Conyocation in Israel
Concludes Yeshiva U.
A convocation to mark the
conclusion of Yeshiva Univer-
sity's year-long 75th anniversary
celebration was held in Jeru-
salem Thursday, Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president, announced.
The two-part program in
Higher Education consisted of a
symposium on "Opportunities for
Cooperation Between the U.S.
and Israel," and a public assem-
bly highlighted by the presenta-
tion of a scroll to Israel's Presi-
dent Yitzchak Ben-Zvi at Heichal
Taking part in the symposium
were the heads of Israel schools
of higher learning including He-
brew University, Weizmann In-
stitute, Technion, Bar-Ran and
Tel Aviv Universities. Prof.
Samuel K. Mirsky spoke on be-
half of Yeshiva.
Samson's eyes were put out
because he succumbed to the
temptation seen by t h e m. —
Sotah I, 8.
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Bnai Brith District
Lodge in Australia
SYDNEY, Australia, (JTA)___
Bnai Brith president Label Katz
officially inaugurated here the
Bnai Brith District Grand Lodge
Number 21 for Australia and
New Zealand. •
The new District Grand Lodge
consists of more than 1,100
Members in Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Well-
ington and Auckland in addi-
tion to women's chapters and
Addressing an official ban-
.g let marking: the event, Sir--Eric
Woodwafcl, Governor of. New
South Wales, praised the hu-
manitarian : work of. Bnai Brith.
In his:address at the banquet,
Katz stressed . the challenge to
Jews in free Western countries
such as Australia, England and
America to mobilize world opin-
ion againSt the Soviet Union's
suppression -of . the cultural life
of the SeWS - in that country. He
also pledged Biiai Brith support
for Jewish education as - a means
Other speak els, included
Moshe Yuval, Israel's AinbaSsa-
dor to Australia; S. D. Einfeld,
a member of the Australian
parliament and president of the
Executive Council of AuStralian-
Jewry; and Judge David Cole-
man of Los Angeles, Bnai Brith
vice-president.. Prime Minister
Menzies sent a good-will mes-
sage to new District Grand
Lodge President Hilary Pryer.
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LAND OF HAPPY FEET
Open Thurs. and Fri.
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WEST 7- MILE RD.
21/2 Blocks E. of Greenfield
Frankfurt Municipal Council
made a donation of 20,000
marks ($5,000) toward the cost
of erection of a new building
for the Leo Baeck School in
Haifa. Dr. Baeck, a leader of
Liberal Judaism in Germany,
was interned during the last two
years of World War II in Nazi
concentration camps. He died
later in London.
The "July 20, 1944' organiza-
tion, which was organized to
care for the children of the
Germans executed by the Ges-
tapo for their role in the un-
successful plot on that date
against Hitler, indicated it
planned to send 30 orphans on
a tour to Israel next spring.
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MRS. ROBERT EISENBERG
Phyllis Margolis was wed to
Robert. Allen Eisenberg in a
ceremony performed Aug. 12 by
Rabbi Harold Hahn at the Fur-
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Margolis, 17575
Muirland, and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Eisenberg, 19350 Griggs.
The bride wore an organza
gown with a lace bodice and
matching crown veil.
Rosalie Eisenberg, sister-in-
law of the bridegroom, was Ma-
tron of honor. Melvin Eisenberg
served his brother as best man.
Mickey Eisenberg served his
brother as usher.
The couple departed for a Mi-
ami Beach honeymoon. They will
reside at 24421 Rensselaer.
to New School in Haifa WA Washington Drive
FRANKFURT, (JTA) — The Tops in Increases
Ulpanim, the intensive spe-
cial Hebrew courses designed
Arnold G. _Klett is celebrating for. Israeli immigrants, have
his 41st anniversary in the auto- enabled nearly 500,000 newcom-
Harold Friedman, 13329 Winchester, Huntington Woods, mobile business — his tenure ers to learn Hebrew and facil-
was presented a prayer shawl by Rabbi Shmuel Nathan, repre- ranking h i m
itate their integration into the
senting the Israel Government Tourist Corporation, in Jeru- as a pioneer
social, economic and cultural
life of the country.
salem's Yeshrun Synagogue. He was one of 100 boys and girls
who recently spent six weeks in Israel in celebration of their
He is presi-
Bar Mitzvah year.
