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May 12, 1967 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-12

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Philliu Stollman Chairs Dinner for Slomovitz and Jewish News

Phillip Stollman. communal will he presented with The Israel
leader and philanthropist, will he Achievement Award by Arieh
(:eneral chairman of a tribute din- Eshel, deputy director of the Israel
ner celebrating the 25th anni‘er- Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The
sary of The Jewish News and award will he presented for dis-
honoring its editor and publisher. tinguished services to the Jewish
Philip Slomovitz. on the occasion people and to Israel.
of his 70th birthday and for his
Slomovitz's career in journal'
half century of achievement in
ismgoes back to the First
the field of journalism.
World War when, as a student
at the University of Michigan,
The dinner, on behalf of Israel
he was night editor of the Michi-
Bonds. will he held 0:30 p in. June
gan Daily. Ile was a member of
12 in the grand Ballroom of the
the editorial staff of the Detroit
Sheraton-cadillac Hotel.
News, and 45 years ago entered
Slomovitz and The Jewish News

the field of English-Jewish jour- ,
nalism.
As a life-long Zionist, he took
part in the celebration of the is-
suance of the Balfour Declaration
50 years ago. He was the organizer

Israelt.11essicts1 Comedy Star
to Sing at itinnirersory lErossI

Sarah Rubine, Israeli musical celebration May 22 at the Labor
comedy star, will he guest artist at Zionist Institute.
The celebration, on behalf of •
the Labor Zionist Movement-Lands-
manshaften Israel 19th anniversary Israel Bonds, will honor Hyman
Lipsitz, lifelong Zionist and leader
in Landsrnanshaften circles. Am-
bassador Mordechai Gazit, assistant
director general of the Israel Mini-
stry for Foreign Affairs, will be
guest speaker.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Cong. Bnai Moshe and
(Direct .ITA Teletype Wire
president of the Michigan Zionist
to The Jewish News)
Council, will give the tribute to

Orthodox Win
,
Censorship Battle
Over Play in Israel

JERUSALEM — A play about Lipsitz.
the siege of Jerusalem in 1948
Miss Rubine was born in Buch-

u as presented here Monday

arest, Romania,

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

Eshel and Gazit
Coining to U.S.
for Bond Drives

night minus some scenes which
and emigrated to
Two high ranking officers in Is-
Orthodox residents called offen-
Israel as a child rael's diplomatic service will ar-
sive after the District Court is-
in 1 9 5 0. She • rive in the United States this
sued a temporary injunction
quickly became month to participate in the 1967
barring those scenes.
the star of the campaign for State of Israel Bonds.
Do-Re-Mi Thea-
One of the deleted scenes por-
They are Arieh Eshel, deputy
ter„ specializing ' director-general of Israel's Minis-
trayed a group of yeshiva stu-
in musical come- try for Foreign Affairs, who was
dents carrying a white flag en
dies:: In 1957 she formerly ambassador to Brazil,
route to a meeting to surrender
to Arab Legionnaires of Jordan , Miss Rubine went to P a r i s, and Mordechai Gazit, assistant di-
where she starred in the musical rector-general of the foreign minis-
besieging the city. Another pro-
comedy "New Orleans" and sang try, who served for five years as
tested scene showed a comman
der of the Ilagana, the pre state at the World's Fair in Brussels.
minister plenipotentiary in Wash-
Jewish defense force, tearing , She was signed for a variety ington.
the white flag from the hands show in the United States in 1960
Ambassador Eshel will be ac-
and has toured nearly all the ma-
of the students.
companied by his wife, Mrs. Ta-
Prior to the play's openirg, a jor cities in the United States and mar Eshel, who is secretary of the
Canada. Miss Rubine has appeared
number of Orthodox leaders, in
' National Council for Research and
in top night clubs and hotels across
cluding Deputy Education Minis
Development in the Prime Minis-
the country and has also made a
ter Kalman Kahana, asked Jus
ter's Office.
lice Minister Yaacov Shapiro to successful tour of South America.
The Israel Bond drive seeks a
ban the play, "The City," b y She was the star of the Israeli ver- minimum of $115,000,000 this year
Yaakov Orland. The justice sion of "My Fair Lady" and has to help finance Israel's programs
minister did not reply to the appeared on leading television of industrialization and develop-
request. ; shows. including the Ed Sullivan ment to increase employment op-

