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October 29, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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June Valli to Star at Dinner-Dance
Planned by Businessmen's Group

The D et r o i t Businessmen's
Group, City of Hope, champagne
dinner-dance Nov. 20 at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel will be high-
lighted by the
appearance of
television singer,
June Valli. Miss
Valli, whose re-
cordings have
topped the mil-
lions, has ap-
peared on TV
with Bob Hope,
Alan King, Ar-
thur Godfrey and
Miss Valli
Ed Sullivan.
A popular performer at the
country's most fashionable hotels,
from the Cocoanut Grove in Los
Angeles to the Concord in New
York, she won rave reveiws in a

concert tribute to Irving Berlin in
New York's Lewisohn Stadium.
Appearing with Miss Valli will
be comedian Bob Melvin, an ex-
gag writer whose tour with Sammy
Davis Jr. won
him the plaudits
of many audien-
ces.
A top Holly-
wood personality
will be the sur-
prise guest of the
affair. Past
guestS have been
Lana Turner,
Jayne Mansfield,
Mr. Melvin
Barbara Stan-
wyck, Robert Cummings and Marie
Wilson.
Music for dancing will be played
by Hal Gordon and his orchestra.

Adolph Held Is Re-Elected National President
of Jewish Labor Committee at Jubilee Convention

WASHINGTON — Adolph Held f pledged to conduct an intensive
of New York was re-elected na- campaign for "the long-overdue
tional president of the Jewish La- United States ratification of the
bor Committee at the concluding UN • Human Rights and Genocide
session of its 30th jubilee conven- Treaties;" called for a broad labor-
tion at the Mayflower Hotel. David liberal coalition to complete the
Dubinsky, president of the Inter- "goal of the civil rights revolu-
national Ladies Garment Workers tion;" and condemned Soviet anti-
Union, was re-elected treasurer. Semitism.
The delegates took cognizance of
Jacob T. Zukerman, president of
the Workmen's Circle, was elected the radical right and neo-Nazism
to the newly created post of first in the United States, South Amer-
vice president, and Charles S. ica and Europe and of apartheid
Zimmerman, vice president of the in South Africa and Rhodseia.
International Ladies Garment
Increased Potash Income
Workers Union from New York,
was elected chairman of the strat-
Isreal's Dead Sea Works is ex-
egy and policy-making national porting this year a total of $18,000,-
administrative committee.
000 worth of potash compared with
The more than 500 delegates $8,000,000 exported during the
from every section of the country previous year.

,

Try and Stop Me

By BENNETT CERF

HOLEM ALEICHEM, whose stories form the basis for
that musical hit of hits, "Fiddler on the Roof," was taken
as a youth to the dressing room of a famous star. Thirty
years later, now a big

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success in his own right,
the two met again. The
now very old star recog-
nized Aleichem and burst
into tears. "Why are you
crying?" demanded Alei-
chem. The old star snuf-
fled into his handker-
chief and explained, "I
weep, dear friend, be-
cause your face has
grown so lined and your
hair so gray!"
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MONOLOGIST Myron Cohen tells of an improvident
manufacturer who owed his three biggest suppliers
such large sums—which he couldn't begin to pay—that he
sought help from his at-
torney. "Make believe
you've committed sui-
cide," counseled that
worthy. "We'll give you
a big mock funeral and
your problems will be
solved."
Everybody sobbed at
the funeral—particularly
the three big creditors.
_ "Poor Irving," sniffled
the first. "He never paid
his bills, but I loved him
anyhow." "Goodbye, Irv,"
whispered the second.
"We'll all miss you, old
man." But the third creditor remained unappeased. "You
rat," he hissed. "Even though you're gone, I'm going to
get personal satisfaction." He thereupon whipped out a
revolver and aimed it at the prone Irving.
"Look, don't get excited," cried the corpse, sitting up.
"You, I'll pay!"

Mike Connolly interviewed a rising young starlet who is not
exactly a paragon of neatness and order. "I wouldn't say her

apartment is a pigpen," says the ever-considerate Mike, "but

while I was with her the phone rang—and she couldn't find it."

