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March 23, 1973 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, March 23, 1973

Allied ewish Cam ai n Will Open Its 1973 Drive at Dinner

Exhibit Opened
on Holocaust
in Philadelphia

( Continued from Page 1)
Evelyn Orbach, producer of
"Highlights," some recently
completed agency projects
within the community and
talk about the present plans
for the use of a large, newly
acquired tract of undevelop-
ed land at Maple and Drake
Roads in West Bloomfield
Township.
Rounding out the "Chang-
ing, Patterns in Federation"
series will be the April 15
dialogue presenting Federa-
tion President Mandell L.
Berman; the women's divi-
sion campaign chairman,
Mrs. Merle Harris; and the
junior division executive com-
mittee chairman, Burton
Farbman. They will relate
the motivations of volunteers
with community involv e-
ments.

Local president Arthur S.
King and secretary-treasurer
Ernest Zip s e r anticipate
"greater response and sup-
port than ever before."
* * *
Cleveland Jewish
Welfare Fund Appeal
Aims for $15,220,000
CLEVELAND (JTA)—The
annual Jewish Welfare Fund
Appeal opened a month long
drive for $15,220,000 March
15 for 22 Greater Cleveland
agencies and Jewish needs
throughout the world. The
meeting, at Park Synagogue,
also recognized Israel's 25th
year of independence with a
series of exhibits highlight-
ing Appeal efforts for each
year of independence.
The goal of the regular
Campaign, he explained, is
$9,100,000, of which approx-
imately half will go to Great-
er Cleveland agencies. An

additional $6,100,000 is being
sought for the Israel Emer-
gency Fund.

