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March 10, 1972 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-10

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ugia eLi. whites
David Pollack Honored at.Bond Parley Share Concerns
in Unique Group

284rtclity, March - 10, 1972

• THE 'DETROIT 1EW1311441195

The concerns of blacks and
whites—often vocal when they're
apart but rarely expressed in- a
social milieu—are being explored
in a unique experiment in under-
, standing
The group, whose founding mem-
bers were from the Tried Stone
Baptist Church and the Labor
Zionist Alliance, has no name, no
dues and no requirements for at-
Its opening meeting, held in the
home of Dr. Claude Young (Detroit
chairman of the Southern Christian
' Leadership Conference, whoSe son
took part- in a Jewish Center Ulpan
'trip to Israel), set the groundwork
for future meetings of students,
teachers, business and professional
people. Their common bond was
the desire to talk and work to-
gether. -
Until now, social contact be-
tween the two groups had been
practically nonexistent. One young
housewife admitted at the initial
gathering that this had been her
first visit to the borne of a black
person. Several blacks, in turn,
said they knew about whites only
from working as domestics in their

David Pollack (second from left), Detroit Israel Bond chair-
man, was honored at the recent Miami Beach International Israel
Bond Conference for his leadership in the Israel Bond' campaign.
With him are (from left) Gen. Haim Bar-Lev, former chief of staff
of Israel; Ira Guilden, president of the Israel Bond Organization;
and Sam Rothberg, general chairman. Pollack was presented with a
plaque citing him for extraordinary service in behalf of Israel.
Mrs. Pollack is the Detroit Israel Bond women's division chairman.
A total of $126,460,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions was realized at
the conference.

activities in Society

Other concerns — including
crime in the streets and the
feeling by blacks that they must
drop traditional modes of be-
havior if they are to survive in
a "hostile 'white soclety'—have
been explored in meetings.
During the social hour following;

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kief of Grand Concourse Dr., Southfield,
have had as their guest this week their cousin, Rose Herscovitz of
Chicago. Miss Herscovitz is a former Detroiter.
The Shapiro-Schwartz-Feinstein Family Club recently met at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Levy, of Forrestwood Dr., Southfield.
The following were elected: President, Avrum Feinstein;',.vice presi-
dent, Harry Shapiro; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Kelton; and secretaries,
Mrs. Wilfred'Cole, Mrs. George Zerry and Mrs. Harold Weiss.
Family and friends of Morris L. Fruman, a Detroiter for 65 years _
now living in Hollywood, Fla., will help him celebrate his 80th birth-
day March 18 in Hollywood.


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little macaroni pies are just
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cheese in the middle. Then
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or supper. And just about
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tunity to visit with one another
in a social setting. The role of
moderator, which is shared - by
rotating teams of one black and
one white person, is to keep the
discussion flowing freely, not to
control the subject matter. The


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I The Jewish VocationaU Service
I is. organizing its annual summer
'job placement program for high
school and college.students. .
Seymour Simons, placement su-
pervisor at the Jewish Vocational
Service, emphasized the difficulty
these students will be facing when
they seek summer employment.
The students will be competing
in a critical job market.
With the ever-rising living and
tuition costs, many college stu-
dents are dependent on summer
employment to enable them to
complete schooling. High school
graduates must work in summer
to earn enough to begin college.
All student applicants are care-
fully screened by vocational coun-

Morris Dorn
Makes Appeal
for Mo'os Hitim-

selors at the Jewish Vocational-,
Service. These - students possess
many Anti and 'varied abilities,
Simons. "They are.highly mo- -
tivated and willing to learn. They -
can work at ?natty - jobs: laborers,
stockmen, drivers, mother's help-
ers arid many more." - -
Employers who_ have - or - can
create a job for a student for the
summer months are - asked to call
Simons at the; Vocational
Service, 833-8100: '



Party Planning
& Misc. Party AcCessories fir
all occasions.

For App,. Can . ;45741254

For rjustoin Dr dery

A renewed appeal for funds for
the Mo'os Hitim Passover–Relief
Funds was issued this week by
Morris Dorn, president of the De-
troit committee.
"No Jewish family or individual
in our midst shall be denied the
necessities for the traditional Pass-
over observances," Dorn said. <
Contributions to the annual fund
are to go to the Mo'os Hitim Com-
mittee, 24225 Greenfield, Southfield,

Dorn said hundreds, of Jewish

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two moderators get together prior
to the next meeting to evaluate

the proceedings and make Sugges-
tions for future gatherings.
Emphasizing "collaboration"
rather than integration, the black
and white participants are encour-
aging others to follow their exam-
ple—to dispel mistrust and false
myths through communication.
Anyone who wishes to join the
group, which will meet again on
Sunday, may call Al Michaels;





families are in need of supplies
for Passover this year and he ex-
pressed the hope that -generous
gifts will assure -fulfillment of the
the participants have 'the oppor- current needs.


Home: A Sanctuary

The Jew's home has rarely been
his "castle;" throughout the ages
it has been something far higher—
his sanctuary.—Joseph H. Hertz. ..

Vikiitional Service. Seeks - EmplOyeris-- .
to Hire Students f . Summer - Months

- under
- strict BabhinicalsuperviSiont. Certificate on request


A "new way to buy dithing" is
the promise which heralds WALK-
ER'S. a new type of men's clothing_
store which opened on Southfield
Rd. near 11 Mile Rd.- The cloth-
ing counterpart of the warehouse-
showroom selling approach will
be used by owners. IRVING and
ELLIOTT FIELD. Manufacturers'
_suggested retail prices and Walk-
er's' "special" prices are clearly
marked side by side. There is some
sales help but, for the most part,
the customer waits on himself.
a a * • _
present its 12th annual fashion
show and luncheon 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at the Raleigh House.
Proceeds go to, the Variety. Club
Growth and Development Center
of Children's Hospital of Michi-
gan. For tickets, call Mrs. Martin
Zide, 353-1541 or Mrs. Sidney
Blumenthal, 353-5632.

Home for Aged Expanded

NEW YORK (JTA)—A $17,000,-
000 construction program now un-
derway at the Hebrew Home for
the Aged in Riverdale, will provide
348 additional nursing home beds
for the extended care Of
Jews, according •to W- 1 114.1 71 994 -
Bite, president of the hOine.


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