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May 01, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-01

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30—Friday, May I, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LZ-Landsrnanshaften Bond Leader

Heading the Labor Zionist Movement—Landsmanshaften 1970 Israel
Bond Campaign are (from left) Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel Bond
director; Nathan P. Rossen, Labor Zionist-Landsrnanshaften "Man of
the Year;" Morris Lieberman, celebration chairman; and Harry L.
Schumer, campaign chairman. Not shown is Mrs. Morris L. Schaver,
honorary chairman of the campaign, which will be culminated by the
22nd Israel anniversary celebration May 20. Gen. Amos Morey, Israel
quartermaster general, will be guest speaker. Sidor Belarsky will be
the guest artist.

E. W. Bliss I Israel) Name s New Managing Director

Most recently, he represented
Ben Zion Golan (liuliansky) has
the .government of Israel in
been elected managing director of
Chicago as Midwest director of
E. W. Bliss (Israel) Ltd.. a Gulf
and Western Industrial Products ; Israel Investment and Export
Authority and Israel consul for
Co.. whose home base is in Grand
Economic affairs.
Rapids.
Golan has been a member of the
Located in Natanya,
executive
committee of the Israeli
produces mechanical and hydraulic
metalworking presses. It also pro- Association of Engineers and Ar-
duces other machinery and per- chitects and was chairman of its
forms contract manufacturing for division of mechanical engineers.
A native of Russia. Golan has
the Israeli government, as well as!
a broad group of other customers. resided in Israel since 1921, except
Golan has extensive engineering ! for the past two years when he
and management experience in lived in Chicago on assignment by
Israeli industry, having held exe- the government of Israel. Golan
cutive positions at Kaiser Inn In- and his wife Emmy have two sons.
dustries, Ltd.. HaArgaz. Ltd. and Dov, who is special events officer
industry specifically associated - , for SwissAir, and Arnon, who is a
with the metalworking industry.
! captain in the Israeli Army.

A N

ALERT delicatessen proprietor in Palm Springs has
added Chinese fortune cookies to a menu already laden
with bagels, lox, and blintzes. When one habitue of the es-
tablishment, a nontalker
known as "Silent Sam"
Brisson, opened HIS first
fortune cooky there, it
read, "So stop reading
already; EAT!"
• • •
Imperturbable was Miss

Dorothy Parker when she
was in top form.
Lunching one day at the
famous Round Table In the
Algonquin Hotel, she sud-
denly inquired, "By the
way, what ever happened
to that unbelievable bore,
George Abernathy, that
Broun dragged around here
several times?" A gentleman opposite her announced angrily, "I
happen to be George Abernathy, Miss Parker." Without batting
an eyelash, Miss Parker nodded, "Really?-Well, what ever hap-
pened to you?"
• • •
Punster Walter Gibson, of Cleveland, claims that the girl he's
pining for is 1.) Good to the regiment, but rotten to the corps;
2.) A cheerleader front Ohio State whom he met by chants; and
3.) A wise lass who wouldn't allow a caller to interrupt her boss,
a prominent judge, while he was dining. "Nothing doing,"she
told the caller. "His Honor is at steak!"
Walter Gibson has one thing going for him all right. He has a
remarkable memory.
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Cong. Beth Hillel and for 29 years
treasurer of the congregation, will
be honored as "Beth Hillel Man of
the Yearl' at the
eighth annual!
Beth Hillel Israel
Bond Dinner 6
p.m. May 17 in
the synagogue, it
was announced
by Sigmund Low-
enthal, president.
Dr. Jack Statt-
mann will be
toastmaster. Otto
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ner chairman, and Mrs. Jack Wild-
strom ticket chairman. Rabbi Joel
J. Litke will voice the tribute. The
dinner will be preceded by a cham-
pagne reception.
For dinner reservations, call the
synagogue, BR 3-0570, or the Israel
Bond office, 352-6770.

of the state of Israel at a Yom
Ila'Atzniaut evening, 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Cong. Beth Mkt.
Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel
Bond director, will be guest s:: ■ eak-
cr, and a new movie of Israel will
be shown.
Morris Silver is president. Joshua
Joyrich will be celebration chair-
man.
Refreshments will be served. All
members are invited to bring their
friends. Admission is free.

Synagogue Youth Have
Sabbath Jazz Service

WASHINGTON (JTA)—An orig-
inal jazz service for the Sabbath
was presented at Temple Emanuel
! of Kensington. a Reform synago-
gue, by two teen-agers who creat-
ed the service, Judy Miller and
John Cohen. Miss Miller led the
services which began with the tra-
ditional candle lighting and re-
sponsive readings. The audience,
described by Miss Miller as "larg-
er than we usually have at Friday
night services," responded favor-
ably, according to the Jewish
Week of Washington.
Development of the service
took about two hours, according
to John Cohen who said he and
Miss Miller put the service to-
gether after he asked Rabbi Leon
Adler about the idea and "he said
okay and we did it." The youth,
who plays bass, harmonica, man-
dolin, fiddle and tenor banjo,
teaches Bar Mitzva candidates at
the synagogue. Miss Miller, a
graduate of the synagogue's con-
firmation class, plays flute pic-
colo and recorder, playing the lat-
ter instrument in the jazz service.
Guitars, sound systems and drums
made up the other instruments.
Poetry by the teenagers was in-
corporated in the service, as were
some works by Omar Khyyam
and Nelly Sachs, the Nobel lau-
reate.

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—Mark Twain

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Ha'Atzmaut celebration 8:30 p.m.
May 9 at Bnai Israel-Beth Yehuda
Synagogue, it was announced by
Louis Nathanson, president. The
program will honor the 22nd anni-
versary of the state of Israel.
Louis Levine will be guest speak-
er, and a new movie on Israel will
be shown. Walter Litt will be the
master of ceremonies.
There will be refreshments and
Israeli wine at this affair, on behalf
of Israel Bonds. Members arc
asked to bring their friends and
relatives. Admission is free.

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