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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 26, 1961

Reuther Confers with Ben-Gurion

Shoshana Damari to Be Guest Star
at Israel Bond Dinner on June 8

.

Shoshana Damari, "the Yem-
enite Songbird," is returning to
the United States after a num-
ber of years' absence and will
make one of her first appear-
ances in America at the Israel
Bar Mitzvah banquet here June
8 at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The entire Detroit Jewish com-
munity is invited to the celebra-
tion, which highlights the 1961
Bond campaign.

WALTER REUTHER, president of UAW, is shown with
Israeli Premier DAVID BEN-GURION, at the dedication re-
cently of the youth hostel at Holon, south of Tel Aviv, bearing
Reuther's name. The labor leader conferred with Ben-Gurion
for two hours. Reuther will be honored as "The Labor Man of
the Decade" at a Detroit Israel Bond Committee testimonial
dinner here June 21.

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'Labor Man of Decade'

National Figures Will Head Israel
Testimonial in Detroit for Reuther

Mrs. Franklin Delano Roose-
velt and Senator Herbert H.
Lehman will be co-chairmen of
the "Labor Man of the Decade"
testimonial dinner for Walter
P. Reuther to be held June 21
in the Fountain ballroom of the
Masonic Temple.
Reuther, president of the
United Auto Workers and vice
president of the AFL-CIO, will
be honored in Detroit as "The
'Labor Man of the Decade" by
the State of Israel through the
Detroit Israel' Bond Committee.

Ambassador Ehud , Avriel,
deputy director-general of the
Israeli Foreign Office, the
first Israeli minister to Czecho-
slovakia, Ghana and the Bel-
gian Congo, and former di-
rector-general of the Prime
Minister's Office, will present
the award to Reuther.

Reuther attended the dedi-
cation of the Reuther Youth
Hostel at Holon, near Tel-Aviv,
Israel, on May 13.
The support of millions of
Americans for the people of
Israel was pledged by Reuther.
He said that Israel and the
Histadrut, Israel's labor federa-
tion, 'are, in the eyes of the free
world, an example of what could
be achieved by a people moti-
vated by the will for peace.

Emil Mazey, secretary-treas-
urer of the UAW; Gus
Scholle, president of the Mich-
igan State AFL-CIO; and Al

Barbour, head of the Wayne
County AFL-CIO Council, are
co-chairmen of the Michigan
Host Committee which is
planning the testimonial to
Reuther here.

Members of the host commit-
tee include U. S. Senators Pat-
rick V. McNamara and Phillip
Hart, Governor John B. Swain-
son, State Supreme Court Jus-
tice George Edwards and •Cir-
cuit Judge Nathan J. Kaufman.
A partial list of the commit-
tee follows:

Dr. Morris Adler, Mayor Miriani,
Elmer Albrecht, Torn Borman, in-
coming chairman of Detroit Israel
Bond Committee; Curtis Bumba-
lough, Councilman Ed Carey, Avern
Cohn, Councilman Ed Connor, Rich-
ard Cordtz, president BSCIU, Local
79; Rev. Henry Hitt Crane, Dan Dia-
mond, Supreme Court Judge George
Edwards, Fred Farnum, Doug Fra-
ser, Alex Fuller, vice president
Wayne County AFL-CIO; Pat Great-
house, 'UAW vice president; Barney
Hopkins, William Marshall, execu-
tive vice president, Michigan State
AFL-CIO; Norman Matthews, vice
president, UAW; George Merrelli,
co-director, UAW Regional; Ken
Morris, co-director, UAW Region 1;
Charles Morrow, president, Sheet
Metal Workers Local 105; Judge
George Murphy, Joseph McCusker,
co-director, UAW Region 1A; An-
drew McFarlane, Tom McNamara of
the Building Trades Council; Mike
Novak. vice president, Wayne Coun-
ty AFL-CIO; Martin O'Dell. • Max
Osnos, Councilman William T. Pat-
rick, Jr.; E. S. Patterson, UAW re-
ginoal director; Robert Pruitt. presi-
dent, Council 77; Kenneth Robinson,
gional director; Robert Pruitt. presi-
regional , director; Morris Spitzer,
Lou Streho, Adam White, John F.
Williams, Stanley Winkelman, Mrs.
Myra Wolfgang, Earl Wolfman, Leon-
ard Woodcock and Charles G.
Younglove.

Beth Abraham Presidential Toast
Set for June 6 for Israel Bonds

Congregation Beth Abraham
will honor its four living presi-
dents at its "Presidential Toast
to Israel Bar Mitzvah Celebra-
tion" to be held at 6:30 p.m.
June 6, in the social hall of the
synagogue. •
The four to be honored are:
Henry Pokart, president, and
Louis Ellenbogen, Morris Mohr
and Ben W. Siegal, past presi-
dents.
The celebr-
grega-
tional affa . , in the for of a
dinner a • d entertainment, will
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William A. Genser, vice presi-
dent, where plans for the presi-
dential toast were discussed.
Recognition also will be .given
to all the present and past living
presidents of the affiliates—
Men's Club, Sisterhood, Galician
Society and its Ladies Auxiliary
and the Beth Abraham Free Loan
Society. ,

Those getting recognition will in-
clude: Men's Club, Morris Davis,
president; Meyer Lullove, incoming
president; Joseph Viedrah, P. W.
Opperer, Judge Kaufman, David
Bussey, Louis Koretz, Dr. Robert
Schiaff, Julius Perry, Herman
Rader, Irving Michaels, past presi-
dents. Galician Society — Sam
Kaufer, president; Sol Winter, Irv-
ing Adler, Henry Fenster, Morris
Indianer, Morris Goldsmith, William
Genser, Elias Wolf, past presidents.
Sisterhood — Mesdames Isadore Sing-
er, president; Hy Crystal, incoming
president; Louis Ellenbogen, Sam
Goldman, Nathan Kaufman, Harry
Ribiat, Isaac Tennenhouse, Edward
Rice, Oscar Bank, Isadore Singer, past
presidents. Ladies Auxiliary: Galician
Society — George Wauldron, presi-
dent; Isadore Singer, Harry Goldberg,
past presidents. Free loan Associa-
tion—Ben Burg, president; Herman
Franzblau, Morris Indianer, past presi-
dents.

HENRY EDWARD SCHULTZ,

national chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, will be awarded the hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Hu-
manities at ceremonies May
29 at West Virginia State Col-
lege, located at Instittue, W. Va.

n will b
stalled
chairman o
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The guest of honor will be
Admiral Yochai Bin-Nun, Is-
raeli naval hero, now com-
mander-in-chik of the Israel
Navy.

Miss Damari performed for
troops during the Sinai campaign
and starred in two well-known
movies, "Hill 24 Doesn't An-
swer" and "Without a Country."
Her own career has been more
exciting than any of the roles
she has portrayed on the screen.
Still a young woman, she has
achieved world-wide fame as a
concert singer, a dramatic actress
and as a recording star.
Her youth was plagued by
poverty, illness and f a mily
tragedy. When 18 years of age
she traveled to Tel Aviv to audi-
tion at the Shulamith
Studio and her prof
ca-
reer as actress an.
A few years
:r she married
the studio
ct who had audi-
tioned he
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the col
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t ching.
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cert at the age of 1.4
had
borrow a dress and s s from
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in the Li-
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Music T
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