20—Friday, Jam 13, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Richard Kronicks Take Support Is Sought
for Jerusalem Zoo
MRS. RICHARD KRONICK
Susan Lynn Katz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz of York-
town Dr., became the bride of Rich-
ar Foster Kronick, son of the How-
ard Kronicks of Chatsford Cir.,
Southfield, in an afternoon cere-
mony Sunday at Temple Beth El.
Rabbi William A. Greenebaum II '
officiated at the wedding, after
which the newlyweds left on a
honeymoon trip to London. They
plan to live in Detroit.
The bride wore a silk organza
sheath with short sleeves and
high-rise neckline. Appliques of
hand-clipped Chantilly lace re-
embroidered with pearls encir-
cled the bodice and sleeves. Deep
bandings of the lace edged the
chapel train, and bouffant layers,
of English illusion were secured
by a bridal wreath of matching
lace petals. The bride carried a
nosegay of miniature roses and
Attendants to the bride were
Shelley Wendy Katz, maid of honor,
and her other sister Marlene Ruth
Katz. as well as the bridegroom's
sister, Joanne Ethel Kronick.
Jack Upfal was best man, and
ushers were David Segel, Barry
Wepman and Alan Sedman.
June 14—Phoenix Club Spring
16—Council Calendar Commit.
tee Meeting, 9:30 a.m.,
—Council Board of Gover-
nors Meeting, 8:30 p.m.,
Temple Beth El
18—Hadassah Garden Party,
1 p.m., home of Mrs. Jack
—Willowood Twilight Golf
19—Hadassah Meeting, 8:30
p.m., home of Mrs. Jos-
—Beth Israel Board of Edu-
cation Meeting, 8 p.m.
Hadassah's garden party will be
the occasion for honoring all past
chairmen and committee heads, 1
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Jack Shaprow. Co-chairmen
of the petite luncheon will be Mrs.
Ray Engelman and Mrs. Arthur
Silverman. All Hadassah members
In Israel, where the Bible lives
in many unexpected places, so also
does it live in the Jerusalem Bibli-
cal Zoological Garden. Many rare
species have been bred in this
living museum, such as lemurs.
African hunting dogs, cassowaries
This and the zoo in Tel Aviv are
the largest in Israel; all have the
same problem of insufficient finan-
ces to maintain them.
According to biologist Dvora Ben
Shaul, of the Jerusalem zoo's staff,
Israelis have insufficient knowledge
of the importance of a zoo, and
their disinterest is reflected in
meager government support.
Thus, the zoos lack means to
build larger and better animal
facilities and to engage actively
in public information programs
or iq research on local animals.
In a letter to Mrs. Morris Stein-
man of Southgate Dr., Flint. who
on a recent visit to Israel became
interested in the zoo, Mrs. Ben
Shaul outlined the need for an ani-
mal care unit. Such a unit would
contain facilities for the care of
sick animals, for isolation of new
arrivals and for taking care of
baby animals that must be raised
Within the large unit would he
smaller units for treatment, nur-
sery, laboratory, etc.. each one
valued at 81,100.
The Steinmans learned on that
visit with their son and his family.
residents of Jerusalem, that sever-
al valuable animals and birds were
killed during the Six-Day War, and
she urged support of "the valiant
efforts they are making to attempt
to rebuild the facilites."
Harvey Dzodin, MSU's Top Senior; Gives Talk on Unrest
In the fall, Dzodin plans to
"If we are to fill the void," said
attend either the University of Vir- Dzodin, "we must return to com-
ginia or Harvard University Law mon use of those words which have
School. become the sole possession of peo-
In Dzodin's valedictory essay, ple on either side of the great
quoted by acting President Dr. middle. If we are to understand
Walter Adams in his commence- each other's ideals, words like
ment remarks Sunday Dzodin said: "moral," "patriotic," "honesty,"
"goodness," must become the com-
"My two years experience in
mon coin which buys as much for
student government has shown
the great middle segment of the
me that it is indeed possible to
populace as it buys oa either ex-
work through the system and
treme. We must not think liberty is
by organized student power to
defended only by extremists. In
achieve important student objec-
the search for ideal, every man
tives in the arena of open discus-
must use his own best light."
sion and debate. This is the first
step to community government.
"The same concerted effort must
be made in the larger society.
governmental agencies are
Jimmy Wisch Heads
not responsive, pressure from the
Jewish Press Assn.
to make them so. Bureaucracies
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Unusual opportunity. Proven ability
American Jewish Press The
laziness of their clients. It is
required. Salary and commission.
tion ended its 26th annual conven- indeed true that for evil to triumph
All glebes confidential. Reply to
tion here with the election of all that is necessary is that gocd
Jimmy Wisch, publisher of the men do nothing. Governmental ir-
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of the Southern Israelite, Atlanta, the void and the causes of unrest.!
