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August 19, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-19

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A former South African Rab-
bi who was forced to leave that
ei _try because of his views on
the racial question, will address
the opening dessert luncheon
meeting of the Detroit Women's
Division of the American Jew-
ish Congress 12:30 p.m. Sept. 8
at Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park.
Dr. Andre Ungar, assistant
rabbi at Temple Bnai Abraham,
Newark, N. J., will describe
the dilemma of South African
Jewry over the racial segrega-
tion policy, apartheid.
Mrs. Sallan Lurie, program
chairman for the Detroit Worn-
en's Division, recalled that Dr.
Ungar had taken a leading role
in the deliberations of the com-
mission on International Affairs
of the AJCongress at its recent
national biennial convention in
New York.
The Detroit Women's Division
has extended a welcome to all
the Jewish Women of the com-
munity to attend the meeting.
Dr. Ungar, whose present
temple is served by Dr. Joachim
Prinz, president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, was born
in Hungary and emigrated to
England after the war where
he studied at Jews College. He
was ordained by the late Rabbi
Leo Baeck. During his stay in
England, he received his doc-
torate in philosophy at the Uni-
versity of London.
In South Africa, Dr. Ungar
was rabbi of Temple Israel in
Port Elizabeth, the scene of
many out-breaks of racial vio-
lence over the apartheid poli-
cies of the South African gov-
ernment. Before he came to the
United States, he served con-
gregations in England and
Canada, following his expulsion
from South Africa.
Mrs. Dan Shapiro, president
of the Detroit Women's Divi-
sion, will be installed along
with her other officers and
board preceding Dr. Unger's

Camp Thunderbird
Stages Convention

The election campaign and
mock convention at Camp
Thunderbird, Grass Lake, re-
sulted in vict or y for Alan
Sugarman and David Frieden-
berg. They were elected camp
co-directors for camper coun-
selor day.
Victorious as camper head
counselor at Thunderbird was
Fred Levine. Marsha Kaplan
heads the medical staff. Assist-
ants elected to camp posts were
Mark Weisberg, Steve Kaplan,
Jerry Sugarman, Stuart Martin,
Lenny Weiss, Laurie Garris,
Barbara Kramer, Judy Weiss,
Dale Kramer, Carol Glassman
and Beverly Mutchnick.


