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July 18, 1969 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-18

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22—Friday, July 18, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

Mark Zacks and Bride Emigration Date A larms Polish Jews
HAIFA (JTA) — Polish immi- and personal valu able s. The
to Reside in Milwaukee grants
who arrived here aboard change in policy on exit permits

the Israeli motorship Moledet re-
ported growing alarm among Jews
in Poland that they will not be
able to leave that country after
Sept. 1. That date was the dead-
line set by the Warsaw regime to
end its hitherto fairly liberal po-
licy of issuing exit permits to Jews
desiring to go to Israel.
According to the new arrivals,
large numbers of Jews were lining
up at the Dutch embassy in War-
saw every day to obtain Israeli
visas. The Netherlands embassy
has been handling Israeli affairs in
Poland since the Polish govern-
ment broke diplomatic relations
with Israel after the June 1967
War.
An estimated 5,000 of Poland's
20,000-25,000 remaining Jews de-
parted since 1967. The bulk of them
left in 1968 when the Polish gov-
ernment blamed student unrest on
"Zionists," launched an anti-Jew-
ish campaign and purged Jews
from posts in the government, the
Communist party and the communi-
cations and other industries.
Though exit visas were issued to
Jews without too much difficulty,
they are permitted to take only $5
lin cash out of the country and must
pay a heavy tax on household items

has been attributed to pressure
from the Arab countries which
charged that Polish Jews were
strengthening Israel, although many
of the Jews leaving Poland with
Israeli visas eventually go to other
countries. It was also said that Pol-
ish leaders were concerned over
the departure of large numbers of
scientists, engineers and physicians
who are Jewish.
The Polish government announc-
ed in June that "as of Sept. 1, Jews
no longer will be permitted to apply
for emigration to Israel 'under re-
laxed provisions.' " -There were
3,500,000 Jews in Poland before
World War II.

LAWRENCE R. PERNICK, Oak
Or. Martin L. Lee, associate in
the department of internal medi- land County supervisor, has been
eine at The Geisinger Medical appointed to represent the Board of
Supervisors on the County Commis-
Center, has been
sion on Economic Opportunity.
.accepted by the •
Pernick's appointment was an-
'olunteer Physi-
nounced
by Thomas W. Fowler,
-ians for Viet-
Jr., chairman of the commission,
lam program.
and Charles B. Edwards, Jr.,
He will spend
chairman of the board of super-
fight weeks this
visors.
summer attached
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:o a team of U.S.
RALPH ROSENFELD, who served
physicians in a
as director of community resources
;ietnam provin
of the Mayor's Committee for Hu-
cial hospital.
man Resources Development and
Lee
Dr.
Dr. Lee plans
We never seek things for them-
MRS. MARK ZACKS
a brief tour of the Middle East, who recently opened a personnel
selves but for the search.—Pascal.
near East and Europe on his re- service, was elected a member of
Alice Wilma Bird became the
turn trip to the United States. He the board of Cooperative Services.
bride of Mark Norman Zacks in a
s

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will return to the Medical Center
recent
ceremony at Temple Emanu-
Menashe Guilah, an Israeli social
the second week in October.
Graduated Cass Tech High worker who has served as pro- El. Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum offi-
School, Dr. Lee received his BA gram and teen director of the ciated.
Upon returning from their honey-
and M.D. degrees from the Uni- Henry N. Hart
moon in Europe. the couple will
versity of Michigan and U-M's Jewish Comm u-
reside in Milwaukee.
medical school respectively. He is nity Center, Chi-
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman c a g o, Ill., has
Frederick Bird of Ludington, Mich.,
Lee of Santa Barbara Ave. been named ex-
and the late Mrs. Bird. The bride-
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I e c u tive director
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Rossien, new director of, of the Jerusalem
Samuel Zacks of Northfield Blvd.,
education for the American Jewish YM - YWHA, it
Oak Park.
Committee, will supervise com- w a s announced
The bride's gown of Irish linen
mittee activities by Mrs. Ha v a
For Good Photographs
had collar and cuffs encrusted
and Preens* Service
in such areas as Ma g n e s, presi-
Cell Me et
wtih beads, and a removable
universal higher dent of the Jeru-
chapel
length
train.
The
shoulder
education, school s a l e m Y. and
length veil of silk illusion was
decentralization, Mrs. Hugo Dal-
attached to a looped bow. She
role of technology- sheimer, p r e si-
Weddings — Bar Mitzves
carried a bouquet of roses, Ste-
Guilah
in education, ur- dent of the World
B IG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS:
We Come to Year Nemo
phanotis and baby's breath.
ban-suburban CO- Federation of YMHAs and Jewish
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Mrs. Val Conder, sister of the :UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730:
operation, the Community Centers. He succeeds
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bride,
was
matron
of
honor.
Brides-
representeation of Dr. M. Bernard Resnikoff, an
.st
minority groups American social worker, who will maids were Betty Dobra and Fran *********Ine*********4Th
in school texts, become director of human relations Hogan.
and the role of for Israel of the American Jewish
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUEST
Howard Zacks served his brother
Rossien schools as a force Committee.
as best man. Ushers included
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA ?
against racial polarization. Rossien
Charles Lefton, Paul Zacks, brother
formerly was director of disemina-
Dr. BURTON LEVY has resigned of the bridegroom and Frederick
tion for the New Jersey Urban as director of community services Bird, Jr., brother of the bride. Jon
School Development Council and is of the Michigan Civil Rights Com- Zacks was ring bearer.
20500 JAMES COUZENS
a former assistant to the president mission. He will become associate
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professor of political science at
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Wayne State University, and join
COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
The American Laundry Machin- the -board' of directors of Urban I
Try Our Barber Shop
ery Industries division of McGraw Era Associates, a Detroit-based j
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Edison has appointed SIMON management consulting firm spe-
Airport 131.1041Sift• Serviest Avenida,
PRESSMAN in charge of sales en- cializing in urban and social prob-
gineering for the Detroit Metropoli- lems.
This Week's Radio and
tan area. Last year he was presi-
Television Programs
dent of the Temple Emanuel South
Hills Pittsburgh Men's Club as well Torch Drive Lists
ETERNAL LIGHT
as commander of the Sandford J.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Baer Post of the Jewish War Borman Selection
Station: WWJ
Veterans. The Pittsburgh South
Feature: Prof. Marc Van Doren
Paul Borman, president of Bor-
Hills Bnai Brith benefited by his
man's Inc., who has been named a and Maurice Samuel turn their dis-
chairmanship of many projects.
Largest Selection in the City
cussion
to Jacob who won the bless-
group
chairman
in
the
major
com-

