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August 08, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, August 8, 1969

Windsor Jewish Community
Sets Up Hebrew Day School

Miss Hornung Betrothed
to Allen Stephen Brown

• •
ctivities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Panush of Cranbrook Dr., spent 10 days in
Boston where they welcomed their newly born first grandchild, Rachel
Beth Panush, born to Dr. and Mrs. Richard Panush and named at the
Kehilath Yisrael Synagogue. Others in attendance were the baby's
grandmother, Mrs. Borris Joffe from Detrot; and aunts and uncles,
Rabbi and Mrs. Ray Shindlin from Columbia and the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary; and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Zelenko from Rutgers Uni-
versity, at New Brunswick. Dr. Panush recently moved from a resi-
dency at Duke University to the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital of the
Harvard Medical School, as a research fellow.
While vacationing with her husband and family in California, Mrs.
Seymour (Hattie) Schwartz of Independence Dr., Southfield, was invited
to appear on the Art Linkletter Show. The videotaped program will be
shown 3 p.m. Tuesday on Channel 2.

The others who lent their names to
the Ontario incorporation docu-
ment were M. Baker, Dr. M. Bern-
stein, M. Sorffer, G. Freed Sum-
ner, S. Lazarus and H. Zekelman.

Eighteen students have enrolled
in the new Windsor Hebrew Day
School, a community-sponsored
venture that will be inaugurated
with kindergarten, first and second
grades Sept. 2.

a

Principal is Rabbi H. Smulo-
witz, 28, who taught in several
day schools in the United States
and Canada. Among his other
appointments, he served as prin-
cipal of the Hillel Academy in
Portland, Ore.

