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December 05, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-05

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Special International Concerns Committee
Started by Jewish Community Council

Judge Lawrence Gubow, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community •
Council, has announced the for-'
mation of a new Council standing
committee to be known as the
Committee on International Con-
Morris Lieberman has been
appointed chairman of the new
group, with Bernard Panush and
Abba Friedman serving as cu-
The committee has been charg-
ed with developing policy and

action recommendations with re- ity group to expand upon past ef-
spect to the Community Council's forts in developing program activi-
response to situations affecting ties .
Lieberman took note of recent
overseas Jewish communities. Of
Council efforts related to con-
immediate focus will be issues re-
detention of the two Is-
lated to the Middle East and So-
raeli victims of an Arab terror-
viet Jewry.
ist hijacking of a TWA plane
While Council has maintained
last August. Calling for the con-
for many years an active interest
and program in these areas, Coun- demnation. of Syria for its role
in this act of international pir-
cil's executive committee stated
acy, Council reported excellent
it felt that growing challenges
response from its constituent
require a more systematic involve-
groups who were asked to write
ment of a broadly-based common-
to the various airline pilots' as - 4

sociations, urging them to

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to fly to any country that pro-
tects hijackers or unlawfully de-
tains innocent passengers.
Lieberman also expressed his

concern with the international air-
lines who still fly into Syria "de-
, spite that country's continued
flouting of - international law and
basic human decency." Lieberman
asked that these airlines examine
those policies which permit them
to continue doing business with
Syria in view of its actions.

Council Supports
Education Reform,
Not Parochiaid

The aims of Gov. Milliken's edu-

cational reform plans, with the
exception of provisions for paro-

The accountant section of the professional division of the 1970
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund held its early fund-
raising meeting last week. Traditionally, the accountants meet prior
to the end of the year to begin their work of the campaign because
of the press of business after the first of the year. Pictured from left
are: Bruce Thal, vice chairman, professional division; Harry Silver-
man and Si Israel, accountant section co-chairmen, Herbert Sillman,
chairman of pre-campaign for the professional division, and Irwin I.
Cohn, who poke at the meeting on his recent trip to Israel with the
United Jewish Appeal mission.

`Ages of Women' at Front Ron, Center

Front Row Center will present

Joyce Feurring and Evelyn Or-
bach in "The Ages of Women" 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Jewish
The two veteran actresses have
been seen in performances'through-
out the Midwestern states, as well
as the Detroit area.

Mrs. Feurring, a graduate of
the University of Michigan, has
been in productions by the Actors
Guild and Center Theater, in-
cluding "Goodby My Fancy,"
"All My Sons," 'Another Part of
the Forest," "The Rope Dancers,"
"Tevye and His Daughters" and

"Right You Are." She is Mrs.

Albert Feurring, and the mother
of three children.

Mrs. Orbach has directed "The

Kottler to Solo
in Center Concert

Pianist Mischa Kottler, will be
the soloist in Chopin's Piano Con-
certo in E Minor with the Center

Symphony orchestra, directed by
Julius Chajes 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in

he Jewish Cen-
Kottler, who was
born in Russia,
studied in Vienna

Tenth Man," "The Wall" and "The
Rose Tattoo," as well as Detro t
Opera Theater's production of "A
Goat's Tale," "Mozart's "The Im-
pressario,'' "Masada Shall Never
Fall Again" and "Hansel and Gre-
tle" with the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. A graduate of the
School of Performing Arts, she
studied at Brooklyn College. She
has performed on television and
radio and was seen most recently
on stage here in Genet's "The
Maids." Currently, she is director
of broadcasting for the Jewish
Community Council, is married to
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel and is mother of four chil-

Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra
and for many
years the music
director of Radio
Station WWJ.
Mozart's Sym-
• Kottler
phony No. 4t) in G Minor and Hugo
Kander's Prelude, Passacaglia,
and Fugue in D also are listed on
the program.
Tickets are available at the Cen-
ter's cashier. For information, call
the Jewish Center, DI 1-4200.

Raphael Rothstein, Journalist, to Talk
on Israeli Intelligence and Defense

Intelligence an d Defense —
Israel's Military Situation Today"
will be the sub-
ject of a talk by
Raphael Roth-
stein, staff editor
of the New York
Times News
Service and New
York correspon-
dent of the Israeli
daily newspaper

Rothstein has written articles
and book reviews for the New
York Times, the Nation, Dissent,
the Australian and Iladassah Mag-

Ilaaraetz, 8 p.m.
Sunday at the
Jewish Center.
Rothstein, who translated "The
Silent Warriors." a book on Israel's
intelligence system. into English,
will speak at the Ilanuka party of
the Center Hebrew Department.
His talk will be in English.
The party will open with a light-
ing of candles and wind up with a
Ilanuka sing-along, led by Meir
Rothstein, horn in Brooklyn,

was educated in Middle Eastern

studies at Hebrew University.
In Israel from 1958 to 1963, he
worked for Israel Broadcasting
Service as a news writer. Roth-
stein served as chief translator

and assistant manager of the
Habima-National Theater of Israel
during its North American tour in
He received a grant from the
National Foundation for RA% 12,h
Culture in 1965, to develop Israeli


The statement referred to the
Council i s traditional concern for
Public education and its consist-
ent support over the years of
measures designed to achieve
high quality and equal educa-
tional opportunity for all public
school students. The statement
expressed the hope "that all
citizens of Michigan will recog-
nize as a reality that better
schools will require more gener-
ous financing."
The Council statement urged



chiaid are supported in a state-
ment by the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan Detroit.
The need for educational reform Seagram's V.O.
was emphasized in a statement re-
Hanuka is the time of year for
leased by the Council's executive
committee, which cited examples Seagram's V.O., the Canadian
of the critical situations facing whiskey for hosting, toasting and
Michigan's public schools. These giving-
were enumerated as the frequent
defeat of millage proposals, deficit
Have An Affair to Remember
financing, prolonged teacher
strikes and "the need to assign
educational responsibility at the
And Orchestra
state level."

that "our affiliated organizations
and their memberships give a high
organizational and personal prior-
ity to the successful accomplish.
ment of educational reform in
Michigan and that they make their
views known to the governor and
Gov. Williams to Talk to members of the Legislature."
Council's position was developed
Before Center Seniors by the community relations com-
Former Michigan Governor G. mittee of the Council, chaired by
Mennen Williams will address the John H, Shepherd. The committee
Jewish Center senior adults at its acted upon recommendations sub-
next Community Affairs Brunch- Imitted by the public education
eon 11:30 a.m. Dec. 19 at the Cen- subcommittee headed by Stephen
M. Rose.
The bruncheon is sponsored by
the Retired Men's Recreation Club
and is attended by representatives
of each club.
Gov. Williams will discuss per-
tinent issues in the city and state
and their relation to senior adults.
The fee is by reservation only.
Chairman of the bruncheon is

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