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February 10, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-10

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Dr. Ben-Dor Next
Borman Lecturer
at W SU on Feb. 20

Dr. Abram L. Spiro, chairman
of the Department of Near East-
ern Languages and Literatures at
Wayne State University, this week
announced that the next Borman
Near Eastern Lecture will be
delivered on Feb. 20 by Dr. Im-
manuel Ben-Dor, professor of
Biblical archaeology at the Emory
University School of Theology,
Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. Ben-Dor will speak that
evening on "Recent Archaeolo-
gical Discoveries in Israel," at
the McGregor Memorial Center.
That afternoon he will deliver
a lecture before students and
faculty on the subject "The
Archaeological Background of the
Dead Sea Scrolls." The _public is
invited to both lectures.

Feinberg Listed as
Volunteer of Week

Charles E. Feinberg, inter-
nationally famous bibliophile
who has gained fame as a col-
lector of and an authority on
ceremonial objects, this week
gained another recognition —
by being listed as "Volunteer of
the Week" by the Detroit Shop-
ping News.

activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levin last night were honored on the
occasion of their 60th wedding anniversary by their children,
Dr. David and . Chana Levin and Jack and Bea Levin, at a special
meeting of the Workmen's Circle Branch 111.
Jules Doneson, of the Jules Dorieson Travel Agency, has re-
turned from his seventh visit to Israel'. He flew to Israel on BOAC's
new Rolls Royce Jet through-service, New York to Tel Aviv, wheie
he was a guest of the Israel government Tourist Office. He was one
of 15 travel agents from the United States.
Mrs. Naomi 'Floch, prinicpal of the Hillel Day School, re-
cently was honored with a surprise party on her birthday, by
the members of the school faculty and maintenance staff.
The Sherman Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kopnick, 23024 Webster, Oak Park.
The Detroit premiere of Fay and Michael Kanin's "Rasho-
mon," which is playing at the Wayne State University Theater
Feb. 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18, is performed by a cast of nine student
actors, including Henrietta Hermelin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Hermelin, 10729 Santa Maria; Sara Lee Morris, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morris, 18419 Ilene; Gail Burkow,
daughter of Mrs. Irving Burkow, 18954 Pennington.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. Rosner of Gardner Ave., Oak Park,
have recently returned from a trip to New York and a cruise of
the West Indies aboard the liner Empress of England. •
The Bodzin Family Club will meet Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Duchan, 19339 Mendota, to make plans for
its annual Purim party. • .
The Gussin Family Club will' meet Sunday at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. David Marks,. 23040 Kenosha, Oak Park.

Maiinonides Women—Doctors' Wives

De
ted to Sery ing Humanity

have given with
e will repair with
Few organizations
ROSENBLAT ORCHESTRA
r right to claim this
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
for their own than the
and His Entertainment
Auxiliary to the Mai-
Specialty—
s Medical Society. In their
Weddings & Bar. Mitzvah
r plaque bearing that tribute
KE 8-1291
UN 4-0237
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adorns
v, only one of
oughout Israel
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wing aid from
PLASTIC FURNITU
en.
thes
COVERS
MADE TO ORDE
Detroit
organiza-
or READY .MAD
resident Mrs. Sol
t CALL ANNA K
ill hold its 15th. an-
LI 2-0874:
ing luncheon, featur-
fth Avenue fashion
ons Elegante," at
Cadillac Hotel. The
this affair will go
Paints, Supplies,
cts far out of propor-
Wall Paper Fashio
number of Members
Rent-a-Tool Dept.
35-year-old group of
19:146 'Schaef
hysicians' wives.
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wring the past year, funds
went toward rehabiliation work
Jewish Institute for the
Dinner at DARBY'S
Jerusalem, a resi-
is p real treat
age that trains the
Visit Our
all ages to become•
• SKYLIGHT Ne
. The Auxiliary is
ROOM, Co
Lounge an
erican organiza-
aid to this en-
• AFTER

