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October 21, 1960 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 21, 1960

H. Safran Named Dinner

Chairman for Israel Bonds

Hyman Safran, prominent com-
munal leader, has been named
dinner chairman of the Israel Bar-
Mitzvah (13th anniversary) year
inaugural dinner to be held Wed-
nesday, Nov. 2, at Cobo Hall, it
has been announced by John E.
Lurie, steering committee chair-
man, and David Safran, general

HYMAN SAFRAN

Marlene Dietrich
Acclaimed by 500
at Bond Lunch

chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond drive.
A prominent figure in many
vital community and civic en-
deavors, Hyman Safran is vice
president of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, a member of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Jewish
Community Council, past presi-
dent of congregation Shaarey
Zedek and co-chairman of the
big gifts committee of the Allied
Jewish Campaign.
A veteran of two years' service
in the Navy as a Lieutenant, he
is the past vice-president of the
Jewish War Veterans Memorial
Home Association and past com-
mander of Sholom Post JWV.
Highly regarded in the print-
ing industry, he is a director of
the National Printers Organiza-
tion of America, and also serves
as district chairman of the Citi-
zens for School Committee and
on the board of Sinai Hospital.
He is a member of Sigma Omega
and Norwood Country Club.
The inaugural dinner ushering
in Israel's Bar-Mitzvah Year will
welcome Jack Benny, America's
foremost and best-loved comedi-
an, as guest star, and Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, former director gen-
eral of the JDC, former execu-
tive vice-chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal and presently vice
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, as guest speaker.
"Because of the significance
of the Detroit celebration, one of
the first in the country to herald
the 13th anniversary year of the
State of Israel, there has been an
overwhelming response in ad-
vance reservations," Lurie re-
ports. Admission to the dinner is
open to all 1960 Israel Bond
holders.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Israel Bond office,
8522 W. McNichols, DI 1-5707 or
DI 1-5716.

An enthusiastic overflow
of close to 500 women greeted
Marlene Dietrich at the lunch-
eon of the Detroit Israel Bond
Women's Division, Wednesday,
at Town and Country Club.
Miss Dietrich, star of the
International Revue at the
Shubert Theater, visited Israel
recently and her reception
there proved one of the most
tumultuous and emotional high-
lights of her career. She came
away from Israel with a deep
love for its people and their
efforts to build their country
in freedom and progress.
In tribute to her warm friend-
ship and help and support for
A private showing of the film
Israel, Miss Dietrich was pre- "Israel" will be held at the home
sented with an honorary "spon- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nachman,
sor of Israel" award by Mrs. 17310 Westland, Southfield, 8
Josephine Katchke and Mrs. p.m. Wednesday.
Max Stollman, co-chairmen of
The film is the result of the
the Women's Division.
combined talents of two of the
Robert Lurie, television and world's -most sought after Holly-
radio producer and director, wood personal-
was the guest speaker.
ities, Leon Uris
Mrs. Tom BOrman, associate and Edward G.
chairman for sales, delivered Robinson. Uris,
the invocation. Mrs. Harry Kay, author of "Ex-
chairman of cash - activities, odus," wr ote
thanked the many women volun- the script for
teers for their work in prepara- the film "Is-
tion for the luncheon.
rael. "Robinson
Mrs. Israel Wiener, cash col- stars in the
lection chairman, reported that film.
more than $175,000 in Israel
Produced in
Bond cash had been brought in sound and
as a result of a 13 day special technicolor by
effort in advance of Miss Diet- Warner Broth-
rich's appearance.
ers, "I sr a e 1"
Mrs. Harry Nachman, spon- has won many
sor chairman, presented na- plaudits.
tional Sponsor of Israel em-
The showing
blems to women wh ualified of_ "Israel"
through the • of a will take place
Jan Bart
$1,000 in
minimum
on the occasion of a reception
1
award
Bonds.
for Jan Bart, noted entertainer
arms to outstan
"CHE
whose dedicated efforts in behalf
volu er workers were
of the economic upbuilding of
no ed by Mrs. Harry Kay..
Israel through Israel Bonds won
Marlen
e
for him a special commendation
at the S
from the Israel government.
e ures th
Bart will be accompanied by Ariel
K. Ophir.
Stiebel, the Israeli accordion .
in virtuoso.
Miss 15' ricl
t an
her prog
nders Radomer Mutual
sraeli song
excel-
'th deep f
to Hear Lou Levine
tion.
Hebre
The newly formed Radomer
Mutual Society of Detroit will
IF YOU TURN THE
hold its next meeting Sunday at
iots r
the Hayim Greenberg Center.
73 I
Following its regular business
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
meeting, the popular Jewish hu-
FIND A FINER WINE THAN
morist Lou Levine will perform.
Anyone interested in the group
can contact Jack Waksberg, UN
3-3474; Helen Bowman, KE
3-3624, or Eleanor Manela, LI

Miss Dietrich Greeted
on Arrival in Detroit
A

MARLENE DIETRICH was
greeted at Willow Run Airport
by Mrs. JOSEPH KATCHKE, co-
chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division. Miss
Dietrich was the guest of honor at
the annual fall luncheon of the
Israel Bond Women's Division
Wednesday at Town and Country
Club.

Job offers for University of
Michigan engineering students
are up from last year, especially
in the area of research and
development.

`Action Day' of Women Volunteers
Nets '175,000 of Bond Pledges

"Action Day," the wind-up of
the 13-day "Sinai-style" cash
collection drive for pledges
made during the High Holy
Days Israel Bond appeals, be-
gan at 9:30 a.m. last Sunday at
the Israel Bond office, where
more than 50 women volunteers
brought the total cash collected
between Oct. 3 and 16 to more
than $175,000.
At the "Action Day" meeting,
the women made plans for sus-
taining the high level of activity
in behalf of Israel Bonds.
Major emphasis was on the
successful annual fall luncheon
held Wednesday at Town and
Country Club, where Marlene
Dietrich was the guest of honor,
and the forthcoming Israel Bar-
Mitzvah Year inaugural dinner
on Nov. 2, at Cobo Hall, where
Jack Benny will be the guest
star and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the
Israel Bond Organization, will
be the speaker.
Among those spearheading
the "Action Day" effort were
Mrs. Israel Wiener, cash collec-
tion chairman; Mrs. Harry Kay,

associate chairman for cash ac-
tivities; Mrs. Joseph Katchke
and Mrs. Max Stollman, Wom-
en's Division co-chairmen; Mrs.
Tom Borman, associate chair-
man for sales activities; Mrs.
Theodore Bargman, honorary
chairman of the Women's Di-
vision; Mrs. Harry Nachman,
sponsor chairman; Mrs. David
Miller and Mrs. David Pollack,
arrangements chairmen; a n d
Mrs. Harry Portnoy, service or-
ganizations and Sister hoods
chairman.

Hayim Greenberg
Offers Exhibit During
LZOA Convention Here

The Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-
Yiddish School will exhibit the
subjects, methods and activities
of its operation Oct. 28 for dele-
gates and visitors !n connection
with the LZOA convention in
Detroit.
It was announced also that
Dr. Sol M. Elkin will speak on
"The Melting Pot-1960" Nov.
10 at the Hayim Greenberg Cen-
ter.

Nachmans Give
Bart Reception,
Premier Film

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Milan Wineries, Detroit, Mich.

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osef Krips

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