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September 24, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Israel's best bet in women's
swimming in the Maccabiah games
is a 17-year-old Czech immigrant,
Yvonne Tovis, who has established
four Israel national records in the
past three months.

Now

Heated NYC Mayoralty Campaign

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, September 24, 1965

May the New Year Be Filled
With Health, Happiness and
Peace For All °

Harry, Leonard and Larry Warsh
and Families

2 SER O V F E UY SOT IJO I

RASKIN FOOD COMPANY

Sponsors of the "Raskin Big Baby Bonus"

HANK
NEW



•.:

17

PAUL NEWMAN

WE'RE THE DODGE BOYS
THAT SAVE YOU CASH!

PAUL NEWMAN'S

$ PA ItTA N Dodge

tin
41;

New York City City Comptroller Abraham D. Beame (center)
faces strong opposition from Rep. John V. Lindsay, his Republican-
Liberal opponent for the office of New York mayor, at the Nov. 2
election.
* * *.
A heated campaign is ensuing
for the mayoralty of New York
City between Abraham D. Beame
CATERERS, BARS and
and John V. Lindsay.
RESTAURANTS
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
USED DISHES, POTS & PANS
phrey has let it be known that he
FOR SALE!

g, ■ *

ATTENTION .. .

211 S. SAGINAW, PONTIAC/LI. 9-6161

gsrael A)nci

Congre g ational and

CALL MT. CLEMENS
HOward 8-4271

Wigh, Wol y aty

Isaac Kahn

Sincere Best Wishes
For A Year of Health and Happiness
To Our
Friends and Customers

MICHIGAN BANK

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

19201 Livernois corner Cambridge
13403 W. 7 Mile, Blk. E. of Schaefer
And Offices Throughout Greater Detroit

Wonor eNoll

Humphrey

PARTICIPATING CONGREGATIONS
PRESIDENT
RABBI
SYNAGOGUE
Harry J. Goldberg
Jacob E. Segal
Adas Shalom
Sanford Gordon
Seymour M. Panitz
Ahavas Achim
Adas Yeshurun
Joseph Sulkes
Benjamin H. Gorrelick
Beth Aaron
Dr. Robert Schlaff %.4'
Israel I. Halpern
Beth Abraham
Stanley Ellias PM
Beth Isaac—Trenton __
Hyman H. Karp 1
Manuel Neiman
Beth Joseph—
Anshey Ruzhin
Pi
Dr. Manuel Feldman
A. Irving Schnipper
Beth Moses
Frank Nelson ii.
Mordecai Halpern
Beth Shalom
Beth Tefiloh
Morris Dorn
Leizer Levin
Emanuel Tikvah
Meyer Levin
Joshua Spiro
Beth Yehudah
Jack J. Kraizman
Hayim Donin
B'nai David
Ernest L. Citron ti.
Israel Flam
B'nai Israel
Charles Vikser
I. Isaac
B'nai Jacob
Nathan Sharon
Moses Lehrman
B'nai Moshe
Nathan Wolok
Solomon H. Gruskin
B'nai Zion
George Bass
Downtown Synagogue __Noah M. Gamze
Isidore Sosnick
Ezras Achim-
Turover Temple
Benoit Gorge
Gemiluth Chassodim __Joel Litke
Livonia Jewish
Dr. Sylvan J. Ginsburgh .... Stanley Finkelstein
Congregation
Mishkan Israel-
Nusach Harie-
Rabbi Moshe Palter
Lubavitcher Center__Jacob Kranz
Mogen Abraham—
Max Kaplan
Solomon P. Wohlg-elernter
Beth Jacob
Joseph Bolberor
Leo Y. Goldman
Shaarey Shomayim
Louis Berry
Morris Adler, Irwin Groner
Shaarey Zedek
Isadore Levin
Sholem Flam
Shomrey Emunah
Samuel Gaft
David Jesse!
Temple Beth Am
Sidney J. Karbel
Richard C. Hertz
Temple Beth El
Dr. Warren Eder
Milton Rosenbaum
Temple Emanuel
Harry L. Pliskow
Leon From, Robert Syme
Temple Israel
Young Israel
Sanford Eisenberg
Joshua Sperka
Greenfield
Young Israel
Rudolph Kar
Samuel H. Prero
Northwest
Young Israel
Sol Lessman
James I. Gordon
Oak Woods

Lindsay

will actively support Beame for
the mayoralty, that to help elect
him he will "walk the streets, ring
doorbells and do whatever else is
necessary."
Issues involving accusation of
appeals to the Jewish vote already
have been raised.
Beame is the first Jew to be
nominated for Mayor of New York.
Lindsay has the support of a
number of liberals.

