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October 20, 1961 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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Beth Yehudah
Dinner-Show Has
500 Reservations

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah's
dinner and show committee re-
ported that 500 reservations al-
ready have been filled for the
annual event to be held at the
Latin Quarter on Oct. 29. '-
Morris K a r b a 1, executive
chairman, stated that this num-
ber is only 100 short of last
year's attendance of 600.
Karbal said,
"Our annual
dinner has al-
: ways attracted
top attend-
ance, and en-
tirely too
much depends
on its success
for us to al-
low it to fail.
In the remain-
ing week we
must put the
goal over the
top.
Karbal
"If workers will proceed to
confirm outstanding reserva-
tions, our success will be as-
sured. We especially appeal to
those holding tickets who have
not turned in their reservation
stubs. It is essential that they
do so at once."
Karbal said reservations can
be conirfmed by calling the
Yeshivah office, WE 1-0203.
Daniel Laven, general chair-
man, reported that George De-
Witt's appearance on the pro-
gram—his first in Detroit—has
met with much enthusiasm.

Allied Drive Collection Effort Spurs Big Response

Leonard N. Simons, chairman gaining momentum every day."
Simons reported that the
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's all-out effort to convert Allied Jewish Campaign's most
Allied Jewish Campaign pledges able and devoted workers are
into cash, reports that $177,898 coming forward to work in the
of the million dollar goal that cash collection drive. He an-
must be reached by Dec. 10 nounced that the cash collec-
was paid in the first 12 days tion committee includes: Sam-
uel Belkin, Louis Berry, Louis
of October.
"This is more than double C. Blumberg, Abraham Borman,
the $87,000 collected in the Tom Borman, Morris H. Brown,
same 12 days in 1960 and just Jacob A. Citrin, Avern L. Cohn,
slightly below the $15,000 we Irwin I. Cohn, Sol Eisenberg,
must have every day of the Max M. Fisher, Harvey H. Gold-
week if we are to achieve our man, Irwin Green, Joseph Holtz-
million dollar goal," Simons man, Arthur Howard, Sidney J.
said. "My co-chairman, Jason Karbel, Abe Kasle, George D.
Honigman, and I are extremely , Keil, George R. Klein, Daniel
gratified at the response to this A. Laven, Jack 0. Lefton, Mil-
special appeal. We are off to a ton K. Mahler, Lewis H. Man-
wonderful start and' we are ning, Milton J. Miller, Harold

Dublin Mayor Will Speak at Israel
Bond Event Marking B-G's Birthday

Robert Briscoe, now serving
his second term as Lord Mayor
of Dublin, will be the guest
speaker at the community-wide
celebration here to mark the
75th birthday celebration of
Israel Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, it was announced
by Tom Borman, general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Organization.
The dinner will be held Nov
18 in the 'grand ballroom of t
Statler Hilton Hotel. Entertai
ment will be provided for t
dinner-rally, which will hig
light the fall Israel Bond Ca
paign.
Dublin's first Jewish Lord
Don't brag. It isn't the whistle Mayor, Briscoe was recently
elected to his second term. He
that pulls the train.

has been one of Ireland's o
standing leaders since its
lishment as an indepe
tion. He has bee
the Irish
since 19
whole Detroit Jewish
Th
unity will pay tribute to
CO
-Gurion as "pioneer, tiller
the soil, f unding fath
he State of rae
champion of
Jewish peop
Prime Minis
democracy o
said.

ntil
Don't call a tree a tr
11 and
t least eight fe •
er—before
s in •
tw
that it

A. Robinson , Leslie Rose, Mau- •
rice Schiller, Richard Sloan,
Phillip Stollman, A. Alfr
Taubman, Paul Zucker
eceiv
The committee h
s
pay
assurances that m
of large sums w h tak time
be made in
to arrange wo
period.
the next ten-d
Simons urg those who a
paying
accustomed
Cam
Allied Jewi
pledges nea the end
year to adva e their pay nt
join
days a
schedule by
h collection e -
in the great
fort.
ent to
"We have a co
our member agencies in De-
troit and our national benefici-
aries to provide the funds we
have pledged so that they can
continue their essential pro-
grams in the fields of health
and welfare, education, Jewish
culture and community rela-
tions," Simons said "Our corn-
shares with Israel a
commitment to the
sense
efforts to help
continuin
thousands of im-
hundreds
Israel to become
migrants

self-sufficient citizens, as well
as helping hundreds of thou-
Jews in 26 coun-
ds
srael living
t • side •
der conditions o overty and
stress to survive a to become
rehabilitated. "W out Cash,
for nearly
aid progr
people • Israel would
o a hal
urged those un-
e payment in full
e to make the largest
possible.

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Furniture Made
Like New. Cig-
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-

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JOHNNY LEBOW

Invites His Friends and Customers to See

THE NEW CHEVROLET FOR '62

P.S. Our Service Department
is now open to midnight!

KELLY

CHEVROLET

18045 LIVERNOIS

UN 3-7000

OF B ariTsfs

Beth Yehudah News

Beth Yehudah Schools, Dexter at Sturtevant

Vol. 9, No. 2

.

October 20, 1961

ONE WEEK TO PUT DINNER OVER TOP

REMEMBER THE DATE - SUNDAY OCT. 29th AT THE LATIN QUARTER

Dave Goldberg Says:

AN

OPEN
LETTER

From DANIEL A. LAVEN
Chairman

The Detroit Jewish Community is a generous Com-
munity. We think' Detroiters are the nicest people. This
is borne out by the ready response to every cause of merit.

One thousand Jewish children, Detroit children, look
to Beth Yehudah Schools for their religious- training and
education. We dare not let them down; They depend on
the success of this affair !

There is just one week left to put the dinner over
the top. If you have not yet confirmed your reservations
send in your stubs right now !

If you have not received tickets call for reservations,
WE 1-0203, right now !

eWITT

Before enga
Beth Yehudah's
berg, Commit
in the enter
"As good
you boo
opinion."

The
GEORGE

entertainer for
ow, David Gold-
calls to his friends
hether DeWitt is
After all," he said,
and we value your

the point, "DON'T MISS
nt on to say that DeWitt
everest, deepest and sharpest
the United States. A sensation
a udience pleaser, "And alive; always
alive."

Beth Yehudah's Annual Dinner-Show,
on October 29th, will be George DeWitt's
first appearance in Detroit. Don't miss this opportunity
to see his act, one which will be long remembered, and
long talked about.

DON'T MISS DeWITT!
FOR RESERVATIONS, WE 1-0203

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