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August 04, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-08-04

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WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Dr.
13ertram Korn of Philadelphia, a
noted Jewish historian, declared
here that the Civil War was "one
of the- crucial experiences in the
development of American Jewish
life." He said that when the war
began about two-thirds of the
nation's 160,000 Jews were im-
migrants of the previous decade.
"Barely come to these shores,
hardly adjusted to the new life,
they were rapidly Americanized
in the pressure-cooker of frat-
ricidal conflict," Korn stated. He
addressed the opening here of a
Bnai Brith exhibit, "American
Jewry and the Civil War."
The exhibit, containing several
hundred rare items, depicts the
outstanding Jewish soldiers and
statesmen wlio played historic
roles in the struggle and Jewish
leaders who had close relation-
ships with Lincoln, - Jefferson
Davis, Lee and Grant. Participat-
ing in the opening ceremonies,
attended by 350 persons, was
Senator Ralph Yarborough of
Texas, a member of the U.S. Civil
War Centennial Commission.

New College-Age Group
Plans Square Dance

A square dance for college-
age Jewish youth is scheduled
for 9 p.m. Saturday. at Beth
Aaron social hall by the Detroit
Atid (Future) organization.
A professional caller will be
featured, and members, of the
group will present a skit.
Refreshments will be served.
Detroit Atid is a chapter of
the new United Synagogue of
America-sponsored organization,
dedicated to cultural, social and
religious objectives.

UJA Given $15,000
by Ford Motor Co.

Peep • • •
Make News

RICHARD L. STEIN, for-
merly of the Wilshire Hotel,
Detroit, now of 841 S.
Los Angeles,
guest
speaker on t
s w, "Corn-
ment," on
lion :KCOB, July
31. He
ussed the-need for
greate • ublic su o of th
ment• health p
also
peared
co
at t
Carolin
rant, ark Ma , an •
400
ht Cl in Los Angel

good novel, deserving of study
by those interested in the good
will movement and especially
y students of inter-faith rela-
ns under government and
m tary situations.

His Orchestra
ICE. 5-2604

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Rare Items in Exhibit
on Jews and Civil War

Among the 91 travelers from throughout the United States
who are participating in a 31-day tour of Europe and Israel,
sponsored by the Pioneer Women, are Mrs. Sylvia Lechtzin of
San Juan Dr.; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Leeman and their children,
Judith, Mark and Sheldon of Fairfield Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Lesser of Meyers Rd.; Mrs. Sarah Lyons of W. Warren Ave.;
and Mrs. Ann Mondrow and her daughter Sharon of Stoepel Ave.
Esther Kingston, a recent graduate of Antioch College, will
be guest of honor at an open house to be given Sunday by her
sister and brothers-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hoptman. Miss
Kingston will begin study on a full scholarship in the fall at
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes has been invited to be the
guest of the city of Salzburg, in Austria, and was the guest of the
President of Austria, Dr. Adolf Schaerf, at the opening affair
of the Salzburg Festival. She was introduced at the gat ring as
the most ardent representative of the Mozarte
and as the executive director of the Pr
Greater Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Goldin (
erly laire Stone of
Detroit) and sons, Steven and How
of Los Angeles, Ca f.,
will visit her parents, Mr. and Mr
thur Stone, 18421 St th-
moor.
Many prominent rabbis and aders
nities of Windsor and. Detroit
oke at th e
confirmation dinner of Iser D d Karelitz, s.
abl
Karelitz of Windsor's Cong. Sh rey Zed
mong the
•re
Rabbis Isaac Stollman; Leizer vin, Haskel Grub
olem
Emunah, Israel Rakov and Israe lam, all of
p
residing in Windsor were Rabb o lma
Suniner, Henry Yuffy and I. Jack Fogel. Aaro
Detroit lawyer, was toastmaster.
Suzanne Medvin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
18684 Murray Hill, has returned home from
where she has studied for the past six month
Miss Medvin spent weekends and holidays a
American Embassy families. Miss Medvin
Michigan State University at East Lansing.

