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October 12, 1984 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PURELY COMMENTARY

PHILIP SLOMOVITZ

C

Wedding Rehearsals and
Ceremony Assistance

Lee
Wolin

ontinued from Page 2

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Eleanor Roosevelt

friendly to your people."
1 The Arab leader persisted
with the statement; "But
I you have worked for Is-
rael." And Mrs. Roosevelt
- answered: That is true.
When I think a thing is
good, I also think it should
be given help."
Simons Says has a record of
lieonard Simons' other sessions
(Itch Eleanor, her appearance at
.11e first graduation of Brandeis
Jniversity when Simons was
onored as a Fellow of the univer-
y, and two of Eleanor
osevelt's appearances at Tern-
le Beth El, in 1947 at a Jewish
847,--21fare Federation fund raiser
Ind in 1954 for the Temple Youth.
Incidentally, Simons Says is al-
eady a sensation. More than
?,_000 copies have been distrib-
ted and another 500 will soon be
n circulation. Readers are so
nthused that many have sent
*fts to Wayne State University
ress in appreciation of the book.
co' nard Simons will make an ap-
earance at the annual Jewish
ook Fair at the Jewish Commu-
ity Center in November. It'll be
fi ideal time for him to autograph
his book and to add another gem
to his many commendable
3 rur eches at the scores of public
.‘
functions that are recorded in Si-
• ons Says.

Fresh l ~
and toss it!

Slavin's memory

It is more than half a century
ice the Michigan Unemploy-
ent Security Act became law. Its
authorship may be unknown to
,early all of the living citizens in
this state. The passing last week
Cat= the age of 91 of Harry Slavin
'brings to mind the accom-
lishments of at least one of the
.nhitects of this law.
Harry Slavin merits remember-
':-.,-ig — not only for this important
service but also for his charm as a
person, his readiness to be of help
to young lawyers, his Jewishly-
dedicated identifications. He
wrote an important page in
l tdichigan legal history.

mr



NEWS

Moroccan Jews get
'DC Hebrew books

New York — More than 10,000
Hebrew prayer books and educa-
tional texts were shipped to the
Jewish community of Morocco
troin New York by the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Corn-
inittee (JDC) for use during the
(High Holidays, according to
Ralph I. Goldman, JDC executive
vice-nresident.

Friday, October 12, 1984

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