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January 27, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-27

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JNF Ladies Auxiliary Donor Tea
to Help Build Freedom Forest

The Freedom Forest near
Jerusalem will be given a boost
by the annual donor tea of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
National Fund 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Temple Israel.
Ira A. Hirschmann, lecturer,

building up Israel's defense for-
ests and extending the border
settlements by planting trees in
the Freedom Forest.
Contributions and reservations
ma7 be made by contacting Mrs.
William Levin, donor chairman,
UN 4-7573; or donor co-chair-
men Mesdames Milton Winston,
UN 2-5074 and Ben Nosan, VE
8-7245; or Mrs. George Lerner,
JNF Auxiliary president, UN
2-7438.

Activities

Hirschmann

Freeman

author and former U.S. Govern-
ment representative in war
refugee rescue efforts, will be
guest speaker. Also featured will
be Mort Freeman, singer and in-
terpreter of early American
songs.
Proceeds from the annual
donor event will be used toward

Center Teen Varsity
Cagers Slip for 1st Time

The Jewish Community Center
Teen Varsity suffered its first
defeat of the season at the hands
of Ferndale, while the Junior-
Varsity won its fifth straight
game over a Ferndale Junior
squad.
The Teens lost, 55-49; they
trailed 29-24 at the half, and
matched Ferndale point for point
in the second half, but couldn't
quite catch up. Jerry Golden led
the Center attack with 15. The
Teens are now 13-1 for the sea-
son.
In an opening game, the Jun-
iors trounced Ferndale, 51-11.
They led 13-2 at the quarter and
26-2 at the half. David Wolok
had 9 for the Center. The Juniors
are now 5-3 overall; they are in
third place in the Detroit Pistons
knothole league with a 2-1 record,
one-half game out of second place.
The Teens will visit Philadel-
phia Boys Club Thursday. The
Juniors are idle this week.

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Chicago Miss Wed
to Daniel Elazar

DOWNTOWN LODGE and
CHAPTER will present an Anti-
Defamation League program on
the topic "What Is Our Respon-
sibility Toward the Attainment
of an Open Occupancy Housing
Pattern?" 8:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at
the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Panel members will include Dr.
Mel J. Ravitz, assistant profes-
sor of sociology at Wayne State
University; Sander Levin, attor-
ney and MRAB member; and
Rabbi Harold Hahn, associate
rabbi of Temple Beth El. Mod-
erating the panel will be Mrs.
Sarah Foley, Chapter ADL chair-
man. The public is invited.

* * *

MARSHALL - FOX BOWLING
LEAGUE will hold its "Sports
Night" Tuesday evening at the
Hayim Greenberg Center, an-
nounces Philip Goldstein, league
president. Featured will be rep-
resentatives from the Detroit
Tigers, Lions, Pistons, Judo
Club, Wayne State' University
fencing team, polo club, wres-
tlers, boxers and bowling stars.
Included will be Red Jones, for-
mer major league baseball um-
pire. Members and friends of
Louis Marshall and Donald FoX
lodges are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE and CHAP-
TER will hold a joint affair fea-
turing Renee Matthews, vocalist,
and Bob Hall, humoriit, 8:30
p.m. Feb. 6 at the 'Hayim Green-
berg Center, announces Dan
Levy, president. Miss Matthews,
a candidate for "Miss USA," has
appeared on stage, screen and
ob Hall, popular on
eves
the nightclub cir-
radio, TV
Detroit resident
cuit, is no
and a memb of the lodge. Re-
served.
fres ents w

* *

MRS. DANIEL ELAZAR

Harriet Fienberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Fienberg of
Chicago, Ill., was wed to Daniel
Judah Elazar, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Elazar of Pinehurst
Ave. Jan. 22 at Rodfei Zedek
Synagogue, Chicago.
The bride wore a white floor-
length peau de soie gown with
a fitted bodice. A coronet of
seed pearls held her fingertip
illusion veil, and her bridal
bouquet was of white orchids
and stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Raananah
Kliens, and bridesmaids were
Rachelle Feinberg, Diane Na-
dell, Jacqueline Paul and Ann
Rita Rosenson. David Herzl El-
azar attended his brother as
best man, and ushers were Je-
rome Allender, James Blum-
berg, Alvin Birndorf, Jacob
Bronberg, Arthur Elstein, Phil-
ip Greenberg, Reuben Singer
and Lee Shulman.
Following a Colorado honey-
moon, the newlyweds will_ re-
side at 1510 S. Grandview,
Champagne, Ill. where Dr. Ela-
zar is a member of the faculty
at -the University of Illinois.
Out-of-town guests fiora De-
troit included Mrs. Theodore
Bargman, Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Heideman, Dr. and Mrs. Myer
Teitelbaum and Messrs. and
Mesdames' Isadore Goldstein,
Sydney Krause, Henry Marer,
Herschel Roth, Carl Schiller,
Philip Slomovitz, Benjamin
Weiss, Samuel Yura and Prof.
and Mrs. Shlomo Marenoff.
Honoring their children and
Mr. and Mrs. David Fienberg,
parents of the bride, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Elazar will hold
reception 3 to 5 p.m., Feb.
in the auditorium of the Esth
Berman Building, 18977 Scha
fer. No cards.

