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February 17, 1961 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-17

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Ladies of JNF
Slate Book Duet

People
Make News

...

The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish National Fund will meet
I.J. S. Secretary of Labor
12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the social
Arthur J. Goldberg will be
hall of Beth Aaron Synagogue.
awarded t h e
Mrs. Harry Portnoy, chairman,
Herbert H.
announces the program for the
Lehman Medal
afternoon will be a "Book Duet."
of the Jewish
The duet will be composed of a
Theological
review of "The Inspector" by
Seminary of
Mrs. Joseph Sperka and a review
America at a
of "The Eternal City" by Mrs.
convocation to
Sidney Ravin.
be held at
Mrs. George Lerner, president,
Temple Ema-
says the meeting is designated
nu-El, M i am i
as a victory rally meeting, cele-
Beach, Fla., on
brating the successful culmination
Monday, Feb.
of the recent Ladies Auxiliary of
27, The honor
Jewish National Fund donor
A dessert luncheon will be
will be be-
served under the • co-chairman-
stowed upon
ship of Mesdames Abraham Gold-
Goldberg in
stein, William Hordes and Julius
recognition of
London. Social hostesses for the
his 30 years of
afternoon are Mesdames Irving
service "in the
Schlussel, Max Hayman, Ben
cause of indus-
Paull and Sidney Ravin.
A. J. Goldberg trial p e a c e"
through the application of "those
D. J. Markus for Judge principles of morality and ethics
that render the relations among
Committee Formed
and humane." -
A citizens' committee to back men peaceful

* * *
D. J. Markus in his race for
GEORGE GRAY, of the
Judge of Common Pleas Court, Hordes Agency, local represen-
at the Primaries on Monday, tative for the Columbus Mutual
has been •f armed under the Life Insurance Company, ranked
chairmanship of A. B. Charlip, secpnd in total sales among the
insurance counselor, and E. Company's 1,400 agents f o r
Donald Goodman.
January. Gray was also third
Non-partisan in nature, com- in personal life sales for the
posed of Republicans as well as month. The Hordes Agency
Democrats, this committee has ranked seventh in total sales
issued a statement urging corn- and sixth in life sales among
punity - wide support . for the company's 74 agencies in
Markus.
January.
A practicing attorney here for
* * *
15 years, Markus has his offices
Bnai Brith announced the
in the Guardian Building.
election of Bernard Frank of
Allentown, Pa., as: chairman of
its commission
Radomer Gro
on adult Jew-
Talk, Sees
aeli Fil
sh education.
Radomer
e succeeds
Detroit wi
8:30 p.m. Sun-
Maurice Wein-
day at
ayim Greenberg Ce
stein of Char-
ter.
est speakers will • lu
d Berke, -represe
IV
f lotte, N. C., an
e Ghetto Figh
al, international
d Per
of vice president
JNF. T
film, of Bnai Brith,
"Stairway
usa
will be who intro-
duced the first
shown.
Any
inte ed in joining adult Jewish
the group
vited to attend. institute at
Guests
elcome. For informa- Wildacres,
tion
Oscar Goldberg, presi- N. C., 13 years
, UN 1-2223, or Eleanor ago, and sub-
sequently initi-
Manela, secretary, LI 5-8075.
ated programs
of adult study
in Bnai Brith.
B. Frank
At its 1959 triennial convention
in Jerusalem, Bnai Brith voted
to give the program commission
status and included a special
membership assessment to pro-
vide it with 'a $300,000 subsidy.
Frank, 47, announced plans
"to expand further the indi-
vidual's participation in adult
study courses."
* * *
ED SULLIVAN, noted news-
paper columnist and world
famed television personality,
will be cited by New York City'
Congregation Bnai Jeshu
this Saturday night for his
standing contribution to
cause of better racial a
ligious understanding. It
be the 15th annual Brother
award of the Men's Club of Co
gregation Bnai Jeshurun. Rabbi
William Berkowitz, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
present a Scroll to Sullivan, on
behalf of the Men's Club, in
recognition of his efforts
against racial and religious prej-
udice and intolerance.

.

Ekid- D . J.

