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May 02, 1969 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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WSU Law Alumni Name Judge Wise
to Be Honored for Distinguished Work

The board of governors of the
Wayne State University Law
Alumni Association has named
Circuit Court Judge John M. Wise
as a recipient of the ,association's
Distinguished Alumni Award for
1969.
Two other alumni will receive
awards during the school's an-
nual Law Alumni Day Saturday.
They are former Royal Oak Muni-
cipal Judge Keith J. Leenhouts
and S. Jerry Cohen of Washington,
D.C., a member of the staff of
Sen. Philip A. Hart.
This award, first presented by
the association in 1967, is given to
those graduates of the law school
who have had distinguished pro-
fessional careers and who have
thereby brought distinction to the
law school and the university.

served as staff director and chief
counsel on the Senate Judiciary
Committee's Antitrust and Mon-
opoly Subcommittee. He directed
the hearings and supervised the
staff work which led to passage of
the Truth in Packaging Act.
Cohen also has conducted major
inquiries into various industries
and into questions of economic con-
centration, conglomerate mergers
and the cost of medical care. Be-
fore moving to Washington, D.C.,
Cohen practiced law in Detroit
for five years and headed the
criminal division of the state attor-
ney general's office for more
than two years.

Best Customer
in 111.E.: Israel

(Direct LTA Teletype Wire

JUDGE JOHN WISE

The award will be presented dur-
ing the Alumni Day luncheon pro-
gram at McGregor Memorial Con:
ference Center.
Judge Wise, 61, a native of Peek-
skill, N.Y., has lived in Detroit
since 1920. _
A graduate of Wayne University
Law School, he has practiced law
in Detroit since 1930, adjudicating
cases for 15 years as a referee in
Recorder's Court-Traffic and Or-
dinance Division.
He was elected Wayne County
Circuit Court judge in April 1959
and re-elected 1966 for a term
ending Dec. 31, 1976.
Judge Wise is a past president
of Probus Club and former sove-
reign prince of Carson Council of
Princes of Jerusalem.
He received the Scottish Rite
Service Club's highest honor, a
diamond emblem, and was elevat-
ed to the 33rd and last degree of
the Masons in 1967.
The judge is a former member
of the board of Temple Beth El
Men's Club and board member
and community relations commit-
tee member of the Jewish Com-
munity Council. He organized gov-
ernmental employes and was first
chairman for the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit. A former
member of the board of directors,
Detroit Service Group, he is past
civic affairs chairman for Greater
Detroit Bnai Brith Council and
former president of Detroit Lodge.
He also is past president of Wayne
State University Law Alumni As-
sociation, honorary member of De-
troit Police Lieutenants and Ser-
geants Association; member and
legal adviser of Crisis Club; board
member of Wayne County Civic
League; board member of Mich-
' igan Regional Advisory Board,
ADL, member of Lawyers Com-
mittee of the United Foundation
Community Drive; member Labor
Zionist Organization; vice presi-
dent of Old Newsboys Goodfellow
Fund; board member of Detroit
Men's ORT; member of Michigan
State Bar Committe on Court Ad-
ministration and public relations
committee.
At the request of the police de-
partment, he has conducted clas-
ses for police officers relating to
court demeanor and court proce-
dure.
Cohen, a 1952 WSU law grad-
uate, for the last five years has

Friday, May 2, 1969-37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DOUBLE THRILLER
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MOVIE GUIDE

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Pius Erroll Flynn

"THE BIG BOUNCE"

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1:05, 3:00, 6:45
plus Paul Newman, in

Week nights 8:15 only.
SAT., SUN. 2:42, 6:35, 10:15

"HARPER"

4:45, 8:30
WED. LADIES DAY 75e

REDFORD

FRANK PAUL

and his

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FRI. open 6:45, shown 7:10, 11:20
SAT., SUN. open 72:45, shown 3:00,
7:05, 10:55; MON., TUES. open 6:45
shown 7:05, 11:00.
plus

HELD OVER 3RD BIG WEEK
Behind bars without men

"99 WOMEN"

PLUS Joan Crawford in
Herman Cohen's

"DON'T RAISE THE BRIDGE,
LOWER THE WATER"

"BERSERK"
EVERY WED. LADIES' DAY

FRI. 9:40 only; SAT., SUN. 1:05, 5:05,
9:15; MON., TUES. 9:20 only.

