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May 16, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-16

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32 Friday, May 16, 1969


Panush Re-Elected ZOD President

Seminary Patrons Ginns-Krowitz, Rites
Scheduled for August
to Install Karbal
as Its Chairman

Kahn Firm Shortens
Name, Adds Associates

tivities by the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America to offset the
Morris Karbal will be installed
spreadhig anti-Israel propagan-
as chairman of the Detroit Com-
Panusi reported on plans to send mittee for the Greater Seminary,
several y. ,uths to Israel for studies at a Standard City Club reception
at the Kfar Siver and Mollie Good- ' in his honor, 4:30 p.m., June 9.
The event is sponsored by the
man High School this summer.
The new ZOD officers will be in- Detroit chapter of the Jewish
Theological Seminary's National
stalled at a dinner June 4,

Zionist cultural Center. Guest Patrons Society.
speaker will be Benad Avital of the
Speaking in behalf of the semin-
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. ary administration, Dr. Max Arzt,
Reservations can be matte at the its vice-chancellor, stated that
ZOD office, 353-3636.
"Morris Karbal's lifelong devotion
,o Jewish education and to Jewish


Louis Panush was re-elected
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit at the annual meet- ,
ing in the Zionist Cultural Center,
Southfield. May 8.
Richard B. Kramer again serves
as chairman of the executive com-
Vice presidents are Dr. Alex S.
Friedlaender, Dr. Sanford A. Ben-
nett, Dr. Sidney Friedlaender and!
Reuben Young. Dr. Sidney Z. Leib ,
and Dr. Maxwell M. Hoffman will I
again serve as secretary and treas-
urer, respectively.
Re-elected for a three-year term
to the board of directors are: Irv-
ing B. Ackerman, Harry J. Aro-
noff. Sidney L. Brand, Albert J.
Burke, Walter Farber, Dr. Joel I.
Hamburger, Percy Kaplan, Dr.
Alvin B. Lezell, Cantor Harold Or-
bach, Leonard Radner and Abe
New members of the board elect-
ed for a three-year term are: Dr.
Robert J. Baruch, Judge Irwin
Burdick. David' S. Tanzman and
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Starkman.

In his annual report, Panush
outlined the activities of the past
year and placed emphasis on the
needs to increase interest in the
Zionist movement among the
youth and to provide adequate
support for public relations ac-

Most Bakeries
Open After Strike

Campus Rebellion,
South End Aired
in Public Debate

communal endeavors eminently
qualifies him for this important
post. The assumption of the Detroit
chairmanship by so beloved and
respected a leader places the sem-
inary effort in excellent hands."
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glans of
Karbal serves on the national Jeanette Ave. Southfield, announce
Leslie R. Schmeir, former Wayne seminary board of overseers and the betrothal of their daughter Bar-
State University Alumni Associa- is a charter member of its Patrons bara Ellen to Howard M. Krowitz,
tion president, charged last Friday Society.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krowitz
that WSU President William R.
For many years a trustee of of Hubbell Ave.
Keast, seeking to avoid a confron- Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Karbal re-
An August wedding date has been
tation at all costs, has forfeited the cently was elected its secretary,
campus paper, financed by public

and is also a member of Beth
funds, to "disseminate lies calcu- Achim. He is a director of the
lated to turn group against group. North Detroit General Hospital and
student against student."
the Jewish Home for the Aged, and
Speakers aired the problem of is a patron of both the Detroit
campus rebellion at a public meet- Symphony Orchestra and the Zion-
ing sponsored by the local branch
ist Organization of America.
of the American Civil Liberties
Union. in WSU's McGregor Memo-
rial Building.
Schmier said the alumni have
an interest in the South End.
have received hundreds of calls
from Wayne alumni expressing
The Music Study Chorus, spon-
their horror," he said.
sored by the Music Study Club of
A student in the audience dur- Detroit, will present its annual
ing a later discussion period said. concert 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Tem-
"Just because people donate money- ple Emanu-El.
it doesn't give them the right to
Guest artist will be violinist
dictate policy."
Editor of the South End, John Thomas Ludwig. a scholarship stu-
dent of the club. Zerounian Award
Watson. whose term expires June
30, said the college revolution is winner and former concertmaster
part of "a worldwide revolution of both the Wayne Summer Or-

