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November 27, 1970 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-27

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People Make News

Mrs. Henry N. Rapaport of
Scarsdale, N.Y. was elected presi-
dent of the National Women's Lea-
gue of the United Synagogue at
the recent 1 y-concluded five-day
convention of the
League held in
Kiamesha Lake.
N.Y. Mrs. Rapa-
port is a mem-
ber of the board
of Religion in
American Life,
and of the Na-
tional Jewish Wel
fare Board. She is
a recipient of the
National Benefac-
tors Award for
Community Lead- Mrs- Kap:apart
ership of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, and a member of the
board of trustees of Temple Israel
Center in White Plains. The Lea-
gue, largest women's synagogue
organization with a membership
of 210,000, is the women's arm of
Conservative Judaism.
• • •
SAMUEL J. SILBERMAN, New
York communal leader, was elect-
ed president of the board of direc-
tors of the Bureau for Careers in
Jewish Service, at its annual meet-
ing in Kansas City. Silberman,
retired chairman of the board of
Consolidated Cigar Corp., is presi-
dent of the Gulf and Western
Foundation.
▪ e
Rabbi M. ROBERT SYME of
Temple Israel will represent the
Jewish Chautauqua Society as lec-
turer on "The Authority of the
Bible" at Albion College, Thursday.
Rabbi JAY R. BRICKMAN of Con-
gregation Sinai in Milwaukee will
represent the society as lecturer
at Northern Michigan University
in Marquette Dec. 8. His topic is
"The Jewish Doctrine of Man."

PHILIP J. GANNON, president
of Lansing Community College,
and Dr. JOHN W. PORTER, super-
intendent of public instruction for
the state of Michigan, will serve
as co-chairmen of the 1971 Mich-
igan Week Education Board. Their
appointment is announced by Fred
R. Charlton of Sturgis, general
chairman for Michigan Week 1971.
• • •
LILLIAN BENBOW, housing
specialist with the Michigan Civil
Rights Commission, has been re-
named general chairman for the
1971 March of Dimes Fashion Ex-
travaganza to be held in February
at the Latin Quarter, -it was an-
nounced by Mel Farr and Wayne
Walker, co-chairmen of special
events for the March of Dimes
Metropolitan Chapter (WaYne-
Macomb counties).
• *
The Easton, Pa_, Jewish Center
has claimed a record in services
in one post by a Jewish profes-
sional. Its executive director, JACK
SHER, has completed 45 years in
that position. He was engaged by
the center . when he was 20, prob-
ably the youngest man ever to be
named to such a post.

Rabbi EPHRAIM KOLATCH of
Temple Beth El, Long Beach, has
been elected president of the alum.
ni of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary. He suc-
ceeds Rabbi Meir Felman Judea
Center Synagogue, Brooklyn, who
becomes. honorary president.
e e
MORTIMER MAY, past national
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, was principal
speaker at a gathering of the Gen-
eral Zionist Organization in Rio de
Janeiro.

SAUL CARSO N, United Nations
correspondent for the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency from 1953 to 1966,
was tendered a luncheon by the
.Arnerican Zionist Federation to
mark his retirement with his wife
to Winter Park, Fla. Carson, who
was born in Russia 75 years ago,
immigrated to the United States
at age 13, attended the universities
of Michigan and Rochester, and
subsequently worked for many
newspapers and Jewish organiza-
tions. He authored two books.
• e

LEE A. IACOCCA, president of
Ford North American Automotive
Operations, will be the honored
guest and speaker at the 1970 an-
niversary banquet of the Detroit
Round Table, National Conference
of Christians and Jews, Dec. 16,
at Cobo Hall.

`Passports to Israel'
Offered by Habonim

The American Habonim Associa-
tion and the Labor Zionist Orga-
nization will sponsor their second
"Passports to Israel" program,
proceeds of which will go toward
• abonim Labor Zionist Youth's
educational,
camping and
other activities.
Last year, two
"passports" —
round-trip tickets
to Israel via El
Al Airlines—were
awarded to local
physician Dr.
Abraham Blumer,
whose contribu-
tion to Habonim Dr. Blumer
entitled him and 459 others to vie
for the passports.
For information, call Manfred
Werner, 353-8646.

Residence for Elderly

Pride in the American dream is THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
the message of the smash musical
Friday, November 27, 1970-35
"GEORGE M," which comes to
NEW YORK (JTA) — The cur- the Masonic Auditorium 3 p.m.
rent yeshiva day school year in Sunday, Dec. 6. Offering clean,
metropolitan New York began in family-type entertainment, "George
By
September with a small flurry of M" carries a huge company and
DANNY JAMES
teacher walkouts and deepening scenic production with which to
Featuring An Organ With Leslie
concern over underpayment of tell the story of America's famed
Speakers for Today's New Sound
teachers and school budget defi- Yankee Doodle Dandy boy, George
271-4679
cits, according to a spokesman for Michael Cohan.
the New York City AssoCiation of
Yeshiva Principals and Admini-
strators.
The spokesman said that most
of the strikes—which took place in
four day schools—were sparked by
delayed paychecks, rather than by
bids for pay increases. He told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the
walkouts were settled by giving
From the store that
the teachers postdated paychecks
knows and has what is
and by emergency loans, but that
IN and NEW the Pick-
the basic problems remained un-
wick Shops, prestige
solved.
fashions at popular
He reported that almost every
prices from fa m o u s
day school in the metropolitan
Brand names like HIS,
area had raised tuition charges
by 10 to 15 per cent and that
MALE, etc.
scholarship committees had se-
verely tightened eligibility re-
Specializing only in Junior,
quirements. He also disclosed
Jr. Petite sizes 3-15, and
that existing revolving loan funds
Preteen 6-14.
formerly available for day school
budgets had been completely ex-
Special Event! Large selection of Ladies
hausted.
The spokesman said some slight
VI. 1 /3 MORE OFF
WINTER COATS
relief would be forthcoming under
a new State Mandated Services
all stores—see them today
law, adopted last April, under
which day schools will receive
is and Birmingham stores only
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about $1,500,000 for the school
year, on the basis of grants of
GIGANTIC 1 /3 to 1 /2 OFF Sale on
$27 per pupil in grades one through
SPORTSWEAR, DRESSES, PANT SETS
six and $45 per student in grades
from our regular new winter stock
seven through 12. One grant will
be made in January and one in
New Orleans
March.

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YOUR CANDID COLOR

NEW YORK (JTA)—A $6,000,-
000 apartment residence for senior
citizens, containing 214 one-room
efficiency apartments and 13 two-
room apartments, is scheduled to
be opened in the Bronx next July
under sponsorship of the Daughters
of Jacob Geriatric Society. Findlay
House will combine the concepts
of attractive individual apartments
with communal facilities, accord-
ing to Mrs. Richard Ratner, presi-
dent of the geriatric center, an
agency of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies.

ITS A FACT

In 1971 , with
ih e help of
dollars,50 00 nati ' .
immigrants 4 tiet , •
welcomed in Israel--
hto-thirds of them I ■
will come frail
distress sltuations.

Fiscal Crisis Leads
to Yeshiva Walkouts

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TOWN & COUNTRY
COBRA
IS THE REAL THING

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