"TV gives people everything these days—violence, sex, and
controversy," boasts Jackie Mason—"and those are only the
commercials!"
1965, by Benanett Celt Distributed by King Features Syndicate

Hail Congress for Loan Shark Probe •
Asked to Investigate Rockwell's Party

JWV Activities

WASHINGTON — Efforts of
Chairman Wright Patman of the
House Committee on Banking and
Currency to expose and combat the
exploitation of U.S. military per-
sonnel by unscrupulous loan com-
panies have been commended by
National Commander Milton A.
Waldor of the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the U.S.A.
Waldor, of Newark, N.J., called
the attention of Patman, Texas
Democrat, to a resolution on the
subject adopted by JWV at its re-
cent national convention.
The JWV resolution noted that
American soldiers and sailors pay
an estimated $50,000,000 a year in
exorbitant interest and excess
charges on consumer credit. Aim-
ing at military patronage, loan
companies have hired former high-
ranking military officers to serve
as officers of the firms, giving en-
listed men a false sense of confi-

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the home
of Sarah Cohen, 23281 Harding,
Oak Park. Members may invite
prospective members to attend the
Department of Michigan member-
ship affair Nov. 9 at Beth Abra-
ham Synagogue. For information,
call Junior Vice President Bessie
Schein or Sara Fleischer, DI
1-2576.
* * *

tern of subversive racist agitation
"aimed at undermining the Ameri-
can concept of government, de-
stroying public confidence on both
political parties, and turning race
against race and religion against
religion, along lines conceived by
Adolf Hitler."

New Israel Official
Welcomed in Africa

JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — A
large gathering of Jewish commu-
BLOCH-ROSE AUXILIARY will
nal leaders welcomed the new
hold a Halloween party 8 p.m.
Israel consul-general, Lt. Col. Yaa-
Sunday at the Northgate Apart-
kov Monbaz, to South Africa, at a
ments social hall. Members must
reception at the Zionist Hall here,
come in costume. For information
sponsored jointly by the South
call Fern Seltzer, .546-5875. The
African Zionist Federation and the
post and auxiliary, together with
South African Jewish Board of
SILVERMAN POST and AUXILI-
Deputies.
ARY will show the movie, "Let My
People Go," 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim. A so-
cial hour will follow. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Seltzer, 546-5875. dence.
In the opinion of JWV the ex-
*
*
*
ploitation of servicemen "is bound
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXILI- to effect their performance in the
ARY will meet 9 p.m. Tuesday at line of duty."
the home of Mrs. Sam Spolin,
* * *
19785 Ward. Prospective members
The scope of the investigation
may attend. Plans will be dis-
of right-wing extremism and
cussed for a December supper
violent racism, now focused by
meeting and a paid-up member-
the House Committee on Un-
ship party. For information call
American Activities on the Kitt
Mrs. David Levitt, DI 1-9287, or
Max Schrut
Klux Klan, should be broadened
Mrs. Herman Silver, LI 5-2345.
For Good Photographs
to include the American Nazi
and Prompt Service
Party, according to Waldor.
Call Me at
- He urged Chairman Edwin E.
Willis, Louisiana Democrat, to
subpoena George Lincoln Rock-
TEMPLE BETH EL MEN'S well, leader of the American neo-
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
CLUB will host Bishop Richard S. Nazi movement. He said that the
.
We Come to Your Home
records of the Nazis, to be found
With Samples
Emrich of the Episcopal Diocese
at the group's Arlington, Va.,
TY 5-8805
UN 4-6845
of Michigan, speaking on "Modern
headquarters, would show a pat-
Man and Religion" at the paid-up
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membership dinner 7 p.m. Wednes-
day in the social hall. Bishop Em-
rich, who serves on national, state
Truly the finest Music and
and city boards, is a member of
the Joint Committee of the Episco-
Entertainment for the discriminating
pal Church on Ecumenical Rela-
tions; chairman of the Citizens Ad-
visory Committee on Hospitals of
Mach gitt and
Orchestra
the Detroit Commission on Com-
munity Relations; and chairman
of the recently formed Citizens
Lincoln 5-8614
Committee for Equal Opportunity.
He has received a number of hon-
j
orary degrees, and in 1958 was
made an honorary commander of
the Most Excellent Order of the •
British Empire by Queen Elizabeth •

II. The author of two books and •
numerous articles and pamphlets, •

he writes a weekly column in the

Detroit News. Bishop Emrich, born •
in Mardin, Turkey, of missionary
parents, received his Ph.D. from •

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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