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May 22, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-22

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2 Detroit Banks Grant $3,000,000 Loan
for Construction of Immigrant Housing

Parents' Assn. to Meet

The Parents' Association for Jew-
ish Residential Care for Mentally
Retarded will meet 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Jewish Center. Mrs.
Mary Wagner, founder of the Mal-
colm-Palmer Home, a private
residence for retarded adults in
Farmington, will speak.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, May 22, 1970

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A loan of $3,000,000 for construction of housing for immigrants in Israel was foramlized last week by
officials of the United Israel Appeal and the National Bank of Detroit and the Manufacturers' Nation.
al Bank. Attending the signing of documents at the Fred M. Butzel Memorial Building are (from left)
Alan E. Schwartz, president, Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit; Paul Zuckerman, president, United
Jewish Charities; Gottlieb Hammer, executive vice chairman, United Israel Appeal, David K. Page;
Hyman Safran, chairman of the Federation executive committee; Maxwell Jospe y, 1970 campaign
chairman and vice president of Federation; Max M. Fisher, president of United Israel Appeal; William
Avrunin, executive vice president of Federation; Richard 0. Fine and Norbert Sylvester, representing
Manufacturers' National Bank; and Ervin L. Koning, Richard Parks and Fred Freeman, National Bank
of Detroit. Housing for immigrants to Israel is a crucial problem, with approximately 60,000 arriving each
year from lands of oppression.

Executives' Group Backs Senators on S.E. Asia Stand

The Detroit Business Executives
Move for Vietnam Peace, an or-
ganization of 185 executives in the
area, under the chairmanship of
Harold Berry, has sent letters to
31 senators who have taken a stand
for immediate withdrawal of all
U.S. forces from Indochina.
"The invasion of neutral Cam-
bodia, in disregard of our Consti-
tution and the Charter of the
United Nations, ordered by Presi-
dent Nixon has widened rather

than decreased the war," said the our country's policy in Indo-
organization's state in e n t. "Thischina and move to establish new
action can only result in more I national priorities for the health
losses of American lives as well and welfare of our people."
as the people of that country and
Other officers in the organiza-
further waste of their resources as tion besides Berry include Sher-
well as our own."
wood Colburn, a vice chairman;
"We urge you," the statement Max Wender, treasurer; Philip
concludes, "to exercise your con- Zinn, corresponding sec re tar y;
stitutional authority to reverse Arnold Sabaroff, recording secre-
tary; Rudy Simons, state coordina-
tor; and Morris Gleicher, national,
committeeman. Included on the
executive committee are Sam Cars-
man, Nate Chalnick, Sidney Dia-
mond, Morton Eden, Irving Gales.
Herbert Handelsman, Bernard
The concluding lecture in the Handleman, Lillian Kanterman,
Midrasha Institute series will be Martin Kopitz, Samuel Linden,
delivered by Dr. David Sidorsky, Sidney A. Lutz, Sol Millman, Ben
Nathanson, Joseph Nederlander,
professor of phil-
Max Osnos, Irving Pokempner,
osophy at Colum-
Sam Schiff and Ned Smolder.
b i a University,
Among the organization's stated
8:15 p.m. Tues-
aims are unilateral phased with-
day at the United
drawal
of U.S. forces, work with
Hebrew Schools
international authorities in the re-
Southfield c a m-
construction of both North and
pus complex.
South Vietnam, the use of the good
His topic,
offices of the secretary-general of
"Emerging Phil-
the United Nations and the Vatican
osophic al
in arranging for peace and sanc- ,
Trends," is part
tuary for members of the Saigon
Dr.
Sidorsky
of the series on
"Philosophy in an Age of Crisis— government as well as political
prisoners, and the establishment
Jewish Views."
Dr. Sidorsky is author of "The of a broad coalition government.
European Tradition in Liberal
Thought" and was a contributor
to "Environment of Change." For-
mer editor of the Reconstruction-
ist, he is a member of the editorial
board for Midstream.

Dr. David Sidorsky
Linowitz Honoree to Conclude Series
of Midrasha Talks

Sol M. Linowitz, who served
as US. ambassador to the Or-
ganization of American States
for three years from 1966 to 1969,
will receive the 1970 Distinguish.
ed Service Award of the Nation-
al Federation of Jewish Men's
Clubs at its 41st annual conven-
tion at Grossinger's, June 14-18.
Abraham Satonsky of Detroit
serves on the convention com-
mittee.

EGYPT NEVER AccoRDED

EGYPTIAN CITI2F_N SHIP TO NE
BEDOUINS LIVING INIHE
SINA1,131.1T mkpay ISSUED
THEM IDENTIFICATION CAMS
STATING THAT THEY NAVE
TATUS OF INHABITANTS OF%
SINAI.

ORT SCHOOLS TEACH
72 DIFFERENT OCCUPATKNA
SKILLS IN 23
COUNTRIES AT Mk\
ANNUAL COST OF
CAIEFI 415,000,00C.

Zionist Flag Found
Among Mystery
Vintage Banners

The Zionist flag, which became
the flag of Israel in 1948, was
among the '75 banners nearly a
half-century old found recently in
a forgotten closet in the Fisher
Building.
These flags will be on display
in the building's arcade during the
week of Flag Day, June 14, ac-
cording to Harold Berry, execu-
tive vice president of the Fisher-
New Center Co., and one of the
building's owners since 1962.
The flag of Zion had a better
fate than some of the other flags
whose nations are no longer in
existence.
It was by accident that the
banners were discovered—folded
and carefully boxed and stacked
in a small closet. They were
found by a Fisher Building offi-
cial who was taking inventory
for future building expansion
possibilities.
Berry ordered the flags to be
put on display for the first time
since 1928. Each will be numbered
to correspond with identifying
numbers in pamphlets which will
be. available at the arcade infor-
mation desk.

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IMPORTANT

UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF IRANIAN RUG WEAVERS PRESENTS A
Detroit Hilton Hotel (Stotler), Sunday, May 24 front 11 a.nt.-3:30 p.m.

PUBLIC AUCTION

One of the largest varied collection of all size ever offered for
sale by public auction in State of Michigan of outstanding Orien-
tal and

PERSIAN RUGS

Under the patronage and direct sponsorship of the A.I.C. As-
sociation of Iran, this superb collection is for exposition to fa-
miliarize the Americans with the outstanding and luxurious
exhibition pieces of Persian and Oriental rugs and also is to be
auctioned in order to promote the market in North America.
Therefore, FREE EXHIBITION will be on view at the
Detroit Hilton Hotel (Statler), Sunday, May 24 from 11 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. and after the termination of the exhibition this collection
will be disposed of and sold individually by

PUBLIC AUCTION

on Sunday, May 24 at 3:30 p.m.
DETROIT HILTON HOTEL

Washington Blvd. & Park, (Downtown) Detroit, Mich.
This collection includes very rare and valuable rugs such as
Crown Karmans, Royal Sarouks, Imperial, Silk Kashans, partsilk
Quoms, Princess Bokhara, etc., etc. plus a collection of collec-
tors items and some very rare and unique pieces of Persian
and other Oriental rugs.

Terms—Check or Cash

FARRIS BROS. AUCTIONEERS
425-0200

LEADING, ESTABLISHED, LICENSED AND BONDED AUCTIONEERS

OF DETROIT FOR OVER A CENTURY

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