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March 26, 1976 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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RON UMW, MAW4. .

Nazi Withdraws Rotary Nomination



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26,1976'

Klein Award Nominees Are Sought

Nominating applications
for the Jewish Community
Council's 10th annual Wal-
ter E. Klein Youth Award
have been sent to all leaders
of Metropolitan Detroit's
Jewish youth groups, Ber-
tha Brotman, chairman of
the Council's Youth Award
Committee, announced.

The Klein Award, given in directed toward serving
Ernesto Imbassaby De
May of each,year, is pre- Jews and non-Jews at
Mello of Brazil said that
sented in recognition of the home or abroad are eligible.
Wick had withdrawn for
achievements of communal
"personal reasons." The
The deadline is April 19.
youth groups whoseactivi- Recipients of the Walter E.
nomination would have
ties demonstrate Judaism's Klein Youth Award will be
made him president for the
commitment to bettering announced at the Jewish
1977-78 term.
the social welfare of all.
Community Council's May
Describing Wick as "an
Jewish youth groups 20 Delegate Assembly.
old Rotarian," the Brazil-
whose programs have been
ian said Wick resigned on
"his own initiative." De
woos ONIN9d0
Mello conceded that the Ro-
uaaJ2JaAa 2s• aillk zI
tary had been "relieved" by
UZEILI uaaaatan3
Wick's decision.
Despite De Mello's as-
The Great Lakes AZA Club recognizes 18 hours of
surance that Wick re-
signed voluntarily, Wick Council Basketball League community service, and
initially rejected the nomi- playoffs and championship Benny AZA qualified by
game will be held 7 p.m. holding a 24-hour dance-a-
nation
after initial pio-
WOLFGANG WICK
tests and was selected Sunday at the new Jewish thon which raised more
president of Rotary Interna- again by the nominating Community Center. In the than $600 for muscular dys T
tional by withdrawing, ac- committee. He then said he. playoffs, Einstein AZA trophy.
Rose AZA will hold its
Acording to the current Ro- was determined to remain (8-0) will play Goode AZA
(4-4), and Posen AZA (7-1) third annual spring dance 8
Latest medically approved
tary president.
a candidate.
dermatology equipment used
will play Herzl AZA, Wind- p.m. April 10 at the United
De
Mello
said
W.
Jack
YOUR WEDDING —
Davis, a Bermuda business- sor (6-2). The championship Hebrew School's main
BAR MITZVA
man, had been nominated in game will follow at 8:30 building. The dance will fea-
Wick's place. De Mello said p.m. between the winners of ture a live band, "Scorpion,"
35 Years Experience
that he had received more the two playoff games. A and refreshments will be
nominal
admision
will
be
served.
AZA
and
BBG
mem-
than 1,000 letters and tele-
Doctors Referrals
WILL BE
bers and the general - teen
phone calls over Wick's can- charged.
The Great Lakes AZA community are invited.
didacy and that most were
Council will meet 7 p.m. There is a nominal charge.
"not favorable." •
Monday (new date) at the
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
BBYO office.
Tsur Will Resign
The Michigan BBYO
Board of Directors will
• More Selection
JNF Leadership
next meet 8 p.m. Wednes-
6160 CASS AVE.
AND ASSOCIATES
• More Quality
JERUSALEM (JTA) — day (new date) in the library
TR 5-0300
357-1010
Jacob Tsur, for 16 years meeting room of the BBYO
• More Fashion
world chairman of the Jew- office.
Benny AZA is the second
ish National Fund, an-
• More Values
nounced that he would Michigan Region chapter to
MICHIGAN'S
LEADING
DEPARTMENT
STORE
FOR
CHILDREN _
stand down to make way for qualify for the District 6
/A 6- 104 lire ise flii c144,ouNizt
ur
eeil puce.
a
younger
man.
AZA
Chai
Club.
The
Chai
if
* TEL-12 SHOPPING CENTER
Tsur, who is 71, was im-
F OI
OAS
.04
12 Mile at Telegraph
mediately asked to stay on,
Youth Will Go
10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sunday 12-5
by the JNF board, till June
4
all÷tence
Duckpin Bowling
1, while a successor is
1.174 .
* NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
sought.
13 Mile at Woodward
Bnai Moshe Chalutzim
Tsur himself recalled to
9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M., Sunday 12-5
(grades 5 and 6) will meet
newsmen that he had first
Mon. & Thurs. 9:30-7:00
1:30 p.m. April 4 in the syn-
joined
JNF back in 1929 as a
* FAIRLANE TOWN CENTER
Tues.. Wed. 8 Fri. 9:30-6:00
agogue to go duckpin bowl-
17540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 •
Sat. 10-5:30
Dearborn Now Open 9:30 to 9:30, Sun. 11 to 6
lowly official. Since then he
ing. For information and
rose to eminence in Israel's
reservations, call Steve Ki-
diplomatic service, and was
deckel, 968-1187.
first envoy to Argentina and
The junior congregation
later Ambassador to Paris
and story hour groups will
during the halcyon days of join for a luncheon April 10
Israel-French amity.
in the synagogue, following
services. Junior congrega-
Hebrew Culture tion will participate in serv-
ices. For information and
let us help you erase winter's
Club Will Meet
reservations by April 6, call
cruelty to your skin.
Hartley Harris, 968-3563.
Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
I
CALL OR COME IN FOR A
Junior congregation is
culture
club,
will
meet
3:30'
I COMPLIMENTARY BROCHURE ON SKIN CARE I
p.m. Sunday at the 10 Mile ,seeking new members.
Pastels & Darks
Call for an appointment today
branch of the Jewish Coin- The three members who
machine
washable
24901 Northwestern at 10 Mile
bring in the most new per-
Boca Raton, Florida
mtinity Center.
353-0707
(305) 368-9220
sons will be awarded
Michael•Moed, shaliach
Sizes 2-4
prizes. The juniors meet 10
for Habonim, will discuss
a.m. Saturdays in the
"The Tribulations of the Is-
board room for services.
raeli Soldier in War," The
Senior United Synagogue
lecture and discussion is in
Sizes 4-6X
Youth meets 10 a.m. Satur-
Hebrew and the public is in-
day in the small chapel. For
vited.

