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September 21, 1973 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-21

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A man may flatter his wife
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Youth Center

Two college-age students
are being sought for paid,
partt,ime employment to as-
sist in programing at the
Jewish Youth Center. For in-
formation, call Jerry Ritt-
man, Youth Center director,
233-7522 or 732-9099. The
Youth Center will be closed
until after Yom Kippur, ex-
cept for the movie night
8 p.m. Sept. 29, featuring
"Bye Bye Braverman." There
is no charge for the movie.
* * *
Reservations still are being
taken for the 4th-9th grade
bowling league. The league
bowls for the first time 2:30
p.m. Oct. 14 and continues
every other Sunday there-
after. For reservations, call
the council office, 767-5922
or Mrs. Gerald Remick, 694-
1404, by Oct. 10.

Dr. Ronald Z. Surowitz, a
Pontiac native, has joined the
staff of therSwartz Creek
Community Clinic, for the
practice of family medicine.
Surowitz, who attended Michi-
gan State and Wayne State
universities, is a graduate of
the College of Osteopathic
Medicine and Surgery, Des
Moines. He served his intern-
ship at Flint Osteopathic Hos-
pital and Genesee Memorial
Kenneth M. Siegel, assist-
ant prosecuting attorney for
Genesee County, has been
named by the National Con-
ftence of Juvenile Court
Judges and the National Dis-
trict Attorneys Association
to the faculty of the first
Conference of Juvenile Jus-
tice to be held in San Fran-
cisco Oct. 7-11 and New Or-
leans Jan. 27-31. Siegel, 27,
is a December 1972 gradu-
ate of the University of Michi-
gan's law school and is a
former assistant to Congress- World Conference of Jewish
Organizations (COJO) has
man Donald W. Riegle.
formally named Mrs. Char-
* * *
lotte Jacobson as its acting
Mrs. Milton Sacks has been chairman, replacing the late
elected president for 1973-75 Louis A. Pincus.
of the Canaan Club of Ameri-
At the same time, COJO
ca. She and her husband officers meeting in special
were the first Canaan dog session here voted to name
owners in Michigan in March the newly created COJO
Foundation for Jewish Edu-
cation in memory of Pincus,
who died in Jerusalem July
25 shortly after being elected
chairman of COJO.
The foundation will operate
on a basic budget of $600,000
annually, supplied by the gov-
ernment of Israel, World Zi-
onist Organization and Joint
Distribution Committee, sup-
plemented by funds from the
Jewish communities in vari-
ous countries where it will
work in cooperation with
existing Jewish educational
The newly named Louis
Pincus Foundation for Jew-
ish Education will initiate
teacher - training programs,
produce new textbooks and
establish a central Jewish
pedagogic institute in Jerusa-
The COJO officers meeting
also decided to intensify the
organization's clearing house
and exchange-of-information
_services on issues of world
Jewish concern that arise at
meetings of international UN
and other agencies.
Yehuda Hellman, secretary-
general of COJO, announced
that a full meeting of the 14-
member COJO presidium
would be convened in Europe
during the first week in Jan-
Mrs. Jacobson is a former
president of Hadassah and is
now chairman of the World
Zionist Organization, Ameri-
Imported from
can Section. She will retain
that post.
Canada's Oldest Distiller

COJO Names
Mrs. Jacobson
Acting Head

It's a meaningful moment
with this masterful blend
of mellow Canadian
whiskies. It's a memorable
moment with this
distinct decanter bottle,
individually registered at
the distillery. It's your
moment. Remember it well.


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Peace in the Home
Rabbi Simeon ben Gama-
liel said: "He who makes
peace in his house, the Scrip-
ture reckons it as if he made
peace for every single Isra-
elite in Israel. But he who
brings jealousy and strife in-
to his house, it is as if he
brought them among all Is-
rael."—Abet d'R. Nathan.

Friday, Sept. 21, 1973-13

JNF Honors Boris, Genia. Smolar
WithJerusalem Grove Planting

NEW YORK—The Jewish
National Fund announced
that a grove of trees in honor
of Boris Smolar, editor-in-
chief emeritus of - the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, will be
etsablished in Jerusalem in
recognition of his service to
the cause of Israel.
The grove will bear his
name and that of his wife.
The Boris and Genia Smolar
grove will be located in the
Jerusalem area and will be
part of the President Ken-
nedy Peace Forest.
Smolar, who retired from
active editorship of the JTA
a few years ago after efRe
to 50 years of service, has
played an important role be-
hind the scenes of the United
Nations in helping to bring
about the favorable vote for
the historic partition resolu-
tion which resulted in the
proclamation of Israel as an
independent state. He was
publicly thanked by Moshe
Shertok, then head of the
Jewish delegation at Lake
Success and who later be-
came Israel's first foreign
minister. In appreciation of
his services to Israel at vari-
ous times, Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion presented
Smolar with a Silver Shekel,
Israel's( highest decoration
for non,Israelis. Smolar also
received medals from Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol and
Gen. Moshe Dayan.
Smola r was the first
foreign Jew to whom a high
Soviet official intimated dur-
ing a visit to the Soviet
Union, in 1968, the Soviet
government will "soon" per-
mit the emigration of Soviet
Jews to Israel. The emigra-
tion started a few weeks
after Smolar departed from
Moscow. Details of his talk

with the Soviet official were
related by Smolar in his book,
"Soviet Jewry Today and
Tomorrow," published by
Macmillan. Leaders of major
Jewish organizations were in-
formed by him of his talk
in Moscow at a private con-
ference soon after he left the
Soviet Union and prior to the
arrival in Vienna of the first
group of Jewish emigrants
from Russia.
In recognition of Smolar's
services to the Jewish 'com-
munity in the United States
as JTA editor, the Council
of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds established a
"Smolar Award for Excel-
lence in Jewish Journalism."
The award is presented an-
nually at the CJFWF gen-
eral assembly for the best
contribution of the year to
English-Jewish journalism.


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