Two Zim Liners to Make Passover Trips to Israel

Two voyages next month, by
the Israel-flag liners S/S Jeru-
salem and S/S Zion of the Zim
Lines, will bring close to 1,000
Americans to Israel on the eve
of Passover and in ample time
to join the Yom HaAtzmaut
Independence Day celebrations
marking the 13th anniversary
of Israel's statehood and the
beginning of the Bar Mitzvah
Year.
T h e American-Israeli Ship-
ping Co., Inc., U.S. representa-
tives of Zim Lines, announced
that the fully air conditioned
S/S Jerusalem, with accommo-
dations for 570 passengers, will
sail from NeW York on March

UHS, Hadassah Set
Lectures on Changing
Aspects of U.S. Jewry

A six-lecture course on "The
Changing Aspects of the Ameri-
can Jewish Community", organ-
ized and sponsored by Hadassah
and the United Hebrew Schools,
will be conducted 10-11 a.m.
Wednesdays through March 15
at the Esther Berman Building.
The study concerns the many
aspects and challenges to Amer-
ican Jewry: political (including
Zionism), cultural, social, edu-
cational, religious, traditional
and inter-group relations.
Lecture discussions will be
conducted by United Hebrew
Schools Superintendant Albert
Elazar, Mrs. George Rubin,
Hadassah vice-president for ed-
ucation, and UHS staff mem-
bers.
Students may register for the
course this week at the UHS,
18977 Schaefer,- DI 1-3407.

15, arriving at Haifa on March aboard the S/S Israel on April
29. The 300-pasenger S/S Zion, 5, arriving at Haifa on April 19,
sailing from New York on in time for Independence Day.
March 17, will arrive at
on March 31. The Passo
day begins with
March 31.
A spoke .n for
Refinishing - Restoring
Lines sai • that
Furniture
space in • urist
Repaired &
Refinished in
available or bo l
Any Color of
added, h ever,
Your Choice.
Antiques
- Old
are exce onally
Furniture Made
year owing
esire of
Like New. Cig-
arette Burns Re-
E0INISHING
many Americans to be in Israel
00;R.SPECIALTY
paired. All work
for both Passover and Yam 2lO40R5TOCHOOSE guaranteed.
HaAtzmaut. The latter falls on
City Wide &
Suburban
April 20.
Larry Paul
Free Estimates
Passengers unable to make
the March 15 or March. 17 sail-
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13223 W. Mc N iCHOL$
ings may 1 e a v e New York

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Beth Abraham Offirs
Special Reservations
to Youth for 'Exodus'

The Theater Party Committee
for the Beth Abraham Men's
Club has put aside 72 reserved
seats at a reduced price for youth
grow members for the club's
benefit performance of "Exodus"
7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Mercury
Theater, according to President
Morris Davis.
Chairman Meyer Lullove an-
nounces special seats may be
reserved from 9-10:30 a.m. Sun-
day and Feb. 26 at the syna-
gogue office, UN 1-6696.

40

0 VERMONT

Has Been Named

"Man

Siegel in Contest for
Common Pleas Judge

of the

Joseph H. Siegel, candidate
for Common Pleas Judge in the
Monday Primary . election, has
practiced law in Detroit for 33
years, is a member Of the De-
troit and Michigan State Bar
Associations and a graduate of
the Detroit College of Law,
Class of 1927.
The father of two daughters
and d children, Sie-
is a
of Mosaic
edge, oslem T ple, Detroit
Cons' tory, and v ads Shrine
C , e .s
pie Israel

Year"

ONARD GLADING

ANGKAM SR.

For the State

of Michigan

Mr. Davidson wishes to thank all his clients
and friends who made these honors possible.

AUSTIN A. KANTER AGENCY

10111 West McNichols

UNiversity 2-1-800

Judge Common Pleas



•.

Convicted Spy-Scientist
Files Appeal to Israel
Supreme Court

Common Pleas Judge

Mon.; Feb. 20

HAIFA, (JTA)—Kurt Sitte, the
Czech-born scientist who was sen-
tenced to five years? imprison-
ment last week on charges of
espionage, filed an appeal in the
Israel Supreme Court.
Prof. Sitte, until his detention
last fall, was head of the physics
department of the Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology. He was
convicted of passing secret mate-
rial to foreign agents.



RED STOTSICY
Res. LI. S-5860

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