He said progressive students
have discovered from Blacks "If
you haven't got some force to meet
the force flitted against you. you're
going to lose everytime."
"Established procedure alone is
the instrument capable of bringing
lasting results ... and that's why.
Mr. Watson. we will not resort to
force." said Carl Cohen, Univer-
sity of Michigan philosophy pro-
fessor. Cohen recommended read-
ing "The Investigator" by Peter
Weiss because "you must know
what happened in Auschwitz. Mr.
Watson, before you claim this is a
notice state."
Shopping on Sabbath
Watson said a debate of whether
the Jews in Europe were in more Editor, The Jewish News:
of a police state "is irrelevant
I would like to commend Mr.
Abe Fried for his letter in The
D. B. Varner, chancellor of Oak- Jewish News regarding shopping
land University. said the discussion on the Sabbath.
was guilty of generalizations and
Some decades ago, under the
that worthwhile student rebellions
aegis of the Women's Sabbath Lea-
were ignored: rebellions "against
Clarence Seid, business agent Irrelevancy, against incompetence gue a widespread campaign was
of Local 78, said the men work and indifference and against in- started and carried on for just this
purpose: To convince Jewish wom-
a 48-hour week, with irregular humanity and injustice."
hours. He said that while the
The OU chancellor suggested en of the meaning and contribution
men are paid on Jewish holi- that college administrators listen to their spiritual and physical well
days, only with the new wage and try to understand, because the ;being the "resolve not to shop on
!the Sabbath could bring about."
scale will they be equal with students are speaking.
other bakers unions in Detroit.
Varner called this generation I This also resulted in the closing
of grocery and bakery
Three bakeries never closed; "the brightest, most articulate and lof a number
in the then Jewish neighbor-
they are Detroit Bagel, New Mod- idealistic group of students—and shops
ern and Vienna. Others which were the greatest hope for improving
opening Thursday were Zeman's, the world that I have ever known."
Mr. Fried's reminder is so apt
and so timely. Not only on the part
Jewel (Harvard Row). Golden
of the individual Jewish woman,
(Wyoming-Curtis) and New York David the Goliath
Bagel. Three Jewish bakeries are 1 Dave Newmark, a former Col- but all branches of the organized
in the Dexter area, the remainder umbia All-America who now plays , sisterhoods of o u r community
for the Chicago Bulls of the Na- could find no more meaningful
primarily in the Northwest area.
Asked to comment on the new tional Basketball Association, rep- goal to incorporate into their pro-
contract, Gilbert Borenstein, owner resented the United States in the gram, than to convince their mem-
of Zeman's would say only, "You'll 1965 World Maccabia Games. bers to stop shopping on the Sab-
While in Israel a youngster stop- 'bath as the first step in recaptur-
have bagels tomorrow."
Seid said Local 78 was founded ped a Tel Aviv street and asked , ing the Sabbath in all its sanctity

Most Jewish bakeries, which
have been on strike during the
past week, were expected to be
open for business today, a week
after negotiation began on a new
contract with the bakers' union.
The Sunday morning brunch
clientele was virtually paralyzed
by what appeared to be a sudden
action last weekend. Fifteen bake-
ries were involved in the negotia-
tions with Local 78 of the Interna-
tional Bakers and Confectionary
Workers Union of America. Some
100 bakers and bakers' helpers
are members.
The union asked for a weekly
across-the-board increase of $15,
one extra week's vacation for a
total of three weeks and a 50-cent
increase per day for the pension
fund and Blue Cross benefits.
Present wages for the three cate-
gories of baker have been $195.63
for foreman: S193.63 for second
hand; and $164.63 for helper.

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chestra and the Michigan State
Youth Symphony. His accompanist
will be Kathy Yarborough.
The choral program will consist
of numbers by Nardi, Gilkyson,
Held. Enders, Mascagni, Gounod,

Matthews, Rain-
ger. Hunkins and
Frohman. Rose
Bassin Stein is
accompanist, and
Mrs. A. Victor
Bizer is chairman
of the choral
group. The con-
cert is under di-
rection of singer-
composer - conduc-
' for Don Frohman.
The public is
welcome at no admission charge.

Portrait by


Music Study Chorus
to Present Concert

against all oppressors." He said
the college cannot be viewed in
isolation. "What has the univer-
sity done to address itself to the
needs of society?" Watson con-
ceded that this decade's stu-
dents are more concerned with
society's problems, but that es-
tablished university channels
are not responsive to change.

Albert Kahn Associates, Inc., is
the new name of Detroit's distin-
guished and one of the nation's
leading architectural and engineer-
ing organizations, it was announced
by Sol King, president. .
King disclosed that 23 key em-
ployes had been made associates
of the firm, bringing to 61 the num-
ber of those now holding this rank
in the Kahn organization.
The change in name from that of
Albert Kahn Associated Architects
and Engineers, Inc., which was
adopted in 1940, was ratified by
stockholders of the firm at their
annual meeting. Immediately pre-
ceding this action, the AKA board
of directors authorized the increase
of 60 per cent in the number of
"Both of these moves," King
said, "will further emphasize the
teamwork approach to design,
which is a Kahn tradition, and will
strengthen the firm's ability to
meet the immense design chal-
lenges of the decade ahead."


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