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October 27, 1961 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-27

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Flint Celebrates
Bar Mitzvah of
Israel Saturday

Plans have been completed
for the program of the State of
Israel 13th Anniversary (Bar
Mitzvah) Dinner -Dance 7:15
p.m. Saturday in the main ball-
room of the Durant Hotel, Flint,
Dr. Sam Got-
lib, president,
announced. -
The affair is
sponsored by
the Flint Com-
mittee for
State of Israel
Bonds and will
the one of the
leading func-
tions of the
year for the
Greater Flint
Jewish Com-
munity.
U.S. Senator
Wayne Morse
Morse (D-Ore.) will
be guest speaker. Emil Cohen,
American-Jewish humorist, will
be guest star. Dancing will be
to the music of Charles Speight
and his orchestra.
Co-chairmen of the Flint Com-
mittee are Harry J. Binder and
Murray E. Moss. Norman Schafer
is the dinner arrangements
chairman.

Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah Hold
Annual Donor Event

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth Ye-
hudah will hold its 34th annual
donor luncheon Nov. 7 at Holiday
Manor, announces Mrs. Louis
Honigman,
chairman.
Mrs. Isadore
Levin, presi-
dent, says the
proceeds from
the affair are
earmarked for
the Yeshivah's
scholarship
_fund. Mrs. Honigman
The event will feature a
musical program with Cantor
Shabse Ackerman and the Beth
Yehudah All-Girl Choir, accord-
ing to Mrs. Milton Winston, pro-
gram chairman.
Toastmaster will be Mrs.
Joshua Sperka.•Others in charge
are Mrs. Walter Epstein, DI
1-3523, reservations chairman;
and Esther Sirit, publicity chair-
man.
Transportation to the Holiday
Manor will be provided at noon
Nov. 7 from the corner of Dexter
and Sturtevant.

-

Marriages

KATCHEM- MOSS: In a
double-ring c_e re m o n y per-
formed Aug. 15 by Rabbi Mil-
ton Arm at Cbng. A h a v as
Achim, Arlene Judith Moss and
Lionel Bernard Katchem were
united in marriage. Parents of
the couple are' Mr. and Mrs.
Max Moss of Kenosha Ave., Oak
Park, and Mr. and• Mrs. Sidney
Katchem of Pembroke A,v e .
The bride wore a gown of peau
de soie with the bodice ' and
skirt front in Alencon lace. The
redingote style dress featured
front panels tapering into - a
chapel train. Her silk illusion
veil was held by a pearl and
rhinestone crown. Gloria Cap-
, Ian was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Judith Gross,
sister of the - bridegroom;•
Elaine Margolis, Joanye Karbal
and Lenore Frank. Burton
Weintraub was best man. Ush-
ers were Leonard Gross, Harold
Tobes, Erwin Waldman and
Nate Greenberg. The couple
departed for a• New York
honeymoon. They now are re-
siding in Des Moines, Iowa,
where the bridegroom is con-
tinuing his studies at the Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine
and Surgery.



Ben-Gurion's Career Recalled on
His 75th Birthday; Briscoe Coming
to Address Banquet in His Honor

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On tile

This Week's
Televis
rograms
of
ish Interest

it

"I will lift up mine eyes unto
the mountains; from whence
shall my help come? My help
cometh from the Lord, who made
heaven and earth." -f--% Psalm
121:1-2.