In "The Cross and the Star,"
a novel about the battle of
Korea and the members of the
three faiths
Protestant
gaged
it, Con-
nor Hai ► ond Co
ells about
the co
cts of War, the trials
and tr ulatio that enter int .
••
the
m - 11 :
a •
from ome
broth ho •
op ati
that
n be supplied
chaplai
in the
Publishe
Inc., (12
1), this
novel
a g
indication of
how
•mber of varying faiths
can et alo g to er under
co
tions t
cr e
Ko a.
e author
an ar
ain, writes with au
or Cole has
ced a

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Joanne Linda Sparr, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Sparr
of Prairie Ave., became the
bride of Morton Jay Goldberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B.
Goldberg, of Sunderland Ave.
during a candelight ceremony
July 16, at the Park-Shelton
Hotel. Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
officiated at the double-ring
ceremony. -
The bride's gown of candle-
light satin was dotted with
rhinestones and her two skirts
of chantilly lace swept into a
cathedral train. She wore an
imported veil of silk illusion
which extended from a pearl
and sequined crown and carried
her confirmation Bible which
was adorned with two white or-
chids, stephanotis and ivy.
The bridal procession con-
sisted of matron of honor, Mrs.
Jay Keil, cousin of the bride;
best man, Richard Vahratian;
junior bridesmaid, Carole Lynne
Sparr; and junior usher, Steven
Keil. Bridesmaids were Jeanette
Olson, Natalie Bard, and Eileen
Adler; ushers were Richard
Sparr, brother of the bride, Her-
man Goldberg, brother of the
bridegroom, Jerome Olson,
Ralph Stoner and Martin and
Ronald Glick of Portsmouth,
Ohio.
Following a honeymoon trip
to Bermuda the couple will re-
side on Sorrento Ave.

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NEW YORK, (JTA) — The Colleen, general agent in De-
Ford Motor Company gave $15,- troit for Indianapolis Life In-
000 to the United Jewish Ap- surance Company, successfully
peal of Greater New York as completed a special training
the automobile firm's contribu- course in advanced program-
tion to the 1961 UJA campaign ming and business insurance
in support of seven major wel- held at Turkey Run State Park
fare agencies operating a world- in western Indiana last week, it
was announced by Arnold Berg,
wide humanitarian network.
Allen W. Merrell, vice presi- vice president and director of
dent of the Ford Motor Co. agencies.
* * *
Fund, presented the check to
ALLEN STROSS, 68 W. Ferry,
Edwin Rosenberg, chairman of
hs ("Demoli-
New York UJA's executive com- had two
ign" an. "Surrealist
mittee, during a visit to the tion
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organization's headquarters.
nnual Exposition of Pro
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Brazil Seeks Is eli
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y, and DON-
Student S chola hips ALD
E, assistant gen-
RIO DE JANEIRO,
,ent, left for a five day
President Janio Quadros
program of advanced study in
structed Brazil's newly ap- business and family financial
pointed Ambassador to Israel, planning at the 'C.L.U. Institute
Barreto Leite Filho, to ask the at the -University of Wisconsin.
* * *
Israeli government for a num-
ber of scholarships for Brazilian
Mrs. MARY ,1VLcKITTRICK
students at the Hebrew Univer- joined the staff of the Family
sity in Jerusalem and at the Service Society a Metropolitan
Technion - Israel Institute of Detroit as supeitvisor of the
Technology in Haifa.
Northwest District Office lo-
This is our Everyday
The Ambassador also was cated at 15700 Schaefer, it was
Discount on Sterling Silver
asked by President Quadros to announced by Howard Hush, di-
extend an invitation to a num- rector of the society.
ber of Israeli agricultural and
irrigation experts to visit Brazil
Third-class mail was estab-
as guests of the gove-rnment for lished by Congress in 1928. It
the purpose of advising the Bra- is handled by post office em-
zilian government on the devel- ployees only when they are not
opment of the country's under- busy with preferred classes - of
developed areas.
mail.
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19 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 4, 1961

joafine Sparr Weds
illorton Jay Goldberg

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