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May 15, 1964 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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Announcement was made this
week of the program for the
Senator Philip A. Hart testimonial
dinner to be held Sunday. May 24.
6 p.m. at Cobo Hall. Senator Hart
will be honored in recognition of
his championship of human rights
and his friendship for Israel.
Guest speaker will be Emil
Mazey, secretary-treasurer of the
UAW, who has just returned from
a trip to Israel. Honorary chair-
man is Walter P. Reuther, UAW
president. August Scholle, presi-
dent of the Michigan State AFL-
CIO, is the dinner chairman.
The dinner is sponsored by the
Trade Union Division of State of
Israel Bonds. Various facets of the
labor movement have joined to
honor Hart.
Shimon Moratt, labor coun-
selor of the Israel Embassy in
Washington, w i 11 present an
award to Senator Hart on behalf
of the State of Israel. Rabbi
Morris Adler and Rev. James
E. Wadsworth, Jr., of St. Mark's
Community C h u r ch, will pay
tribute to Hart. The Rt. Rev.
Monsignor Clement H. Kern of
Holy Trinity Church will pro-
nounce the invocation and the
Rev. Wadsworth, the benedic-
tion.
Special awards will be given to

Emil Mazey Shimon Moratt

unions and locals which have led
support of Israel's economic
development through their pur-
chase of Israel Bonds.
The host committee of 170 in-
cludes Senators Paul H. Douglas,
Robert Humphrey. Patrick V. Mc-
Namara and William Proxmire,
Congressmen John D. Dingell, Lu-
cien Nedzi, James G. O'Hara and
Neil Staebler: State Su p r e m e
Court Justices Paul L. Adams and
Thomas M. Kavanagh: Mayor Je-
rome P. Cavanagh, Secretary of
State James M. Hare, Attorney
Gen. Frank Kelley, Dr. Harlan
Hatcher. president of the Uni-
versity of Michigan; Council Pres-

in

UAW's Mazey Tests Israel-Made Car

Mark Kings Cited
as Foster Parents
to 57 Children

Pa rker-Blumberg
Engagement Is Told

Noted Community Leaders to Speak at Israel
Bond Dinner to Honor Philip Hart on May 24

ident Ed Carey, Councilmen Ed
Connor and Mel Ravitz and' Judges
Victor J. Baum. Ernest C. Boehm,
Theodore R. Bohn. George E.
Bowles, James N. Canham, Elvin
L. Davenport, Ira G. Kaufman,
Nathan J. Kaufman. Charles S.
Farmer, George D. Kent, Wade H.
McCree, Lila M. Neuenfelt, Joseph
J. Pernick, Benjamin C. Stanezyk,
and John M. Wise, in addition to
a host of state and county officials,
civic and labor leaders.
Moratt was born in Vienna, and
received his education in England
where he studied at Birbeck Col-
lege, London and was active in
the Zionist Youth Movement. He
settled in Palestine in 1947 and
during the Israeli War of Libera-
tion he was a lieutenant in the
Israel Defense Forces and later
served as secretary of the Labor
Zionist English Language Depart-
ment in Tel Aviv. He was on an
educational mission to the United
States in 1950-52 and from 1953
to 1958 held the office of secretary
of the International Department
of the Israel Labor Party (Mapai).
He was appointed Israel labor at-
tache in Brussels. Belgium, in
1958, served as labor attache in
London and the Hague in 1960-61,
and in 1962 was named Israel
Labor Counselor in Washington.
For dinner reservations call DI
1-5707.

MISS JO-ANN PARKER

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Parker of
S. Cranbrook Crossroad, Birming-
ham, announce the engagement of
their daughter Jo-Ann to H. Lee
Blumberg, son of Judge and Mrs.
Eugene J. Blumberg of Amityville,
N. 1.7
Miss Parker attends the Uni-
versity of Michigan School of
Nursing, where she is a member
of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Her
fiance is an honor graduate of the
University of Michigan and the
University of Michigan School of
Law. He was affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
An August wedding is planned.

Shrivers Are Named
Honorary Chairmen
for Israel Bond Ball

Hillel Day School Friends
to Give Award to Artist
With Winning Design

R. Sargent Shriver, Jr., director
of the United States Peace Corps
and of President Johnson's anti-
poverty drive, praised Israel's suc-
cess in developing its economy
and advancing its scientific
growth.
His statement was made as he
and Mrs. Shriver, sister of the
late President Kennedy, agreed to
serve as honorary chairmen of the
Israel Independence Ball, which
will be held June 7, at the Shera-
ton Park Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Meyer Mazor is chairman of the
ball, held in Washington each

A young-artist award will be
presented to the winner in com-
petition for the best design for
a tribute card cover to be used
by the Detroit Friends of Hillel
Day School.
Mrs. Samuel Danto, president
of Detroit Friends, said a $25 U.S.
Savings Bond be awarded. All
students age 10 to 25 from either
public or private schools are eligi-
ble to enter.
Entries, to be submitted by June
15, must be in India ink on 10x12
smooth cardboard. Send entries to
Mrs. Danto, 26725 Hendrie, Hun-
tington Woods. For information,
call her at LI 3-2457.

