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July 21, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-21

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Hillel Day School
Memorializes Kay

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Lynda _Reichlin,
Samuel Davis Wed

The Detroit Concert Band, mer Park, Hamilton and Pon-
(Summer Parks Band). under chartrain.
Herschel Leib, conductor, and
The program includes:
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Osser
Rossini
will be presented at the follow- 2. "Italian In Algiers"
3. "Rakes of Mellow"
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Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB
Feature: Jack Schwartz, com-
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Department of Michigan, will dis-
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that organization. *

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N'S
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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
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Station: WCAR
ram chairman. An openi
F e a t u r e: "Jeremiah, the
breakfas for
MRS. SAMUEL DAVI
Prophet Who Could Not Be
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by callin
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ugh- UN 1-3252
Time: 9:15 a.m.- Sunday
ter of Mr. and Mrs.
ard
Station: WJBK-TV, Channel 2
Feature: "For These Things I Racklin, became the bri
Dr. ALBERT SCHWEITZER
Weep," a special telecast for Samuel M. Davis, son of Mr. has agreed to serve as the hon-
and
Mrs.
Irving
Davis.
Tisha b'Ab, will present Rabbi
orary head of a proposed inter-
The bride wore a gown of national conference of religious
Israel Halpern, spiritual leader
three-tiered
embroidered
eye-
of Cong. Beth Abraham, and Can-
leaders to mobilize the world's
tor Israel ,Fuchs, both of Cong. let organdy which extended spiritual forces for world peace.

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Rabbi JACOB SEGAL pre-
sents plaque to BARRY KAY
in memory of his father,
Leon Kay.
* * *
At the annual dinner of the
Hillel Day School, attended by
285 patrons of the school, Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal, president of
the school, paid tribute to the
memory of Leon Kay and pre-
sented a plaque to Mrs. Kay
and her son, Barry. The tribute
to the deceased leader reads
in part:
Beth Abraham.
* * *
"His love of Zion, passion
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
for learning and devotion to
Time: 11:05 a.m. Sunday
Am Yisroel led him to pio-
Station: WXYZ
neer in the founding • of our
Feature: Rabbi Erwin L.
day school.
"Our young students trained man, director of regional vi-
in- the values of Torah and ties of the Union of Am can
the American- dream are the Hebrew Congregations, w mod-
beneficiaries of his. creative crate a discussion on nest

vision.

"May the remembrance of
his dedicated life be a source
of blessing to his beloved
family and to the grateful
J e s h community of De-
troit."
Abe Kasle, who addressed

the dinner meeting, • joined in
paying honor to Kay's memory
and reminisced about the late
leader's inspiring efforts to sup-
port the State of Israel. He also
recalled Kay's efforts in behalf
of Hillel Day School when it
was established three years ago.
He said he felt that Kay's
dreams for the establishment
of a well-supervised and well,
functioning day school are corn-
ing true.
Hillel Day School classes are
held in the Abe Kasle wing of
the Esther Berman Branch of
the United Hebrew Schools.
It was announced that when
the school reopens on Sept. 6
a fourth grade will be added,
thus adding another year of
study to the school's curriculum
that starts with kindergarten
classes.

Miss Segall, Kutnick
to Join Outing from
Chicago Jewish College

,

Detroiters Marcia Rae Segall,
20065 St. Marys, and Daniel
Kutnick, 18039 Woodingham,
will be among the students of
the College of Jewish Studies,
Chicago, Ill., who will attend
the annual outing to Camp-
Institute Sharon and Morris
Perlman Camp Avodah Aug. 6.
Sponsored by the Students
Activities Council. and by the
Alumni Association of the Col-
lege, the day-long affair will
feature picnicking, athletics,
boating and a dramatic pro-
gram by the campers and a
luncheon reception . for mem-
bers of the Board of Trustees
of the College and the Board
of Directors of the Board of
Jewish Education.
The two camps, operated by
the College of Jewish Studies
and the Board of Jewish Educa-
tion, respectively, are located
on Clear Lake, Buchanan, Mich.

