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September 17, 1965 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-17

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Edward G. Robinson and National Israel Bond
Leaders Join in Tribute to Tom Borman Oct. 3

The spotlight of national atten- and his brother Al. There is also
tion will be on Detroit Oct. 3, a Borman branch of the United
when one of the greatest actors Hebrew Schools. He has also part-
of our time and leading national
Israel Bond personality will be
here to participate in the Israel
Freedom Award dinner to be given,
at Cobo Hall, in honor of Torn
Borman.
All attendance records are ex-
pected to be broken at this din-
ner, being sponsored by the De-
troit Israel Bond Committee.
Edward G. Robinson, actor of
the screen and the Broadway
theater, who is known for his aid
to Israel and to many humani-
tarian causes, will be a special
guest at the dinner honoring Bor-
man. Robinson will be making his
first visit to Detroit in 13 years
especially to join in the tribute.
Louis H. Boyar of Los Angeles,
chairman of the national board of
governors, a n d
Dr. Joseph J.
EDWAR.D G. ROBINSON
Schwartz of New
York, vice presi-
icipated in financing the Borman
dent of the Israel
lectures on the Near East at
Bond Organiza-
Wayne State University and has
tion, will be
aided several schools and cal-
among the dis-
leges. He is a governor of the
tinguished speak-
Detroit Jewish Welfare Federa-
ers at the pre-
tion, director of Sinai Hospital
sentation of the
and the Detroit Service Group,
Israel Freedom
and a member of the national
Medal to Bor- Boyar
board of governors of the Israel
man in recognition of his dedi- Bond Organization.
cated service to Detroit, America
Boyar, who succeeded the late
and Israel and to the strengthen- Dr. Abba Hillel Silver as chairman
ing of freedom and democracy at of the national board of governors
home and abroad.
of the Israel Bond Organization,
The toastmaster at the dinner has served as national chairman
will be Max M. Fisher, a national of trustees, and was for several
chairman of the United Jewish years chairman of the Los Angeles
Appeal and chairman of the ex- Committee for Israel Bonds. He
ecutive committee of the Detroit has been advance gifts chairman
Jewish Welfare Federation.
of the Los Angeles United Jewish
The Freedom Medal was struck Welfare Fund, and national vice
by the State of Israel to com- chairman of the UJA trades and
memorate the heroic last stand by professions council. He is chair-
Jewish men, women and children man of the board of Israel In-
hopelessly outnumbered by super- vestors Corporation. As a memorial
ior forces of Roman legionnaires to his late wife, who was leader
at the fortress of Masada in Judea in work for - Israel, he established
1900 years ago. The Jewish def- the Mae Boyar Children's Home
enders chose to die in freedom and School in Israel and the
Boyar-Kling Arthritis Clinic.
rather than to live in captivity.
Dr. Schwartz, vice president of
Borman is known for his many
philanthropies. A new Home for the Israel Bond Organization since
the Aged, on Seven Mile Road and 1955, has been the pivotal force
Sutherland, will be named the in raising the sights of the Israel
Borman Hall in honor of him Bond drive to unprecedented an-
nual results, with the goal of $85,-
000,000 in Israel Bonds surpassed
in 1964 and a goal of $100,000,-
000 for this year. Prior to assum-
OFFICIAL 1965
i n g leadership
of the Israel
CLEARANCE SALE
Bond Organiza-
We Have
tion, he served
100 Oldsmobiles
as executive
vice chairman of
THAT MUST BE
and directed the
SOLD!
the United Jew-
HUGE DISCOUNTS !
ish Appeal for
41/2 years. From
NO REASONABLE
1938 through
OFFER REJECTED !
1950 he w a s
director general
"Try ME!'
of the Joint Dis-
tribution C o m-
EDMOND OLDS
mittee in Europe,
12101 JOSEPH CAMPAU
Schwartz
and directed the
Just Minutes away via

transfer to Israel of more than
500,000 Jews from distressed areas
in Europe, North Africa and the
Middle East. For his efforts in
behalf of refugees, he was awarded
the Legion of Honor of France
and was decorated by Poland and
Hungary. Last year, the state of
Israel presented him with the
Illegal Immigration Award. Also
last year, Dr. Schwartz received
the Scopus Award of the Hebrew
University.
Other distinguished participants
at the Israel Freedom Award din-
ner in tribute to Borman include
Rabbi Morris Adler, Rabbi Jacob
E. Segal, David Safran, the in-
coming general chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Committee;
Charles Grosberg, trustee chair-
man; Phillip Stollman, steering
committee chairman; Mrs. Morris
L. Schaver, Women's Division
chairman; Rabbi Moses Lehrman
and Rabbi Israel I. Halpern. The
anthems will be led by Marjorie
Gordon, accompanied by Mrs.
Norman Allan.
Reservations for the dinner can
be made by calling the Israel Bond
Office, DI 1-5707.

Eshkol Appointment Upsets Politicians

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish

News)
JERUSALEM — Premier Levi
Eshkol's surprise appointment of
Isser Harel, former Israeli intel-
ligence chief, as his general advisor
evoked a political storm in Israel
Wednesday.
The appointment of Harel, who
led Israel's search for Nazi killer
Adolf Eichmann and who was
ousted two years ago as chief of
Israel's secret security services in
a dispute with then-Premier David
Ben-Gurion, brought him into the
public eye for the first time. Pub-
lication of his name as security
chief had been officially forbidden.
In the debate over handling the
problem of West German scientists
working on advanced weapons sys-
tems for Egypt, Ben-Gurion fa-
vored minimal protests to avoid

embarrassing the West German re-
gime with which he was negotiating
for arms for Israel. Harel favored
vigorous measures, including a
press campaign.
Harel was forced out after an Is-
raeli government employe was ar-
rested in Switzerland on charges
of threatening the daughter of
one of the West German scien-
tists.
The opposition parties, including
Ben-Gurion's Independent Israel
Workers List, charged that the ap-
pointment amounted to dragging
Israel's intelligence affairs into
party politics. Harel, as the pre-
mier's general adviser, will over-
see both military and nonmilitary
intelligence. It was reported that
after the election, if Premier Esh-
kol wins, he will be named direc-
tor general of the premier's office.

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Landing of First Jews
in America Is Marked

NEW YORK (JTA) — Sen.
Jacob K. Javits, New York Repub-
lican, called on American Jews
to play a greater role in the war
on poverty. Addressing a gathering
marking the landing of the first
Jews in America, 311 years ago,
Sen. Javits said that "Jews, who
have - exhibited a kind of genius
in dealing with social welfare
problems among their co-religion-
ists, must now turn this talent
toward aiding other groups among
the disadvantaged."
Earlier, in a ceremony at Bat-
tery Park, a wreath was laid be-
fore a memorial to the 23 original
Jewish settlers who landed in what
was then New Amsterdam from
Brazil in September 1654.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
12—Friday, September 17, 1965

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