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June 05, 1964 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-05

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Bond Event to Honor William Hordes Honor Presidents at Israel Dinner

The Labor Zionist Movement-
Landsmanshaften Israel 16th an-
niversary celebration will honor
William Hordes, lifelong Zionist
and communal leader, Monday,

Mr. and Mrs. William Hordes

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June 22, 8:30 p.m., at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
Ira Hirscbmann, American diplo-
matic representative, and a leading
authority on Middle East Affairs,
will be the guest speaker.
Bina Landau, Israeli singer, will
be the guest star.
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver is the
testimonial chairman; Harry L.
Schwner is honorary chairman and
Morris Lieberman the campaign
chairman.
The affair is the highlight of the
Labor Zionist Organization - Far-
band - Pioneer Women - Landsman-
shaften 1964 Detroit Israel Bond
campaign.
Refreshments will be served.
For reservations call DI 1-5707 or
DI 1-0669.
Hordes, who is being honored for
his many years of service to Jew-
ish causes and most especially for
his services to Israel and Israel
Bonds, has served as secretary of
the Jewish Sommunity Council, as
treasurer of the Zionist Council,
as president of Arlazaroff Branch
of Farband and has been active in
Poale Zion and, the Histadrut and
the American Jewish Congress. He
is a former president of the JNF
Council of Detroit, and is chair-
man of the JNF Foundation.
He credits his wife, Bella, as
the inspiration for his many years
of leadership in Jewish causes and
especially, in the cause of Zionism.

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being cosponsored by the society
and the American Jewish Com-
mittee.

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Presidents of Congregation Gemiluth Chassodim who will be
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presidents, and Benoit Gorge, incumbent president.

Rabbi Segal Phillip Stollman

Phillip Stollman, Israel Bond
steering committee chairman, will
be the toastmaster at the Israel
anniversary dinner Wednesday eve-
ning, 7 p.m., at the Statler Hilton
Hotel, to which the entire Detroit
Jewish community is invited.
Guest of honor at the dinner will
be Gen. Haim Laskov, former
chief of staff of the Israel Defense
Forces, known as "The Liberator
of Jerusalem," who now holds the
post of chief of Israel's port auth-
ority.

Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and the
American Jewish Congress are
among seven major civil rights
organizations that have joined in
forming a corps of volunteer law-
yers who will serve in the deep
South this summer to protect the
legal rights of antisegregation
demonstrators and Negroes seek-
ing the right to vote.
Edwin J. Lukas, national affairs
director of the American Jewish
Committee, and Leo Pfeffer, gen-
eral counsel of the American Jew-
ish Congress, are among the
founding members of the Lawyers
Constitutional Defense Committee,
a kind of "lawyers corps" modeled
after the Peace Corps.

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NEWS
Friday, June 5, 1964

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Governesses for children's
supervised activities.

During the Sinai Campaign, as
commander of the Northern Ar-
mored Attacking Force, Laskov
broke through at Rafah and cap-
tured El Arish to seal off the Gaza
Strip. He was named chief of
staff of the Israel Army in 1957.
Geula Gill and her trio have
appeared in concerts in the lead-
ing cities of the United States and
South America. They sing the folk
songs of Israel that reflect the
many cultures and heritages
brought to the young nation from
all over the world.
For reservations to the dinner
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1-5707.
A goal of 81.000,000 in cash by
the night of the Israel anniver-
sary dinner has been set by the
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The campaign this year promises
to be the most successful in De-
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