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December 06, 1974 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-06

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Michigan BB Delegates Elected

Criterion Club to Attend Concert

Criterion Club will attend
a concert by the Oak Park
Symphony Orchestra 3 p.m.
Sunday at Oak . Park High
School.
Arthur Ste-Phan will con-
duct works by Bernstein and
Wagner. A program of class-
ical ballet will be performed
by the Contemporary Civic
Ballet Company under the
direction of Rose Marie
Floyd.
The club has completed

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arrangements for its annual
Hanuka party and dance to
be held Dec. 14 at the Oak
Park, Community Center.
For information, , call Syl-
via Bruch, 545-1108, or Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

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Shown is part of the Michigan delegation to the inter-
national Bnai Brith triennial convention held recently in
Israel. Standing, from left, are Nathan D. Rubenstein,
Dennis J. Rice, Sherwood Berman, Dr. Bertram Marx,
Louis Weber; Louis Segel, and Harry N. Katz. Seated,
from left, are Bernard Panush, Marvin Ruby, David
Levine, Sol Moss, Sam Winston and Max Goldsmith.

Several members of the
Michigan delegation to the
triennial convention of Bnai
Brith were elected to high
posts in the organization.
They included Sol Moss of
West Bloomfield, who was
elected to the international
board of governors; Bernard
'Panush of Detroit and Irving
Simen of Flint were named
to the national adult Jewish
education commission; Louis
Weber of Southfield was
named to the , Bnai Brith
Youth Organization commis-
sion; and Arthur C. Shott of
Livonia, national Anti-Defa-
mation League commission.
Others were Nathan D. Ru-
benstein of Southfield, to the
national Hillel commission;
Harry N. Katz, national ca-
reer and counseling com-
mission; and Alfred H. Bou-
nin, elected a justice of the
Inteimational Bnai Brith court
of appeals.
Others attending the con-
vention included: Leo Feber,
Paul Silver, Karl Berg, Al-
bert Gutman, Al Farber, Sol
Penn, Joe Fradis and Meyer
.Prinstein.

Argentine Writers
Protest UNESCO

Yeshiva U. Plans
46th Hanuka Dinner

NEW YORK — When the
first light of the Hanuka
menora is kindled Sunday
-evening, the lamp will cast
its glow for the 46th year at
a traditional Yeshiva Univer-
sity dinner held to gauge the
progress of the institution
and reaffirm its commitment
to the nation and the Jewish
community.
The. Hanuka dinner of Yes-
hiva University was insti-
tuted -in 1928 to mark the
opening of Yeshiva College
and the institution's move to
its present - main center in
Manhattan's Washington
Heights. From roots put
down in 1886, Yeshiva today
has grown in size and scope,
encompassing four campuses
in Manhattan and the Bronx,
with an enrollment of 7,000
men and women.
University status was
granted Yeshiva by the New
York State Board of Regents
in 1945, and under the lead-
ership of Dr. Belkin,
now in his 30th year as presi-
dent, the school undertook a
pioneering role as the na-
_tion's first university under
Jewish auspices.

BUENOS AIRES - (JTA)
Writers Jorge Luis Borge
and Ernesto Sabato were
among leading Argentinians
who_signed a statement this
week protesting against the
anti-Israeli resolutions adopt-
ed by UNESCO.
Another Argentinian writ-
er, .Mrs. Victoria Ocampo,
has written UNESCO Direc-
tor General Annadou Mahtar_
M'Bow expressing her con-
cern about the consequences
of the action. She had earlier
donated two real estate prop-
erties for 'UNESCO use in
Argentina.

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Detroiters' Attend Touro College

Center Group
Plans Installation

The Jewish Community
Center Social Service Club
will hold its ,installation of
officers Tuesday at a Hanuka
luncheon.
Mollie Gottlieb will be in-
stalled as president. Other
officers include Sophia Hoff-,
man and Frieda Raab, vice
presidents; Nessie Freedman
and Emma Pollack, secre-
taries; and Isadore Raab
and Charles Gottlieb, treas-
urers.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

in Warren. Utica. Pleasant Ridge,

Caracas Crowd
Supports. Israel

CARACAS (JTA) — More
than 1;000 persons gathered
at a mass meeting here to re-
iterate Venezuelan JeWry's
support for Israel_ in this
time of increasing tensions
in the Middle East.
The audience heard the
leaders of Venezuela's 20,000
Jews tell of their efforts to
make Israel's case known be-
fore the Venezuelan govern-
ment. A delegation from the
Confederation of Venezuelan-
Jewish Associations (CAIV)
visited Dr. Ramon Escobar
Salom, secretary-general of
the Venezuelan presidency,
and the presidents of the
Senate and the Chamber of
Deputies to convey the Jew-
ish community's concern
over- the latest developments
in the Middle East.
At the United Nations,
Venezuela has either support-
ed or abstained on resolu-
tions favorable to the Arabs
and the PLO.

Center Singles Bowl

People Without Partners of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter will bowl 9:30.p.m. Sun-
day at the Oak Park Lanes.
Guests and non-bowlers are
invited.

NEW YORK Three stu=
dents from the Detroit area,
Abi 'Carmen, Paul Gordon
and Howard Sherizen are at-
tending Touro College, a
four-year school of arts and
sciences.
Carmen, of Southfield, is
a freshman at Touro and
plans to become an archi-
tect.
Gordon, son of Rabbi and
Mrs. James Gordon of Young
Israel Oak Woods, is major-
ing in Jewish studies, prep-
aratory to a career in Jewish
education.
Sherizen, now' a senior,
plans to attend law school
after graduation.
Touro College grants un-
dergraduate degrees "with
an emphasis on the rele-

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