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February 21, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-21

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Friday, February 21, 1969
Council Nominees to Be Presented at
Ferst-GarfieldNuptials THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Delegate Assembly; I. L. Kenen Speaks Scheduled for Summer Staples Will Solo in. Center Concert

Nominating committee recom-
mendations for all Jewish Commu-
nity Council offices and executive
committee vacancies will be pre-
sented at the next Council Delegate
Assembly 8:30 p.m. March 12 at
the Jewish Center.
Preliminary notice of the meet-
ing was sent to officers and dele-
gates of affiliated organizations by
Council President Judge Lawrence
Gubow.
The program portion of the as-
sembly will feature an address by
I. L. Kenen, nationally known ex-
pert on American policy in the
Middle East and editor of the Near
East Report. Kenen will comment
on the political prospects for Israel
in 1969.
In addition to the nominating
committee's report, which will be
presented by Committee Chairman
Dr. Samuel Krohn, Council Execu-
tive Director Walter E. Klein will
review recent activities undertaken
by Council subsequent to the last
delegate meeting.
Appointment of the nominating
committee by the Council execu-
tive committee was announced
by Judge Gubow. Besides Dr.
Krohn, members of the commit-
tee are Mrs. Sol Grossman,
Jerome Selman, Mrs. Joseph
Meltzer, Daniel •Pevos, Irving
Pokempner and Dr. Milton Stein-
hardt.

Under Council bylaws, the
nominating committee will submit
its slate to the delegate assembly.
Nominations by petition will be ac-
cepted thereafter for a 14-day per-

Sunday Reception
to Pay Tribute to
Bernard Isaacs

Bernard Isaacs, founder and
superintendent emeritus of the
United Hebrew Schools of Detroit,
will be honored at a program and
reception 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Esther Berman
Building of the
UHS.
Isaacs, ac-
tive in cultural
and communal
affairs for the'-
last 50 years, is
the author of two`,1
new books recent--
ly published in
Israel. One, "Sel-`
ected Stories,"
has been trans
Isaacs
lated into Eng-
Kish. The other is a collection of
Hebrew short stories.
Isaacs served as superintendent
until 1955, when he became
superintendent emeritus. Known
nationally as an educator, he is
equally recognized as a writer,
with four volumes of Hebrew
short stories to his credit.
The Feb. 23 program will con-
sist of brief reviews of the two
new volumes given by Sidney She-
vitz and Morris Nobel, and a read-
ing of a story by Mrs. Harry Ober-
stein. Mrs. Dvora Klainplatz
present musical selections, and
Mrs. Harold J. Goodman will pre-
side.
Jack Shenkman, president of the
VHS, will extend greetings, along
with Mandell Berman, who will
speak on behalf of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation. A reception will
follow the program, to which the
public is invited.

Purim Ball Scheduled -
by Zionist-Revisionists

The Zionist-Revisionists of De-
troit will hold a Purim Ball 9 p.m.
March 1 at Young Israel Center
of Oak-Woods.
Entertainment has been arrang-
ed, and music will be provided
by Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
tals. Refreshments will be served.
All are invited. Proceeds will go
te-the rstaeli sick fund. -

iod, and the names of all candi-
dates will be on the ballot present-
ed to the delegates at the season's
concluding assembly in May.

Histadrut Drive
to End With Rally
Anniversary- Fete

Friends and contributors to the
Histadrut Campaign have been in-
vited to the 45th anniversary cele-
bration and rally marking the end
of the 1969 drive, 8:30 p.ni. Thurs-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
The program will feature as
guest speaker Col. Shimon Avidan,
a member of the
executive c o m-
mittee f the Gen-
e r al 'ederation
of Lal !in Israel.
He i. a former
,operal. ins officer
"of the general
staff o the Israel
Defense Force s
Avidan and a 'ormer sec-
retary of the Kibutz Artzi Federa-
tion of collective settlements and
secretary of Mapam.
Tenor Milton Reed, who will
present a one-man show of humor
and songs, recently appeared at
the Concord Hotel, Grossingers
and the Latin Quarter in New
York. He will be accompanied on
the piano by Bella Goldberg.
Complimentary tickets will be
made available to Histadrut con-
tributors and their guests. Seating
will be on a first-come, first served
basis. A social hour will close the
evening. For information, call the
Histadrut office, UN 4-7094.
All volunteers have been _asked
to make a special effort to cover
all their cards during the remain-
ing days of the campaign. The His-
tadrut staff will be on band through-
out Thursday evening to accept
pledge cards and cash.