PHYLLIS ELAINE GOLD,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sarimel
Gold of 18517 Hartwell, has won
her wings as a stewardess with
United Airlines and is now based
at Chicago, Ill.

into a
finge
eil was h
rown of s
arls.
Sue An
cklin served her
sister a
id of honor Bri
maids
.e
s,
Suzanne
isen
chelle
Manh •
and
arkle
Rich d om
and t rs were Charl
vid-
Versus Prophet" as par f the son • Chicago,
Gorosh,
"Great Controversies in J aism" Hadar Gr
series. -
* * *
•uple
parted for
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
•a honeymoon, with plan
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
reside at 20236 Schaef•r.
Station: WWJ
Feature: The ninth in a ser
of literary dialogues on
e,
Human and Divine" by
ers
Mark Van 'Doren and
irice
Samuel will focus on Sau David
H
ii:
a
and Jonathan and thei
aried can ght cere
ne 28
relationships.
in the
otel, Miami,
ara Mirzoeff and De-
troiter Jonathan Francis Ha-
Volunteer Drivers
ber were united in marriage .
Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
Invited to Assist
ciated.
City's Handicapped
The bride, daughter. of Mr.
Volunteer drivers' are urgently and Mrs. Sydney S. Sperber of
needed this summer by the Motor Miami 1 .
rzoeff, w •
Aide Service of the Central Vol-
vory peau
ashioned
unteer Bureau to help in tran
with a bo '
f Chantilly lace
porting the ill and handica
patterne•'with cap sleeves. The
to hospitals, clinics an
bell-shaped, floor-length skirt,
treatment centers.
Many persons of
ages- covered with the lace and frost-
cerebral palsied, ar itic, blind, ed with seed pearls fell into
diabetic—lack the eans of get- a flowi " hapel ai
ting to the hospit for necessary wore a - cr an ow
outpatient treatm t. Others re- length
quire regular the
or fittings French i sion, d carried a
for artificial limbs.
are phys- bouquet of white orchids
ically and financially
to lilies of the v
s. Haber chose
use public transportation.
When all other possibilities for her sister, Mrs. David Aminoff,
transportation, such as relatives, as matron of honor. Deborah
neighbors or church groups have Aminoff was flower girl.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
been explored and exhausted,
social agencies and hospitals turn and Mrs. Horace J. Haber of
to Motor Aide as a final resource. Warrington Ave., was attended
For information, call the Cen- by Michael Horace Haber, his
tral Volunteer Bureau of United brother, as 'best man. Ushers
Community Services, TE 1-1600. were Dr. David Aminoff of
Ann Arbor, Murray J. Haber
of Nashville, Tenn., and Fred-
NW Area Volunteers
ric Rosenblatt of Minneapolis,
Support Adelaide Hart Minn.

for Con-Con Delegate

Adelaide Hart, who is run-
ning for Con-Con delegate
a Democrat in the 10th Re
sentative District, has b
ht
the campaign to the w
and
northwest sections o
etroit
with the assistance
volun-
teers from this area,
uding:
Mrs. Robert Knox,
Stan-
ley Salamon, M r s.
11
Tendler,. Mrs. Fred Rei
Mrs. John Keil, Robert Sala-
mon, Mrs. Edward Kane, Lan-
ette Asher, Mrs. Harry Nayer,
Cynthia Schrall, Gladys Mayer,
Mrs. George Kent, Ethel Selt-
zer, Mrs. Robert Sage, Mrs. Paul
Silver, Mrs. Irving Feldman,
Mrs. Richard Marks, Alma King,
Mrs. Henry Faigin and Mrs.
Horace Gilmore.

ce, the couple left
amaica honeymoon. They
I make their home in Royal
Oak.

BRESS
-VO ZI
and Mrs.
or
of Bay
I a
,
annou
arr e Jul
of th ;
•aughter, Peggy Ann
to Be and H. Bressler
essler,
0
oi ers, now of Bay
Harbor Is.
The couple is residing at 9761
E. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay Harbor
Is.

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of suffering injustice.
—La Rochefoucauld



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