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May 03, 1963 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-03

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David Goldberg, • general
chairman, and Abraham Bor-
man, chairman of the Detroit
Friends of Yeshiva University,
announced that a committee of
community leaders has been
assembled for the Yeshiva Uni-
versity Ambassador Ball to
take place Sunday, May 26, at
Cobo Hall. The dinner-dance
will honor 30 Detroit Ambassa-
dors, business and professional
men who have enrolled in the

Members of the dinner com-
mittee, still in formation, in-
clude: Philip Ash, Judge Victor
.1. Baum, Samuel Berger, David
I. Berris, Fred Binder, A. How-
ard Bloch, Philip Dubrinsky,
Sol Eisenberg, William Genser,
Dr. Milford Golden, Dr. Jacob
E. Goldman, Jack Greisman,
Max C. Handler, Samuel Hecht-
man, Judge Ira Kaufman, Harry
Korman, Joseph Lee, Jack Lie-
berman, Hyman Lipsitz, Ivan
Ludington, Alfred A. May, Dr.
Harry Newman, Henry Pokart,
D a `NT i d Pollack, David Rosen,
Morey L. Rosenthal, Julius Ro-
tenberg, Samuel Rubiner, Sam-
uel Schreier, Richard S 1 o a n,
'Jack Sylvan, Judge John M.
Wise, Lew Wisper.
More than 1,000 men and wo-
men are expected to attend the
Ambassadors B all. Music for
dancing will be furnished by
the noted bandleader, Vincent

Work-Study Fellowship
in Israel Offered U.S.
Engineering Graduates


Yeshiva University Ambassador
program by contributing $1,000
or more to advance that insti-
tution's educational and scholar-
ship programs.
Joining Goldberg and Bor-
man are honorary chairmen
Frank Angelo, Tom Borman,
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh,
Max M. Fisher, Harvey Patton,
Governor George Romney and
Philip Slomovitz.
John . E. Lurie is co-chairman
of the Detroit Friends and Rob-
ert Brody and Edward C. Levy
are serving as co-chairmen of
the event along with Daniel A.
Laven, treasurer, and Nathan I.
Goldin, secretary.
Benjamin Levinson is Marshal
of the Detroit Ambassadors who
will be honored at the festive
affair. Other Ambassadors in-
clude Samuel Berger, Harry
Biefield, Fred Binder, Abra-
ham Borman, Tom Borman,
Robert Brody, Jack Bushkin,
Jacob Citrin, Irwin I. COhn,
Philip and Reubin Dubrinsky,
Alfred Epstein, Max M. Fisher,
Nathan Freedland, David Gold-
berg, Nathan I. Goldin, Sam
Hechtman and Jack Sylvan, Al
G r e e n, R.D. Halford, Morris
Karbal, Daniel A. Laven, Ed-
ward C. Levy, John E. Lurie,
David Rosen, Emanuel Rosen-
thal, Theodore Schwartz, Max
and Phillip Stollman.
Associate chairmen are: Mor-
ris J. Brandwine, Jack Bushkin,
Irwin I. Cohn, Reuben Dubrin-
sky, Louis M. Elliman, Nathan
Freedland, Joseph Holtzman,
Morris Karbal, Judge Nathan
K. Kaufman, Benjamin Levinson,
Max Stollman, Phillip Stoll-
man. The Rabbinical Committee
consists of Rabbi Hayim Donin,
Chairman; and Rabbis Morris
Adler, Israel Goodman, Israel
Halpern and Samuel Stollman,

Jonas. Dworin Elected
Ahavas Achim President

At the recent 49th annual
meeting of Cong. Ahavas Achim,
Jonas Dworin was unanimous-
ly elected president.
Selected to serve also were
Dr. Manuel Feldman, and San-
ford Gordon, vice-presidents;
Leo Korn and Jerome Ettinger,
secretaries; and Jack M. Kar-
bal, treasurer.
Those elected to fill vacan-
cies on the board of trustees
were Jerry Baker, Norman
Blake, Irving Cane, Harry Es-
kin, Irving Feldman, James J.
Klain, Morris Ben Lewis, Man-
uel Rosenbaum, Alex Ruzum-
na, Samuel Schwartzberg and
Bernard Sukenic.

A work and study fellowship
program for American Univer-
sity graduates in industrial en-
gineering was announced by M.
Gertzberg, a leading manage-
ment consultant in Israel who is
visiting the United States as a
representative of the Commit-
tee on Manpower Opportunities
in Israel.
According to Gertzberg, op-
portunities exist for a large
number of Industrial Engineer-
ing graduates who wish to con-
tinue their education in Israel
and to learn about Israeli in-
dustry and management first-
Interested Industrial Engi-
neering graduates and students
who will receive their degree in
1963 or 1964 are eligible to
submit • applications to Mrs.
Lucy D. Manoff, Committee on
Manpower Opportunities in Is-
rael, 515 Park Avenue, New
York 22, N. Y.

Yeshiva Principals
Hold National Parley

The annual convention of the
National Conference of Yeshiva
Principals will be held May 16-19
at Empire Hotel, Ferndale, N. Y.,
it was announced by Rabbi Jos-
eph Elias of Detroit, national
president of the conference.
Principals of some 200 He-
brew Day Schools in all parts of
the United States and Canada
are expected to attend the three-
day conclave which will include
workshops, seminars, round-table
discussions and plenary sessions
dealing with all phases of pro-
gramming, curricula, instruction
techniques and research in con-
nection with the nearly 300 He-
brew Day Schools throughout the
country which combine a full
program of secular studies with
religious instruction for Jewish
youth from kindergarten through
high schoOl level.

