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April 27, 1973 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-27

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38—Friday, April 27, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

ram Walker Inc., has been
named general chairman of
the 1973 United Negro Col-
lege Fund campaign for the
state of Michigan. Musick
was honored in 1969 by the
United Jewish Appeal for
his leadership in stimulating
concern for humanitarian
causes. In 1971, a perman-
ent scholarship and fellow-
HARRIET BERG, teacher ship fund was established in
and choreographer, will be his name at Brandeis Uni-
one of six women to receive versity.
a Headliner Award at the
40th anniversary luncheon of
For the third year, former
Women of Wayne May 5.
Mrs. Berg, children's dance State Rep. ALBERT A.
instructor at Quarton School, KRAMER has been re-elected
also teaches at the Jewish to the executive managing,
Center and the Performing board of directors of Michi-
Arts Center of University of gan Blue Shield. Kramer,
former chairman of the In-
Detroit-Marygrove.
surance committee of the
state legislature, was elected
JACK MUSICK of E. Jef- to the board at the annual
ferson Ave., president of Hi- meeting of the board of con-
trol, also elected was San-
ders Goodstein, president of
General Foundry and Manu-
facturing Co., Flint. Kramer
recently was elected a mem-
assembly of the State Bar
of Michigan.
CUSTOM

National President Mrs.
ELEANOR MARVIN was re-
installed for a second two-
year term as the head of the
National Council of Jewish
Women during the closing,
session of NCJW's 30th na-
tional convention at the Deau-
ville Hotel, Miami Beach.

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Fascist Violence Erupts in Italy

