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November 06, 1970 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-06

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Task Force to Air Harmony ORT Puts Art on Auction Block
Organiiation for Rehabilitation
Original oils, lithographs, etch-
Training.
Rece a tion Precedes Fram Testimonial Police-Community ings and water colors by well Through
For tickets and information, call
known artists will be up for sale at Mrs. Mark Hauser, art auction
Relations Issues
an exhibit and auction scheduled chairman, 647-4543. Tickets also

28—frIday, tinamber 6, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Teams of citizens and police from
Detroit and 20 Michigan cities will
use a task force approach in de-
veloping new programs to help re-
solve police-community relations
problems in the city and state.
Project:1i devised to cope with
specific problems in their local
communities are the objeCtives of
six 10-member Detroit teams as
they join some 200 fellow team par-
At the leadership reception on behalf of Temple Israel, which
ticipants from Michigan cities in
resulted in $190,9•• in Israel subscription% are, (from left) Julian S.
the first Michigan Institute on
Tobias, dinner co-chairman, and Mrs. Tobias; Rabbi Leon Fram,
Community Relations and the. Ad-
who will be honored at the testimonial dinner Tuesday at Raleigh
ministration of Justice.
House; Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Aller, who hosted the reception;
Circuit Court Judge Horace W.
Abraham Berman, Doable Golden Trustee of Israel; and Robert
Gilmore is chairman of the Insti-
Lurie, guest speaker. The reception was held in advance of the
tute, co-sponsored by the Michi-
dinner, sponsored by the Metropolitan Detroit Federation of Reform
gan Region of the National
Synagogues, on behalf of the Israel Bond Cause. Israel Foreign
Conference of Christians and Jews
Minister Abbe Eban will be the guest speaker and will present
and the National Center for
Rabbi Fram with the Israel Prime Minister's Medal, bearing the
Police and Community Relations
signature of Gelds Meir. Leslie B. Schmier will be the dinner chair-
at the School of Criminal Justice,
man. Co-chairmen are Michael C. Mier, Albert M. Colman, Bertram
MSC.
S. Gordon, Robert I.. Rosen and Julian S. Tobias.
On Sunday, the Detroit teams
will join with those from through-
out the state for a three-eay work-
shop at Kellogg Center, Michigan
Morris Gordon, regional director, State University. The workshop will
Dr. Joel I. Hamburger, president
provide opportunity and resources
will
preside
at
the
conference,
at
of the Zinnist Organization of De-
as the teams develop constructive
troit, announces the Zionist Organ- the Zionist Cultural Center.
steps to deal with their target prob-
ization of America regional conven-
The opening event will be a
tion will take place here Nov. 21-22. meeting Nov. 21, when Arnold H. lems.
Delegates will attend from St. Ginsburg of Philadelphia will speak
Paul, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Peoria, op "Membership in ZOA now— Criterion Club to Honor
Indianapolis, Dayton, South Bend why?" Ginsburg has served as a Veterans at Open House
and Des Moines.
national vice president of the ZOA,
Criterion Club for single adults
is a member of the national ad-
ministrative board and national will celebrate Veterans Day with a
chairman of the membership com- patriotic program at its open house
mittee. He also is national vice 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
chairman of the ZOA public affairs Oak Park Community C e n t e r,
committee and is on the national announces president William
executive committee of the Ameri- Fleisher.
The public is invited at no
can Israel Public Affairs Commit-
charge. For information, call Betty
tee.
Weinberg,
membership chairman,
The community is invited.
532-8855.
Out-of-town delegates will attend
the 38th annual Balfour Concert
Nov. 22 at Ford Auditorium at
which tenor Richard Tucker and
PHOTOGRAPHY
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Specializing in
under Pierre Hetu, conductor, will
perform.
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas etc.
ror information, call the ZOD
537-4028
864-9112
office, 353-3€416.

by Harmony Chapter, Women's will be available at the door.
American ORT, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21
FOR THE BEST IN
at Somerset Mall.
•MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
The auction will be conducted by
Dr. Albert Scaglione of Park West
Galleries. There will be refresh-
And His Orchestra
ments and a grand prize. The pub-
lic is invited. Proceeds will help
358-0938
support overseas schools of the

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into being since the end of the
Six-Day War.
Best estimates are that there are
between 1,500 and 2,000 such local
millionaires, who enjoy a standard
of living that would be the envy
of their financial counterparts in
America.
But some of them have an un-
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bow to conceal "hot money" funds
accumulated by evasion of income
taxes, the penalty for which is not
only a heavy fine but a long prison
sentence.
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