28—Friday, August 7, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Sander Levin Nominated for Governor;
Daniel Cooper Winner in Se-nate Race
State Senator Sander Levin eas-
ily won the nomination for gov-
ernor against three opponents on
the Democratic ticket in Tuesday's
Daniel S. Cooper was nominated
for the State Senate, in the con-
test for Levin's Senate seat, on
the Democratic ticket.
Oak Park Mayor Joseph Forbes
was nominated for the State House
Other successful candidates in
Tuesday's primary included
Lawrence R. Pernick, Dennis M.
Aaron, Alexander C. Perinoff
and Henry A. Krolik, who were
nominated for Oakland County
DANIEL S. COOPER
Burton Levy was nominated on
the Democratic ticket for a trustee
position in Farmington Township.
Leonard P. Baruch was nominated
to the State House of Representa-
Paul Kadish was nominated to
the Democratic ticket for State
Senate in Livonia.
In Detroit, Jack Faxon was nom-
inated to run for State Senate on
the Democratic ticket.
Among those nominated to the
Detroit City Charter Commission
were David Kaufman, Paul D. Bor-
man, Kathleen Straus, Bernard
Klein and Al Fishman.
USIS Cultural Worker on Tour Finds
Understanding of Israel in the U.S.
A tour of the United States to thusiasm from a recent trip to Is-
visit with "just plain folks" is rael, invited her to their home for
carrying an Israeli woman from her stay as the official guest of
sophisticated San Francisco to
While the appearance of Grand
rural Grand Forks, N. D., with a
Forks on her itinerary amuses
stopover this week in Detroit.
her hosts, Mrs. Mor explains
Mirit Mor, general assistant of that her grandfather became a
farmer there following his emi-
the American director of the U.S.
gration from Russia. Later, he
Cultural Center in Jerusalem, was
sent to this country to virtually and his wife settled in Palestine.
Mrs. Mor, a sabra, is concerned
feel the pulse of America, how its with the planning and execution
people view Israel and Israelis.
of cultural programs at the Israeli
It is a sympathetic view, Mrs. cultural center operated by the
Mor feels. She told The Jewish U. S. Information Services. Her
News that there is understanding visits in Detroit, to the UAW
and sympathy for Israel among Solidarity House and Wayne State
most Americans she has met. In University, as well as with local
Oklahoma City, in fact, the mayor families, were arranged by the In-
and his wife, overwhelmed with en- ternational Institute.
Here on the day of the primary,
TueSday, Mrs. Mor expressed sur-
prise that politics draws so little
interest here. In Israel, politics is
the concern of everyone, she said.
The daughter of a prominent po-
lice official, who died three years
ago, Mrs. Mor commented that
relations between longtime Israeli
families and Jordanian Arabs have
always been cordial, and that com-
mercial and cultural links exist
to this day.
As an example, she cited the re-
spect that exists between television
employes in both countries." On the
His and Her Singles Rings
10 p.m. news from Jordan (in Eng-
"Swinging singles," both male lish), they mention our officials
and female, no longer have to with full title and respect—like
wait to be married, engaged or go General Moshe Dayan, Israel de-
steady to be identified by a ring. fense minister—and we do the
They now can wear a "singles" same. And, interestingly, they do
actually recognize the state of Is-
The ring's design features an rael in their news reports. They
apple and snake flanked by the do not refer to it any longer as
symbols for "man" and "woman," Palestine."
As for television in general, "It's
in 14 karat gold or sterling silver.
at the stage where you Americans
Creation of the ring came after
were 20 years ago. But we do get
the 1970 census bureau reported
'Mission Impossible', and on Fri-
that 18,490,000 single men and day nights, the entire country stay-
16,152,000 single women ages 14-24 ed home for weeks to watch 'For-
reside in the United States.
syte Saga.' "
Rose Jewelers conducted its own
survey and concluded that this Happy the man, and happy he alone.
He, who can call today his own:
large segment of the population He
who secure within, can say,
wants to be identified. The singles Tomorrow do thy worst, for I have
ring was the result.
Be fair or foul, or rain or shine,
joys I have possessed, in spite
However, all Rose stores, includ- The
of fate, are mine.
ing the new downtown Birming- Not heaven itself upon the past has
ham store, will inform
But what has been, has been, and I
the singles ring that it can be
have had my hour.
—Translation by John Dryden
returned for credit on the pur-
from the Lath of Horace
chase of an engagement ring.
Get New ID: a Ring
Open House Set
for August 16
UP Tour, Mini-Camp
to Be at Center in, August
S AM BARNETT
Beginning the week of Aug.
17-21, two new programs will be
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
offered at the Jewish Center.
One will be a camping tour
through Northern Michigan for
seventh, eighth, and ninth graders.
The other will be a one week
Camp Gan Israel of Fenton will
hold open house 1-4 p.m. Aug. 16, expanded mini camp for first
it was announced by Irwin I. through sixth graders from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. to be held both at the
Cohn, open house chairman.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi main building and 10 Mile branch
Harold Shusterman of Cong. Bnei with shuttle bus service available
Reuven, Chicago. Rabbi Shuster- from the main building.
For further informatiton, call the
as always fine
man, a scholar and exponent of
Chabad is a graduate of the Luba- group services division, DI 14200.
vitcher Yeshiva, Brooklyn, and has
Merrillwood Bldg. Mall
A hobby and craft show for
recently returned from sabbatical
in Israel, in honor of his 25th year youngsters is among the many
events at the 1970 Michigan
251 Merrill, cor. Woodward
as spiritual leader.
Fair, which opens Aug. 28 and
On the program will be enter- runs through Sept. 7 at the fair-
tainment by the campers and a grounds in Detroit.
tour of the camp grounds, in-
cluding the new dining hall and
dormitory under construction
From LONDON, ENGLAND
adjacent to the William Hordes
Memorial Lodge. The latter will
be converted into a synagogue
and camp auditorium.
The new 560,000 building is part
of a three-year remodeling plan,
"Distinctive Styling in Music
and completed will seat 225 in the
to Your Individual Taste"
dining hall and sleep 60 in the dor-
mitories. This will enable Camp
Gan Israel to increase enrollment
to 160 campers and 65 staff mem-
bers per season.
The building is being construct-
ed in memory of the parents of
Robert Ruch, an active supporter
of Camp Gan Israel from its in-
Operated under the auspices of
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, Camp
Gan Israel is strictly kosher and
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combines a program of modern
camp activities with an atmosphere
of traditional practice and observ-
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Invitational noon luncheon for *
supporters of Chabad will be held
prior to the open house. Camp
chairman is Charles E. Feinberg.
For information' call Camp Gan
and His ORCHESTRA
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Mary Lou Sher-
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Ex-MP Mrs. McKay
to Write Book on Her
Patron, Arab Sheikh
LONDON—M a r g a r et McKay,
whose controversial pro-Arab
sentiments led her to give up her
position in Parliament as a repre-
sentative of the Labor Party, plans
to write a biography of Sheikh
Zaid of Abu Dhabi, the benefactor
of her pro-Arab activities in Lon-
Mrs. McKay has already made
one trip to the Middle East which
has resulted in an outline for
the book. Thereafter she will
"commute" between London and
the desert kingdom.
Mrs. McKay describes Zaid as a
"very sympathetic personality, full
of home-spun wisdom and with a
very generous spirit." Besides
portraying the various facets of his
character, the biography will ex-
amine sociological aspects of
Bedouin life and how it has been
affected by oil wealth and external
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