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January 17, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-17

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SusanBalberorEngaged
to Mr. Katz of Illinois

MISS SUSAN BALBEROR

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Balberor of
River Crest Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Susan Barbara to Mi-
chael Gordon Katz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Katz o! Highland Park.
Ill.
A July 6 wedding is planned.

Sen. McGovern
to Speak Sunday

Sen. George McGovern of South
Dakota will open Bnai Moshe 1969
Town Hall Series 8:15 p.m. Sunday
at the synagogue.
The Senator, a leading exponent
of immediate cessation to the Viet-
nam War, will speak on the "Crisis
in American Foreign Policy." His
remarks will include the U.S.

SEN. GEORGE McGOVERN

position in relation to the state of
Israel. (The Jewish News regrets
the error in title in last week's
advertisement).
A panel of leading editors will
question Sen. McGovern.
The total series will include
David Susskind, Feb. 26; Ambas-
sador Itzhak Rabin, Israel ambas-
sador to the United States, April
21; and the Bnai Moshe Concert,
May 20.
Subscriptions for the entire ser-
ies as well as individual tickets for
each lecture may be obtained by
calling the synagogue office, LI.
8-9000, or can be purchased at the
door.

People Make News

Leo Robert Knight, who operates
The appointment of HERMAN
Leo Knight Photography, 17590 VOGELMAN as national director
Wyoming, has been awarded the of insurance for Bnai Zion, fra-
degree of master of photography ternal Zionist organization, was
by the Profession-
announced by Raymond Patt, pres-
al Photographers
ident, and Mike Funk, treasurer
of America, Inc.
and chairman of the insurance
To earn this hon-
committee.
*
*
or, a PPA mem-
ber must accum-
Eben Fridenberg has been elect-
ulate merits by
ed to the board
having his work
of directors of
selected for exhi-
Gooderham and _.
bition, serving on
Worts, Ltd., it
the faculty of the
w a s announced
Winona School of
by Raymond W.
Professional Pho- Knight
Sibbert, president
tography (operated by the PPA) and of the 137-year-
by otherwise maintaining the high- 'old distilling
est levels of professional perform- firm. Fridenberg,
ance. The degree was conferred at assistant to the
the PPA's first biennial educational president, h a s
conference in New Orleans.
been associated
Fridenberg
with. Gooderham and Worts since
▪ * *
1949, when he started as a sales-
Ralph I. Goldman, Israel Educa- man.
tion Fund executive and a former
s * *
aide in the Israel government, has
DR. EMANUEL NEUMANN,
been named as-
sociate director- president' of the World Union of
general of the General Zionists, participated in a
Joint Distribution number of meetings of the Israel
Committee in Is- Office of the World Union. Dr.
rael, it was an- Neumann is now in Israel where
", flounced by Sam- he is attending the plenary session
uel L. Haber, of the Jewish Agency executive.
* * *
JDC executive
vice chairman. I LAWRENCE M. CARING, vice
Goldman will as- president and general manager of
-- sist Harold Trobe, WJBK-TV in Detroit, has been ap-
JDC director-gen- pointed chairman of the 1969 Jun-
eral in Israel, in ior Achievement Week for the six-
supervising the c o u n t y southeastern Michigan
JDC/Malben pro- area.

*
gram which pro-
vides health, wel-
Rabbi MORTON M. KANTER
Go man
fare and rehabili- , of Temple Beth El will represent
tation services for 3,000 aged, ill 'the Jewish Chautauqua Society as
and handicapped residents in 12 lecturer 7 p.m. Thursday at St.
institutions, and extra-mural serv- John's Provincial Seminary, Ply-
ices for more than 35,000 additional mouth. The rabbi will speak on
elderly newcomers.
"Unity Among Men." The Jewish
* * *
Chautauqua Society, an organiza-
TED LINDSAY, president of tion to create better understand-

