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March 22, 1968 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Lawrence Gubow Nominated to Head 32—Friday, March 22, 1968
Detroit Jewish Community Council Feinberg Manuscripts and Autographs

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

Lawrence Gubow, U.S. attorney
for Eastern Michigan and chair-
man of the Jewish Community
Council community relations com-
mittee, has been nominated for the
presidency of the council. He
would suceed Dr. Samuel Krohn,
who steps down after three years
as president.
Nominees -for council office and
the executive committee were an-
nounced at a Jewish Community
Council delegate assembly March
14.
For the first time, a woman's
name has been placed on the bal-
lot. Mrs. Samuel Linden was nomi-
nated as a vice president, along
with Avern L. Cohn and George
M. Zeltzer. Edwin Shifrin was
named for secretary and Hubert
J. Sidlow, treasurer.
Nominated for a three-year term
on the executive committee were
Robert Alpern, Mandell Berman,
Harold Berry, Morris Brandwine,
Rabbi Irwin Groner, Mrs. Jerome
Grossman, Sidney Guyer, Rabbi
Mordecai Halpern, Dr. Shmarya
Kleinman, Morris Lieberman,
Bernard Panush, Irving Pokemp-
ner, David I. Rosin, Rabbi A. Irv-
ing Schnipper, Mrs. Leonard Sims
and Irving Steinman.
Mrs. Albert Rosenblum was
nominated for a two-year term and
Erwin Bunin and Harley Selling to
one-year terms on the executive
committee.
Sidney M. Shevitz, chairman of
the nominating committee, made
the announcement and said that
names for office can still be sub-
mitted by petition until 5 p.m.
April 3 at the office of the Jewish
Community Council. Petition forms
are available there.
Delegates adopted a resolu-
tion supporting the Jewish Pub-
lication Society and encouraging
membership in the society which
publishes works of Judaica. Hu-
bert Sidlow, chairman of the in-
ternal relations committee, of-
fered the services of Community
Council leaders to speak to
member organizations interested
in the work of JPS.
Guest speaker at the assembly,
I. L. Kenen, editor of the Near
East Report, presented a political
outline of Middle Eastern affairs
for the past 20 years. He said this
election year in the U.S. is a cru-
cial one for Israel and her friends
here must express their sentiments
to candidates for office. President
Johnson has much support from
American Jewry because of his
friendly policy toward Israel, said
Kenen, who added that he doubts
Mr. Johnson would risk that sup-
port by a change in policy.
port

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JACK BIGELMAN, commander
of the Detroit Police Reserves at
Livernois Station, precinct 10, says
that a new class in reserves will
be started in April. . . Complete
training program for recruits be-
tween ages 29 and 45 consists of
every phase of police operations,
including first aid. . . . Also use
of fire arms, desk training, com-
munications, scout car, etc. . . .
Applications, which can be made
at any p r e c i n c t, are cleared
through the FBI. . One of the
biggest factors in the police re-
serves is combating lack of com-
munication between police and the
man on the street. . . . Average
citizens have no knowledge or un-
derstanding of police work, there-
fore respect is lacking, mainly
among juveniles. . . . Jack feels
that parents who join will be more
capable of explaining police work.
. Call Jack either at the sta-
tion or at home, DI 2-2206.
It's Jerry
TYPO ERRATA
Kurtis, not Kutris, as wrongly
typed in last week's column on
CKLW-TV's Safari to Las Vegas.
ONE DAY RECENTLY, Larry
Crantz noticed an old car parked
near his on a parking lot. . . . It
probably ran on love and coaxing,
says Larry, but it sported two
brand-new snow tires. . . . On one
tire was written in white chalk,
"To Ruth with love, Bill," . . .
and on the other was written,
"Happy Birthday, Bill. Love,
Ruth."
READER WHO GIVES name but
prefers anonymity sends in these
gems of wisdom . . . "Humility
disappears as soon as you talk
about it" . . . and "Our only quar-
rel with an inferiority complex is
that the people who need one
never have it."
ANNE RENEE KRUGER. 21'a-
year-old daughter of Carol and
David Kruger, was staying with
grandma Ida Wolfe in Southfield
on a Saturday. . . . Anne asked
for a pencil and paper so she
could write, and her grandmother
said, "Annie, you shouldn't write
on Shabbos." . .. "But grandma,"
replied Anne, "I don't want to
write on Shabbos, I want to write
on paper."
STYLE SHOW BY North Park
Towers Barbers is slated for some
time in May in the high-rise pent-
house. . . . Interested gents in-
elude Craig Smith, Jack and Shelly
Abramson, Harold S a r k o and
Meyer Fishman, to name just a
few. . . . Promises to be quite a
show. . . . One of the biggest fea-
tures will be the shop's new
wrinkle-removing process . . . to
say nothing about actually growing
hair.
COMMUNITY SCENE . . . a
woman wearing a hat that'll never
go out of style . . . it'll just look
ridiculous year after year. . . . The
elderly lady telling Merle Barak-
man of WKBD-TV (Ch. 50) that
she thought the United Nations
was a good thing, "but it's a pity
they have so many foreigners in
it!"
CLASS REUNIONS REVIEW ...
Oak Park High '58, May 11, at
Hillcrest Country Club. . . . Con-
tact Barbara (Pelavin) Eskin,
549-1014, or Norman Gussin, 547-
1031. . . . Northern High Jan. '33,
May 8, at Raleigh House. . . . Call
Edith (Shook) Shevitz, UN 3-4760
or Margaret (Salitar) Kaner, UN
3-1558. . . . Central High June '48,
June 5, at Hillcrest. . • Phone
Ann (Lesnick) Carron, KE 5-8159
'
. if. no answer,. DI 1-3700

