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January 27, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-27

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MISS JUDY STONE

Mr. and Mrs. Irving I. Stone
of Cleveland, Ohio, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Judy, to Alorry Weiss, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss,
17152 Indiana.
The bride-elect is majoring in
education at Ohio' State Uni-
versity. Her fiance is an eco-
nomics major at Wayne State
University. A September wed-
ding is planned.

I Our Letter Box

Jewish View Reflected
at Conference on Aging

Invitations to the Fourth Inter- Sunday School teachers.
Mrs. Milton Rosenbaum and
faith Institute sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El Mrs. Joseph "Waltzer are co-
have been sent to approximately chairmen of the event. They will
700 public school teachers, su- be assisted by Mesdames Sydney
perintendents, principals, assist- Katzman, Bernard Lieberman,
ant principals and counselors in Ray Witus, David Leeser, Bert
the South Oakland County area. Marks, Stanley Friedman, Ralph
The program will start with Moses, Rita Radner and Martin
registration 5:45 p.m. Wednes- Sclar.
Participating in the musical
day at Temple Emanu-El, 14450
W. 10-Mile Rd., Oak Park. On portion of the program will be
display will be ceremonial tables Mesdames Albert Alexander and
representing the various holidays Walter Stark, vocalists, and Mar-
jorie Grulick, organist.
in the Jewish calendar.
Complimentary dinner will be
MAURICE A. BETMAN, of
served, followed by two lecture
sessions. Rabbi Milton Rosen- the Northwestern Mutual Life
baum will speak on "Jewish Re- Insurance Company was the
ligious Ideas," and guest Rabbi sixth leading producer for all
of Southeastern Michigan dur-
M. Robert Syme, of
1960. He also finished third
rael, will discus
le Eckert Agency's "Man
Faith."
Ceremonies of
Year" contest.
each lecture,
Immediately
ed from mem-
questions c
ORE PEOPLE USE
audience will be
bers of tl
refreshing, calorie-free
the rabbis.
answered
stitute is p
This
educat . al purpos
information
sentii
respo
to th e who have
bilit for the educati
SWEETER THAN SUGAR
assist
dren it is hoped this
YET NO FOOD VALUE
under-
in
a
more
clt
thei
Recommended by doctors to
diabetics, overweights and local.
stan ng of the children of Je
orie diets. Use for beverages,
aith. Previous instit
ish
'desserts, cooking. Pure. Corn.
spons -ed by the Temple
p"USE•ISTED% pletely harmless. 4 01, - 15:
1 for LMe's
El S erhood have
aall : GlIARANTEED'EDN:FATTENING',
, public
churchwo
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FOOD
StORES EVERYWHERE
Christian
chers
school

Editor, The Jewish News:
As the delegate of the Rab-
binical Council of America to
the White House Conference on
Aging, held in Washington Jan.
8-12, it was a privilege to par-
take in a conference which is of
such great importance to the
future of all Americans.
That such a conference was
called by the president of the
United States in response to a
congressional bill, and that con-
cern for the aging was and is be-
ing felt in the highest level of
government is indicative of the
strong moral fiber that runs
through the American people.
The moral test of a nation,
according to some, is to be meas-
ured by how it treats its old.
"Affection and care for the old,
the incurable, the helpless . . .
are the true gold mines of a
culture."
The major Jewish speaker at
the conference was Dr. Abraham
spote on "The
J. Hes
erson an • e Family in
Old
'of -wish Tra-
c
th
d dele-

." Of the 600
rganiza-
: tes from national
tions, about 50 re s ed the
r ou and so-
various Jewish
i e tradi-
s.
cial service ag
iew was
tional Jewis
the final
stro
in the sec-
r
rep
on.
tion
DONIN
H.
R
Conti nai David

sanctuary will be con-
ions
The merger of C
gr een will struc e and a wider scope of
Beth Moses and
p.m . Feb. 5 activiti s organized.
be celebrated
(Beth Moses).
at the synag
The res mg Beth Moses
Synagogu o. ow entails
a
bined m bershi
lies, a s erhoo
O. wo
n's club
and a
• Dick Stein Orchestra
en's a iliary, fori rly a
with Dick Stein
ngre• on,
the ol
ated
of the
become a
will n
Zan Gilbert Orchestra

sisterh od.
Very Continental
e merger, an
As a esult o
which meets
adult 1
• Townsmen • Whittier
Monday evenings, has been
• Joe Oddo • Menlo's
established with instruction by
Rabbi Hyman Agress and Rabbi
KE 5-2604
Gershom Frankel.

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17 -- THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, J anuary 27, 1961

Judy Stone Will
Wed Alorg Weiss

ebrated Feb. 5

Beth Moses Mer

Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Will
Hold Fourth Interfaith Institute

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