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October 20, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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Jeri Berman Will
Battle Creek Hosts State Parley
of Human Relations Commissioners Wed Stephen Rope

League of Jewish Women to hold
Leadership Training Institute

The Human Relations Commis- men will present a history of
sion of Battle Creek will be host their human relations commis-
sions' activities and problems.
Oct. 28 to a statewide conference Participating in this panel will
of human relations commission- be Irving Steinman, chairman of
ers, believed to be the first of its the Pontiac Human Relations
kind anywhere in the United Comission and Rabbi Lawrence
N. Mahrer, chairman of the
States.

Battle Creek Human Relations
Represented-at conference ses- Commission.
sions from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Workshops on problems of
the First Methodist Church, 114
E. Michigan, will be all eight of equal opportunity in housing,
the _ official. Human Relations education, and police community
Commissions in Michigan. In ad- relations will be scheduled for
dition to Battle Creek, these are the afternoon session. Serving as
one of the resource leaders for
Detroit, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, these
workshops will be Michael
Saginaw, Port Huron, Grand Rap- A. Gaines,
assistant director - of
ids and Kalamazoo.
the Anti-Defamation League of
A major adress entitled, Bnai Brith.
"Michigan's Human Relations
Needs," will be delivered by
Michigan State Attorney Gen-
eral Paul L. Adams.
William Seabron, deputy di-
rector of the Michigan Fair Em-
The Herzl Gold Medallion of
ployment. Practices Commission, the Zionist Organization of
willl speak on "Relationships Be- America, awarded each year to
tween Public Human Relations an individual judged to have
Agencies and Government."
rendered the most outstanding
A panel discussion entitled, service to the cause of Zionism,
"A Professional Looks at Private will be presented to Dr. Emanuel
and Public Human Relationg Neumann, honorary president of
Activities," will feature Arthur the ZOA and member of the
Johnson, executive director
Michigan NAACP; Sol I. Litt- Jewish Agency Executive, at the
Metropolitan dinner of
man, Michigan regional director annual
the ZOA, Nov. 28, at the Bilt-
of the Anti-Defamation League more
Hotel, New York, Max
of Bnai Brith; and Richard V.
ZOA president, an-
Marks, secretary-director of the Bressler,
nounced
this
week.
Detroit Commission on Com-
The previous recipients of the
munity Relations.
One of the high spots of the award were • Israel President
conference will be the Chair- Itzhak Ben Zvi, the Earl of Bal-
men's Symposium entitled "Coin- four, nephew and heir to Arthur
_munity Portraits," wherein hu- James Balfour, and Dr. Abba
man relations commission chair-. Hillel Silver.

Mrs. Martin Naimark, presi-
dent of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations, an-
nounces the Seventh Annual
Leadership Training Institute
will be held 10 a.m. Thursday
at the Jewish War Veteran's
Memorial Home, 4095 W. Davi-
son.
The morning session will be-
gin with keynote speaker Mrs.
Charles D. Solovich, past presi-
dent of the International Bnai
Brith Women, who will speak
"Women's Role in the Com-
munity As Compared to Women
Leadership Throughout the
World." Lawrence Lucks, direc-
tor of the American Jewish
Committee, will speak on
"Leadership and Membership in
A Well Balanced Organization."

.

Neumann_ to Get
'61 Herzl Award

Birth. Announcements

Oct. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Lampert (Sarah
Simons), of Ann Arbor, a
daughter, Claudia Anne.
* *.
Oct. 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Immer (Joyce Mogel),
23101 Kenosha, Oak Park, a
daughter, Linda Beth.
*
Oct. 13 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert LeWitter (Alice New-
man), 24021 Glen Ridge, Novi, a
son, Jonathan.
* .* *
Oct. 11 — To Mr. and Mrs.
M i c ha el Rosenberg (Linda

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Howard LaKritz (Sandra Barry),
20522 Westbrook, a daughter,
Beth Fa

MISS JERI BERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Max Berman of
Washburn Ave. announce the
'engagement of their daughter,
Jeri Sunny, to Stephen J.
Rope, son of Mr. and Mrs. San-
ford J. Rope of Sorrento Ave.
The bride - elect attended
Wayne State University, 'where
she was affiliated with Iota Al-
pha Pi Sorority. Her fiance at-
tended Ferris Institute of Tech--
nology, where he was a mem-
ber of Sigma Nu Iota Frater-
nity.