1c Rosenow

And His

THE
CONTINENTAL ORCHESTRA
Time:. :30
N 3-7626
Station:
Feature:
r-
dam," the stor
anish Jews
LAT. ORCHESTRA
who practi
their religion in
secret,
roit's Favorite M.C.
ten b
nd His Entertainment
shak,
be urese
a • r
Specialty—
Rober H. Sega
1
the
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
Litura al introd ion.
_
*
237
KE 8-1291
• • •
WELL
Time:
unday.
Station: W
-TV.
This is a historic photograph of Israel's Prime Minister David
Feature:
iddle East Ref
Ben-Gurion opening the Israel Bond drive, in New York, May fees—A
tian V:._"
10, 1951: With him were Abba Eban (right), then Israel featured.
e Rev
Ambassador to the U.S., and the late Israel Finance Minister berg who ecently r
Eliezer Kaplan (center).
HOTOGRAPHERS
Israel wi discuss her ews it
* * *
Mrs. Alb t Newma vice' pre
"The Rest Need
On Nov. 18, Detroit will join United States as Prime Minister ident of
e Southern Oa
Cost No More"
many other American communi- occurred in May, 1951. It was County Ch
r of H
ties in a tribute to David Ben- then that Ben-Gurion launched
-2266
LI 8-1116
Gurion, Prime Minister of Israel, the Israel Bond campaign, which
THE JEWISH
A ,E
on the occasion of his 75th birth- in 10 years has realized over
Time: 11:30
unday.
day.
$500,000,000 in Bond sales.
Station: W
Robert Briscoe, Jewish cham-
The
The step was taken in 1951
Feature:
`Tribute t
the
pion of Irish freedom, now_ against the advice of bankers and United N ons" will f
serving his second term as the financial experts, who • did not voices o Andrei
h
Lord- Mayor of Dublin, capital consider Israel a good invest- late Joh
oster D
on.
ORCHESTRA _
of the Irish Free State, will be ment risk at that time.
Selwyn loyd and
orld
the principal speaker at the
Music and Entertainment
Earlier this year, on a return leaders
a special script,
function - which will be held at visit to this country, Ben-Gurion ten and narrated by
ph
At Its Finest
the Statler-Hilton Hotel. It described how he had come to Edelmain,
ector o
Coun-
will be the highlight of the Is- make this decision. He said:
UN
3-5730
\ UN 3-8982
cirs Culture
ssion.
.rael Bond fall campaign. Bris-
* *
"Frankly, I did not consider
coe was widely acclaimed when myself better or wiser than these
COUNCIL-ALT
HOUR
he visited Detroit four years experts on finance. I know very
Time:
10
p
Saturday.
ago. A leading entertainer will little about finance, but I know
Station:
B.
be on the program.
the Jewish people; I know that
Feature:
s.
Norman Brod
Ben - Gurion's popularity ex- we can rely on them in a time vice-presi • t of the Leag
tends far beyond the confines of of need."
Jewish ' men's w

