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December 15, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-15

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$45,000 in Israel Bonds Sold
at Pisgah-Keidan Hanukah Fete

Tom Borman, general chairman, Detroit Israel Bond Com-
mittee; Ervine Lavine, president of Bnai Brith District Grand
Lodge No. 6; George Jessel, guest star, and Morris Direnfield,
president of the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Council, (from
the left), at the Pisgah-Keidan Hanukah Night program at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The event resulted in the sale of
$45,000 in Israel Bonds. About 500 attended. -

Oakland County Medical Society
Votes Dr. Arnkoff President-Elect

Dr. Harry Arnkoff of Pontiac
was recently voted president-
elect of the Oakland County
Medical Society. His term of
office as president begins Jan-
uary 1963.
Arnkoff is the first Jewish
physician in his county to be so
honored. Of
450 medical
society m e m
bers, 25 are
Arnkoff has
lived in Pon-
tiac since 1940.
He has served
as chief of staff
of St. Joseph
Mercy Hospital
Dr. Arnkoff and at present
is also on the staff of Pontiac
General Hospital. He is a board
member- of the Oakland County
Medical Society.
Dr. Arnkoff is a graduate of
the University of Michigan Medi-
cal School, and received training

People .
Make News

Michigan AMVETS will ob-
serve the 20th anniversary of
the attack on Pearl Harbor with
a state-wide program aimed at
honoring 1,102 servicemen en-
tombed in the sunken battleship
U.S.S. Arizona.
•AMVETS State Commander
Peter M. Cubra announced that
his organization would enroll
1,102 members as a living
Honor Guard- for the- 1,102
heroes lying below the Pacific
waters of Pearl Harbor.
The 1,102 Honor Guard mem-
bers will have their names
placed in a sealed time capsule
which will be deposited next
Memorial Day, 1962, at the base
of the special AMVETS Memo-
rial now being built at Pearl
Harbor at the site of the sunken
U.S.S. Arizona.
To launch the program here
in Detroit, Benjamin Levinson,
president of Franklin Mortgage
Corporation, presented the first
10 members towards the 1,102
program in ceremonies con-
ducted in Detroit Mayor Louis
C. Miriani's office on Dec. 7.
Levinson, a supporter of vet-
erans activities, is personally
paying the memberships of
eligible employees within his
corporation to get the 1,102 pro-
gram started.

Cony-Con Committee
to Conduct Public
Hearings on Rights

The Committee on Declara-
tion of Rights, Suffrage and
Elections of the Constitutional
Convention will conduct public
hearings on Monday 'in Detroit,
on Tuesday morning in Saginaw
and Tuesday afternoon in Flint.
A resolution adopted to hold
such hearings was drafted by
Harold Norris, Wayne County
Con-Con delegate from the Sixth
District who is vice chairman
of the Committee on Declara-
tion of Rights, Suffrage and
According to the resolution,
many groups and individuals
wish to be heard and present
their- views to the c m ttee.
The hearings, says EN ri w I
afford such citizen
nity to assist the c
its deliberations on
suffrage and electio s and
"materially enhance the pro-
spect of a ratifiable constitu-
tion for Michigan."
Monday's hearing in Detroit
will be held 10 a.m. to no
and 2-4 p.m. at the City-Co

