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October 27, 1967 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-27

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26—Friday, October 27, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Emissary of Histadrut National Council
to Speak at Pre-Campaign Reception

Dov Barnir will be guest speaker
at a reception sponsored by the
Detroit Israel Histadrut Campaign
8 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Harry Mondry, 22902 S. Bell-
wood, Southfield. The event pre-
cedes the official launching of the

1967-68 Israel Histadrut Campaign.
Belgian-born Barnir, a member
of the first Knesset, is both author
and journalist, and he is a Perman-
ent lecturer a t
t h e Afro-Asian'
Institute in Tel
Aviv. Barnir set-
tled in Palestine
in 1932 and was
a founder of Ki-
butz Ein Hahor-
esh, where he liv-
ed 25 years.
He participated
in many foreign
Barnir
missions on be-
half of the World Zionist 'Organi-
zation, and as a member of the
Histadrut Council was given the
responsibility to further good re-
lations with the free labor move-
ments of Europe.
Morris Lieberman, recently re-
elected chairman of the local
drive, will acquaint those attend-
ing this reception with the achieve-
ments of the Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign during the recent crisis. Sid-
ney Shevitz, first vice chairman
of the Detroit Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign, who will preside during the
formal part of the evening, will
discuss the campaign's goals for
1968.
Representatives of all Hista-
drut Campaign divisions, cam-
paign officers and guests gather.
ed last Sunday morning at the
Labor Zionist Institute for the
Annual Histadrut Conference,
which precedes the launching of
the campaign.
I. L. Shrodeck, who presided,

Zeldon Cohen Wins
Brandeis Award
of AJCongress

At the installation dinner of the
Michigan Council, American Jew-
ish Congress last weekend, Zeldon
Cohen was honored with the Louis
D. Brandeis Award.
Cohen was cited by the council
for his sustained commitment to

the ideals, goals and programs of
the American
Jewish Congress
and for his ac-

Radom Tailors to Honor
Tenth Year With Sale

Radom Tailors and Clothiers, in
celebration of its 10th anniversary
in Oak Park, is offering a store-
wide sale of 20 per cent off on the
entire stock of brand name men's
suits, sport coats, slacks, topcoats,
haberdashery and formal wear. Al-
terations will be free.
Proprietors of the store are the
late Mr. Radom's daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Levinson, who continue the store's
tradition of personalized service,
expert tailoring and alterations on
all clothing.
Ladies' alterations are under the
supervision of Rosa Levinson, a
stylist and fashion coordinator.

Business
Brevities

SOLOMON ROTHENBERG, an
agent with the Detroit Agency of
State Mutual, led the entire 1,000
active agents of the State Mutual
Life Assurance Co. of America in
the sale of life insurance ,for the
month of September.

William C. Marshall, August Scholia,
Paul Silver and Myra Wolfgang.
Members of the campaign council,
Morris Asher, Harry Basin, Louis Bas-
sin, Samuel Belkin, Albert Berke, Alex
Berson, Morrie Brodsky, Max Brose,
Isadore Brown, Morris Chasnick, Sam
Cohen, Ben. Z. Freeman, Maurice Gel-
fand, Irving Greenberg, Mrs. Irving
Greenberg, Morris D. Kane, Samuel
Kine, Mrs. Barnett Katt, Harold Item-
pner, Benjamin M. Laikin„ Louis
Levine. Pauline Liberson, Jack Mala-
mud; Mrs. Michael- Michlln; LOuls Na-
thanson. Larry Nicharnin, Israel Pine,
Oscar Rappaport, Jacob Resnick, Na-
than P. Rossen, Max Shintikler, Paul
Sislin. Mrs. .Louis Slabosky. Nathan
Standler, Morris W. Stein, J. L. Stone,
Manfred- J. Werner and Mrs. Samuel
Yagoda.,

