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June 29, 1973 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, June 29, 1973

Ravitz Cites Golden Award

27 Lands Represented at Press Institute

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
About 200 editors from 27
countries convened here for
the 22nd annual assembly
of the International Press
Institute, focusing on free-
dom of the press generally
and specifically in Israel.
Dr. Ernest Meyer, director
general of the IPI, disclosed
that the delegates examined
the case of two East Jeru-
salem Arab journalists—Joe

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Nasser and Jami Hamad —
who were arrested several
weeks ago for publishing a
story without submitting it
to prior censorship. Both
have since been released.
Their story, published in
an East Jerusalem Arabic
weekly, claimed that Jor-
danian intelligence had col-
laborated with Israel in the
Feb. 21 commando raid on
terrorist headquarters in
Beirut.
Meyer said the IPI sought
to uphold press freedom
everywhere and intervened
whenever it was violated. It
recently organized a world-
wide protest in the case of a
Chinese journalist, Yuyitung,
who was arrested in the
Philippines and who spoke
at the assembly here.

Georgia Governor JIMMY
CARTER received the Elea-
nor Roosevelt-Israel Human-
ities Award from Israel Am-
bassador to the U.S. Simha
Dinitz at the Atlanta Israel
Dinner of State, celebrating
the 25th anniversary of the
state of Israel. More than
$1,700,000 in Israel Bonds was
purchased.

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Richard Kux Elected Center
President at Board Meeting

Richard L. Kux was elect-
ed president of the Jewish
Center at the recent meeting,
of the Center board of direc-
tors. Past President N.
Brewster Broder was named
chairman of the executive
committee.
The board also elected
Hugh Greenberg, George
Friedman, Martin E. Citrin

president of the American
Jewish Committee and the
men's chapter of ORT (Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
Through Training). He has
been a member of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation's
board of governors and an
Allied Jewish Campaign di-
vision chairman.
Kux and his wife Barbara
have two children, Mrs.
Nancy Reitman of California
and Bill.
The major goal for the im-
mediate future, according to
Kux, is to bring the planned
Drake Rd. Jewish Center to
fruition. The new center is
scheduled to be completed in
June 1975.

Detroit Common Council President Mel Ravitz, shown
third from left with Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Golden at the
presentation of the fifth annual Golden Foundation scholar-
ships for 1973, commended the donors for gifts which add
immeasurably to the advancement of good will and prog-
ress toward educational tasks. The presentations took place
in Ravitz" office and each winner received a $500 scholar-
ship. Selections, as in previous years, were one each from
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. This year's three
winners are, from left: Christina Marie Florkowski, Cass
Tech High School graduate, who will pursue her studies in
liberal arts at Wayne State University; Carol Leslie O'Don-
oghue, Waterford Township High School graduate, who will
enter Michigan State University to major in education and
Creative Party Planning
art studies; and Sylvester J. Ongor, Mt. Clemens High
including
School graduate, who plans to enter Central Michigan Uni-
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versity for liberal arts pre-med studies. Mr. and Mrs.
Golden state that there are thousands of entries for the
RICHARD KUX
awards every year and that they plan to increase the num-
Personalized Party
Favors
ber of awardees in 1974.
and Sylvia Babcock to new
Invitations and Party
terms as vice presidents;
Accessories for all occasions.
Hershel Stuart, treasurer;
U.S. Support
and Joel Tauber, secretary.
Thomas I. Klein, Julian To-
MARCIA MASSERMAN
bias and Lawrence Jack!er
646-6138
ATLANTA (JTA)—Protest most effective means of as- were elected members-at-
large.
over the treatment of Soviet suring Soviet leaders of this
Kux, who came to Detroit
Jewry dominated the opening nation's determination to
ceremonies of the Central stand by Soviet Jewry in its from Cleveland in 1946, has
been a board member of
Conference of American struggle."
Rabbi George B. Lieber- Temple Beth El and served
Rabbis' (CCAR) 84th annual
convention here at the man of Rockville Center, as associate chairman of its
N. Y., said the Russians fund-raising campaign.
Sheraton-Biltmore Hotel.
He also served as vice
Rabbi David Polish of "are depending on us to grow
Evanston, Ill., president of weary of the problem," and
the association of Reform called upon Jews and others
OF HARVARD ROW
Candids by
rabbis, asked that people to keep pressing for the
freedom
of
Soviet
Jews.
Designers
of Fine Furs
everywhere support the
A letter sent by Georgia
Complete Fur Service
Jackson/Vanik Bills "as the
Governor Jimmy Carter to
11 MILE AND LAHSER
the general secretary of the
Phone: 358-0850 I
557-1884
Communist Party, Leonid I.
Brezhnev, who visited this
country for the first time last
week, was read at the confer-
ence.
Gov. Carter, in a letter of
welcome to the Soviet leader,
advised him that "The
Georgia General Assembly
has adopted a resolution in-
dicating its concern over the
Soviet Union's refusal to
honor the basic right of all
people to leave their coun-
try: ,
Gov. Carter also sent a
copy of his letter to Presi-
dent Nixon.
on special
The keynote speakers at
groups of:
the CCAR convention, Polish
and Vice President Robert T.
MRS. MARK MICHALSON
Kahn of Houston, criticized
HALTERS!
Joan Sharon Penner and the Nixon administration for
Mark Stephen Michalson "dismantling the tools of
SLACKS!
were married recently in a social peace."
SWIM WEAR!
The. Reform rabbis were
candlelight ceremony at the
Raleigh House. Rabbi Rich- asked to join with like-
COVER-UPS!
minded religious and civic
ard C. Hertz officiated.
The bride is the daughter groups to mount adequate
DRESSES!
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin public opinion supporting
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while they
!fli•eut
Penner of Pierson Ave. Par- government programs and
last!
ents of the bridegroom are legislation for education,
rap
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Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Michal- health, urban renewal, pov-
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The bride wore a gown of vironmental protection.
now thru summer wear!
Resolutions being placed
peau d'ange lace with a
*fit
matching Camelot headpiece before the CCAR convention
,offtlataps
by the justice and peace
and cathedral-length veil.
Mrs. Allen Zatkoff, sister committee support the call
Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. til 9
•-114.11
of the bridegroom, was ma- for action by Rabbis Polish
SUNDAY 12 TO 5
III Wilt II
tron of honor. Bridesmaids and Kahn.
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were Mrs. Lawrence Schon,
The problem of mixed
Mrs. Ralph Silverstein, Mrs. marriages. especially
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Richard Green, Janet Hoffer whether Reform rabbis
IIVILiverups
and Sharon Bricker.
should perform such cere-
Allen Zatkoff was best monies, also was to be a
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man. Ushers were Ralph major topic of debate.
Silverstein, Paul Sheinker,
The third annual MICHI-
Michael Kayne, David War-
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work of area artists and
was ring bearer.
1 1 Mile & Lohser
After a honeymoon in craftsmen, closes Sunday.
HARVARD ROW MALL
Hawaii, the couple will live Sculptors and craftsmen
Southfield
are demonstrating their art.
in Southfield.

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