LATE SHOW Friday and Saturday
For Schedule Information Call WO 1-7917

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GRAND CIRCUS

to The Jewish News)
"THE NIGHT THEY RAIDED
WASHINGTON-Israel is Amer-
MINSKYS"
11:05, 2:45, 6:25, 10:05
ica's best customer of all Middle
"DUEL DIABLO"
Eastern states and "offers a mar-
12:50, 4:30, 8:10
ket far out of proportion to its Starts Wed.
"HANNIBAL BROOKS"
small population of 2,800,000," ac-
Ladies' Day, Wed. 75c
cording to figures published in
. River
1
International Commerce, organ of
MICHIGAN Bagley9:13 10
the U.S. Department of Com-
Jim Brown, Raquel Welch
merce.
HELD OVER 4TH SMASH WEEK
Israeli imports from the U.S.
"100 RIFLES"
11:25, 1:40, 3:55, 6:10, 8:30, 10:45
substantially exceeded those of
Starts Wed. Rock Hudson,
Egypt in 1967 and increased ap-
Claudia Cardinalle in ';FINE PAIR"
preciably in 1968, according to a
WED. LADIES DAY 7Se
chart listing the 50 world markets
that account for 91 per cent of im- TELENEWS
ports from the U.S.
1540 Woodward-WO 1-0543
Doors open 9:45 a.m.
In 1967, Israel purchased $755,-
John Cassavettes
000,000 in imports the world over,
"FACES"
of which $196,000,000, or 25.9 per Starts Wed. "THERESE & ISABEL"
cent, came from America. Egypt
WED. LADIES' DAY 75c
bought $792,000,000 from the world
at large, but only $69,000,000 from
NEIGHBORHOOD ,
the U.S. In 1968, Israeli purchases
from America totaled $245,000,000 AMERICANA 444-8676 dr"diWid
Rd
358-3920
out of a world total of $1,081,000,
Dean Jones, Buddy Hackett
in Technicolor
Egyptian figures, given only
"THE LOVE BUG"
through June of last year, were a
THURS., FRI., MON., TUES,
small fraction of the Israeli
6:10, 8:10, 10:10
MATINEES SAT., SUN.
amount.
1:50, 3:55, 6:00, 8:05, 10:10
The Department of Commerce
will aim to repeat the success of
12 Mile-Coondge Li 2.0330
last year's U.S. machinery show BERKLEY
HELD OVER 3RD WEEK
at the Tel Aviv Trade Fair with
WINNER BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Jack Albertson & Patricia Neal in
an even larger display at the
"THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES"
next trade fair to be held there
FRI. MON. TUES. open 6:45, shown at
Oct. 5-10. It will feature hotel, 8:35 only. SAT. EVE. re-open 6:45,
restaurant and catering equip- shown 7:10, 10:15. SUN. open 1:45,
5:15, 8:35.
ment, which is in heavy demand shown 2:00,
PLUS Zero Mostel in
owing to Israel's burgeoning
"THE PRODUCERS"
tourist industry, International FRI. MON. TUES. 7:05, 10:20 SAT. EVE.
9:00 only SUN. 3:45, 7:05, 10:20.
Commerce said.
•"Vo• •■ ••"• ■ ••■V"tre"'
Tourist income was approximate- ■■••■■•••■■
Sat. Children's Matinee all seats 50c.
ly $90,000,000 in 1968, compared to open 1:00, starts 1:20, out 4:30.
Jerry Lewis in "THE PATSY"
$52,000,000 the year before. The
& Don Kncrtts in
"THE RELUCTANT ASTRONAUT"
U.S. also will display medical and
hospital equipment, chemical pro-
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o
cessing equipment and machine Birmingham Bj . rmlngham-MI
o aro at Maple
Andre DeLavarre presents
tools.
"GRAND TOUR OF
According to International Com-
merce, last year's U.S. exhibit re-
EASTERN EUROPE"
a
2
hour
feature length film in color.
sulted in $5,097,000 in off-the-floor
A tour of Hungary, Poland, Czechoslo-
sales, and negotiations expected to vakia & Russia, narrated by tour guide
produce an additional S25,357,000 on stage.
of first-year' orders.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 only

C A N D.1 D S

Of Weddings

NEW YORK (JTA)-The Jewish
National Fund announced that a
memorial grove of trees will be
planted in Israel in memory of the
bacteriologist Dr. Waldemar M.
Haffkine. The grove, located in the
Judean Hills, will be sponsored by
the Haffkine International Memo-
rial Committee, recently establish-
ed here.
Dr. Haffkine, born in Russia,
developed the first successful vac-
cines against cholera and bubonic
plague. He spent 20 years in India
and is credited with having laid
the foundations for modern medi-
cal research and practice in that
country. He was a supporter and
contributor to Jewish causes in
many parts of the world.

Whither Education?

NEW YORK (ZINS) - Through-
out the non-Communist free world,
there are 1,600,000 Jewish children
of school age, and only 600,000 of
them receive some form of Jewish
education-36 or 37 per cent.
Of the 600,000, only 120,000 at-
tend Jewish day schools.

Bar Mitzvahs

Sae& 3ating-

HELD OVER
Exclusive Area 1st Run
Richard Burton - Clint Eastwood in

Photographers

UN 4-8785

The Gypsy Look-
The Gypsy Sound

"WHERE EAGLES DARE"

FRI. 8:55 only. SAT. 4:40, 8:55. SUN.
3:35, 7:55. Mon. through Thur. 8:05 only

"PRUDENCE & THE PILL"

FRI. 7:05, 11:25. SAT. 3:05, 7:10, 11:25.
SUN. 1:45, 6:10, 10:25. MON. THROUGH
THURS. 6:30, 10:35.

JOCELYN

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Where In The World Can)
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plus Paul Newman in

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Week nights 8:15 only.
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Starts Wed. Rock Hudson,
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