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June 12, 1964 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-12

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`Tree Market Day' Exhibits Readied
for Sale by Young Women of JNF

Hirschmann, Bina Landau Head Program
Imm.7
at Celebration Honoring William Hordes

Ira Hirschmann, who helped res-1 Wishnetsky, has served as presi- visas for the lives of 100,000 Ro-
cue 100,000 Jews from Nazism, will dent of the JNF Women's Auxili- manian Jews and conferred with
be the guest speaker at the Labor ary, and is cash collection chairman Apostolic Delegate Angelo Horn-
Zionist Movement-Landsmanshaften of the Israel Bond Women's Divi- calli, later. Pope John XXIII, for
Israel 16th anniversary celebration, sion. Their son-in-law, Edward Wish- the exodus of thousands of Jews
June 22, 8:30 p.m. at the Labor netsky, is active in the Labor Zion- from Hungary.
Zionist Institute.
ist movement and is a past chair-
In 1946 Hirschmann was named
William. Hordes, lifelong Zionist man of the Brenner-Truman branch special inspector general of the
and dedicated communal leader, of the Labor Zionist Organization, United Nations Relief and Rehabili-
and their son, Earl, is active in tation Administration and re-organ-
will be the guest of honor.
ized the DP camps in Germany. In
Bina Landau, interpreter of Is- communal causes.
Hirschmann, a former U. S. envoy 1960 he was sent on a mission to
raeli and Yiddish songs, will be the
guest star. Mrs. Morris L. Schaver in Turkey, during World War II the Middle East on behalf of the
is the testimonial chairman; Harry undertook a secret mission for U.S. State Department and the
L. Schumer is honorary chairman, President Roosevelt, to negotiate United Nations. He visited all the
and Morris Lieberman, campaign with Eichmann's agents for the countries which surround Israel —
rescue of thousands of Jewish chil- Syria. Jo r d a n, Lebanon and the
chairman.
The affair will climax the Labor dren. He traded four American Gaza Strip.
A noted writer on foreign affairs,
Zionist O r g a n i z a t i o n-Farband-
Hirschmann is the author of "Life
From left, Mesdames Robert Sillman, Sheldon Otis, Gerald
Pioneer Women - Landsmanshaften
Line to a Promised Land" and "Cau-
Granadien, Melvin Forman and David Schurgin sort treasures for
1964 Detroit Israel Bond campaign. Neil Staebler to Talk
tion to the Winds." A pioneer in
"Tree Market Day." Not pictured are Mesdames Joseph Pernick,
Hordes has devoted all of his at Reception Prior to
radio and television, Hirschmann is
Gerald Gordon, Morton Roth and Mannie Nosan.
adult-life
to
the
building
of
a
Jew-
* * *
president of Television Systems of
in Palestine and in Hordes Testimonial
ish Hoin.
America, Inc., and chairman of the
The Young Women of the Jew- behalf of the
of Israel. He is
Neil Staebler, congressman-at- operating Committee of the Colo-
ish National Fund are preparing an associate and co-worker of many
large from Michigan, will be guest nial Trust Co. of New York.
an exhibit called "Tree Market of Israel's leaders. He has been speaker at a leadership reception
Refreshments will be served after
Day," to take place Wednesday at linked with State of Israel Bonds 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Raleigh House.
since the first Israel Bond drive Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky and Earl the program. For reservations, call
the Bond Office, DI 1-5707.
Taking part in the day's pro- was launched in 1951.
Hordes, 19491 Manor.
gram will be Mark Fischer, offer-
The reception will be in advance
Hordes and his wife, Bella, are
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION- ing antiques and bric-a-brac; Jean active in many Jewish and corn- of the Labor Zionist Movement-
Musk the Stein-Way
Landsmanshaften
AL CHAPTER will have a coed Hosier, David Fredericks and Lila munal causes and their children are
Israel 16th anni-
meeting for paid-up members 8:30 Schneider, showing antique jew- following in their footsteps. Their
DICK STEIN
versary celebra-
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Gemiluth elry; Marian Weinstein, showing son, Herbert, fought in the Israeli
& ORCHESTRA
tion, honoring
Chassodim. John C. Morris will stationery items; and Sol Rosen- War of Liberation and he and his
William Hordes
family are making their home in
speak on "Hypnosis, Its Uses and man with flower stalls.
for his lifetime
Participating artists include Israel. Their daughter, Mrs. Edward
Abuses." A social hour will follow.
of dedicated serv-
For information, call Dorothy Carold Wald, Katy Keek Arnsteen,
ice to Zionism, to
Stan and Sheila Burns, Shirley
Goldberg, UN 2-6610.
the upbuilding of
Kallus, Muriel Cowan, John Jacob-
* * *
PLASTIC FURNITURE
Israel and to the
son, Susan Bolt and Evelyn Brac-
COVERS
ISRAEL CHAPTER will feature ket. Mesdames Elenore Lakin and
Jewish commu-
MADE TO ORDER
"Step Up into Summer Fashions" Helen Eder will display wood-cuts.
nity.
or READY MADE
as part of its regular meeting 8
Staebler is a
Other stalls will include a salon Editor, The Jewish News:
p.m. Tuesday at Workmen's Circle featuring original creations by
former
Demo-
CALL
ANNA KARBAL
I was delighted to read your ac-
cratic national
Center. According to Mrs. Saul Mrs. William Kiafer, a boutique, count of George Samaan, the Arab
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committeeman ?4g7.3ei:OW:2:+*>24.WKX ■ CM:4Ci:741*.,.+M
Greenfield, president, fashions will baked goods, and a "white ele- social worker in The Jewish News
and served for
be modeled by members and their phant" sale of miscellaneous of June 5 for it brought back fond
many years as
children. Refreshments will be
memories. George was my teacher
treasures.
chairman of the
served. For information, call Mrs.
of
Arabic
in
night
classes
con-
The admission cost will include
Staebler Democratic State
Sam Fischer, LI 6-9642.
and his
luncheon and prizes. All proceeds ducted at the YMCA in Jerusalem, Central Committee. A candidate
* * *
of
which
I
was
a
member
from
ORCHESTRA
al:
will be donated to the Jewish
1958-60. A tall, good-looking, af- for the Democratic nomination for
"Music At You Like te
PISGAH LODGE will hold its National Fund.
governor,
he
has
played
a
key
role
HOME:
OFFICE:
fable fellow, he conveyed a feel-
107th annual installation of offi-
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ing of sincerity to all whom he in the battle to pass medicare and
cers at a dinner - dance 7 p.m.
civil rights legislation.
Presidential
Toast
met.
Thursday at the Town and Country

