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September 30, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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Members Leave
on Israel Tour

Irving Green, chairman of the
1960 Detroit Service Group Israel
Survey Tour, reports that Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick H. Baer, of South
Bend., Ind., have joined the De-
troit tour. Baer is president of
the South Bend Jewish Federa-
tion.
Tour membership now stands at
20 and includes Julian Tobias,
tour co-chairman, and Mrs. To
bias, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fein-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Green,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacobson,
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Jaffe, Mrs.
Louis Koppy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robin-
son, Mrs. Harry Sucher, Joe Zis-
man and Mrs. Esther Appelman,
tour director.
The tour leaves for Israel Oct.
2. After the tour, Green, who was
chairman of the Allied Jewish
Campaign's $1,100,000 mechanical
trades division, will join the na-
tional United Jewish Appeal
Mission in Rome.

Arab Rectors Refuse
to Serve With Israel
on International Body

MEXICO CITY, (JTA)—The
rectors of the University of
Cairo and of the American
University in Beirut, Lebanon,
refused to accept nomination
to the administrative board of
the International Association of
Universities after Binyamin Ma-
zar, president of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, was
elected to that 12-man body at
the final session here of the
Third Congress of the Associa-
tion.
In addition to Prof. Mazar,
Prof. Aryeh Dvoretsky and
Robert Bachi represented the
Hebrew University at the Con-
gress here which was attended
by heads of universities from
61 countries.

The LULOV a

for Hadassah's Fund-Raising Event

Sam Levenson, popular hu-
morist, will be the star attrac-
tion of the Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah's fund - raising event
8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cobo Hall.
Those who donate at least $5
over their previous honor roll
contributions in any category
are eligible to attend (contribu-
tion includes admission), ac-
cording to Mrs. Milton Sorock,
vice president of fund-raising.
Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, Chap-
ter president, will greet the as-
semblage, and Mrs. Sorock will
give a resume of Hadassah's
projects in Israel. A well-known
singer (not yet announced) will
sing the national anthems and
several English and Hebrew
sogs.
Mrs. Alfred Deutsch, chair-
man of the evening, will be as-
sisted by the following Chapter
and group fund-raising chair-
men who will serve as host-
esses:

Chapter: Mesdames Joseph Ehrlich,
Max R. Frank, Henry Wineman,
Frank Wetsman, Sam Shekter, Samuel
Schwartz, Benjamin Bond, Jason
Honigman, William Isenberg, Louis
Luckoff, Harry Moss, Nathtan Scher-
mer and Harry Spector.
Bagley North: Mesdames Bernie
Berman, George Carson, Arthur
Fealk, Samuel F e l d s t e i n, Harry
Komer and Robert Willens.
Bagley South: Mesdames Harry
Brenner, William Diskin, A. Ehren
feld, Arthur Feuer, Nellie Godanke,
Abe Gordon, Harry Himmelstein,
Louis Kasikdan, Jack Mickel, Herschel
Roth, Abraham Rosenshine, Max
Schubiner, Samuel Smerling and Ben
Stashefsky.
Evergreen: Mrs. Richard Lankin.
Greenfield: Mesdames Morton Ben-
son, Herbert Goldman, Frank Man-
chel and Myron Millgrom.
Livonia: Mesdames Robert Blank,
Ivan Edelstein, Ralph Rostow, Jerry
Soffa, David Stulberg, Herbert Weller
and Raymond Zelch.
Meyers: Mesdames Al Colman,
Michael Karbel and Meyer Tennen-
baum.
Schaefer: Meesdames Sam Cohen,
Louis Cohen, Tom Goodman, Percy
Haron and Frank Schefman.
Sherwood: Mesdames Harold Berry,
Ben Bader, Joseph Bienenstock, Harry
Hirsch, Barney Keywell, Donald Lev-
inson, John J. Mann and Jack
Schreier.
University East: Mesdames Sidney
Brand, Morton Barnett, Harry Bur-
stein, Elmer P. Ellias, Samuel Gran-
don, James Goodfriend, A. S. Rogoff,

