writers
Union and the Jewish Cultural As-
sociation.
• • s
MORTON I. ZIEVE, prominent
Detroit advertising man, has been
named with five others to super-
vise the production of all advertis-
ing for this fall's Torch Drive.
• • •
Leaders of the Argentine Jewish
communities tendered a farewell
dinner to Abba .Gefen, for four
years a counselor at the Israeli
Embassy here, who is leaving to
fill a post on the Israeli Consu-
late-General in Toronto.

Theta Sigma Phi President Mar-
jorie Paxon of the Miami Herald.
She was a recipient of t h e
Overseas Press Club award and
the Freedom Foundation Award.
Her autobiography, "I Laughed,
I Cried, I Loved," was published
last year and she was honored
by Cleveland's leading citizens
on "Dorothy Fuldheim Day."

"4,..4.e•J!
de

port by an International Commit-
tee of the Red Cross, indicating
that evidence was found to sub-
stantiate allegations of the use of

gas in Yemen.
"In Yemen," Griffin said, "gas
warfare has been a crime of Arab

against Arab." He added that the
situation is potentially dangerous
because "sophisticated chemical
Columnist Erma Bombeck will agents are readily available to
address t h e fraternity's closing every country."
Sensing a reluctance to speak
dinner Saturday night. More than
out because the United States
200 delegates from across the na-
might be branded as too pro-Israel,
tion are attending the annual Griffin said, "I see no reason to
meeting, chaired by Mrs. R. J. hesitate merely because our words
Difazio of Royal Oak.
and actions might antagonize the
Chairmen of arrangements in- perpetrators of such criminal acts.
clude Mrs. Norman Zamczyk, ad-
"As the leader of the Free
vertising copy writer with the J. World, the United States should

Juliet Charge
Security Charge
Michigan Bankard

NOTE: Juliet can be reached from Greenfield as well as
8 Mile during the current road construction work.

L. Hudson Co., and Mrs. Harold speak out and condemn such at-
Dubin, city editor of The Jewish rocities whenever they occur. As

News.
Among the delegates are Mrs.
Jimmy Wisch, president of the
Dallas chapter of Theta Sigma
Phi, whose husband is editor of
the Texas Jewish Post.

to $225

GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY

a great nation, surely we have an

obligation to do more than the
record reflects to date.
"The people of the United States
have a right to expect no less than

the action I have proposed today."

Green-8 Shopping Center, Greenfield/West 8 Mile
Mon., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. tit 9 p.m.

A

SHOP SUNDAY 12 TO 5 P.M.

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