We developed a warm friend-
Club, Southfield. The new presi- to Be Lifted at Fete
ship, thus whenever on vacation
dent is Benjamin B. Goldhoff. Not
from my studies at the Hebrew
previously listed are new trustees Honoring Israel
University and in the Nazareth
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Sol Steinberg, Morris Berk, Sher-
• CAN DI DS
• MOVIES
Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, author
man Goldman, Joseph Gutterman, and military analyst, will be guest area, I would make an effort to
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BLACK
&
WHITE

COLOR
Isadore Gussin, Frank Hoffman, speaker at the Cong. Gemiluth visit him and his family. More
often
than
not,
he
was
using
his
Louis Lightstone, Nathan Rose, Chassodium Presidential Toast to
vacation to do field work, and so
Arthur I. Shapiro, Sidney Sidder, Israel dinner, 6:30 p.m. Sunday in
we did not meet.
Hy Wasser and Irving Wasserman. the social hall.
On one occasion, however, I did
* * *
Milt Moss, comedian and TV find him at home with his family,
personality,
will
be
guest
star.
who went out of their way in
IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE will
The congregation is being joined typical Arab fashion to make me
hold its 19th annual installation
meeting 6:30 p.m. June 20 at the by its affiliates and by Selfhelp- feel comfortable in their midst.
Greek Orthodox by religion,
Red Mill Restaurant. Officers to Detroit in spon-
they respected my observance of
be installed are Charles Blauer, soring this affair
the dietary laws, and did not serve
president; David Keyes, Leo Sil- on behalf of Is-
meat.
ber, Earl Kendler and Phil Nelson, rael Bond s. It
Unfortunately I was not used to
vice presidents; Iry Herman, treas- also will honor
past presidents
the kind of food which they did
urer; and Harold Phillips, Dave Siegfied Cahn.
serve, and so suffered in silence
Kaufman and Harvey Green, sec- Sigmund Lowen-
while I ate, not wanting to offend
retaries.
thal and Herman
their warm hospitality.
* * *
Strassburger and
George had just entered the
incumbent
presi-
Baerwald School of Social Work
Einstein Lodge Sets Up
dent Benoit
at the Hebrew University when I
Fund to Aid Members
George.
first met him, and was rather con-
Gen. Marshall,
A state of Michigan charter has
cerned about the many readings in
who
has
been
been granted upon the formation of
English which he would have to
with
the
Detroit
the Albert Einstein Benevolent
do, since Arabic was his native
Fund, designed to help members News as military
tongue, although he spoke Hebrew
of Albert Einstein Lodge, Bnai analyst and edi- Gen. Marshall
rather well.
Brith, who are in need of financial torial writer for over 35 years, has
It is good to learn that he has
served
in
or
covered
13
wars,
in-
assistance.
finally completed his training. I
cluding
two
world
wars,
the
Korean
Felix Rosenzweig will chair a
know that the years he spent at
committee to direct the fund, which conflict and the Sinai Campaign. the Hebrew University have
will include Saul Goldman, Sam He established the Army News brought him in contact with many
Fridman, Max Freedman and Nor- Service and developed methods of Israeli students, thus narrowing.
battlefield research, which became the gap which separates the two
man Adelsberg.
standing procedure in all theaters cultures.
Members in need may make ap- of war.
RABBI DAVID JESSEL,
plication for help to any member
Gen. Marshall is the author of
Temple Beth Am, Livonia.
of the board of directors; or the "Blitzkrieg," "Sinai Victory" and
request—always kept in strict con- "Night Drop." He and Mrs. Mar-
fidence—may be made in behalf shall visit Israel each year, and he Israel Museum Gets Gift
of another member. Repayment is a regular purchaser of Israel
From Helena Rubenstein
will be voluntary.
Bonds. He has just completed a
Now, right at home, enjoy flavor thrills just like
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Mayor Mor-
Members have been asked to mission to Israel.
you get at Biffs Grills! Stock your freezer with
dechai
Namir
announced
that
make voluntary contributions to
Moss is starring on TV as "Zoo-
these thick, juicy, ground round steak patties.
build up the fund. Checks should keeper Milt." He is a former dra- Helena Rubenstein has donated
$100,000
to
the
Tel
Aviv
Museum
be made payable to Albert Einstein matic actor and has appeared with
Benevolent Fund. All contribu- such stars as Eddie Cantor, Abbott of Modern Art which bears her
tions are tax-deductive.
and Costello, Phil Silvers, Kate name. He made the announcement
Smith and Paul Whiteman. He had at the opening of an exhibit by
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
a long run on the TV show, "Merry 23 Israeli artists which will be
shown in New York next fall.
Friday, June 12, 1964
Mailman."
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