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October 20, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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Friends Donate Charity Playhouse
at Goldberg Twins' 50th Birthday

Bnai Brith Council Awards Night
Sloan-S tarman
Fetes Marshall, Jacobson Lodges; Rites Solemnized
Eizen Named Outstanding Ben Brith

Over 400 members of Bnai
Brith crowded the social hall
of Beth Abraham Synagogue
last week to hear Rabbi Abra-
ham Zemach, director of Michi-
gan State University Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation, deliver the
keynote address at the Annual
Council Award Night.
Rabbi Zemach spoke of the
challenge faced by Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations on 237 cam-
puses throughout the world in
meeting the needs of the ever-
increasing enrollment of Jewish
students.
Feature -of the award part of

(

Men's Clubs

SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S
CLUB will feature two leading
English-Yiddish stage stars to
open the season's activities 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue. They are Celia Adler and

the program was the presenta-
tion of the Ivan S. Bloch Lodge
Merit Award for the outstand-
ing Ben Brith in the city to
Israel Eizen of Eddie Jacobson
Lodge, whose "devoted and self-
less dedication to the work of
the Order" was commended.

Trophy Winners were:
Ivan S. Bloch and Eddie Jacobson
Lodges for best membership effort,
the Samuel G. Shulman Trophies.
Pisgah and Theodor Herzl Lodges
for best retention efforts, the Milton
M. Weinstein and Dr. Lawrence I.
Yaffa Trophies.
Ivan S. Bloch and Dov Krenkel
Lodges, for best fund-raising effort,
the Harry Yudkoff and Louis Russ-
man Memorial Trophies. ,
Livonia Lodge for largest net gain
in membership, the Harry Weinberger
Trophy.
Downtown Lodge for best effort
in the Metropolitan Division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign, the Maurice
Zeiger Community Service Trophy.
Pisgah Lodge for best effort in the
Sununer Membership Campaign, the
Sidney J. Karbel Trophy.
Ivan S. Bloch and Rex Lodges for
best blood bank effort, the Milo
Rappaport Trophies.
Albert Einstein, Louis Marshall and
Pisgah Lodges for excellence in , Israel
Bond sales, the Samuel G. Bank
Trophies.
Louis Marshall and Eddie Jacob-
son, best all-round lodges in the city,
the Samuel W. Leib and Barden-
Kopel Trophies.

Leo. Feber of Pisgah Lodge
received a special national
award for "outstanding mem-
bership effort," and Sam Zie-
man of Louis Marshall Lodge,
a special award for work on
Bnai Brith's Service Committee
for the Armed Forces and Vet-
erans.
Morris Direnfeld, president of
the Council, was chairman of

the evening.
,
-

Miss Adler

Welichansky

Israel Welichansky. They will
present a program entitled "An
Evening of Jewish Theater." In
full costume, the pair will portray
both comedy and drama. Presi-
dent George C. Parzen will pre-
side. Guests . are invited, 'atcord-
ing to Frank Rosenbaum, pro-
gram chairMan. Refreshment§
will be served.
* *
CONG. BNAI DAVID MEN'S
CLUB will present "An Evening
With Our Rabbi" 8:30 Thursday
at the synagogue. Rabbi Donin
will report on his 'recent visit to
Israel. Friends are invited. A so-
cial hour will follow, according
to Neil M. Kalef, chairman,

Bas Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Benkoff,
16736 Tuller, announce the Bas
Mitzvah of their daughter, Renee,
will be observed 8:45 p.m. today
at the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute.

Mark Shook Speaks
on Israel Jamboree
at Scouting Dinner

Mark Shook, 15868 Washburn,
a member of Explorer Post 554,
sponsored by- the Morton Silver-
man Post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, was featured speaker at
the 17 1-unit
Greenfield Dis-
trict Scouting
annual meet-
ing and appre-
ciation dinner.
Mark, an
Eagle Scout,
was selected
by the Jewish
Committee on
Scouting to
represent t h e Mark
Detroit Area Council at the Is-
rael Jamboree held near Jerusa-
lem this summer.
He showed movies and gave a
narrative account of his --experi-
ences at the Jamboree and the
European tour to Athens, Rome,
Paris and London.

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At a candlelight ceremony
Oct. 15, at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Sheila Wallis Starman,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Starman of 'Woodingham Dr.,
was united in marriage to Rich-
ard Sloan, son of Mrs. Saul
Sloan and the late . Mi.. Sloan
of Wildemere Ave.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel offi-
ciated.
The bride yvore . - a gown of
white silk taffeta, with an open
neckline, .bracelet-length
sleeves, and a fitted cummer-
bund in silk braid and tiny
pearls. The dome-shaped floor-
length skirt fell into a cathe-
dral train. The finger-length
mantilla was appliqued in gar-
lands of heirloom lace.
Mrs. Marvin Starman was ma-
tron of honor and bridesmaids
were Deanna Dunsky and Lois
Levi.
Eugene Sloan
other of the
bridegroom, s
- an.
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vern Cohn; Ar-
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in, Stanley Marx,
l3-arnar
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man,
ot er of the bride, d
Bud
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ma cousins of th
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wi reside
tford.

It was an unusual, but appre- will be modern and functional
ciated 50th birthday present that with sofas and book shelves
greeted the Goldberg twins, Irv- built into the walls -so as much
ing and Adolph, Detroit theatre of the floor space as possible
chain operators, at a, party in can be u
t h e Sheraton - Cadillac Hotel
are 'both
oldberg twi
Wednesday.
Welfare
Friends and relatives of
eration and the R ndtable
twins instead of giving pe
of Catholics, Jews an Protest-
director
presents, gave cash for
also
ur- ants. Adolp
resh it Camp.
nishing of a_ 30 by 3
• of play- of the -w
dren on
house for the
Leave from Tro
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the world
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ting on the
Project," sponsor
by the .L
still doe it
tional Council of ewish Wo
D acus, t instr ent consisting
cr
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The Council aised $100,00
a fra
or beads are
for the purchas of a home an
whin
land for "child n between six rung.
and 12, not ab
to get needed
love and guid
c e in their
troubled homes."
Mrs. Stanley R.
the
Council's project development
chairman, said "Our aim is to
help them achieve social adjust-
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