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May 10, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 10, 1963 — 16

Israeli Consul Judith Beilin Will
Address Bonds Tribute to Mazey

Tencer-Schor
Engagement Told

Palestine at one of their darkest
.
hours.
From 1938 . to 1951, the Beilins
participated in every phase of
the struggle for the establish-
ment and development of Israel.
Judith Beilin was active in the
Haganah (the -Jewish defense
force) and in the founding of
new settlements. She was also
on the staff • of the Palestine
Broadcasting Service as actress,
producer and newscaster and
worked for the underground
radio station of Haganah.
Her husband, at the time of
his death in 1959, was chief of
protocol for Israel's foreign min-
istry and was the Israeli envoy
to Denmark.
MISS ELAINE TENCER
Mrs. Beilin has a daughter,
22, who achieved the rank of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tencer
lieutenant in the Women's Army of Oak Park announce the en-
of ISrael.
gagement of their daughter,
Elaine Joyce, to Dr. Allen David
of North Bergen, N.J., son
Richard Luby to Solo Schor
of Mrs. Fannie Schor and the
late Counselor of • Law Charles
With Allen Park
Schor.
Symphony Orchestra
The bride-elect is a junior at
Richard Luby, former student Wayne State University. Dr.
of Mischa Mischakoff, will be Schor is a graduate of Temple
guest violin soloist with t h e University School of Podiatry. A
Allen Park Symphony Orchestra 1964 wedding has been planned.
7 p.m. Sunday at Melvindale
High School.
Yiddish Sons of Erin
When a stu-
dent of Mis- Share Ties of Land
chakoff, Rich-
Tradition, Legend
ard had many
A link to tradition and the
notable p e r-
formances a s land of their birth, coupled
violin soloist with belief in a little known
with such legend, are the ties that bind
groups as the the Loyal League of Yiddish
Center Symph- Sons of Erin.
The group of Irish born
ony, the Cass
Luby Tech Symph- Jews in the United States has
ony, the Scandanavian attracted even more interest
Symphon y, the Chautauqua, with the recent story in an
New York Symphony and the Irish newspaper that the
Northern Michigan Symphony prophet Jeremiah and his dis-
Orchestra. He is former con- ciple, • Baruch, visited Ireland
certmaster of the Cass and Chau- in 580 B.C.
Irish legend also has it, the
tauqua student symphony orches-
tras and assistant concertmaster story relate s, that certain
phases in history linked the
of the Center Symphony.
Presently, Richard is studying Irish with the 10 lost tribes
violin in New York City with of Israel. The first permanent
Ivan Galamian, head of t h e Jewish settlement was estab-
violin department at Julliard lished there in 1232. Cork
•so ■ -n.amernamoamaarolowe ■o■ o.....o.m1
School of Music. With the Allen County records show a flourish-
ing Jewish community only as
I Park Symphony, he will play the early as the 18th century.
Dinner at DARBY'S
Vieuxtemps
Violin
Concerto
No.
is a real treat I
Lord Robert Briscoe, Jewish
4 D Minor.
Lord Mayor of Dublin, is an

Judith Beilin, Consul of Israel
in New York. will represent the
State of Israel
at the Emil
Mazey Tribute
dinner Thurs-
day, May 23, 7
p.m. in the
Veterans Me-
morial Build-
ing.
The dinner
is sponsored by
'trade union di-
vision of the
Israel Bond
Judith Beilin Organization.
Mazey is being honored as a
labor pioneer and friend of Is-
rael.
Speakers at the dinner, be-
sides Consul Beilin, will - be Wal-
ter P. Reuther, president of the
UAW and vice president, AFL-
CIO, and Rabbi Morris Adler,
chairman of the UAW public re-
view board. Mayor Jerome P.
Cavanagh will bring greetings
on behalf of the city. Al Bar-
bour, president of the Wayne
County AFL-CIO Council, will
be the toastmaster.
Dinner co-chairmen are Bar-
bour, August Scholle, - president,
Michigan State AFL-CIO; Wil-
liam C. Marshall, executive vice-
president, Michigan State AFL-
CIO and Barney Hopkins, secre-
tary-treasurer, Michigan AFL-
CIO.
For reservations write or call
the Mazey Dinner Committee,
8522 W..McNichols, DI 1-5714.
Prior to her appointment as
Consul, Mrs. Beilin served as
liaison officer for the Israel
Foreign Ministry at the Eich-
mann trial.
In 1938, when Hitler seized
A u s t rata and Czecho-Slovakia;
Judy Turner, the only child of
an aristocratic Anglo-Christian
family,. came to Palestine to
marry Harry Beilin, an ardent
Zionist, whom she had met in
Liverpool.
The beautiful, blonde Judy
was forsaking a promising
career as an actress, to bind her-
self to the fate of the Jews in

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