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August 22, 1975 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-22

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48 Friday, August 22, 1975

'Resident Is Cited

Fram Responds
to Arab's Talk
at Rotary Club

A concurrent resolution
of the Michigan Legislature
honoring the late Thomas
G. Walton of Southfield, an
employe of the Michigan
Department of Labor, was
recently presented to his
widow at the State Capitol.
Senate Majority Leader
Daniel Cooper (D-Oak Park)
participated on the ceremo-
nies along with directors of
state departments who
worked with Mr. Walton.

Center to Have
Dance Workshop


Rabbi Leon Fram of Tem-
ple Israel and past president
of the Zionist organization
of Detroit, addressed the
noon luncheon meeting of
the Rotary Club of Detroit
Rabbi Fram's presenta-
tion explained ,"Israel's
Quest for Peace" and was a
response to an earlier ad-
dress to the Rotary Club by
Dr. Clovis Maksoud, a lead-
ing Arab editor-and special
envoy in the U.S. for the
League of Arab States.
In addition to his service
on several Detroit commis-
sions, Rabbi Fram also is a
member of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, the Michi-
gan Association of Reform
Rabbis and the Detroit
Round Table of Catholics,
Jews and Protestants.

The man that shares a
congregation's grief shall
live- to see its comfort and
—The Talmud


Weddings • Bar Mitzvas



/au re


will hold a meeting for
chairmen 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of President
Gert Left, 14220 Na-
dine,Huntington Woods.
Plans will be made for the
national president's visit in
September. A report on the
national convention will be
given. For information, call
the JWV office, 559-5680.
* * *

IARY will meet 8:15 p.m.

Tuesday at the JWV head-
quarters. Jerry Feldman
will give a report on the na-
tional convention, and Mir-
iam Lawrence will discuss
plans for the child welfare
service date. A social hour,
with refreshments, will fol-
low. For information, call
the JWV office, 559-5680, or
Belle Letzer, president,


* * *

• invitations
• centerpieces
• stationery


have a luncheon meeting
12:30 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Irving Silk,
19555 Butternut Ln., South-
field. Department President
Mrs. Harry Left will be wel-
comed by Auxiliary Presi-
dent, Mrs. Charles Haupt-
man and Mrs. Silk, who is a
past department president
and chief of staff. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Silk,
559-2321 or Mrs. Hauptman,

Phyllis Billes

Juniors — Misses — Half Sizes



Beth El to Present
Treasurama Sale

Fine Fashions

Temple Beth El will pre-
sent Treasurama V, "the
good things sale," 11 a.m.-6
p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Monday at the temple.
Featured will be artisans
from around Michigan with
ceramics, patchwork crafts,
jewelry, hand painted tee
shirts, as well as antiques
and other items.
Fred Morganroth will give
gourmet cooking demon-
strations on Sunday. Mrs.
Golde Adler will speak on
"All About Women" 10 a.m.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Jo Bloom,
chairman, 559-3305, or
Flora Winton, 646-2116.


Come in and register to win

1 of 2 Bikes to be given away

• Infant's Dept. • Boy's Dept. • Girl's Dept.
All Sizes — Name Brands
First Quality Merchandise


Fine Fashions

2635 Coolidge, Berkley


Jesting lies bring serious

Mon.-Sat. 10-5; Thurs. 'til 8






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Barbara Cohen


Sharon Kamen

Readers Forum

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Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be
withheld from publication
upon request. No unsigned
letters will be published. Ma-
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unless a stamped, self-ad-
dressed envelope is enclosed.



Mon. - Sat. 10 - 4:30


Make News


Wagner Kin
Praises Hitler

NEW YORK — It is gen-
erally known that composer
Richard Wagner was anti-
Semitic and a "darling" of
the Nazis. Even his daugh-
ter-in-law, Winifred Wag-
ner, who is now 78 years old,
was pro-Nazi.

Steve Greenwald is
among a group of 103 out-
standing scholars admitted
to Michigan State Univer-
sity's Honors College during
summer term. Greenwald,
Her strong praise for
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-' Adolph Hitler is evident
ney • Fershtman of Alta during her comments in a
Vista Dr., Southfield, is an five-hour film on the com-
MSU junior majoring in poser. Her out-spoken admi-
philosoPhy and a 1972 grad- ration for Hitler is so bla-
uate of Southfield-Lathrup tant, that her grandson, ..
High School.
Gottfried Wagner, who at
* * *
first approved all facets of
Former Detroiter Morton the film, now has second
L. Jaffe was named general thoughts.
sales manager of KVVU TV-
What was most shocking
5 in Las Vegas.
was her statement that:
* * *
Marshall B. Madison of
"What I think was good
Southfield was named a and humane in this man, I
member of the national am not willing to let be
board of trustees of the taken away from me. He
Union of American Hebrew had such a unique personal-
Congregations, by virtue of ity that I would not want to
his election to the presi- have missed this experi-
dency of the Federation of ence." • She was talking
Reform Temples of Detroit. about Hitler.