tivity in behalf of
AJCongress.
The award was
presented by Mrs.
George Rubin,
president of the
Michigan Council.
Named for the
eminent jurist
who was a co-
Cohen
founder of the American Jewish
Congress, the Brandeis Award is
conferred upon distinguished
members of the Michigan Council.
Cohen has long been active in
the local chapter and is presently a
member of its governing board. A
founder and past president of the
AJCongress Business and Profes-
stated the campaign's 1968 theme: sional Chapter, Cohen has also
"Israel needs allies for peace. Men served as president of the Michigan
of good will provide the tools, His- Council.
tadrut the hands; together they
He is a member of the execu-
build a new life for the people of tive committee of the Jewish
Israel." The tasks facing Hista- Community Council and former.
drut include improvement of the
ly co-chairman of the council's
living standards, both material and
community relations committee.
spiritual, of all Israelis whether At present, Cohen serves as
they be Moslem, Christian or Jew. chairman of the council's com-
Menachem Sadinsky, a young
mittee on neighborhoods.
Israeli who was a commander of
His civic activities include mem-
tanks and halftracks in Jerusalem bership on the Committee of 99,
during the Six-Day War, related a citizens group appointed by the
his experiences. Sadinsky was sent
I Wayne County Board of Super-
to the United States by the Jew-
; visors to study and report on coun-
ish Agency to work as youth di-
ty home rule.
drector of the Rogers Park Jewish
In February, Cohen was appoint-
Center in Chicago:
ed by Mayor Cavanagh to repre-
During his two-year leave of sent
the Jewish Community Coun-
absence from his post in Israel, cil for
a three-year term on the
he will attempt to strengthen the
Detroit
Committee for Neighbor.
link between Israel's youth and hood Conservation
and Improved
American youngsters.
Housing. Cohen also serves as vice-
Harry Schumer, honorary cam- chairman of H.O.M.E.S.. a citizens
paign chairman, presented a re- group working for genuine open
port of the nominations committee; occupancy in the Detroit metro-
the slate subsequently elected was politan area.
as follows:

Honorary chairman. Harry Schumer:
chairman, Morris Lieberman; first vice-
chairman, Sidney M. Shevitz; chair-
man executive. Irving Pokempner; trea-
surer, Norman Collier; financial secre-
tary. Morris A. Lifshay; secretary, Mrs.
Harry Mondry; vice-chairmen, Philip
D. Goldstein, Hyman Lipsitz, Isaac
Litwak, Mrs. Morris L. Schaver and
David Teitlebaum.
Co-chairmen of the Farband division,
Ben Harold, Morritz Schubiner and
David Sislin; cochairmen of the LZOA
division, Abe Medow, Mrs. Arthur Rob-
bins and Isadore L. Shrodeck; co-chair-
men of the Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women: Mrs. Sam Fishman and Mrs.
David Sislin; co-chairmen of the or-
ganizations division; Paul Brickner,
Sam Kaufer, J. B. Ormond, Ben Ru-
binger and Meyer Terebelo; co- chair-
men of the business and professional
division: Dr. Norman Drachler, Dr.
David Feld, Dr. Leon Fill, Bernard
Linderman, Moe Saslove, Bernard A.
Schiff, William Schumer, Samuel Sch-
wartzberg and Dr. Saul C. Stein; co-
chairmen of the trade unions division
Irving Bluestone, Irving Bronson, David
Charney, Morris Coleman, Sam Fish-
man, Barney Hopkins,. Authur King, I

Sue E. Pariser to IVed
Douglas Moss Dec. 21

* s *

Cottlers to Sponsor
Benefit Luncheon

Mrs. Milton Winston, president
of Ladies of Yeshivath Beth Ye-
hudah and Women's Sabbath Lea-
gue, announces, the annual donor
luncheon will be held• noon Tues-
day at Beth Joseph Synagogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pottier
are sponsoring this _
Donor
chairmen Mrs. Louis. Honigman

Maurice A. Betman and Arthur
Kretchmer of PROFESSIONAL
PLANNING ASSOCIATES recently
attended the all-Michigan Pow-
Wow of The Northwestern Mutual
Life Insurance Company.

