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May 12, 1961 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-12

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American Jewish Congress Women Danny Raskin's
Honor Fund-Raising Leaders

LISTENING

BENSON B. LETT of Faust
Rd., known professionally as
"OTAC" the Clown, will parti-
cipate in the annual Armed

Forces Day Parade and open
house program Saturday at the
Detroit Arsenal, 11Y2 Mile and
Mound Rds., Centerline.

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THE WOMEN'S DIVISION Fund-Raising Committee of the
American Jewish Congress held a gala "Reward Luncheon"
Thursday at Knollwood Country Club for members who sold
$50 in ads for the Amity Award Ad Book, with Mrs. Arnold
Frank, luncheon chairman. Part of the fund-raising team are
Mesdames (from left) bottom, Abe Singer, S. M. Israel, Julius
Ring, Solomond Redstone, Ad Book chairman; top row, Ben Kiar,
Maurice Croll, John Sturman, fund-raising chairman; and Edward
Rothenberg.

Detroit Jewry to Celebrate Israel's
Bar Mitzvah at Banquet on June 8

The anniversary banquet
marking the Bar Mitzvah of
Israel will be June 8 in the
Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton
Cadillac Hotel, it was announced
by Tom Borman, new general
chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond Committee.
This will be one of the main
events of the Bar Mitzvah year
Israel Bond campaign in De-
troit.
Admiral Yochai Bin-Nun,
commander-in-chief of the Is-
rael Navy, will be the guest of
honor. -
The guest star will be Shos-
hana D am a r i, the Yemenite
singer who is coming back on
a triumphal tour of the United
States after an absence of eight
years.
The program will include the
installation of Borman as gen-
eral chairman, the swearing in
of other officers of the Detroit

Israel Bond Committee and th
awarding of plaques.
The anniversary banquet
be a community-wide
This dinner will celebr
Bar Mitzvah of Israel a
the first decade of Israe

Radomer Societ Sets
1st Anniversar Fete

Radomer Mutual Soar
Detroit will install new officers
at its first anniversary dinner-
dance 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Rain-
bow Terrace. The following will
be installed:
President, Oscar Goldberg;
vice presidents, Louis E. Levi-
tan and Jack Waksberg; secre-
tary, Mrs. Nani S'alinger; treas-
urer, Rela Wizenberg; • Israel
chairman, Mrs. Helen Bowman;
trustees, Mrs. Edith Kozlowski,
Joseph Manela and Norbert
Goldberg.
Among the prominent out-of-
Bagley PTA Meets
town' guests expected at the
tee are Isidore Kirsch
Louis Weinstein, presi
rk City, president of
ounc
Bagley School PT
United R oiner Relief for the
ednes
a meeting 8 p.
saf
a trol United Sta s and Canada; Abe
the school w
boys will be
°red; d officers Glass of T onto, secretary of
committee of the
the
ed and install
will be e
adorn; and S. Rosen-
The Moth singers will p
Ben Hoffman, promi-
and a dis
oronto• Radomer leaders.
Interest
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LAURIE ANN GOLDMAN,
three-year-old daughter of Mar-
tha and Gene Goldman, watched
all day as Martha polished and
cleaned the house . . . Later
that evening when Martha be-
gan drying her after her bath,
little Laurie Ann said, "Give
me the towel, mommie, and I'll
shine myself!"
SCHOLASTIC HONORS are
not a new thing with Noel Law-
son, .and having the highest
scholastic average at the end
of his sophomore year at Wayne
State University Medical School
is another ad e • ' high
anding
educati
ool is
oel insofar
ors
to his 12-B
erned, go b
erm at Centr. High, when he
was awarded the Harvard Book
as the o tanding student in
v . . His a uation
his grad
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eve emester complim.
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last two
age . . . He spe
years of
at Ohio State
, where he became
s udy master for his fraternity
and was also elected as Prior of
Sigma Alpha Mu, the first time
a frater from out of state was
ever chosen to the high posi-
tion . . . Last year, after enter-
ing medical schoOl, Noel re-
ceived the same honors for be-
ing the best student in the
freshman class . . . The big hon-
ors in life for.. Noel were soon
to come as he married Judith
Dzodin just before entering
medical school and, a few weeks
ago, the two became parents of
a baby boy.

West Germany
Defnds Globke

BONN, (JTA)—The office of
West German Chancellor Dr.
Konrad Adenauer came to the
defense of State Secretary Hans
Globke. against recurrent charges
that Dr.' Globke had been in-
volved as a Nazi official in the
persecution of Jews.
A declaration by the Federal
Chancellory was read on the
twice-a-week Eichmarin trial tele-
vision program, in which the flat
assertion was made that "Dr.
Globke was not connected with
the persecution of Jews, directly
or indirectly."
The declaration also asserted
that the charges against Globke,-
who was an official in the Nazi
Ministry of the Interior, were
the result of propaganda of the
East German regime furthered by
Friedrich Kaul, an East German
attorney, who "has been attack-
ing the trial in Jerusalem."
The declaration claimed that
Globke "fought against" the per-
secution "with all means at his
disposal." His commentary on the
Nuremberg racial laws "aided
many victims of Nazism," the
statement said. This was refer-
ence to repeated charges that
Globke's commentaries worsened
their application to Jews.
"The claim by Dr. Max Merten,
the former war commissioner in
Salonika, who was sentenced to
25 years imprisonment by a
Greek tribunal, that Dr. Globke
had prevented the liberation of
10,000 Greek Jews has long since
been proved false," the Chancel-
lory statement continued. "Dr.
Globke never had anything to do
with Eichmann."

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