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March 22, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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TOUR No. 1 — WESTERN
CANADA SKYLINE TOUR

Special departures on the follow•
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2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, August
6th, 13th, 20th.

Ten Day Tour includes CAL-
GARY„ BANFF, LAKE LOUISE,
COLUMBIA ICEFIELDS AND
WESTWARD TO VANCOUVER
AND VISTORIA.

Tour cost per person (sharing
twin-bedded room) U.S. $510.00
incl. Air Fare.

TOUR No. 2 — CHARMS OF
THE ORIENT TOUR

Group departure dates from
VANCOUVER every month from
APRIL through NOVEMBER.
Family plan air fare available
every day of the week via
CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES
to VANCOUVER.

16 day tour $898.00 from Van-
couver includes JAPAN, TAI-
WAN„ HONG KONG, PHILLI-
PINES, and returning via HONO-
LULU where optional stop-over
can be arranged. All first class
hotels air-conditioned and with
private bath. Slightly additional
for single supplement. Ride the
bullet train to Kyoto. 23 day
tour $1,098.00 from Vancouver
adds THAILAND, MALASIA,
SINGAPORE to your itinerary.

TOUR No. 3 — ROUND
SOUTH AMERICA —
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Multi - departure dates every
month from now for the rest
of 1968 from MEXICO. 21-day
tour includes MEXICO CITY,
LIMA, Peru, SANTIAGO,
BUENOS AIRES, MONTEVIDEO,
SAO PAULO, RIO, PANAMA. In-
cluding Air Fare from Detroit
$1,011.00 sharing twin - bedded
room. First class hotels, meals
and sightseeing as outlined in
brochure. EXPLORE MEXICO —
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— URUGUAY — BRAZIL.

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twin bedded room, includes
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 22, 1968-29

Dr. Nasrollah Fatemi, Scholar Cabot-Kaufman Rites
and Statesman, to Speak Here Are Slated for Summer

Dr. Nasrollah Saifpour Fatemi,
dean of the graduate school at
Fairleigh Dickenson University,
will present "Jews and Arabs:
Historical Survey" at the second
Midrasha Institute lecture 8:15
p.m. Wednesday at the Esther
Berman Building, United Hebrew
Schools.
Theme of this annual Bargman
Memorial Lecture series is "Pros-
pects of Peace in the Middle East:
What Can We Learn From the
Past?"
Persian born Dr. Fatemi, a di-
rect descendant of Prophet Mo-
hammad's only daughter Fatemah,
has had an ac-
tive career as
statesman, dip-
lomat, author
and educator.
He was grad-
uated from Stuart
Memorial College
with honors and
received his MA
and PhD degrees
from Columbia
University and Dr. Fatemi
the New School for Social Re-
search.
In his native country, Dr. Fatemi
was editor and publisher of a
monthly literary magazine and
daily newspaper. He served as a
member and vice president of the
legislative council of his province
of Isfahan, as mayor of the city of
Shirez (population 150,000) and as
the governor-general of the prov-
ince of Fars.
In 1943 he was elected to the
Iranian Parliament w h ere he
served on the foreign relations
committee and organized an anti-
Communist party which defeated
the Tudesh party (Communists) in
the industrial city. of Isfahan.
As a diplomat, Dr. Fatemi
represented Iran at the UNESCO
National Conference in 1948 and
the International Congress of
Americanists in New York in
1949. He was Iran's delegate to
the United Nations and economic
and political adviser to the per-
manent delegation of Iran to the
United States.
From 1947 to 1949 he lectured
at the Asia Institute on the Diplo-
matic History of the 19th Century
and Iranian civilization. From 1950
to 1955 he taught at Princeton
University. He has lectured on the
campuses of many American and
Canadian universities, and he has
participated in many conferences
and conventions on international
problems and Middle East affairs.
His speeches have appeared in the
Annals of the Academy of Political
Science, Vital Speeches of the
Month, Orbis, Islamic Review and
many other American and Persian
newspapers and periodicals.
In addition to five books in
Persian, he is the author of three
books in English: "Diplomatic His-
tory of Persia," "Oil Diplomacy,"
and "The Dollar Crisis," a study of
the balance of payments in the
United States, published in New
York in 1951, 1954 and 1964, res-
pectively.
He also took part in the prepa-
ration of the article on Islam, pub-

lished by Life magazine in its book
"World's Great Religions." He is
the co-author of the Report on
Palestinian Refugees, published by
the Institute of Middle Eastern Af-
fairs. At present he busy on two
research projects sponsored by
Fairleigh Dickenson University on
the "Impact of Foreign Aid on the
Developing Nation."
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ELKIN HOTEL &
TRAVEL SERVICE

