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May 24, 1968 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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Israeli:Colonel Tamir to Be Speaker
at 'Capital for Israel' Reception

All Candidates Favor Military Aid to Israel

Col. Abraham Tamir, who holds
a senior position in the Israeli
headquarters staff, and Sydney Lu-
baar, national director of Capital
for Israel, will be guest speakers
at a reception 8 p.m. Tuesday at

service in the Hagana. During
World War II, he was on active
duty in Italy and Holland as a
sergeant in the Jewish Brigade of
. the British Army. He rejoined the
Hagana at the end of the war and,
during the War of Independence
was commander of the Etzion Bloc,
which was taken by the Arab
In the Israeli defense forces,
Colonel Tamir has held posi-
tions ranging from battalion
commander to brigade comman-
der and has served as head of
the operations section of the
general staff. During the Sinai
Campaign of 1956, he was op-
erations officer for the Central
Command, and subsequently has
held a number of positions, in-
cluding head of the section of
military theory of the General
Staff and commander of the Staff
and Command College.
Capital for Israel, Inc., is a new
organization created recently to
mobilize additional resources for
the industrial development of Is-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur rael. It has undertaken as its first
project the sale of a new issue
Hurand, 1515 Linwood.
of preferred shares of the Indus-
Col. Tamir began his career with trial Development Bank of Israel.

WASHINGTON, D. C.—All five
presidential candidates favor mili-
tary aid to Israel and measures to
strengthen U.S. policy in the Near
This general agreement was re-
flected in statements given to the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC), for publica-
tion in Near East Report.
AIPAC invited the candidates to
submit their views in order to
make it clear that there would be
no retreat in U.S. policy after the
elections. Pointing to the peren-

nial tendency of Arab leaders to
hope that presidential elections
will result in a change in U.S.
policy to Israel's disadvantage, I.
L. Kenen, editor of Near East Re-
port, commented that "what the
candidates say is important . . .
because of the impact that their
statements might have on thinking
and policy in the Near East."


Israeli Water Company
Seeks Civil Engineers

raeli Water Company, "Tahal," is
looking for Israeli gravitational en-
gineers who reside in the United
States to employ them in Latin
America and Africa.
The company tried to locate such
specialists in Israel, but without
In the future "Tahal" will be in
need of a larger number of elec-
trical and building engineers in its
enterprises on these continents and

Former Vice President Richard
M. Nixon, Senators Robert P.
Kennedy and Eugene J. McCarthy
submitted new statements while
Vice President Hubert H. Hum-
phrey and Governor Nelson A.
Rockefeller, who were not candi-
dates at the time of AIPAC's in-
vitation, submitted recent speeches
and messages.

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Community Calendar

May 25—Temple Beth El Sister-
Open Board Meeting,
hood Library Tea, home
12:30 p.m.
of Mrs. Erwin Gutowitz May 27—Temple Beth El Board of
May 26—Temple Beth El Annual
Trustees, 8:30 p.m.
Congregational D i n n e r, May 27-28—Temple Beth El Sister-
6:30 p.m.
hood Rummage Sale
May 27—B e t h Israel Sisterhood May 28—B e t h Israel Sisterhood
and Hadassah Joint Study
Group, 12:30 p.m., home
of Mrs. Joseph Weinstein
May 29—Temple Beth El Adult Ed-
ucation, 8 p.m.
* * *
Temple Beth El's adult educa-
tion series at 8 p.m. Wednesday
Albert H. Fink has been elected will feature Prof. Mordecai Krenin
vice president of the Genesee Area of the department of economics,
Chapter, Michigan Association for Michigan State University, discuss-
Emotionally Disturbed Children.
ing 'Ethical Concepts of Judaism."
* * 4,
* * *
Dr. Harvey V. Ring became pres-
Temple Beth El Sisterhood's an-
ident of the Genesee County Os- nual rummage sale will be held
teopathic Association at the dinner May 27-28. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
meeting recently. He succeeds Dr. Max Wexler and Mrs. Sanford
Allan Silverton.
* * *
* * *
Six local homes will highlight
The first Senior Citizen Sabbath
was held at Cong. Beth Israel May the sixth annual Tour of Homes
11, after which 80 seniors attended planned by Founders Society of
a luncheon and program in the Flint Institute of Arts Sunday.
social hall. In charge of arrange- Among the homes to be opened
ments were Mrs. Eva Fisher, Mrs. will be that of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
Rose Leff, Mrs. Sophie Bikoff and ald Schreiber, 5125 Dye Meadows
Herman Acker. Program chairman Ct. Mrs. Bernard Harris is in
Israel Sendler introduced Cantor charge of printing, and Mrs. Syd-
Abraham. Ranani, who sang for ney Mitchell Jr. is hostess chair-
the group; and Moshe Giskan, di- man.
rector of the congregation's reli-
gious school, who spoke.
Esther Lebowitz, 87
* * *
Esther Lebowitz, 3120 Sunset,
A Flint area program for former age 87, died May 11.
mental patients has been named
Mrs. Lebowitz was born in Buda-
the second most creative adult edu- pest and had lived in Flint for
cation activity in Michigan during the last 20 years, coming from
the last year. The Adult Educa- Detroit. She was a member of
tion Association gave the honor Cong. Beth Israel. Her husband,
Thursday night in Muskegon to the Isaac Lebowitz, died Aug. 14, 1954.
After-Care Mental Health Club
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
serving this area. Accepting the Gertrude Rosenbaum; a son, Harry
award was Dr. Evelyn V. Golden, Lebowitz of Wilkes Barre; four
Flint public school physician.
grandchildren and 10 great-grand-

Comings ...
• Goings

Youth on the Move

Debra Golden, daughter of Drs.
H. Maxwell and Evelyn Golden,
won a one-day term as mayor of
Flint in the Civitan Club's annual
government-for-a-day program for
high school students. Debra is a
senior at Southwestern High School.

* * *

Michael Leavitt, 3201 Pencombe,
has been elected treasurer of the
State Board of Temple Teens.

Bnai Mitzva


Lawrence Alexander, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Alexander, will be
called to the Tora as Bar Mitzva
Saturday at Temple Beth El.
* * *
Jill Rosenbaum, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Milton Rosenbaum, will
be called to the Tora as Bat Mitzva
Saturday at Cong. Beth Israel.


The beans that
made the O famous.

Close to 40 years ago, the House of
Heinz introduced a new variety—
Vegetarian Beans—to meet the
needs of Jewish families for a
Kosher, quick-to-fix many-purpose
delicious food.
To reassure our customers of Kash-
ruth, we arranged for rabbini-
cal sanction and the seal of


placed on our labeL
The @ was little known in those
days. In fact we were the first large
American food company to clearly
identify and advertise our Kosher
products with the O.
Today, you will find the O on many

hundreds ofwellknownprod-
ucts, but no one of theta is

homes than the "beans

thativade the a famous."


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