Dulzin; U.S. Jewish Leaders
Fear Israel's Fate After Talks

JERUSALEM (JTA) — terim settlement as a policy
Cash income, both receipts (unlike others in Likud., par-
Editor, The Jewish News:
and forecasts, are up in the ticularly on the Herut
I, as a humble and mere United Jewish Appeal cam- wing). He stressed, too, that
mortal propose an 11th paign this year. Leon Dul- the American Jewish lead-
Commandment — take care zin, Jewish Agency trea- ers whose feelings he re-
and cherish the first 10.
surer and the man to whom ported, are by no means
The words that were em- the money comes in for allo- "hawks," but on the con-
blazoned on the Tablets by, cation, noted the increase trary are men and women
the Creator, should be with obvious gratification. who have all along favored
steadfast and constant in But with some concern too, the step-by-step policy and
our hearts and minds, with as he explained in a special favored the principle of ter-
an indelibility of perform- interview.
ritorial compromise.
"I have asked a number of
They feel, Dulzin stated,
Our ancestors were the top UJA leaders how it is that Israel failed to nego-
recipients of the Command- that cash income is up even tiate with enough firmness
ments. It is for us of the though the U.S. economy is and toughness. For in-
Jewish faith to perpetuate still in recession." Their re- stance, the Egyptian pledge
this honor that God be- ply, he said, is disturbing. A to "moderate" the economic
stowed upon us and en- new factor, they say, is and diplomatic warfare it
deavor at all times to main- aiding their campaign — wages against Israel seems
tain a continuity of the Holy the factor of Jewish anger, to these Jewish leaders slen-
Commandments through Jewish frustration.
der return indeed for the
ourselves, our children and
The Jews, they say, ex- major sacrifices Israel is
their children.
pected to be asked (by Is- making, Dulzin observed.
SAMUEL PLOTNIK rael) to do something, to
"Moderation" in this
help her politically. They connection seems all but
have not been asked, and as meaningless. It is, Dulzin
Senior Adults
their only available course said, "like being a little bit
Set Flea Market to demonstrate their deep pregnant."
Israel, mo-
identification and will to
The Senior Adults of the contribute, they pay up reover, should have held
out for other significant
Ten Mile Jewish Commu- their pledges promptly.
"elements of nonbelliger-
nity Center will hold its
Dulzin said the UJA
annual flea market 10 a.m.- leaders' assessment ency."
The U.S. Jewish leaders
4 p.m. Sunday at the branch broadly confirmed his own
also anxious and con-
impressions from recent
Refreshments will he far-ranging - visits cerned about the "secret"
available, and the commu- throughout the U.S. He clauses and documents
which are reportedly to ac-
nity is invited.
detected, he said, a feeling company the formal agree-
of frustration and anxiety ment. both on the Israel-
which he had never experi- Egypt and Israel-U.S. levels,
Norway Receives
enced before.
Dulzin said. They fear, too,
Israeli Envoy
Basing his report on con- he added, that undertakings
OLSO (JTA) — King Olav versations with some 100 which are not spelled out
V last Tuesday received the key figures in Jewish com- and published clarely will
new Israeli Ambassador to munal life, he said there is a not prove of long duration.
Norway, David Rivlin, who nagging sense of doubt at Is- These fears are aired partic-
presented his credentials at rael's policies in the settle- ularly in connection with
ment talks, a nagging sense American economic under-
the Royal Palace.
Rivlin's last post was that that. Israel is allowing itself takings.
of consul-general in New to he browbeaten by the
U.S. Administration, a
sense that the Rabin govern-
Please Man
ment is not bargaining hard
enough over the terms of the
Who gratifies his neigh-
bours' minds, in him God's
Let honor be to your
Dulzin is a leader of the spirit pleasure finds; who
physician paid before you Likud opposition party (its fails men's minds to gratify,
come to need his healing liberal wing), but he doth fail to please his God
stressed that he personally on high.
—The Talmud has always favored the in-
—The Talmud




Allen Maniker will con-
duct a special four-day
workshop for beginning and
experienced dancers Sept.
8-11 at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
Maniker, who is spending
the summer as a scholar-
ship apprentice with the
Joffrey Ballet Company,
assisted noted choreogra-
pher Anne Sokolow last
spring in her work with the
Julliard Dance Ensemble.
He was a member of
Young Dancers Guild and
appeared as a feature dan-
cer in the "Eskayo Suite,"
"Danzon Cubano" and their
children's touring show,
"Zelda and the Zorbatron."
Beginning classes will
meet 5:30-7 p.m. -, experi-
enced 7-8:30 p.m. For infor-
mation, call the Center's
educational services depart-
ment, 545-8780.


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