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March 08, 1968 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-08

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Red Tape Delays Freedland-Heller Rites
to Arab Assistance Are Planned for July
. . .-;
Denied by Eshkol

-

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol and the labor
ministry have rejected charges by
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
that bureaucratic obstruction in
government offices there was de-
laying urgently needed assistance
in housing and employment for
East Jeruslaem residents.
Eshkol spoke in reply to two
agenda motions by opposition party
members—V. Shemtov of Mapam
and S. • Z. Abramov of Gahal
(Herut-Liberal alignment)—which
repeated Mayor Kollek's criticism
and suggested the establishment
of a special body for Jerusalem
affairs.
Their suggestion was referred to
the Knesset committee on internal
affairs which will report back to
the house. Eshkol enumerated
government activities for the bene-
fit of East Jerusalem residents
such as improved health, education
and welfare services, the improve-
ment of trade and providing jobs.
He said that Mayor Kollek, as a
member of the government office
in Jeruslaem, could have voiced
his complaints directly.
Kollek told the interior affairs
committee that jobs promised
"dozens of times" by Labor Min-
ister Yigal Allon to unemployed
Arab intellectuals have not ma-
terialized. He said further that
compensation promised six months
ago had not yet been paid to East
Jerusalemites who were evicted
from the Western Wall area where
many buildings were demolished
after the June war to make room
for a plaza.
The ministry declared that East
Jerusalem, as part of Israel; was
being dealt with in exactly the
same way as affairs in other parts
of the country are handled. It
noted that many measures to East
Jerusalem residents have been
dopted since last June including
the payment of social security.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Former Detroiter Helps
Build Toy for Johnsons

Midrasha Institute Starts March 21;
Discussion Leader s Listed for Series

Israeli artist Jack Brightman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bright-
man, 21600 Kipling, Oak Park, was
responsible for construction of a
miniature ark which was presented
to President Johnson by Israel's
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol on his
visit to the United States.
Brightman is the 'brother-in-law
of Chayym Zeldis, whose book of
poetry, "Seek Heaven," will be
published by Reconstructionist
Press. Both Brightman and Zeldis
are former members of Detroit
Habonim, as is Manias Brightman,
sister of Zeldis and wife of Bright.
man. They have been in Israel
since 1949.
The miniature ark, which later
was given to the infant grandson
of President Johnson, was de-
signed by architect Frank Meis-
ler of Jaffa, known for his dolls
MISS CAROL FREEDLAND
of distinguished character.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Freedland Brightman was in char g e of the
of Rutland Dr., Southfield, an- model in the Jaffa studio, where
nounce the engagement of their he is employed.
daughter Carol Lynne to Robert
Four craftsmen worked on the
Sheldon Heller, son of Mr. and ark, which had to be designed and
Mrs. -Ben Heller of Arlington Dr., built in five days because of the
Southfield.
Eshkols' early departure for the
A July wedding is planned.
United States.
It was designed along the lines
of a Phoenician vessel. From be-
low deck, the animals can be seen
looking out. There are many more
animals on board, as well as a bird
The CASS TECHNICAL HIGH tower of arches like those seen in
SCHOOL SYMPHONY BAND has the old city of Jaffa. Noah looks
been invited to play the feature part Yemenite and part Hasid.
concert at the Music Educators Na- • • •
tional Convention in Seattle March Jacob and the Angel
16. At 8:30 p.m. today the band ,
CHAYYM ZELDIS
will present a patrons' concert in From By
his Book "Seek Haven" pub-
the high school auditorium.
lished by Reconstruetionist Press

Julius Harwood, chairman of the
12th annual Midrasha Institute. an-
nounces that the year's series of
four discussion sessions will com-
mence March 21, with an address

Business
I I Brevities

CHARLOTTE'S, Nine Mile Rd
at Coolidge, is repeating a sensa
tional handbag sale today, Satur
day and Monday. Thousands of
handbags including Tano, Contin-
ental, Milch, Triangle and Caprice
are being sold at literally "give-
away" prices. The most elegant
new styles in the latest spring
colors are included in this huge
sale. Charlotte's Knit Shop features
the largest stock and variety of
fine imported yarns in the entire
area.
• • •
Louis Surowitz, president of
SURWIN'S of Northland and East-
land announces the appointment of
Allen F. Greenfield to the position
of general merchandising manager

Brevities



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Friday, March 8, 1968-33

on "The Rise of Islam" by Dr.
Raphael Patel, editor of Herzl
Press. Thereafter the sessions will
be on Wednesdays.
The theme of this year's insti-
tute will be "Prospects of Peace
in the Middle East—What Can We
Learn From the Past?"
The institute planning commit-
tee includes Lawrence W. Crohn,
Jack Malamud, Irving Pokempner,
Jay Rosenshine, Mrs. Carl Schiller,
Philip Slomovitz and Julian Tobias.
Discussion leaders for the series
were announced by Harwood. They
include Mr. and Mrs. Robert Al-
pern, Mrs. Henry Berris, Mrs.
Sadie Espar, Abba Friedman, Al-
an, Gelfond, Mrs. Nathan ' Getz,
Gordon Ginsberg, Mrs. Harry I..
Jackson, Mrs. Samuel Linden,
Mrs. Daniel Mandelbaum, Milton
Marlyn, Frank Rosenbaum, Louis
Rozenzweig, Donald Schiller, Ed-
win Shifrin and Mrs. Milton Weiss.

