Bidet Device Praised by Hygienists
Friday, March 6, 1970-31
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Delegate Assembly to Bost
Jordan Band, Bead of MICMAC
Jordan Band of Cleveland, chair-
man of the National Jewish Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil, will speak on "Israel and
Amercan Public Opinion at the
next Jewish Community Council
delegate assembly 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Jewish Center.
Judge Lawrence Gubow, Council
president, will preside.
In his address, Band will report
on the most recent developments
with respect to U.S. policy in the
Middle East, including terrorist
attacks on airlines serving Israel.
Band served as a major spokes-
man at the recent national emer-
gency conference which was held
to voice concern over indications
that traditional U.S support for
direct Arab-Israeli peace negotia-
tor had "eroded."
In addition, Band will examine
the growth and impact of anti-
Israel propaganda in the U.S., and
American Jewish Committee and
is a member of the national steer-
ing committee of the Urban Coali-
The assembly will conclude with
a social hour with members of the
Jewish National Fund Women's
Auxiliary serving as hostesses.
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The push-button convenience of
the American Bidet (pronounced
b'day) — which replaces toilet';
paper with cleansing by water
washing — is gaining adherence
among hygienists. Available in the
Detroit area through Buddy
Plumbing and Heating Co., Inc.,
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SATURDAY 9:30 TO 9
SUNDAY 12 TO 5
JORDAN C. BAND
the role of Jewish communal and
organizational bodies in confront-
ing this new problem.
bly program include a report of
the nominating committee by Dr.
Other portions of the
Samuel Krohn, chairman, and a
report by Council Executive Di-
rector Walter E. Klein on Coun-
cil activity. Klein's report will
cover the mass picketing demon-
stration in Detroit to protest
French arms policy in the Mid-
East, a proposed housing bond
issue which will appear on the
November ballot, Council's role
in anti-parochiaid efforts and
Council's support of education
reform in Michigan.
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Band is a member of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
Jewish Organizations and the na- 11.
tional executive committee of the
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have played a primary role in
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current Jewish communal activi- 1( from a collection.
ties related to the Mid-East.
A recipient of the Kane Leader-
ship Award presented by the Jew-
ish Community Federation of 4 1t
Cleveland, Band serves on the na-
tional executive board of the
When VICTOR BORGE, who
comes to the Masonic Auditorium
8:20 p.m. March 21, arrived in
America in 1941, he was penniless
and unable to speak English, and
for the first year lived on little
or no funds, spending most in
* movie houses where he went daily
to listen and learn to speak Eng-
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AGENCY was Indianapolis Life In-
surance Company's leading agency
in the nation in volume of new busi-
ness sold during January, Arnold
Berg, senior vice president and
director of agencies, announced.
DAVID LIPPITT, a member of the
agency, ranked among the individ-
ual leaders for the month, being
the company's top salesman in
Michigan and ranking eighth in the
* * *
RALPH B. STILLWELL, with
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New
York, was feted in a dinner given
at Raleigh House by the General
Agents and Managers Association.
He was awarded a plaque as Man
of the Year in the Detroit-Baroff
DANIEL PATRICK MOYNLHAN,
counselor to the President; Am-
bassador ITZHAK RABIN of Is
rael; and U.S. Senator ALAN
CRANSTON of California will be
major speakers at the 1970 bien-
nial convention of the National
Jewish Welfare Board at the
Washington Hilton Hotel, Washing-
ton, D.C., March 18-22.
Sunday, March 8, from 3 p.m. * :
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Prehistoric Venus of
bidet-toilet seat replaces the ordi-
nary seat on any toilet bowl and
requires no new fixture. The bidet
is particularly helpful for toilet-
training children and for hygiene
of the elderly or senile person who
cannot take care of his own needs.
For information on the bidet and
its value to family health, call the
Buddy firm, JO 6-3896 or LI 8-8823.
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other pieces of art produced by
the agency were selected for exhi-
bition from among more than 400
entries. Gold medal winners were
John Louis and Mack Stanley,
who ccllaborated on the New De-
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Motors Corp., railroad campaign.
Silver medal winners were Tony
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