Harvey Dzodin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Dzodin of Beverly Ave.,
Oak Park, has been chosen by his
Michigan State University gradu-
ating class as the Outstanding
Senior of 1969.
Dzodin, a 1965 alumnus of Oak
Park High, was graduated this
week Phi Beta Kappa and with
high honors in political science. He
is a member of Excalibur, the 13-
member senior men's honorary;
Blue Key national leadership so-
ciety; Omicron Delta Kappa na-
tional leadership and scholarship
honorary; and Phi Eta Sigma, Phi
Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa
The American Jewish Press As-
sociation is an organization of
editors and publishers of English-
Jewish newspapers. Joseph J.
Cummins, of the Los Angeles B'nai
Brith Messenger, was re-elected
vice president. Newly elected vice
presidents are Albert Bloom of the
Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle and
Conrad Isenberg of the Jewish
Civic Leader of Worcester, Mass.
Rosenberg will serve as secre-
tary and Milton Firestone of the
Kansas City, Mo., Jewish Chronicle
was re-elected treasurer.
The delegates pledged to con-
tinue working for the benefit of the
American Jewish community and
to counter Arab propaganda direct-
ed against Israel.
Jobs Found for 15,000
in Israel-Held Territories
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Employ-
ment was found in April for over
15.000 applicants to the labor ex-
change in the Israeli-held terri-
tories. Ten thousand applicants
found work in the territories them-
The following Flint area students
selves and 5,300 were given work
have received college degrees in
in Israel. The latter included 2,000
spring commencement ceremonies:
in the building trades. 1,200 in
Howard A. Foote, Flint, received
metal work and miscellaneous oc-
his doctorate in optometry from
cupations, and 2,100 unskilled
the Illinois College of Optometry in
Chicago; Richard G. Roth, Grand
Blanc, bachelors degree from the
University of Oklahoma; and Bruce
H. Saltman, Flint, bachelors degree
from Grand Valley State College.
Yale Smith, retired co-owner of
the Blackstone Clothing Store in
Gail Sell°, daughter of Mr. and
Flint for 33 years, died May 31 at
Mrs. Ira Scho, was accepted into age 67.
the National Thespian Society and
Mr. Smith, 3134 Begole, was born
awarded a school letter.
in Russia, the son of Moses and
Sarah Smith, and had lived in
Bnai Brith Installs Marx
Flint for the last 45 years. He was
Dr. Bertram H. Mari, a member a member of Cong. Beth Israel,
of the Michigan Regional Advi- Bnai Brith and Flint Elks Club.
sory Board of the Anti-Defamation Surviving are his wife Anne, and a
League, has been installed as pres- , sister, Mrs. Joseph (Lee) Morris
ident of Flint Bnai Brith Lodge. 1 of Miami.
Other new lodge officers are vice
presidents, Irving Berner, Ronald!
N. Goldstein, Dr. Jerold A. Mills '
and Samuel J. Winston; secretary, ;
Harry Karsh; and treasurer, Joe
Ted Vinacow, a past president of
the lodge, has been elected presi-
Dr. Richard Michelson received
dent of the Michigan Bnai Brith
an award from St. Joseph Hospital
as the outstanding clinical instruc-
tor of the year.
Yale Smith, Owner
of Clothing Store
Mrs. Harris Heads Sisterhood
At a dessert tea, Cong. Beth El
Sisterhood saw Rabbi Hillel Mill-
gram install the following new
President, Mrs. Bernard Harris;
ENROLL YOUR CHILD
vice presidents, Mesdames Edward
Of NOW IN CAMP MACCABEE
Osher, Murray Moss, Norman Sor-
1st Session—June 30-Julytt
2nd Session—July 14-July 25 it scher, Milton Siegel and Arnold
treasurer, Mrs. Melvyn
3rd Session—July 28-Aug. 8
Wolf; secretaries, Mesdames Leon-
CALL NOW—Flint Jewish
ard Bragman, Sam Laro, Edwin
Elk and Herman Richman; and
parliamentarian, Mrs. Aaron Wes-
MICHIGAN COUNCIL AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
AN AFTERNOON WITH
("THE SHOP ON MAIN STREET")
Sunday, June 22, 1969-2 p.m. Scottish Rite Cathedral
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Larry Kassel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Kassel, will be called
to the Tora as a Bar Mitzva, June
21 at Cong. Beth Israel.
The full report of the survey of
the Flint Jewish community is now
available. To obtain a copy, call
the Council office, 767-5922.
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