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September 26, 1969 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-26

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Holy Day Appeals I1 $1 642850 Israel Bond Sales

A total of $1,642,850 was sub-
scribed in the Israel Bond High
an
flounced by Phillip Stollman, chair
man of the Detroit Congregation
at and High Holy Day ('out
The appeal thus maintainer
record as the mainstay (
Israel Bond campaign, he
"The response was on th
levels as in tin
Emergency Cam-
paign
of 1967
and last year,
Stollman said.
The figure *in-
cludes sales at
dinners, leader-
ship r e ceptions
and other events
in advance of the
appeals. Rabbi Segal
Adas Shalom again set the pace.
Its members responded to the ap-
peal of Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, who
had spent his sabbatical of six
months in Israel, by subscribing
for a total of $700,000 in Israel
Bonds. This was the 12th con-
secutive Israel Bond appeal made
by Rabbi Segal and again Adas
Shadom is the top congregation in
the country in High Holy Day
Israel Bond results.

Holy Day appeal, it was

Congregation Bnai David mem-
bers subscribed for a total of $177,-
25n The recently merged Con-
.4regation Beth Achim, composed
of the former Beth Aaron and Alia-
s as Achim.' was third with $172,-
550. Beth Abraham was next with
S143.250. followed by Bnai .Moshe.
with $125.11f10.

Youtig Israel Oak - Woods sub-
scribed 566.750: Young Israel of
Greenfield, $50,500; Beth Hine!,
$42,000; Beth Shalom, $34,200;
Shaarey Shomayim, $30,350; Beth
Moses. 524.050 and Mishkan Israel- '
Nusach Harie-Lubavitcher Center.
519.050: Mai Israel-Beth Yehu-
dah, S14.100; Bnai Zion, $12,000:
Young Israel of Northwest, $9,500;
Beth Tefilo - Emanuel Tikvah. $6.-
650; Mogen Abraham. $6,300; Bnai
Jacob, 54.900 and Shomrey Emu-
nah, S4.400.

known for his philanthropic and
communal endeavors.
Many congregations, including
Temple Beth El, Temple Israel,
Temple Emanu-El and Congrega-
, lion Bnai Moshe have become Is-
rael Bond "branches" and are dis-.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 26, 1969 -7

Expands Service Area

IF YOU TURN THE

NEW YORK, (JTA)—The Family
Day Care Service, which provides
casework - supervised "care in a
family setting for very young chit.
dren of all faiths, will open a
Queens branch on Oct. 1 in an ex-
playing signs reading: "Start the pansion of its program. Children
New Year Right! Buy Your Israel served are from six - months to
Bonds Here!"
. three years of age.

UPSIDE DOWN- YOU WON'T
FIND A FINER WINE THAN

reed

e- M,'

Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.

We Value Your Confidence

Congregation Shaarey Zedek. will
sponsor a Presidential Toast to Is-
rael dinner on Nov. 16, honoring
10 living past presidents as a
"Golden Nlinyan."
Temple Beth- El, for the first
time will hold its Inaugural Israel
Bond dinner on Dec. 6, honoring
Leonard Simons, one of its most
prominent leaders, nationally

Canadian Jewish Conoress Denies Role
in University Refusal to Employ Arab

TORONTO, (JTA)—The Canadi- an University, Lakehead Univer-
an Jewish Congress has denied sity and York University which al-
that the Jewish community was in so turned down his applications.
any way involved with the refusal
Sidney Harris, chairman of
of a Canadian University to hire the Central Region of the CJ
an Arab political science lecturer Congress, said in a statement
because of his outspoken views on issued here that "to our know-
the Middle East conflict.
ledge there was no consultation
Dr. George Hagger, a 34-year-
on this matter with representa-
old native of Lebanon, has public-
tives of the Jewish community."
ly cited a letter he had received
Harris said, "I want it clearly
from Dr. Owen Carrington of understood that we would not sanc-
King's College, rejecting his ap- tion such interference in a col-
plication for employment because lege's hiring practices. An appli-
"it would be impossible for us cant's views on the Middle East
to have somebody on the faculty or his Arab origin is irrelevant to
who would he openly hostile to the his engagement as a lecturer in
State of Israel."
political science. There are other
Dr. Carrington's letter explained quite legitimate, criteria to deter-
that the Western Ontario college mine this."
had been negotiating with the Can-
Dr. Hagger, a vociferous Arab
adian Jewish Community for the propagandist, taught at Ryerson
establishment of a Center for Jew- Polytechnical Institute for a year,
ish Studies and could not "accomo- and for three years at Waterloo '
date somebody who would he Lutheran University which fired
locked in battle with the Jewish him in 1967 after disputes over
community."
university philosophy and person-
Dr. -Hagger lodged a complaint nel.
against Kings College with the On-
He was recently deported from
tario Human Rights, Commission the Unitel States after participat-
and has complained on similar ing in a student revolt in New Or-
grounds against Waterloo Luther- leans. He acquired Canadian Citi-
zenship some time ago.