50-Year Law
Practitioners
to Get Honors

rr

A group of men who have in
active practice of law for 50 years
will be honored Thursday at the
annual convention of the State Bar
of Michigan at the Sheraton Cadi-
llac Hotel.
Among those who will be honored
will be Aaron Droock, Seymour
J. Frank, Morris Garvett, Louis
Danziner and Samuel Reiss.
Members of the Detroit College
of Law class of 1915 who recently
passed away included Aaron Fell-
man, Fred A. Ginsburg and Abra-
ham Srere.
A reception is being arranged
for noon Thursday in honor of the
50-year lawyers and their wives.
Appropriate certificates and lapel
pins will be presented to each of
the lawyers.

GUEST SPEAKERS
ZVI KOLITZ
IRA HIRSCHMANN
YEHUDA HELLMAN
David I. Berris, David J. Cohen, Hy Crystal, Dr. Jacob Goldman,
Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick, Lawrence Gubow, Rabbi Max Kapustin,
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, Judge Nathan J. Kaufman, Richard B. Kramer,
.. Morris Lieberman, Emanuel Mark, Councilman Mel J. Ravitz, Max
••• Schulzinger, Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Sidney Shevitz, Max Sosin, Rabbi
Joshua Sperka, Isadore Starr, Zvi Tomkiewicz, Melvin Weisz, Abra-
ham L. Zwerdling.

Indian Jewish Officer
Lays Down Life in Action
on Border With Pakistan

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)

EL
AL ISRAEL AIRUNEgi
s ni
1 7M
REUVEN GOLDSTEIN

District Sales Manager

The Detroit El Al Offices extends
heartiest greetings on the New Year
to the entire community. The El Al
Office will be closed on the two days
of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur.

1327 David Stott Bldg.
Tel.: 963 7626/7/8

-

ksw

BOMBAY — The memory of
Col. Joseph Ephraim Jhirad, a
Jewish officer killed Sept. 17 in
action appinst Pakistan was hon-
ored Wednesday by the Bombay
Central Jewish Board.
H. Cynocicz, president of the
board, said that Col. Jhirad was a
"Faithful Son" of the Jewish peo-
ple of India who served his coun-
try bravely and "laid down his
life defending Its integrity and
freedom."
The board, meanwhile, assured
Prime Minister Shastri of the full-
est support of Indian Jews to the
government "to repel any agress-
ion." Special prayers for security
and peace will be preached in all
synagogues at the High Holy Days,
the board said.

••

CONGREGATIONAL AND HIGH HOLY DAY COUNCIL
Chairman
PHILLIP STOLLMAN
Co-Chairman
NORMAN ALLAN
Co-Chairman
JUDGE NATHAN J. KAUFMAN
Co-Chairman
MAX SOSIN
Co-Chairman
MORRIS J. BRANDWINE
In addition to Speakers, Presidents, and Rabbis of participating con-
gregations, the committee includes:
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman, Rev. Hyman J. Adler, Reuben Axelrod,
Norman Blake, Harry L. Blitz, David Bodzin, Jay Bodzin, Morris J.
Brandwine, Phillip Chapnick, Harry Citrin, Harry Cohen, Hy Crystal,
Jonas Dworin, Harry Eskin, Isaac M. Faxstein, Dr. Manuel Feldman,
Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman, William Genser, Nathaniel H. Goldstick, Joe
Gorman, Sam Gottlieb, Menashe Haar, Morris Karbal, Joseph Katchke,
Samuel Katkin, Sam Kaufer, Judge George D. Kent, Nathan King,
Morris Ben Lewis, Jack Lieberman, William Liberson, Hyman Lipsitz,
Erry Loewenthal, Sam Maze, Samuel Novetsky, Sol Nusbaum, Max
Osnos, Sam Platt, Dr. & Mrs. Harry Portnoy, Melville Richman, Alex
Roberg, N. P. Rossen, Julius Rotenberg, Dr. Robert Schlaff, David
Schoichit, Jack Shenkman, Ben W. Siegal, David Silver, Max Sosin,
George Spoon, Max Spoon, Isadore Starr, Max Stollman, Herman
Strassburger, Norman Sukenic, Henry Thumin, Julian S. Tobias, Zvi
Tomkiewicz, Melvin Volin, Meyer Weingarden, William J. Weinstein,
Melvin Weisz, Sam Zack.

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