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May 17, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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Histadrut Parley to Explore
Mideast Situation, Labor Ties

The program for the second
annual Great Lakes Histadrut
Conference, May 24-27 at the
Walter Reuther UAW Family
Education Center in Black
Lake, was announced by Wil-
liam Marshall, president of
the Michigan State AFL-CIO
and of the Michigan Trade
Union Council for Histadrut,
with Morris Lieberman,
chairman of the Detroit Is-
rael Histadrut Campaign.
Yaacov Morris, counselor
to the permanent mission of
Israel to the United Nations,
will speak on "Global Rami-
fications of the Middle East
Situation". Uzi Bloch, Amen-
' can representative of Histad-
rut, will deal with "Amen-

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can Labor's Role in Israel's
Crisis" and "The Importance
of Histadrut's Relationship
with American Unions."
Others are Carl Gershman,
executive director of the
Youth Committee for Peace
and Democracy in the Mid-
dle East, and Uri Handler, a
Soviet emigre to the U.S.
after release from Russian
labor camps, who will speak
on "Soviet Dissidents and
Detente". Anthony Mazzoc-
chi, legislative director of
the Oil, Chemical and Atomic
Workers International Union
in Washington, will discuss
"The Energy Problem".
Marshall will chair the con•
ference and report on the
role which the Michigan
Trade Union Council for His-
tadrut has played in support
of the General Federation of
Labor in Israel.
The schedule includes dis-
cussion, time for recreational
activities and social gather-
ings at the Center's Inn.
There will be special activ-
ities for teen-agers and a
sightseeing trip to Mackinac
Island. For reservations, call
the Histadrut office, 851-0606.
Coordinator for the confer-
ence is A. Michaels, Histad-
rut director in Michigan.

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Holtzman Heads Israel PM Club;
Dafni Installation Guest Monday

David Holtzman will be
installed as Detroit's first
president of Israel's Prime
Minister's Club, one of the
most exclusive and pres-
tigeous clubs organized on
behalf of Israel and under
the sponsorship of Golda
Meir, on Monday evening,
in the Standard Club of the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Mrs. Meir helped form the
club in February to enlist
the support of outstanding
personalities in Jewish com-
m unities throughout the
United States and Canada in
the task of strengthening Is-
rael's economic frontiers
during the current crucial
period.
Already enrolled in the
Detroit P.M. Club are 40
founder-members.
The club will be officially
inaugurated ,at Monday's
function by Louis Berry, a
member of the national cam-
paign cabinet of State of Is-
rael Bonds. He will induct
all founder-members and all

Jeep Sm ith — Dick Stein
Shelby Lee — Patty Grant
Mori Little — Leonard McDonald Etc.

Color

Members of Women's Bicur Cholem Organization pre-
sented an audio-visual machine for the use of stroke patients
at Beaumont Hospital. Mrs. Abe Bookstein, special projects
chairman of Bicur Cholem, and Mrs. Albert Stone, presi-
dent, look on from the left as representatives of the pa-
tients accept the gift. The latter are Mrs. Albert Kern,
center, and Mrs. Louis Pearlman, president of the patients'
social club. The gift was only one project undertaken by
Bicur Cholem, which will hold its donor luncheon noon
Monday at the Raleigh House. Other philanthropies with
which the group is involved are the Juvenile Diabetes Foun-
dation; Northville State Hospital, whose chapel is main-
tained by the organization; Israel Emergency Fund; and
ongoing service to the needy in Detroit. For reservations
to the luncheon, call ticket chairman, Mrs. Simon Shifman,
557-7990, or Mrs. Joseph Shifman, 557-7104.

City, one of the foremost
communal and business lead-
ers in the United States, is
the club's national president.
Ambassador Reuven Dafni,
who has represented Israel
in many parts of the world
and has served in key posts
with the ministry of foreign
affairs in Jerusalem, will
represent Israel in these pro-
ceedings.

THE DETROIT JEWISH
36—Friday, May 17, 1974
NEWS

Talk on Program
at Akiva Planned

Akiva Hebrew Day School's
primary program will be
.discussed 8 p.m. Monday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Berlin, 18251 Onyx,
Southfield. Mesdames Esther
Tatelbaum and Linda Polk,
who teach first grade, and
the kindergarten teachers,
Mesdames Gail Adler and
Naomi Roberg will speak.
The evening will feature
an • audio-visual description
of Akiva's new Gan (kinder-
garten) presented 'by Mrs.
Adler, which will be followed
by a discussion of Akiva's
individualized first grade.
Rabbi Joseph Schuchato-
witz, principal, will answer
questions on the new primary
program.

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