Dearborn Presents
Outstanding Citizen's
Award to Isadore Strub

Isadore Strub was feted by
several hundred civic and busi-
ness leaders at the annual din-
ner-meeting of the Dearborn
Chamber of Commerce Tuesday
night when he was presented the
Chamber's "Outstanding Citizen's
Award" for 1961.
Strub is owner of the Dearborn
Public Market in West Dear-
born.
Harry J. Miller, who made the
presentation, said Strub was
chosen not for any single achieve-
ment, but for his many contri-
butions to the community over a
period of years. Strub opened his
first market in Dearborn in
1915. He has been operating the
Dearborn Public Market since
1942.
A World War I Navy veteran,
Strub has been active in Legion
work for the past 25 years. He
is also associated with the 'Navy
League, the Shriners, Dearborn
Rotary Club and Chamber of
Commerce. Strub is also a mem-
ber of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
'Jewish War Veterans and Bnai
Brith.

t. 5—To Dr. d Mrs. Robert
oleman), for-
ck (Susa
er New Yorker now living at
4527 a , Oak Park, a
at
e
aug
n Deleg:
1,200 W
* *
men's C ention
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To Mr. and Mrs.
the wori s of President
(Rhoda Silver),
Oak Park, a Jo F. Kennedy that " men's
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Faith.
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nd Mrs. Rob-
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of peo-
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rge part of
to greet them
the
more than 1200 delegates
and Mrs. convene in Phil
(Thelma their orgam
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hwood, vial nati
cony ion, Oct.
n Ross. 23-26,
was announced at
American ORT's na-
Worn
and Mrs. tion
headquar rs ' Ne
Margolis), Yo
ak Park, a n
Bonnie.

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Mr. and Mrs.
etroit Socialites, a so •
ne Maltz-
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past president of the Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah; "Prob-
lems of Membership Acqui-
sion and Membership Reten-
tion." Mrs. Harry L. Jackson
will act as chairman.

A program workship will be
held with Mrs. Louis L. Kazdan
as chairman and Mrs. Nathan
Spevakow, resource person.
Joseph Edelman, director of the
Jewish Culture Commission,
will speak on "Jewish Aspects
and Content in Programming."
Richard Chapman, teacher of
creative thinking at Wayne
State University, will present
his "Idea Clinic." A question
and answer period will follow
all- discussions.

Beth Abraham Couples
to Hold Hayride Oct. 28

Luncheon will be served
at noon. Mrs. Philip P. Fealk,
immediate past president of
the League, will give the in-
vocation. Reservations for the
luncheon must be made with
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Mrs. Abe Bookstein,
4-8470, or Mrs. Betty Fisher,
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Cong. Beth. Abraham Couples
Club will sponsor a hayride
8:45 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Friend-
ly Acres Ranch, 36051 School-
craft, Livonia.
For information and reser-
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Borchardt, UN 3-9211, before
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OME RELIEF SOCIETY

Wishes To Announce Its 39th

UAL FUND-RAISING DINNER DANCE

Saturday Evening, November 4th
Statler Hilton Hotel

Gala floor show with Panchito and his Latin Flamenco dancing
orchestra and Detroit's favorite comedian, Frankie Rapp.
Fabulous door prizes. Mrs. William Budman, chairman.

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INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THEIR

Membership Dance

turday, October 21, 1961 from 9:00 p.m. to Midnight
Music by: THE CLASSICS
JEWISH CENTER — Curtis & Meyers
Gentlemen: Donation $2.00
Girls: BY PAID UP MEMBERSHIP ONLY

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