An 85th birthday party was given in honor of Rose Grossman dent of Klett
by her children, Minnie and Nathan Fishman, recently at Knoll- Cadillac Co.
wood Country Club. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. 20455 Grand
Finest International Music
Budd Lauerence and his mother, Mrs. Leonard Lauerence of River, which
for All Occasions.
Miami Beach, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Graham of Los Angeles, he founded in
Calif.: and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frankel of Shaker Heights, Cleve-
tion, Klett is
land. Toastmaster was Harry Grossman, son of Rose Grossman.
Ten Detroit area teenagers are among the 400 from 75 com-
munities in 13 states and Canada attending the eighth annual the Redford Auto Leasing Co.
Yeshiva University Youth Bureau Torah Leadership Seminar at This firm, located west of the
Camp Monroe, Monroe, N.Y. They are Shannon Adler, Edward Cadillac showroom, is directed
Bernstein, Warren Brandwine, Sanford Carson, Ed Feigelman, by Roy Wood. Richard French
Steve Fellows, Carol Fishman, Sidney Kraizman, Sanford Rosen- directs the Klett Cadillac Co.—
the largest Cadillac agency in
berg and Mike Traison.
The Bodzin Family Club will hold its annual splash party the state.
Klett has been active in youth
1 p.m. Sunday at the pool and home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
activities, Optimists Club, the
Bodzin, 19308 Birwood.
Pfc. Richard Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg Redford Community War Memo-
of Parklawn Ave., Oak Park, formerly stationed at Fort Riley, rial and Northwest Council.
Kansas, hag been shipped to Germany for three years duty.
Roni Yaffe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave H. Yaffe of
Make your Simcha Bright!
Northlawn Ave., has returned from an eight-week visit in Israel.
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Barbara Ginsburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gins-
and Prompt Service
From LONDON, ENGLAND
burg, 15300 Oakwood, Oak Park, and Marcia Wiss, daughter of
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Mrs. Sarah Wiss, 19455 Prest, returned today from a summer
trip through the western states and a two-month stay in Holly-
& HIS ORCHESTRA
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Joshua S. Geller returned Aug. 24 from a trip to the Soviet
We Come to Your Home
"The right mood for the
Union. He was one of 41 teachers from the United States to
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receive a National Defense Education Act scholarship for a study
tour of Russia. He is teaching Hebrew at the United Hebrew
Schools and Russian at Northwestern High School.
Mrs. Isadore Wasserman of New Orleans, La., is the guest of
her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman. She
is in Detroit to attend the wedding of her niece, Linda. -
tributions to the Special Fund
of the 1962 United Jewish Ap-
peal drive in the national capi-
tal area are topping the entire
nation in terms of per cent in-
creases over the special fund
raised in 1961, it was reported
by Hyman Goldman, general cam-
paign chairman, and Joseph Ot-
tenstein, president of the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater Wash-
The regular fund, too, is run-
ning well ahead of last year and
has already exceeded $1,110,000.
The rate of increase for the reg-
ular fund is approximately 10
per cent higher than that por-
tion of the 1961 drive.
AT OUR LOW, LOW SHANFIELDS-MEYERS
We Carry Over 80
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Ail at 161.1-, I: Canadian prix.,
to our many friends—new
and old—who helped make
this our busiest summer
of inquiries have been made about the Fall season.
Yes, we will be open . . . and the golf course will
be in operation as long as weather permits.
All our units are comfortably heated. So plan now
to spend some time at Lewiston Lodge during the
magnificent Autumn months. Same superb food
and wonderfully comfortable accommodations at
Lewiston's remarkable rates:
ADULTS: $9, $11 or $12 daily-10% off if stay is
5 days or more. CHILDREN: $4 daily (age 8 or
under)—$8 daily (ages 9 to 14).
Including 3 meals plus midnight snack!
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