drama critic, author and educator,
has been named chairman of the
Brandeis University creative arts
awards commission.
prominent Chicago architect
who long has been in the fore-
front of activities for Jewish
organizations and causes, has
been named by Governor Otto
Kerner to the Illinois State
With the Midwestern Premiere Architects Examining Board.
* * *
of "EL CID" at the Music Hall
IRVING -ADLER, author of
Theater on Dec. 21, the question
is being asked, "Who is El Cid?" over 30 books and a recognized
His full name was Rodrigo Dias authority on the , teaching of
de Bivar. He was born in 1043 mathematics, was awarded a
(?) and died in 1099. As a young Ph.D degree in pure mathematics
man he served as chief standard by Columbia University.
* * *
bearer at the court of King Fer-
Donald F. Valley, general
dinand I. The "Poema de mio
Cid," written 40 years- after his chairman of the Metropolitan De-
death, is the first written record troit Building
of this leader of men and knight Fund cam-
par excellence. "
paign, an-
* * *
nounced today
It was announced by Eric H. the appoint-
Rose, managing director of the ment of Wilber
Trans-Lux Krim Theatre that H. Mack as
Law Frater it
"NO LOVE FOR JOHNNIE," an chairman of
Honor Adlai S
v 111
Embassy Pictures release, co-star-
ring Peter Finch and a blonde Gifts, Group
at .Convention ere
newcomer, Mary Peach, will have II, division.
Tau Epsilon Rho aw- Frater-
its Detroit Premier Opening at Mack, who is
nity will present its annual award
the Krim Theater Thursday. This executive vice
in honor of the late Justice Ben-
Rank Organization Production president of
jamin F. Cardozo to Adlai Stev-
was adapted from Wilfred Fien- t h e Michigan
enson at its convention to be
burgh's explosive novel about a WisconsinPipe
held Dec. 28-31 in Detroit.
man whose political ambitions Line Company
The presentation of the award,
wreck- his private life. For his and the Ameri-
portrayal of the title role Finch can Louisiana Pipe Line Com- a highlight of the convention,
received the Best Actor Award pany, will be responsible for will take place at a formal (black
-at the 1961 Berlin Film Festival. building an organization of vol- tie) dinner-dance. Dec. 30 at the
unteers to solicit funds from Statler-Hilton Hotel.
* * *
The award has been given in
The TORONTO SYMPHONY some 1,000 small and medium almost each year since the death
firms in the Tri-County
ORCHESTRA, conducted by Wal- business
of Justice Cardozo and is award-
ter Susskind, will perform at area.
* *
ed to one who has made an im-
Masonic Auditorium Wednesday,
portant contribution to the Ameri-
Jan. 3, 8:20 p.m. Recognized as
Can and democratic way of life.
one of the 10 leading orchestras MAN was re-elected president
of the North American Conti- of the Archives of American
Orthodox Wome
nent, it has had a long and color- Art.
* * *
ful , history. Susskind was ap-
MAX M.,FISHMAN was Planning Insti
pointed conductor in 1956 for elected a trustee of the Detroit
The Progr
three years and his term was ex- Museum of Art Founders So- tute
of the
tended, this being his sixth sea- ciety.
Orthodox egatt ns
wil be he 1 0 p.m. Ones-
Camera Club Meets Dec. 20 day at the: g Israel Center
Chorale Auditions
The Center Camera Club of of Oak Wo
The Grant Williams Chorale the Jewish Center will hold a
he afternoon
will hold open auditions for all print competition Wednesday, will be Mesdames Morris Brand-
voices 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m. in Room 136 of the wine and Samuel Aaron, an-
Tuesday at 948 Buhl Bldg. For Center. The subject of the com- nounced Mrs. David J. Cohen,
information, call KE 7-365.
petition is Genre (people doing chairman. A desert luncheon
things) and Jewish religious will be served. Friends are in-
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as an intern and resident at De-
troit Receiving Hospital.
He is a member of the boards
of the Detroit Jewish Welfare
Federation, the . Detroit Service
Group, Kn011wood Country Club
and the Covenant Club. He is
also a first vice president of
Temple Beth Jacob in Pontiac.
Arnkoff was president of the
Pontiac Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion before its merger with the
Detroit Federation.

AMVETS Memorial
to Pearl Harbor Heroes
Headed by Levinson


Beryl Kramer Wed
to Gerald Perlman

Discuss Importance
of A. J. Campaign


A discussion on "The Impor-
tance of Our Allied Jewish Cam-
paign of 1962" will be held by
the Turover Verein 10 p.m. Mon
day at the Northwest Young Is-
rael Synagogue.
Speakers will include Isadore
H. Kolodney, chairman of organi-
zations for the Campaign; Morris
Direnfeld, president of the De-
troit Bnai Brith Council; and
Harry Kaminer, chairman of
Landsmanshaften for the Jewish
National Fund,. Presiding will be
Isidore Sosnick, honorary presi-
dent of the Landsmanshaften
Council, sponsors of the pro-

Borman Food Stores
Declare Dividend


Beryl Kramer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold A. Kramer was
married to Gerald Fredrick Perl-
man, sons of Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Perlman of Windsor, Ont., Nov.
23 at Cong. Shaarey - Zedek. .
Rabbi Morris Adler officiated!
The bride wore a gown of
white peau de soie with a fr
panel of lace, bouffant skirt
fell into a chapel train,
bow-length sleeve
crown of pearls
fingertip-length veil.
Phyllis Kramer sery her sis-
ter-in-law as matron of honor.
Natalie Korby was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Sheila Cohen
and Marilyn Stern.
Herbert Rocklin was best man.
Ushers were Joel Kramer, broth-
er of the bride, and Ha
The newlywe

Radomer Boar Melts

Radomer Aid an Ladies So-
ciety will hold -an executive board
meeting, with Mr. and Mrs. M.
Rosenberg hosting the session,
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
men's Circle, 18340 W. Seven

The directors of Borman Food
Stores, Inc., declared a cash divi-
dend of 121/2 cents per share, to
be paid on Jan. 10 to stockhold-
e - of record of the company at
e close of business on Dec. 20.



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