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March 17, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-17

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Stashefsky to Speak •
on Future of Histadrut

Israel Stashefsky will speak on
"Ben-Gurion, Lavon and the
Future of Histadrut" at a meet-
ing of Americans for Progressive
Israel (Hashomer Hatzair) 8:30
p.m. March -25 at the Hayim
Greenberg Center.
A movie also will be shown.
Stashefsky, a member of Kibbutz
Sasa in the Galli, Israel, is a
director of youth work in De-
troit's Hashomer Hatzair.. Chair-
man for the evening is Dr. Arthur
Feuer. The public is invited.

`Life in Other Lands'

A panel of foreign students
from Wayne State University
will present "An Intimate
Glimpse of Life in Other Lands"
at a meeting of the Bagley
School PTA 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Chairman of the evening will
be Mrs. Manuel Grossman.

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A nno uncements

March 14—To - Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Fine (Constance Gonek),
of 13103 Pembroke, a son,
Thomas Edward.
* * *
Match 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Alf r ed Dangovian (Lorraine
Gardner), 23161 Marlow, Oak
Park, a daughter, Ina Lynn.
* * *
March 3 — To Mr. and. Mrs.
Sidney Kogan ,(Rosestelle Aaron,
formerly of - Columbus, Ohio),
24251 Condon, Oak Park, a
daughter, Lisa Beth.
* * *
March 2—To Dr. and Mrs.
Milton W. Marmon (Marjorie
Sills), 32980 Bardley, Livonia, a
son, Paul Mathew.

* *

. March 1 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Morton P. Knopper (Dorothy
Kahl), 9821 Middlebelt, Livonia,
a son, Douglas. Scott.
* * *
Feb. 28 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence H. Wilk (Helen Gold-.
man), 1122 Western, Ann Arbor,
a daughter, Patricia Susan.
* * *.
Feb. 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sherwin Tukel (Emily Heimlich),
24071 Condon, Oak Park, a son,
-
Jonathan.
* * *
Feb. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Dinnerstein (Raye
Metzger, formerly of Detroit) of
West Haven, Conn., a daughter,
Madelyn.
* * *
Feb. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Mogell (Vita Malkin), 19374
Rensellor, Livonia, a son, Michael
Keith,

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Young Israel Council of Metro-
politan Detroit will hold a
"Family Bowling Night" 8:30
unday at the Ritz Bowling
or information, call Rev.
Goldman, DI 1-9909.

Bar Mitzvahs keep Mrs. Gittel Richman busy.
old Winnipeg grandmother, great grandmothe
grandmother is shown here with four Ric
Detroit recently for the Bar Mitzvah of
Harold.
Wife of the late Jacob - Richman,
the turn of the century.
While here for the Bar Mitzv , she sta
ex Ave., Oa
of Harold's father, Norman, of S
Shown in the picture (1. to r. are Mrs. Ri
n; her son
David of Northfield Blvd., Oak P
; his son, P
of Woo
Zager of Troy A
ham; Paul's daughter, Mrs. Robe
Park; and her son, Jeffrey. Mrs.
man also ha
Melville J., of Marlowe Ave.
Sum Total: 11 children, seven of w i om are still living; 27,
grandchildren; 47 great grandchildren, and one great great
grandchild.

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JWV to Present Award

A special membership rally of Irving
the Jewish War Veterans Depart- of the
ment of Michigan, to be held igan,
Sunday 8:30 /p.m., at the Jewish partm
War Veterans Memorial Home, er.
will honor Irving I. Katz,' execu-
tive secretary of Temple Beth El.
Lawrence Gubow, past com-
mander of the department, U.S.
District Attorney - designate for
Eastern Michigan, will be the
speaker of the evening.
The award to Katz is "in rec-
ognition of his chronicling of the
military participation of Michi-
gan's .Jews in the Civil War."
The JWV citation to Katz will
be presented by Stanley J. Win-
kelman, president of the Jewish
Community Council. '
A member of JWV's national
executive committee, Gubow will
discuss highlights of the current
program of the organization,
America's oldest active veteran
group. In addition to his service
with JWV, Gubow is also Judge
Advocate of the Department of
Michigan of the American Le-
gion. In 1959, at the State Fair,
he was designated "Veteran of
'the Year" by the Consolidated
War Veterans of Michigan, rep-
resenting all the organized vet-
eran groups in the state.
Chairmen of the program are

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The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Bnai
David Synagogue invites the
public to a Night of Games
8 p.m. March 18 in the syna-
gogue social hall.
Coffee and cake will be served
all evening and prizes will be
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The sponsors and friends of
Telshe Yeshivah in Cleveland,
comprised mainly of former
students, parents and relatives
of present students, have or-
ganized the 20th anniversary
testimonial dinner to be held
at Holiday Manor next Wednes-
day.
The banquet is being given in
honor of 20 years of re-estab-
lishment of the Yeshivah in the
United States, and 85 years
since its founding in Telsh,
Lithuania.
The sponsoring committee,
composed of 70 leaders in the
community, is headed by Rabbi
David Bakst, Henry Carlebach
and Eugene Greenfield.
Morris Karbal, a friend and
supporter of the Yeshivah for
many years, has been chosen
honorary sponsor of the ban-
quet.

Rabbi Mordecai Gifter, Tal-
mudic scholar, Rosh Yeshivah
of Telsh, will be guest speaker.
Greetings will be extended on
behalf of the Detroit Vaad Ha-
rabonim and -Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah. •
A musical program will be
presented by the student choir
of Beth Yehudah School under
the direction of Rabbi Chaim
Schloss.
Rabbi Greenfield said that the
highlight- of the banquet will be
the celebration of the $500,000
debt liquidation undertaken five
years ago, when the Yeshiva ac-
quired the former 53-acre De-
vereaux estate in Wickliffe, a
suburb of Cleveland. In its new
home, the Yeshiva provides dor-
mitories, lecture halls and din-
ing rooms for its more than 350
students who come from all
over the United States, Canada,
South American, South Africa
and Israel. Among the Yeshivah
graduates are leading rabbis
and laymen in all walks of life.

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Five Generations of Richmans

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