Nancy SheklenEngaged National Young Israel Shofar Award
to Marry Neil Sosin
Going to Sam S. Novetsky March 28
MISS NANCY =ELDEN
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Shelden of
Santa Barbara Ave., Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Nancy Ellen to Neil Jay
Sosin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert
Sosin dt Capitol Ave., Southfield
Miss Shelden is a senior at the
University of Michigan, and Mr.
Sosin attends Wayne University's
law school. '
A June wedding is planned.
HARM, The Jewish NMI":
While -rending -your Jan. 22 is-
ea,, j-; appeased that there is a
•iisagreament hi the city over
hashrut'granted.by an "Indimbial
rabbi or layman:"
As an individual "irb; keeps
lsghit Lin the homy ,and, oat, there
Arleen frond this_ Muck that bas
How come a community at ap-
proximately 115,000 Jews cannot
support at least ace or more
kosher restaurants, when such
large cities as Toronto, Cleve-
land, Chicago, New York, and
Miami Beach have successfully
supported and serviced the. Jewish
community with several kosher
restaurants? Our city cannot agree
The president of Young Isra el
Centex of Greenfield, Sam S
Novetsky, will reecive the Shofa r _
Award of the national movemea t
at its annual dinner March 28 in
Nathan Sapepstein, national pr e-
sident of Young Israel announ ced
that Novetsky will be one of nin e
recipients throughout the nati on
who will be recognized for thei
efforts on ehalf of the movemen b L
Novetsky will represent the Mid
Novetsky's affiliation with the
Young Israel movement spans 46
years of service.
Born in 1912 in Poland, Novet-
sky came to the United States
with his family at ige 5, and set-
SAM S. NO1FETSEY
tled in Detroit. He studied mech-
anical engineering at the Uni- day, he holds the office of presi-
versity of Detroit.
dent of Young Israel of Green-
His affiliation with the Young field, to which he was elected last
Israel movement began at 12 when May.
he Joined Young Israel of Detroit.
Novetsky and his wife, Gall,
Later as a youth leader. Novetsky have five children and three
successfully organized 275 Young
Israel boys and girls into junior,
Their friends will give a kidush
intermediate and senior youth in their honor Saturday at Young
Israel of Greenfield.
In 1936, be was elected gabbal
and first vice president of the
Young Israel of Melbourne Cen- Wage Offer to Teachers
ter. From 1936 to '29 be served Will Cost $14 Million
as president of the Young Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The cab-
of the Jewish Center.
inet agreed Sunday to a compro-
Novetsky was elected president mise wage formula which, it
of Young Israel of Northwest Det- hopes, will settle its dispute with
roit in 1946 and was re-elected in high school teachers—at a cost of
1947, when he was instrumental in about $14,000,000. That will be the
enlarging the building and in the price tag of the settlement pro-
construction of classrooms for posed by the secretary general of
the teachers' union, Shalom Le-
DUNS, he was recipient of the vine, a Labor alignment ME.
Teethe Israel "man - of the year"
The union was expected to ac-
awlird;et a- testimonial dinner. To- cept the formula which,- the gov-
ernment has made it clear, rep-
resents its maximum concession.
The formula provides for parity
between a teacher's starting salary
and the salary paid to engineers
in the sixth grade category in the
civil service. • "
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Joavary 29, 1971-29
Michigan is the hub of the ricl.
Great Lakes industrial market
area. Over 70,000,000 consumer•
are within 500 miles of Michigan's
FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
And Hie Orcieste.
FINE FURNITURE TO LIVE WITH
TEL TWELVE MALL, SOUTHFIELD
to Avoid Holidays
(JTA) — An ad
hoc Committee of Jewish Students
at Northwestern University urged
President Robert-Strotz to change
the schedule for New Student Week
next September because it conflicts
with the start of the Jewish High
A decision within one week was
Why were the kosher restaur- asked, "Otherwise we will be
ants that were opened within the forced to take action as so many
last 10 years, closed after short other Jews have done recently, to
end the discrimination which faces
seemingly successful runs?
These questions should be an-
The students' letter noted that a
swered to the Jewish community,
situation occurred two
for it seems with the authorized
ago, and that while protests
supervision, it has come to a point years
ftum Joulsb-sititfients failed to eb._
...where instead of 4MitheritigEl-the tale a in the scheduling,
cause and the enjoyment of keep- the university "Issued a verbal
ing kosher, it has become a bur- promise that it would take the
Jewish calendar into account when
drawing up an academic calendar
MRS. BARBARA ADLER in the future." The letter added
that "We ask it to honor its prom-
Southfield, Mich. 48075
ise." It was not indicated what
• • • •
kind of action the students were
.(Editor's Note: Except for New contemplating if the appeal failed
York, New Jersey and Florida, a second time.
The letter was signed by repre-
there are no known states operat-
sentatives of the Student Fermi,
ing strictly kosher restaurants.
Chicago Jewish Strident
Chicago's is about to reopen as 'a
Press, the Beal Brith 111141
Foundation, American Students
for Israel, United Synagog**
France Believed Stalling
.Youth, the Chicago coordisabor
on Egypt- Bid for Reactor for the youth division of the•Jew-
ish Defense League, the Jewish
PARIS (France)—Well informed Stades& Movement, Association
sources here report that Egypt has for Torah, Advancement, the
made persistent attempts to ac- Jewish Radical Mica- Commit-
quire an atomic reactor from tee and the Jewish Reeoastrac-
France, but that the French gov- desist University Fellowship.
ernment is moving very slowly on
Their 'appeal declared that the
Jewish student groups had previ-
Solar Hedid, scientific adviser ously asked the university calen-
to the Arab League, came here dar committee to change the 1971
to further the negotiations. More schedule from its present start on
recently new approaches were Sept. 19, a Sunday evening, and
made by several Egyptian dip- have it start on Sept. 21.
Recalling the situation two years
The studied deliberations of the ago, the letter said that then, "as
Pompidou government belay ap- well as now," the university had
proving any sale are presumably copies of the Jewish calendar,had
based on its reluctance to make "received many pleas to change
available a reactor, whose plu- the date of the start of the student
tonium output could be used for week and that, on both occasions,
our -requests were _denied."
an atomic warhead.
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