Faces of the Allied Jewish Campaign
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 27, '1970-33
Happy Purim Brought
cf Homes in the Area
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Make News ,A
Louis G. Redstone, president of
Louis G. Redstone Associates,
Inc., has been reappointed by Rex
Allen, national president of the
American Institute of Architects,
to serve on the international rela-
tions committee of the institute.
Redstone has represented the in-
stitute in archi-
in Caracas, Tok-
yo, Moscow, Bue-
nos Aires and
Puerto Rico, and
is presently a
member of the
execut i v e com-
Mrs. Oscar U. Band (right), chairman of Phonogift of the women's mittee. Pa n-
division, Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund, talks over American Feder -
the action with (from left) Mrs. Seymour Wayne. Mrs. Morris Stark- ation of Architects. Interested in
man is seated. The 300 volunteers of the Phonogift and Motor Corps
reached more than 8,000 women for their personal gifts during March troit and in the implementation of
promenade plaza above street
level. •Redstone's firm has two
buildings under construction which
incorporate the proposed elevated
plaza. These are the Manufactur-
TAU EPSILON RHO LAW ers National Bank Operations Cen-
FRATERNITY. Detroit Graduatt, ter and the 333 W. Fort Street
Chapter, will hear Detroit Police Building.
Inspector Odson Tretreault of the
Sociologist Dr. MARSHALL
Brig. General Shaul Rosolio 7th Precinct at a dinner meeting
(left), commander of one of Is- in the Statler Hilton Hotel 7:30 SKLARE will join Brandeis
University's department of Near
rael's police districts, speaks
with Harvey L. Weisberg, chair- "Drug Problem and Police-Com- Eastern and Judaic studies in
man of the food division of the munity Relations." For informa- September as the first incumbent
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel tion, call David A. Gordon, 961- of the Nathan and Janet Apple-
man Chair in Judaic Studies. He
Emergency Fund, at the divi- 1003.
will teach American Jewish
sion's pacesetter meeting.
BETH SHALOM MEN'S CLUB studies.
will hold its third annual auction
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the syna- Yutopian Movement
gogue. Hundreds of gifts will be
auctioned off, with proceeds going Asks End to 3I.E. Crisis
The Yutopian movement. an or-
into the men's club youth program.
"Skills of a Sailor" is the theme Refreshments will be served.
ganization launched early this year
of a three-session symposium on
in Buffalo. launched an appeal for
sailing and boat handling to be
support this week to Detroit's
held 8 p.m. April 8, 15 and 22 at
the Huntington Woods Library.
I,a a letter to the city's Jewish
The programs, sponsored by the
congregations. Brian A. Lambert,
Great Lakes Yacht Club, will take
director of the Yutopian Interna-
up nomenclature, buoyage, com-
tional, U.S.A., called for their
equipment, line handling. office at a recent conference of the support in pressing his prganiza-
Great Lakes Region, National
knots, hitches, splicing, wind and
tion's demands for a solution to
sails, weather, mooring and safety.
Stanley Soll of Toronto was the current situation in the Mid-
A limited number of member-
ships in the club are open. For
". . . . the only solution we will
which consists of men's clubs in
information on membership, call
Micigan, Ohio and Ontario. Carl accept is . . . . an end to the
Sheldon Klimist, 353-4371 or 965-
regime now oppressing
R. Lichtenstein of Cong. Adas
the peoples of Egypt, Syria and
Interested persons are invited. Shalom is executive vice president: Iraq. Israel is the only country in
Seating is limited to those who Leonard E. Baron of Shaarey the entire Mid-East with a freely-
register in advance with Bud Zedek i.nd Allan Rosenberg of Beth elected govern nent. When free-
Achim, vice presidents: Abe Katz-
Brown, UN 2-4478.
man of Shaarey Zedek, recording dom comes to the Arab nations.
the artificial state of "crisis" cre-
Women are always afraid of secretary; and David Schwartz of ated by men like Nasser will cease
things which have to be divided. Bnai Moshe, treasurer.
to exist. Wars of conquest arc
—Honore de Balzac
launched, not by millions of peo-
Jerusalem One of 3 Cities ple living in freedom, but by ty-
to Show Film on Dr. King rants who use foreign wars and
NEW YORK (JTA)—Jerusalem International 'crises' as a means
of maintaining their positions of
is one of three foreign cities—the
were Amsterdam and absolute power."