information on senior USY
Tadross and Zahloute
activities,
call
Ronnie
An-
presents for your in-
Sizes 7-14
standig, adviser, 968-1146.

spection and consider-
For
information
on
youn-
4$
ation its prestigious
ger youth activities, call
collection of. selected
Hillel Day School will Harris, 968-3563.
antique, semi-antique and new
present the first program in
Oriental Rugs. Kashan, Isfahan,
Use Our Layaway,
a series designed to ac-
The righteous are even
Kerman, Sarouk, Michkin, Bokara, Heriz, Tabriz, Qum
Master Charge, BankAmericard
quaint
parents
of
young
greater
than
ministering
Silk and other fine rugs are offered at savings.
children with the school and angels.
Friends, customers, collectors and the new collectors
its goals 8 p.m. Tuesday in
—The Talmud
are invited to see this beautiful, big collection. EaCh is
the school.
truly a work of 'art individually styled with exciting
The programs will feature
bright colors and soft hues. Designs and styles that
an audio-visual presentation
speak of all times and places. A visit to Tadross and
showing the variety of activ-
Zahloute is like a magic carpet voyage to distant times
ities that make up the stu-
YOUR CHILD'S PRECIOUS FEET ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
and places. A truly worthwhile experience.
dent's day. Curriculum ma-
• There is no substitute for quality and carefully fitted shoes
terials and samples of
For collector Oriental Rugs:
• Doctors' shoe prescriptions correctly filled
student's work will be on
display.
Rabbi Robert Abramson,
the headmaster, members
136 MADISON AVENUE DETROIT, MICHIGAN
of the faculty, and school
parents will be present to
963-7400
FARMINGTON RD. AT 12 MILE RD.
answer questions. For infor-

KENDALLWOOD CENTER
mation, call Hillel, 851-2394.

EVANSTON, Ill. (JTA) =-
Wolfgang Wick, an Aus-
trian , industrialist who has
been accused of having been
a member of the Nazi Party
and the SS, has responded
to mounting pressures
against his nomination as.

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