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August 06, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-06

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M/S Es-tier Now Sailing for Zim Lines

Brevities

ED KASPARIN, president of
Northland Ford Motors, Green-
field and 10 Mile, announces the
appointment of ROBERT B. CAR-
PENTER ADVERTISING, Inc. as
advertising, merchandising and
public relations counsel.

*

The 3,000-deadweight-ton cargo motorship "Esther," the first
ocean-going merchant vessel built in Israel since the reign of King
Solomon, is now a busy member of the Zim Lines fleet and is
plying on the company's service between Israel and Europe, it was
reported by the American-Israel Shipping Co., Inc., 42 Broadway,
New York, U.S. representative of Zim Lines. The "Esther," built by
Israel Shipyards Ltd., of Haifa, was launched April 7, 1964, and
delivered to her owners April 11, 1965. She is the 65th vessel in
the Zim Lines fleet and will be followed by two more Israel-built
sister-ships, the M/S Hanna, to be launched shortly at Haifa and an
as yet un-named vessel. The "Esther" is one of a class of seven
sisterships ordered by the Zim Lines, three of which were built or
are building in Israel and four in Holland. The latter, the motorships
"Lea," "Miriam," "Rivka" and "Sara," named for Biblical matri-
archs, have all been delivered as have two similar but slightly larger
Dutch-built motorships, the "Dvora" and "Rachel." The Israel Ship-
yards Ltd., which is expanding its work staff, is now capable of build-
ing ships of up to 7,000 deadweight tons. It is the only modern
shipyard in the Near East.



Fresh Air
Society
Will Elect Board
at Camp Tamarack Annual Meeting

The Fresh Air Society, the
Jewish Welfare Federation mem-
ber agency that has been provid-
ing camping vacations for Detroit
children for more than a half
century, will elect 24 community
leaders to membership on the
board of directors at its annual
meeting 1 p.m. Aug. 15 at Camp
Tamarack, Ortonville. President
Dr. Peter G. Shifrin made the
announcement.
Nominated for re-election for a
three-year term are: A. Arnold
Agree, Jay W. Allen, Harvey A.
Gordon, Mrs. Samuel Rands, Har-
old Weiss and Sidney J. Winer.
For election for a three-year
term: Mrs. I. Irving Bittker, Mrs
Samuel Chapin, Sol Kurtzman,
Arthur Rodecker, Mrs. Emil T.
Stern, Mrs. Asher Tilchin and
Robert Tr epeck.
For election for a one-year
term: Ivan Boesky, Mrs. Arnold E.
Frank, Dr. Ben Gutow, Miles
Jaffe, Robert Kasle, David Mon-
dry, Mrs. Lawrence Seltzer, Mrs.
Victor Shiffman, Robert Stein-
berg, Dr. Marcus Sugarman and
Norman Wachler.
Members of the nominating
committee are Dr. Irving Pos-
ner, chairman, Dr. Perry Gold-
man, Harvey A. Gordon, Max-
well E. Katzen and Mrs.
Samuel Rands.
On the same day, the Society
and Tamarack Authority will dedi-
cate the following buildings:
Mina and Theodore Bargman
Arts and Crafts Building, Samuel
and Mollie Burtman Staff Hous-
ing, Edith and Arnold E. Frank
Administration Building, Samuel
Frankel Pioneer Unit, Merwin
Grosberg Pioneer Unit, Camp
Kennedy—honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Edward C. Levy; Syd Levison
Village and Judge Robert S. Marx
Cabin.
A bus tour of the camp will be
held at 1 p.m.
Camp Tamarack really began
in 1902 when a group of young
Jewish women took immigrant
children to Belle Isle for
picnics. In 1908, the group
rented a cottage in Windsor for

acre site on Blaine Lake near
Brighton in 1925. The first season
opened in 1927, and the camp has
operated to capacity and beyond
for thousands of children since
that time.
In 1950, Tamarack, a 587-acre
site, was purchased in northern
Oakland County, 45 miles from
Detroit. The Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration has since acquired an
additional 124 acres, bringing the
total to 711.

JWV Activities

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST recently elected the follow-
ing officers for the coming term:
commander, Robert Goldman;
senior vice commander, Sam Al-
pert; junior vice commander, Dr.
Albert Globerman; adjutants, Mor-
ris Disner and Joseph Krause;
quartermaster, Theodore Kamin-
sky; chaplain, Seymour Shulman;
trustees. Charles Glass, Harry
Friedman and Raymond Weiss;
and service officer, Raymond
Weiss. The Post meets the first
and third Thursday of each month
at the Oak Park Community Cen-
ter. The next meeting of the Yetz-
Cohen Auxiliary will be held 8
p.m. Monday at the home of Shir-
ley Selick, 21911 Fern, Oak Park.
For tickets and information on the
JWV Moonlight Cruise 9 p.m. Aug.
18, call Senior Vice President Sar-
ah Kaminsky, LI. 4-1781.

*

*

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN AUX-
ILIARY will hold its annual
wiener roast 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the home of President Mrs. Abe
Tompkins, 31829 Gable, Livonia.
For reservations, call Mrs. Sidney
Silver, LI 8-0385.