Close to 100 volunteers, which
included rabbis, cantors, choral
groups and women from 13 sister-
hoods, brought the Purim festival
to Jewish residents of area nurs-
ing homes last week.
program of the Nursing Home
Volunteer Project of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
brought Hamantashen and other
shalakh manot delicacies to the
residents, led in the community
singing and assisted rabbis in the
reading of the Megila.
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood
Men's Clubs I
`Skills of a Sailor'
Yacht Club Class
by Men's Clubs
Hollywood Light Bread.
Thin-sliced and crowned
with delicious sesame
seeds. Subtle, delicate, a
world apart from Holly-
Copenhagen—that arranged, at
their request, local showings of
the motion picture documentary
"King: A Filmed Record, Mont-
gomery to Memphis" coincident
with the once-only theatrical show-
ing in the United States Tuesday
The almost-three-hour produc-
tion detailed the life, work and
death of the Rev. Martin Luther
King Jr., whole assassination in
1968 was a cause for widespred
mourning in Israel and other
All income from the showings
will go to aid civil rights causes.
The film was produced by Ely
Landau, among whose previous
works is "The
(1965), starring Rod Steiger as a
Jewish victim of the Nazi terror.
Jewish Agency Publishes
Guide to Israel Programs
NEW YORK (JTA) — A 60-page
Guide to Israel Programs, listing
76 summer, six-month and year-
around programs in Israel open
to Americans, has been published
by the American section of the
Jewish Agency for Israel.
The third such compilation, and
described as the most comprehen-
sive of its kind, the guide was de-
signed "as a service to individuals
and organizations—particularly in
the fields of youth education—to
provide in one directory a large
number of the available programs
for visiting and studying Israel,"
according to Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann, chairman of the American
activities in Society
Seymour Kaplan, director of youth activities at Cong. Bnai Moshe,
Mrotight to you in Michigan by
SCHAFER BAKERIES, INC.
will attend the 18th convention of the Educators Assembly March 29
April 2 at the Concord Hotel. This year's convention will deal with
personnel and other 'professional problems confronting Jewish youth
educators and directors. The Educators Assembly is an organization of
educators and youth directors serving congregations throughout the
presented a puppet show for
residents of the Mount Vernon
Nursing Center; while Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel of Adas Sha-
lom and his choir sang at the
Americana: Annette and Julius
Chajes accompanied the women
Jewish Congregation at Edge-
water, Beth Hillel at the David
Home, Yelling Israel at Farming-
ton • Beth Shalom at Heritage, and
Beth Jacob of Pontiac at Bloom-
Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.
from Temple Israel to the South-
field Nursing Home.
Cantor Israel Fuchs joined with
the Beth Abraham team at Sher-
wood Hall, and Cantor Hyman
Adler and members of Bnai David
Sisterhood entertained at the Allan
Other participating sisterhoods
in the Purim programs were Beth
Shaarey Zedek at Bedford Villa.
Beth Achim at Villa Zion, Livonia
to Discuss Israel
General S. L. A. Marshall. for-
mer military analyst for the De-
troit News, will address the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies 8:45 p.m.
Wednesday at Temple Emanu-F.1.
Subject of Gen. Marshall's ad-
dress, second in a series of lec-
tures on Israel, will be "Can Is-
Currently a syndicated column- .
kt for the Washington Post and
Los Angeles Times, Gen. Mar-
shall, as a war correspondent,
has covered Korea, the Sinai.
Lebanon and other Middle East
areas. He is the author of sev-
eral books, including "Por!:
Chop Hill," "S i n a i Victory,"
"Night Drop" and "S wif t
The lecture is open to all stu-
dents of the college witho - a
charge. There is a nominal fee for
others in the community. The Col-
lege of Jewish Studies is the Cfr -0 -
bined adult education program of
the Metropolitan Detroit Federa-
tion of Reform Synagogues.
Our new stock of ceiling fixtures
lamps and occasional tables are in
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