Arthur. Mandell Named
by Federation to Post
With Endowment Fund

MISS SUE PARISER
Arthur Mandell has joined the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pariser of staff of the Jewish Welfare Fed-

Ardmoor Dr., Birmingham an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sue Ellen to Dougla.,
Moss, son of Mrs. Fay Moss of
Sherbourne Rd. and the late Dr.
Harry Moss.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Her fiance
is a graduate of the University of
Michigan.
A Dec. 21 wedding is planned.

Zalman Zylbercweig
to Speak on Two Poets
at Sholem Aleichem

Sholem Aleichem Institute will
present Zalman Zylbercweig,
author, lecturer and editor of the
"Lexicon of the Yiddish Theater"
at its oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m. Nov.
10.
Zylbercweig's topic will be "The
Two Martyred Poet-Troubadours,
Nahum Sternheim and Mordecai
Gebirtig." Both poets, who died at
the hands of the Nazis, wrote their
own lyrics and music to countless
popular songs, sung for more than
two generations throughout the
world. Among them are "Hobn
m e e r a Neegdl," "Raisele,"
"S'Brent," "M oyshele myne
Frynt" and "Avremele Mervikher."
To illustrate his lecture, Zylberc-
weig will use a tape-recorder with
songs sung by Sidor Belarsky,
Marsha Benya, Saul Meizels, Men-
ashe Oppenheim and Emma Scha-
ver.
The committee arranging this
lecture consists of Harry Wein-
berg, Isaac Litwak and Morris and
Sara Freidman.
Admission is free to the public!
and refreshments will be served.

Kvutza Ivrith to Open
Season With First-Hand
Reports on War, Russia

Two witnesses to the Six-Day
War, Ezri Uval and Jay Masser-
man, will address the Kvutza Iv-
rith, Hebrew cultural group, at its
opening meeting 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day in the Jewish Center.
Uval, an exchange teacher from
Israel who teaches in the United
Hebrew Schools high school, will
speak about his experiences as a
participant in the June war.
Masserman. a Midrasha graduate
who spent 14 months as a student
at the Hebrew University and who
organized a tour to Russia during
that stay, will speak about his ex-
periences in the Soviet Union and
especially about his contacts with
Soviet Jewry. Masserman served as
a volunteer worker during the war.
Officers will be elected, and
standing committees will rEport.
Morris Nobel will discuss the aims
and accomplishments of the Kvutza
Ivrith. Musical entertainment will
be provided by an Israeli trio,
Natan Goldenberg, Israel Hoch-
berg and Abraham Quiniansky, J.
M. Mathis will be chairman.

ROSS REALTY CO.

eration to serve as secretary of
the Endowment Fund, William Av-
runin, executive director, announc-
ed.
Mandell was formerly director of
the East Central Region of Ameri-
can Technion Society in Detroit. A
native of New
York, he is a
graduate of Long
Island Univer-
sity, where he re-
ceived a degree
in accounting.
The Endowment
Fund assists don-
ors in setting up
charitable trusts,
insurance policies
Mandell and bequests un-
der the administration of the Unit-
ed Jewish Charities. Louis Tabash-
nik is president of United Jewish
Charities. Milton J. Miller is chair-
man of the Endowment Fund.
Mandell, married and the father
of four, resides at 27336 Fairfax,
Southfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Cottler
and Mrs. Leo Laufer will be as-
sisted by Mesdames Cottler, Arthur
Cutler, Walter Epstein and Brucha
Faigenbaum,
Mrs. Joshua Sperka is chairman
of the afternoon. The invocation
will be given by Mrs. Julius Spiel-
berg, and a musical program will
be presented by vocalist Miriam
Bates. Guests are invited.
For reservations, call Mrs. Lau-
fer, 398-7146, or Mrs. Winston, UN
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