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August 14, 1964 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-14

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List Program for Golden Agers' Occupational Items
Dinner Honoring Go on Sale at Home for the Aged
Rose Lapat-
Brandwine Aug. 19 us, Miss
a resident of the

Lew Norman, one of America's
most popular Jewish comedians,
will head the program of
entertainment at the Cong.
Bnai David "Salute to Israel Din-
ner" honoring Morris J. Brand-
wine, past presi-
dent, next Wed-
nesday evening,
in the synagague
at Southfield and
91/2 Mile. The
dinner is on be-
half of Israel
Bonds.
Throughout his
career, Norman
has been a narra-
tor, actor, master
o f ceremonies,
producer and di-
rector. He has
appeared as a
featured player
with the Yiddish
Lew Norman Art Theater and
has performed at Town Hall, Carne-
gie Hall and throughout the United
States and Canada.
Max Sosin will be the dinner
chairman.
Rabbi Hayim Donin will give
the tribute to Brandwine. Cantor
Hyman J. Adler will sing several
selections. Hal Gordon and his
Trio will furnish the dinner music.
Bella Goldberg will be the accom-
panist.
Brandwine is being honored as
"Bnai David's Man of the Year"
in recognition of his service to his
synagogue, community and the
State of Israel. He has served as
president of JNF for several years
and is active in numerous other
causes, including United Hebrew
Schools, Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and the Hillel Day School. He has
been a Zionist all his life.
The Brandwine family is imbued
with the same dedication to Jewish
causes. Mrs. Brandwine is a vice
president of the Women's Division
of the Detroit Jewish Welfare
Federation, and a Hadassah leader.
Their daughter, Lois, at 17, was
president of Junior Hadassah.
For reservations to the dinner
call the Israel Bonds office, DI
1-5707.

*
*
"Jewish Irishman" Buys
$10,000 in Israel Bonds

"Irish Eyes were Smiling" was
sung by Cantor Adler and M.C.
Max Sosin when
Louis M. Elliman,
the "Jewish
Irishman," a n -
nounced a $10,-
000 purchase of
Israel Bonds at
t h e leadership
reception hosted
by Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Lieberman
Elliman in advance of the
Bnai David dinner honoring
Brandwine.
Israel Bond purchases of addi-
tional $10,000 each were also an-
nounced by Charles Grosberg,
Israel Bond Trustee chairman and
by Tom Borman, general chairman
of the Detroit Israel Bond Com-
mittee. A total of $70,000 in Israel
Bonds was subscribed at the re-
ception attended by nearly 60
persons, where Jacques Torczyner,
chairman of the National Zionist
Organization Executive Council,
was the guest speaker.

Israel's Improved Trade Gap
Israel's balance of payments was
reduced by over $30,000,000 in
1963 to a total of $420,000,000,
marking the first improvement in
the trade gap in several years.

28 Friday, August 14, 1964
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Home f or
Aged, prepares work
for a large industri-
al firm that employs
the services of the
golden agers at the
home. Their work,
an integral part of
the home's therapy
program, ranges
from folding bro-
chures t o making
items o f intricate
craftsmanship.
There will be sales
of all the occupa-
tional items 9 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m., Aug.
17-20.

United States Attorney Lawrence
Gubow announced the appoint-
ment of Paul David Borman, 25,
1580 Lincolnshire, as an assistant
United States Attorney.
Borman, a native Detroiter, was
graduated from the University of
Michigan law school in 1962 and
received his master of laws degree
at Yale Law School in June, 1964.
From 1962 until 1963 he was staff
attorney for the United States
Commission on Civil Rights in
Washington, D.C. He was recently
married to Susan Cohen, daughter
of Manuel Cohen, chairman desig-
nate of the United States Securi-
ties and Exchange Commission.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Borman.
He was sworn in by Judge Ralph
M. Freeman.