Hebrew Union College
Lists New Appointments

w\V';

cso is es

Enjoy the special warmth of
Greek hospitality on our fes-
tive Kosher cruises. We Greeks
have a proud tradition of
friendliness and service arnona
our many thousands of Jewish
passengers. - Fabulous Kosher
menu as well as Continental-_
American cuisine. Either way,
well wine, dine and entertain
you with the zest end love of
good living the Greeks are fa--
mous for. From New York, on
the 23,000 ton OLYMPIA ---.
fully air conditioned/Stabilizrd.

STAY-A-BOARD TO BERMUDA
$125 up
5 days
- Nov. 21
TO THE CARIBBEAN
S295 up
11 days
Dec. 22
. $295 up
11 days
Apr_ 20

Gourmet Kosher cuisine, ssno-
gogue, Rabbi on all our sail-
ings to the Mediterranean and
I srael.
For colorful folder, resersa-
tions, call your Travel Agent
or the . . . be happy

Go Greek Line

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Detroit, Michigan
WOodward 1-5280

SAFETY INFORMATION:

T •

Olympia, registered in Gr. • -
meets International S
Standards for new ship
veloped in 1948 and the I `'),.
fire safety requirements.

The promotion of several men °I
hers of the faculties of Hebrew .
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, which has schools in
Cincinnati. New York, Los Angeles
and Jerusalem. has been announc-
ed by Dr. Nelson Glueck. presi-
dent.
In Cincinnati they are: Dr. Stan-
ley F. Chyet associate director of
American Jewish archives from
associate professor to professor of
American Jewish history: and
Rabbi Norman Mirsky, from in-
structor to assistant professor of
human relations: and newly ap-
pointed Warren Bargad. who has
been named assistant professor of
Hebrew literature.
In New York: Dr. Martin A.
Cohen. from associate professor to
professor of Jewish history; Dr.
I.eonard S. Kravitz, from visiting
lecturer to professor of Midrash
and homiletics.
In California: Rabbi William
Cutter, from instructor - in Hebrew
literature and assistant to the
dean, to assistant professor of
Hebrew language and literature
and assistant clean: Rabbi Lewis
Barth, . who after ordination and
study in Israel was an instructor
in Midrash at the Cincinnati School
during the past academic year. to
assistant professor of Mithash and

related literature.

It's Great =to Have a Professionally Qualified Friend in the Picture
. . . When You Consider the Location of the Home You Buy

OPE SUNDAY

2 - 5

SOUTHFIELD
17320 Madison

An emoculate four-bedroom Colo-
nial has 21/2 baths. Family room
with fireplace. Dining room, car-
peting and drapes. Basement, at-
tached 2-car garage. A -real buy
at $42,900. Ask for Fred Dettore.

OAK PARK 1/2 DUPLEX

OPEN SUNDAY

OAK PARK

OPEN

SUNDAY 2-5

SOUTHFIELD
20059 Secluded Lane

An outstanding area of fine homes
in Southfield. An almost new brick
ranch on a beautifully landscaped
cul-de-sac lot. Three large bed-
rooms, 1 1/2 baths. Attached 2-car
garage. F.H.A. $36,500. Ask for
Dorothy Morlock. 353-9000

NINE-GREENFIELD AREA
This immaculate 3-bedroom ranch

is 1/2 block from major bus lines.
It features a paneled den, built-ins
including dishwasher, powder
room. Many extras, plus excellent
floor plan. Asking $31,900. LO

8-1500

OPEN SUNDAY 2-5

SOUTHFIELD
27096 Marshall

Don't hesitate or this gorgeous
1967 built brick colonial will be
sold. Four very large bedrooms,
21/2 baths. 27-loot family room.
Central air conditioning. Large
family kitchen. Basement. 57x1 17
landscaped lot. Attached 2! Z-car
garage. Asking only $39,900.
Ask for Julie Nern. EL 3-9000

OPEN SUNDAY 2 - 5 -

Contemporary brick ranch. Ideal
family home with circular drive,
central - air conditioning, and
beamed ceilings. First floor utility
room, large basement, 3 large bed-
rooms and 2 full baths. Spacious
2-car- attached-garage located on
professionally - maintained 300-ft.
lot. Very close to transportation.
If quality is a must for you call
and see. this -Southfield home,
priced at $52,900. LI 8-1500

2 -5

SOUTHFIELD
28081 Sutherland

Wooded lot, spacious living and
dining area. Excellent carpeting
throughout. Three bedrooms, gas
heat, attached 2-car garage. FHA
or good assumption, $25,900. Ask
for Doris Hill. EL 3-9000

OPEN

MOST DESIRABLE

3-bedroom Oak Park ranch, cen-

tral- air conditioning, filter system.