-

of Young Judaea in Detroit and
of the Detroit Council of the Jew-

ish National Fund and was a
leader in the Zionist Organization
of Detroit with the late Judge
Harry B. Keidan, Rabbi A. M.
Hershman, Fred M. Butzel and
other distinguished Detroiters.
He has been active in the Unit-
ed Hebrew Schools as a member
of the board for more than four
decades.
In 1920. he was elected presi-
dent of the Intercollegiate Zionist
Association and has served as pre-
sident of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit and attended all the
Zionist national conventions' for
nearly five decades. He was also
head of the American Jewish Con-
gress here for eight years.
Stollman is chairman of the tes-
timonial which will be linked with
Israel's 19th anniversary celebra-
tion, is chairman of the world
board of Bar-Ilan University, of
which he was a key founder. He
is a member of the Jewish Agency
for Israel, a member of the execu-
tive committee of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and on the board of
governors of the Detroit Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Stollman is likewise steering
chairman, congrega-
committee
tional and High Holy Day chair-
man, honorary chairman and past
chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond Committee. He has been a
leader in the Israel Bond cause
ever since the initiation of the Is-
rael Bond drive in 1951.
Guests at the tribute dinner will
be a cross section of national,
state and communal leadership.
Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will provide the dinner music.
For reservations, contact the Is-
rael Bond office, DI 1-5707.

Arlazaroff Celebrate
Israel's Day May 17

Arlazaroff Branch, Farband, will
sponsor its celebration of the 19th
anniversary of the state of Israel
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Labor
Zionist Institute. The affair 'will
honor Hyman
Lipsitz, lifelOng
Zionist and long-
time member of
Arlazaroff.
Rabbi Mo s es
Lehrman, spiri-
tual leader of
Cong. Bnai Moshe
and president of
the Zionist Re-
Rabbi Lehrman gion of Michigan,
will be guest speaker.
An added attraction will be the
showing of the movie of David
Ben-Gurion's 80th birthday cele-
bration, held in Miami Beach. The
movie includes selections by Jan

Peerce.

Gubow Due at Fete

Lawrence Gubow, U.S. attorney
for the Eastern District of Michi-
gan, will be guest speaker at a
leadership reception to be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M.
Nedelman in their home, 29351
Leemoor, Southfield, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
The reception is in advance of
the Cong. Beth Hillel Israel 19th
anniversary dinner, 6:30 p.m. May
28 at Beth Hillel

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, May 12, 1967

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
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i Show and the Johnny Carson Show.
*
*

Husband - Wife Team
to Perform at Dinner
Set by Five Groups

I
Lillian and Jan Bart, husband
JERUSALEM — Former Pre- and wife vocal duo and recording
flier David Ben-Gurion rejected artists, will sing selections from
Monday the idea of any foreign the Yiddish version of "Fiddler on
controls over Israel's research
the use of atomic energy for
peaceful purposes.
In an interview with the New ,
Outlook. publication of the dissi- -
dent Israel Workers Party ( Rafi)
he founded, the former premier
said that Israel should not sign
any convention aimed at supervis- •
Mg Israel's peaceful atomic re-
search, asserting that "no one
should decide for us what we
should do."
Ile expressed no opposition. how-
ever, to international controls over
atomic research for military pur-
poses. provided that similar super-
vision was enforced on all coon-
tries. including the Soviet Union k
and the United States. Israeli of-
JAN AND LILLIAN BART
ficials have consistently denied
rumors that Israel either was en- the Roof," at the United Israel
gaged in atomic weapons research Bond Champagne Dinner-Dance
or producing atomic military de- 8:45 p.m. May 20 at Cong. Shaarey
vices.
Zedek •
Col. Nachman Karni, foreign lia-
ison director of Israel's ministry

of
defense and Israel war hero.
I
will be guest speaker.
Make 'Em Holler UNCLE'
'
I
The
Barts' recording of "Fiddler
Call
on the Roof" is the largest selling
TE 3-3697 1
Jewish record . in history.
1 For tickets,. call Israel Bonds,
I
DI 1.5707.
1 The affair is sponsored by five
I
1 groups, the majority of whose mem-
I
bers are survivors of the Nazi Holo-
1 caust: Shaarit Haplaytah, Zionist
PEST CONTROL SERVICE, Inc.
I. Guaranteed Control of Roaches, • Revisionists, United Jewish Social
Mice, Spiders and Clover Mites.
Club, Workmen's Circle Branch 227
Evenings Call 357-4641
and Radomer Mutual Society,
Pa. No
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portunities and to expand the
country's export trade.
Gazit will arrive on Wednesday.
and Ambassador and Mrs. Eshel
will arrive May 31.

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