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CLEVELAND—More than 2.000
Hadassah delegates who had been
meeting in an exhaustive round
of workshops and plenary sessions,
in their four-day national conven-
tion here, began their final day
A fast in behalf of Soviet Jewry
replaced breakfast. Rabbi Israel
Miller, president of the American
Zionist Federation, conducted the
prayer service, and a display of
the food served Soviet Jewish pris-
oners of conscience in the "strict
regime" prison camps, where
Aug. 23—to Mr. and Mrs. Sander
M. Fields (Suzanne Fisher), 14601
Rosemary, Oak Park, a son
they are incarcerated, was dis-
Mrs. Max Matzkin, Hadassah
Zionist affairs chairman, presented
a resolution on Soviet Jewry stat-
ing thaat "Hadassah considers the
freedom of Soviet Jews to live as
Jews at home or to emigrate to
Israel a priority item on the Zion-
Prisoners in "strict regime"
camps, are given no sugar or fats
and are not allowed to receive
food parcels from the outside. The
diet totals about 1,200 calories—
half the daily requirement for a
person at active labor—and is par-
ticularly low in fat and Vitamin
A. It consists of the following:
19 oz. of black bread. day's ration
1 oz. herring
1 cup hot water
Thin kasha gruel, made from 1 oz.
buckwheat oats and a medium
Cup watery cabbage soup with
few slices of potato
3 1 2 oz. watery mashed potato
1 cup raw cabbage and tomato
An allocation by Hadassah of of Nazareth, who is now deputy
$400,000 to build and equip a minister of health in Israel and
day center in Jerusalem for un-• the first Arab to gain cabinet
derprivileged Jewish and Arab status, addressed the Hadassah
youths was announced by the Medical Organization plenary.
organization's president, Mrs.
Zuabi thanked Hadassah "in the
name of hundreds, perhaps thou-
She added criticism of American sands, • of Arabs who arrived at
Jewish leaders who engage in your institutions sick and left
as always fine
"sunlit sermonizing" about Israel's healthy and whole."
internal difficulties, declaring that
He then said that he is "con-
Merrillwcod Bldg. Mall
they "reside in comfort in the vinced that there is no intrinsic
United States, where pollution, opposition between my Israeli
slums, poverty and violence co- citizenship and my Arab patroit-
251 Merrill, cor. Woodward
exist with luxury, wealth and tech- ism" which "meet at one single
point: a just peace between my
A resolution passed at the Ha- people and my state."
dassah Medical Organization plen-
Furthermore, he said, "I am
ary demanded that the World not speaking for myself alone"
Health Organization cease proces- but for "more than 400,000 Arabs
sing political measures, such as living in the state and in the name
A worm, friendly atmosphere,
the anti-Israel resolutions it has of many of the inhabitants of the
pleasant surroundings and a creative
adopted at three consecutive administered areas. –
program—these typify MERRY MEL
Zuabi said that he does "not
Another resolution expressed believe in the possibility of attain- ODY NURSERY & KDGN. at 24951
"deepest admiration" for Israel's. ing peace at one throw . . . but Lohser near 10 Mile Rd.
"humane" treatment of surrender- that peace will come only in
Music is an important part of
ing Jordanian terrorists.
stages." He pointed out that be- each day. "Auntie Sarah" provides
A greeting from President cause of the involvement of the lively dances, rhythm band, and im-
Nixon was read by Mrs. Schenk. two Superpowers, the conflict has promptu song fests. There are trips
The President said:
, l• international dimensions which to the Zoo, Cranbrook and other
"Your activities help build the 1 makes the situation more difficult places of interest to pre-schoolers.
kind of civic spirit that is the and complex. However he said,"I The children enjoy the "fort" and
basis for a nation's vitality and I have the impression that both both the indoor and outdoor equip-
progress. At a time when com- sides have reached the conclusion ment, suck as rocking boots, slides,
munity participation is the key that war will not solve the con- and housekeeping corners.
to a better life for all citizens, flict.
The nursery has morning and
Hadassah may be justly proud
"I can say with confidence, from
cf its contributions in this area.
personal contacts and as a result afternoon sessions, some with lunch
included, and there is an all day ses-
"In the medical field., your of reading the Arab press, that
sion available for working mothers.
efforts, coordinated with the public opinion in the Arab states
There is limited transportation in air-
work of the National Institute now differs from what it was be- conditioned station wagons.
of Health and the Agency for
International Development, have has been that we now hear various
THERE WILL BE AN OPEN
been equally promising. I have Arab voices advocating a peace- HOUSE AND REGISTRATION ON
read with particular interest of ful settlement."
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th from 10:30
your most recent programs in
A.M. to 12:30 P.M. and also by ap-
pointment during the week.
"Mrs. Nixon joins me in wish-
Mrs. Holzman, the director is
ing all your members another
pleased to announce the addition of
successful and productive year
for $ 3.95
Mrs. Mina Goldman, M.A. and Mrs.