M has welcomed
ers into the chap- Radomer Society .
Marvin Beck-
hey i
ookenthal, Marshall Pledges Grove for
, Paul
ed Erlich, Seymour Radom Martyrs
stein,
nkowi Larry Pogats, Ronald
At the Yizkor observance on
Rosen, Art Sollish and
ess,
the occasion of the 18th Yahrzeit
finger.
avi
for the 30,000 Jews of Radom,
"Democracy ... is a condition Poland, (annihilated by the Nazis
where people believe that other in Jan. 1943) held at the Hayim
people are as good as they are." Greenberg Center Sunday, Rabbi
STUART CHASE. Milton Arm, representing the
JNF, was presented with a
check for $100 by. Louis Levitan
in behalf of the Radomer Mutual-
Society in Detroit as a nucleus
of the drive for a grove of trees
to be planted in the Forest for
the Martyrs in Israel.
Following the appeal of Levi-
tan, 120 trees were pledged to-
ward the grove campaign.

Brevities

Laboratory Honors
Mrs. Butzel's Memory

When Nathan Milstein ap-
pears at the Masonic Temple
8:20 p.m. Wednesday, he will
play one of
the greatest
violins left tc
posterity by
the most fa-
mous of all
violin-makers,
Antonius Stra-
divarius. The
instrument,
which arrived
in this coun-
try several
years ago, is
known to con-
noisseurs as
the "Ex-Gold-
mann," as it
was formerly
in the Gold-
mann collec- Milstein
tion. It was made in 1716, and
is thus contemporary with the
famous "MesSiah" violin, made
the same year. The back is of
beautiful striped gold
and the entire ins
the elega
cell ent tsmanship of
finest period. The Fin
diva
nis family who owned the
vi n durin World
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it
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finally
tea

The Mae S. Butzel Memorial
Laboratory for brain wave ex-
amination in the Michigan Epi-
lepsy Center, a Torch Drive
service, was formally dedicated
Wednesday.
Circuit Court Judge Neal E.
Fitzgerald, president of the board
of directors of the Center, ex-
pressed appreciation to Henry M.
Butzel, retired State Supreme
Court Justice, who in memory of
his late wife, gave $5,000 for the
development of the clinical and
research laboratory.
Mrs. Butzel, who died in 1954,
was an active community leader.
She served on the board of di-
rectors of the Michigan Epilepsy
Center from 1950 until her death.
Walter C. Lab:Haw, vice-presi-
dent of the United Foundation,
stated at the dedication, "Mrs.
Butzel, during the last years of
her life, actively encouraged the
work of the Michigan Epilepsy
Center, which first opened its
doors in 1948."

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MEMO

To: ALL DELEGATES AND GUESTS
From : RABBI HAYIM DONIN, Conference Chairman

Subject: YESHIVA UNIVERSITY

Conference on Contemporary Jewish Thought

When: Sunday, January 29,

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Rho Pi Phi Plans
Planning Meeting

Stanley and Elsie

19647 Roslyn, Detroit

Phone UN 4-4220

Member of American Camping Association

Rho Pi Phi fraternity and
auxiliary will hold a joint meet-
ing Wednesday at the home of
the Jack Kutnicks, 15311 Oak
Park Blvd., Oak Park. Plans for
the Feb. 18 bowling party will
be completed, and the national
cookbook project will be
launched under Joan Shapiro,
chairman.
The members of the fratern-
ity will hold a paid-up member-
ship dinner 9 p.m. Monday at
the Oakland Baths.

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PLENARY Session
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Workshop Sessions for Delegates 1-3 p.m.

Registration 10-U a.m.

Luncheon $2

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