SUNDAY 2-5

11/2 baths, Florida room, fire-
place, carpeting, drapes, stove, re-
frigerator, beautiful rec room, plus
bedroom, 2-car garage. All this
plus heated free form Gunite pool
and cabana. More, -too. 539.900.
LI 8-1500

SOUTHFIELD
27870 E. Larkmoor

This new listing won't last so come
see it today. Located in beaUtiful
Evergreen Trails. Three nice bed-
rooms, 11/2 tiled baths. 16-foot
kitchen with built-ins. Large pan-
eled family room with natural fire-
place. Lovely carpeting and drapes.
15x12 patio. Attached 2-car ga-
rage. $34,500. Ask for Harry
Harrison. EL 3-9000

OPEN SUNDAY 2 - 5

SOUTHFIELD

29459 McDonnell Ct.

This 1965-built Dutch colonial is
in an excellent area. Three good-
Size bedrooms. 1 1 2 baths. Family

OPEN SU NDAY 2 - 5

room with fireplace. 75x140 lot.
Attached 2-car garage. $39,900.
Shirley Hellman, Saleslady.
EL

13342 HART

Brick bungalow in Huntington
Woods, - 3 bedrooms, 2 complete
baths, large living room with nat-
ural fireplace, w-w carpeting,
drapes, kitchen appliances, full
basement. Walking distance to
community swimming pool. $31,-
500. LI 8-1500
OPEN SUNDAY 2 - 5

3-9000

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

Only one of its kind, created by
builder' for himself and his family
out of the .finest materials,- you
must see for yourself this gorgeous.

ranch in Oak Pcirk's loveliest -
area. Only 540,500. See it now.

SOUTHFIELD
28930 SAN CARLOS

LI 8-1500

OPEN

A newly listed 1963 Brick Col:,

This centrally air-conditioned brick
rahch is emoculate. Three bed-
rooms, 11/2 baths, paneled den.
Large family kitchen. New drapes
and wool carpeting. Finished rec-
reation room in the basement. 21/2
car garage. Good mortgage as-
sumption. $29,700. Ask for David
Schikler. EL 3-9000

Four large bedrooms. 2' 2 baths.
Gorgeous family room with fire-
place. Larae kitchen with built-
$46,900. EL 3-9000.

28620 BROOKS LANE
TWYCKINGHAM VALLEY
This executive colonial is simply
magnificent. Four very large bed-
baths. Huge modern
rooms. 2'
kitchen. Paneled basement, 80x
140' landscaped lot, has under-
ground sprinkler system. Attached
garage. Loaded with extras. Just
reduced to $57,900. EL 3-9000.

SUNDAY 2 - 5

SOUTHFIELD
17411 Madison

niol in Greentrees

brick ranch is an excelli-ot
buy. Three large bearo, ms, 1 :
baths. Family room with fireplace .
Basement,- 65x120 lot. Attached
2-car garage. Carpet and drapes.
F.H.A. 536 900. Ask for Fred
Dort, re EL 3-9000

OPEN St/INT/AY 2 - 5

OAK PARK
22021 Harding

SUNDAY 2 - 5

24010 PHILLIP

2-1500

EL 3-9000

Really sharp 3-bedroom brick
ranch plus paneled family room.
Beautifully finished recreation
room and 2-car garage. Owners
must sell. Priced right at only
$25,500. LI 8-1500

OPEN

Two bedrooms, beautiful condi-
tion. Close to transportation and
shopping. High mortgage balance
can be assumed. Close to schools,
also. Priced at $17,500. LI

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

c, , ', one of its kind in 10 Mile-
C. area. Charming 3-bed-
room ranch, custom kitchen cabi•

nets, Florida den. All appliances
included. Great buy for just $ 1 8,-



900.

LI 8-1500

g . Chamberlain a.

26840 Southfield Road
Lathrup Village
EL. 3-9000

24621 Coolidge Hwy.
Oak Park
, ........ . LI. 8-1500

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