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November 01, 1963 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-01

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Shoshana Damari, the young
singing star of "Hill 24 Doesn't
nswer" and "Without a Coun-
try," will be the guest star at
the Israel Bond "Historic Tri-
bute Dinner," next Thursday, 7
p.m., in the Fountain Room of
the Masonic Temple.
Miss Damari is considered
Israel's leading singer. She has
achieved international fame as
a concert performer, a dramatic
artist and a recording star.
Dov Joseph, Minister of Jus-
tice of the State of Israel, and
Governor George Romney will
share the program with Max M.
Fisher, president of the Jewish

Welfare Federation, who will
act as toastmaster.
Dr. Joseph, one of Israel's out-
standing statesmen and legal
authorities, was military gover-
nor of Jerusalem during the
Israel War of Liberation. His
book, "The Faithful City," re-
garded as the definitive account
of the siege, will be on display
at the dinner and purchasers
can have the book autographed.
Dr. Joseph, who was Israel's
first Minister of Development,
also held the posts of Minister
of Supply and Rationing, Com-
merce and Industry and of Min-
ister of Transportation, and was
legal adviser to the political de-

ANOTHER SUPER SPECIAL

t'Y SPITZER'S

partment of the Jewish Agency
prior to the establishment of
the State of Israel. He was born
in Montreal, obtained his law
degree in Canada and settled
in Palestine in 1921 after service
in the Jewish Legion.
Shoshana, daughter of a
Yemenite Rabbi, had a poverty-
stricken childhood. When 12
years old she auditioned at
the Shulamit Dramatic Studio
and later married the studio
director, S. Boshmi. For her
first studio concert at the age
of 14, she had to borrow a
dress from a fellow student
and a pair of shoes from a
second girl. At 16 she was
given the leading role in the
Li-la-lo Music Theater's first
program.
She sang before thousands of
DPs prior to the establishment
of Israel and during the War of
Independence she appeared be-
fore the troops. On her first visit

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Israel Bond Dinner.

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SHOSHANA DAMARI
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ed her as "a first rate interna-
tional artist." One of her great-
est successes was in the Hebrew
opera, "Shulamit." Her record
albums have become interna-
tional successes.
Ten Detroit area congrega-
tions will be awarded plaques
at the Nov. 7 dinner for their
leadership in the Israel Bond
High Holy Day Appeal. The
congregations to be honored
are: Adas Shalom, Bnai David,
Beth Abraham, Ahavas Achim,
Beth Aaron, Bnai M o s h e,
Young Israel of Oak Woods,
Young Israel Northwest, Mish-
ken Israel and Gemilut Chas-
sodim.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will
give the invocation and Rabbi
Samuel H. Prero the Benedic-
tion.
Mrs. Norman Allan will be
Miss Damari's accompanist.
Mrs. Sol Slomovitz will lead
in the singing of the national
anthems, accompanied by Mrs.
Norman Allen.
For dinner reservations, diet-
ary laws observed, call the Israel
Bond Office, DI 1-5707.
* * *
Addressing a leadership din-
ner meeting for Israel Bonds,
Tuesday, at the Jewish Center,

Israel Gives Funds
for Italian Disaster
ROME (JTA ) —Isr a el contrib-
uted $10,000 toward the fund
established in Italy for the aid
of victims of the recent dam
disaster in this country. A check
for the amount was presented
to the Italian government by
Israel's Embassy here.

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The dinner Tuesday was ad-
dressed also by Emma Schaver,
chairman of the Israel Bonds
Women's Division, and Louis
Levitan, manager of the Detroit
Bond office.
Levitan pointed out that the
first kosher-catered dinner held
at Cobo Hall was sponsored by
Israel Bonds three years ago,
when Jack Benny was the guest
speaker. The dinner next Thurs-
day, he said, will be the first
kosher-catered dinner at the Ma-
sonic Temple.
Louis Elliman was announced
as the new vice-chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Committee.
Charles Grosberg was presented
as the year's leading purchaser
and Bond salesman.

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Tom Borman, chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Committee,
strongly urged his co-workers to
make Detroit a $2,000,000-a-year
Bond city.
Announcing that $1,290,000 in
Bonds already have been sold
this year, Borman said that he
and his committee are deter-
mined that sales this year should
go as high as $1,650,000.
"But that won't satisfy us," he
said. "Detroit should and must
become a $2,000,000 a year com-
munity for Israel Bonds and with
your help we'll attain it."
Borman announced that the
sales thus far this year already
exceed all of last year's by
$10,000.
With the sales expected at the
dinner next Thursday, at which
Governor Romney and Israel
Minister of Justice Dov Joseph
will be the speakers, another big
boost is forecast for Bond activi-
ties here.

LI 8-0800

JO 6-3806

5—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Fri day, November 1, 1963

New Goals for Israel Bond Sales Here;
Governor, Dov Joseph at Nov. 7 Dinner

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