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November 05, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

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24—Friday, November 5, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Federation Young Leadership, Awards :
Go to Mrs. D. L. Sherman, Da*id,Page - I

Noted-Scholars, World Leaders W_illMfdress
Council of Federations Assethbly.,-Noy.:1044

NEW YORK—Louis A. Pincus, address to delegates at the Nov. 11 "The Middle East: AmeriCan
general assembly session, will dis- -Policy and-America ,:, Ophd on. ,*
David K. page - and Mrs. D. a joint 'meeting of the beard of chairman of the executive of the cuss
ca eu
"What Should America's Hu- This N
llne
en tuttf.
ai j i=Pf-1
reconstituted Jewish Agency
:
co
ltnuiunity
ticoWith.
Lawrence Sherman each will re- governors of Federation and _the newly
man
Priorities Be?"
Israel, and Dr. Charles L
ceive one of the UM Young Lead- annual meeting of United' Jewish for
Reliti0115
.-COunell, will
Schottland,
president
of
Brandeis
Of
major
interest
at
this
year's
ership Awards of the Jewish Wel- Charitlei at the Jewish• Center.
UniversitY, will ,give major ad- 40th forum will be the final re- will be chaired by Albert E. Arent,
fare Federation 8 p.m. Monday at - The awards are given .annually dresses
The Senday morning session
at the 40th general assem- view and action by the delegates
to the young- man and woman bly of the Council of Jewish Fed- of the recommendations of the dealing with "Current- Develop-
whose service to the Jewish com- eration and, Welfare Funds in Task Force on Jewish Identity ments in: Jewish Needs Outside of
Hadassah Defends
munity •-his' shown outstanding Pittsburgh, Nov. 10-14.
—capping two years of intensive, Israel" will have as .11s 'speaker
leadership potential.
Hospital Practices as
More than 1,500 communal lead- community-by-community study Samuel L. Haber, executive vice-
chairman- of the American Jewish
Mrs. Sherman, recipient of the ers from the United States and and discussion.
Youth Protest Autopsies Sylvia
Simon Greenberg Award,
including a large Detroit
At the assembly's opening plen- Joint Distribution Committee; and
NEW YORK (JTA)
Zeirel is a member of the board of direr Canada,
as panelists Gaynor. I. Jacobson,
Agudath Israel of America, an tors--of the Federation Women's delegation and a contingent of ary session Thursday morning, executive director, United HIAS
delegates, will be attend- Irving Blum of Baltimore, chair-
Orthodox youth group affiliated Division. She has held several foreign
Service,
and Paul Bernick, execu-
ing the five-day congress at the man of the task force, in his ad-
with Agudath Israel of America,
Pittsburgh Hilton. Hotel. Regarded dress "Jewish Identity — Recom- tive director, American ORT Fed-
opened a "How Long, Hadassah?"
as a major forum of the organized mendations for Action," will pre- eration. Chairman will be Edward
campaign Sunday in an attempt
Jewish community, the assembly sent a consolidated report preview- Ginsberg, general chairman, Unit-
to influence the women's organiza-
this year will focus on the priori- ing the signal resolution delegates ed Jewish Appeal.
tion not to conduct any autopsies
ties
of Jewish commitment and will be asked to vote upon before
without family consent in the Ha-
concern at home, in Israel and in the assembly ends.
dassah Hospital in Jerusalem.
other overseas lands.
Among the many highlights dur-
A spokesman for the youth group
Pincus, who will give the an- ing the five-day assembly will be
said 2,000 persons attended the
the
special session on Soviet Jewry
nual
Herbert
It.
Abeles
Memo-
rally in the Agudath Israel Cen-
rial Address at the Nov. 13 ban- which will be addressed by
ter in the Boro Park section of
• Selected fine jewelry
quet, presided over by CJF Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Allen
Brooklyn. Similar gatherings, the
and Diamonds
President Max M. Fisher, will Pollack of Yeshiva University.
spokesman said, were sponsored
Large Setection - of
Also featured at this session,
discuss "A New World Partner-
by ZAIA units in Baltimore, Cleve-
Page
Mrs. Sherman
Fine
Opal Jewelry
ship for Israel's Needs and under the chairmanship of past
land, Chicago and Toronto.
Watch and Jrnvelry Repair
CJF President Louis J. Fox of
The protestors in New York leadership positions in the divi- Progress."

World-renowned author, journa- Baltimore, will be a survey -of
asked: "How long will you, Ha- sion's annual Allied Jewish Cam-
LI 7-5068
dassah, refuse to grant your paign-Israel Emergency Fund list and humanist Elie Wiesel, prospects for concerted action
Near.
1Prist
Office
from
Richard
Maass,
chairman
of
brothers and sisters in Israel drive and has served as vice- who has been called "the most
13720-W. 9 lAiIe
the same 'basic right that you chairman of the Pace-Setters, eloquent voice in behalf of the Six the recently reorganized American
enjoy in America — the right chairman of Go-Getters and in Million," will provide the delegates Jewish Conference on Soviet Jew-
ry,
and
a
first-hand
report
from
to enter any hospital without fear cash mobilization.
with an "Encounter with Creativ-
that your body will become pub-
During.. last year's campaign, ity," offering readings from his 27-year-old Ilia Wolk, recent Soviet
emigre to Israel. A student at the
lic property."
Mrs. Sherman was chairman .of a own works at the oneg Shebat Hebrew
University, Wolk was act-
A spokeswoman for Mrs. Faye pilot project to..cleielep anew-cate- Nov. '12. Wiesel, who gave the
ileibert
R. Abeles Memorial Ad- ive in the Jewish movement in
Schenk, national president of Ha- gory of Pledges in the women's
dassah, told the Jewish Telegraph- division. She heads the project dress at last year's general as- Minsk and Riga and is currently a The Finest of Naiioncilly
sembly in Kansas City, also will member of a students' cross-coun- Advertised Clothing at
ic Agency that the Hadassah Hos- again in this year's campaign.
pital adheres to Israeli law. She
She has taken an active role in be the Sabbath guest at the Friday try "Freedom Bus" tour of the the Price You -Would Ex-
United States on behalf ofSoviet
and a spokesman for the Israel the educational programs of the evening dinner for delegates.
pect to Pay. .