Leave Evervthine to Us

Weds Ted Gans Women's Clubs

Annual Israel Report Meeting
Postponed Until Sunday, Sept. 11

David Safran, chairman of the which was to have been held on
of the Detroit Section of the
NATIONAL COUNCIL of JEW- Detroit Israel Bond Organiza- Sunday morning, has been can-
ISH WOMEN will present a tion, announced this week that celled.
"Back to School Fashion Show" the scheduled annual report
He stated that it has been
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home meeting of Detroit bondholders, found necessary to postpone the
of Mrs. Arthur Gould, 10454
meeting and to hold it simul-
Ludlow, Huntington Woods. A
taneously with the pre-High
dessert luncheon will be served. Dutch Airlines Offers Holy Day rally on Sunday
The Young Set Children's Shop Private Tours of Israel morning, Sept. 11.
will provide the clothes and
For those who would rather
children of the board members
For the
will act as models. Co-chairmen travel privately than in groups,
Perfect Affair ..
Mrs. Robert B. Golby and Mrs. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is
Milton E. Lichterman invite all offering six tours to Israel and
members and guests to attend. Europe.
The Dutch airlines, in con-
The affair will also see the in-
and His Orchestra
stallation of new officers and junction with American Travel
UN 3-3737
board members by President
James L. Van Vliet. They in- sible for all land arrangements,
clude Mesdames Emanuel has provided for hotels, sight-
Sharon Lynn Levitt, daughter Baker, Herbert Burdick, John seeing trips, surface transporta-
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Levitt of W. Dreifus, Marvin Fleischman, tion, meals, transfers to air-
Outer Dr., and Ten Gans, son Henry B. Frank, Marvin Fren- ports and tips on these six
of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis J. Gans of kel, James Ginn, Ronald Green- varied itineraries.
An 18-day tour visits Paris
Woodingham Dr., were wed re- berg, Don Hartman, Herbert
cently in a candlelight cere- Hiller, Norman Katz, Walter and Rome before devoting 10
LI 2-0874
mony at the Sheraton-Cadillac Klein, Frank Levine, Harold days to Israel. A 31-day tour,
Hotel. Rabbi Milton Arm of- Marko, Sidney Morris, Balfour which includes 15 days in Israel,
Peisner, William Rattner, Mel- also visits Rome, Lucerne, Paris,
Larry Paul
The bride wore a white peau vin Rosenhaus, Lowell Salas- London and Amsterdam.
The 37-day itinerary has the
de soie gown trimmed in chan- nek, Irving Steinberg, William
tilly lace and seed pearls. The Steinberg, Donald Weil and same 15-day tour of Israel plus
Refinishing & Repairing
ccurt train was also appliqued Madelein Weisberg. Members- visits to Istanbul, Athens,
7579 W. McN1CHOLS
in the lace. A crown of seed at-large are Mesdames M. Mor- Vienna, Lucerne, Paris, London
UN 4-8440 UN 2-7949
pearls held her illusion veil and ton Barak, Albert Cole, Richard and Amsterdam. A 45-day tour,
she carried a crescent bouquet Pr e n t i s, John Redfield and which has the same itinerary in
of white orchids and stephano- Charles Rubiner, advisor. Mrs. Israel, also includes Rome,
Florence, Venice, Lucerne, In-
John Dreifus will be hospitality terlochen, Geneva, Paris, Lon-
Mrs . George Simmons was
chairman and Mrs. Herbert - Nil- don, Brussels and Amsterdam.
her sister's matron of honor.
ler will supervise hostesses for
The Soviet Union is visited on
Bridesmaids were Barbara Yar-
two of the tours. One is a 31-
rows, Lois Rosner and Sandra the afternoon.
* * *
For fine color movies
day trip which includes the 15-
Mrs. Nathan Wolok, vice pres- day tour of Israel plus visits to
of your wedding
Dr. Robert Gans served his
brother as best man. Ushers ident of the RADOMER LA- Amsterdam, Helsinki, Lenin-
were Marvin Horwitz, Neil DIES AUXILIARY, will be grad, Moscow and Kiev. The
Zales, Stanley Cohen and hostess to members and friends other one has the same itinerary
at a game party 8:30 p.m. in Israel and in addition there
George Simmons.
The couple departed for a Wednesday at her home, 15420 are visits to Amsterdam, Hel-
Miami Beach, Fla., honeymoon, Oakwood, Oak Park. Proceeds sinki, Leningrad, M o s c o w,
followed by residence on Geof- will go to charity. For informa- Stalingrad, Rostov, Sochi, Kiev
tion, call Bessie Adler at DI and Rome.
frey Ct. in Oak Park.
1-5526, or Lydia Slakter at
VE 6-8174.
* * *
218 of the American Legion,
has elected the f ollo wing
officers for 1960-61 season: Mes-
The LOUIS STONE CHAP- dames Frances Green, presi-
TER Night Bowling League will dent; Lydia Slakter, vice presi-
hold a meeting for all inter- dent; Bessie Forman, 2nd vice
ested bowlers 8:30 p.m. Thurs- president; Ann Weil, secretary;
day at the home' of Ethel Ann Gottleib, treasurer; Clara
Goldenberg, 17321 Santa Rosa; Shaperio, chaplain; Jean Wein-
Those wishing to respond traub, historian; Tillie Sable,
should call Mrs. Goldenberg at color bearer; Lillian Greenfield,
UN 4-0109, or Thelma Seder at sergeant-at-arms; Minnie Weber-
man, Ida Stein and Bertha
UN 1-3094.
* * *
Goldstein, executive board. Out
LOUIS STONE LODGE will going president is Mrs. Helen
hold its annual picnic Aug. 28 Wolf.
* *
at Lola Valley Park. The picnic
will be a drug shower, with do-
nations of vitamins, medicines CHAPTER, Women's American
and bandages to be sent to the ORT, announces it will hold a
Penrickton Nursery School for theater party Aug. 28 at North-
visually handicapped children. land Playhouse, featuring "Two
Food and games will be feat- f,,r the Seesaw" with Dana An-
drews. Tickets will be sold on
a first-come, first-serve basis.
For further information, call
Free Grandstand Show Dolores Friedman at GR 6-1722.
* *
Again at State Fair
The Michigan State Fair will the Golden Chain, will give a
continue its policy of offering games party for husbands, wives
a completely free Grandstand and friends 8:30 p.m. Monday
Show, Donald L. Swanson, gen- at Jericho Temple, 18495 Wy-
eral manager, announces.
oming. Refreshments will be
Except for the State Fair served. For information, call
250-mile auto race on Sept. 11, Bea Leland at UN 4-4878.
there will be no ticket takers
Mrs. Irving Chaiken, presi-
at the grandstand.
Tell your mom they hove the y
The Grandstand Show will dent of the NEW LIFE CHAP-
clothes for your younger sister and
begin opening day Friday, Sept. TER, American Medical Cen-
2, with daily performances at ter at Denver, Colo., will open
■ ■ brother, too.
2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and the first meeting of the sea-
will feature a tremendous va- son with a membership drive
riety show including the Sal- 12:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Max-
ter's Ice Review in addition to ine Sheldon Gallery, 19368 Liv-
a terrific fireworks display fol- ernois. A pr o g r am entitled
lowing these shows on the "Creative Living, a Decorat-
nights of Sept. 6, 7, 8, and 11, ive Accessory Show with
with acts of particular interest Props" will be presented by
to children and the entire fam- Maxine Sheldon, Ilona Altsh-
uler, Mildred Friedman, Bren-
Swanson points out that for ton Carroll and Murray and
the price of admission to the Co. Mrs. Harold Goldburg and
State Fair grounds, all shows Mrs. Louis Parzen, recent dele-
No. of 9 Mile
and exhibits are free except for gates to the annual conference
the coliseum programs and the in Denver, will report on the
Open to 9
developments of the Eleanor
midway features.
Fri., Sat.
Roosevelt Institute for Cancer
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TO 8-2705

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1 5-T HE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —Friday, August 19, 1960

Former S. Africa
Rabbi to Address
Congress Women

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