With It 0,
A $150,099 -giftffrnn Samuel and
Isabelle- Friedman- has - been: ae-,
cepted lik Sinai HosPital, Dr. Julien
Priver;' executive vier - preiddent,
The giftwill enable - the labora
tort' departnient" to pro
coed witfi the firit phase of its
plannedexPansion; Dr. Privet-said.
The-Triedmansi- who ' lived in
Detroit since-1930, moved -to Cali-
fornia in the early 1980s This is
their - second - gift_ to 'SinaL Their .
Bret :was -,-"a.substantial. gift: to
the lalitmatory3ving. -
will- provide the lie-
. Ifinidng :of expulsion -inielving
both that -aid 'ground floor -por-
-lions of -the laboratory. wing.
Heinatology, urinalysis and blood
bank functiOns are to occupy the
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-29505 Northwestern Hwy. _
Southfield, - Mich:
WAtile, N. of. 12- Mile PA,
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first phase of new construction. has just ended •a three-year - term
Total cost is estimated at $500,000. on the national board of the Joint
A second _phase; not yet 'sched- Distribution Committee.
uled, will provide- facilitieS for
chemistry, medical • technologist
training, administrative and cleri- IVatson-Gourivitz, Rites
caraffices and pathological
Friedman was' associated with
the Newburgh Steel CO. until his -
retirement in the mid-1950s. Among
those benefiting from his gifts - are
Hebrew Uniirer-sity!s nuclear
physics building; Shaarey Zedek
-Hospital in Jeruialem; the Albert
Einstein School of Medicine, New
York; and Canip Tamarack, the
Samuel and Isabelle Friedman
auditorium, the Smith;Friedman
memorial chapel and •an animal
A member of C o n g. Shaare3r
Zedek while in Detroit, Friedman
is a- member. of the board of the
Jewish Welfare -Federation -- of =-San-
Francisco and Marin counties and
`Israel and the. UN'
to B.Raised at
MISS 'DONNA WATSON
Shaul Ramat', consul general of
Israel .for .-the Midwest,, ' will be
guest speaker_ at'the. Jewish_Oim-
munity, Council Delegate Aisembly
8:15 p.in. Monday at-the Jewish
- Council President Hubert J.- Sid-
low said "Israeranil the United
the topic of 'Ell
coati's talk;` II
r a el's relation
ship with the
in view of.current
discussions r e -
garding the Sta-
tus of Tem-sale:xi
Ind the qUestion
- A portion of the
assembly will be
dmioted to a me:
Sidney M. she '
vitz, twice Connell president, who
died Sept. 1. Dr. Samuel Krohn
will preside- at the memorial cere-
Other items on agenda will in-
clude a report on current activi-
ties by 'Council - Executiie pi-
rector Walter E. -
The Michigan Chapter'
en's_ American ORT will Serve as
hostesses for the social hoar -
lowing the assembly-.program.
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and Mrs. George H. Watson
of Beaverton, Mich., announce the
engagement of their daughter- Don-
na Jean to David A. Gourwitz,son
of Mrs. Bernard A. - Gourwitz of
Westhampton-Bd., Southfield, and
the late Mr...C.ourwitz.
- Miss, Watson and Mr. Gourwitz
are both' university seniors, the
bride-elect at Central Michigan and
her fiance at Michigan State.
A June wedding date has been
Histadrut to Start
Activity Oct. 24
Histadrut volunteers, members
of the. Labor Zionist movement and
friends will assemble 10:30 a.m.
Oct. 2 at the new Labor Zionist
Institute—Hayim Greenberg Cul-
tural Center. -
The agenda will include a report
of campaign activities and „finan-
cial results of the 1970-71 :Israel
Histadrut Campaign. in ad lion,
new ,officers for the 1971-72 am-
paign will be elected following - e
report of the nominations com-
All Histadrut volunteers attend-
ing the conference will receive
assignments. Those who cannot
attend will receive assignments
by mail during the -week follow-
ing the conference.
If time permits, there will be a
showing of the new Histadrut film,
"Beyond- the Mirage."
Contributions to the Histadrut
campaign support such vital pro-
grams as Histadrut scholarships,
Histadrut-Kupat Holim health
clinics and hospitals, homes for the
aged and senior citizens, aid to
technical and vocational schools,
cultural and educational activities
.._ welfare projects.
Informer on KKK THE DETROIT
Friday, October 15; 1971-35
Incident as Child -
It was partly sensitivity to anti- Cruises
Semitism that motivated the in-
former on six Ku Klux Klansmen,
who were arrested by the FBI in
the dynamiting of 10 Pontiac school
buses recently. -
In an interview with a Detroit
News reporter, Pontiac fireman
Jerome Lauinger called his role
in the arrest "my downpayment
Lauinger, who is of German
Catholic descent, infiltrated the
United Klaus of- America Inc.
Pontiac unit and sent reports on
the group's _activities to the De-
trait FBI office.
He explained that one reason he
took part in the undercover work
was that as a child he belonged to
a local branch of the pro-German
brownsaiirts. "I thought they were
some kind of boy scouts," he said.
When he . discovered that a boy-
hood friend was Jewish, he realized
that the anti-Semitism being
preached by the brownshirts was
only ethnic stereotype.
"I had been playing with him
for two or three years — all the
while hearing this anti-Semitic
junk—and I didn't know he was
Jewish until I saw the candles in
his house," Lauinger said.
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October 18 -thru N ovember 3
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Socialites Danci Has
Shnhat Torah Theme
A "Simhat Torah" dance will be
hosted by Detroit Socialites 9 pin.
Saturday at Berkley Masonic Tem-
Johnny C and his orchestra
will play. Refreshments, favors
and social mixers are planned.
Jewish men and women, age 40
and up, are invited, announced
Meyer Green. prdgram chairman.
The group is dedicated to social,
cultural and charitable interests.
Profits are donated to the Jewish
Allied Campaign and -Israel Emer-
r gency Fund.
For information, call Kay Gen-
ser, vice • -president, 543-0984, or
Bertha Feinberg, 5574778.
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