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November 06, 1959 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 6, 1959-6

Around the World

A Digest of World Jewish Happenings, from
Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Other
News-Gathering Media.

United States

ROCHESTER, N.Y.—Vandals ripped the one-story. 56-year-old
frame building of Congregation Anshe Polen, which once had
an enrollment of 100 but had dwindled to 25, and virtually
wrecked it.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. The 1959 Welfare Fund campaign
nearing the $1,200,000 mark is likely to be the best in a decade
... In order to check improper fund-raising by "meshulochim," a
committee has been set up by the Welfare Fund to make a study
of itinerant solicitors to determine the extent of individual
approaches, the amounts contributed and the identity of bene-
ficiary institutions.
NEW YORK—Commenting on a fund-raising drive announced
several days ago by the National Council of Jewish Women, a
spokesman of the Jewish Agency stated: "According to an existing
agreement with the National Council of Jewish Women, the NCJW
may conduct among its own membership only a project to collect
$350,000 over the next four years for the purpose of establishing
a new building for a Jerusalem secondary school associated with
the John Dewey School of Education."

Israel

JERUSALEM—President Itzhak Ben-Zvi returned from a
week's visit in Burma, was welcomed at Lydda Airport by Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion, Cabinet members, Knesset Speaker
Nahum Nir, Chief of Staff Haim Laskov and the entire diplomatic
corps, and expressed satisfaction over the great friendship of
Burma's leaders and the entire Burmese nation toward Israel ...
An Israel delegation in Paris completed preliminary negotiations
with 40 representatives of 12 Eureopean nations on multilateral
trade agreements . . . Levi Eshkol, Finance Minister, signed four
agreements in connection with the Eilat-Haifa oil pipeline project,
headed by the Rothschild group, to convert the present eight-inch
line to 16 inches for an all-16 inch line from Eilat to the Haifa
refineries . . . The Israel Ministry of Transport projected plans
for the acquisition of pure jet planes by El Al Israel Airlines
in 1962 at an expected cost of $50,000,000, 80 per cent of the
sum to be obtained as a U.S. Export-Import Bank Loan . . . A
20 per cent increase in foreign currency receipts for the first
five months of the fiscal year, attributed to a jump in exports,
was reported by the Israel Finance Ministry.
TEL AVIV—An estimated 25,000 high school pupils were
again out of their classes when 1,300 teachers went on a one-day
strike against the refusal of the Ministry of Education to agree
to wage demands.

Seven Detroiters Leave on Sixth
UJA 115-Member Mission to Israel

Max M. Fisher, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation,
Hyman Safran, Federation vice-
president, Charles H. Gershen-
son, 1959 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign pre-campaign chairman,
and Walter L. Field, leading
campaign worker, are members
of the sixth United Jewish
Appeal Overseas Study Mission
to Europe and Israel. Mesdames
Fisher, Gershenson and Field
will accompany their husbands.
The Study Mission is made
up of 115 leaders in campaigns
across the nation, whose main
concern will be to make an on-
the-spot survey of critical needs
which face Jewish immigrants
of recent years to Israel, and
Jews in other areas of Europe
and the Moslem countries who
depend upon Allied Jewish
Campaign funds and United
Jewish Appeal agencies for vital
aid programs.

The group, the largest UJA
Study Mission ever to make the
trip, will assemble in Vienna
Saturday, for a two and a half
day conference with leaders of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and Israel's Jewish Agency.
Following orientation, they
will leave for Israel where they
will visit institutions for the
care of the aged, handicapped
and orphaned, the ma'aborot,
Israel's temporary shelter for
newly arrived immigrants and
farm settlements.
While in 'Israel, Study Mission
members will be received by
President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, U.S.
Ambassador Ogden Reid, Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion, For-
eign Minister Golda Meir, Fi-
nance Minister Levi Eshkol
and other government leaders.
The group will leave Israel
on Nov. 19.

Two Federation Divisions Plan Their Elections

Jack 0. Lefton, president of
the Detroit Service Group of
Jewish Welfare Federation, an-
nounces that the services di-
vision will hold its biennial
meeting and election of officers
and board members at 10:30
a.m., Sunday, Nov. 15, at the
Jewish- Community Center,
18100 Meyers.
Sol Drachler, education direc-
tor of the Federation, will ad-
dress the meeting on "Com-
munity Responsibility for Jew-
ish Education."
Nominated are: Arnold Ros-
man, chairman; Henry Auslan-
der, Adolph E. Baron, Sidney
J. Bertin, Benjamin B. Hertz,
Phillip L. Kanter, Isaac Litwak,
Arthur W. Schlesinger, Jr., vice-
chairmen; Samuel J. Greenberg,
John Isaacs, councillors; repre-
sentative to the board of Fed-
eration, John Isaacs.
Nominated as representatives
to the board of directors of the
Detroit Service Group are: Hen-
ry Auslander, Isaac Litwak, Ar-
nold Rosman, Morris L. Schaver,
Arthur W. Schlesinger, Jr. Nom-
inees for the services division
board are:

Cleaning plants, Harold Gottlieb,
Donald Rissman, Martin Taylor;
cleaning plant employees, hand laun-
dries, tailors, Albert Finkelstein,
Leo Polk, Marcus M. Shapiro, Sam-
uel W. Weisman; linen suppliers,
Abraham J. Burke, Joseph Green-
baum, Harry Schumer, William
Schumer; laundry and linen drivers'
union, George Gallagher, Arthur
King, Charles Weckstein, Ernest
Zipser; power laundries, Lester La-
pides; general insurance and health
and accident, Fred A. Ginsburg,
Earl Hordes, Irving A. Levy, Robert .
A. Steinberg, Murray J. Sutkin, Ar-
thur J. Thorner, Jr., Harry Yudkoff;

Levy Gets Plaque at
Center Sports Dinner

At the seventh annual father=
son award sports banquet for
teens, held at the Jewish Corn-
, munity Center
Sunday, Irwin
Shaw, Center
executive di-
recto r, pre-
sented S a m
Levy, director
of the Center's
Ten Mille
branch and
former physi-
cal education
department di-
rector, with a
plaque — the
Sam Levy Samuel A.
Levy annual award for good
sportsmanship.
Teams that received awards
were: Delmonicos, 1958 class A
softball champions; Monarchs,
1958 class B softball champions;
Bismarks, 1959 class A basket-
ball champions; Condors, 1959
class A basketball runners-up;
Normans, 1959 class B basket-
ball champions, Monarchs, 1959
class A softball champions; and
Olympics, 1959 class B softball
champions.

life insurance, Herman Fishman,
Harold S. Norman, Harry Schechter,
George Steinberger: industrial in-
surance, Maurice Axelrod, Louis
Garber, Henry Grossman, Saul W.
Mason; finance, S. David Jassy,
Percy P. Newman, Myron D. Stein,
Robert E. Steinberg; morticians, Ira
Kaufman; travel bureaus, Jules
Doneson, Elliott Elkin, Charles Ran-
dolph, Jared Schubiner.

Samuel J. Greenberg is chair-
man of the ' division's nominat-
ing committee. Committee mem-
bers included Sidney J. Bertin,
John Isaacs and Arnold Ros-
man.
Lefton also announces that the
arts and crafts division will
hold its biennial meeting and
election of officers. at 12:15
p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 17, in the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial Build-
ing. Luncheon will be served.
Nominated are: Paul Broder.
chairman; Herbert A. Aronsson,
David Goldberg, Arthur Robin-
son, Charles K. Rosen, William
M. Wetsman,_ vice-chairmen; Na-
than Balaban, Paul Broder, Leo-
nard N. Simons, Leon S. Way-
burn, Harvey Willens, council-
lors; representative to the board
of governors of the Federation,
Harvey Willens.

Nominated as representatives
to the board of the Detroit Serv-
ice Group are: Herbert A.
Aronsson, Nathan B a 1 a b a n,
David Goldberg, Charles F.
Rosen, Leon S. Wayburn, Wil-
liam M. Wetsman. Nominees for
the division board are:

Advertising and commercial art-
ists, Julian A. Grace, Herbert H.
Klein, Robert Leslie, Ervin Levin-
son, Jack K. Lewis, Louis H. Luck-
off, Philip R. Marcuse, Peter Simon,
Ruthven Simons, Gerald I. Sklar,
Charles Stone, Milton Wagner;
printers and publishers, Louis M.
Hinderstein, Ronald Kottler, Richard
Kux, Robert Levison, Thomas S.
Moers, Benjamin Nathanson, David
Safran, Myron S. Steinberg; paper
products and office suppliers, Stan-
ley Akers, Sol Balaban, Joseph S.
Bing, Kurt Ellenbogen, Sydney M.
Feinberg, Marshall Miller, I. William
Oberfelder; musicians, Joseph Bril-
liant, Julius Chajes, Hal Gordon,
Milton J. Woolf; photographers,
Robert Benyas; amusements, Hyman
Bloom, Adolph Goldberg, Irving
Goldberg, Richard Graff, Joseph J.
Lee, Carl Shalit, Cyril Wagner, Lew
Wisper, Jack Zide, Milton Zimmer-
man; bowling lanes, Ferd Alpert,
Roger Robinson.

Paul Broder is chairman of
the division's nominating com-
mittee which includes Nathan
Balaban, Leonard N. Simons,
Leon S. Wayburn, Harvey Wil-
lens.

Gala Floor Show — Hal Gordon's WXYZ-Orchestra
Dancing — Door Prizes

Horne Relief Society

37th Annual Fund Raising Dinner Dance
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel
Saturday Eve., November 14th, 7 p.m.

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November 8, 1959
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interpretation

INTERPRETATION is that creative quality which a per-
former brings to a work of art. It is this quality that marks
the genius of mezzo-soprano JENNIE TOUREL, one of the
most distiguished recitalists in the United States today.

Jennie Tourel will appear with Israeli violinist Shimon
Mishory at the 27th Balfour Concert on Saturday, 8:30
P.M., November 14 at the Ford Auditorium. It is through
your efforts that the important work of our Kfar Silver
Agricultural Institute and Children's Village in Israel can
be continued.

SPONSORED BY: THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF DETROIT

FORD AUDITORIUM, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959, AT 8:30 P.M.

TICKETS: ZIONIST HOUSE, DI 1-8540

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