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With the heart
(Or the soul)
Jacob wrestled with
The angel
And• found his bones
Whole.
Dissolution begins
With the mind
(Or brain)
Jacob wrestled with
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And found himself
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g ain

The clown prince of the piano,' 1
FOR COLOR CANDIDS
VICTOR BORGE, who comes to
AND MOVIES
Masonic Auditorium 8:20 p.m.,
April 6, has been honored by
Congress on two separate occa-
sions. In 1960 he was honored for
ALLEN F. -GREENFIELD
PHOTOGRAPHY
his humanitarian efforts and in
358 3199
of the Surwin's stores. Greenfield
1963 he was honored from the floor
graduated from Wayne State Uni-
of the Senate by Abraham Ribi-
versity with a BS degree in re-
coff, who paid tribute to Victor for I
For the HY Spot
tailing. Greenfield is affiliated
his role as a good-will Ambassador
Of Your Affair
with Alpha Kappa Psi, professional
To
the
sur-
St es.
t
of ft he U
Unite
n it a
business fraternity and is a mem-
Music by
d
prise of everyone, Borge re f
use
ber of Cong Shaarey Zedek. Mr.
Education in 'Melting Pot' to accept his honor in the august Goldmann to Decide
and Mrs. Greenfield reside at
I
Senate
Chambers
but
instead,
ar
of Israel Aired at Parley
29520 Rutland N., Southfield.
And His Orchestra
rived at the Capitol with a great
HARRIMAN, N.Y. (JTA) — nine foot grand piano, which he in' May Whether to
• •
(Hy Utchenlk)
American and Israeli efforts to ceremoniously
Retain Zionist Post
• Distinctive Ceremonies
SPITZER'S Hebrew Book and
placed
on
the
steps
Specialty!
integrate people of diverse c ul - , of the Senate and then proceeded
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. Na- Gift Center has a new supply of
tures were compared and analyzed to give his audience of United
342-9424
Goldmann has advised Prime Israeli seder plates in 25 different
at the fifth annual conference of States Senators, Congressmen and hum
styles, brought back from Israel
the American Histadrut Cultural Capitol staffers a sample of the Minister Levi Eshkol that he by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spitzer.
not think of resigning from
Exchange Institute at A r den performances that have delighted would
the presidency of the World Jewish Other items include candlesticks.
House.
audiences all over the globe.
Congress or the Memorial Founda- candy dishes, bagel trays, bottle
Dr. Judd L. Teller, conference
• • •
tion for Jewish Culture which he' openers, book ends, Israeli kidush
director, described the seminar as
The "First Lady" of silent mo-, heads, but that he has not yet de- cups and linen Sabbath table-
an attempt to pool the experience tion
pictures LILLIAN GISH will cided whether he will continue as cloths. All items for Purim are
of the two nations in how best to reappear
Sunday at Henry Ford. head of the World Zionist Organ- . in stock.
educate groups from diverse cul- ' Museum in
one of film producer ization.
tures with dissimilar or no educa- D. W. Griffith's
This information was contained
money-making
tional background.
in a statement issued by the Jew-
marvels, "Way Down East."
Dr. Chaim Adler of the Hebrew



ish Agency in Dr. Goldmann's be-
University. a visiting . professor,
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB wil
The HEMOPHILIA FOUNDA-; half in order to "clarify" reports
told the 90 participants in the ses- TION, Detroit Chapter, announces on his recent talks with the prime . be joined by the sisterhood to cele-
sion that he was critical of the the opening of its new head- minister. The newspaper, Maariv, brate Purim 8:30 p.m. Thursday
Max Schrut
centralization of administrative quarters at 14755 Grand River. For I reported last week that Eshkol had at the synagogue. Nancy Jean
For Good Photographs
power in many Israeli institutions additional information, and volun- asked Dr. Goldmann if he thought Israel will sing, accompanied by
and Prompt Service
but he warned of "separatism" teers to help on the upcoming he could continue to carry the bur- Norman Berman. Refreshments
Call Me at
which could develop from giving drive in late April, call 357:2225. I den of leadership of the WZO in' will be served. Friends are wel-
parents too much control of school
• • •
addition to the several other inter- come.
systems.
RICHARD G. CHOSID and national Jewish organizations that
Detroit has 5,856 acres of parks,
He pointed out that "modern so- SHELDON B. KRAUSE, former he heads.
Weddings — Bar Marva'
ciety faces the deep dilemma of at- vice-president of American Sav-
According to Monday's state- playgrounds, boulevards and mis-
We Come to Your Horn*
With Samples
tempting to integrate at the ex- ings and Loan Association, an- ment from the Jewish Agency. cellaneous open space under the
pense 'of the quality of education nounce their association for the Prime Minister Eshkol at no time jurisdiction of the Detroit De- , TY 5-8805
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or face mounting social unrest in general practice of law under the suggested that Dr. Goldmann re- partment of Parks and Recreation.
view of the unjust and unjustifiable firm name of Chosid and Krause sign from his other positions but
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lack of such integration."
asked him to undertake the re-
at 111 E. Nine Mile, Ferndale.
• • •
newal of the Zionist movement by
There is still time to enter the making its primary task the pro-
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Dr. Goldmann promised to let
WASHINGTON—The State De- 10 electrical appliances, including
Eshkol
know
by
May
if
he
decides
a
deluxe
range.
Deadline
for
en-
partment announced Feb. 28 that
all restrictions had been lifted tries is midnight March 15. Spon- to retain the WZO presidency. He
on Americans traveling to MID. sored by Detroit Edison, the con- also asked the prime minister if
8 GAUGE
test is open to women who are he could suggest a fitting candidate
trles in the Middle East.
GLASS-CLEAR
Robert McCloskey, a depart- employed full-time and who live to succeed him in that post which
would
make
his
decision
much
within
the
boundaries
of
the
com-
ment spokesman, said the trav-
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