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June 11, 1965 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Detroit Zionists Inaugurate New Zionist House
in Southfield; Officers Are Chosen at Meeting

Detroit Zionists were introduced
Tuesday evening to the quarters
which will be the new Zionist
House, at 18501 W. 10 Mile Rd., in
Southfield, at the annual meeting.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, retiring
president, who presided, expressed
pride in the new achievements of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit.

Israel Expected to Announce Name
of A. Ben Nathan as Envoy to Bonn

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Rolf Pauls, a senior Bonn official,
to The Jewish News)
ris Mendelson, Dr. Eugene Plous, brief address upon conclusion of
JERUSALEM — A. Ben Nathan, as envoy because of his record in
George Spoon and Dr. Ted Win- the evening's program, which in- director general of the Israeli de- the German Army during World
shall were re-elected board mem- cluded the showing of the Xerox fense ministry, was reported Wed- War II. However, it was reported
bers for a three-year term.
film "Let My People Go," Carmi nesday to be Israel's choice as unofficially from Bonn that there
New board members elected for Slomovitz pointed to the new role first ambassador to West Ger- was no candidate under consider-
a three-year term are Dr. Sanford of Zionism in Jewish life — as an many. A formal announcement ation for the ambassadorial post
A. Bennett, James A. Hack, Earl inspiration for revived cultural was understood to be awaiting the other than Pauls and that even
Hordes, Dr. Louis L. Kazdan, Sher- activities among Jews and as the notification from West Germany
candidacy had not been an-
man Shapiro, Judge Burton R. major force to strengthen the of its first ambassador to Israel. his
nounced officially.
Shifman, Herzl B. Shur, David links between Israel and the
It was reported that Israel had
Silver, Mrs. I. Walter Silver, Can- Diaspora.
rejected the proposed selection of
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Bernard Weston.
Judge Kaufman, in his annual
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report, reveiwed the last year's
activities and took special pride
in the acquisition of the new Zion-
ist House on 10 Mile at Southfield.
Supplementing his report as
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chairman of the nominating com- 4(
mittee, Morris
Jacobs praised
Judge Kauf-
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as Z 0 D presi-
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Jacobs pre-
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Kaufman with
an engraved
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for his services. Judge Kaufman
Accepting the presidency, in a

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HONORING

THE PIONEERS OF THE LABOR ZIONIST MOVEMENT
AND PARTICIPATING LANDSMANSHAFTEN

CARMI M. SLOMOVITZ

He recalled the acquisition of the
first Zionist House on Linwood and
the purchase of the presently-used
office quarters on Southfield and
10 Mile Rd., and reported on the
purchase of the Lutheran Church
where Tuesday evening's ZOD
meeting was held and which is now
being transformed into the new Benjamin Lieberman,
Zionist House.
Communal Leader,
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While the annual meeting was
held in the new Zionist House, for- Dept. Store Owner, Dies
Benjamin D. Lieberman, a
mal dedication of the building will
take place later this year, Judge leader in several Jewish com- 4(
munal organizations, died Tues-
Kaufman announced.
Carmi M. Slomovitz was elected day. He was 78.
Mr. Lieberman, 660 Whitmore, -K
president of ZOD to succeed Judge
was
owner of the Lieberman De-
Kaufman, who was elected chair-
Store on Joseph Cam-
man of the executive committee. partment
pau for 50 years. He also was a *
M. Ben Lewis was named honorary director of Oakland Mortgage Co.
vice president. Dr.- Alex S. Fried- and Wyn Shields Corporation. *
laender, Richard B. Kramer and
Chairman of the
Louis Panush were elected vice
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presidents; Reuben Young, secre-
vision, Allied
tary; and Dr. Maxwell M. Hoffman,
Jewish Cam- *
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NAHUM SHAMIR

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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MRS. MORRIS L. SCHAVER

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'HARRY L. SCHUMER

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Brandeis' 14th commencement *
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A New Voice of Israel

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THURSDAY, JUNE 24-8:30 P.M.

Morris L. Schauer Auditorium

Labor Zionist Institute

Refreshments
15c per person

For Reservations Call
DI 1-5101 or DI 1-0669

Auspices: Labor Zionist Movement—Landsmanshaften Israel Bond Committee

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