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A plan an "all out" effort • to facilitate
to establish
liaison be- the success of the cultural ties
tween
salem and Munich, between the two cities.
Ge
purely a municipal

s not been consulte
in regard to the proposal.
Last May, Mayor Hans Jochen
Vogel, of Mu h, ro to Jeru-
salem Ish-Sha-
lom,
ich h
establ
ties
other for n cities, and
os-
ing
similar r
s be
established with J'
em.
.
Mayor Vo
ormed Ish-Sha-
lom
hector of Munich's
department would visit
erusalem to discuss the pro-
posed relations. Mayor Ish-Sha-
lom replied that he would make

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"Please don't kill me!"

SAM LEVENSON

Louis Rycus, Sherman Shapiro and
Meyer Stamell.
University North: Mesdames Alvin
Davis, Herbert Gale, Ellis Gans,
Hyman Gordon and Harry Stoll.
Wyoming: Mesdames Max Beim,
Meyer Meyerson and William Posen.
Business and Professional: Mes-
dames Claire Landes and Doris
Siegel and Miss Helen Lamont.
Evening: Mesdames Selma Mans-
field and Pearl Klein.

An enthusiastic gathering
of women who nearly filled
the Temple Israel sanctuary
last Tuesday inaugurated the
1960 Honor Roll activiti
Reports indicated an aw
e
ness in the community o
ec-
Hadassah program, an
ey
tion leaders stated tha
expected a general in ase
over last year's giving.
Mrs. Raphael Tourove na-
tionally prominent Hada h

leader, who has represent
the women's Zionist organiza-
tion in Washington and at in-
ternational conferences, in a
stirring address, outlined the
latest Hadassah accomplish-
ments, told of the aid Hadassah
is giving to Asio-African nations
and explained the new pro-
grams for health services in
Israel.
"It is easier to set up a nation
politically than it is to establish
a nation socially, economically
and health-wise," she stated, in
her explanations of the Hadas-
sah health programs.
She said that Hadassah had
responded to calls from the
peoples of. Burma, Thailand and
India and sent emissaries to
their countries to assist them
in studying methods of adjust-
ing various groups among them.



Council Delegate
Assembly Oct. 20

Stanley J. Winkelman, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council, announces that th
season's opening delegate
sembly will be held Thursd
Oct. 20, 8:15 p.m., at
Schaefer.
A special committee of
Hayim Greenberg Center
Council, under - the chair
ship of Mrs. Philip Bernst
is developing the program
the assembly.

av and esrog, having in themselves such Infinite and beauti-
ful meaning, take on special significance when they are grown
in Eretz Yisrael. They ate then a reminder of the ancient char-
acter of the festival of Sukkot; a pilgrim holiday, when Jews
went up, as indeed they go again, to rejoice in Jerusalem. All
JeWs cannot make the pilgrimage to Eretz Yisrael. But each Jew
can bring Eretz Yisrael into his Sukkah and synagogue and home
by taking up and blessing a bit of the harvest of the Holy Land
on the thanksgiving festival of the Jewish faith.

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Newspaper Urges Italy
to Secure Compensation
for Nazi War Victims

ROME, (JTA) — The Italian
g •vernment was sharply criti-
cized by Avanti, official news-
paper of the Italian Socialist
party, for having taken no steps
thus far to obtain from the West
German government compensa-
tion to Italian victims of Nazism.
According to Avanti, Italy and
Switzerland are the only Western
European countries that have not
as yet even tried to negotiate
such an agreement with the Fed-
eral Republic of Germany.
The newspaper declares that
hundreds of Italian citizens had
suffered losses under the Nazi
regime, while many others had
been sent to extermination
camps "for racial, ideological or
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5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 30, 1960

20 Service Group Sam Levenson Is Star Attraction

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