Beth Hillel Men's Club will cele-
brate its 20th anniversary with a
Jewish music festival 8 p.m. March
31 at the synagogue.
Participants will be pianist and
conductor Julius Chajes, Temple
Israel's Cantor Harold Orbach and
the Jewish Center String Eli-
semble. Chairman of the concert
is Norbert Robert.
A reception will follow the con-
cert, to which the public is invited.
For tickets, call the synagogue
office, BR 3-0570.
Menasche Haar is president of
the men's club, founded as an af
filiate of the former Cong. Gemi-
luth Chassodim. Its purpose was
to unite survivors from the Nazi
persecution and to help them ad-
just to American life with social
and cultural activities. Native
Americans have since joined, and
the club participates in all Jewish
communal affairs.

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BOOK COUZENS
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Phone: 272-2400

Contemporary Writings
Subject of Course in
English at Midrasha

The Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies, is offering a course in
contemporary Jewish literature of
Europe and Israel, 6 p.m. Mondays
starting next week in the Kasle
Building.
Dr. Samuel Stollman, assistant
professor of English literature at
the University of Windsor and
member of the Midrasha faculty,
will analyze in English the writ-
ings of Agnon, Sachs, Singer;
Schwarz-Bart and Wiesel.
For information, call the Mid-
rasha, UN 4-1115.

M en's Clubs

Temple Israel Men's Club will
hold an open board dinner 6 p.m.
Thursday at the temple. "Detroit
—1967: In Retro-
spect" will be the
topic of a talk by
the Rev. Hubert
G. Locke, direc-
tor of the office
4•.
of religious af-
fairs, Wayne
State University.
Rev. Locke will
discuss the riots Rev. Locke
of last summer, what h a s taken
place since, and the importance
of the recent federal report con-
cerning these disturbances. The
dinner is free to all paid-up mem-
bers of the men's club. Members
who have not yet paid their dues
may do so at the door.
* * *
TAU EPSILON RHO LAW FRA-
TERNITY, Detroit Graduate Chap-
ter, will assist in the induction of
undergraduate members into the
chapter at Wayne State Univer-
sity and Detroit College of Law
10:30 a.m. Sunday, at. Howard
Johnson's Restaurant, Eight Mile
Rd. and Coolidge, Oak Park.
Brunch will be served. Wayne
Circuit Judge Charles Kaufman,
former chancellor of the Detroit
Graduate Chapter, will preside
at the induction ceremony. For
reservations call Edward
P. May, 476 - 9500. Herbert Brener
of Philadelphia, supreme chan-
cellor of the fraternity, will
address the Detroit Graduate Chap-
ter at a dinner meeting 7 p.m.
March 29 at Kingsley Inn. Recent
graduates of the chapters at Uni-
versity of Michigan, WSU and De-
troit College of Law will be in-
ducted.



Leo Knight Heads
State Photographers

Northwest area photographer
Leo Knight was elected to head
the Professional Photographers of
Michigan for 1968 - 1969 at its 27th
annual convention at the Statler-
Hilton Hotel. The
parley was at-
tended by more
than 700 profes-
sional photogra-
phers from Mich-
igan and neigh-
boring states.
A consistent
winner of profes-
sional photo-'.
Knight
graphic honors,
Knight is active in photographic
circles at local, state and national
MISS BONNIE CABOT
levels. He is past president of the
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Cabot of Detroit Professional Photograph-
Interlaken Rd., Orchard Lake, an- ers Association and currently serv-
ing as council delegate to the na-
nounce the engagement of their tional association.
daughter Bonnie Ellen to James S.
Kaufman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Kaufman of Kentucky Ave.
The bride-elect is a senior at the
Orchestra and Entertainment
University of Michigan. Her fiance
was graduated from U. of M. and
attends the University of California
Medical Center at San Francisco.
An August wedding is planned.

Larry Freedman

647-2367

MARILYNN SHAPIRO
PHOTOGRAPHER

Odessa Society to Honor
Tushmans at Israel Fete

Odessa Progressive Aid Society
will honor Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tush-
man, longtime members of the
society, 9 p.m. March 30 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. This will
be a double celebration, for the
Odessa Society also will celebrate
Israel's 20th year of statehood.
Guest speaker will be Louis E.
Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond direc-
tor. A special attraction will be
a movie of the Six-Day War. Louis
Nathanson is president of t h e
society. Samuel H. Belkin is an-
niversary chairman.
Friends are invited. Admission
is free.

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