Lindsay and Pavelich Corp., of ing of Jews and Judaism through
Livonia, has been named the 1969 education, is sponsored by the Na-
Easter Seal campaign chairman. tional Federation of Temple Broth-
The former Red Wing Hockey Club erhoods.
left winger will head the campaign
team for the Detroit Society for Sander Levin 'Elected
Crippled Children and Adults, Inc.,
Senate Minority Leader
for the fourth year.
* * *
State Senator Sander; Levin of
Benjamin H. Steuerman has been Berkley has been
named executive director of the elected Senate
Histadrut Foundation for Educa- minority leader
tional Travel, a division of the Na- in a revolt of
tional Committee for Labor Israel, Democratic Sen-
according to an announcement ate liberals over
made this month by Dr. Sol Smith, the previous lea-
executive director of the parent dership.
Next month, he
body. Steuerman takes over this
division with arich background in plans to vacate
the field of travel. He has traveled his post as Dem-
over 2,000,000 miles, visiting vari- ocratic state
ous parts of the world, and is chairman. He is
known for his television and radio entering his fifth Levin
broadcasts and articles on his trav- year in the Senate.
els. Steuerman's vast knowledge of
the Middle East, especially Israel, Memorializes Mother
has enabled him to act as consult-
ant to many government officials With Gift to School
in relation to travel to that region.
* * *

Former Detroit Tiger star HANK
GREENBERG was mentioned by
two club owners as a possible
choice for baseball commissioner.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Bill Bartholomay, president of the
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM—Israel has grant- Atlanta Braves, said he would nom-
ed entry visas to a three-man So- inate Greenberg if "he indicated
viet delegation to attend the con- he would accept the job." "I know

3 Soviet Communists Get
.Visas to Israel for Parley

vention of Israel's new Commu-
nist Party here, the foreign minis-
try disclosed Tuesday. The dele-
gation applied for the visas at the
Netherlands Embassy in Moscow
which has been handling Israeli
affairs since the USSR broke dip-
lomatic relations after the June

Friday, January 17, 1969-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Italian Jewish Leader Reveals Wave of Hate

ROME (JTA)—An Italian Jew-
ish community leader has disclos-
ed a wave of anti-Semitic litera-
ture, daubings of anti-Jewish slo-
gans on walls and threatening
phone calls to the chief rabbi of
Rome, Elio Toaff, and to other
prominent Italian Jews.
Renzo Levi, vice president of
the Union of Italian Jewish Com-
munities, said at a press confer-
ence that his organization attrib-
uted the hate activities to an
international movement, possibly
composed of extremists of the
right and left wings. Asked if he
suspected specific individuals or
groups, Levi said, "Yes, we do,
but we cannot prove our suspic-
ions."

Anonymous telephone calls
were made to Chief Rabbi Toaff
by a man who threatened, "To-
morrow you die." Sim il a r
threats were received by Aldo
Garosci, a Jewish journalist, and
Gianfranco Tedeschi, president
of the Rome Jewish community.
Levi said the threats followed at
least 16 incidents in 20 months
of anti-Semitic literature being
distributed and anti-Jewish slo-
gans being painted on walls in
12 Italian cities.
He said that vandalizing of Jew-

ish cemeteries in three Italian
towns last year and swastika daub-
ings on synagogue walls were
ominously similar to incidents in
West Germany, Holland, France
and Belgium. While the telephone
threats appeared to come from
right-wingers, slogans such as
"Jew equals SS" appear to be the

work of leftist extremists, he said.

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job," Bartholomay said, "He cer-
tainly has my vote." Arthur Allyn,
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Greenberg. Greenberg played for
the Tigers from 1930 until 1946. He
was a part owner of the Cleveland
William Lipman of Birmingham
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1967 war.
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Winston, president of Ladies of
Ministry officials said there was
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and
no policy against granting visas in New York.

to visitors from eastern European
countries which have broken dip-
lomatic relations with Israel. It
was noted here, however, that a
Soviet journalist who bad publish-
ed bitter attacks on Israel in the
Soviet press was refused a visa
several months ago.

Women's Sabbath League, in mem-
ory of his mother, Dora Lipman,
a devoted worker for the yeshiva
for many years. A memorial plaque
in her name will be placed in the
yeshiva. Looking on is Mrs. Leo
Laufer, vice president of the

All teaching depends on a cer-
tain presentiment and preparation
in the taught; we can only teach
others profitably what they already
virtually know; we can only give
them what they had already.
—Frederic Amiel organization.

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