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June 09, 1961 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 9, 1961

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6 organizations Einstein-Singer
Condemn 'Brutal Engagement Told
.nto,gk\
Alabama Riotin g'

Six major organizations have
issued a sharp indictment of
"the brutal rioting in Alabama
and irresponsible - police action
in Mississippi."
The strongly worded, joint
statement on the "freedom
riders" warned that "mobs con-
spiring to commit racial vio-
lence must be stopped." The
organizations stressed that "only
if our own system of govern-
ment is based essentially on
the religious virtue of justice,
can we expect to build effective
defenses against an external
enemy and promote in the
world the great ideals of peace,
liberty and justice."
Signatories to the statement
were: American JeWish Com-
mittee, Council for Christian
Social Action of the. United
Church of Christ, Episcopal So-
ciety for Cultural and Racial.
Unity, Industrial Union Depart-
ment of AFL-CIO, National
Catholic Conference fOr Inter-
racial Justice and Southern
Regional Council.

To Air Role of Kibbutz
at Hashomer Meeting

"The Kibbutz, Pilot Plant of
a New Society" will be discussed
by Abe Berniker, chairman of
the • National Council af Ameri-
cans for Progressive Israel, at a
meeting of API-Hashomer Hatz-
air 8:30 p.m. June 17 at Hayim
Greenberg Center, Schaefer and
Seven Mile.
Berniker, who is also 'a
deputy member of the World
Zionist Executive, will speak on
the role of the kibbutz today, its
future and its effect upon the
cultural. economic and . political
life of Israel.
A movie on the kibbutz and
discussion will follow, and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is . invited.

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omen's Clubs

(More Clubs Page 15)

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will install new officers noon
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. The event will also
be a mothers and daughters
luncheon with Mrs. L. Levine as
guest speaker on her -recent trip
to Israel. Mrs. Dora Dworkin
will be installing officer. Those
to take office include Mesdames
Bessie Zarenki n, president;
Janet Sirling, vice president;
Blanche Rose- and L. Vernon,
overall chairmen; S. Stashef-
sky; Moetzet Hapoalot; R. Rii-
benfire, treasurer;- F. Friedman
and H. Fisher, secretaries;
Sarah Rosens and•Panline Gold-
stein, bulletin; F. Robinson,
dues; P. Grober, organizational;
S. Serling, membership; S.
Plofkin, D. Dworkin, Ethel Sa-
biner, B. Reisman and J. Serlin;
culture; L. Levin, correspondL
ing; Dora Fink, telephone; M.
Lerner and R. Levine, s
S. Schwartz, Hista
stein, sunshin
Band and'
and M. Le

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Einstein
of San Diego, Calif., announce
the engagement of their .daugh-
ter, Diane Vera, to Richard Irwin
Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel D. Singer of Steel Ave.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology • in chemical
engineering and received his law
degree from the University of
Michigan. A July 2 wedding' is
'S
W 0 M
planned.
LEAGU
has i
in
slate of fficers, i
ilda Cohen, president .
dames
Freedom Riders
oenigsberg, ice -pr.
Phyllis
to Speak at WC
y Rockovsky,
e
ident;
ho-
thy Hirsch a
Baum, D
Branch Meeting
secretar.
and
shana Go
Dr. Walter Bergman, his wife Ethel Abra
Frances, and Isaac Reynolds,
*
veterans of the first Freedom
DETROIT LADIES LECHEM
Ride, will be guest speakers at
'a meeting of. Workmen's' Circle ANEEIM will hold its -last
Branch 1060, at 9 p.m. Saturday luncheon meeting of the-season
at the WC Center, 18340 Seven 12:30 -p.m: Wednesday at Cong.
Beth Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming,.
Mile. -
To describe the events of the announces President Mrs. Vera
first "Ride" in Alabama, the Rom. Proceeds will go to char-
invited.
three are now again in the South ity. Guests are
* * *
evaluating the reaction.
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
The public is *invited - at no
BETH YEHUDAH AND WOM-
charge:
EN'S SABBATH LEAGUE will'
hold election and installation
xof.. to,LecNre of offiPers -12:30 p.m. Monday at
r :at Refirew-U: the Yeshivah Building, Dexter
Kirschlianth, = Ata34-e at Sturtevant. Mrs r: Joshua
Anstalling_officer
Sperka
iversity professor;
- * * *-
- been -awarded - a
-
Fellowship to lecture
JEWISH HOUSE OF SHEL-
Hebrew •University in TER LADIES AUXILIARY will
m for the 1961-62 aca- hold a noon luncheon meeting.
year.
Wednesday at the Jewish Center,
chbaum will conduct Meyers and Curtis. Mrs. Morris
uate and undergraduate Dorn, president, will deliver a
s in American literature, report on preparations for the
akespeare and modern poetry. State and County Hospitals' Pic-
He lectured there in 1958 while nic and Patients Fair. Members
visiting Israel "to see what are asked - to bring prospective
Zionism is like in practice." He members.
* * *
also spoke. in England and Wales
on the same trip.
CONG. BETH JOSEPH SIS-
TERHOOD will hold an insta
tion of officers noon Mo
stalled
18450 Wyoming. To be
resident;
are Esther Giissin
Eeta Klei-
Sophie Tatelman
s; Jean Wei
man, vice-presid

and Tillie Cohen, secretaries;
Betty Shapiro, treasurer; Sarah
Karp, tribute chairman; and
Sarah Winokur and Etta Felsot,
hospitalers.

DE
the
Golde
sent a
talk a
ntation by
John Gleasner, associated with
Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner
and- Smith, Monday at Jericho
Temple. Summer activities will
be announced. Refreshments
will be served. For transporta-
tion, call Thelma Wolf, LI
4-3619.

Mr. an Mrs. 0 ar
non, Hu i ton
10745 V
unce the Bar 'tz-
Woods, a
vah of the son, Stanle will
be observed turday at Temple
Emanu-El. ception will fo
low the sery

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Blitz
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Gerald Henry„ to take
place Saturday at Young Israel
of Northwest Detroit.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. D. Mayerstein,
2541 'Devonshire, Ann Arbor,
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Mark, will be ob-
served 9:15 a.m. Saturday at
Beth Israel Community Center,
1429 Hill, Ann Arbor.
* .* *
Dr. and Mr-s. B. Berlin, 1611
South, Ann Arbor, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Paul, will be observed 9:15
a.m, June 17 at Beth Israel
Community Center, 1429 Hill,

_Ann ArbQr,

LIONEL E.

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