UAW Gives $20,000 to Histadrut
for Afro-Asian Institute Program
Friday, November 18, 1966-35
Michael Bennett to Wed THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Israeli National Basketball Team
Walter P. Reuther, president of the United Automobile Workers,
Tuesday announced the contribution of $20,000 by his union toward
the "growth and expansion" of the activities of Histadrut's Afro-
Asian Institute in Tel Aviv.
The institute, founded six years ago by Histadrut to help the
development of labor leadership in the new nations of Asia and
Africa, has won international acclaim for its role in this part of the
In his letter of transmittal, addressed to Aharon Becker, general
secretary, and Yehoshua Levy, treasurer of Histadrut, Reuther said
that "the UAW has followed with great interest the growth and
expansion of the activities of Histadrut's Afro-Asian Institute."
to Play Tech Before Piston Game
Ex-Governor of Pennsylvania
to Address Histradrut Opener
Histadrut will hold its campaign
opening rally 8 p.m. Dec. 1 in the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Principal speaker of the eve-
ning will be George M. Leader,
former governor of Pennsylvania.
Esther Baumvell, coloratura
soprano from Israel. who is cur-
the United States,
known as a
er of Israeli
causes, ha s par-
ticipated in a re-
ing the econom-
ic situation i n
Morris Lieberman, chairman of
the Detroit Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign, stated that campaign con-
tributions are being received at
a faster rate than last year and
noted that many of the contribu-
tions show significant increases.
Histadrut Campaign is in-
tensifying efforts this year in order
to aid Histadrut institutions in
Israel which must be sustained
LAWRENCE H. JONES AUX-
ILIARY installed the following
officers for the coming year: Ruth
Schreiber, president; Dorothy
Blatnikoff and Libby Fogelman,
vice presidents; Frances Gavern
and Zelda Michlin, secretaries;
and Deborah Bregman, treasurer.
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Backing JWV Stand
National Commander Malcolm
A. Tarlov of the Jewish War Vet-
erans stated this week the Asso-
ciation of Jewish Chaplains, fully
supports the position of the Jew-
ish War Veterans in connection
with the recent conference be-
tween President Johnson and Jew-
ish War Veterans leaders.
Commander Tarlov said "the As-
sociation of Jewish Chaplains, a
nation-wide group of Rabbis with
present or past service in the
military chaplaincy, thoroughly in-
vestigated and studied the issue.
They concluded that there was ab-
solutely no substance or justifica-
tion for the charge of some Jewish
leaders that the Jewish War Vet-
erans had acted improperly in re-
porting President Johnson's atti-
tude to the Jewish community."
and expanded in order to provide
MISS ROSALIE WEIZENBAUM
educational and recreational op-
portunities needed for the ever-
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weizenbaum
of Bentler Ave. announce the en-
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gagement of their daughter Rosa-
lie to Michael Bennett, son of Mrs.
Seena Bennett of Griggs Ave.
A January wedding is planned.
for Volunteers Slated;
Dr. Sol Stein to Talk
Volunteers their guests, friends
of Histadrut and leaders of the
organization's division have been
invited to a pre-campaign break-
fast at Imperial Kosher Catering
10:30 a.m. Sun-
will be Dr. Sol
S t e i n, national
tor of the Na-
tee for Labor
drut). Dr. Stein
wa s director of
t h e Jewish Na- Dr. Stein
tional Fund in Philadelphia for
19 years and was a founder of
the Histadrut Development Foun-
dation, which under his leadership
has reached the $8,000,000 mark.
He took part in important con-
ferences of the Vaad Hapoel in
Israel this summer and will report
on the latest developments in Is-
rael, with particular stress on the
steps being taken by Histadrut
and the government to alleviate
On the eve of the 1967 Histadrut
Campaign, volunteers have been
called upon to launch a major ef-
fort to complete the drive success-
fully. At the recent Histadrut Con-
ference and delegates reception,
a goal of $150,000 was set for 1967.
All Histadrut volunteers have re-
ceived their kits, and many of
those attending the breakfast are
expected to have completed their
Breakfast will be served at no
charge, but reservations must be
made in advance by calling the
Histadrut office, UN 4-7094.
By Sid Shmarak
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Located on Joseph Campau, a
half block south of McNichols,
Margolis Plymouth's complete new
car, used car and service depart-
ments are easily accessible to any
part of the metropolitan area.
