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April 23, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-23

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Jessel to Star at Beth Abraham Event Senator McGovern 3,000 Are at - Concord for the Passover

George Jessel, the living legend
in the entertainment world who
was dubbed by two Presidents as
"Toastmaster -General of the
U.S.A.", will be the guest star at
the Congregation
BethAbraha in
dinner, ho nor-
i n g William A.
Genser and Sam
Kaufer, Tuesday,
6 p.m., at the
Jewish Center.
The affair is on
behalf of Israel
Genser and
Kaufer have been
active leaders in
Beth Abraham
for many years
and have partici-
pated in the Is-
rael Bond drives
since the initia-
tion of the cam-
Guest speaker will be Sam Roth-
berg, national Israel Bond cam-
paign chairman.
Dr. Harry Newman and Henry
Thumin are dinner committee co-
chairmen. Judge Nathan J. Kauf-
man will be the toastmaster. Rabbi
Israel I. Halpern will give the
tributes to the honorees and Can-
tor Shabtai Ackerman will lead in
the singing of the national anthems
and in the Birkat Hamazon. Eric
Rosenow and his continental or-
chestra will provide the dinner
Rothberg is president of the Is-
rael Investors Corporation and
chairman of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, and is

Zieve Named Partner
at Simons-Michelson

Simons- Michelson Co., advertis-
ing agency, announced that Morton
Zieve has been accepted into the
firm as a part-
ner. Zieve has
been with Sim-
ons-Michelson for
the past three
years as head of
i t s creative de-
Active in De-
troit advertising
and television cir-
cles for the past
Zieve 15 years, Zieve
has been an advertising account
executive, television producer,
writer and composer. He is a na-
tive Detroiter.

Rabbi Wine to Review
`Tiny Alice' by Albee

Birmingham Temple will spon-

sor as part of its spring fund-
raising event on Edward Albee's
"Tiny Alice," 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the John Kennedy School,
Tickets are available either at
the door or by calling Ann Acker-
man, LI 7-4908. The public is

ROBERT J. HUTTON, president,
Standard Federal Savings and
Loan Association, has been elected
chairman of the executive commit-
tee of the Federal Savings and
Loan Advisory Council.


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a member of the national UJA
campaign cabinet.
For reservations to the dinner
call the Israel Bond office, DI

7Jnai A-itA

has elected Robert Reese presi-
dent, succeeding Henry Cohn.
Other new officers are Leo Kap-
lan, David Rosenthal and Paul
Fink, vice presidents: Marvin Pos-
ner, Leslie Kay and Ben E. Moss,
secretaries; Sam Kossack, treasur-
er; Henry Cohn, chaplain; Alan
Nathan, guardian; and Jesse Ant-
man, warden. Robert Passman will
head the board of trustees that in-
cludes Irwin Shapiro, Phil Roth-
schild, Norman Bernstein and A-
braham Burnstein.
8:30 p.m. Monday at Workmen's

Circle Center. Mrs. Leonard
Schreiber, program chairman, an-
nounces that Arthur M. Ruhl, ad-
ministrative assistant of Wayne
County Juvenile Court, will speak
on "What Makes Dennis, the
Menace?" Guests invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.
* * *
for a mother-daughter Fashion
Parade and luncheon noon Tues-
day at Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim.
Guests, including daughters in law
and granddaughters, are invited.
For information, call Mrs. Phillip
Rossen, program chairman, 342-
6023, or Mrs. George Fleischer,



membership chairman, 352-2948.
* * *
will present its ninth annual
Awards Night 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at Shaarey Shomayim Synagogue.
Refreshments and dancing to Eric
Rosenow's Continental Orchestra
will be featured, according to
Max F r i d in a n, Awards Night




