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July 11, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, July 11, 1975

Absorption Expert Due Here

Nenahem Sherman, di-
rector general of the Minis-
- try of Absorption in Israel,
will be at the Detroit Aliyah
Center on Monday.
He will be consulting with
Russian immigrants who
plan to settle in Israel, aliya
planners, Israelis and mem-
bers of the Michigan Aliyah
Council.
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p.m. Tuesday, at the JWV
Memorial Home. President
Diana Joffe has appointed
Rose Levine as child welfare
chairman for the coming
year. Junior vice president
Reva Dryman announces
that the Post and Auxiliary
will have its annual joint
picnic July 27 at the Oak
Park Major Park.

Fred Katz, president of the Pinsker Progressive Aid
Society, shown left, presents a check for $1,000 to Morris
Friedman, Metropolitan Division chairman for the 1975
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund. Help-
ing make the presentation at the landsmanchaft meeting
were Louis Markow, Pinsker vice president Iry Forman,
and Sam Klar.

THURSDAY
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JNF Tisha b`Av Appeal Nears

A request that rabbis,
synagogue and temple lay
leaders throughout Greater
Detroit conduct the tradi-
tional Tisha b'Av appeal on
Wednesday and Thursday
for contributions to the,Jew-
ish National Fund, has been
issued by Phillip Stollman,
chairman of the JNF Reli-
gious Council.
Stollman has just re-
turned from Israel, where
he attended the World Jew-
ish Agency Conference.
Tisha b'Av, the ninth day

of the month of Av, is the
fast day commemorating
the destruction of Jerusa-
lem and the conquest of
Judea by the Romans in 70
CE. Six hundred years be-
fore, on the same day, the
Babylonians destroyed the
Temple of Solomon and en-
slaved the inhabitants of Ju-
dea. On this day, in 1492,
the Jews were expelled from
Spain.


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Board of Health
Cites Ex-Worker

The Southfield Board of
Health recently held its an-
nual awards dinner at the
Raleigh House.
Members of the board
were joined by city council
memberS, other city offi-
cials and their guests to
honor posthumously Donald
L. Lewis, former represent-
ative for the board from the
American Red Cross.
The event was emceed by
Dave Shafer. Council Presi-
dent and.acting Mayor Steve
S. Hurite presented Mrs.
Lewis with a proclamation
signed by the mayor and
city council members.
Board of Health Chairman
Dr. Leon Herschfus pre-
sented Mrs. Lewis with a
plaque citing Mr. Lewis'
many years of work for the
people of Southfield.
Dr. Richard D. Reming-
ton, dean of the school of
public health at University
of Michigan was the guest

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NEW YORK — • The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has urged the heads of
74 of the leading colleges
and universities in this
country, as \yell as four top
associations of institutions
of higher learning, to ex-
press their opposition to dis-
criminatory pressures from
Arab countries.
Such action, the AJCom-
mittee declared, would
"strengthen the positions of
other colleges and imiversi-
ties facing similar situa-
tions, and help American
higher education protect the
fairness and equity that has
always been its hallmark,"
In letters by its president,
Elmer L. Winter, the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee

pointed out that some Mid-
dle East countries were in-
creasingly engaging Ameri-
can colleges and universities
to help them develop educa-
tion, health, engineering
and other facilities.
While pointing out that
such requests were entirely
proper, Winter cautioned
that "there is some danger
that some of the Arab na-
tions may seek to impose
discriminatory hiring prac-
tices on the colleges and
universities in carrying out
such contracts."

Winter declared that the

responses thus far of Amer-
ican universities to such dis-
criminatory pressures had
been "extremely hearten-
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