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September 07, 1962 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-07

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Aviva Thatch Weds
1 Robert Sandler

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MRS. ROBERT SANDLER
In the presence of their im-
mediate families, Aviva Thatch,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benesch Thatch of Stoepel Ave.,
and Robert Joel • Sandler, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sandler
of Vassar Dr., were wed in a
double-ring ceremony at Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
The bride wore a street-
length gown of Alencon lace
with matching hip - length
jacket. Her shoulder-length silk
illusion veil was held by a
single peau de sole rose. She
carried her confirmation Bible
adorned with stephanotis and
ivy.
'Rhoda Thatch served her
sister as maid of honor. Marshal
B. Sandler was his brother's
best man.
After a trip through the New
England state's, the bride will
attend. Boston University. The
btidegroom is enrolled in the
Harvard University School of
Law. •

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Detroiter Sees Need
for Retirement Village
TO THE EDITOR: A little
while back you had an article
emphasizing the need of a re-
tirement village in Detroit's
Jewish community. Nothing was
said or done about it until one
was proposed in Oak Park. A
group of selfish people have
seen fit to fight it. Evidently
they don't have parents who
need such a village. These vil-
lages have been a huge success
in other areas and the need for
it here is very great. The Oak
Park-Southfield area is the only
one with the needed land.
NATIVE DETROITER
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COMMENTARY CRITICIZED

Editor, The Jewish News:
Usually your "Purely Com-
mentary' column is intelligently
written and stimulating to
thought. This week I think that
Mr. Slomovitz pulled a boner.
Our State Department told
Mike Feldman, a Kennedy aide,
that his views on Israel were
his own and not necessarily
those of the US government. To
this fact, Mr. Slomovitz writes
that "it must have been a Re-
publican in the State Depart-
ment who did that to Mike,"
and gives the reason that "no
Democrat would have been so
unwise as to choose so critical
a time as the present" (with
state elections coming) to re-
buke Feldman's or Kennedy's
feelings toward Israel.
Mr. Slomovitz neglects to
realize that most important
positions in our government are
held byDemocrats. He ignores
the obvious fact that both Dem-
ocrats and Republicans are run-
ning for election in November
and_ that neither party would
Criterion Club: ,
want to antagonize: any group,
Much less Republicans who are
Will Make Debut
an the _defensive. Also, does Mr.
"Definitely not a 'glamour'• SlOmovitz not realize that the
society," says Lucille 'Grey;- in - ,State :Department policy-makers
describing' the Criterion Club . of are probably a large group and
which she is executive secre- not one individual from one po-
tary. , litical party, and that party a
The Club is Detroit's newest minority? Finally, has he con-
social organization for single sidered the possibility- that this
adults. The Club's get-acquaint- anti-Israel statement may have
ed party and open-house-swarm- been made by a Jew who is •an:
ing will-be held Saturday Meat anti-Zionist?
in the ballroom of the Jewish
•Sincerely yours,
Music Centel', 14868- Schaefer:
IVAN C. SCHATTEN, M • .D.
The public is invited. -
Sara Lee Morris, "master
without ceremonies," heads the City of Hope Mr.-Mrs.
entertainment, with daneing to Group Will Meet
Monthly meetings of the De-
the music of the "Little-City
Harmonilads." Refreshments, fa- troit Mr. and Mrs. Group of the
VOri, and awards are included. l i City of Hope,. buarte, Calif.; are
Organized as a non-profit as- being resumed at the home of
sociation devoted to cultural, the• H. A. Lewis's, 24271 Black-
social, civic, and philanthropic stone, Oak Park, 8:30 p.m. Sat-
pursuits, the Criterion Club this urday.
Week approved plans for a "Preparation and disposition of
year-round schedule of balanced the annual Leukeinia letter proj-
yet varied group programs.
ect along with other fund-raising
Inquiries concerning member- functions will be dealt with at
ship may be directed to 788- this time. A social evening will
1815.

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Katzman-Goudsmit Yiddish-Speaking Bnai Brith Lodge
Engagement Told
Planned Here on Public Request

Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council announces the
formation of a Yiddish Speak-
ing Lodge, according to Mau-
rice Zeiger, president of the
Council.
A meeting of a committee to
consider plans for the establish-
ments of the new lodge will be
held Sunday, Sept. 16, 10 a.m.,
at Jericho Temple, 18495 Wyom-
ing. Members of the committee
are: Max Finkel, Alex Gottlieb,
Julius Honeyman, Harry Kami-
ner, Philip Kaplan, Philip Le-
vine, J. Lipowicz, Jack Ormond,
Abe Paul, Jacob Resnick, Sol
Selman, Sam Selikowitz, Wil-
liam Solomon, Sam Weisman.
Others interested are invited.
"The decision to proceed with
the organization of such a lodge
was made after more than a
year of study and exploring all
the factors involved in such an
action," Zeiger explained. "It
was the result of inquiries from

MISS MARLENE KATZMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzman
of 'Windsor, Ont., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marlene Faye, to Barry Paul
Goudsmit, son of Mrs. Irving
Goudsmit of Schaefer Ave. and
the late Mr. Goudsmit. A Janu-
ary wedding is planned.

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many who wanted to be mem-
bers of Bnai Brith, but were
unable to adjust to the present
set-up, or to express themselves
adequately in the prevailing
language at lodge metings."




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Time: 9:15 am. Sunday.
Station : WJK . B (radio and tele-
vision simultaneously).
Feature: 'Tram FoXhole to Pul-
pit," a special pi.oarn marking
the centenary of Jewish 'chap-
laincy in the United States Army,
will inchide participating Rabbis
Morris` Adler, Herbert Eskin,
Benjamin Garrelick, Harold
Hahn and Mordecai Halpern.

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Time: 11:30 p.m. 'Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feafure: "Sacred Service," the
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Brenner-Truman LZOA
to Install Officers '
The Brenner-Truman Branch
of the Farband Labor Zionist
Organization will install officers
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Devon
Gables.
They are Beral Hearshen, co-
chairman; Edward Wishnetsky,
co-chairman; Jacob Glaser,
Richard B. Kramer and Manuel
Salinger, vice-chairmen; _Ethel
Wasser, Kate Gorback and Ida
Bailey, secretaries; and Edwin
Moses, treasurer.
The guest speaker and install-
ing officer will be Jacob Kati-
man, national associate secre-
tary of the Farband Labor Zion-
ist Organization.

Sam Fishman to Speak
to Branch 7, LZ0A-
Branch 7 LZOA, will meet
Sunday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faigin,
19145 COyle.
Guest speaker will be Sam
Fishman, president of Ford
Local 36, UAW, who has just
returned from Europe—one of
35 members of the Pioneer 1962
UAW Local Union Presidents
Tour. Fishman will give a re-
port on "American Labor looks
at the European Common Mar-
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cial hour will follow. For infor-
mation, call VE 6-6318.

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