they call "fascism of the "The European capital of
By BEN JUAREZ
JTA Rome Correspondent double-breasted suits," a ref- cracked skulls."
THE MICHIGAN STATE
Many Italian politicians are
CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIA-
ROME (JTA) — "It was erence to the natty dressing
TION will hold its annual just like the fascist hooligan- of party leaders. As a result, sincerely worried about the
dinner-dance and show 6 ism of the 1920's," said San- a number of fringe organi- threat from the right. Two
p.m. Saturday at the Raleigh dro Pertini, president of the zations tolerated by the MSI years ago, an attempted coup
House. Cocktails will pre- Italian Chamber of Deputies. —but repudiated by the party by the extreme right had
cede the 7 p.m. dinner, and He was referring to the neo- when convenient—have mush- comic-opera overtones. But
entertainment will follow. fascist riots in Milan re- roomed on the extreme right now the neo-Fascists are
The comedy team of Allen cently which left one police- of the Italian political spec- better organized. They have
and Rossi will introduce their man dead — ripped by a trum. Such a group is a powerful parliamentary
new act. Dr. R. H. Klinder combat-type hand grenade— "National Vanguard," which base, and the extremist youth
heads the steering commit- and sent shock waves around was deeply involved with last organizations have expanded
week's riot.
and are giving all of Italy
Italy.
tee.
Police have arrested one serious cause for alarm
For more than two hours
Red Cross will hold its hundreds of n e o - fascist member of the organization,
annual NATIONAL AQUA- youths, faces covered with Vittorio Loi 22-year-old
FURNITURE
TIC SCHOOL June 13-23 at black handkerchiefs, strutted son of former boxing cham-
SALES
Camp Copneconic near Flint. through the streets of Milan pion Duilio Lai — and have
IN YOUR HOME. WE SELL
The sessions in first aid, shouting slogans against issued arrest warrants for
COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FUR-
small craft and water safety "Communists" and "Jews." three other youths in connec-
NISHINGS FROM BASEMENT
are for training instructors. They exchanged Hitler-like tion with the killing of the
TO ATTIC, ESTATES LIQUIDATED.
policeman.
salutes
and
many
carried
To be eligible to enroll, per-
Marion Gaspas
sons must be at least 17 and iron bars and clubs.
National Vanguard is one
626-8402 626-6795
The battle erupted when of a number of groups which
certified by a doctor to be
Irene Eagle
in good physical condition. about 500 youths defied a po- have turned Milan into what
326-4200
626-4769
lice
ban
on
political
meetings
For small craft school, stu-
one police official called
dents must be able to swim in Milan until April 25. The
in addition to meeting the ban was imposed because of
age and physical requir- tension at the State Univer-
ments. For applications, call sity earlier in the week which
resulted in rioting.
Red Cross, 834-4440.
The neo-fascists had plan-
COMMUNITY INFORMA- ned a rally which was to
TION SERVICE of United have been addressed by Sen.
Community Services is ready Ciccio Franco of the Italian
to update the social resources Social Movement (MSI).
The violence in Milan des-
directory. Volunteer typists
For
are needed Monday through troyed the claims of the MSI
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAS CONFIRMATIONS
to
be
the
party
of
law
and
Friday, on a temporary basis
SWEET 16 & SHOWERS
to type and stuff envelopes. order. For Italians, it was a
side
of
the
radical
right,
This can become an ongoing
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volunteer position. For infor- which has been growing vir-
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Southfield, Mich.
mation, call Betty Cady, 833- tually unchecked for several
Mon.-Sat.
9:30-4:30
years.
3430.
The leader of the MSI
* * *
"COUNT DRACULA," is Giorgio Almirante, has for
being featured at Meadow years been trying to give his
party a moderate "law and
Brook Theater through May
order" image in an attempt
17. Meadow Brook has sched-
to capture the votes of Italy's
uled four extra performances
"silent majority." He has
of this play. Tickets may be succeeded in making the MSI
purchased at Hudson's, Grin- the third largest party here,
Meadow Brook Box Office, with 56 deputies in parlia-
377-3300. Phone reservations ment.
may be charged to Bank
But Almirante's "modera-
Americard or Master Charge. tion" is rejected by diehard
*
extremists who scorn what
"Walk a Mile to Save the
Life of a Child" is the theme
of this year's 20-mile Walk-
a-Thon sponsored by the
MARCH OF DIMES May 6
at the Oakland Country Court
house. Children under age
12 must be accompanied on
Ramati, consul gen-
the walk by an adult. To
eral of Israel for the Mid-
join the walk call the March
west, will be guest speaker
Every good businessman knows that any
of Dimes office, 681-2420.
at the Greater Lansing Is-
product—
including a hotel— has to be
Registration will be from
rael 25th anniversary dinner
something more than new to be worth its salt.
8-9 a.m. at the courthouse.
7:30 p.m. May 5 at Cong.
When we first open our doors, we'll be
Shaarey Zedek, East Lans-
something more than new. We'll be everything
Detroit Institute of Arts ing.
will present "THE ADVEN-
you've ever wanted in a site for your business
George M. Kessler, chair-
TURES OF TOM SAWYER"
meetings — large or small. Our six meeting rooms
man of the Greater Lansing
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. May 5 at
can seat groups of 600 quite comfortably. One
Israel Bond Committee, said
the Institute. The Nationtl
room alone can seat 450 for banquets. Of
a highlight of the evening
Theater Company highlights will be entertainment by Phil
course, each room is completely soundproofed
all the major events sur- Lind, performer on concert
and all can be arranged to fit the exact
rounding Twain's classic stage, radio and television.
requirements of your meeting. Smaller facilities
hero with a country-rock mu-
Proceeds will go to Israel
are available for seminars, planning sessions
sical score. Tickets are avail- bonds.
and high-level conferences.
able at the Institute of Arts
Ramati, a veteran of Is-
And after the meeting, you can entertain
ticket office. "Magic Carpet rael's military campaigns,
friends and associates in a split-leveLhospitality
Coach" and theater tickets joined the Israel Foreign
are available in advance only Service in 1959 and took up
suite, featuring complete kitchen and bar
from Hudson's ticket service an appointment in Chicago
facilities. Or have a leisurely meal at one of our
at Northland and Spencer's as consul for press and in-
two gourmet restaurants. Stroll through the
Gift Shop at Tel-Twelve Mall. formation for the Midwest.
exclusive shops of Somerset Mall — adjacent to
For information, call the in- Thereafter, he served the Is-
the Inn. Swim in our four seasons pool, ski, take in
stitute, 832-2730.
a movie, concert or play, or have an evening
rael Embassy in Ceylon and
the department of informa-
cheering for one of Detroit's big league sports
Aliya Association
tion of Israel's ministry of
teams. Our suburban Troy location makes it all
Meeting Scheduled
foreign affairs.
yours for the doing in and around the Inn.
The monthly meeting of
So you see, we're doing a lot more than
the Detroit Chapter of the Increased Bond Gains
opening
up another new hotel
Association of Americans and
Interest yields on U.S. Sav-
We're opening a great new hotel
Canadians for Aliya will be ings Bonds have been in-
held 2 p.m. Sunday, at the creased seven times since
Somerset Inn, Big Beaver , east of Coolidge,
Jewish Center.
the first. Series E Bond was
Setting up a home in Israel sold on May 1, 1941. The cur-
Troy, Mich. 48084, (313) 643-7800
and problems facing Ameri- rent rate is 5.5 per cent, if
can newcomers will be dis- held to maturity — and E
cussed and reviewed by Mr. Bonds bought today mature
The Somerset Inn opens
and Mrs. Max Littky, who in five years, 10 months.
in
mid-June. Reservations
spent two years in Jerusalem. Outstanding E and H Bonds
are now being accepted.
For information call Marty also benefit, so there's no
Levine, 837-0044, or Harold need to replace them with
Kempner, 862-9040.
new Bonds.

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