A staff member of Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Services, Mrs.
Mark King, 17196 Birwood, has, in
effect, been foster mother to 57
children in the last 8 1/2 years. She
and her husband were among 12
couples honored for their out-
standing service at a recent civic
luncheon observing Foster Child
Week.
In 1955, Mrs. King was chosen
to be the foster mother in the
agency's "study" home. She will
retire in June after caring for
foster children ranging in age
from 2 to 18.
The "study" home is of vital im-
portance to the operation of the
agency. It is here that new chil-
dren are placed for observation so
their future care can be effectively
planned. Most of them have seri-
ous emotional problems.
Mrs. King has successfully
cared for all types of children,
ranging from the very young
who need close mothering to the
frustrated adolescent who needs
tolerance and is a cause of great
frustration and anxiety.
The agency staff reported Mrs.
King was especially remarkable at
helping disturbed children to ac-
cept some rules to make their
lives less disorganized and less
destructive to themselves.
An example of the influence
she has is a formerly disturbed
adolescent girl with no family who
is now normal and happy and en-
gaged to be married. The girl has
asked Mrs. King to act as her
mother during the wedding cere-
mony, a "task" for which Mrs.
King has postponed her own de-
parture from the city.

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Emil Mazey, secretary-treasurer of the United Automobile Workers
of America, AFL-CIO, tests an Israel-made sports car, the Sabra,
at the assembly plant in Haifa. The labor leader visited Israel to
study the economic development of the country aided by Israel
Bonds, with special interest in Israel's young automobile industry.
Mazey's union has bought substantial amounts in Israel Bonds
during the past few years and has spearheaded the participation
of unions in the Israel Bond campaign.

League of Jewish Women to Give
Mildred Simons Youth Awards

The League of Jewish Women's
Organizations, a member of the
National Bureau of Federated Jew-
ish Women's Groups, will hold its
18th annual meeting, featuring the
presentation of the Mildred Simons
Rosenberg Youth Awards, 8 P.M.
Thursday, at Cong. Ahavas Achim.
The committee of judges to se-
lect an outstanding Jewish boy and
girl in the community are Mrs.
George Stutz, coadviser to Michi-
gan State Temple Youth; Louis
Panush, principal of Western High
School; Bernard Isaacs, past super-
intendent of United Hebrew
Schools; Eli Grad, education direc-
tor, Cong. Shaarey Zedek; and
Frank M. Loewenberg, director
adult division, Jewish Center. The
awards will be presented by Mrs.
J. Stewart Linden, chairman of the
youth awards committee.
The program will include a panel
discussion: "Will the Jew of the
Future Have More Understanding
of Both Himself and the World?"

This will be followed by a musical
presentation by the "Segal Family
Four."
Mrs. David Grainer, president of
Ahavas Achim Sisterhood, will de-
liver the invocation.
A reception honoring the youth
award winners will follow. The
community is invited.

Mizrachi Hatzair Sets
Joint Meeting Sunday

A combined young adult meet-
ing of Mizrachi Hatzair will be
held 5 p.m. Sunday at Young
Israel of Northwest. Rabbi Samuel
Prero will discuss future ways and
means of settling in Israel.
An executive committee to serve
the Mizrachi Hatzair Young Mar-
ried Group was recently elected.
They are Jerry Cohen, Harold Lax
and Meyer Segal, The group pledg-
ed continued support to younger
units of the organization.
Youth groups meet 5 p.m. Satur-
days at Cong. Beth Yehudah. For
information on intermediate youth
groups meeting Sunday afternoons,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
33 call Mizrachi offices, DI 1 - 0708.
Friday, May 15, 1964

Call Maury Little

BERNARD H.

INER

Mr. and Mrs. Shriver

year under the patronage of Israel
Ambassador Avraham Harman and
Mrs. Harman. This year's ball
will celebrate the 16th anniversary
of the State of Israel.
Shriver, who recently visited
Israel and conferred with Prime
Minister Eshkol and f or m e r
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, stres-
sed the similarity between the
spirit of Israel's people and that
of the volunteers who serve in
the Peace Corps.

Outstanding leaders in public life and
the arts are serving on the Honorary
Committee for the Ball, which will be
attended by more than 1,000 members
of the diplomatic corps, government
officials, and foremost communal per-
sonalities. Committee members include
Speaker of the House John W. McCor-
mack; Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson,
U.S. Permanent Representative to the
United Nations; Supreme Court. Justices
William 0. Douglas, Arthur J. Goldberg
and Byron R. White, and former Justice
Felix Frankfurter; Secretary of the
Treasury C. Douglas Dillon; Postmaster
General John A. Gronouski; Secretary
of the Interior Stewart L. Udall; Secre-
tary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman;
Secretary of Commerce Luther H.
Hodges; Secretary of Labor W. Willard
Wirtz; Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare Anthony J. Celebrezze;
Walter N. Tobriner. Commissioner of
the District of Columbia; George
Meany, President of the AFL-CIO, and
Isaac Stern, world-famous violin virtuoso

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