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merce unit of the 1969 Torch Drive, ing of both God and his father
YEHUDA COHEN. who recently will be responsible for directing Isaac, yet suffered disappointment
completed his work in the doctoral campaign solicitations among the and hardship in his lifetime.
program in curriculum and super- supermarkets and all phases of the
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vision at the University of Port- food beverage industries.
HEAR OUR VOICE
land. has been appointed assistant
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
His appointment was announced
professor of education at Mercy
Station: WCAR
College of Detroit. Dr. Cohen will by the major commerce unit chair-
Feature: "The Magnificent Yos-
conduct a course in research in t man, John S. Pingel, president, sele Rosenblatt" will be featured
Ross
Roy
Inc.,
advertising
agency.
the behavioral sciences, and super-
on this program of Jewish music.
The firm which Borman heads
vise student teachers in Detroit
with comments by Cantor Harold
operates Farmer Jack Supermar-
area public schools.
Orbach of Temple Israel.
kets, Arnold Drug Stores, Yankee
4
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ROBERT J. HLTTTON, president Department Stores, Detroit Pure
HIGHLIGHTS
Milk
and
Wesley
Quaker
Maid
Ice
of Standard Federal Savings and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Loan. will lead Michigan's 8,500,- Cream.
Station: Channel 2
Borman serves on the youth. rec-
000 citizens in their annual volun-
Feature: "The Light" is the sec-
reation
and
cultural
affairs
sub-
teer march promoting Michigan.
ond program in this series of
As the 1970 general chairman committee of New Detroit and is a Dance in a Jewish Community Cen-
of Michigan•Week. Hutton will di- director of United Foundation, ter. The Young Dancers Guild and
rect a committee organization of National Association of Food Apprentice Dancers, under the di-
more than 15.000 people to educate Chains. Boy Scouts of America, rection of Harriet Berg and Sheila
Michigan people about Michigan Detroit Retail Merchants Associa- Collins, present excerpts from this
to sell Michigan outside the state tion. Michigan Chain Stores Coun- original dance drama about reli-
and to encourage Michigan citizens cil and United Community Serv- gious freedom.
to work together for their state's ices.
He is a member of the board of
progress.
governors of the Greater Michigan Summer Lift for Youths
Foundation
and a member of the From Border Settlements
ROGER WAGNER conducts the
Pioneer Women started a sum-
Meadow Brook Chorus and JAMES Presidents' Club of the University
of
Detroit.
He
is a graduate of mer recreation program in Israel
LEVINE conducts the Meadow
Michigan
State
University.
to
provide 10-day rest vacations
Brook Orchestra in concerts next
for children from border settle-
week in Baldwin Pavilion, Oak-
The
Jews
of
Brooklyn
ments who have been living in
land University. Rochester.
* *
fi
Brooklyn, with close to a million shelters that have been under at-
GERALDINE FINE GOLD of Jews. has the largest Jewish popu- tack for the past two years.
Interior Decorating
By the first week of July, 300
Tavistock Trail. Southfield. received lation of New York's five boroughs.
an Education Specialist Certificate Jews came to Brooklyn during the children had already begun their
in special education at the recent 17th century, although the first recuperative holidays in Pioneer
Wayne State University commence- congregation was not established ' Women installations in Haifa,
Oak Park,
ment exercises. She is presently a until 1851. Brooklyn has 320 Ortho- • Peta Tikva and Tel Aviv.
Mich.
During July and August more
teacher-consulVant in the Adjusted dox, 50 Reform and 30 Conserva-
MICHIGAN BANKARD HONORED
Studies Program for the Royal Oak tive synagogues, as well as several than 2,000 children will be provided
Sephardic synagogues and yeshivot. with a rest away from their homes.
school district.

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