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October 25, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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Members of the Detroit Service Group Israel Survey Tour are shown here as they paused
before the auditorium of the Weizmann Institute where scientists from- all over the world are
working on a multitude of problems, including agricultural, biological and chemical. The group
was told that a possible cancer cure is imminent. Pictured, from left, are Dr. William Stoler,
Mrs. Stoler, Dr. Mortimer Levin, David Shenhabi of the Jewish Agency public relations staff,
Mrs. Maurice Winston, Mrs. Julian Phillips, Maurice Winston, Peter Brown, Mrs. Brown, Mrs.
Milton Mahler, Milton Mahler, chairman of the group; Mrs. Ira Kaufman, Milton Weiner, Fed-
eration staff tour director; Ira Kaufman, Dr. John Grekikn, Mrs. Grekikn, Mrs. Frank Vass,
Mrs. Jack Rom and Dr. Jack Rom.

Defender of Holy City to Address
Detroit Israel Bond Dinner Nov. 7

Known as the heroic defender
of Jerusalem when it was under
siege during the Israel War of
Independence, Dr. Dov Joseph,
Minister of Justice of the State
of Israel, will be the guest at
the Israel Bond dinner Thurs-
day, Nov. 7, 7 p.m. in the Foun-
tain Room of Masonic Temple.
Sharing the program will be
Governor George Romney. Max
M. Fisher, president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, will be
toastmaster.
Tom Borman is general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee, sponsor of the af-
fair.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will
give the invocation and Rabbi
Samuel H. Prero will pronounce
the benediction.
Dr. Joseph, one of Israel's out-
standing statesmen and legal
authorities, who was the first
Minister of Development and
has held a number of key cabi-
net posts, served as military
Governor of Jerusalem. His book
"The Faithful City," published
in 1961, is regarded as the defi-
nite account of the siege. He
was born in Montreal, obtained
his law degree in Canada and
settled in Palestine in 1921,
after serving in the Jewish
Legion.
For reservations to the dinner,

* * *

with dietary laws observed, call
DI. 1-5707.
An Israel Bond enlarged
executive board dinner-meeting
will be held Tuesday, Oct. 29,
6:30 p.m., at the Jewish Center.
The purpose of the gathering is
to discuss the progress of the
1963 Israel Bond campaign and
to make final preparations for
the dinner with Dov Joseph.
Copies of Dov Joseph's "Faith-
ful City" will be on display at
the dinner, and the author has
been asked to autograph them
for purchasers or those possess-
ing them.

Women's Division
of Israel Bonds Sets
Toda Raba Luncheon

The Israel Bond Women's Di-
vision will hold its "Toda Raba"
luncheon noon Tuesday at the
Jewish Center, announced Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, chairman.
The affair, climaxing the High
Holy Day cash collection cam-
paign, will honor volunteers and
supporters of Israel Bonds.
Yeheskel Barnea, Consul of
Israel for the Midwest, will be
guest speaker. For reservations
to the kosher luncheon, call DI
1-5707.

Rosenbaum Poetry
Award Announced

Charles Grosbergs
In the current issue of Voices,
1st 'Golden Couple' the literary quarterly published
in Saginaw, the announcement
for Israel Bonds
is made of the annual Isaac

Rosenbaum Poetry Award.
This award of $100 annually
is being made in memory of his
father by Dr. Jean B. Rosen-
baum, local physician who has
distinguished himself with his
poetry and essays.

Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES GROS-
BERG are the first "Golden
Couple" in Michigan by virtue
of their purchase of $100,000
in Israel Bonds this year.
Grosberg, Israel Bond Trustee
chairman, was awarded the
"Golden Trustee" Scroll, along
with Al Borman, dwing the
Israel 15th anniversary dinner
last June by Gen. Chaim Bar-
Lev, chief of Israel's armored
forces. Mrs. Grosberg, the first
woman Golden Trustee in the
state, will be presented with
an award by Dov Joseph, at
the Israel Bond dinner Nov.
in the Masonic Temple.

Jewish Folk Chorus
Opens Membership
Those interested in joining
the Jewish Folk Chorus are in-
vited to attend sessions 8:30 p.m.
Mondays and Thursdays at the
Jewish Music Center, 14968
Schaefer. The chorus features
a program of folk music sung
in English, Yiddish and He-
brew. For information, call Har-
vey Schreibman, GR 4-6412,

Turover Society Plans
Anniversary Event
The Turover Society will hold
a 53rd anniversary dinner dance
6 p.m. Nov. 10 at Imperial En-
terprises. Harry Sosnick, hon-
orary president, recently helped
stage a surprise party in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Korby
on their 35th wedding anniver-
sary. Korby is serving his fourth
term as president.

