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October 27, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-27

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versity will hold their semi-
annual meeting, in the form of
a dessert luncheon, at Rainbow
Terrace, 18451 Wyoming, at
12:30 p.m.
Rabbi S. , M. Zambrowsky,
head of Canadian Friends of
Bar-Ilan University, will be the
guest speaker.
Rabbi Zambrowsky, 4pne of
the p opular personalities in
Canadian Jewry, is national,
_ chairman of the religious wel
fare committee of the Canadian
Jewish Congress. He is also a
member of the Actions Com-
mittee of the World Zionist
Organization and is active in
many other Zionist activities.
He has been active_ in behalf
of Bar-Ilan University since its
inception, and will report on
the progress made by the Uni-
versity.
Mrs. Max Stollman, chairman
of the Women's Division of Bar-

Samson the Second
to Exhibit Stren g th
at Greenberg Center

Ber Lewin will be presented
in a one -.m a n exhibition of
strength by Cong. Mishkan Is-
rael and S h a a r it Haplaytah
8:30 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Hayim
Greenberg Center.
, For those who aren't familiar
with the name, Lewin is also
known as Samson the Second,
or better, the strongest man in
the world.
Mighty of physique, the 54-
year-old strong man does such
stunts as tying himself a cravat
(a Windsor knot, four times
around) with a one-half incli
steel rod. He bends steel bars,
one-and-a-half inches by one-
half inch thick, six inches ion
into horseshoes. He a
m,
iron, into any sh
d i his
across his nos
mouth.
Lewin has b n known
dance with a s ing mach'
and allo
between his tee
ngers 0
truck carrying 40
ride over his midrif .
. Samson the Second is
inally from Pinsk, Poland, but
has lived in South America
since the war. He has exhibited
his prowess i in three world
tours. But those days, are over,
he says. From Detroit he is
going - to Israel to make his
home and to teach judo and
physical culture
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At an impressive gathering sworn in by
all Mr. Rosen UN 1-9000
Levin as as-
at which Rabbi Mordecai Judge Theodo
'strict
Kir s h b l u m of the Jeviish sistant on th
ubow.
Agency was guest speaker, an- U.S. Atto aw
nouncement was made of plans
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Rosent 1, who cele
s a 'gra
for the establishment of a lec- 34th birt t
ool,
ture hall at Bar-Ilan University uate of
His Orch
rsity an
in Israel in memory of Daniel Wayne State
• Law
University of D
Temchin.
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Plans for this memorial were School.
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deputy
collector
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announced in an address by
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Phillip Stollman, national chair- . since 1956, Rose
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man of the Americab Bar-Ilan years was a
ORGANIZATION
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ting
ty
the City's
Committee.
enial couples 45-55 to
I 0' rm t. and Wed. night Bridge
Addresses were delivered Committe
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also by Rabbi Isaac Stollman, Navy vet an, he
ermediate players — social
urposes only.
who spoke in behalf of the Sallie, ha
nd
argo,
rabbinate a n d congregations, Frederick,
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and William Hordes, who rep-
resented the Jewish National Louis Golde •
Fund.
Rabbi Samuel Prero spoke in `Toy Par
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ge
the name of Young Israel and Publis
chestra
David J. Cohen represented
and
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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
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portra 1 of
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At a board of directors' Thanks in:

ay • a
fternoon Parties
meeting of Mizrachi - Hapoel Louis Go
berg, has just been
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plan was unanimously adopted. N.Y.
A committee, appointed to
Goldenberg, 1
formulate the project, consists ington Wo
etroit
DR. S. M. ZAMBROWSKY
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of representatives of the many area prof
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ions for Ba r -Ilan -University organizations and - institutions for 25 ye .• ict
e boo
s
have been formed. The Cleve- in which Mr. Temchin was ac- acco
ed b short hymes
land Chapter will hold a meet- tive during his life-time.
arge c
wer elected om
ALL GC SIONS-
ing on Oct. 30, with Mrs. Mich-
a
of
leer
ael Comay as guest speaker. • Goldoftas to Lecture
over e ye s.
Gift Items
Unus
Rabbi Zambrowsky also will
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address a dinner meeting at ZO 'Branch Meetings at all Hu •
e
ection
of Liquor
tores. This
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. at the
Movsas Goldoftas, director of 35th annual
eld
MILT GOLDBERG
Rainbow Terrace, at which the Hayirn Greenberg Hebrew Nov. 24. .•
former owner of State Beverage
plans will be made for -the Yiddish Shule, will be the guest
annual Bar-Ilan University ban- lecturer at meetings , of two
Want ads get quick results!
quet, which will mark the 10th branches of the Labor Zionist
SHEL ARAN
manager of Gift Basket
anniversary of first planning Organization of America.
Department
for the University in Ramat-
He will speak on "The Secret
Who Knows Whereabouts
Gan, Israel, by its first presi- of Jewish Survival" 9 p.m. Tues-
OF
dent, the late Dr. Pinchos day at a Branch 3 meeting at
Churgin.
r
er,
i
the Hayim Greenberg
according to Morris Gi urg,
(Solornionski)
Branch chairman. Refreshments
r
omina
will be served. The public is
Who came to this country about
r stee Boar
14 years ago from MINSK,
Si
invited, free of charge.
USSIA, and whose 2 brothers
Goldoftas will speak
lec
ill
and sister probably live, at pres-

ent, in Los Angeles or there-
Prophets and Their Ro
nn
we
abouts. Brother Sholem in
f ciety" at a meeting of
on
etin
Europe would like to contact
4081 W. MAPLE RD.
the
114
'9
p.m.
Saturday
him. Write: BOX 524, The Jew-
nd
orth
ai Ho a
ish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.,
Birmingham, Michigan
,
ac-
.
Hayim
Greenberg
on-
nic),
iff
Detroit •35, Michigan or call UN
f and ,1 1-0808
cording to Morris
after NOV. 7th.
MI 6.6486
MI 6-6484
&if 27.
eshm is
of the Branch chairma
i
George Stutz,
e, announc- will be serve
arge.
e no ees for re- is invite
ing • Bar Mitzvah • Confirmation • House Party
election to the b • rd: Joseph
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Erwin S. Sinion and Paid cker-

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minations may be made
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signed by 50 membe
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a.m. Nov. 5.
orations, submitted
of the
eisz, past president o
prior to Nov._
Create • Bna"
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board of directors at the syna-
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year of the university started
with an enrollment of 800 .stu-
dents. The faculty now numbers
125 in various departments.
Mrs. Stollman announced that
in other communities in the
United States, Women's Divis-

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Seminary Friends Hold
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A leadership conference
the Detroit Friends of the J
of
ish Theological Seminar
an-
America was held at th
dard Club yesterday.
berg,
Louis Berry, Sol Ei
Joseph Holtzman, Joh Lurie,
Hyman Safran, Benjam' Wei
and other prominent. 1) oit
were among those 'pres t
plan a year-end •activity fo
Seminary.

Livonia Cong. Plans
Square Dance Nov. 11

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Bar-Ilan Women's Luncheon Nov. 1 Hall in Memory of Dist
Sanfo
Next Wednesday, the Amer- Ilan, announcing this gathering, Daniel Temchin
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