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June 26, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

...JO—Friday, June 26, 1970

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Gets Grant to Study in Jerusalem
FormerJacquelineBrooks Detroiter
Harry L. Jubas, 14430 Sherwood, Oak Park school system, has been
Park, has received a grant awarded a sabbatical leave from
Bride of Irwin Nagel Oak
from the American Friends of He- Frost Junior High School for the

Messenger of Good Tidings

Jews and heathens were lumped
together in a declaration issued by
the triennial assembly of the Ned-
erduits Hervormde Kerk, a con-
stituent of the South African Dutch
Reformed Church, in Pretoria.
The assembly rejected a report
from the council for the ministry
which urged that the words "evan-
.gelizing of Jews and heathens" in
the church's law should be changed
to "dialogue with Israel and evan-
gelizing of heathens."

told the 200 mixed couples, 'I'm not
asking you to do anything I won't
do.' He shed his clothes and direct-
ed the nude scene in the nude."
• • •

Arabs am boycotting pro-Israelis
who appear in American movies.
But Walter Winchell is among
those more favored on tv than So-
viet entertainers. Now Nasser's
folk are being described as pos-
sessing a sense of humor!

• •

Egyptian troops eat nonveno-
mous snakes as part of their
training, Reuters reported from
MRS. IRWIN NAGEL
the village of Abu Rawash in
Egypt. Troops training for guer-
Jacqueline Brooks was married
rilla activity behind Israeli lines recently to Irwin Nagel in Las
in Sinai eat the snakes provided
Vegas.
by the village. "We're helping the
Parents of the couple are Mr.
war effort and the balance of
and Mrs. William Brooks of Park-
payments,"
the
village
chief
said.
The rains held off long enough
lawn Ave., Oak Park, and Mr. and
for a group of young Oak Park "We charge the army about 60
Mrs. David Nagel of Murray Hill
residents to raise $82.15 at a car- cents. It's our national duty."
Ave.
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nival for the benefit of the Detroit
Society for Crippled Children and
From a Newsweek article, "Loy-
Adults. Diana Schwartz was co• al to El Al" in this week's issue:
chairman of the event, held in the
"At New York's Kennedy Air-
backyard of the Benjamin Korn port one evening last week wait-
home.
ing to board nigh,. 200 for Tel
Dr. Martin Naimark was install
Aviv, a middle aged attorney
From Leonard Lyons' "Lyons from Detroit, Morris Lieberman, ed as president of the 1800-mem-
Den" in the N.Y. Post:
said simply: 'I have to show that ber Detroit District Dental Society
"Before Paul Mazursky began they can't bully me into flying an- on June 17.
directing the mass nude scene in other air line'."
A graduate of the University of
'Alex In Wonderland' yesterday, he
Newsweek called the loyalty of Michigan School
its passengers the most important of Dentistry, Dr.
factor in the airline's success Naimark assum-
story. "But Jews are by no means ed the gavel from
alone in their preference for El Dr. James V. Ba-
Al," the article read, "In fact, rone, out going
gentiles account for about' 40 per president, at a
cent of the airlines passenger special installa-
Bnai David Men's Club's night of traffic. And among those waiting tion cer emony
stars, to be held 8 p.m. Sunday at at Kennedy last week was 31 year held at the Roos-
Ford Auditorium, will bring in old Ben Hilbert, a recently or- tertail Supper
Dr. Naimark
violinist Sasha Tormas, along with dained Jesuit priest off to a sum- Club.
A Major in the United States Air
Red Buttons and the Barry Sisters. mer of study in Israel. 'El Al
Tickets are= available at the means closeness to God,' he Force -during the Korean conflict,
Synagogue office 10 a.m.-noon Sun- smiled. 'You can't get safer than Dr. Naimark, upon his return to
that.'"
private practice, received the cov-
• • •
eted award of merit in 1962 pre-
Also in Newsweek was the story sented by the Dental Society for
of Jim Vaus, a Baptist preacher's outstanding activities and service.
son•who was a full - time employee
Dr. Naimark and his wife,
of racketeer Mickey Cohen. Since Wilma, are the parents of two
his hoodlum days with Cohen, daughters Mrs. Gerald Appelman
Vaus has become a Billy Graham of Oak Park and Mrs. Michael
convert. He experiences what he Kramps of Clinton, Iowa.
describes as "a total invasion of
my life from Jesus Christ." He
still keeps up a friendship with
Cohen who is in prison, "Be-
cause I keep hoping Ile, too, will
find Jesus."

