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May 10, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, May 10, 1974

Director Friedkin
Gives $50,000 to IE•

CALL TODAY!

CHICAGO (JTA) — Acad-
emy award-winning film di-
rector William Friedkin, in
accepting the Communicator
of the Year Award at a Jew-
ish United Fund-Israel Emer-
gency Fund dinner, an-
nounced to an audience of
300 Chicago communicators
and amusements executives
a gift to the 1974 JUF-IEF
campaign of $50,000.

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Accept ing

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Reservat ions

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the Mountains

BRICKMAN • BROWN'S
NEVELE •GROSSINGER'S
CONCORD • RALEIGH
KUTSHER'S •TAMIMENT

N Jutki

VORPAOK;
TRAVEL AGENCY

HARVARD ROW - SOUTHFIELD

Friedkin, w h o directed
"Boys in the Band," "The
French Connection" and
"The Exorcist," is a native
Chicagoan who subsequently
moved to Hollywood.
He indicated, in making
his announcement, that grow..
ing up within the Chicago
Jewish community, had
"taught me to care about
other people and to make
every human contact mean-
ingful." The gift was made
in honor of his mother.

Shazar Ill;
Condition
Worsens

JERUSALEM ( JTA )—The
condition of former president
Zalman Shazar, who is at
Jerusalem's Hadassah Hos-
pital, was described as seri-
ous. Hospital authorities said
that he had suffered a gen-
eral setback, including a de-
terioration in the condition of
the heart.
Shazar, 84, was taken to
the hospital May 2 with in-
ternal bleeding.
Prime Minister Golda Meir
visited him on Monday after-
noon.'

TERLiD

NeS

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with the happy outdoors, head for indoors and our after-dark
enchantment. Entertainment and dancing that continue the
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NEW YORK — (JTA)-
George Backer, president of
the American ORT Federa-
tion from 1938 to 1950 and
a president of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency from
1935 to 1950, died May 1 at
age 71. He was a novelist,
playwright and a former
publisher of the New York
Post.
During tthe 1930s, Mr.
Backer went to Europe sev-

with the American Jewish
Committee.
In the 1930s, he wrote
with S. N. Behrman a play
called "The Scant Pint" and
witih Samuel Chotzinoff a
play called "Honeymoon."
In 1966 he had published a
noval, "Appearance of a
Man."

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Among the major speakers
will be Joseph Sisco,
Free • TV All • Private • Air Cond.
undersecretary of state for
Parking • Rooms • Beach • Pool
political affairs; Mrs. Kath-
erine Graham, publisher of
SEAS
OUTH
HOTEL • POOL •CABANAS
the Washington Post; Dr.
IN MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
John R. Knowles, president
YOUR LOCATION FOR A
of the Rockefeller Founda-
SUN 'N FUN VACATION
COLOR TV IN EACH ROOM
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$A-50 DAILY TO JUNE 28
On the Ocean at 67th Street
assistant attorney general,
per person Dbl. Occ.
Miami Beach
25 of 117 rooms
et
civil rights division, U.S. De_
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Kitchenettes available
partment of Justice; Edward
Ph: (305)538-1411
CONSTANT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
S. Skillin, publisher of Com-
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES
1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach monweal Magazine; Elmer
MIMEO
L. Winter, president of the
American Jewish Committee,
and Bertram H. Gold, the
agency's executive vice
president.

RESERVE NOW!

Ex-ORT Chief George Backer, 71

Al

4 Days
Free

From April 9 onward

T

LATE GEORGE BACKER

eral times to help Jewish
refugees flee from Hitlerism.
For this he was made a Chev-
alier of the Legion of Honors
by the French government
in 1936.
From 1932 to 1942, Mr.
Backer was married to Dor-
othy Schiff. They bought the
New York Post in 1939, and
Mr. Backer, then a New
York city councilman chosen
by the American Labor
Party, became publisher. He
was 'with the office of war in-
formation during World War
II 'as propaganda policy di-
rector.
Mr. Backer was also a na-
tional vice president of the
Joint Distribution Commit-
tee; president of the central
board of World ORT Union
Diaspora Documents from 1946 to 1949; a director
of the Palestine Economic
in Tel Aviv U. Text
Corp. and the Refugee Econo-
LOS ANGELES — Nineteen mic Corp. and was associated
hitherto unpublished docu-
ments concerning Jews in
German-speaking territories, Luxury Condos Set
from Alsace to Bohemia, and
from Vienna to Braunschweig to Rise in Tel Aviv
and Berlin, make up the sec-
TEL AVIV — A major con-
ond volume in the series, dominium apartment project
"Michael — on the History designed for foreign buyers
of the Jews in the Diaspora," has been launched here by
published by the Diaspora Isralom, Israel Homes and
Research Institute of the Tel Real Estate Corp. Ltd.
Aviv University.
The high-rise community,
This Hebrew and German Afeka, is located near Tel
volum e, edited by Prof. Aviv University and will con-
Shlomo Simonsohn, rectod of sist of 180 luxury apartments
TAU and head of the Dias- in three 14-story buildings.
pora Research Institute, re-
The apartments will be
lated to events ranging from built with three and four
1667 to the period of the bedrooms ranging in size
Holocaust in the present cen- from some 1,400 square feet
tury.
to 1,600 square feet. The
The first volume dealt with apartments are centrally air-
the Jews of Italy and was conditioned, include built-in
published in Hebrew and closets, double bathroom fa-
Italian. The next volume will cilities and other features
be concerned with the Jews which are not standard in
in the United States and construction here. Prices an-
Canada, and will be pub- nounced with the start of
lished in Hebrew and English. construction range from
Subsequent volumes will $90,000 to $105,000.
deal with the Jews of. France
Isralom maintains North
and North Africa.
American offices at 800 Sec-
The name "Michael" given ond in New York, in addition
to the series stems from a to those in Europe, as well
biblical quotation: "And at as in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
that time shall Michael stand and Natanya.
up, the great Prince who
He's so full of himself that
standeth for the children of
he is quite empty.—Proverb.
thy people" (Daniel 12:1).

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JULY VACATION SPREE

—THIRD PERSON WILL BE $ THREE!

Starting Sun., July 7 to Fri., Aug. 2 the third person in
a room (with 2 adults) will be only $3.00 per day
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JULY BONUS

Sun., July 7 to Fri., July 12

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$3.00 Special—any extra children in room, under
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