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February 28, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOUR WEDDING —
BAR MITZVA

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

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KE 1-8196

Haber Speaks, Tribute to Platt Mikon-Kaczander
Engagement Told
at Detroit Men's ORT Sunday

past president of Detroit
Men's ORT, in recognition
of his service as chairman of
the national organization
committee of the American
ORT Federation. Platt held
this post for the last four
years.
In a report submitted to
the recent national confer-
ence of the American ORT
Federation, Platt recalled
that "four years ago there
were about 10,000 members
in Men's ORT chapters.
There are now 18,000. I took
over a structure of 40 chap-
ters. There are now 75 in
almost as many communi-
ties. Men's ORT has come a
long way in a brief span of
time".
Dean Haber, who had
been president of American
ORT Federation for 25
years, relinquished the posi-
tion earlier this year to Har-
old Friedman of New York.
Dr. Haber remains chair-
man of the central board of
the World ORT Union and
has announced his intention
to continue his level of activ-
ities and identification with
ORT to the fullest.
He has just returned from
a budget -session of the
World ORT Union held in
Geneva, Switzerland, at
which funding policies and
requirements were estab-
lished for 1975 services for
over 70,000 youth and
adults.
By far the largest ORT
program is in Israel. Its net-
work of 84 schools is cred-
ited with being the nation's
basic resource.
The Detroit Men's ORT
meeting Sunday will elect
its officers and directors for
the coming year.

Dean William Haber, of
the University of Michigan
and president of American
ORT for 25 years, will be the
'principal speaker at the an-
nual meeting and brunch of
'Detroit Men's ORT 10 a.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Community Center.
Jerome C. Hirsch, presi-
dent of the group, an-
nounced that a special trib-
ute will be presented to
Harry H. Platt, founder and

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9 8

Mr. Solomon Mikon of
Oxbow Lake Rd., Union
Lake, and Mrs. Sophie Mi-
kon of Maryland Ave.,
Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Carol to Richard Kac-
zander, son of Mr and Mrs.
Ted Kaczander of Harden
Circle, Southfield.
Miss Mikon was grad-
uated from Eastern Michi-
gan University. Her finance
earned a bachelor's degree
from Wayne State Univer-
sity and a master's degree
from Nova University in
Florida.
An August wedding is
planned.

Rabin May Abolish
Two Ministries

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
Premier Yitzhak Rabin and
his coalition partners of the
Independent Liberal Party
are locked in a dispute over
the premier's intention to
abolish the ministry of tour-
ism headed by ILP leader
Moshe Kol.
Government sources con-
firmed that this step was
under serious consideration,
along with the abolition of
the information ministry
whose minister, -Aharon
Yariv, resigned from the
government last month.
According to the sources,
Rabin intends to offer Kol
the communications minis-
try which has been vacant
since the present govern-
ment took office. But the
ILP has objected stren-
uously. Another ILP
spokesman said the minis-
try of tourism must remain
a separate Cabinet post and
not be combined with other
ministries.
Rabin is said to have
dropped the idea of adding
another Labor Party minis-
ter to his Cabinet after the
man of his choice, Haifa
Mayor Yosef Almogi, de-
clined his invitation. That
leaves the vacancy that Kol
would fill in a Cabinet re-
shuffle, sources said.

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NEW YORK (ZINS) —
The magazine Aviation
Week said that the Sikorsky
S16 helicopter that former
President Richard Nixon
gave Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat during his
June 1974 visit to Cairo lies
rotting on the ground for
lack of use, maintenance or
crews to take care of it.

rt n• -

Jewish Leaders to Start
Fight on Arab Propaganda

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations will establish
a central body to coordinate
efforts to counter Arab
propaganda in the United
States.
`Rabbi Israel Miller, con-
ference chairman, ex-
pressed concern over inten-
sified Arab propaganda
here, which according to
Rabbi Miller, is "much more
subtle and clever" than it
used to be.
He said that the new cen-
tral body would include
Jewish organizations and
individuals alike in order to
have a unified approach in
dealing with the Arab prop-
aganda.

Rabbi Miller said that
the presidents conference
is requesting the State
Department and the city of
New York to deny official
diplomatic recognition to
any representative or of-
fice of the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization, which
is supposed to arrive here
for the next UN General
Assembly.

Rabbi Miller disclosed
that he met with John Scali,
the United States Ambassa-
dor to the UN, and dis-
cussed with him the ques-
tion of the PLO treatment
on the part of the U.S.
According to Rabbi
Miller, the questions raised
were the granting of a diplo-
matic status and diplomatic
immunity to the PLO, the
intention of the PLO to
create a semi-governmental
agency in the United States,
and the request by the PLO
to be listed in the UN Direc-
tory.
Rabbi Miller added that
Scali was "very sympathetic
in terms of his recommen-
dation that the United

Miss Gruen sets
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a strict stand" on the PLO
issue. He also disclosed that
the presidents conference
requested a meeting with
Mayor Abraham Beame of
New York to discuss the
PLO and to tell the mayor
that "the American Jewish
community is unanimous in
its feeling that the PLO not
be accorded any official dip-
lomatic status when its
leaders come to New York
as UN observers."

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ter Diane Aimee to Benja-
min B. Gelman, son of Mrs.
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