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March 06, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-06

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Friday, March 6, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-30

George Jessel Will Take Stage
at Hadassah's Eye Bank Party

George Jessel, "toastmaster
general," as he was dubbed by
former President Harry S. Tru-
man, will be guest performer at
the Detroit Chapter, Hadassah,
Eye Bank Party Tuesday at
Temple Israel.
Starting with a "Picadilly
Cocktail Party" at 12:15 p.m.,
the event also will feature the
"Hadassah Singing N u r s e s."
Prizes, including two free one-
year Vic Tanny memberships,
will be awarded.
All contributors attending
this party in their honor will
be given a one-week free Vic
Tanny membership.
Jessel, who has been acting

Mink-Kaplan Rites Red Mogen David Israel First-Aid Service
Planned in August to Hold Open House for U.S. Tourists

as "goodwill ambassador" for
the state of Israel since 1953,
has spoken in over 100 cities
yearly. The actor-author-pro-
ducer-speaker alSo appears on
television.
One filled eye-bank or an
equivalent donation is the ad-
mission contribution, according
to Mrs. Sol J. Schwartz and Mrs.
Richard Kamil, chairman. Each
contribution will buy medication
to restore the sight of one eye
to an Israeli afflicted with tra-
coma.
Hostesses for the event are
i\Iesdames Samuel Albert,

MISS LINDA FRANK

`Israel on $5 a
Day'-Impressive
Tourist Guide

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cous-
ins of Westhampton Rd. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Linda Frank, to Da-
vid Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Kaplan of West Outer Dr.
An August wedding is
planned.