Marilyn Dale, B.A., and Mrs. Gladys
Abdul Aiziz Zuabi, former mayor
Artinian to her staff. For further in-
Merry Melody Nursery
Aug. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Bressler (Rosalind Radin), 26215
Woodvilla Pl., Southfield, a son,
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Dr. Mary C. McLaughlin, New
Aug. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. York City health commissioner,
George A. Cohen (Joan Budson), whose agency did an anlysis of
14451 Borgman, Oak Park, a the diet, has charged that "the
daughter. Tracy Susan.
severe nutritional restrictions" in
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the Soviet strict regime prison
Aug. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen camps "exact a heavy toll on the
Glassaer (Nickie Lezell), 25169 prisoners, leaving them open to
Parsons, Southfield, a daughter, skin and lung infections, muscle
Deborah Ilyse. waste and mental breakdown."
Dr. Arnold Bender, noted Eng-
Aug. 13—To Airman Sgt. and lish nutritionist at the University
Mrs. Robert Franklin (Marjorie of London Medical School, likened
Peltz), Detroiters stationed in San this diet to that provided in Nazi
Bernardino, Calif., a son. Ken- concentration camps during Warld
neth Eric. War II.
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Israel's ambassador to the United
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob- States, Gen. Itzhak Rabin, predic-
ert C. Jasgur (Harriet M. Docks), ted that "In the long run, Egypt-
26280 Woodville, Southfield, a with the good offices of the United
daughter, Rebecca Ann, States—will make concessions and
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the (Suez) canal will be reopened.'
Rabin asserted that "Israel is
Aug. 13—To Dr. and Mrs. Allan
- Fraiberg (Nancy Zeiger), 21458 making many concessions by allow-
Dequindre, Warren, a son, Mat- ing Egypt to reopen the Suez Canal,
I run it and receive the enormous -Ir.*
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revenues that it can earn from it,
Aug. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar - even though a peace has not been
vin Kaplan (Eileen Solomon), 931 attained."
A "return to comprehensive
Century, Troy, a daughter, Ste-
, patient care" and the "creation
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of a new 'image' of the family
Aug 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred physician" was recommended in
Miller (Arlene Tyner), 27530 Arl- a report to the convention. The
The 27th annual leadership sem-
ington, Southfield, a son, Craig report contends after a six-year
inar and workshops of Metropoli-
study that these goals "will re-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith will take
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quire changes in the education
place 6 p.m. Monday at Cong.
July 31—To Dr. and Mrs. Law- of physicians—the teaching me-
rence Ruzumna (Sharon Bez), for- thods, the kind of teachers ap-
Keynote speaker at the dinner-
mer Detroiters of Los Angeles, a pointed and the framework with-
seminar will be Sol Moss, presi-
in which teaching is conducted."
dent of District Grand Lodge 6,
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"The kibutzim can offer much who will address leaders of the.
July 17—To Rabbi and Mrs. to the Israeli child in search of 25 area Bnai Brith lodges.
Jakob Bokr (Malke Pine of Chi- rehabilitation, as well as to the
The annual seminar workshops
cago), 23271 Kipling, Oak Park, new immigrant," according to
are designed to indoctrinate
a son, David.
world director of Youth Aliya,
lodge officers and committee
chairmen with their responsibili-
"The renaissance of Youth
ties and objectives, and to plan
Ailya's children's groups in the
committee programs for the
kibutzim," he added, "will bene-
fit Youth Aliya, its children and
Paul Perry, vice president of
the kibutzim themselves."
the council, is the evening's chair-
Klarman submitted this view man. Louis Segel is president of
in a report to Hadassah's Youth the council.
Aliya national board in which he
• elaborated on his recent plan for
the additional absorption by Israel BB to Meet Shoppers
of 4,500 children "of culturally de-
in Oak Park Sunday
Even though the Israeli pound
Louis Marshall and Zager-Stone
has now been devalued, its Ameri- lodges will man membership
o r •
can equivalent dropping from 28.6 booths at the 10 Mile and Coolidge
cents to 23.8 cents, Klarman told shopping center in Oak Park Sun-
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that day morning, in conjunction with
the IL 24,000,000 sum would re- Bnai Brith's "Open Enrollment"
main as the budget for the new membership campaign.
absorption program. The proposed
Shoppers will receive BB litera-
budget was projected before the ture, and their questions will be
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Hadassah announced a program
David Levine is council mem-
LI 1-9769 to encourage group blood banks. bership
chairman. Marsh all
Under the plan, Hadassah mem- Lodge president is Nathan Knop-
bers and their families, relatives pow. President of Zager-Stone
and friends would donate a pint Lodge is Howard Schwartz.
of blood annually; in return each
donor and his spouse, children,
Metropolitan Detroit, which in-
parents and grandparents will be cludes the counties of Wayne,
entitled to an unlimited quantity Oakland and Macomb has a popu-
of blood for a full year after the lation of 4,199,931—an 11 per cent
date of the donation.
increase since the 1960 census.
Sol Moss to
Due at Parley
r. . —.—. ,
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