Art Heyman of
Knicks Quintet
Is Drawing Card

BY HAROLD U. RIBALOW

(Copyright, 1963, JTA, Inc.)

For some reason or other, the
New York Knickerbocker bas-
ketball team, which performs in
the sports capital of the nation,
is usually a very bad club. The
Knicks are opening their 18th
season and they can hardly get
worse than they have been in
recent years. Last year's cam-
paign was horrible. The team
won 21 games and lost 59. In
the first nine years of Knick
history, the boys were some-
what better, for they made the
playoffs every single campaign.
They have been shut out for the
last four races and in each of
these years the Knicks haven't
even won 30 games in one year.
What's wrong? The big man.
In professional basketball you
need a tall, agile man, who can
control the ball, who can give
you leadership, who can stand
the pace of a hard, agonizing
campaign.
They still don't have that big
man, but they have a promising
newcomer in Art Heyman, for-
merly of Oceanside High School
in New York and Duke Univer-
sity. When Art performed in a
pre-season game back at Ocean-
side, more than 1,200 fans jam-
med the High School gym to
see Heyman. Heyman, then,
may be a draw. Of course,
Oceanside is crazier about him
than are other fans. After all,
Art was a Nassau County All-
Scholastic player (he also play-
ed baseball and soccer for
Oceanside High, which won
championships with' him in the
lineup).
Heyman is 22, 6 feet-5 and
weighs 205 pounds. That sounds
big, but it isn't in the play-for-
pay game. Yet last year in col-
lege he scored 747 points in 30
games, which made him the top
scorer in major college ranks.
And in the exhibition games,
Heyman demonstrated that he
can move in fast company.
Whether he can excel against
this competition is another mat-
ter and the next two years will
tell that story.
Incidentally, New York col-
lege teams used to have plenty
of Jewish stars, and the pro
game, too, had a few here and
there. Heyman is the only Jew-
ish player on this year's Knick
team. He will, therefore, be fol-
lowed especially closely by hoop
fans who are in the habit of
cheering for Jewish stars. And
if Heyman makes it big (even
if he isn't a big man), the
Knicks are bound to improve.

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Jewish Leaders
Visit Belgian King
BRUSSELS, (JTA) — K ing
Baudouin received in audience
at the palace Rabbi Robert
Dreyfuss, Chief Rabbi of Bel-
gium and Paul Philippson, pres-
ident of the Central Jewish
Consistory of Belgium. Rabbi
Dreyfuss is the first Chief Rab-
bi of Belgium since the death
in a Nazi concentration camp
in 1942 of Rabbi Joseph Wiener.
He was appointed last June.

Center Exhibits
`Flylozoists' Work
Hylozoists, a group of 12 con-
temporary Michigan artists, are
exhibiting painting and sculp-
ture at the Jewish Center
through Tuesday.
Most of the works are done
with acrylic resins and addi-
tives from sand to old machine
parts.
The artists include Miriam
Aston, Sidney Carus, Vivien
Cooper, Ann Dann, Winifred
Klarin, Emil Lederer and Gil-
bert Golaner.

Konheinz-jacob.s-
Troth Announced

MISS RAE KONHEIM

Mrs. David Konheim of Stans-
bury Ave. announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Rae
Jean, to Max Milton Jacobs, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobs
of Mark Twain Ave.
The bride-elect is a junior at
Wayne State University and is
affiliated with Iota Alpha Pi
sorority. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of the Wayne State Col-
lege of Pharmacy and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Zeta Omega phar-
maceutical fraternity. A Dec. 22
wedding is planned.

EN
JAMES
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Israeli Wins Medal
of Architects Assn.
MEXICO CITY, (JTA) — Is-
rael's contemporary town and
neighborhood planning became
one of the leading subjects of
the Conference of the Interna-
tional Architects Association
held in Mexico City at which
Aryeh Sharon, head of the Is-
rael delegation, was awarded a
gold medal in recognition of out-
standing architectural achieve-
ment. He was also elected to
the world executive of the As-
sociation.

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Cancer Cure Imminent, Detroit Service
Group Israel Survey Tour Members Told

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