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June 05, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-05

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Israeli Foreign Ministry Official to Address
Dinner Saturday Honoring Sen. McNanriara

Spokesmen for the American
Trade Union Council for Histad-
rut, anticipate tomorrow night's
tribute dinner honoring Michi-
gan's senior senator, Patrick V.
McNamara, to be a tremendous
success, with nearly a thousand
reservations indicating the Sena-
tor's popularity.
Proceeds from the dinner will
go towards the establishment of a
scholarship fund in Israel bearing
the Senator's name.
Histadrut, in active partnership
with the Israel government, is con-
centrating its efforts to enable
with the Israel government, is con-
centrating its efforts to enable a
maximum number of Israeli teen-
agers to continue their schooling.
It is estimated that the dinner
will net in excess of $40,000, large-
ly made possible by community
leaders representing labor, indus-
try and government who gave this
project their full support. The
honorary chairman is Mayor Jer-
ome P. Cavanagh. Al Barbour will
be chairman. Co-chairman of the
dinner are Georges Ames, Edward
C. Levy and Bernard J. Young-
blood.
The following resolution was ad-
opted by the Detroit Common
Council:

"Whereas, Michigan's distinguished
Senior Senator Patrick V. McNamara

between the people of the United
States and the people of Israel;
"Therefore Be It Resolved that we,
the members of the City of Detroit
Common Council do hereby proclaim
June 6, 1964 as SENATOR PATRICK
V. McNAMARA DAY in grateful rec-
ognition of his dedicated public serv-
ice."

YAACOV MORRIS

will be honored at a dinner June 6,
1964, in the City of Detroit; and
"Whereas, Senator McNamara, as an
indefatigable public servant, has been
in the forefront in advancing pro-
grams for the betterment of the peo-
ple of Michigan and the United States
as a whole in the fields of civil rights;
re-training workers hit by automation
to learn new skills and obtain new
jobs; economic growth; education,
labor management; aging; highways
and many others; and
"Whereas. in line with Senator
McNamara's wishes, the proceeds from
the dinner will go toward the est-
ablishment of a perpetual Senator
Patrick V. M c Nam a r a Histadrut
Scholarship Fund for underprivileged
teenagers in the State of Israel, thus
cementing the bonds of friendship

JWV Department of Michigan Sets
23rd Convention This Weekend

The 23rd annual convention of
the Department of Michigan Jew-
ish War Veterans and its ladies
auxiliary will take place this
weekend.
Sabbath services 9 a.m. Saturday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek will mark
the first get-together, with regis-
tration set for 8:30 p.m.
Past National Commander Jo-
seph N. Barr of Washington, who
recently retired as national direc-

JWY Activities

AUXILIARY 135 will meet
Thursday. at 8:30 p.m.. at the
Labor Zionist Institute.. New
officers who will take over at
that time are: Louba Luppiloff,
president: vice-presidents, Bertha
Shoop and Mary Nadek; chap-
lain, Minnie Hart; conductress,
Nellie Berger; patriotic instruc-
tress, Hannah Seinwel; treasurer,
Vera Zendell; secretary, Flor-
ence Wittenberg; guard, Rose Dav-
idson; trustees, Lillian Tulipman,
Yetta Sterns and Belle Berkowitz.
Refreshments will be served.
* * *
SHOLOM POST and AUXILI-
ARY held their installation of offi-
cers May 24 at a cocktail party-
dinner dance at Boesky's. New post
officers include Milton Zimmer-
man, commander; Earl Davidson
and Al Pasnick, vice commanders;
Henry Kaplan, quartermaster; Her-
man Gavorin and John Yunis, sec-
retaries; Max Goldman, adjutant;
Dr. Sam Gross, post surgeon; Lou
Weinstein, judge advocate; and
Max Hoffman, William Lipman and
Julius Goldstein, trustees. Next
year's auxiliary officers are Mes-
dames Esther Siegel, president;
Alice Cooper and Irma Pasnick,
vice presidents; M o 11 y Benton,
treasurer; Lenore Kanat, Harriet
Schultz and Sylvia Leach, secretar-
ies; Mildred Friedman, historian;
Faye Rubin, patriotic instructress;
Trudy Silverman, chaplain; Millie
Ruskin, conductress; and Marie
Winkler, A n n e t t Lipman and
Helen Zimmerman, trustees.
* *
PFC JOSEPH L. BALE POST
will hold its 8th annual golf
outing June 16 at Knollwood
Country Cull). The all-day outing
will include golf, swimming, and
dinner, followed by games. For
information or reservations, con-
tact Pete Yura, UN 4-5563.

Susayz Cohn Alari-ied
to William E. Shell

for of Jewish War Veterans. will
be principal speaker.
On Saturday evening, regis-
tration will be followed by en-
tertainment, dancing and re-
freshments at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
The Sunday session will start
with an Early Bird Breakfast at
the Institute, followed by me-
morial services and then business
meetings.
Highlights of the day will be
the annual scholarship awards,
election and installation of offic-
ers, and a dinner-dance at 6:45
p.m. at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel honoring all outgoing and
incoming officers.
At the convention banquet, Ber-
nard Direnfeld, past Cleveland
JWV commander, will be the guest
speaker.
Scholarships will be pre-
sented at 1 p.m. sessions to Gary
Soffin of Livonia, Gloria Wierz-
binski of Utica and Sanford
Kaplan.
Kaplan, grandson of women's
auxiliary member Mrs. Jack Kap-
lan, will receive the scholarship
from Detroit Auxiliary.
Mrs, Sidney Cohen, Department
of Michigan convention chairman,
announces that final plans are
being made by the following Aux-
iliary chairmen: Mesdames Harold
Jacobs and Irving Silk, registra-
tion; Ben Cowan and Mark Sterns,
memorial services; Albert Rosen,
distinguished guests; Jack
Schwartz, banquet; Philip Wein-
stein, Morris Tulupman, Morris
Seinwell, Harold Weiss and Jack
Iden, hospitality; Oscar Katz, rules
and resolutions; Martin Foster and
Louis Remer, credentials; Morton
Oppenheim, flowers; Philip Bern-
stein, parliamentarian; Marcus
Scheinker, favors; and Melvin Mo-
gill, publicity.