Israel. A Gallup poll in America
w
will
disc s the
a
iv
or fine color movies
taken several years ago showed
ties of r
orga
him to be one of the world's most
*
*
*
of your wedding
m en
s C
o
dubs
esteemed statesmen.
Call
(More Clubs on Page 15)
B.G., as he is familiarly called
Time:
• , Sunday.
in Israel, is too many-sided and
WESTWOOD CHAPTER, Wo-
Station:
colorful for that. His vigor and men's American ORT, will fea-
Feature: Jacques Lipsehitz,
stamina belie his age. In recent ture Mrs. Simone Nemeth, a
years he has followed a regimen graduate of the .ORT schools, as sculptor, will be interviewed by
of daily exercise and diet to keep guest speaker 8:30 p.m. Monday Eli Wallach who will discuss 15
of his pieces.
fit.' •
at the home of Mrs. Lee Pomer-
Usually there is a five-mile antz, 29544 Mark Lane, Livonia.
hike before. breakfast. A number Highlighting her talk will be a Fannie Hurst Novel
of his young adviSers take turns sound film, "The Mellah," de- on Screen 'Third
e _
accompanying him, and it is they scribing a boy's re-education in
Fannie Hurst, o
of Amer-
finishing - Restoring
rather than he who complain of the ORT schools. For informa- ica's top-ranking
ovelists, is
Furniture
being exhausted.
tion, call Lori Pomerantz, GA being cited _for
unusual liter-
Repaired &
Three or four hours' sleep a 7-4619; Sylvia Buckfire, KE ary feat. The uth • 's
Refinished- in
Any Color of
night suffices for him. When he 5-0213; or Flora Sacks, EL 6-7219. "Back Street
alre-
fi
Your Choice.
* * *
awakens, he reads. U-Nu, the
Antiques - Old
- twice, has a n bee
d .s
Furniture Made
AHAVAS ACHIIVI SISTER- a motion pic
Burmese Premier, who visited
e to be
e the
IANO
Like New. Cig-
Ben-Gurion, discovered that Ben- HOOD will hold an• Oneg Shabbat first major
arette Burns Re-
EFINISHING
k of i'
ind, to
Ok SPECIALTY
paired. Al! work
Gurion knew things about Bud- 2 p.m. Saturday at the home of reach the sc
n in three s
2.1p4oRs TO CHOOSE guaranteed.
dhism of which many of his fol- Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Arm, rate producti
.City-Wide and
19900
Hartwell.
In
honor
of
the
lowers are not aware.
Suburban
Most recent arring
Larry Paul
Free Estimates
On. B-G's last visit to the forthcoming Jewish Book Month, Susa ayward, John Gavin and
United States, during which he Mrs. Samuel Chapin will . speak V Miles, is now showing 'at
UN.4-8440
marked the 10th anniversary on its origin and development.
13223 NI McNICHOLS
Mercury Theater.
of Israel Bonds, reporters Mrs. Harry Bodzin will review
"Look
Back
Mrs.
Lot."
-
found him haunting the book
* * *
shops. At one book shop he
ODESSA PROGRESSI
purchased Churchill's "Hinge
of Fate" and a work on Chi- SOCIETY will
efully recorded by our
luncheon 12:30
nese philosophy.
phers.
the
Hayim
Green
He also utilizes the early hours
Service Always"
of the morning for studying for- nounces Mrs. Sara
eral chairman of the
eign languages. He can speak
It
Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Ger- cue Fund and Israel
tion. Musical ; selectio
e
b
UN 3-8532
man, Russian, Turkish and Greek
ing arranged by
a Li
and last year he started learning
happy
to
show
samples
on request
chairman. The
will i
Spanish.
-
elude Ruth
solois
,
He may be conferring with his
Cabinet, and a few hours later and Hope Dewey, a • "1 a •
Mrs. Sidney Ravin, p
will be washing the dishes in
US HELP YOU WITH YOUR "SIMCHA" CELEBRATION
dent of the Jewish National Fund
the kitchen.
Ladies
Auxiliary,
will
be
guest
WITH MRS. GRUNT'S OWN:
Despite the world-wide fame
that has come to him, Ben-Gurion speaker. The invocation will be
te. Size
Knishes • Chopped Liver • Chopped Herring
• Cheese Blintze
has retained his native modesty. given by Eva Hayman. Mrs.
Miniature Stuffed Cabbage - • Sweet & Sour
Meat Balls • Ge
Fish • Pickled Fish. PLUS' THE USUAL
When, after the establishment of Nathanson is co-chairma
ick,
GOOD: • Dill. Pia,
• Dill Tomatoes • Cole Slaw • Horseradish
the State of Israel, foreign diplo- with Mesdames Ann
orothy
• Pickled H iring
mats b_egan addressing him as Dora Galor, Rose Ge
Yourist,
"Your Excellency", Ben - Gurion Weinhart, Ida Fis
11
RO T TU
or CHLCKEN PREPARED AND
Sarah Tush-
turned to one of his aides and Yetta Schrebnic
R
-TO
SERVE ON REQUEST
lie Mony s
asked in Hebrew: "Do they mean man, J. Miron,
Teitelbaum
an
.
J.
Ster
me?"
LIVER — CALL UN 1-9645
For many years, while actively
a Club
working for the development of Center Ca
Its Class
the Jewish Homeland, Ben-Gurion Openings
The Camer
lub of th Jew-
was.a farmer in a -Jewish settle-
Meyer ft
ment. He glories in manual labor ish Center, 1
and when he seeks a rest, re- nounces that,
18252 WYOMING near CURTIS
tires to S'de Boker, a kibbutz in some openings in
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS TO 1:30 A.M.
the Negev desert, where he does ners and intermediate classe s.
FEATURING THE FINEST SELECTION OF SMOKED FISH
his share of farm chores.
For information, contact the
Ben-Gurion'S first visit to the Center, DI 1-4200.

E- DOMBEY
SSOCIATES

L GORDON

AT EVERY BRIDE
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