Summer visitors to Israel who initiative the present nation-
need an aspirin, a band aid or wide service has developed.
more extensive medical help will
The first of the U.S. groups
find 200 doctors, 6,000 first-
to visit MRA will leave New
aiders, 150 ambulances and 70
York May 12, and others will
aid stations at their disposal.
follow on July 28 and Aug. 2nd.
Mogen David Adorn (MDA) The groups, open to members,
Israel's national emergency and
first-aid service, has put into ef- friends and supporters, will also
visit some of the European cap-
fect a special tourist health pro-
itals as well as participate in
gram as part of its 35th anni-
trips inside Israel itself.
versary plans.
For information, write Mogen
MDA has declared open house
for tourists and visitors from Dovid, 50 W. 57th, New York 19.
The May 12 group will fly to
the United States on the occa-
sion of the anniversary, and a Israel where it will spend 12
series of special trips is being days and then proceed to Rome,
organized. American Red Mogen Florence, Venice, Milan, Nice,
David for Israel, is MDA's sup- Lyon and Paris before returning
ply and support wing and is to New York. A July group will
headed by Congressman Eman- also go directly to Israel and
uel Celler.
return via Greece, while another
Arrangements in Israel and July 28th departure will come
the special tours from the home after touring Sweden,
United States are part of Denmark and Norway. Other
world-wide celebrations to groups visiting Israel and Eur-
mark the 35th anniversary of ope will leave July 5 and Aug. 2.
the founding of MDA in the
midst of Arab riots in 1929.
At that time, a small group
of doctors and nurses decided
that a first-aid group had to
BUT, see the difference
be established for the victims
Trained Virginia Farrell
of the disturbances. From that
graduates
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Joel Lieber maintains that
"Israel can be numbered among
the ten-or-so least expensive
civilized countries for vacations
and tours."
In "Israel on $5 a Day," a
most enlightening paperback
published by Artrur Frommer
(80 4th Ave., NY 3), Lieber
BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S
M
states that Israel "is surprising-
CLUB will conclude its series
ly well-endowed with clean se-
HAIR FASHIONS
GEORGE JESSEL
of Sunday morning Breakfast
cond and third class hotels, with
10433
W. McNichols
MIKE GREEN'S
restaurants at which it's hard George Carson, Allen Charlip, Forums 10:00 a.m. Sunday at
Between Birwood and Mendota
the
synagogue,
Philip
Slomovitz,
MUSIC
4c
to spend more than $1 for meals. Harry C. Gellman, Morris Gould,
editor of The Jewish News, will
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with seaside resorts that were Sherman Hershman, Jack Keyn,
be guest speaker, and Dr. Harry ''4********************$.
S
specifically designed for the Sheldon
Klein, Samuel Miller,
Newman, president of the con-
budget tourist, and even with Joseph Starman and Morris L.
gregation, will preside as chair-
BERNARD H.
farm communities ('kibbutzim') Botwin.
man. Slomovitz will speak on
Candid Photography
at which you can sometimes
"The Public Relations Dilem-
stay free!"
KE 1-8196
'Imperial Germany— ma." All forum participants may
Lieber, whose valuable
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
join the "Second Minyan" at
book contains a helpful He- Birth of Republic'
9:15 a.m., conducted by mem-
ASK ABOUT OUR COMBINATION SPECIAL
brew glossary with important
'Imperial Germany—The bers of the Teffilin Club, prior
words and phrases that can be
to
the
breakfast
and
lecture,
ac-
Birth of the German Republic-
HOWARD H.
very useful to the tourist, and
Motion Pictures
1871-1918" by Arthur Rosen- cording to Men's Club president,
is assisted by Sylvia Lieber,
berg, translated from the Ger- Ed Rice and forum Chairman
who wrote a fine chapter on
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man by Ian F. D. Morrow, pub- Henry Thumin.
"Packing a n d Shopping,"
*
*
lished by Beacon Press, Boston,
points to Israel as "a country
is an historical account of the
MOSAIC LODGE, F. & A. M.,
for the young in heart and in
period that preceded Nazism by will see a film on Project Hope
spirit," and he advises the pro-
All Young Men
a sufficient number of years to narrated by Dr. Herbert Bloom
spective tourist: "If you'll
cause
it
to
eliminate
the
basic
at
a
dinner
6:30
p.m.
March
18
6 to 60
enter into that spirit of youth,
Nazi outbursts that followed a in the Colonnade Room, Ma-
disdaining the conventional
See
Us!!
decade later.
sonic Temple. Honorees will be
. habits of luxury travel, you'll
Elegant
B
a r Mitzvah
As history it offers much data Morris Watnick, senior deacon,
come away from Israel with
Suits With the Royal
regarding the period before and and Paul Axelrad, junior dea-
Fit.
spiritual riches that are rarely during World War I. Regretta- con. For reservations, call Ben
obtained."
bly, it does not treat the subject Sussman, TO 8-2909.
His "Israel on $5 a Day" is a of anti-Semitism, which
* * *
- certain-
IRV
splendid guide book. It suggests
ly had its roots in Germany long
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB
what to do, where to go, what
before
Hitler.
It
covers
an
era
will hold its seventh, and con-
Charge Accounts
to see, what books to read.
before Rathenau and the years cluding, lecture-brunch of the
Invited
Lieber takes his readers to
of strife and assassinations, and winter series 11 a.m. Sunday at
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, the therefore it could not have
KE 3-4310
dealt
Negev, the Galilee, and he has with them. But as history
it the synagogue. Rabbi Hayim
SEVEN MILE AT EVERGREEN
suggestions "for the offbeatnik" has sufficient merit to be read Donin will speak on "Current
Issues
in
Jewish
Education".
—on hitchhiking, remote sights, in relation to present day his-
Guests invited.
camping, etc. tory.
* * *
As a guide, Lieber's book por-
vides assistance to the vacation-
RHO PI PHI PHARMACEU-
ists in planning travel to Israel Center Camera Club
TICAL FRATERNITY, Detroit
The
Center
Camera
Club
will Alumni Chapter, will host the
as well as within Israel. It sug-
gests the low rate fares and the meet Monday, 8:15 p.m., in room Midwest Regional Conference
available means and methods of 136 of the Jewish Center. There March 14-15 at the Statler-Hil-
1. Delicious taste! Not carbonated, not laxative, virtually
w
transportation to and from and will
be a print competition in ton Hotel. Delegates from the
salt free—you'll agree that Mountain Valley Water is the
black
and
white,
covering
reli-
inside Israel.
Midwest and' other parts of the
perfect water to drink.
Lieber wisely selected the gious Media; reflections and United States and Canada are
2. Safe—and pure. No chlorine or other chemical is added.
expected to attend.
noteworthy historic areas to general.
Mountain Valley Water may be token whenever any
be seen, the roads to be cov-
liquid may be consumed.
ered, the museums to be seen,
3. Beneficial for health. Ask your doctor how 6 to 8 glasses
the archaeological findings for
daily for 8 or more weeks helps to promote the best pos-
sible health.
which to be on the lookout.
There are maps that serve as
Home Delivery—
guides and there is historical
PHONE LO 7-0178
For All Occasions
WRITE 3343 Grotiot
data to become acquainted with.
Ask for Free Booklet
Detroit 7, Michigan
"Israel on $5 a Day" is a good
Reasonable Rates
and an interesting book. It will
serve a most useful purpose in
Call AL SCHILLER
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rom HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS
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SUNDAY, MARCH 15th, 11 A.M.

Guest Speaker:

DR. WILLIAM LOW, World-famous Physicist and Torah Scholar of Hebrew University in Jerusalem, visiting Pro-
fessor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

DIRECTIONS: Greenfield North to Ten-and-a-half Mile Road. Turn Left to Fairfax (One Block W. of Greenfield)

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