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September 28, 1962 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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Shaarey Zedek's Completion Drive Rep. Griffiths Speaks Bernsteins and Mrs. Kennedy at
Oct. 2 to University
Officials Named by Berry, Green North Hadassah Group Historic Lincoln Center Opening

Maurice Aronsson, Max M.
Fisher, Judge William Fried-
man and Abraham Srere, honor-
ary chairmen, head the Shaarey
Zedek completion campaign of-
ficials, it was announced by the
campaign co - chairmen, Louis
Berry and Irwin Green.
The drive is scheduled to be-
gin in mid-October. Headquar-

Louis Berry

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Irving Green

ters for the campaign will be
at the new synagogue, 27375
Bell Road, Southfield.
Others who have accepted
Campaign leadership positions
include:
Honorary co-charimen, Tom
Borman, Mrs. Dora Ehrlich,
Samuel Frank, Louis Hambur-
ger, Samuel Hamburger, Joseph
Holtzman, Judge Theodore Lev-
in, John E. Lurie, Dr. Leonard
Sidlow and Maurice H. Zack-
heim; treasurer, Abraham Bor-
man; associate chairmen, Man-
dell L. Berman and Hyman
Safran; publicity chairman,
Louis H. Luckoff.
Special gifts chairmen are:
Nathan Fishman, Joseph Gen-
delman, Morris Karbal and
David M. Miro; special gifts vice
chairmen, Reubin Dubrinsky,
Walter L. Field, Edward Fleisch-
man, Hyman A. Keidan, Samuel
C. Kovan, Dr. Samuel Krohn,
Charles Milan, Abraham Satov-
sky and Maurice S. Schiller;
advance gifts chairmen, Robert
Brody, Harry Cohen, Jack C.
Gordon; general solicitation
chairmen, Leonard E. Baron,
I. Murray Jacobs and Harvey
L. Weisberg.
Women's Division chairmen
are: 1VIrs. Abraham Katzman,
Mrs. Ben Mossman, Mrs. Hyman
Safran and Mrs. Maurice S.
Schiller.

The campaign cabinet will be
made up of Robert Adell,
Charles N. Agree, Henry S.
Alper, Dr. Albert J. Altman,
Harry B. Aronow, Dr. Harry
Balberor, Mrs. Theodore Barg-
man, Gerald Barsky, Dr. Davis
A. Benson, Julius Berman, Ger-
son B. Bernstein, Joseph G.
Berry, Morris Blumberg, Leon-
ard Bonin, Milton S. Bosley,
Henry Carnick, Avern Cohn,
William M. Davidson, Joseph
H. Deutch, Philip Dubrinsky,
William Fisher; Arthur Fleisch-
man, _Arnold E.. Frank, .Joseph
Frenkel, David Goldberg, M. I.
Goldberg, Charles Grosberg,
Joseph H. Jackier, Ira Kauf-
man, B\en Mien, Jay M. Kogan,
Harold B. Kukes, Charles Lap-
ides, Dr. Max L. Lichter, Nathan
Linden, Milton Maddin, Milton
K. Mahler, Irvin Meckler, Max
Osnos, George Orley, George C.
Parzen, Morris Pollack, Joseph
Radner, William R: Roth, Harry
Rott, Charles Rubiner, Samuel
Rubiner, David Safran, George
D. Seyburn, Max M. Shaye, Gil-
bert B. Silverman, Nathan Sil-
verman, Barney Smith, Samuel
B. Solomon, Harold Victor, Ber-
nard Weisberg, Isadore Winkel-
man, Lew Wisper.

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HRONOLOGICALLY, the "Science
of Time" reveals the fact that an-
other year has slipped into history
—and another fact stands out, that
we, all of us, are one year older.

Gradually, almost imperceptibly, mankind has
moved into the Atomic Age — which means a
world of wonders. As children, we observed the
first automobile chugging past; as teen-agers, a
call to the window by the entire high school class
to see the first aeroplane overhead; KDKA
sputtered over the airways and faded out at the
crucial moment; silent movies, and then, marvel
of marvels, the "talkies." During these years
Israel was born.

And now . . . 5723 heralds the 15th anniver-
sary of the birth of this nation. All the complex,
strident demands of youth pulse through Israel
as the Holy Land reflects the spirit of "Hope."
What does the incoming year portend? No one
can answer with confidence that he is exactly
correct. But, each one can determine within him-
self to forget the mistakes of the past, and
humbly, before God, face the future with con-
fidence, with a sincere determination to do better.

MISS MARSHA KANTER

The Katmi National Monu-
ment in Alaska is twice the size
of the state of Delaware.

Deadline for Oct. 12 Issue
to Be at Noon Friday, Oct. 5

x•••

Kanter- Gordon
Engagement Told

Dr. and Mrs. Herman Kanter
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Marsha, to
Henry F. Gordon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Gordon.
Miss Kanter attended the Uni-
versity of Michigan and was
affiliated with Sigma Tau So-
rority. Her fiance graduated
from Babson Institute in Wel-
lesley, Mass. where he was af-
filiated with Alpha Kappa Psi.
A January 20 wedding is
planned.

Congresswoman Martha Grif-
fiths will give an "On the Scene
Report of the 87th Congress," at
the meeting of University North
Group of Ha-
dassah, at
12:30 p.m. next
Tuesday, at
Hadassah,
House, 16240
W. 7-Mile.
A "petite
luncheon" will
be served,
Mesdames Ber-
n a r d Cooper,
L. Hartman
and H. Becher
being the so-
cial hostesses
for the group.
Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy (right) chats with New York
Rep. Griffiths
Mrs. Barney Philharmonic conductor Leonard Bernstein and his wife during
Golden is program chairman. intermission at 'the historic opening of the Lincoln Center for
Mrs. Julius Schwartz will pre- the Performing Arts in New York City.
sent "Israel News Today." New
members will be welcomed by
Mrs. Bernard Nathan, member-
ship chairman.
An invitation to attend and to
hear Congresswoman Griffiths'
Yom Kippur's occurrence on Monday, Oct. 8, ne-
address is extended to guests and
members of other H a d a s s a h cessitates the setting of an earlier deadline for that
groups by the University North week's issue.
president, Mrs. Philip Slomovitz.
All copy for the issue of Oct. 12 must be in our
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