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November 04, 1960 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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The EVENTIDE RESIDENCE,
2643 Park, (Retirees) announce
the date of their second bazaar
Nov. 26. In addition to the sale
of articles contributed, there
will be a continuous luncheon all
afternoon, and continuous mov-
ing pictures on travel will be
shown.
* * *

Following two years of nego-
tiation the first American tour
of Yugoslavia's mighty BRANKO
KRSMANOVICH CHORUS is
being made this season. This en-
semble of 80 mixed voices (40
men and 40 women) is the
largest such organization ever to
tour North America. As a con-
tinuation of the tradition of the
famed Obilich Choir, founded in
1884, it is one of Europe's oldest,
most distinguished organizations.
The Branko Krsmanovich will
appear at the Masonic Temple at
8:20 p.m. Saturday.
• * •
Eric H. Rose, managing di-
rector of the • Trans-Lux Krim
Theater, announces that Walt
Disney's true life adventure
feature, "JUNGLE CAT," will
have its Detroit premiere on
Nov. 4.
* * *
New York industriaist ABRA-
HAM FEINBERG has been re-
elected chairman of the Brandeis
University board of trustees at a
meeting of the 29-member board
held in New York. He is chair-
, man of the board of Kayser-Roth
Corporation.
• • *
Rabbi HAYIM DONIN, of
Congregation Bnai David, 24350
Southfield, Detroit, was elected
regional vice presid
Yeshiva
Rabbinic
Alumn .
the
p's 17th an-
nual
n Hotel Bruns-
vent'
wic Lak
od, N.J. RABBI
H
CH
CHACTER, of the
B
x, N.t, was electe
esi-
t.

the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem for "the most significant
contribution to the progress and
development of Israel," at a
dinner to be held Nov. 21, at
the Park Lane Hotel, New York,
it was announced by Philip M.
Klutznick, president, and Daniel
G. Ross, chairman of the board,
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
* *
MORI CRANE, of Chicago,
has been appointed field execu-
tive secretary of Women's
American ORT for the Southern
California Coordinating Council.
* * *
MILTON P. SIEGEL, 49-year-
old assistant director of World
Health Organization, serving in
Geneva, has been voted this
year's AZA Distinguished Alum-
nus Award of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization.
*
*
SANFORD SOLENDER, for the
last 12 years director of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board's
community center division, was
elected executive vice-president
of the JWB.

Soviet Arms Flow
to Nasser Grows

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
flow of arms from the Soviet
Union to the United Arab Repub-
lic was reported to be in-
creasing in quantity and quality.
Foreign Minister Golda Meir told
visiting Americans that the supply
of late-model Soviet jet fighter
planes to the UAR was a "special
reason for concern" to Israel.
Gershon Avner, head of the
United States desk in the Foreign
Ministry, said that "the newer
Soviet weapons, in larger num-
ber, are being steadily directed
to Nasser."
(Cairo dispatches received in
London disclosed that the United
Arab - Republic had asked the
Soviet Union to supply it with
the latest model "Super-MIG"
jet fighters to offset - the late-
model French jet fighters used
by the Israeli Air Force.
(Other Cairo reports to Lon-
on said a Communist Chinese
'Mary mission had reached an
eement with the UAR for the
of Egyptian military depots
dumps for Chinese war ma-
rial being supplied to the Al
erian rebels. UAR diplomats
*
dicated this weekend, it
ILLIAM
reported, that the Chinese
nal chairma of the
ted
material might also be
ish Appeal, ill r
e the
against Israel. They asserted
Solomon Bub
Award of
both Algeria and Israel were
struggles in which the Arabs
the
to help themselves from whate
sources were available.)
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Cindy Grand became the bride
of Michael Jay Grey in a 'cere-
mony performed by Rabbis Hal-
pern and Hertz Oct. 27 at Holi-
day Manor.
The newlyweds are the chil-,
ciren of Mr. and Mrs. Irving A.
Grand, 19340 Pennington, and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Grey,
27486 Bell, Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of
white silk taffeta with an open
neckline and short sheared
sleeves. Satin bow knots adorned
the front of the floor-length,
dome-shaped gown which f
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tional Um
of Resistance -Fight-
ers, at
annual- convention
here, a
ted a unanimous reso-
lution
ling upon the Federal
Republi f Germany to establish
diploma relations with Israel
"immedia
Such rela
West Germany an
resolution declared, "would not
only help live down Germany's
past, but would also help purify
and strengthen the free nations
of the world."

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A membership rule of Delta
Theta Phi, national legal frater-
nity, accepting only "white
Christians," Tuesday brought a
ban on the fraternity at Wayne
State University here. With-
wal of official recognition
s the fraternity cannot use
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SAN FRANCI 0
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children were own, t
a degree in
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stract of s on dis-
one of her
play at the 3
annual- San Fran-
cisco Women Artists As
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t in the. Civic
Center.
-
Ten of Mrs. Ada Garfinkel's
paintings are also on display at a
restaurant in Berkley and five
at the Millar Gallery here. Her
work will be displayed at the
Lucien Labaudt Gallery next
month.
In the short time since she
began serious painting, Mrs. Gar-
finkel also has had two one-
woman shows and several group
shows. Her work also was repre-
sented at the recent San Fr
cisco Art Festival.

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A dinner-dance for 200 guests
followed the ceremony.
Following a two-week
trip to the W
es, th
newlyweds
eside at
Parker,
ia.

Resistance F
rs Call
for Israel- . man Ties

Penn Yan, New York

Branch Two, Labor Zionist
Organization; will hold its
Odessa Progressive Aid Soci- monthly meeting 6 p.m. Mon-
ety announces the annual Child day at the home of Mr. and
Rescue and Rehabilitation Donor Mrs. Harry Mondry, • 22909 S.
Luncheon will
Bellwood, Southfield.
be held noon
Dinner will precede the
Nov. 16 at the
meeting.
Hayim Green-
Featured speaker will be Col-
berg Center.
man Reisman on "Significant
Chairman of
Israeli Issues of the Jewish
the event is
Year 5720." Delegates Florence
Mrs. Walter
Zahler, Phillip G
Litt.
Linderman
Aaron Kutnick
Mrs. Charles
will re
on the recent na-
D. _Solr,vich,
tion
onvention, according to
national presi-
Mr
ondry, chairman.
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Mrs. Litt
Brith Women, will be guest
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Also featured will be songs
Shoshana Friedman, accom
nied by Bella Goldberg. The
vocation will be delivered
Big Selec •
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Mrs. Eva Hayman.
For reservations, call Mrs. M.
er Name Brand
Kapnik, UN 3-9526.

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"THE TENTH MAN," the
popular New . York play, will
celebrate its first anniversary
Saturday. Written by Paddy
Chayefsky and directed by Ty-
rone Guthrie, its cast features
Jacob Ben-Ami, Risa Schwartz,
Rudolf Weiss, Lou Jacobi, Don-
ald Harron, George Voskovec,
Alan Manson, David Vardi and
Jack Gifford.
• * *

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