Gordon Staples, newly appointed
concert master of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, will be soloist
with the Center Symphony Orches-
tra under the direction of Juluis
Chajes 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater of the Jewish
Center.
He will play Vivaldi's rarely per-
formed "Seasons" (4 concertos).
Beethoven's Symphony No. 3
"Eroica" is also scheduled on the
program.
Staples began concertizing in
Canada at age 13. At 14, he be-
came a staff solo artist for the
Canadian Broadcasting Corp.,
performing weekly solo recita
broadcasts over the Trans-Canada
network.
He continued his mu-
MISS LINDA FEItST
sical education at the Philadel-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ferst of phia Musical Academy with Jani
Pearson Ave., Oak Park, announce Szanto.
the engagement of their daughter
From 1950-54, Staples served as
Linda Joyce to Joel F. Garfield, son concertmaster and solo violinist
of Mrs. Jack Garfield of Somerset with the U.S. Navy Band and Sym-
Blvd., Troy, and the late Mr. Gar- phony in Washington, D.C. He has
field.
concertized extensively in the
The bride-elect attends Wayne United States, Canada and Latin
State University, where she is America.
affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority. Mr. Garfield, a graduate
of Grand Valley State College, is a M & M's Croup to Hold
history student at the University of Festive Fun Gathering
Detroit, where he is president of
The M & M's, Jewish singles 25-
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity and a
member of Phi Alpha Theta honor- 40, will hold a Winter-Fun Festival
party 9 p.m. Feb. 28 in the East
ary historical fraternity.
An Aug. 11 marriage is planned. Lafayette Towers' party room.
Refreshments will be served. An
admission will be charged.

`African Zion'
a JPS Volume

Our review of "African Zion"
by Prof. Robert G. Weisbord
failed indicate the publisher.
That noteworthy volume review-
ing the historic "Uganda Affair"
was issued by the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America.

Oakland Supervisors Condemn Iraqi Terror

A resolution condemning the ter-
ror in Iraq and the heinous bar-
barism of public executions was
adopted by the Oakland County
Board of Supervisors.
Introduced by Alexander C. Per-
inoff, chairman of the board, in be-
half of himself, Lawrence R. Per-
nick and Dennis M. Aaron, board
members, copies of the resolution
were sent to President Nixon, the
State Department, Ambassador
Yost, Michigan's U.S. Senators and
members of Congress. The resolu-
tion declares:

WHEREAS, the whole of the civilized
world has joined in protest to the gov-
ernment of Iraq regarding acts of bar-
barity in conducting public executions
and heinous conduct towards innocent
people; and
WHEREAS, Senator Philip A. Hart
and thirteen other United States Sena-
tors have issued a joint statement to
the Iraqi Government to allow the re-
mainder of the Jewish population to
emigrate, and
WHEREAS, Representative Martha

Surface Mail Embargo
Lifted by Post Office

Griffiths has publicly expressed her
abhorrence of recent events in this mat-
ter at the Detroit Jewish Center on
February 2, 1969, and
WHEREAS, the State of Legislature
did on the 4th day of February, 1969,
adopt a resolution of protest and de-
mand for censure of Iraq by the United
Nations, and
WHEREAS, the lion. Norman W. Fed-
er, Mayor of the City of Southfield and
the Hon. Joseph Forbes, Mayor of the
City of Oak Park have issued proclama-
tions of protest to the government of
Iraq, and
WHEREAS, the current baseless ex-
ecutions of Jews in Iraq is repugnant
to any society purporting civilized be-
havior.
THEREFORE, be it resolved by this
Board of Supervisors for the County
of Oakland, State of Michigan that the
Congress of the United States of Amer-
ica is memorialized to employ all
available means, including request
through the Department of State and
to our Ambassador to the United Na-
tions, to censure the Iraqi government
and to register strong protest against
Iraq's heinous pogrom against the Jew-
ish people residing in Iraq.

Larry Freedman

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Drama Instructor Picked
for Summer Arts Camp

Albert M. Colman, chairman of
the group services summer pro-
gram committee, announces that
Irene Malin will be the drama in-
structor for Camp
of the Arts this
summer. As such
she will teach
and supervise all
drama classes.
Miss Malin, a
native of Eng-
land, attended the
Sorbonne, London
Royal Academy
Miss Malin of Dramatic Art
and Music and London Guildhall
School of Drama. She is a medal-
list of the London Academy of
Dramatic Art.
In New York, she appeared on
radio and television and operated
two studios of drama.
For information or brochure en
camp of the Arts or other summer
programs, call group services, DI
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Post Office to Auction Off
48 Used Trucks Thursday

The Detroit Post Office will au-
tion 48 used postal vehicles 10 a.m.
Thursday.
Postmaster Edward L. Baker
said the vehicles offered for bid
vary from 1/4-ton, three-wheel ve-
hicles to 20 foot trailers. Although
models range from 1952 to 1964,
most of them are 1961 and 1962
models, and 25 of the 48 vehicles
are operable.
The trucks will be hold at the
Main Post Office garage, 1770
14th St. on an "as is—where is"
basis. They may be inspected at
1522 Woodbridge, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday and 8-10
a.m. Thursday.
The sale is open to the general
public.
All bidders must register at the
sale site where information cata-
logues and bid cards will be fur-
nished. Each vehicle will be bid
separately.

Postmaster Edward L. Baker
announced this week that the em-
bargo on all surface mail to
Europe, Africa, the Middle East,
Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands,
earlier imposed by the Post Office
Department because of the long-
shoreman's strike in New York,
has been lifted.
The postmaster said fully pre-
paid mail that had been returned
due to the strike may be remailed
without additional postage. How-
ever, the endorsement on the
item of mail relating to the origin-
al return must be deleted.

• •
Regular postal service will be
provided by all Detroit post offices
today, the day before George Wash-
ington's Birthday and a holiday
in the feder,al.service generally.
On Saturday, office windows
will be closed all day and there
For information, call the post of-
will be no regular mail delivery
fice garage, 965-3750, Ext. 295.
service. _

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