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December 03, 1971 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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T h e SCANDINAVIAN S Y M-
PHONY ORCHESTRA will pre-
sent its first concert of the season
8:20 p.m. Saturday at Henry Ford
High School. This concert will fea-
ture the "Trembita" Ukrainian
Chorus and the major orchestral
work will be Tchaikovsky's Sym-
phony No. 5 in E Minor.

T echnion President Installed at;Dinner

THE DETROIT:JEWISH. NEWS
Desitneoltie 3,1971

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present a concert 8 p.m. Saturday
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13560 E. McNichols. The orches-
tra. comprised of 85 young musi-
cians from Michigan and Ontario,
is conducted by Matti Holli, con-
ductor of the Windsor symphony.
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The Detroit Chapter, American Technion Society, installed. its
new president at the society's recent 26th annual dinner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Picture are (from left) Yosef Ami, vice president
of Technion-Israel Institute of Technology; Julius .1. Harwood, Detroit
Chapter president; and Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz, chairman of the
department of surgery, Sinai Hospital, who was guest speaker at
the dinner. Other officers installed were Sam Rich, chairman of the
executive committee; Salmon Grand, chairman of the board; David
Kahn, vice president; Sol Lifsitz, vice chairman of the board;
Charles Stone. treasurer; and Richard Modell, secretary.

Detroit Zionist Fed eration President
Urges Vote by Mail Ballot for Congress

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Louis Panush, president of the
Zionist Federation of Detroit, is-
sued a call to the Jews of metro-
politan Detroit to vote in forth-
coming elections to the 28th World
Zionist Congress, scheduled to con-
vene in Jerusalem Jan. 17.

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Broomfield Wants
2 USSR Republics
Out of the UN

IVORY REG. 38.95

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A total of 525 delegates from 30
countries, including 152 from the
United States, will participate.
Eligible to participate in the
nationwide postal ballot are all
those who belong to the American
Zionist Federation by virtue of
their membership in any consti-
tuent organization or as members-
at-large at the AZF.
Panush stated that members will
receive their ballot in the mail
soon.
Panush emphasized "by voting
you will guarantee the fulfillment
of Zionist ideals and you will
strengthen the hands of those who
are committed to Israel to its
peace and security without reser.
vation."

A resolution calling for the ex-
pulsion of Byelorussia and Ukraine
from the United Nations was in-
troduced by Congressman William
S. Broomfield (R-Royal. Oak).
The measure states that since
these two members are in fact
part of the USSR they should be
ineligible for UN membership. It
calls upon President- Nixon to in-
struct the U.S. delegation to the
UN to presr for their expulsion. -
"While I feel the expulsion of
any member nation is a step
backward, Byleorussia and the
Ukraine are by no stretch of the
imagination sovereign or inde-
pendent countries. They do not
even engage in -their own for-
-eign relations," Rep. Broom-
field said.
"In the final analysis," he added
"their presence in the UN gives
the USSR three votes in the Gen ,.
eral Assembly. That is a far cry
from equal representation, espe=
citing since the Soviet bloc coun-
tries owe over 6118,000,0GO in past
dues.

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Post Office Announces
Expanded Local Hours

Postmaster Edward L. Baker has
issued another appeal for early
holiday mailing, and at the same
time announced window service
hours at most Detroit postal std-
tions and branches would be ex---
tended during the holiday season.,
Window Service hours at neigh
borhood stations and branches will
be as follows: Dee. 6-17, 1:30 a.m.=
5 p.m.;. Dec. 11, 8 a.m.-4;30 p.m.;
Dec. '18, 8 a.m.-noon; Dec 20, 8
am.-5 p.m.
Baker said 'service - during eit,
tended hours will be limited to ths
sale7of ,stamDs:zincl. the„..a.c.eeptance
of piikelltsiwklia'oratery mr

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