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October 12, 1962 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 12, 1962

a Civic Leaders Join


Bnai Brith Memorial
Tribute to Louis Stone_

Rabbi Mandel M. Zager-Louis
Stone Lodge, Bnai Brith, will
present a memorial program to
honor the memory of the late
Louis Stone 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Beth Aaron Synagogue, 18000
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh
and Mayor R. J. Alexander of
Oak Park have proclaimed the
week of Oct. 15-20 as "Louis
Stone Memorial Week."
In addition to Governor
Swainson and Mayors Cavanagh
and Alexander, many promi-
nent people will participate in
the program. Displayed in the
auditorium will be the many
plaques, testimonials, photo-
graphs and trophies that were
presented to Louis Stone during
his lifetime.
Louis Stone died in 1953 at
the age of 59.
Mr. Stone came to Detroit in
1925 and three years later
opened his first drugstore at
Mt. Elliott and Warren.
Shortly after entering busi-
ness, a child celebrating Hallo-
ween was run down by an auto
near his store. He decided to
see that, so far as possible, the
tragedy would not be repeated.
The result was his first Hallo-
ween party in front of his store,
with police co-operating by rop-
-in.g off the street to traffic. How
his parties grew larger_ and
more frequent after he moved
his store to Third and Stimson,
is a national story, one that
stamps him indelibly in the
memory of a neighborhood and
His fight against juvenile de-
linquency brought him many
honors. The Michigan Legisla-
ture honored him as "the man
who has done most in Michigan
to combat juvenile delin-
He was given his first Citi-
zens Award by the Junior
Chamber of Commerce and was
also honored by the Dale Car-
negie Club International.
"It is to this intangible, this
spirit, that we dedicate this
memorial program," stated Al-
bert Wolgin, president of Zager-
Stone Lodge.
After the memorial program,
the many mementos will .be on
permanent display at the drug
store which still bears his name,
at the corner of Third and
Stimson Streets in Detroit.
Refreshments will be served
and the public is invited to at-

`Knight of Charity'
Committee Listed

More than 50 business and
civic leaders in the metropoli-
tan area have accepted member-
ship on .the committee planning
the annual "Knight of Charity"
award dinner to be held at
_Cob° Hall on Dec. 1.
J. M. Roche, chairman of the
board of trustees of Maryglade
College at Memphis, Mich.,
which the dinner will benefit,
has named Kenneth D. Cassidy,
vice president of the Ford
Motor Company, as 1962 dinner
Among those who will serve
on his committee are Al Bor-
man and Benson Ford, 1961
award recipients; Paul Zucker-
man, Nate Shapiro, Edward C.
Levy, Sol Y. Eisenberg, Dave
Goldberg, and others.
The three prominent Mich-
igan citizens who have been
cited for this year's awards,
are John E. Lurie of Southfield,
Anthony De Lorenzo of Bloom-
field Hills and Alvin M. Bent-
ley, former 8th District con-
gressman from Owosso and
Republican candidates for Con-
gressman-at-large. Lurie is of
the Jewish faith, De Lorenzo,
Catholic, and Bentley, a Pro-

Interfaith Luncheons Will Promote
Better Christian-Jew Relationships

The Christian Business Men's
Committee of Detroit is initiat-
ing a monthly interfaith lunch-
eon to be held the third Thurs-
day of every month.
The special area of interest
in which this interfaith lunch-
eon will. concentrate will be
that of a better understanding
and relationship • between Chris-
tians and Jews. These lunch-
eons will be held at Boesky's
Restaurant, 20231 James Couz-
ens, from noon to 1 p.m.
The first of these luncheons
will be held Oct. 18, at which
time Dr. Roy L. Aldrich, presi-
dent of Detroit Bible College,
who recently returned from a
tour • of Israel, will report on
up-to-date observations of prog-
ress of the growth of this young
The inspirational address will
be made by Dr. Bartlett L.
Hess, pastor of the Ward Memo-
rial Presbyterian Church of De-
troit. His subject will be "A
World in Travail and Triumph."
Future plans include holding
interfaith luncheons on Nov.
15, at which time another brief
news report from Israel will be
given and the inspirational ad-
dress will be made by Dr. David
Allen, instructor at Detroit
Bible College and pastor of
Calvary Baptist Church of Hazel
Park, and on Dec. 20, when
there will be an exchange of
information involving the cur-
rent holidays of interest to both
Jews and Christians.
The Jewish Hanukah of eight
days begins on Dec. 21 and
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum from
the Temple Emmanu-El will
tell the men the meaning of
Hanukah. The meaning of

nai A-itA

A ctivities

hold a games party, preceded
by a brief business session,
Oct. 17 at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Reifman, 15320 Rose-
mary, Oak Park, announced
President Mrs. Joseph Radkin.
* *
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Temple Beth Y e h u d a h.
Adeva Rosenberg, president of
the Greater Detroit Bnai Brith
Girls Council who has recently
returned from a seven-week
seminar trip to Israel, will show
films of the Bnai Brith projects
in Israel. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome.