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The editor sees a "desperate"
Hussein who possibly would break
from Egypt's President Nasser; a
Soviet Union which suffered a bit-
ter defeat in the Six-Day War but
wants to "keep the pot boiling" in
the Middle East; and a Nasser who
does not enjoy the unquestioned
popularity he once had among his
people.

Go on Sale in New York on April 2-3

More than 700 valuable items
An impressive volume, "The
from the collection of autographs Library of Charles E. Feinberg,"
and manuscripts from the library has been published as a guide for
of Charles E. Feinberg will go on the hundreds of buyers who are
sale April 2 at Parke-Bernet Gal- expected at the auction from all
leries, 980 Madison, New York.
over the country.
The sale, which will continue for
two days, in the form of a public
VICTOR BORGE, who performs
auction, will be conducted by at Masonic Auditorium 8:20 p.m.
prominent New York auctioneers.
April 6, arrived in America in 1940
Included in the collection are without a word of English and,
works by James Joyce, Israel what he terms "embarrassingly
Zangwill, Abraham Lincoln, Oscar low finances." Today he is one of
Wilde, Daniel Webster, John the most highly paid and success-
Quincy Adams, Ralph Waldo ful performers of all time.
Emerson, James Fennimore
Postmaster Edward L. Baker Cooper, James Madison, Theodore
announced that after April 6 any Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt
solicitations placed in the mail and scores of others.
which resemble bills must bear a
conspicuous warning that they are
not invoices or statements of
account.
The postmaster said the new
martin j.u_zeil
regulations aimed at deceptive
photographer
solicitations, implement an amend-
341- 9787
ment to the Federal Revenue and
Salary Act of 1967, and require
that each solicitation carry the
Max Schrut
following notice:
For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
"This is a solicitation for the
with
Call Me at
order of goods and/or services
and not a bill, invoice, or state-
ment of account due. You are
Formerly The Montegos
under no obligation to make any
Weddings — Bar Mitzvas
Music for the Young
payments on account of this
We Come to Your Home
of All Ages
offer unless you accept this
With Samples
FOR BOOKINGS CALL.:
offer."
UN 4-6845
TY 5.8805
353-7749 — TE 2-9193
The regulations also require that
the warning be printed in type no
smaller than 12-point in size, and
that in no case shall it be less con-
spicuous than the boldest type used
to print other words on the solicita-
REGISTER YOUR OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS AT THE BEAUTIFUL
tion.
Baker said the department's
general counsel, Timothy J. May,
expects the amendment to "dry
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thousands of mail patrons each
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year. One of the largest groups
Hi-fi, Restaurant and All Other Modern Conveniences
victimized by these solicitations
$10 PER DAY SINGLE
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES
are the businesses and other or-
Ben Halpern, co-owner
ganizations listed in the classified
Airport Transportation Available
sections, or Yellow Pages of tele-
phone directories.
May said that "Millions of solici-
tations which resemble IBM-type
billing cards or invoices for legiti-
mate directories are mailed to
firms according to their classifi-
cation in the Yellow Pages. Over-
worked or careless office workers
are tricked into remitting the $60
to $85 fee thinking it requires a
IN THE HALL, HOTEL OR SYNAGOGUE
bill which must be paid."

New Postal Rules:
Mail Solicitations
Must State Aims

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