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THEAT
Snacks
Delight

• LUN
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-

SEVEN MILE at WYOMING

enhoff Clinic, men-
e, has been receiving
from the group since
st year alone, 30,000
rviced by the clinic.
ne of the Auxiliary's favorite
projects is a loan and scholar-
ship fund for worthy Israeli

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Miss Lang Betrothed
to Morton S. "Woltz

medical students. Since 1949, the
group has assisted 28 medical
students, 12 of whom are now
qualified . physicians in practice
and seven who are to graduate
this year.
Living tribute to their contri-
bution are several
doctors: Joseph
in, a 1•
recipient, who i ow. lecturer iii
radiology at t
Hebrew Univer-
sity-Hadassa
.edical
chool
where the
imonides
'ha y
endowed
*nical rese
r-
atory;
mas Gest
953
recipi
ho is now
harge
of th d artme t of
at t
Rekrs
Avn
Shargil
who as awan
ing m
outst
Th
ner,
accor
rywes
of the
ersity, is
Shaoul
ny, a fifth
year medical student who came
to. Israel fro
951.
Present re ents inclu
migrants 'fro
'land, R
mania, Hu
, Russia and
Iraq, m.
of whim were
froced leave their nati e
lands b ause of Nazi perse
tion. e of the sev
t
D
schol hip holders
from cre, Isra
Oth: -Maimondi a
jects
elude nancial a
student at Wayne tate m
Uend. r-
sity an. he Unive ity of ich-
igan and
to emotion
and
physically
dicapp
hildren,
through the Children's
Family Service, Detroit Associa-
tion of Retarded Children, Wayne
County Training School at North-
ville and the Detroit Board of
Education.
Contributions also have been
given to Israel's Red Mogen Dovid
(the counterpart to the American
Red Cross), Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and Torch Drive: Service at
the USO canteen, the presenta-
tion of a tea service to De-
an.
troit Historical So • .
"Maimonides
maintenance of
00
during W rld
War Bon
als among its pre nt
War II
and pa act' ties.

V

e

is
her

rents lub o
apter
Chi
Alpha 0 ega frat nity will ho
,p.m. hursday t
a meetin•
tal upply 0.,
Madison
a eakers
15888 Wyomin;.
will be Norman Noble and
Nathan Zigman of the Madison
Co., announces President Sam
Schwartzberg.
Hosts will be Messrs. and Mes-
dames . Dan Zalesin, Sol Gus and
Jerome Levey. Program chair-
man is,: Michael Bagclade, and
host chairman is-Harry Miller.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegel of
Muskegon announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Judi, to
Neil Jay Benjamin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Benjamin of
e Ave., Oak Park. The
bride- ct is a senior at the
Wayne tate University College
of Edu tion. Her fiance is a
General otors employe and an
engine e g student at 'South
ommunity College. -
acorn

he
erfect Affair . . .

ickey Woolf

and His Orchestra

UN 3-3737

Mr. an
Mark Twai
. anno
engageme
of the'
Ruthann
Mor
of Mr.
Mrs.
Gable
la., for
The bride-elec
tly
enroll in the Way
versity
ege •
ion. H
fiance is
n the WS
School o
u • ess. A June 11
weddi
s plafined.

P

MEDAH STUDIO

Fine Photography
Candids Professionally Finished
For 'Appointment Phone

S. LEIBECK

m 'Lac

e Shol
to will pr
P m "La r.
Th evening w
ety
skits bad
and
Chor
For
11 VE 8-7440.

vari-
oliday
leichem
rim songs.
and tickets,

KE 1-0104

• Dick Stein Orchestra
with Dick Stein
• Zan Gilbert Orchestra
Very Continental
• Townsmen - Whittier

• Joe.Oddo Menio's

KE 5-2604

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Closed Monday

REMEMBER — PURIM IS MARCH 2nd
We Sell and Grind Fresh Poppy Seeds, and Lekvar
PLEASE ORDER PURIM NEEDS EARLY!
Orders taken for large quantities of
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