United Israel Bond Champagne Event
to Feature Vocalist Ginetta La Bianca
for Stollman Family
Special to Jewish News
JERUSALEM — A reception in
honor of Phillip Stollman, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Stollman and their fam-
ily from Detroit was given at the
Knesset on June 4.
The honor to the Detroit Zionist
leaders was arranged by Speaker
of the Knesset Kaddish Luz who
addressed the gathering, Dr. Jos-
eph Lookstein acting as interpreter
for those who did not know He-
brew and Yiddish.
Other government leaders and
a large group of friends of the
Stollmans from the United States
and Israel attended the reception.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 14, 1968-31
Green-8 Center & Bloomfield Commons!
He who steals from a thief is
At a gathering sponsored by the Sephardic Community of
also a thief.—Berachoth 5
Greater Detroit in advance of the United Israel Bond Champagne
Dinner-Dance are (from left) seated: Mrs. Sam Moss and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Papo, the hosts; standing: Gilbert Senor, Mario Sevy and
David Chicorel. Not shown is Mrs. Regina Ishbia. Papo is the presi-
dent of the organization, one of six groups sponsoring the dinner-
dance June 22. Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond director,
was guest speaker.
Singer Ginetta La Bianca will be
Col. Yavneh has served as a
guest artist at the United Israel military strategist and pilot in the
Bond champagne dinner-dance 9:45 air force in three wars. During the
p.m. June 22 at Cong. Shaarey Six-Day War, he took an active
part in the Sinai operations. In
Lt. Col. Itzhak Yavneh, a hero Israel's War of Independence, he
of the Six-Day War and air ad- was a pilot who fought against the
viser to the divisions commander Egyptians in the Negev, and in the
of the Israel Defense Forces, will Sinai campaign he commanded a
be guest speaker at the affair, fighter-bomber squadron.
which will celebrate 20 years of
Eric Rosenow and his orchestra
will play for the dancing. Fred Sil-
La Bianca, at age 15, made two ber is dinner committee chairman.
extraordinary debuts. Her first was The affair is sponsored by the
as Gilda in Rigoletto; two months Zionist Revisionists, United Jew-
later, she sang the role of Rosina ish Social Club, Workmen's Circle,
in the Barber of Seville at the Branch 227, Radomer Mutual So-
famous Teatro dell'Opera in Rome. ciety, Sephardic Community of
American-born, as a teen-ager she Detroit and Shaarit Haplaytah. For
received a Fulbright Scholarship reservations, call Israel Bonds, DI
to study voice in Italy. She also 1-5707.
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won the first prize in the Seventh
International Competition for Op-
era Singers in Milan and was
awarded a Ford Foundation grant.
Blouse and print
lined Jacket .. .
3 Pc. Suit
12 to 5 p.m.
Lew Norman Due
at Thumin Dinner
La Bianca sings in 10 lan-
guages, and her repertoire in-
cludes ballads, folk songs, oper-
etta and grand opera in English,
French, Italian, Spanish, Yid-
dish and Hebrew.
! WHY WORRY I
Leave Everything to Us
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
WYN HAROLD CATERING
Lew Norman, humorist, actor,
and master of ceremonies, will
head the program at the Beth Ab-
raham Testimonial Dinner 6:30
p.m. Tuesday in the social hall.
The dinner will honor Henry
Thumin, president, for his service
to his congregation, and to his
community and for his friendship
and support of the state of Israel.
The affair is on behalf of Israel
Bonds. Circuit Judge Nathan J.
Kaufman will be toastmaster.
Norman has been seen on the
Tonight Show and on the Ed Sulli-
van Show and has been on many
He has starred in
clubs and hotels
from coast to
A veteran of
the Yiddish Art
won the Show
for his perform-
ance in the Yid-
dish version of
"Death of a Sales-
Sam Kaufer and William A. Cen-
ser are dinner committee co-
chairmen. Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
will give the tribute to the honoree,
and Cantor Shabtai Ackerman, the
musical salute. Dinner music will
he by Eric Rosenow and his or-
For reservations to the dinner,
which will be preceded by
cocktails, call the synagogue, UN
1-6696, or the Israel Bond office,
Harry Madison Heads
Hannah Schloss Group
Harry Madison was installed
president of the Hannah Schloss
Old Timers at its recent annual
dinner-dance. Other officers are
Harry Pliskow and Barney Bar-
nett, vice presidents; Samuel Bank,
treasurer; and Ben Krell Jr., sec-
Not the flesh of the dead feels
the cut of the knife—Sabbath 13
for now and
french cuffs, red-
Sizes 6 to 16
Were $60 to $200
1 /2 PRICE!
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