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November 18, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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Noted Israeli Attorney Twnir in
U.S. in Behalf of Motel Project

Onal Orit
• • •
Activities

OAK WOODS CHAPTER wil
feature an animated film 'Inside
Magoo" to be shown by the
American Cancer Society at a
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Oak Park Community Cen-
ter. A question and answer pe-
riod will follow. Members and
friends are invited to attend. A
special prize to be awarded will
be a Thanksgiving turkey, eli-
gible only to paid-up members.
Refreshments will be served.

* * *
Admission ticket to the serv-
ice meeting of ALBERT D.
TUCKER CHAPTER 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday will be a book to be
distributed, along with others, at
hospitals. Hard or soft cover
books will be accepted. Featured
speaker for the evening, to be
held at Lutzker Hall, 15775• Jas.
Couzens, will be Dr. A: Eglash
of the Detroit Institute of Tech-
nology. He will discuss "Bigotry."
* *
DONALD FOX CHAPTER will
feature a games night at its next
regular meeting 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Temple Beth Yehudah,
17556 Wyoming. Prizes, includ-
ing a turkey and chickens, will
be awarded, and refreshments
will follow. Friends are invited.
* *
Lynn Bartlett, director of the
Chaney branch of the Detroit
Public Library, will be guest
speaker and leader of a books
discussion at a meeting of
HENRY MORGENTHAU CHAP-
TER 8:30 p.m. Monday at Cong.
Beth Abraham, W. Seven Mile
near Greenlawn. Refreshments
will be served. Members and
friends are invited to attend.
* * *
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER
will present its fourth annual
games night 8:30 p.m. Monday
at Northland Hostess House,
Prizes will be awarded. For in-
formation and transportation, call
Helen Katzman, LI 5-6024. All
interested are invited to attend.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE invites mem-
bers, relatives and friends -to
the next -open meeting 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. Featured will be
a "Home Talent Night" program:
with a variety show presented
by members of the lodge and
chapter. Refreshments will be
served. Sol Steinberg is chair-
man of the event. There is no
admission charge, according to
Dan Levy, president.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS LODGE
bowlers will present their an-
nual Father and Son Sports
Night 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
S h o 1 em Aleichem Institute.
Lyall Smith, sports editor of

The Detroit Free Press, will be
master of ceremonies. Featured
sports personalities on the pro-
gram will include Detroit Lions
star Howard "Hopalong" Cas-
sady, Nick Kerbaway, general
manager of the Detroit Pistons;
John Sabo, president of the De-
troit Bowling Proprietors Asso-
ciation; Herman Fishman, form-
er U. of M. star named one of
Michigan's greatest athletes, and
several others. Also, a special

program has been planned by
co-chairmen Isadore E. Malin
and Roy L embers
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Shmuel Tamir, one of Israel's
most distinguished attorneys, who
represented Malkiel Grunewald in
the sensational case against Ru-
dolf Kastner, and who -recently
represented David Ben-Gurion's
son, Amos, in a libel suit that
was won by his client, this week
explained an important Israel in-
vestment plan with which he is
associated as attorney for the
American investors.
Tamir and his wife, Ruth, were

the guests here for a few days
of Mr. and Mrs. William Hordes,
19766 Marlowe. •Tamir is the son
of the eminent Israeli scholar,
Reuven Katznelson, and Batsheba
Katznelson, who was a General
Zionist member of the second
Israel Knesset.
The project represented b
Tamir is the Caesaria Bea
Corporation, which already
been capitalized for $1,000,
and whose plan is to e
into a $5,000,000 invest
Philadelphia Jewish lead
Montague Tyson, Alex Sta
Jack Golden and Alex
are spearheading the and
ing.
This motel-hotel plan is
a sort of semi-cottages 100-
project, to be established at Ca
saria, midway between Tel Aviv
and Haifa, on the Mediterranean,
between the new Israel golf
course and the Herod Aqueduct.
Those who purchase an interest
in this project will have cottages
for their own use during desired
periods, and the motels will be
available for rent by tourists
when not in use by the investors.
According to Tamir the most
modern facilities will be used in
establishing this undertaking. On
the grounds of the site will be a
restaurant, a theater, a central
club house and a shopping cen-
ter. The Greek architect Can-
tilles, assisted by an Israeli archi-
tect will make his construction
plans soon.
Tamir said that the project is
being co-sponsored by the Israel
government and by Baron Ed-
mond de Rothschild. Two weeks
ago, he reported, Dr. Zvi Din-
stein, head of the Israel Invest-
ment Center, signed the agree-
ment for the undertaking with
the Philadelphia group, which
Tamir represents as attorney. The
entire plan will be formalized
when Dr. Dinstein and Teddy Kol-
lek, Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's
representative, sign the final
agreement with Baron Rothschild
and the Philadelphians, in Paris,
early next month.
Fabulous stories relate to
Tamir's career. He was a Herut
leader until eight years ago.
He now hopes to form another
opposition party in Israel. He
was a member of the resistance
movement against the British
obstructionists before the
emergence of the . State of Is-
rael, and he was among those
arrested and sent into exile in
Kenya, East Africa, by the
British authorities.
When he was sent to Kenya,
he was forced to interrupt his
law studies in Jerusalem. He con-

Hyman Safran, former presi-
leader
dent of Shaare

tinued them, however, in Kenya,
and when his classmates were to
take their final exams the British
High Commissioner, Sir Allen
Cunningham, wrote -to the Gov-
ernor of Kenya requesting him
to arrange for Terrorist Tamir to

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take his , exams in absentia, at
the same time they were being
given in Jerusalem.
On May 11, 1948, three days

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before the British pulled out of
Palestine, Ruth Tamir was pre-
sented with her husband's diploma
and certificate admitting him to
the Bar. Three months after Is-
rael's establishment, Tamir was
released from the Kenya prison
where he was in exile for a year
and a half.

Applications for Camp
Jobs with Fresh Air
Society Being Taken

SHMUEL TAMER,

Safran Receives
Marshall Award

Keywell-Purther
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Rites in

The Fresh Air Society of De-
troit is now accepting applica-
tions for all types of camp posi-
tions for the summer of 1961,
announces Alan Schwartz, chair-
man of the Fresh Air Societ
Personnel Committee.
The positions are availab
the Fresh Air Camp at Brig
ton, serving campers 8-101/2, an
at Camp Tamarack at Orton-
\dile, serving campers 11-16.
The positions available are
junior counselors, senior coun-
is of
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all kind
other
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