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November 09, 1962 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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Grosbergs to Head Eban Reception;'
Israel Bond Leaders Plan Tribute

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gros-
berg will head the reception
committee for Abba Eban, Is-
rael Minister of Education, Nov.
26 when Eban will be guest
of honor at a tribute dinner in
Cobo Hall.
The. Grosbergs will greet
Eban on his arrival at the
airport and will escort him to
the dinner. -Grosberg is chair-
man of Trustees of Israel.
Rabbi Jacob 'E. Segal, spir-
itual leader of Adas Shalom
Synagogue, will introduce Eban
at the dinner, it was announced
by Tom Borman, general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee which is sponsoring
the affair, the highlight of the
1962 Israel Bond campaign.
This will be Eban's first
return visit to Detroit since
he left Washington in 1959
to join Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion's cabinet. Eban
served as Israel's Ambassador
to the United States for nine
years and as head of Israel's
permanent delegation to the
United Nations for 11 years,
where he earned recognition
as "The Voice of Israel."
Eban took a major part in the
launching of the first Israel
Bond issue in May of 1951.
Eban, who is also president of
the Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence at Rehovoth, is arriving
in the United States this week
for a tour of major cities on
behalf of the Israel Bond drive.
His participation is expected to
have a decisive effect on the re-
sults of the campaign.
A special souvenir folio con-
taining' the names of all those
who purchase Israel Bonds in
honor of Abba Eban will be pre-
sented to the Israeli statesman
as a memento of his visit here
on Nov. 26.
For reservations to the din-
ner, call the Israel Bond Office,
DI 1-5707. Dietary laws will be
observed.
An Israel Bond Leader.
ship dinner-meeting will be
held 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Holiday Manor in Oak
Park, it was announced by
Tom Borman, general chair-
man of the Detroit ISr a el
Bond Committee.
Final plans and preparations
for the Abba Eban tribute
dinner will be discussed and
formulated.
The Israel Bond Women's
Division will sponsor a contin-
ental breakfast and meeting 10
a.m., wednesday, at the Holiday
Manor, 23029 Coolidge, Oak
Park. Prospect cards will be
distributed and plans will be
made for the women volunteers'
participation in assuring the
success of the Abba E b an
Dinner.

Ladies Garment Union
to Establish Histadrut
Youth Center in Israel

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
International Ladies' Garment
Workers Union announced a
$100,000 contribution for the
construction of a Histadrut
Youth Center in Israel, to be
named after the late Isadore
Nagler, a vice-president of the
union and former manager of
its Cloak Joint Board.
Following the announcement,
President David Dubinsky pres-
ented the first payment, of
$50,000, to Isaiah Avrech, repre-
sentative of the Histadrut
executive council in the United
States.

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U.S. Will Conduct
Research on Heart
Diseases in Israel



Mr. and Mrs. Grosberg

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — A grant of
$166,666 was announced here
Tuesday from the U.S. Health
Institute in Bethesda, Md., for
a survey of hypertension and
coronary diseases.
The project will be carried
out over a 16-month period on
a group of 10,000 civil servants
and municipal workers in Is-
rael. It will be directed by
Israeli physicians and two
American doctors, Thomas Dub-
lin and Jack Medalie, both of
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Memorial Events in Many Nations
Mark Death of Chaim Weizmann

Among the speakers in the
REHOVOT, Israel, (JTA) —
More than 5,000 Israelis and ceremonies were Moshe Sharett,
overseas guests assembled here chairman of the Jewish Agency
this week at Yad Chaim Weiz- executive, leaders of several of
mann Memorial Square to pay the Israeli political parties, as
solemn tribute to the memory well as officials of the Weiz-
of Israel's first President. Ac- man Institute of Science.
*
*
cording to the Hebrew calendar,
Dr. Weizmann's death occurred
NEW YORK. (JTA) — The
exactly 10 years ago this week. American Zionist. Council has
The principal speaker at the designated the month of No-
ceremony was Dr. Weizmann's vember as "Weizmann Month,"
successor, President Ben-Zvi, during which Zionists through-
who told the assemblage that out the United States will com-
the importance of the ceremony memorate the 10th anniversary
was not in the fact that a dec- of the death of Chaim Weiz-
ade had passed since Dr. Weiz- mann.
mann's death, but the fact that A special memorial meeting
"we continue to follow his to be held here Sunday will be
ideals and to live under his in- addressed by American Zionist
fluence." leaders. including Louis Lipsky,
Calling Dr. Weizmann "the dean of American Zionists and
symbol of the Jewish nation," lifelong friend of Dr. Weiz-
the President-added that he was mann; Rabbi Miller, Shlomo Ar-
adding to the two crowns worn goy, Israel Consul and director
by Dr. Weizmann—the Crown of the Israel Office of Informa-
of Torah and the Crown of tion; and Mrs. Lola Kramarsky,
Kingdom—"the third Cross of national president of Hadassah.
* * *
the Jewish Nation throughout
the world."
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) —
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, pres-
The 10th anniversary of the
ident of the World Zionist
death of Chaim Weizmann
Organization, who was chair-
was observed here at a public
meeting at the Buenos Aires
man of the proceedings, paid
tribute to Dr. Weizmann's
Opera, the largest theatre in
the city, which was filled to
statesmanship and political
capacity. Speakers included
achievements. Jan Peerce, the
Emilio Gutkin, chairman of
American artist, chanted the
the Argentine Zionist Organi-
"El Mole Rabanim," and "Ra-
zation; Baruch Duydevany, of
chael Mevaka Baneha," ac-
the Jewish Agency; Israel
companied by the Israel Phil-
Ambassador Yosef Avidar;
harmonic. Lights in the
and Professor Nelida Baigor-
square were dimmed as 10
ria, a member of partliament.
torches were lighted.
Opening t h e countrywide
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Two
Weizmann commemorative serv-
ices, eight scientists statesmen gold memorial coins issued by-
and public figures were award- the Bank of Israel on the oc-
ed Honorary Fellowships by casion of the tenth anniversary
the Weizmann Institute of Sci- of the death of Dr. Chaim Weiz-
ence here. They were: Dr. Vera mann were presented to Pres-
Weizmann; Dr. Saul Adler pro- ident Ben-Zvi by David Horo-
fessor of parisatology at Hebrew witz, Governor of the Bank. The
University; Professor Carl J. tenth anniversary of the passing
Purkhardt modern history au- of Israel's first President being
thority; Dr. Goldmann; Hein- observed with a variety of me-
rich G. Ritzel member of the morial events in many coun-
West German Parliament; Lord tries.
Rotschild; Harry Sacher, pio-
neer British Zionist leader; and
Professor Victor F. Weisskopf,
director-general of the Europe-
an Organization for Nuclear Re-
search.
The award to Ritzel, a rare
one from Israel to a German
national, evoked a spontaneous
wave of applause when it was
announced. He was described as
a friend of Israel and of the
Weizmann Institute.
* *
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Five
hundred veteran Zionists, in-
cluding Clara Schechter, who
had attended the first World
Zionist Congress at Basle in
1897, made a pilgrimage to the
grave of the late Dr. Chaim
Weizmann at Rehovot.
Solemn graveside ceremonies
marked the tenth anniversary
of the death of Dr. Weizmann.
Among the pilgrims were also
two Zionists who had attended
the Sixth Congress at which the
late Dr. Theodor Herzl formally
launched the proposal for estab-
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