Rabbi Samuel S. Stollman of
Cong. Shaar Hashomayim, a
prime mover and founder of the
school, said it would be housed in
In a statement of purpose sent
his synagogue, although it is not
Nablus Clerk Held as Aid to Terrorists
to members of the Windsor Jewish
directly affiliated with Shaar community, Dr. Rezek pointed out
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israeli author- which was sent to Defense Minister
Hashomayim.
that the school's goal would be
ities are holding the town clerk of Moshe Dayan which said that the
The school, affiliated with Torah "to give the child the best possible
MISS BARBARA HORNUNG
Nablus on charges of participation participants were calling on all
Umesorah, the national day school secular education available and
in hostile activities against Israel. Arab citizens to refuse all help to
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Horung of Yebyeh Aouda was recently arrest- the terrorists and they also called
society, is expected to have an en- at the same time to instill in him
rollment of 20-23 by Labor Day.
an understanding of Jewish life, Addision Dr., Southfield, announce ed with several other suspects. A on Arab countries to refuse help to
Dr. J. Rezek, associate professor culture and traditional Jewish the engagement of their daughter document found in his possession the terrorists. The not a b 1 e s
Barbara Esther to Allen Stephen
of engineering at the University values."
contained plans for a guerrilla at- charged that the terrorists were
of Windsor, serves as chairman
Certified teachers Wilma Flem- Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. James tack on an Israeli army camp in undermining life and commerce of
of the eight-man steering commit- ing, Betty Raasch and Fran Woolf Brown of Burgess Ave.
the Samaria district. It was ad- the Arabs themselves.
The couple plans to marry Nov. 9. dressed to a guerrilla leader in
tee for the Windsor Hebrew Day will be in the staff under Rabbi
School. Most are parents of chil- Smulowitz. The secular curriculum
Amman. Israeli officials said that Irving Berlin on 'Songs'
dren who will attend the school. is provided by the Windsor Board
plans called for an attack on
Somebody once asked Irving Ber-
Hadassah Center Treats the
of Education. Jewish ideals and
June 27, the day an attempted at- lin, "What's the easiest kind of
values taught from the traditional Arab Heart Patients at
tack was made on the camp.
song to write?" "A very good
viewpoint. will be put forth in No
Some 200 local Arab notables, in- song," was his answer. "A bad
Charge, With Success cluding
mitzvot. interpretation of laws and "
Hebron Mayor Sheikh Mou- song is the hardest to write because
customs. Hebrew will be taught as JERUSALEM (JTA)—A year-old hammed Ala Jaabari, joined in a the composer, in his efforts to turn
Detroit firemen are preparing a conversational language from agreement between the Hadassah- meeting in Jerusalem at w hi c h a failure into success, never fin-
their ANNUAL FIELD DAY fea- the earliest years, and instruction Hebrew University Medical Center they declared they were strongly
ishes trying to rewrite it."
turing feats of daring, actual res- will be in this language.
and the United Nations Relief and opposed to Arab terrorist activities
cue operations. Fire Department
in seeking to develop a corn- Works Administration (UNRWA) to and added that they strongly dis-
clowns, and a gigantic water ball munity-oriented school, its leaders treat Arab refugees with heart ail- sociated themselves from such ac-
battle, 1 p.m.. Aug. 17 at Tiger have been in informal communica- ! ments has resulted in successful tions. The n o t a b 1 e s included
"The Ultimate
Stadium. Tickets are available tion with the Jewish Community I open-heart surgery on 10 patients sheikhs and chiefs of tribes in the
from any firemen or at any Detroit Council during most stages of de- without charge.
in Fine
West Bank-Hebron area.
fire station.
velopment, and a wide spectrum
About half the patients were
They approved a memorandum
* *
Photography"
of the community. has been ap-
children, and two 25-year-old
The METROPOLITAN DETROIT proached for advice and backing,
women, each with five children,
FOR THE BEST IN
APARTMENT ASSOCIATION will moral and financial.
have been returned to normal
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
meet 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
The eight-man interim COM-
Family Portraits
life with the replacement and re-
penthouse of the North Park Tow- mittee plans to create a board of
pair of defective heart valves.
Cand ids Commercial
ers to hear a report from Steve governors and board of education
Such surgery normally costs
Children's Specials
And His Orchestra
Victor, attorney who is asking for which will represent the entire
about $3,000, Hadassah says.
an injunction to prevent the city community.
358-0938
West Bank Arabs with heart ail-
of Detroit from collecting fees :
it was agreed that the school
ments are first examined at the
from apartment building owners ' would be open to all Jewish chil-
Lutherans' Auguste Victoria
the collection of waste. It is
for the
dren regardless of ability to pay.
People Proof
pital in East Jerusalem under
the association's contention that
A scholarship fund can be ap-
UNRWA auspices. Hadassah car-
Eyeglasses
the city is acting illegally.
, plied toward tuition. Fees have
diac surgeons and cardiologists
studio of photography
* * *
not been officially set as yet.
, periodically consult colleagues at
19492 Livernois Avenue
Dr. Rezek pointed out that there Auguste Victoria and examine pa-
between 7 and 8 Mile Rd.
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
Father-Son Weekend
are almost 400 day schools in tients there. Some are referred to
862-0660
26001 Coolidge
543-3343
North America, a small percent- the Hadassah medical center for
The group services division of
age of them in Canada. Of cities futher tests, and surgery is per-
the Jewish Center is sponsoring a the size of Windsor,
day schools formed if warranted.
father and son weekend at Camp
. are located in Ottawa, Hamilton,
Tamarack Aug. 15-17.
1 London, Edmonton and Calgary, ; Jordan was unable to provide
The camping area overlooks while a school is planned in St. such treatment before the Six-Day
∎ War due to lack of equipment and
Lake Tamarack, 45 miles from De- John, N. B.
; trained personnel. Many patients
troit. The weekend program will
suffer from severe cardiac failure
include fishing, boating, outdoor'
Largest Selection in the City
caused, in many cases, by rheuma-
cooking and tent sleeping. There
tic fever in childhood.
also will be an oneg Shabat.
Bus transportation will be pro-
vided. Registration is limited and
Under the heading "Arab Raid-
will end Tuesday. For registration,
call Fred Rose in group services, ers: Watch on the Seine," News-
week this week predicted anti- 1
DI 1-4200.
Israeli raids, stating:
"French security officials say;
Fine Torontoan for Attack they have reason to believe that al A new clothing store, ZODEEN'S,
on Neo-Nazi John Beattie 15-man commando unit coin- the first of a chain, opened in East-
TORONTO (JTA)—A fine of $25 posed of Jordanians, Syrians and land, Thursday. Announcement of
or five days in prison was imposed Egyptians has infiltrated France the "unzipping ceremony" w a s
July 30 on Eugene Lawrence, 46, and is preparing a spectacular an- made by Raymond L. Kaufman,
a Hungarian-born real estate brok- ti-Israeli raid, probably against an president, from his New York of-
er, for attacking John Beattie, self- El Al airliner. French plainclothes- fices.
styled Nazi leader, in the Allen men have begun guarding Orly Air-
Port around the clock."
Gardens park here last April 20.
Magistrate Charles Drukarsh re-
stricted trial proceedings solely to German Bishop Defends
the assault charge, refusing to per-
mit introduction of any political Act in 'Wartime Killing
matters. He reprimanded the de-
BONN—In a surprise appear-
fendant for "taking the law into ance on West German television
Memorial tributes are being
his own hands" but imposed a light Monday night, the auxiliary planned for the late Abe Kasle, in
penalty. The maximum term for bishop of Munich, the Most Rev. recognition of his many services
committing assault occasioning Matthias Defregger, insisted he to the community, to Jewish and
bodily harm is two years' impris- was "morally not guilty" for the civic causes, to the Allied Jewish
onment.
wartime killing of 17 Italian Campaign and Israel Bond Organ-
Lawrence, who was in a Nazi villagers.
ization and especially to Jewish
labor camp during World War II,
The bishop has admitted that he education.
attacked the neo-Nazi with a pair passed the order, resulting in the
Note will be taken of his 15-year
of binoculars while Beattie w a s execution, when he was an in-
the Nazi presidency of the United Hebrew
marching through Allen Gardens telligence captain in
Schools and his presidency of Hillel
carrying a placard which read forces.
"Free Speech or Death."
Following the interview, in which Day School.
Interior Decorating
The neo-Nazi was protesting de- the bishop attacked the press for The Jewish National Fund is in-
nial of a permit to hold a public "having jumped on me so mon- scribing his name in the Golden
meeting to celebrate Hitler's birth- strously," the television corn- Book in Jerusalem.
Mr. Kasle was president and co-
day in the park. Lawrence attacked mentator rebuked the prelate. The
him early in the march, cutting his wartime incident occurred in the founder of the Kasle Steel and
Zii c
i ric,
head and knocking h i m uncon- town of Filetto as a retaliatory Aluminum Corp. The late Harold
scious for a few minutes, according act for the killing of four German Trunsky was a co-founder of the
MICHIGAN BANKARD HONORED
. ' 'corporation.
'soldiers. '
to testimony at the trial.
,
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