20—Friday, August 12, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Honorable Abraham Avidar To Speak Gerald Meyers No 24
At Israel Bond Reception
The Hon. Abraham Avidar,
newly appointed Consul General of
Israel for the Midwest, will make
his inaugural appearance in De-
troit at a leadership reception din-
ner 7 p.m., Aug. 22, at the Stand-
diplomatic Mission in Russia and
Poland. On his return to Israel he
served in the U. S. Division of the
Israel Ministry for Foreign Af-
In 1963 Mr. Avidar was named
Consul of Israel for Educational
Affairs in the United States and in
1964 he became Senior Consul of
Israel in charge of political af-
fairs. Mr. Avidar and his wife
have three children.
The Leadership Reception is be-
ing hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Shifman. The affair is in advance
of the Cong. Bnai David testimo-
nial dinner honoring Harold Soble.
Completion of the new Bnai
David sanctuary will coincide with
the dinner honoring Soble, who is
chairman of the building commit-
Soble has been a leader at Bnai
David for many years, including
serving as president. Born in So-
kolko, White Russia, the son of
a rabbi, he came to Chicago in
1921 and got his high school di-
ploma through examinations at the
University of Illinois. In 1924 he
enrolled in the Detroit College of
Pharmacy, graduating in 1926. In
192'7 Soble purchased the Checker
Pharmacy at Fenkell and Braille
and has operated it ever since.
Consul-General Avidar was born
in Poland and spent his youth in
Danzig where he joined the Halut-
zic-Pioneering Movements. As head
of the group he organized the
rescue of Jewish youths from Nazi
Danzig. During World War II, he
was in Great Britain where he
acted on behalf of the Haganah in
organizing an aliyah of Jewish
youths from Britain. He studied at
the London School of Economics.
In 1947 he came to Palestine,
joined Kibbutz Gated and fought
in the Israel War of Independence.
From 1958 to 1961 he was on a
Jewish Chaplain Receives
Air Medal in Viet Nam
SAIGON, Vietnam — By direc-
tion of President Johnson, Chap-
lain (Major) Harry Z. Schreiner,
one of the three Jewish chaplains
in Vietnam, has been awarded the
Air Medal for his "meritorious
achievement while participating in
sustained aerial flight in providing
a chaplaincy program in support
of combat ground forces in Viet-
nam" from October 20, 1965, to
July 12, 1966.
The citition commends Chaplain
Schreiner for his participation in
123 "aerial missions over hostile
territory in support of counter-
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Aug. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Adler (Myra Glass of Chicago),
14400 Pearson, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Wendy Ellen.
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Aug. 7—To Dr. and Mrs. Robert
C. Niskar (Arlene S. Teper), for-
mer Detroiters, now of Chanute
Air Force Base, Rantoul, Ill., a son,
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Aug. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Steiner (Ilene Friedman), 24111
Beverly, Oak Park, a daughter,
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Aug. 1—To Mr. and Mrs. James
W. Zachman (Royalyn Bartlett),
17603 Steel, a son, David Scott.
July 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Samberg (Rebecca Posen)
of New York, a son, Jeffrey Steven.
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July 27 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Burton J. Greenberg (Eleanore
Rudner, formerly of Detroit) of
San Francisco, a daughter, Steph-
* * *
July 24 — To Dr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Bisgeier (Dorothy Brown)
of Farmington, a son, Howard
* * *
July 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
phen Blank (Elaine Sharon Port-
ner, former Detroiter) of London,
England, a son, Daniel Paul.
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society,
will hold an executive board meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
Discussion will center on the
annual banquet for March 1967.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Halpern
will be host and hostess.
Registration for the September
session of Merry Melody Nursery
is now open.
The nursery specializes in rhy-
thm band, baking, arts and crafts
and Indian lore. blildren may at-
tend two, three, or five days per
The new semester starts Sept.
6. Limited transportation is avail-
able. For information contact the
nursery, 353-7320 or EL. 6-6633.
Two New All Kosher
Tours to Puerto Rico
City of Hope Group Plans
Events for Coming Year
At a special mid-summer meet-
ing of the Detroit Businessmen's
Group, City of Hope, held at the
Furniture Club of Detroit Aug. 4,
Jack Beckwith, president, an-
nounced plans for the annual
fund raising kick-off dinner, Sept.
8 at the Raleigh House.
Harry Goldberg was named
chairman for the 53rd annual
dinner dance Nov. 19 at the
Special guest, Maurice Kessner,
City of Hope field advisor, noted a
triumvirate of goals in the current
"New Horizons" program, develop-
ment of the neurological institute
through a five-year building pro-
gram, expanding the Cancer Re-
search Program and extending
the investigations into the field
of heart surgery.
Radomer Board Meeting
Merry Melody Nursery
MISS JILL SLIPSON
The engagement is announced of
Jill Sydelle Slipson to Gerald Mi-
chael Meyers. Miss Slipson is the
daughter of Mrs. Sarah Slipson of
Stansbury Ave. and the late Mr.
Irving Slipson. Mr. Meyers is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyers
of Griggs Ave.
The couple will be married
Lido Spa Hotel Offers
Unique Diet Program
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Two new all-kosher eight day
vacation tours to the Dorado Hil-
ton Hotel in Puerto Rico have
been announced by Orthodox Tours
Inc. The announcement, made by
Issie Katz and Abe Carrey, said
the newly-added tours will get
under way Sunday, Aug. 14 and
Sunday, Aug. 21.
Travelers, who will fly to the
famous vacation spot and back on
a regularly scheduled jet airliner,
are assured absolutely kosher
food both in transit and during
their stay at the hotel.
The Dorado Hilton offers sup-
erb air-conditioned rooms with
outside terraces, nightly enter-
tainment and all sports along with
miles of magnificent beaches.
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Bnai Brith Delegation
Meets Premier Verwoerd
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African Premier Hendrik Ver-
woerd received Saul Joftes, direct-
or general of Bnai Brith's office
of international Affairs in Wash-
ington. The meeting lasted over *
half an hour and was described as *
Joftes told Dr. Verwoerd about
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Bnai Brith work throughout the
world, and outlined plans the or-
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ganization has for expanding its
activities in South Africa.
Joftes was accompanied by
Adolph James, president of the
Bnai Brith council for South
Africa; Gerry Sichel, president of
the Bnai Brith of Rhodesia; and
Gustav Saron, general secretary
of the South African Jewish Board
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Kelly Honored at Tamarack Lodge
Personalities from the worlds of
politics, entertainment and sports
turned out at Tamarack Lodge,
Greenfield Park, N. Y., to watch
humorist Al Kelly receive the re-
sort's 10th annual "Humanitarian
Award." It was presented by Dave
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