Jewish Athletes in '64 Olympics

By JESSE and ROY SILVER
(Copyright, 1964, JTA, Inc.)
The number of Jewish athletes
who will represent the United
States in the 1964 Olympics is now
seven. The latest additions are New
York fencers Albert Axelrod,
Gene Glazer and Herb Cohen, all
in the foil, and epeeman Dave
Micahnik of Philadelphia. Prev-
iously selected were hoopster Larry
Brown, oarsman Don Spero and
judo player Jim Bregman. Others
involved in the Tokyo Games are
Allan Rosenberg of the Vesper
Boat Club of Philadelphia, selected
as Olympic crew coach, and
fencers Henry Kolowrat of Phil-
adelphia in the epee and Wally
Farber of New York in the sabre,
both chosen as alternates.
Axelrod, 43, and a bronze medal-
ist in 1960, is a three-time Olymp-
ian and two-time Maccabian.
Spero, winner of the single
sculls in the Olympic trials and
the reigning national champion, is
going to the World Championships
in August to compete against the
Europeans. It will afford him an
opportunity to appraise his own
ability inasmuch as he has little
experience in the event. If he
makes a good showing he will
compete in the single sculls in
the Olympics. If not, he will team
with the winner of England's Hen- .
ley Royal Regatta singles in the
Olympic doubles.
Edward Maran, a Druze who
represented Israel in Olympic
weightlifting in 1960, and Joseph
Romano have reached Olympic
minimums. They'll go to Poland
to train. Both are lightweights .. .
National discus record-holder Gid-
eon Ariel, who attends the U. of
Wyoming, upped his mark to
179'5" and bettered the Olympic
minimum. He is now the best Jew-
ish discus thrower of all time .. .
Three male swimmers will stop
off in the United States to train
en route to Tokyo. They are Ger-
shon Shefa (200 - meter breast-
stroke and 400-meter medley), Itz-
hak Lurie (200-meter butterfly)
and Moshe Gertel (freestyle). So
far Shefa is the only one of the
three who has bettered the Olym-
pic minimum. He clocked 22:38.4
in the 200-meter breaststrokes. The
boys will be accompanied by na-
tional coach Joe Teleki and will be
put up at Yale U. Plans call for
them to remain in New Haven for
six weeks beginning in August.
Meanwhile, four shooters will also
come to the United States for train-
ing after a tour of Europe. They
are Nehemiah Sirkus (rifle),
Amos Granot (rifle), Maxim Kahn
(trap), and Michael Bolka (pistol).
*
Pierre Darmon led France to an
upset victory over England and
in the final round of the Europ-
ean Zone, Davis Cup competition.
When Australia defeated Canada
in Cup competition, the losing cap-
tain was Ellis Tarshis . . . Car-

Area Shows Cater
to Antique Lovers

Paul D. Borman
Named Assistant
to U.S. Attorney

Two successive antique shows
in the area will include between
them over $1,000,000 worth of ex-
hibits.
East Detroit will hold its show
and sale 1-10 p.m. Tuesday-Fri-
day at Roma Hall, Gratiot near
10 Mile. The following week, Aug.
25-28, a completely different show
will open at the new Roma Hall,
27777 Schoolcraft, Livonia.
Displays at both shows will in-
clude rare antiques, china, toys,
etc. of so many types that the ex-
hibit has been called "the show
that has everything."
All antiques displayed at both
shows are for sale. Meals will be
served by the snack bars in the
two halls. and free parking will
be provided.

ole Wright of Brooklyn, N. Y., was
The passing of day into night
upset in the, semi-finals of the
Middle States Grass Courts Tennis takes but a moment.—Berachoth 3.
Championships.
*
*
MUSIC ! ENTERTAINMENT !
South African star Abe Segal
continues to have his troubles in
the United States. After upsetting
America's fifth ranking player, he
was eliminated in the quarter-
and his orchestra
finals of the National 'Clay Court
UN 3-6501
Championships.
If No Answer Call DI 1-6847

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Israel's Eliazer Davidman reach-
ed the finals of the Ankara, Tur-
key International Tourney and
then bowed in straight sets to an
Italian Davis Cupper.

*

*

Army Lt. Jerry Greenbaum fin-
ished third in the Southern Ama-
teur Golf Championship. He came
in with a 281 for 72 holes.
George Sheppard of N.Y., co-
manager of Israeli welterweight
boxer "King David," is recovering
from a heart attack.
Linda Friedman of the N. Y.
Knickerbocker Swim Club captur-
ed the Jr. Met AAU 100 back-
stroke in 1:22.8. She was Junior
Met titlist in the 200-meter free-
style in 1963.
Britain's Ray Roseman ran 1,500
meters in 3:48.3.
Maurice Manasseh, who was
born in Calcutta, India, recently
represented Oxford against Cam-
bridge in their annual cricket
match.
A 29-man South African School-
boy swimming team recently com-
peted in a series of matches in
England. Eight of the Springboks
were Jewish.
* * *
R. F. Bensinger, former head
of the Brunswick Corp., is now
represented on the turf. His stable
is at Chicago's Arlington Park.
Hapoel Ramat-Gan won its first
Israeli national soccer champion-
ship. Maccabi-Jaffa was second
and Hapoel- Tel Aviv third. Hap-
oel-Tel Aviv had been champions
the five previous years . . . Abra-
ham Melamud established an Isra-
eli national swim record of 2:23.7
in the 200-meter butterfly, while
the Gush Zevulum Club posted a
national mark of 4:32 in the 400-
meter relay.
The chairman and vice-chairman
of the Iranian Olympic Committee
recently visited Israel, and chances
are bright that Iran will be rep-
resented in the Seventh World
Maccabiah in 1965.
* * *
Sid Gordon will return to his
baseball uniform on Aug. 19 to
co-manage the U. S. Sandlot Team,
which will meet a squad of New
York City players at Yankee Stad-
ium.
New York's Sandy Schwartz, a
partner in Bache & -Co. and a
former amateur boxer himself at
the U. of Virginia, is manager of a
leading lightweight, Frankie Nar-
vaez.

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