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April 04, 1969 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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Friday, April 4, 1969-33 j

Pontiac, Lansing Israel Bond Groups
to Sponsor 21st Anniversary Events

The 21st anniversary of Israel's
statehood will be celebrated in
Pontiac May at a dinner honor-
ing Mrs. Bess Stenbuck, who, for
32 years, has rendered "untiring
efforts on behalf of her fellow
man," it was announced by
Arthur W. Kollin, general chair-
man of the Pontiac Committee for
the State of Israel Bonds. The din-
ner will be held at Cong. Bnai Is-
rael at 6:45 p.m.


Guest stars will .be Jan and
Lillian Bart, who will give a
special performance from "Fid-
dler on the Roof."
Kollin announced the following

members of the committee plan-
ning this communitywide affair:
Co-chairman, Bernard Toby;
ticket chairman, Leon Sirlin; and
Mitchell Bacow, Rabbi H. Philip
Berkowitz, Mrs. Harold Bienen-
feld, Rabbi Ernst Conrad, Her-
man Dickstein, Thomas Horwitz,
Joseph Jacobson, Mrs. Irving Ko-
per, Ralph Merkovitz, Jacob Mey-
er, Rabbi Meyer Minkowich, Ir-
ving Prizant, Meyer Simon and
David Utley.

Sirlin, 682-4512.
* * *
The Barts also will perform at
an Israel anniversary dinner in
Lansing May 3, it was announced
by Sidney Rosenberg, general
chairman of the Greater Lansing
Committee for the State of Israel
Bonds. The dinner will be held at
the Steinhaus Restaurant, East
Lansing, at 6:30 p.m.
Members of the planning com-
mittee include Jack Rachman, tic-
ket chairman; Arnold A. Zum-
berg, banquet chairman; Eugene
"Bud" White, publicity; Larry
Alexander, Harvey Altman, Don
Baron, Bernard Bloomfield, Mars-
ton Busch, Jack Davis, Alan Gins-
In a ceremony at Temple
berg, Harold Gladstone, Marvin Emanu-El recently, Theresa G.
Gladstone, Dr. David Kahn, Art Muller and Jerome Aaron Dresner
Kramer, Mordechai Kreinin, Her- exchanged wedding vows.
man Lieberman, Lawrence Shan-
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum offi-
ker, Dr. Harold Shnider, George ciated.
Vernick, Dr. Murray Vinnik, Jud-
The new Mrs. Dresner's parents
son Werbelow and Cantor Bruce are Dr. and Mrs. Harry L. Draker
of Voorheesville, N.Y. Her husband
For information, contact Jack is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rachman, 351-7070.
Dresner of Parkwood Dr., Hunt-
ington Woods.

"Different. Trends in
The Jewish Action Committee at Monday;
Wayne State University will spon- Zionism — Socialist, Religious and
sor a week-long teach-in on the Political," Tuesday; "Arabs in
Arab-Israel conflict April 21-25 in Israel," Thursday; and "Refugees:
the new student center, room 583. Arabs and Jews," Friday. The
All events, which will include an Party, which will feature a movie,
Israel Independence Day party, refreshments and dancing, will be
will start at 1:30 p.m. and continue held Wednesday.
The community is invited to
until 5.
Topics of discussion will include the teach-in, which is being held
"Palestine: Never an Arab Land," in conjunction with the Israel

Student Organization.

Officers of the Jewish Action
Committee, which now claims a ros-
Rabbinical Assembly
ter of 200 names, include Man
Re-Elects Ralph Simon Carroll, president; Anna Betman,
NEW YORK—Rabbi Ralph Si- vice president; Morrie Greener,
mon of Cong. Rodfei Zedek, Chi- treasurer; Ella Norman, recording
cago, was elected to a second one- secretary; Ralph Sirotkin, corre-
year term as president of the Rab- sponding secretary; Harriet Gaba,
binical Assembly at the closing public relations; Rami Amitz-Lev,
session of the 69th annual con- chairman of the Israel-Arab corn-
vention of the international rab- mitte; Bob Rosenbaum, chairman
binic body. of the Jewish-Black committee;
The final banquet of the five- and Joe Goldman, chairman of
day convention honored Rabbi Jewish identification committee.
Robert Gordis on his 60th birth- Dr. George Barahal of the psy-
day. Dr. Gordis is rabbi emeritus chology department is adviser to
of Cong. Beth El, Rockaway Park, the group.
and professor of Bible at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary. Speak-
ers at the dinner in his honor
were Bishop James Pike, fellow
of the Center for the Study of
Democratic Institutions in Santa
Barbara, and Dr. Mordecai M.
Three times weekly, members of
Kaplan, professor emeritus at the
seminary and long-time teacher Alpha Omega's theatrical group
to rehearse "It's Greek to
and associate of Dr. Gordis. Dr.
Bernard Mandelbaum, seminary Me," the musical comedy show to
president, was master of cere- be presented April 30, May 1 and
3 at Southfield High School.
The entire 67-member cast is
Many resolutions in such areas
as international and national comprised of dentists and their
A dental fraternity dedi-
affairs, the life of the Jewish
community and of Israel were cated to various philanthropies,
submitted to the convention by dental research and dental educa-
the resolutions committee under tion, the Detroit Alumni Chapter
Rabbi Jacob Neusner, professor of this international organization
of religion at Brown Univer- numbers 440 members.
In the past decade, Alpha
sity, and from the floor. How-
Omegans have raised more than
ever, no action was taken; all
resolutions being referred to the $1,000,000 for the establishment
and support of a dental school in
executive committee of the Rab-

Dentists Go Greek
for Benefit of

Rabbi Louis Finkelstein, chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, was "scho-
lar in residence" during the con-

vention. Each morning he taught
traditional texts to a session regu-
larly attended by more than 100

If the arrangement of society is
bad and a small number of people
have power over the majority and
oppress it, every victory over na-
ture will inevitably serve only to
Increase that power and that op-
pression. That is what is actually
- happening.—Leo•Tolstoy.

Israel. They also have assisted
dental students at universities
throubgout the country through
the M. M. Fintz Student Aid
Fund, enabling hundreds to com-
plete their education.
The Detroit Alumni Chapter has
for many years supported such
charities as the Northend Clinic
for indigent patients, Detroit Den-
tal Aid, USO and the D. J.
Healy Home. At a recent dinner in
honor of Dr. William Walsh,
founder of Project Hope, Alpha
Omegans contributed to the Hope
Ship, with the pledge of additional
funds raised through the produc-
tion of "It's Greek to Me."
Tickets may be purchased at the
J. L. Hudson. CO.. -

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For information, contact Leon

WSU's Jewish Action Committee
to Sponsor Teach-In on Mid East

binical Assembly for final dis-

lliss Muller Becomes
Jerome Dresner's Bride


12 TO 5 P.M.!


Sunday Only !




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Stamping Across the U.S.

The Detroit Post Office sold
202,714,200 six-cent stamps and
39,063,300 one-cent stamps in 1968.
If the six-cent stamps, alone,
were placed singly, end-to-end,
they would form a ribbon of
stamps long enough to extend
from Bangor, Maine to San Diego,
California, with enough left over
to string a streamer from San
Diego to Disneyland and back to
San Diego.

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