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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 8, 19 6 0 —

People ...
Make News

Tell of Troth

Weintraub Girls Solo 1".11.7
Carolyn Goode Ireds. B-G's Son Involved
in Unique Law Suit; in Detroit Concert
PaulRichardLichter Court Sets Precedent

ALFRED GRUBER has been
appointed vice president in
charge of research at Milton
Brand and Company, a recently
formed marketing consulting
and research firm. Located in
Royal Oak, the company offers
facilities in market planning
and research for both industrial
and consumer clients.

MISS CHARLOTTE LIFTON

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lifton,
of Elmhurst Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Charlotte to Ben Katz, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hersch L. Katz,
of Windsor, Ont. A September
wedding is planned.

Adlai E. Stevenson's
Essays in New Book

Adlai E. - Stevenson presents
his "Democratic view" of world
affairs in a series of eight es-
says, in a new book, "Putting
First Things First," published
by Random House.
Originally offered in ad-
dresses and magazine articles,
which attracted worldwide at-
tention, the Democratic stan-
dard bearer has edited them for
wider distribution in this im-
portant book. The publishers
declare they "believe these
selections are worth preserva-
tion and pondering by this
generation of the friends of
freedom and democracy."
The initial essay, the title of
which also is use__ as the title
to the book, appeared in For-
eign Affairs.
His famous address, 'The
Public Responsibility of Private
Power," is among the essays in
this book.

Maj. AVRAHAM DRORI, sec-
retary general of the Herut •
Party in Israel arrived in New
York to organize a fund raising
campaign on behalf of the Tel-
Hai fund which maintains the
economic, social, h e a l t h and
cultural institutions of the Ja-
botinsky Movement in Israel.
*
*
Ben Kline, president of the
Monte Carlo Hotel en the ocean
at 65th Street, Miami Beach, an-
nounces the promotion of
CHARLES TRICE as general
manager of the hotel.
* * *
Rabbi Max Schenk, of Con-
gregation Shaari Zede k,
Brooklyn, N.
Y., chairman
of the execu-
tIve commit-
tee of the New k
York Board of
Rabbis, has•
been elected,
president of
the Alumni
Association of
Hebrew Union Rabbi Schenk
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion. He succeeds Rabbi Stan-
ley R. Bray of Cincinnati.

* *

P r o f. NATHAN KAPLAN,
chairman of the biochemistry
department in the graduate
school of Brandeis University,
arrived in Israel for a stay of
two months at the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Reho-
voth. He is accompanied by his
wife and young son. He will
lecture and work in the depart-
ment of biophysics which is
headed by Prof. Ephraim Ka-
tchalski.

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The Crystal Ballroom of the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel was
the setting for the recent mar-
riage of Caroly.. Ruth Goode,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Jay Goode of Cherrylawn Ave.,
to Paul Richard Lichter. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max L.
Lichter of Berkeley Rd.
The ceremony was performed
by Rabbi NI orris Adler. Dr.
Goode escorted his d , ughter,
who wore a short sleeved gown
of white Italian silk peau de
sole with a scoop neckline,
molded bodice of hand-run peau
de lange lace and a crushed
cummerbund.
T h e dome - shaped, floor-
length skirt had a side panel
and fell into a chapel train. The
bride wore a fitted cap of peau
de lange lace with a shoulder-
length poufe veil of white silk
illusion.
Barbara Lebowitz was maid
of honor, and bridesmaids in-
cluded Paula Williams, Susan
You're an optimist at heart if
Lebowitz, Pauline Ornstein and you expect a rebate from the
Carolyn Goode.
high cost of living.
Attending the groom were
Allen Lichter, his brother, as
best man; and Martin Goode,
Alden Leib, Paul F. Lichter,
PHOTOGRAPHY
Stuart Jaffe and Michael Luck-
Bar Mitzvahs
Weddings
off as ushers.
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
Also included in the bridal
For Quality Workmanship
party were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Call Mr. Rosen
UN 1-9000
Lichter, grandparents of the
groom, and Mrs. Louis Robins,
the bride's grandmother.
Upon their return from a
and his
B e r m u a a honeymoon, the
couple will reside in Ann
KEY-NOTES wr:
Arbor where the bridegroom
"Music As You Like It"
plans to attend medical school.
TO 8-7228

JOYCE AND JOANNE

Duo-piano team Joyce and
Joanne Weintraub, who studied
here under Rebecca Frohman,
will be soloists with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, Tuesday
e v e n i n g, at the State Fair-
grounds.
Currently studying at t h e
Eastman School of Music, at
Rochester, N.Y., the sisters are
scheduled to present several
concerts this year, two of which
will be late in July, in Roches-
ter and at the State University
Teachers College, Genesee, N.Y.
Their parents are the Joseph
Weintraubs, of Parkside Ave.

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MRS. PAUL LICHTER

A liberal case involving Amos
Ben-Gurion, son of the Israeli
Prime Minister, set legal prece-
dent in Israel recently, it is
disclosed by Eliahu Salpeter,
Jerusalem correspondent f o r
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Young Ben-Gurion had sued
for libel after charging he was
maligned by memberS of the
"Shurat Hamitnadvim," a group
of volunteers aiming at restor-
ing high standards to pubic
morality.
The vigilante g r o u p had
charged the abrupt closing of
the JRSO (Jewish Restitution
Successor Organization) file,
when it was learned there were
irregularities in the transfer of
receipts of large sums of money.
The Premier's son won a Dis-
trict Court action for nearly
8,000 Israeli pounds, but was
ordered to pay most of it back
by the Supreme Court, which
delivered an excoriating rebuke
of the District Court action.
Although the high court
found no proven guilt against
Ben-Gurion, the friendship of
the Premier's son and Yarkoni
was ruled to be a possible rea-
son for the closure of the file.
The District Court was taken
to task mainly because it had
allowed "patently untrue" state-
ments by Ben-Gurion and Y.
Sahar, then Superintendent of
Police, and had accepted police
refusal, in the pretext of public
interest, to present the JRS'0
file.
The court ruling was that the
police cannot use the cloak of
official asecrecy to protect the
interests of its top officers in
a private suit.

Li 5-6963

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Doors Open to Needy
Jewish Youth Abroad

More than 100 Joint Distribu-
tion Committee-assisted summer
camps last week opened their
doors to underprivileged Jewish
youngsters in Europe, North
Africa and Iran.
The camps, sponsored by local
Jewish organizations which re-
ceive financial and technical as-
sistance from the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, serve close
to 22,000 children.
Most are in the 6 to 16 age
group, according to Charles H.
Jordan, overseas director-gen-
eral of the JDC with offices in
Geneva.
There are 12 youth camps,
however; for 16 to 25-year-olds.
Among the items in the budg-
et for the camps subsidized by
JDC are food, transportation,
salaries, rent, maintenance and
repairs, clothing, equipment and
supplies. JDC also runs training
courses for directors and coun-
sellors. Jordan said funds are
provided in Europe by the Con-
ference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany and
the United Jewish Appeal.

Rabbi Gets 1st Life Tenure

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—Rabbi Seymour Gewritz has
become the first rabbi in this
city ever to be awarded a life
contract by a syngogue. Beth
Israel voted him a life tenure.
Rabbi Gewritz serves also as
the spiritual leader of Shearis
Israel.

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