Brothers Nate and Sam Margolis
with Joe Yenna, sales manager,
Tora Convocations for GIs are always available to offer
Tora convocations for Jewish competent and money-saving ad-
military personnel on duty with vice.
the U.S. Armed' Forces in the
Pacific and Southeast Asia—Japan, Israel Applies to U.S.
Korea, Okinawa, Taiwan, the Phi- For Food Surplus Grant
lippines and Hawaii — will be
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel for-
inducted by Rabbi Alvan D. Ru-
b., spiritual leader of Temple mally applied to the United States
Roslyn Heights, L.I., from for another annual food surplus
NoN 24 to Dec. 14, it was an- agreement to provide some $30,-
noun,d D y Rabbi Selwyn D. Rus- 000,000 worth of such foods, as a
land.el, chairman of the National gift; the same amount as provided
Board commission for in the current agreement.
on Jewl ' chaplaincy.
Negotiations for renewal of the
current agreement, which expires
WALTE_arORLINSKY, son of next July 1, are due to begin in
Orlinsky, was Washington in about two months.
elected a i ``-we r of Maryland's Israel also buys annually about
ies in the Bahl-, $50,000,000 worth of foods from
the United' States, mainly wheat.
HILLEL DAY SCHOOL DAD'S
CLUB will meet 8:15 p.m. Monday
at the school with Rabbi Kapustin
as guest speaker. His subject will
be "The Jewish Day School and
Its Role in American Jewish Edu-
cation." Rabbi Kapustin is director
of the Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion, Wayne State University. A
special award on behalf of the
Dad's Club will be made to the
TAU EPSILON * RHO LAW
FRATERNITY, Detroit Graduate
Chapter, will hold its annual din-
ner-dance 8 p.m. Nov. 26 at the
King's Arms Restaurant. Final
plans for the national convention
to be held at the Satler-Hilton Ho-
tel Dec. 28-31 will be announced.
For information contact Gail or
Mary Horwitz, LI 8-9728 or WO
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POST will be
joined by its ladies auxiliary of
the American Legion for a joint
games party 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Cong. Beth Yehudah. A color
movie will be featured, and re-
freshments will be served. Friends
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LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION MEN'S CLUB will hold its
annual millionaires night 9 p.m.
Saturday, at the synagogue.
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The Israeli National Basketball
Team will meet Detroit Tech in a
preliminary to the Detroit Pistons-
Philadelphia 76ers game at Cobo
Arena, Nov. 30.
The Israeli team will arrive in
New York Sunday for a coast-to-
coast series of tuneups for the
fifth Asian Games at Bangkok,
Thailand, in early December.
It will mark the second appear-
ance of the Israeli team in De-
troit. On its first appearance in
1957, the squad attracted more
than 8,000 fans at U. of D.
Shimon Shelah, a starter on
the '517 invaders, now is coach
of the Israelis and calls the
present team "vastly superior."
Led by 6'8" Tanhum Cohen-
Mintz, the greatest basketball
player ever developed in Israel,
the Nationals placed second to the
United States in the 1965 Macca-
biah Games and earned a sixth
place in the European champion-
ships the same year.
During the past summer, the
Nationals scored an 81-76 victory
over a touring University of Ken-
tucky team, which ranked No. 1
in the nation last season and also
reached the NCAA playoff finals
against West Texas.
The Nationals will bring a 12-
man team to the U. S. for the
series to be sponsored jointly by
the U. S. Committee for Sports in
Israel and the American AAU.
addition to Detroit, the Israeli
team will appear on NBA prelimi-
naries in New York, Boston,
Philadelphia and Los Angeles.
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A prominent Soviet scientist,
Prof. A. DORONDENETZKI, ar-
rived Tuesday to take part in a
congress on data processing. An
authority on mathematical re-
search, Prof. Dorondenetzki will
meet with Israeli experts and tour
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Goldberg Stresses Peace
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NEW YORK (JTA)—Ambassa-
dor Arthur J. Goldberg, chairman
of the U.S. delegation to the
United Nations, declared here
Sunday night that "Jewish tradi-
tion for a real and enduring
peace has always existed—but it
is a peace with justice and free-
He made that statement in ad-
dressing the closing session of the
21st biennial convention of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Broth-
erhoods, in a discussion of the war
Philip A. Lehman of Baltimore,
the organization's newly elected
president, called on President
Johnson and on the United Na-
tions to accelerate their efforts
to insure peace in the Middle
East. "We must, if necessary,"
he declared, "through quiet and
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those far, proven insufficient to
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