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June 14, 1974 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-14

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Rovner-Lachowitcher Grove Set

NEW YORK (JTA)—Some
150 American Jewish leaders
and Israeli government offi-
cials gathered at a luncheon
at the Delmonico Hotel Mon-
day to honor Gottlieb Ham-
mer on the occasion of his
retirement as executive vice
chairman of the United Israel
Appeal (UIA).

Max M. Fisher, of Detroit,
a former UIA chairman, who
is chairman of the board of
A grove of 1,000 trees will be planted in Israel by the the Jewish Agency for Israel,
Rovner-Lachowitcher Society in connection with the forth- presented Hammer with a
coming Jewish National Fund Dinner honoring the Morris 2,000-year-old ceramic jar
Brandwines June 24 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. This is the that was uncovered in the
second grove planted by the landsmanshaften group, whose soil of Israel.
officers are shown, from left, standing: Sam Manis,
Charles Cohen, Rabbi Noah Gamze of Downtown Syna-
gogue (a member of the JNF board of directors), Jacob
Gubow, ?resident of the society, Aba Applebaum and
Joseph Siegal; seated: Mr. and Mrs. Abe Saginaw and
Nathan Wiss.
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*
*

Irving Moskovitz Nahla Project
Coincides With Brandwine Fete

The Irving M. Moskovitz
Memorial Nahla (settlement)
is one of several projects to
be recognized at the testi-
monial dinner being tendered
to Mr. and Mrs. Morris J.
Brandwine June 24 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The testimonial dinner
being given for the Brand-
wines by the Jewish National
Fund will be addressed by
Sen. Robert Taft Jr.
The Nahla is in one of the
most dangerously exposed
sectors of Israel — Kiryat

LATE IRVING MOSKOVITZ

Shemona — just below the
Golan Heights, where a forest
to be known as the Morris
and Matilda Brandwine For-
est is to be dedicated.
A .nahla is a section of land,
consisting of 100 dunams
(25 acres) valued at a mini-
mum of $10,000. This land is
reclaimed and prepared for
settlement by the Jewish Na-

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The Jewish News
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tional Fund in the name of
the donor, in this case, the
Moskovitz family.
Coming to the United
States from Poland as a
young man with $10 in his
pocket, Mr. Moskovitz even-
tually became a successful
businessman and numisma-
tist, amassing a priceless col-
lection of U.S. and world
coins.
Characterized by a numis-
matic official as "extremely
generous in spending time
and money in the promotion
of junior activities" Mr.
MoskoAtz paid the entire
cost of luncheons and other
affairs for junior members
at Michigan Numismatic
Society conventions.
When his collections drew
national attention, he travel-
ed from coast to coast to
show his coins whenever a
request was made. Part of
his collection may be seen in
the Kadman Museum in Tel
Aviv.
Mr. Moskovitz, who died at
age 64 last July 2, was a
life member of the American
Numismatic Association and
a member of the Michigan
Numismatic Association, the
Israel Numismatic Society
and the Detroit Coin Club'
and --every major coin club
throughout the country. He
was adviser to the numisma-
tic division of Roosevelt Uni-
versity in Chicago.
He was a founder of Young
Israel of Oak-Woods and a
member of Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel, Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society, the Masons, De-
troit Consistory, Crescent
Shrine and Pisgah Lodge of
Bnai Brith.
He is survived by his wife,
Ruth; a daughter, Mrs. Mor-
ris (Phyllis) Novetsky; two
sons, Leon and Alan; five
grandchildren, three broth-.
ers, and a sister.

534 Wounded Still
Hospitalized: Dayan

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — A
total of 534 wounded soldiers,
victims of the Yom Kippur
War, are still in hospitals, it
was disclosed here by former
Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan in response to a ques-
tion raised in the Knesset.
Gen. Dayan also revealed
that the UN observer forces
on the cease-fire lines in the
Sinai include some Soviet
personnel. None of the Rus-
sians, however, are on the
Israeli side of the truce lines.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, June 14, 1974

Hammer Is Cited Upon Retirement

Pinhas Sapir, recently re-
tired Israeli finance minister,
who has worked closely with
Hammer over the years, said
that Hammer was the first
one "to introduce Israel to
the banks and bankers" of
the world.

442

TORONADO

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Hammer has resigned from
his post after 35 years of 0
service with the UIA and
the Jewish Agency for Is- a
GEORGE BRANT
rael. He leavees the UIA on V
July 1 to become senior vice
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