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September 25, 1959 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-25

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At the dinner meeting held
Tuesday evening for the in-
stallation of Judge Ira G.
Kaufman as president of the
Zionist Organization of
Detroit, and of the other- new
ZOD officers, Israeli - . Consul
Shaul Ramati made a brief
appearance to award the
Israel Independence War Rib-
bon to Jules Doneson.
Consul Ramat was here to
address the Beth Aaron Men'S
Club, and he utilized the oc-
casion, on behalf of his gov-
ernment, to pay honor to
Doneson, who served as a
captain in the Israeli army of
liberation in 1948. Doneson
now conducts a travel bureau
here.
Doneson delivered a brief
acceptance speech in
Hebrew.
Samuel M. Bez was toast-
master at the ZOD' installa-
tion dinner. The pro-gram was
opened with brief remarks by
Dr. Bernard Weston, who was
co-chairman of the arrange-
ments committee with Mrs. I.
Walter Sil\‘7er .
Appearing on the program,
in addition to Judge Kaufman,
who delivered a policy ad-
dress, were: Abraham Bor-
man, retiring ZOD president,
who was presented with a
plaque in appreciation of his
efforts in behalf of the organi-
zation; Rabbi Jacob Segal,
who was the installing officer,
Leon Kay, Harry Cohen and
Rabbi Leon Fram, who gave
the opening and c l o s i n g
prayers.'
Cohen introduced 20 men in
the gathering who have been

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New Year.

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ZOD members for 25 years or
more. He said that at least 70
more Detroiters, who were
unable to attend the dinner
meeting, have been aSsoci--
ated with the ZOD for 25
years or more.
An appeal was made at
the dinner for support of
the forthcoming Balfour
Concert, annually sponsored
by the ZOD. -
It has been announced that
Dr. Weston is one of the
Detroiters who have been
elected members of the na-
tional executive committee cif
the Zionist Organization of
America. Irving Sniderman
and Sherman Shapiro were
named alternate members.

ME Question Not Likely

to Be on Eisenhower,
Khrushchev Agenda

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News
-

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. —
Secretary of State Christian
A. Herter disclosed Tuesday
that the Middle East problem
was not likely to be discussed
between Eisenhower and Soviet
Premier Khrushchev when the
two leaders meet.
At a luncheon with the United
Nations Correspondents Asso-
ciation, Herter was asked wheth-
er, in view of the fact that both
the United Nations and the
Soviet Union saw eye to eye on
Palestine Partition in 1947, they
might not be able to find gen-
eral agreement on the Middle
East question. Herter replied:
"I don't know whether the
question is even to be discussed.
I have the feeling that without
consulting Israel and the neigh-
bors of Israel it would be a
little presumptuous for us and
the Russians to try to solve
this problem."
Herter was also asked wheth-
er there was still a possibility
for a gfoup of Jewish represen-
tatives to meet with Khrush-
chev.. He replied:
"In the State Department we
had requests from a number of
Jewish organizations and from
individuals who wanted to meet
Khrushchev. These r e q.0 e s t s
were endorsed by its to Mr.
Menshikov who had official
charge of the arrangements.
However, our suggestions did
not always meet with approval."

LISTENING

ELEANOR RISEMAN
was
chairman of the first County
Fair held by Infants Service
Group, 20 years ago . . . Now,
the gals have decided to have
another one in November . . .
and its chairman will again be
the same wonderful Eleanor ...
This is year number 26 starting
out for ISG, which has changed
meeting places , to the Work-
man's Circle on Seven Mile Rd.
. . . The membership of 230 was
closed at 250, last week. by the
drawing of names out of a fish-
bowl to give everyone in line a
chance to join this very fine
group whose work is so highly
regarded in its assistance for
indigent children, Penrickton
Nursery for blind kiddies and
Detroit Association for Mentally
Retarded youngsters . . . Shir-
ley Merson is president of In-
fants Service Group.
* *

PHIL F 0 S T E R, Brooklyn
born comic, tells the story of
his mother, who each week, for
years, has gone to the same
neighborhood movie house . . .
Because of the population
changes in the neighborhood,
the movie house now shows only
Spanish films, but Phil's mother
still goes there -every week .. .
"But why, ma?" Phil asked her.
"You don't understand Span-
ish !" .. . His mother shrugged
her shoulders and nodded, "Did
I understand English?"
* * *

RECORD SUNG BY Cantor
Hyman J. Adler of Cong. Bnai
David, titled, "God Is the An-
swer" will be on display during
the Jewish Book Fair in Novem-
ber at the new Jewish Center
on Curtis . . . On one side, Can-
tor Adler sings in Yiddish,
and on the other his vocalizing
is in English . . . Records and
song sheets can be bought at
Borenstein's and Grinnell's . .
They said, Let us rise up and "God Is the Answer" has a De-
build. So they • strengthened troit "cast" with lyrics written
their hands for this good work. by Leah and Jack Sarett, and
—Neh. 2:18
music by Arnie Pearlman and
Arthur Dietz.
* * *

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Polish Jews Seek Indemnification
for Property Looted by Nazis

TEL AVIV, (JTA)
Polish Jew, who suffered from Nazi
atrocities or whose property was looted by the Nazis during
their occupation of Poland will seek ways and means to secure
full compensation. It was announced that the question will
be taken up at a world-wide conference of Polish Jews which
is scheduled to take place next year. Preparations for such a
conference are now going on in various Jewish centers.
The conference will attempt to reunite the Polish Jews
now scattered throughout the world and create a representa-
tive body for them. It will discuss the establishment of a
spiritual center similar to the Leo Baeck institute established
for German- Jews. • The organization committee of the con-
ference - includes leaders of Polish Jewry now in the United
States, Israel, Argentina and other countries.



Syria Tries Trio
Leaving for Israel

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

THE NEW

WASHINGTON — Arab press
reports received here revealed
that three young Jewish men
have been brought to trial be-
fore a Syrian military tribunal
in Damascus on charges of try-
ing to emigrate to Israel.
The three, Y a a c o v Attar,
Shimon Salouk and Yussef Nas-
chi, were accused of being "or-
ganized" by a person named
Marco Mograbi, described as an
organizer of an underground
aliyah to Israel from the Jewish
club in Damascus:
The trial remains in progress
with no verdict yet issued.

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And His Orchestra

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WHERE TO DINE

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ABOUT 100 WOMEN of the
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great fight against catastrophic
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Open 24 Hours
20176 LIVERNOIS AVE., 1 1 /2 blks. S. 8 Mile Rd.
. . . Rose Moss is overall chair-
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CHOICE LIQUORS
FACILITIES
MARIA'S PIZZERIA BANQUET
Schwartz, chairman of the Blue
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LITTLE DAVID BESSMAN, Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND
son of Ida and Sol Bessman,
came home from his first day
Prime Beef at its Very Best! Pies baked on prem.
ises. Special Luncheons and Dinners. Menus changed
of school . Sol asked him
daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
how he liked it, and 5-year-old
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 81k.
of Evergreen
David said, "Aw, they asked me BEEF BUFFET
my name and I told them. Then
they asked me your name
•DUBBS BEEF BUFFET
and I told them. Then they
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asked where I was born. I didn't
• CHICKEN
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want to be a sissy and say a
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maternity ward, so I just told
OPEN DAILY 11 • 8:30 P.M.; SAT. & SUN. to 9 P.M.
them Briggs Stadium."

IIIIERC'S

E.

29 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, Sept. 25, 1959

Doneson Gets Israel Independence
War Ribbon at ZOD's Installation

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