For those in circles close to the of the member-nations of the peaceful use of the atom—so
United States Government who UN were missing from their ac-. he said. But the full impact of
still prefer to believe that Ga- customed poles that usually dec- his government's three-day plan,
mal Abdel Nasser is the friend orate the facade. Instead, only as spelled out a b o v e, came
of democratic and peaceful aims one flag flew, the United Na- through, loud and clear.
in the Middle East, it would tions' own, official flag. It was
There was one other mat-
have been instructive to attend at half-mast.
ter that developed from this
the luncheon with the Egyptian
In the Social Commission, a luncheon conference with
Ambassador to the United Na- subsidiary body of the United Riad. It was very kind of the
Nations Economic and social gentleman, because it became
Tall, bald, quiet-talking Mah- Council, 18 delegates stood si- possible to compare the pre-
moud Riad is as smooth an ar- lent in mourning for a full min- pared statement by Riad with
ticle as has • ever come out of ute, in tribute to the memory another one disseminated re-
any diplomatic training - school of Israel's fallen leader. They cently by the Arab-League of-
in the world. He talks in low, stood at the request of Philippe fice in New York. The two
seemingly reasoned tones. But de Seynes, the UN Undersec- documents were identical. The
despite his skill he revealed a retary for Economic and Social Egyptian Ambassador was the
three-pronged Ekyptian plan for Affairs. He had just delivered voice—but the hands were
the destruction of Israel. He a glowing eulogy in memory of the hands of Esau the Arab
overlooked a fourth section of Ben-Zvi. Note that 18 delega- League.
the plan—which involves the tions stood in that silent trib-
(Announcement was made in
purchase of Soviet arms with ute requested by de Seynes. The Amman this week that Jordan's
Cairo's "own" funds, after re- Social Commission, of which Is- UN Delegate Abdul Muneim Ri-
ceiving more than a half-billion rael is a member, has 21 mem- fai has been assigned the addi-
dollars from the United States. bers, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and tional post as Jordan's represen-
But the three portions of the the Sudan were absent—on pur- tative to the Arab League.)
plan which he acknowledged — pose—because they knew the
perhaps without meaning to do Ben-Zvi tribute was the first
so—are significant enough. They point on the day's agenda.
See the world's largest col-
On that very day, Riad did
1. To use the newly fed- not hesitate to break bread with
lection of exciting custom
hardware, also lighting fix-
erated, enlarged United Arab a large turn-out of UN corre-
tures and wall paneling from
the four corners of the
Republic, including E gyp t, spondents—many of whom are
Syria and Iraq, for the ulti- Jews, working not only for the
mate destruction of Israel.
Jewish press but for the general
2. To use German scientists press as well. And he did not
For your future meetings
we have openings for the
in Egypt for development of hestitate to make his admis-
FALL SEASON. Our excit-
atomic energy and for devel- sions.
ing decorating program—
"Jewels" for your home.
opment of Egypt's home-made
Of course, Riad's manner was
No obligation or solicita-
jet fighters. Part of this ac- full of sweetness and light. He
tion. Call Miss Sharon,
KE 7-1100.
tion calls also for intimida- delivered a long oration on Is-
tion of the German govern. rael's sins of "aggression," and
ment in Bonn, lest the Bonn he went to great pains to insist
_ _CA/ J galleries
Parliament do something that his government's intentions
24200 Telegraph KE 7-1 1 00
about recalling its scientists, are purely pacific. Egypt's in-
Open Mon.-Wed. 8-5; Sat. 8-4
Tues. & Thurs. Eves. 'til 9
many of them ex-Nazis, from tentions regarding atomic en-
the Nasser employment.
3. To use more than 400,-
000 Arab refugees in Jordan
for the overthrow of Jordan's
King Hussein, then to employ
Dexter Chevrolet
these pro-Nasserites for the
For Personalized Service
"return" of "all" the refugees
—they say they are more than
1,000,000 of them—to Israel.
It was ironic that, at the time
Riad was unintentionally reveal-
ing these plans, tributes were
20811 W. 8 MILE
being paid at UN headquarters
to the courage and greatness of
Israel's scholar-statesman, the



Ben Harold, chairman of the
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dish Shule, announced that Mrs.
Harry Mondry was elected chair-
man of the annual project in
connection with the graduation
celebration of the fifth class, to
take place June 18. Mrs. Mondry
just completed chairmanship of
a successful school campaign.

Michigan apples in 1962 were
sold as far south as the gulf
coast, all the way from San
Diego to Nome on the west
coast, airlifted into remote min-
ing and lumber camps in north-
ern Canada, and even exported
to Europe.

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Mrs. Joel Litke has been in-
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Others to take office are Mes-
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1 3 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 3, 1963

Personnel Announced for Yeshiva Plan to Destroy Israel Revealed in Riad's Speech
late President Itzhak Ben-Zvi ergy—being developed by Ger-
University Ambassador Ball May 26 UNITED
NATIONS, N.Y. — In honor of Ben-Zvi, 110 flags man scientists—envisage only

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