Grossinger's New Building
Will Be Named Jennie G
The eight-story guest building
now being completed at the Gross-
inger Country Club, Grossinger,
N.Y., will be named the Jennie G
in honor of Jennie Grossinger, the
"first lady of the Catskills," who
came to the mountains 50 years
ago with her parents and husband.
Mrs. Grossinger and her family
started the resort in 1914 with a
little farmhouse. Through the
years, they added buildings and
facilities; today, the resort covers
more than 1,000 acres and has near-
ly 50 buildings.

Representing the State of Israel
at the dinner will be Yaakov Mor-
ris, a member of the Israel Fore-
ign Affairs Committee, and a rep-
resentative from Israel to the
United States.
Morris was born in 1920 in Ire-
land where he recived his educa-
tion. In 1947 he settled in Israel
where he became a member of
Kibbutz Yasur in Western Galilee.
He was appointed, in 1949, head of
the section for English-speaking
countries of the Youth and Hech-
alutz Department of the Jewish
Agency, a position he held for five
years. During this time he also
was correspondent for British,
American and Israeli newspapers
and journals.
He joined the Ministry for
Foreign Affairs in 1955, serving
with the information department
until his appointment in October
1957 as director of the research
department of the Israel Office
of Information.
Morris w a s subsequently a p -
pointed Consul of Israel in New
York. He is the author of "Pio-
neers from the West: A History of
Angelo-Saxon Settlers in Israel,"
"A Reporter in Israel" and "Mast-
ers of the Desert."
Reservations for the dinner may
still be made by calling UN 4-7096.
C * *

Jessel Visits Histadrut
Installations in Israel

George Jessel. noted comedian
and toastmaster, is presently in
Israel at the invitation of Histad-
rut, the Israel Federation of Labor.
While in Israel he will visit
Histadrut trade schools and other
educational institutions in order
to bring back the story of the
present-day needs of Israeli youth.
Upon his return. Jessel will
tour the United States to promote
the Histadrut Scholarship Fund
Detroit is on his itinerary.

MRS. WILLIAM SHELL

Klutznick Heads
Nat'l Jabotinsky
Memorial Group

Philip M. Klutznick, former U.S.
Ambassador to the UN and former
president of International Bnai
Brith, has assumed the chairman-
ship of the National Committee
for the Jabotinsky Memorial, com-
prised of the foremost leaders of
the American Jewish community,
Morris Weinberg, veteran Zionist
and publisher, announced.
The national committee w a s
established for the transfer to
Israel of the remains of Zeev Jabo-
tinsky, leading fighter for Jewish
statehood and founder of the Jew-
ish Legion in World War I, for
reinterment on Mt. Herzl, Jeru-
salem, by order of the Israel
government.
The transfer of the remains of
Zeev Jabotinsky from New York
will take place July 6, on the eve
of the 24th anniversary of the
death of the world Zionist leader.
He died July 9, 1940, in Hunter,
N. Y., and was buried in the New
Montefiore Cemetery in Long
Island, N. Y.

Susan Gail Cohn became the
bride of William Elson Shell at
nuptials solemnized by Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler Sunday.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Daniel Cohn, 17609 Oak
Dr., and the bridegroom is the son
of Dr. Sam Shell, 8344 Hendrie,
Huntington Woods, and the late
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Following a honeymoon trip to
Europe and Israel, the couple will
live in Ann Arbor, where the
bridegroom will continue his stud- With
ies at the University of Michigan Deep, Deep
Cushioning Action
Medical School.

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Jewish Folk Chorus
Readies Spring Concert

New York baritone Norman At-
kins and Marjorie Gordon, soprano,
will be featured at the annual
spring concert of the Jewish Folk
Chorus 8 p.m. Sunday at the Scot-
tish Rite Cathed-
ral, Masonic
Temple.
English, Yid-
dish and Hebrew
"olk songs by the
Youth Chorus
also are on the
program, direct-
ed by Harvey
Schreibman.
Commemorat-
ing 50 yeare of
Jewish music in
America, the con-
Schreibman cert will feature
the oratoric "Di Tsvei Bridder"
(The Two Brothers) by composer
Joseph Schaefer and author I. L.
Peretz.
Tickets will be available at the
box office the evening of the per-
formance, or by calling Mrs. Rose
Baron, DI 1-9231, or Mrs. Regina
Litt, BR 2-0330.

Final Branch 2 Meet

Branch 2, LZOA, will hold its
last regular meeting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Colman Reisman,
21721 Kenosha, Oak Park, 7:30
p.m. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bevos, re-
cently returned from Israel, will
discuss their experiences there.
Also featured will be Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Mondry, who will re-
port on the recent national con-
vention in Philadelphia.
Refreshments will be served.

TEE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 5, 1964
23

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Want to work some of it off? Use the weight-
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Exercise Room.
Tired? Take a snooze in the Slumber Room.
Enjoy plenty of relaxation in the Lounge. Sink
into luxurious reclining chairs and watch Color TV.
Read from our extensive magazine library. Play
cards.
Oh, yes. We almost hate to tell you, but there
is also a tempting snack bar with lots of delectable
sandwiches and such. However, don't you be
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