Comic Hy Sands
Due in Mt. Clemens
for Israel Event

Young Yiddish - American come-
dian, Hy Sands, who has entertain-
ed audiences from coast-to-coast,
will appear at the Beth Tephilath
Moses Synagogue, Mount Clemens,
at the Israel 17th Anniversary
Celebration 8 p.m. May 1.
The celebration is being spon-
sored by the Harvey Levenburg
Bnai Brith Lodge, under Paul Lit-
vin, president.
Co-chairmen of the Mount Clem-
ens Committee for State of Israel
V!!:Zi:.:':,:•:: a71 Bonds are Na-
" than Litvin and
Larry Goldberg.
The committee
consists of Louis
M. Davis, Arthur
Feldman, Al
Kushner, Nathan
Rose n, Michael
Schwartz, B e n
Stone, Sam Szein-
bach and Robert
Born on New
York's Lower
East Side, Sands,
the son of a can-
tor, was a boy
Sands soprano in Can-
tor Yossele Rosenblatt's Choir.
Sands' career in the Catskill
borscht belt, and in supper clubs
in Miami, Las Vegas and Chicago,
was interrupted by service during
the war. Upon his return home he
went door to door to collect used
military uniforms for shipment to
the Haganah.
* * •

`Institute of Judaism'
Set by Both Councils

Metropolitan and Michigan Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Coun-
cils will sponsor their annual "In-
stitute of Judaism" May 14-16 at
the Colonial Hotel, Mount Clemens.
Israel Knox, author and lectur-
er, will be guest lecturer for the



Speak May 13 New records for service and en- indoor and outdoor pools, skating
tertainment were set at the Con- rinks, tennis court, health club and
ll Barbour ' s Honor i cord, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., during the special services for children.
the Passover week.
Guests from the entire country, THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
many from Michigan, are parti- 18—Friday, April 23, - 1965
cipating in the religious services
conducted by Cantors Barkin and
Gafne, with the assistance of a
Music the Stein-Way
large choir directed by Sholem
A variety of shows presented
nightly enhance the Concord at-
There are 1,300 employes who
care for the needs of the 3,000
guests. There are 160 employes
for the golf courses, 25 on lawns
and gardens, and special attention
is given by a trained staff to the

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Senator George McGovern (D) of
South Dakota, will be the guest
speaker at the Al Barbour testi
monial dinner, May 13, 6 p.m., in
the Veterans Memorial Building.
Honorary chairman of the affair,
sponsored by the Detroit Israel
Bond trade union division, is May-
or Jerome P. Cavanagh. Emil
Mazey, UAW secretary-treasurer, is
dinner chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Barbour are pres-
ently touring Israel as guests of
the Israel government.
Barbour, president of the Wayne
County AFL-CIO Council, is being
honored for his lifelong dedication
to the labor movement, for his
championship of human rights and
for his friendship for Israel. Co-
chairmen of the dinner committee
are August Scholle, president Mich-
igan State AFL-CIO; Alex Fuller,
vice president, AFL-CIO; Barney
Hopkins, secretary-treasurer, Mich-
igan State AFL-CIO and William
C. Marshall, vice president of the
Michigan State AFL-CIO. Barbour
is chairman of COPE and of the
Wayne County Road Commission.
Senator McGovern, a native of
South Dakota, flew 35 missions as
a B-24 bomber pilot in World War
receiving the Distinguished Fly-
ing Cross and Air Medal with
three Oak Leaf clusters.
He received his B.A. degree from
Dakota Wesleyan University and
his M.A. and PhD in history and
government f r o m Northwestern
University and was professor of
government at . Dakota Wesleyan
from 1950 to 1953. From 1953 to
1956 he served as executive secre-
tary of the South Dakota Democra-
tic Party and led the rebuilding
of the state party organization. He
was elected to the U. S. House of
Representatives in 1956 and re-
elected in 1958, the first Democra-
tic congressman from South Da-
kota in 20 years.
He was named Food for Peace
director and special assistant to
President John F. Kennedy in De-
cember, 1980. His election to the
Senate in 1962 was the first Demo-
cratic Senatorial victory in South
Dakota since 1936.
For reservations to the dinner
call the Bonds office, DI 1-5714.

To Launch Israel
Spring Campaign
Next Thursday

Mrs. Mildred Jeffrey, national
Democratic committeewoman from
Michigan, who is the UAW com-
munity relations director, and Is-
rael Consul General Jacob Bar-
more, will speak at an Israel
Bond leadership dinner-meeting
next Thursday, 6 p.m., at Holiday
Manor, 23029 Coolidge, Oak Park.
Mrs. Jeffrey has just returned
from a trip to Israel. Consul Gen-
eral Barmore will bring Israel
17th anniversary greetings.
The gathering will launch the
Israel Bond spring campaign.
The dinner meeting is for mem-
bers of the executive board and
of the Israel Bond honor societies.

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