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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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M ore Detroiters Who Served War of Independence

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38—Friday, May 11, 1973

The role of Detroiters in
Israel's War of Independence
apparently was even greater
than that indicated in last
week's Jewish News.
In a revised list, supplied
by
Rudolph Newman of the
I
American Veterans of were
the following ere
added to those whose par-
ticipation in the 1948 War of
Independence helped Israel
survive its crucial first year.

JWV News

ning her 15th annual poppy
party and dinner in honor of
of poppy workers, with prizes
to the three highest sellers.
Proceeds go toward child
welfare, veteran hospitals
and other causes. Recently,
flags were presented to De-
troit schols by patriotic chair-
man Mrs. Milton Sriro. The
youth home, with 100 girls,
was given a party and make-
up demonstrations, and the
Allen Park Hospital was
serviced. Child welfare chair-
man is Mrs. Herman Silver
and hospital chairman, Mrs.
Avern Cohn will be grand
Harold Jacobs.
>: * *
marshal of the Israel 25th
anniversary parade May 20
Veterans to Hold
i n Oak Park. Shaul Ramati.
Israel consul general for the
Memorial Service
Midwest, will give the key-
Memorial services of the note address at the 1:30 p.m.
Department of Michigan Jew- rally following in Oak Park
ish War Veterans will be con- Municipal Park. There, 18
ducted 10 a.m. May 20 at volunteers from Detroit, who
Machpelah Cemetery.
Philip Goodman, command-
er of the Jewish War Veter- Historian Asks
ans Department of Michigan, Plaques to Mark
announces that Cantor Hy-
man Adler and Rabbi Her- T emple Sites
bert S. Eskin, chaplain for
Allen A. Warsen, local Jew-
the department, will officiate.
ish
historiographer, has pro-
All 13 posts and auxiliaries
posed to Temples Beth El
will participate.
and Israel that they include
The public is invited.
in their temple sales agree-
The Jewish War Veterans ments provisions for plaques
will proceed to the assembly designating the origins of the
point of the Israel Indepen- structures.
dente Day parade at 10 Mile
In so doing, future genera-
Larry Freedman and
Church Sts. in Oak Park. tions will be made aware of
Harry Friedman is memo- the historical significance of
Orchestra and Entertainment
rial services chairman, and these sites, said Warsen.
Sidney Lantz is Israel day
Such plaques would be sim-
cpairman.
ilar to the one that adorns

Ezekiel Solomon's monument
at Fort Michilimackinac and
, Zion's Triple Union
another marking the old Beth
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Zion as a triple union: El Cemetery. There also is a
FACIAL
HAIR
I i
Zion — the redemption of the David Heineman Memorial at
PERMANENTLY people of Israel, and Zion— the Detroit Historical Mu-
the return to the ancient seum.
REMOVED
homeland. Zion means both
Warsen said he has pro-
tyebrows—Neckline—Arms—Legs
a free and content Jew as posed to the Jewish Welfare
Recommended by Physicians
well as a Jew who is proud Federation that a plaque be
FREE CONSULTATION
and whose wealth becomes placed in a room in the Fred
SHIRLEY PERSIN
him; independent existence Butzel Building in memory of
Registered Electrologist
and extensive development
AUVANCE BUILDING
of the original cultural traits; Detroit's first Jew, Chapman
23077 GREENFIELD
'Room 260
&
a Jewish State and the Land Abraham.
PHONE 557-1108
of Israel. — Berl Borochov,
15
"On Zion and Territory" Muscular Dystrophy

BLOCH-ROSE POST and
AUXILIARY will honor out-
goin g commander William
Gre e n b e r g and auxiliary
president Gerry Feldman at
a banquet to be held 7 p.m.
Tuesday at the Elmwood Ca-
sino, Windsor. Dinner, a floor
show and awards to officers
are planned. Friends are in-
vited. For reservations, call
Evelyn or Sam Skupsky, 543-
B078. The Post and Auxiliary
will participate in a citywide
Poppy Day collection May 17.
Proceeds will go for hospital-
ized veterans and scholar-
ships. For information, call
Mrs. Feldman, 398-8955.
* * *
DENNIS GREENWALD-
SOUTHFIELD POST h a s
been awarding cash cerifi-
cates to Southfield art stu-
dents for their prize-winning
works, which will be auc-
tioned to procure funds for a
scholarship. Commander Sye
Gorman has delegated senior
vice-commander Iry Stollman,
artist and sculptor, to head
the committee. Donations of
art to help further the schol-
arship program will be ap-
preciated.
* * *
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUX-
ILIARY poppy chairman
Mrs. Morris Simrod is plan-

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Wayne, Oakland, Macomb,
Monroe and St. Clair coun-
ties will participate in the an-
nual house-to-house solicita-
tion for Muscular Dystrophy
5-9 p.m. June 5.
Plume 398-6894
The volunteers, identified
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seek funds to support medi-
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fought in Israel's War of In-
dependence, will be given
by Ramati a special "Aleh"
award from the state of Is-
rael. The public is invited to
attend the parade and rally.
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first paratroopers in the air-
borne training school from
March to December 1948.
His wife Peggy, from Fin-
land, was a parachute rigger
whom he met during the
war. They now live in Cali-
fornia.
Newman said that pilot
Stanley Andrews, the "only
true Detroiter killed in the
war," was shot down,. in the
Gaza campaign do Novem-
ber 1948 and was captured
and killed by the Arabs.
Andrews had no family in
Detroit, and Newman, his
roommate in Tel Aviv, had
hopes of getting a fund start-
ed to purchase a plaque in
his memory.

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volunteer during Israel's
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Belkin, Edward Styrak and
Sol Friedman. (Fitzhenry
supplied yet another name,
Jim Boyd, a flier, who was
killed.)
Newman, who said the
last formal meeting of De-
troit AVI took place three
years ago, tries to maintain
contact with the veterans.
He recalled the role of Rob-
ert Leeds (Levy), - a para-
trooper, who trained the

Parade Marshal Named for May 20;
Israel to Thank Veterans of '48

,

Nr. Northland

Veterans who live here
have agreed to participate in
the May 20 Israel Independ-
ence Parade in Oak Park.
Besides those listed in last
week's paper Newman listed
Detroiters Jack Branston,
Edward Nelson, James Fitz-
henry, and David Saferstein.
Newman said others who
no longer live in Detroit in-
clude Hank Kaplan, Alex
Niemoff, Jack Eringer, Dan

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