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April 09, 1971 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-09

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Moro- entliatt Nets:. $112,00.Q.

THE DETROi r j !<diSii NEWS

..Bonds Israel Entertamer
and Movie star to
Be at Bond Affair

At the Henry Morgenthau Lodge and Chapter, Bnai Brith,
dinner-dance, which honored Harvey L. Weisberg, as "man of the
year," and resulted in S112,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions are
(from left) seated: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weisberg, parents of the
honoree; Emil Cohen, guest star; and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weis-
berg; and standing: Mayor Norman W. Feder of Southfield; Norman
Bernstein, president of Morgenthau; Leo Kaplan, dinner-dance
Chairman; and Mrs. Murray Sedley, past president of the chapter.
Weisberg was presented with the Shalom Award by the Israel
Bond Organization, and with a proclamation by Mayor Feder set-
ting March 20 as "Harvey L. Weisberg Day" in Southfield. The
dinner-dance was held at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.


Israeli movie star Yacov Dan
, will be guest artist at the United
Israel Bond Dinner-Dance 9 p.m.
April 17 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Ira Hirschmann, rescuer of
100,000 Jews from the Holocaust,
will be guest speaker at this affair
sponsored by five organizations.
Dan, who has been featured in
a number of motion pictures,
accompanies his singing with the
electronic guitar.
Born in Israel, Dan served in the
Sinai Campaign and in the Six-Day

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7:00 p.m. Bonwit Cellar
Somerset Mall Troy

War. His recordings are on Israeli,
European and American labels.
Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will provide the dance music
for this dinner-dance celebrating
Israel's 23rd anniversary of state-
hood. Mrs. Louis Papo is the,
dinner-dance chairnian. Associate
chairmen are Simon Cieck, Isaac
, Kune Greenb am
Michael Weiss.
The five organizations . sponsoring
the affair are Radomer Mutual
Society, Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit, United Jewish
; Social Club, Workmen's Circle,
Branch 227 and Zionist 'Revision-
- ists. For reservations, call the
Israel.Bond office; 557-6770.

Dr. George M. Kessler, Lansin o
Jewish community leader, has
been named 1971 chairman for M. Manuel Merzon
State of Israel Bonds for th e
Running for OP Mayor
Greater Lansing community:
Attorney M. Manuel Merzon has
Serving, as Co-chairman will b e
announced his candidacy for the
Drs..Kurt Gorwitz...
office of mayor of Oak Park, in
The community will launch- a a special election to be held April
celebration of Israel's 23rd antit- -19, to fill the unexpired term.
versary of statehood it a. dinner
A graduate of the University of
730..p.iri. May 1 at Cong. Shaarey Michigan and Detroit College of
Law, he has been in practice for
reception will precede -the dinner. many years, specializing in bus-
hamlet in the state, and young,
Dr. Kessler, professor of horti- iness law.
men schooled under' Sachs" eye. I culture at Michigan State Uni-
Merzon stated he believes that
have gone on to excellene'e

ersity, was the first chairman
countless numbers of colleges and of Bonds for Israel in Lansing r the mayor has
the obligation to
in 1956 and has been active since
study the tax
If Only those players who have then.
structure, to re-
been schooled under "Cincy"
Dr. Gorwitz, new to the Lansing
duce expendi-
showed up May 1. , the walls of the community this year, is director
tures through
Raleigh- House would be bulging. of the Michigan Center for Health
strict economy,
Sachs 'himself can't explain Statistics.
"to help organize
his basketball knowledge. His
the citizenry
Humorist, raconteur and vocalist
with a view of
education as a coach and •'teach- Emil Cohen will be the guest star.
vita 1 participa-
er came naturally—not through
The committee is composed of
tion in the threats
textbooks and dlassrooms. lie the following: Bernard Bloomfield,
to o u r environ-
started at age 12 when, in Cin- Rabbi Philip Frankel, Alan H.
set our faces stet
cinnati, he organiied his first Ginsburg, Harold Gladstone, Mrs.
ty against crime:
asketball team. - Along the way Morris Goldstein, Hadassah, Sid-
e enjoyed success as a player, ney Goodman, Dr. David Kahn, and conduct a campaign of edu-
teacher, coach, sporting goods Joseph Meites, Robert Mermel- cation with a view of checking the
salesman and administrator.
stein, Jack Rachman Sidney evil of drugs."
Past president of the Zionists-
"People complain about kids," Rosenberg, Lawrence Shanker, Lee
--- -said Cincy, "but kids today are bet- S. Shulman, Sam Shumacher and Revisionists of Detroit, Merzon
added that he feels the mayor
ter in every way. As far as basket- Stanley Steinborn.
ball talent, they're 500 per cent
For information and reservations, should "set the tone of the com-
better than in what people some- contact Dr. Kurt Gorwitz, 227 munity for a moral atmosphere
which would prove a mighty pillar
times call the "good old days". Gatewood, 372-6174.
toward maintaining the moral
They simply run faster, shoot bet-
ter—do everything more proficient
It is a great advantage for a standards of the people as gleaned
than ever before. And they're system of philosophy to be sub- from the Holy Bible, the common
stantially true.—George Santayana. heritage of all American people,
irrespective of race, color or

Classes Also in Southfield

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Greenfield/8 Mile Rds.


Norman Tarackoff

Eugene Bortnick

of Washington, D.C. will serve a
second one-year term as national
chairman' of the Society of Fel-
lows ' of the Anti - Defamation
League Appeal, it was announced
by. Seymour Graubard, national
chairman of ADL of Bnai Brith.

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Happy Passover



Sachs coached for many years
and never knew what it was to
have a losing season. And he
coached on every level of competi-
tion, winning. a total of 28 league
Dinner ticket chairman is Myron
"Susie" Schecter, DI 2-9112.
Others on the committee are Dave
Sachs, Sam Lieberman and Mor-
rie Surath. Proceeds will go to es-
tablish scholarships in the name of
Cincy Sachs.
Tickets may be obtained at all
J. L. Hudson stores, Fisher Thea-
ter, -4khe main office of the Auto
Club, Jack Piona, 963-2911, 150
Bagley Avenue, and from any
member of the committee.

MSU Prof Heads
Lansing Bond Unit
Dinner Is -Slated

for appointment, call 353-3452

Eight Mile & Beech Rd. Shopping Center, Southfield

Cincy Sachs—`Mr. Basketball —
to Be Honored at Testimonial

Former players, coaches and
friends will honor "Mr. Basket-
ball," Philip "Cincy" Sachs at a
testimonial dinner May 3 at the
Raleigh House.
This is a golden anniversary
dinner", commemorating Sachs' 50
years of basketball teaching in
Michigan. In that time, Cincy
Sachs' basketball clinics have
touched down at just about every

Friday, April 9, 1971-41


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