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July 29, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-29

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Community-wide efforts will
The patrons' gifts also will
be made to assure a rousing make possible the setting
welcome for the Israel Philhar- aside of a section of 400 seats
monic Orchestra when it ap- for sightless people.
pears on Nov. 8 at the Masonic
Shapiro announced that Abe
Auditorium.
Kasle and Al Borman accepted
It will be the featured at- the co-chairmanship of the pa-
traction at the annual Balfour trons committee.
The plans of that committee
are to enroll patrons at $250.
Each patron is to receive five
tickets for his family for the
noteworthy event, and his gift
will be utilized for seats for
local students in a compliment-
ary section of the hall.
At a meeting at the home of
the Kasles, Tuesday evening,
Abe Kasle
Al Borman
plans were elaborated for the
Concert of the Zionist Organiza- enrollment of patrons.
tion of Detroit, Sherman Sha-
The Israel Philharmonic Or-
piro, chairman of the Balfour chestra's American tour is spon-
Concert committee, announced sored by the 'America - Israel
this week.
Cultural Society.

Picketing of Kosher Butcher Shops
Called 'Intimidation and Coercion'

The Detroit Retail Kosher
Meat Cutters Association, in a
statement issued this week,
condemned as unfair the picket-
ing of three of the kosher meat
markets by members of Local
632 of the Amalgamated Meat
Cutters and Butchers Union.
Stating that the three stores
"are being made the scape-
goats," the Retail Kosher Meat
Cutters Association states that
the picketing "results from the
association's refusal to violate
the labor relations law, as de-
manded by the union." The
union, the association states, has
attempted to intimidate the as-
sociation and to coerce it "to
agree to contract provisions
which the law expressly pro-
hibits."
The association states that
employees of the kosher meat

stores earn from $132 to $175
a week, enjoy many fringe bene-
fits and "as a unit are the
highest paid butchers in the
state and possibly in the
nation."
Assuring the community that
"all' stores are open for busi-
ness as usual," the association
states that it has "taken • steps
to have the matter determined
by the National Labor Relations
Board." It invites the commu-
nity's cooperation until the issue
is disposed of.

Enlarge Lydda Airport
Approximately $2,500,000 has
been allocated for the construc-
tion of a special runway at
Lydda to accommodate Boeing
"707" and Douglas DC-8 jets,
for the improvement of existing
runways, and the renovation of
the central terminal building.

co ol!

tribute to the memory of Vladi-
mir Jabotinsky, founder of the
Zionist Revisionist movement,
at a meeting at the President's
residence Sunday called to
commemmor ate the Oth anni-
versary of the death of the Re-
visionist leader.
Among those who attended
the meeting were Prime Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion, Cabinet
ministers, Herut members of
the Knesset (Israel's parlia-
ment) and leaders of the Re-
visionist movement.
President Ben-Zvi told the
gathering that Jabotinsky's
writing s, translations and
speeches, which infused Rus-
sian Jewish youth with Zion-
ism, were known to him long
before he had ever met the
Revisionist leader.
Premier Ben-Gurion, whose
attendance at the meeting was
regarded as a sign of concilia-
tion between two Zionist points
of view which had been at odds
for nearly 40 years, said that
his would be "subjective im-
pressions of the tragic Zionist
figure."
Mrs. Ben-Zvi urged the gath-
ering that the unifying fea-
tures of Jabotinsky's life be
recalled. Others paying tribute
were Knesset Deputy Arieh
Altman, Professor Eri Jabotin-
sky, only son of the late Zionist
leader and Menahem Arber,
former commander of Etzel, the
Revisionist underground or-
ganization in Palestine during
the British Mandate.
Meanwhile, in New York, a
pilgrimage to Jabotinsky's grave
at the New Montefiore ceme-
tery, Pine Lawn, Long Island,
was arranged by the United
Zionists-Revisionists of America.
Among the participants at
the memorial -service were
members of the Zionists-Re-
visionists of America, the
League of Veterans of the Jew-
ish Legion, which fought with
Lord Allenby against the Turks,

Knollwood Sets
Wednesday as Its
President's Day

One of the biggest and most
elaborate annual President's
Day celebrations in the 37-year
history of Knollwood Country
Club is planned for next Wed-

erans. Binyamin Eliav, Israel
consul general in New York,
participated in the ceremony
with the JeWish Legion mem-
bers.

was paid to Jabotinsky at a
meeting of the executive of the
American section of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Rose L.
Halprin.

On Livernois

formerly

208 SUITS

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NOW

39.75 to 72.50

77 SPORT
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39.50 to $110

84 SLACKS

12.50 to 39.50_

6.25 to 19.75

53 LEISURE
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19.95 to 47.50

9.98 to 23.75

SPORT SH I RTS 6.95 to 13.50

3.48 to 6.75

NECKWEAR

19.75 to $55

3.50 to 7.50

1.75 to 3.75

13.50 to 27.50

6.75 to 13.75

STRAW HATS.. 5.95 to 10.95

2.98 to 5.48

SW I MWEAR

2.48 to 6.25

ROBES

4.95 to 12.50

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RICKIE LAYNE & VELVEL

nesday, when members and
their guests will enjoy an all-
day outing, honoring the club's
president, Samuel Kane.
Rickie Layne and Velvel, the
ventriloquist comedy act that
has gained national fame
through appearances in Holly-
wood, Las Vegas, Miami, and on
the Ed Sullivan TV show, will
be one of the big feature at-
tractions at the dinner culminat-
ing Knollwood's President's
Day. Other top-rated Broadway
acts will also be brought to De-
troit to entertain the gathering.
The event will start at 9 in
the morning with an all day
program of golf, lunch, dinner
and continuous entertainment
throughout the day and eve-
ning.

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"where well dressed men
get that way"

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Open Thursday and Friday Evenings to 9 p.m.

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S — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS • — Friday, July 29, 1960

Abe Kasle, Al Borman Chairmen of Leaders of Israel Join in - Tribute to Jabotinsky
JERUSALEM, (JTA)-Presi- and the Long Island posts of
Israel Orchestra Concert Patrons
Also in New York, a tribute
dent Itzhak Ben-Zvi paid warm the American Jewish War Vet-

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