38—Friday, September 7, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Re-Elect Herman Weisman
ZOD Committees Meeting ZOA President; Detroiters
to Promote Balfour Event Get National, Region Posts
Zionist Organization of Detroit committees were mo-
bilized, at a brunch at the home of Dr. and Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, to spur efforts for the annual Balfour Concert to
be held Nov. 25, at Ford Auditorium._Guest artists this
year will be Jaime and Ruth Neckler Laredo, violin and
piano virtuosos. Rabbi Leon Fram addressed the kick-off
In the upper photo, from left, are: Mrs. Theodore Man-
del, Prof. Jason H. Tickton, associate chairman of the com-
mittee- on arrangements and program coordinator; Dr.
Silver, Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman, committee co-chairman; Mrs.
Silver, Dr. Fram, Dr. Theodore Mandel, chairman of the
Balfour Concert committee; Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib and Dr.
Leib, ZOD president.
The Balfour Concert women's committee is shown in
the lower photo. From left are: front row, Mesdames Sol
Lifsitz, Bernard Weston and Sidney Lantz; middle row,
Mesdames Theodore Mandel, Ira G. Kaufman, Sidney Z.
Leib, Sanford Bennett, I. Walter Silver, Jason H. Tickton
and Richard G. Kramer; top row, Mesdames Alex Fried-
laender, Ben Meekler, Philip Slomovitz, Sidney Brand, Nor-
ma Hudosh, Joel I Hamburger, Samuel Gold, Julius Ring
and Herzl B. Shur.
Special to The Jewish News said Dr. Kissinger may "have
HOUSTON—Herman Weis- to counteract Arab hostility"
man was re-elected president to his appointment to mollify
of the Zionist Organization of them "at Israel's expense"
America for a "fourth term in order to demonstrate that
at the 76th annual convention his being a Jew does not in-
fluence his objectivity on the
held here last weekend.
Middle East situation.
Dr. Sidney Leib, president
Weisman deplored the fail-
of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, was elected one ure by the United Nations to
take concerted action against
of the 20 vice-presidents.
Philip Slomovitz was re-
"Israel places the sanctity
elected honorary vice-presi-
of the lives of its men, wom-
en and children and above its
Louis Panush was elected
respect for boundary lines
president of the North Cen-
with countries which encour-
tral ZOA Region, which in-
age terrorism," Weisman
said. "No one-sided resolu-
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein tion engineered by the Arab-
was elected chairman of the Afrian bloc will deflect Is-
ZOA national executive coun- rael from its duty to protect
cil. Detroiters named to the Jewish lives." He said the
NEC are Dr. Jack Green- U.S. and Israel are the only
nations in the UN "who wan',
to put teeth in the condem-
nation of international bandi-
try" but are thwarted by
the Arab-African bloc.
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NEW YORK — Donald M.
Kendall, chairman and chief
executive officer of Pepsi-
Co., Inc., has been named
recipient of the American
Jewish Committee Civic
Leadership Award in rec-
ognition of "his significant
contributions to the quality
of life in his community and
in the nation."
Announcement was made
by Andrew Goodman, gen-
eral chairman of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee's Ap-
peal for Human Relations.
The award will be presented
at a testimonial dinner at
the Americana Hotel Oct. 30.
Kendall was appointed in
1969 by President Nixon to
a term as chairman of the
National Alliance of Busi-
nessmen, a voluntary non-
profit organization of busi-
ness executives, labor offi-
cials and government offi-
cers whose goal is locating
jobs in the private sector of
the economy for the hard-
In November 1970 he was
elected to the chairmanship
of the National Center for
Resource Recovery, Inc., 'an
organization founded by a
large group of industrialists
to attempt to solve the na-
tion's solid waste and litter
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nation lies not in what gov-
ernment owns but in what
its people own. The sinews
of war are not dollars—they
are efforts.—Bernard M. Bar-
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AUXILIARY will meet 8 p.m
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Beverly Silver, 21940 Mar-
low, Oak Park. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Silver, 968-
berg, Carmi M. Slomovitz,
BLOCK-ROSE POST AND
Dr. Sanford Bennett, Dr. Ber- AUXILIARY will hold a joint
nard Weston and Leonard meeting and social 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the JWV home.
Two former ZOA presi- There will be a wine tasting
dents warned that the prob- program narrated by Howard
lem of Watergate and the Danzig. There will be prizes
appointment of Dr. Henry A. a n d refreshments. Friends
Kissinger as secretary of are invited. For information,
state could adversely affect call the president, Dorothy
the United States' long-stand- Goldberg, 548-6850, or com-
ing support of Israel.
mander, D a v id Goodstein,
Speaking at the conven- 356-3837.
tion, Jacques Torczyner of
New York said that Nixon's
SILVERMAN - DETROIT
loss of power and prestige AUXILIARY will meet 8 p.m.
as a result of Watergate Thursday at the home of Mrs.
"may encourage congres- Jack Schwartz, past depart-
sional leaders favoring a ment president, 27405 Fair-
more isolationist foreign poli- fax, Southfield. For informa-
cy to seek a reduction in U.S. tion call Mrs. Schwartz, 557-
military and diplomatic back- 0749. Entertainment will fol-
low the meeting.
ing of Israel."
* * *
Rabbi Max Nussbaum of
Hollywood, Calif., said Dr.
Kissinger, as the first Jew-
ish secretary of state in U.S. National 'Commander
history, may feel obliged to
WASHINGTON, D . C . —
placate Arab demands "in Ainslee R. Ferdie of Miami
order to show his Jewish- has been elected national
ness does not make him a commander of the Jewish
partisan to the conflict."
War Veterans, making him
Torczyner noted that while the first veteran of the Kor-
Congress is still predomi- ean War to be chosen for
nantly pro-Israel, "powerful that post.
spokesmen of isolationism,"
Also elected at JWV's re-
such as Senate Majority
cent national convention was
Leader Mike Mansfield and
Nathan M. Goldberg of Al-
Senate Foreign Relations
bany, a veteran of World War
Committee Chairman J. Wil-
II, as national judge advo-
liam Fulbright" may seize on
President Nixon's Watergate cate.
Ferdie, an attorney, has
troubles" to press for greater
as JWV department
U.S. disengagement abroad.
As regards Israel, he said, commander of Florida and as
this could mean attempts to a member of the national
lessen financial and military executive committee for eight
support. "a potentially cata- years. He was recipient of
strophic stroke, given Israel's the Julius Deutsch Award as
reliance on the United States the outstanding Jewish Vet-
alone among the big powers." eran of Florida and has been
Torczyner said he feared they chairman of the Conference
of Department Commanders
would also try to promote a"
of Veterans and Allied Or-
more "neutral" Middle East
ganizations of Florida.
stand in diplomatic discus-
sions and before international
We cannot live by power,
Rabbi Nussbaum, while and a culture that seeks to
praising Dr. Kissinger as live by it becomes brutal
"capable and brilliant" and and sterile. But we can die
applauding his appointment, without it. Max Lerner.
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