Technical Education Unit
In Quebec Seeks 2 Jews

MONTREAL (JTA) — The Ca-
nadian Jewish Congress was re-
quested by the Superior Council of
Education in Quebec to suggest the
mothers and children. Four
the names of two persons for con-
years later, the group, now
known as the Fresh Air So- sideration for appointment as mem-
bers of the Council's Commission
ciety, opened the first Jewish
Community Camp along Lake on Pre-University and Technical
Education.
St. Clair.
The commission, being set up by
Through the generosity of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin C. Rosenthal, the the Council, will be an advisory
Fresh Air Society obtained a 55- body. The members of the com-
mission will sit on the commission
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
as individuals, and not as repre-
24—Friday, August 6, 1965
sentatives of any special group.

* *

DALIAH LAVI, 20-year-old Is-
raeli actress reared in a kibbutz
near Haifa, was chosen for the
part of "The Girl" in the film
"LORD JIM" after a two-year
globe-trotting talent hunt by Rich-
ard Brooks, writer and director.
Miss Lavi portrays Joseph Con-
rad's Eurasian heroine in the film,
starring Peter O'Toole, which
opened Wednesday at the Mer-
cury, Michigan and Woods the-
aters.
* * *
The MICHIGAN ASSOC' A-
TION OF AIRPORT MANAGERS
is seeking articles on aviation from
1964-65 daily or weekly Michigan
newspapers. Two awards will be
made at the 13th Annual Michigan
Aeronautics Conference. Articles
may be news, feature, editorial
or pictorial, and must be sub-
mitted by Sept. 1 to Donald J.
Weisbaum, chairman of the awards
committee, Michigan Association
of Airport Managers, Reynolds
Municipal Airport, 3846 Wildwood,
Jackson, Mich. 49202.

*

* *

TV personalities Sonny Eliot,
Johnny Ginger and Pat Morris will
cavort in the farcical "LADIES'
NIGHT IN A TURKISH BATH,"
through Sunday at Northland Play-
house. "Ladies' Night in a Turkish
Bath" will be followed by the mu-
sical favorite, "Student Prince,"
starring Elaine Malbin and Robert
Simpson, opening Tuesday. The
Children's Musical Theater will
present the fantasy "Invisible In-
dian Chief" 2 p.m. Saturday with
a dancing bear in the cast.
*
*
Dr. Victor E. Frankl's classic
work on logotherapy, THE DOC-
TOR AND THE SOUL, was re-
cently published by Knopf in a
revised edition. Included in this
second edition is an entirely new
chapter, titled: "Logotherapy as
a Psychotherapeutic Technique."
Dr. Frankl is director of the
Neurological Polyclinic of Vienna
and has been president of the
Austrian Society of Medical Psy-
chotherapy. He is also professor of
neurology and psychiatry at the
University of Vienna and frequent-
ly lectures in the United States.

Mizrachi Hatzair Leader,
Avi Schwartz, to Spend
Year of Study in Israel

Realtors Join Community Councils
in Attempt to Solve Integration Woes

tegration in the area is to open
other parts of the city where Ne-
groes can buy homes.

Local realtor William Gross and
the new group he heads, the In-
dependent Real Estate Brokers'
Association, have started efforts
to work closely with community
councils in the area.
Gross, of Gross Realty Co., said
his group would meet with com-
munity councils in an attempt to
reach agreement on how much
solicitation i t s member - brokers
could do.
Homeowners in the Northwest
area have charged realty agents
with blockbusting tactics and at-
tempting to turn the section into
a "Negro-ghetto."
Gross' organization is working
through the Detroit Commission
on Community Relations to set
up meetings so that standards
can be arranged by real estate
men and councils.
The association also hopes to
bring the entire problem of Negro-
white housing to the attention of
the state government and will work
for changes in the fair neighbor-
hood practices ordinance. Section
K of that ordinance regulates the
solicitation of homeowners by real
estate salesmen.
Gross admitted that there are
tactics being used to intimidate
residents into leaving changing
neighborhoods, but ,"we do not
condone these tactics in our own
business and we strongly suspect
that the entire situation has be-
come too highly emotionally
charged." He said prices for homes
have remained firm in the area.
Another realtor, Ralph Miller of
Miller Brothers Realty, suggested
that the best way to preserve in-

A record total of 850 entries is
expected this year in the Dairy
and Dual Purpose Cattle depart-
ment of the Michigan State Fair,
which runs from Aug. 27 through
Sept. 6.

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Avi Schwartz, president of the
intercollegiate group of Mizrachi
Hatzair for the past two years, has
been selected to study for a year
in Israel.
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive di-
rector of Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamilz-
rachi, together with Rabbi Mar-
shall Goldman, youth director, an-
nounced he would study at Machon
Gold, Leaders Training Institute
in Israel.
Schwartz, a delegate of Mizrachi
Hatzair to the Zionist Youth Coun-
cil of Detroit, has been active in
the metropolitan Detroit area and
led in formation of Mizrachi youth
groups in Windsor.
This year, 20 children will be
going to Camp Moshava in Wild-
rose, Wis.; two of them on schol-
arships.

• Sport Coats

Handleman Company
Names New Directors

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Joseph Handleman, who reached
the age of 60 last week, was named
chairman of the board of Handle-
man Drug Co.
Suceeding him as president is
his brother, Paul Handleman. His
other two brothers, David and Moe,
became executive vice president
and secretary-treasurer of the firm,
respectively.
Gains in profits were reported
at the company's annual meeting.

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