Southfield resident Paul Amber
reports a new look in bumper
S.-tickers. While in New York re-
cently, he spotted a cab, driven by
a bearded driver and sporting a
rear bumper declaration: Wear
Tefillin.

brew University toward a research
project on his thesis at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
The Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture has also awarded
him a grant on his disseration pro-
ject, "A Study to Determine the
Influence of the Ulpan as an Educa-
tional Factor in the Absorption of
Immigrants and their Integration
and Assimilation Into Israeli So-
ciety." Jubas will be working
under the guidance of Dr. Louis
Gutman at the Hebrew University
and Dr. Daniel Jacobson of Mich-
igan State Univeristy.
Jubas, who is en the staff of the

day. Proceeds will go toward the
operation of the synagogue.

Tormas endeavors to bridge
the gap between the great master
works, popular music and pro-
gressive jazz.
He has performed in Vienna,
Naples, Paris, London and Athens
and was featured artist of his own
television shows in Torino and
Rome.
Recording artist for "La Voce
del Padrone," known in the United
States as RCA Victor, he was a
performer at the Oscar present-
ation in Italy, played a command
performance for the king and
queen of Greece and appeared at
the Paladium in London for three
engagements. He appeared for 12
weeks at the Hotel Astor Emerald
Room in New York.

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formal installation of officers 8:30
p.m. Sunday at the Jewish. War
Veterans headquarters. For reser- _
vations, call Junior Vice Comman-
der Sol Levin, LI 5-6724.

• • •
THE PHILLIPS SHOES, INC.,
chain, one of the largest volume
independent operations of its kind
in Michigan with more than 100
employes, will open two new Phil-
lips Shoe Stores in July at Genesee
Valley Center in Flint and South-
land Center in Taylor, the two huge
new regional shopping centers
developed by Shopping Centers,
Inc. The openings of the stores
will coincide with those of the cen.
tern: Genesee Valley on July 16
and Southland on July 20.
• • •
DEARBORN FURNITURE COM-
PANY is back in business in a
brand new store at 5225 Schaefer
Road. Before the firm closed its
doors a year ago, its huge store
and towering sign were landmarks
on Dearborn's Michigan Avenue
for many years. "We just couldn't
stay away from the furniture bus-
iness and from Dearborn," said
Larry L. Chanin, president of the
company.

Michigan Jewish War
Veterans Elect Officers

At the recent convention of the
Department of Michigan Jewish
War Veterans and its Ladies Aux-
iliary the following officers were
elected: dept. commander, Sidney
Lantz; vice commanders, Williain
Greenberg and Ray Weiss; quar-
termaster, Harry L. Friedman;
judge advocate, Jack Kraizman.
Appointed to serve as adjutant
were: Morris Kikoler and Dr. Leo-
nard Schreiber, chief of staff.
Auxiliary officers are: dept. pres-
ident, Mrs. Harry L. Friedman;
vice presidents, Mrs. Herbert Lin-
er and Mrs. Sidney Lantz; treas-
urer, Mrs. Joseph Burnstein; patrio-
tic instructress, Mrs. Harold Green-
span; chaplain, Mrs. Ruth Elson
Cohen; historian, Mrs. Leonard
Katzmar; conductress, Mrs. Benj.
Rubin; guard, Mrs. Morris Feld-
man; chief of staff, Mrs. Sol Gold-
berg.

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at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 8, and
dancing at 9:30. For tickets, con-
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Dental Society
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YETZ-COHEN LADIES AUXILI-
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Veterans Hospital 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
day. Ann Rubin and Raye Weimer
Raising money for a media ad are in charge. Anyone wishing to
vertising campaign will be primary assist may call Mrs. Rubin, KE
goal of a dinner for Democratic 5-4031, or Mrs. Weimer, ICE 2-5274,
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LEVIN July 11, in the Riverside post and auxiliary will hold their

academic year 1970-71. He has a
bachelor's and master's degree
from Wayne State University and
a specialist's in education degree
from Eastern Michigan University.
Jubas will be accompanied by his
wife Shirley and three children.

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