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March 22, 1968 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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Friday, March 22, 1968-17

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

State Supreme Court Justice
THEODORE SOURIS announced
Tuesday that he will resign on
Ally 1 to resume private law prac-
tice and to implement the intent
of the new Michigan Constitution
to reduce the number of justices
in the high court from eight to
seven.
* * *
ALBERT MIGDAL, electrical
engineer with the Oak Park con-
sulting engineering firm of Migdal,
Layne and Sachs, Inc., has won
first place in a lighting competi-
tion sponsored by the Michigan sec-
tion of the Illuminating Engineer-
ing Society. Migdal's entry was the
auditorium at Western Michigan
University at Kalamazoo.

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seten.
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I

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U.S. Austerity Program. Rules Out Current Plan
for Nuclear Desalination Plant in Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) - T h e struction of a nuclear desalination
DR. J. LEONARD AZNEER, of Bnai Brith in honor of PHILIP
plant.
former Bay City resident, has been B. HOFMANN, chairman of the long-pending joint American-Is-
raeli
nuclear
desalination
program
board
of
Johnson
&
Johnson,
at
the
elected to the board of Michigan
A suspicious parent makes an
College of Osteopathic Medicine in Waldorf-Astoria, New York, April has fallen victim, temporarily at artful child.-Haliburton.
Pontiac. While in Bay City, he 10. All proceeds of the dinner will least, to America's balance of pay-
served as vice-chairman of the be used to advance the organiza- ments difficulties and the drive to
committee on juvenile delinquency tion's youth services. Reservations cut expenditures not required by
and as human relations consultant are $124 per person, in commemo- the Vietnam war, high government
to the American Red Cross. A ration of the 12th anniversary of officials disclosed.
graduate of Yeshiva University, the founding of Bnai Brith.
An authority who approved the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
* * *
feasibility study said that the ad-
America a n d the University of
Yeshiva College Alumni Asso- ministration favored implementa-
Pittsburgh, Dr. Azneer has a doc- ciation will present the 12th annual tion of the plan to build a dual-
toral degree in education and is Bernard Revel memorial awards purpose nuclear desalting plant in
associate professor of education at in recognition of distinguished Israel but has decided to defer any
Youngstown State University in achievement to three alumni at the further financial commitment be-
Ohio.
association's annual dinner, March cause of the war in Vietnam and
* * *
We didn't say this about the Shera-
31,
at Albert Einstein College of economic considerations.
Miriam R. Ephraim of New
ton-Tel Aviv. Hundreds of visiting
Hopes had been entertained by
York, who served as director of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y. The hon- Israelis for an American loan that
tourists did - when polled by a lead-
orees
are
NATHAN
LEWIN,
Wash-
program services of the National ington, d e p u t y administrator, would permit work to start on the
ing Israeli newspaper!
Jewish W e 1 fare
Sheraton-Tel Aviv: enjoy its private
Bureau of Security and Consular much-discussed program. The idea
Board for 20
beach beside the Mediterranean, air-
Affairs, U.S. Department of State; of a joint American-Israel nuclear
years, was voted
conditioned rooms, superb food,
Rabbi HERSCHEL SCHACTER, desalination venture was first pro-
nearby golf, spectacular entertain-
the first winner
Bronx, president, Religious Zion- posed by President Johnson in
ment in the hotel's own night-
of t h e Florence
ists of America, chairman of Con- spring 1964.
club. For Insured Reserva-
G. Heller Award.
ference of Presidents of Major
The shelving of the undertaking
tions at Guaranteed
Na med after
American Jewish Organizations; is still not officially confirmed.
Rates, see your
Mrs. Heller, late
and Dr. ALVIN I. SCHIFF, Ocean- Officials said that it would techni-
Travel Agent Or
president of
side, L.I., chairman of the de- cally remain "under consideration."
tall WO 1-8000.
JWB, the award
partment of religious education of But actually, the President's new
W a s established
Yeshiva University's F e r k a u f austerity program would rule out
in recognition of
Graduate School of Humanities the loan of dollars to Israel or any
"a distinguished
and Social Sciences.
large outlay to implement the con-
career of profes-
-
sional contribu
tion i n JWB's Miss Ephraim
field of work." The award will be
presented at the banquet session
of the JWB national biennial con-
vention in San Francisco, April 27.
* *
Rabbi STANLEY M. DAVIDS of
Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jes-
hurun, Milwaukee, Wis., will rep-
resent the Jewish Chautauqua
Society as lecturer at Suomi Col-
lege, Hancock, Mich., April 1. The
rabbi will speak in assembly at
10:45 a.m. on the subject "Freud
and the Rabbis: A Look at Man."
* * *
Rep. HERBERT TENZER, New
York Democrat and an Orthodox
Jew active in many Jewish philan-
BETWEEN PARKING LOTS G & H
G 29
thropies and activities, announced
that he would not seek a third
NORTHLAND SHOPPING CENTER
term in the House. Rep. Tenzer,
52, was the first Democrat ever
elected from New York's 5th Dis-
trict in Nassau County. He said he
was leaving Congress to devote
more time to his family.

*\

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-

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*

* *

Gen. YITZHAK RABIN, the Israel
ambassador, gave a lecture Mon-
day on the military aspects of the
Six-Day War as honored guest of
the top-level Institute for Defense
Analaysis. Gen. Rabin was chief
of staff for the Israel Defense
Forces during the war. The host
was Gen. Maxwell Taylor, presi-
dent of the institute, who previous-
ly served as chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff and as U.S. ambas-
sador to South Vietnam.
* * *
Max M. Fisher of Detroit has
been named chairman of the 1968
national annual
meeting of the
American Jewish
Committee by
Morris B. Abram,
president. Fisher
has been closely
associated f o r
many years with
the national lead-
ership of th e
American Jewish
Committee's Ap-
peal for Human
Relations. F o r
the past three
years he has been
Fisher
general c h a i r-
m a n of the National United Jew-
ish Appeal. The 62nd annual AJC
meeting will take place May 23-26
at Americana Hotel, New York.
*
*
PHILIP J. LEVIN of New York
City and Warren, N.J., attorney
and developer of shopping centers,
has accepted chairmanship of the
committee of sponsors for the hu-
manitarian award dinner to be

-

DISPOSAL
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PRESENT STOCK EXCEPT SHOES IN NEXT FEW DAYS
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$79.95 SUITS

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go tonight and
Saturday for the
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Dress Shirts go at
Socks go at
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Men's Raincoats go at
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DON'T MISS TONIGHT OR SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P.M.

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