Labor Zionist-Landsmanshaften Drive ZOA Convention
Nets $225,000 in Israel Bond Sales Reviews Israeli,
NEW YORK—The 68th annual
convention of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America opened Thurs-
day at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
with the participation of some
1,000 delegates and alternates
from all parts of the country.
The opening session was high-
lighted by the presidential address
of Dr. Max Nussbaum, in which
the outgoing ZOA President re-
viewed the problems confronting
the future of the Zionist move-
ment, the position of world Jewry
and the role of American Zionists
in the efforts to combat the cul-
tural disintegration of the Ameri-
can Jewish community.
Guest speakers included Israel
Ambassador Avrah am Ha r man,
Senator Jacob K. Javits and Mayor
Robert F. Wagner.
Devoted to the theme "Israel
and Zionism—Partners in Jewish
Survival," the four-day sessions
will be marked by discussions and
action on all vital issues encom-
passed in the program of the Zion-
For the first time in 25 years
the convention will, at its Friday
morning session, discuss and
vote upon a basic revision of the
At the rally honoring labor Zionist movement pioneers and
participating landsmanshaften are (from left), seated: Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver, honorary chairman; Nahum Shamir, Israel economic min-
ister to the United States, and Marris Lieberman, testimonial chair-
man; standing, Louis E. Levitan, Israel Bond director; Meyer L.
Brown, honorary president of Farband, and Harry L. Schumer, cam-
paign chairman. The affair culminated the Labor Zionist Movement-
Landsmanshaften Israel Bond campaign, which resulted in Israel
Bond subscriptions totaling $225,000. An audience of 400 attended
the celebration at the Labor Zionist Institute.
June 12: To Mr. and Mrs
Michael Luck o f f (Jane Alene
Fleishman), 13332 Ludlow, Hunt-
ington Woods, a daughter, Nancy
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June 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Katz (Naomi Landsman), 29746
June 25 — To Dr. and Mrs. Lamar Lane, Livonia, a son, Allen
Richard M. Brown (Sharon Freed- Sander.
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man), 21693 Stratford Ct., Oak
Park, a son, Joel Kevin.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
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Sandweiss (Judie Litvin), 27815 E.
June 25 — To Dr. and Mrs. Larkmoor, Southfield, a son,
Frederick Minkow (Milli Golden) Michael Lawrence.
of Denver, formerly of Oak Park,
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a son, David Erwin.
June 1—To Rabbi and Mrs. Me-
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To former Detroiter nachem Mendal Katz (Sherill N.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Polk (Jane Cohen), 17377 Wisconsin, a daugh-
Katz) of Buffalo, a daughter, Elyse ter, Chana Devorah.
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June 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Louis
June 21 — To Mr. and Mrs. Morris (Myrna Cousens), 24388
Michael Nosanchuk (Laurie Pant- Scotia, Oak Park, a daughter,
zer), 4345 Crooks, Royal Oak, a Maureen Elise.
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son, Bruce David.
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May 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
June 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Resnick (Sandra Gold-
Bernard Rutman (Esther Zwick) farb), 15340 Steel, a son, Michael
of Cleveland, formerly of Detroit, Steven.
a daughter, Karen Renee.
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HOWELL GLYNNE has been
June 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Saul signed as Dr. Bartolo in the Strat-
S. Chudnow (Sharon Mondshine), ford Festival's production of "The
15041 Marlow, Oak Park, a son,
Marriage of Figaro," the same role
he played last year. The Mozart
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work which opens Tuesday will be
one of the main features of the
festival's music program which be-
gins today with the north Amer-
ican premiere of the Kurt Weill-
Bertolt Brecht contemporary ope-
ra "Mahoganny." The two operas
will play in repertory at the Avon
Theater until Aug. 28. Directed by
Jean Gascon, who is also staging
"Mahoganny," "Figaro" was de-
signed by Mark Negin and has
musical direction by Mario Ber-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, July 2, 1965
The Friday sessions-will be de-
voted to discussion of the theme
of public affairs by Rabbi Arthur
Hertzberg of Englewood, N. J.,
Harry Torczyner, Eliahu Ben-
Horin and Arnold Ginsburg.
"Religion in Israel" will be the
theme of the Friday night Oneg
The Saturday night plenary ses-
sion devoted to problems facing
the World Zionist movement will
be presided over by Jacques Tor-
czyner, chairman of the national
executive council of the ZOA.
Congressman Ogden It. Reid,
former American Ambassador to
Israel, will be the guest speaker
at the convention breakfast dedi-
cated to the ZOA foundation and
presided over by Abraham Good-
The convention will conclude
with a banquet in honor of the
outgoing president, Dr. Nussbaum.
Dr. Emanuel Neumann will be
toastmaster. The speakers will be
the newly-elected president, and
Aaron Riche, dean of the Zionists
on the West Coast.
Sammy Davis Jr. will deliver a
tribute in songs.
DETROIT POST AND AUXIL-
IARY will service patients at Ann
Arbor Veterans Hospital Wednes-
day. A picnic luncheon will be
served. Fannie Kaplan is hospital
chairman and Hannah Seinwel is
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YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8 p.m. July 12 at the home of
Mollie Bloom, 10651 Saratoga,
Oak Park. Jean Friedman, UN 2-
4608, is accepting volunteers to as-
sist with. a party in July at the
D. J. Healy Home.
HERBERT ARONSSON was
elected to the board of Babson
Instiute Alumni Association.
GEORGE A. M. GELBERMAN,
18437 Wisconsin, will supervise a
Mizrachi Hotzair group on an
eight-week guided tour of Israel
as part of the 17th annual Israel
Summer Institute program July
5-Aug. 26. Gelberman teaches at
the Bnai David Hebrew School and
is an active member of the Yeshi-
vath Beth Yehudah Alumni Asso-
ciation, as well as being vice pres-
ident of the Art Education Alumni
Association of Wayne State Uni-
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Carmi M. Slomovitz, president
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troit, announces the following
chairmen appointments for 1965-
Aliyah, Dr. Simon Dolin and
Louis E. Levitan; Balfour concert,
Dr. Alex S. Friedlaender; budget,
Dr. Maxwell M. Hoffman; hospi-
tality, Mrs. Sanford A. Bennett
and Mrs. Alex S. Friediaender;
house, Ruben Dubrinsky; invest-
m•n• club, M. Ben Lewis; life
membership, M. Ben Lewis; Mas-
ada, Robert J. Eisenberg; member-
ship, Dr. Sanford A. Bennett;
membership retention, Dr. Ber-
nard Weston; Michigan Region,
Rabbi Moses Lehrman; program,
Richard B. Kramer and James
Hack; publicity, Mrs. I. Walter
Silver; public relations, Louis Pan-
ush and Lawrence Crohn; youth,
Reuben Young; ZOA Foundation,
Richard B. Kramer; Zionist House,
Walter L. Field, president; Abra-
ham Borman, vice president; Har-
ry Cohen, treasurer; and David M.
Members interested in serving
on any committees may contact
the Zionist House, 353-3636.
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