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March 24, 1972 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 24, 1972 25
Bazak Israel Guild e for '72 -'73
,_- lines needed for a proper tour of Mexican Trip Follows
Bazak Israel Guide has already
Rosenfeld-Gurvvin Rites Delegate Assembly Hears Plea
gained wide acceptance for its Israel. The newest edition, "Bazak
thorough presentation of the guide- Israel Guide 1972-1973" just pub-
to Support Borman Parents
lished by Harper, gains significace

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in its having been brought up to
date.
Produced by Abraham Levi, the
new Bazak Gni& has the neces-
sary information about touring, it
deicribes the Israeli' communities
—Jewish, Christian, Arab, Druze
—and is especially valuable for
the routes it draws for travel
through the land.--
These routes are as important
for the tourist as knowledge of
the cities and kibutrim, all of
which are delineated in all de-
tails.
Maps included in this work will
serve the tourist well both in ac-
quiring a knowledge of the land
as well as in driving through it.
All essentials necessary for
tourism are properly covered in
this guide, whose producers have
the experience gained in produc-
ing many years' similar works.
High commendation is given
this guide in an introduction by
Israel Minister of Tourism Moshe
Kol.

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MRS. HENRY ROSENFELD

Barbara Ruth Gurwin was unit-
ed in marriage with Henry Jay
Rosenfeld in a recent evening cere-
mony at Cong. Bnai David. Rabbi
Hayirn. Donin and Cantor Hyman
Adler officiated.
The new Mrs. Rosenfeld is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gurwin of Pontiac Ave. South-
'
field. Mr. Rosenfeld is the
son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenfeld
of Lacrosse Rd., Southfield.
Following a honeymoon in Aca-
pulco, the couple will live in South-
field

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A puzzle has been created by
Free Press columnist Bob Talbert
On Wednesday he wrote about a
Southfield beauty shop that was
disrupted by the anger of a new
owner who discharged hairdress-
ers, had to call police to escort
screaming cosmetologists and
promptly closed the shop.
"But," the Columnist added, "the
hairdressers' screams were nothing
compared to those of some two
dozen customers, mostly wealthy
Jewish ladies, whose heads were
left partially done. Now that's a
scream."
The question arises: how does
Talberg know when a lady is Jew-
ish and what's his method of learn-
ing that she is wealthy? And some
are asking: doesn't he know that
on a Saturday the Jewish ladies
are in the synagogue?
Talberg sure muddied the dirty
waters from unwashed heads!
—S. F. S.

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Arthur Howard Chairs
JWF Land Committee

Arthur Howard has been ap-
po in ted chairman of the real
estate and land committee of the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
United Jewish Charities. He suc-
ceeds Richard Solan, who served
in that capacity for several years.
The announcement was made
jointly by Alan E. Schwartz, Fed-
eration president , and Irwin
Green, UJC pres-
ident.
At the same
time, Maurice S.
Cohen was nam-
ed vice chairman
of the committee,
which is charged
with locating and
acquiring site s
a n d properties
for current and
future u s e of
Howard
member agencies of Federation.
Other members of the committee
are Irwen I. Cohn, Samuel
Frankel, Lewis S. Grossman, Mil-
ton M. Howard, Graham A. Orley,
Erwin S. Simon, Bert L. Siniikler,
Phillip Stollman and Paul Zucker-
man. Green and Schwartz are ex
officio members.

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Passover Super Special

An appeal on behalf of the par-
ents of Borman branch of the
United Hebrew Schools, who are
seeking to keep the school open
next; year, was issued at the dele-
gate assembly of the Jewish Com-
munity Council—last week.
Ralph Levy, who has been lead-
ing a campaign for the Northwest
Detroit area school, the last in
the city, contended that the needs
of Jewish families in Detroit are
being disregarded in "institutional
decisions."
"These families have their backs
up against the wall," he said. "They
want to bring up their children
Jewish within the city of Detroit,"
but there is "only one synagogue
with a commitment to remain (Beth
Moses). The children attend public
schools and have no other place
to go to develop their Jewishness."
He said that the United Hebrew
Schools' offer to bus the children
is not acceptable to the parents, of
whom there are some 95.
The students involved, about 126,
do not come from affluent fam-
ilies, Levy said. "Some can't afford
even to move within the city, much
less out of it." Others, whose par-
ents work for the city of Detroit,
have no choice but to remain,
along with those who have indi-
cated some "ethical" commitment
to live in the city, he said.
"The United Hebrew Schools has
1,200 pupils-10 per cent of them
in Detroit," he said. "Must that
10 per cent make up the United
Hebrew Schools deficit?"
Urging that the matter be
handled as "an internal affair"
of the Jewish community "before
these families take to the
streets," Levy urged support for
the resolution adopted by Bor-
man parents which calls for
retention of the schooL
In other action at the assem-
bly, delegates from Council's af-