Consulate stressed that only in division and was a member of the
At Sabbath morning services, Jewry.
Late Firday eyeing, Zvi Brosh,
emergency cases were autopsies institute planning committee for Dr. Marvin Fox, professor of
minister
for
information
for
the
performed in Israel without wait, three years.. Mrs. Sherman is
i a philosophy at Ohio State Univer-
ing for family consent.
sity, will address the congregation Embassy of Israel, and Irving
director of the Jewish Center.
F.'. Clothe, Fee 35 l'ean
The Hadassah spokeswoman said
Page, an attorney, receives an "Building the Quality of Jewish Kane, chairman, American Israel
24752 Telegraph. cif 10 Mile --
Public Relations Advisory Council,
Mrs. Schenk would not schedule the Frank A. Wetsman Memo- Life."
Daily, 9-6 Thurs. to S
such a meeting because it was rial Leadership Award.
In an overview of the social wel- will discuss. with the delegates
the Agudath Israel and National
He is a member of the young fare problems and actions before
Religious Parties in Israel who
cabinet of the United the nation, Dr. Schottland, in his
have been "derelict" in not suc- leadership
cessfully getting the Knesset to Jewish Appeal and co-chairman
section of the 1972
change the law. Both the spokes- of the attorneys
• Jewish Campaign-Israel Setup Reshaped
woman and the consulate spokes- Allied
Emergency
Fund.
He serves on as JDC Aids Jews
man- noted that such draft reslou- the hoard of the Jewish
Center
tions have gotten nowhere in the and
is
a
member
of
Federation's in- 25 - Countries
Knesset. - '
community
relations
division
for
A ZAIA spokesman said that his
GENEVA (JTA)—The Joint Dis-
and planning.
group has sharply condemned ex- budgeting
tribtition Committee has been re-
Nationally,
Page
is.
a
member
tremist actions against patholo- of the committee on leadership shaping its overseas operations
1018
D.' v ile
gists in Israel.
Alfons G. Rehme .--
development • - of the Council. of in order to meet the challenges of
the times, David Horowitz, director
Jewish
-Federations
.
and
Welfare
Specialist in. Vcilkswaten;-0 -
The mind of the bigot is like the
He also is president of general of the world-wide relief
_Between • Llraiiiehi =i Pitmans,
pupil of the eye;. the more -light Funds.
agency said at the closing session
Detroit
Men's
ORT.
you -pour. upon it, the more it will ' - -The. ;Frank A'. .Wetsm an 4 1demo- of -the JDC's annual conference
contract.
rial- Leadership Award was estab- here. .
Wendell Holmes, Jr: lished- by Mrs. Frank A: :Weisman
He said the new areas of opera-
and. William A. Wetsinan-in hohor tions have added health and wel-
of their husband' - and -father: The fare services to Israel to help that
Sylvia Siinon • Greenberg Award country with its social problems;
Passport-Photos
was . set up in 1965 by the late new youth activities to strengthen
_ unal life in Western
2 far s.3-95
Samuel S. Greenberg, and his sons Jewish comm
'Ronald and John, in memory of Europe and Iran; and re-oriented
Back Door
wife and Mother:
Jewish social and-Medical services
-..The-aulards include a grant to in Eastern Europe and North Af-
Galleries
elk- au/Age the recipients to attend rica. Since World War II the -MC
(under strict supervision of the Vaad klariabonim
-ziexk:leneral assembly of the has benefited 321,000 adults and
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Gouncil - af.Jewish Federations-and _chflciren., r
announces
Samuel L. - Haber, executive vice
chairman, said that some immedi-
, ;•- , i,- .. - ,-- ..
ate needs remained unmet because
Jewish Vocationcti Sisrvices • Announces:
of lack of funds.
Habas reported that in 1972 the
JDC will:again require over
$23,000,000 to assist some 300,000
Jews in 'distress in 25 countries.
A Workshop for Women. Planning to Enter
He noted that 40 per cent of
the JDC budget is allocated for
or Return to the Labor Market
health, welfare and education
at the tieW' Labor
,programs in Israel.
He said more then $1,000,000
goes to support ORT vocational
Enrollment Is liMited and
training programs in Israel. In
Europe,
Haber said, the JDC will
(lust N. of 12 Mite
Pre-Registration. Is Necessary
have to spend $6,100,000 by the
end of 1971 to help more than
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