HONEYWELL
BARBER
SALON

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—A
100-photograph exhibit o f
Jewish history in Nazi-oc-
cupied Europe made its local
Southfield & Nine Mile Rd.
debut here, with a special
Featuring
preview for key civic leaders
Men's Hair Styling
at the Philadelphia Civic
by
Center Museum invited by
the Memorial Committee for
the Six Million Jewish Mar-
Allied Jewish Campaign mercantile division leaders,
Mich. — State Champion
tyrs.
at 'a recent meeting, are from left, Norman Wachler,
and
The preview featured a chairman who hosted' the evening at his Huntington Woods
tribute to the people of Den- home, and the division's seven associate chairmen, Jerome
mark for their rescue of Lapides, Sol Cicurel,- Robert Schwartz, Irwin Kahn, Philip
Image Master Champion
thousands of Jewish lives L. Elkus, David Frank and Norman Rosenfeld.
State Trophy Winners
during the Nazi occupation
Appointments Available
of World War II.
The exhibit—"The Holo-
, MONDAY THRU FRIDAY- -
caust and The Resistance"—
354-3 170
Laundry Drivers
opened to the public March
9 for an 18-day run.
Start Joint Drive
A scroll from the Memor-
at Sunday Brunch
ials Committee on behalf of
Members of Laundry and
the Danes was accepted' by
Carlo Christensen, cultural
Linen Drivers Local 285 will
launch their annual joint
counselor with the Royal
Danish Embassy in Washing-
drive for the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency
ton, D.C.
Fund and the Detroit Hista-
Christensen took part in
rut Campaign, at a brunch
the Danish Resistance Move-
at the Jewish Center, 10:15
ment during the Nazi occu-
Detroit area attorneys enjoyed a cocktail reception a.m., Sunday.
pation of Denmark from 1940 at which
several judges were present as honorary hosts of
to 1945. He was cited in 1945
the AJC-IEF function. Pictured at the Raleigh House party,
by then General Dwight from
left, are: Jack Miller, chairman of the endowment
Eisenhower for his brave
conduct in, the underground. Fund of the Jewish Welfare Federation; AJC-IEF general
chairman Samuel Frankel; Stuart E. Hertzberg, attorneys
The Holocaust exhibit was section chairman, guest speaker; Moshe Rivlin, director-
'brought to Philadelphia by general of the Jewish Agency; and Bruce E. Thal, co-chair-
t h e Memorial Committee man of the AJC-IEF professional division.
under the cosponsorship of
the Civic Center Museum. It
was prepared in Jerusalem
largely from captured Nazi
photographs by Yad Vashem,
the Israeli Remembrance
Authority.
The . pictures detail the
history of Jewish resistance
during the Nazi era, and
commemorate the 30th an-
Conferring at the recent
niversary of the Warsaw
SHOES FROM ITALY
brunch
meeting of optome-
Ghetto uprising.
trists who support the Allied
AND
SPAIN. Definitive brogues in
The Holocaust also will be
Jewish Campaign - Israel
patent
leather
and supple multi-tones. Heels from
the subject of a six-week
Emergency Fund are Dr.
3
to
4
inches.
Prices
from $30 to (gulp) $100.
summer study tour and
Sheldon Powell (left) and Dr.
seminar, "Politics, Religion
Sharing a laugh at the nunchline to speaker Hy Kalus' Joseph Orent, section chair-
and Genocide," offered by story about one of his experiences in Israel are, from left, men. The optometrists met at
Temple University June 8- Drs. Elliott Folbe and Myron L. Attenson, co-chairmen of the Raleigh House and dis-
July 23.
the dentists' section; Kalus; and Dr. Arnold L. Kollin, sec- cussed new optometric tech-
Classrooms for the eight- tion chairman. Kalus is the artistic director of the Jeru- niques before pledging in-
MEN'S WEAR ABOUT A YEAR AHEAD OF DETROIT
credit seminar will be the salem Theater. The dentists and their wives met for dinner creased support to the cam-
Von Dyke Stores in Warren and Utica • Next Door Stores in Warren,
to
pledge
support
to
the
1973
Allie4
Jewish
Campaign.
major archives on the Holo-
paign.
Utica, Birmingham, Pleasant Ridge, Mt. Clements and Ecstland.
caust that have been as-
sembled in the first seminar
of its kind offered for credit Day Schools Get
by an American university Promise of Help
472 NEW 1973 BUICKS
as part of a regular summer
NEW YORK—At a meet-
program.
ing held in Brooklyn and at-
OPELS & HONDAS IN STOCK
tended by about 150 princi-
pals of Hebrew day schools
Locust Invasion
in the New York City area,
Threatens Israel
Sanford Solender, executive
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Lo- vice-president of the Federa-
custs may invade Israel and tion of Jewish Philanthro-
neighboring countries within pies of New York, was told
the next few weeks, possibly that the Federation must re-
before the end of the month, structure its priorities in
'according to -a warning is- terms of its allocations and
sued by the director general that funding for Hebrew day
of the United Nations Food schools must be distributed
and Agricultural Organiza- directly to the schools and
not through any central edu-
tion (FAO).
cational service agency, so
The warding, circulated as
to preserve the ideological
in letter form to all Near integrity of the schools.
East countries, including Is-
In response, Solender pre-
•ael, reported that locusts
MICHIGAN'S LARGEST
were breeding • in areas of dicted that the pioneering
Federation
venture
of
a
$20,-
BUICK
- OPEL - HONDA
Saudi Arabia . near the Red
campaign for a pro-
Sea and in the Yemenite Re- 000,000
INVENTORY
gram development fund for
public.
Jewish education will be
FAO teams are attempting successfully reached. and that
to exterminate the pests but the current ongoing dialogue
there is a danger that will ultimately forge an in-
swarms might turn north- strumentality whereby the
ward and invade Jordan, 168 Hebrew day schools in
Israel, Egypt and Sudan, the New York City will have a
letter said.
decided input on allocation
The last locust invasion formulas and on distribution
TELEGRAPH & 12 MILE
ACROSS FROM TEL-TWELVE MALL
of Israel was in 1962.
procedures.

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Michael G. Kelly

Guy Minnella

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IN MICHIGAN"

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