DR. ALBERT SABIN, president
of the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence, soon will marry Heloise
Dunshee deAbranches of Brazil.
Dr. Sabin and his fiancee are in
Palm Beach, Fla., where he is
convalescing from open heart sur-
gery. Miss Dunshee deAbranches,
a Rcman Catholic widow and
grandmother, said she doesn't
think the difference in their reli-
gions will be a problem. "Albert
is an international man," she
said. This is a third marriage for
Dr. Sabin, whose first wife died
and second wife divorced him two
years ago.

filiate organizations adopted the
revised Council constitution, un-
changed since it was written in
1937.
David I. Rosin, who chaired the
constitution revision committee,
said that most of the amendments
had to do with membership and
voting procedures.
Revisions included the elimina-
tion of the requirement that the
recording secretary speak Yiddish.
Despite a plea, in Yiddish, by Dr.
Shmarya Kleinman that the pro-
vision be retained, voting delegates
agreed that the need was no longer
what it had been 30 years ago.
Hubert J. Sidlow was nomi-
nated to a second term as presi-
dent of Council; Rabbi Hayim
Donin, Lewis Grossman and Ber-
nard Panush, vice presidents;
Mrs. Seymour Roive, secretary;
and John Shepherd, treasurer.
Nominating committee chairman
Judge Lawrence Gubow listed the
following nominees for three-year
terms of the executive committee:
Daniel G. Berk, Erwin S. Bunin,
Dr. Abraham F. Citron, Stanley J.
Ellias, Mrs. Samuel Fishman, Rab-
bi Leon Fram, Rabbi James I. Gor-
don, Dr. Shmarya Kleinman,. Mrs.
Julian -H. Krolik, Mrs. Joseph H.
Meltzer, Mrs. Louis G. Redstone,
David I. Rosin, Harley M. Selling,
Edwin G. Shifrin, David S. Tanz-
man and Harvey L. Weisberg.
For a two-year term on the ex-
ecutive committee: Morris Lieber-
man and Mrs. Robert Siegel: and
one-year term, Mrs. Philip Fealk
and Irving Tukel.
Nominations by petition may be
made by the March 30 deadline.
The annual election of Council of-
ficers and Executive Committee
members will be held at the sea-
son's final assembly May 8.
Serving on the nominating com-
mittee with Judge Gubow were
Mrs. Samuel Caplan, Jerome W.
Kelman. pr. Irving Posner, Mrs.
Aaron Shifman, Mrs. Leonard Sims
and Mrs. Nathan Spevakow.

-Business
Briefs

WALTER HERZ INTERIORS,
one of Detroit's leading interior
design studios, will expand facil-
ities in June when it moves to
its new headquarters at 29425
Northwestern, Southfield. The fa-
cility, devoted exclusively to in-
terior design, will provide many
special services not currently
available in the Detroit area. The
seven professional staff members,
directed by Henry G. Demant, are
all members of the American In-
stitute of I n t e r i or Designers.
Among the specialties of the new
facility will be a decorative arts
gallery, an interior designer's mu-
seum of accessories, sculpture and
furniture. Another exclusive fea-
ture will offer a wide range of
one-of-a-kind., lighting fixtures,
beadspreads and draperies. All
custom work will be done in a
design studio on the premises.
• • •
Ground-breaking c er e moni e s
marked the official start of the
$2,000,000, 33,000 square foot Quak-
ertown Medical Arts Condominium
in the Thompson-Brown Office
Center in Farmington. THOMP-
SON-BROWN CONSTRUCTION CO.
is general contractor for the two-
story structure designed by Straub,
Van Dine, Associates, Architects.
• • •
KAREN JOHNS has been named
public relations director of STONE
AND SIMONS ADVERTISING,
INC.

There ain't but one word wrong
with every one of us in the world,
and that's Selfishness.
Will Rogers.

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