Christmas will be presented by
Rev. F. W. Harberer, instructor
at Detroit Bible College and
pastor of Park Bible Church,
Lincoln Park.
Handling the arrangements
for these interfaith luncheons
are the following members of
the Christian Business Men's
Committee of Detroit: Wendell
Holmes, Simon Johnson a n d
Sanford Carlson, executive sec-
retary; John H. Hacker, Jack
Klann and Emil Sandberg,
chairman of CBMC of Detroit.
All Christians and Jews are
invited. Each Christian is urged
to act as host to a Jewish ac-
quaintance, bringing him as a
guest. Reservations must be
made through the CBMC office,
14625 Greenfield, 837-7400.

Engagement Told


On die Air


This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "To Dwell in
Booths," a special broadcast in
celebration of Sukkot, will be
presented by the Culture Com-
mission of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council.
Time: 11:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "How Safe is Your
Shelter? " will be discussed by
Rabbi Alvin I. Fine of Cong.
Emanuel of San Francisco.

JNF, Co-Sponsors Arrange Israel
Book Exhibit; Dr. Halkin to Speak

An educators conference and
Israel books exhibit is planned
here for Sunday, Nov. 11, at
the Jewish Center..
The books exhibit, a display
of hundreds of titles of Hebrew,
Yiddish and English books from
all publishers in Israel, will
be the first of its kind any-
where in the country, outside
of New York City. It is being
sponsored by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the Jewish
Book Fair, and will take place
from Nov. 11 to Nov. 18. Spe-
cial 'p rograms are being
planned in connection with the
Israel exhibit, the main ones
being the opening ceremonies
conducted by the Israel Consul,
Dan Levy, who will represent
Ambassador Avran Harmon,
who will make every effort
himself to be present.
Dr. Abraham Halkin, noted


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wein-
berger of Robson Ave. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Georgann, to William
Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Wolf of Oakwood Dr., Oak Park.
A Sept. 15, 1953, wedding is

Hebrew writer and lecturer,
will be the guest speaker at
a special Israel night pro-
gram on Monday . evening,
Nov. 12.
Dr. Samuel Krohn, chairman
of the conference and Israel
books exhibit, announces that
the conference, sponsored by
the Jewish National Fund youth
And His Orchestra
and education department, will
be attended by teachers, prin-
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cipals, and members of school
committees of every Jewish
school system in the state, to
discuss the problem of "How
to - Make the Study of Modern
Israel More Effective in Our
Schools and Home." It will
open with a luncheon at 1 p.m.
and will conclude with a spe-
cially arranged tour of the
Israeli books exhibit.
Among the co-sponsors are
the Kvutza Ivrith, Zionist Coun-
cil of Detroit, Michigan Region
the Zionist Organization,
Center Cinema Forum of
Women's Auxiliary of JNF, and
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
to Show English
For Newest Hair Fashion
Experimental Films
Dr. Israel Wiener is chairman "The Fair Lady" for Now
The Center Cinema Forum of of the JNF youth and education Thru Fall.
the Jewish Center, 18100 committee.
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The program is open to the

hold a sports night 9 p.m. Mon:
day at the Hayim Greenberg
Center. Sports highlights of 1962
will be shown in film presenta-
tions. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
* * *
Boilermakers Purchase
ISRAEL CHAPTER of Bnai $20,000 in Israel Bonds;
Brith Young Men will hold an Truman Hails Action
open • stag for prospective mem- The International Brotherhood
bers (18-26) 8:30 p.m. Sunday of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Build-
at the B.B.Y.O. Office, 15722 W. ers, Blacksmiths, Forgers and
Mile. Refreshments and enter- Helpers purchased $20,000 in
tainment, including films, will State of Israel Bonds to "help
be featured. The organization en- the people of Israel help them-
gages in educational, social, civic selves," and received the con-
and philanthropic activities. gratulations of former President
Those interested in joining the Harry S. Truman, an honorary
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economic development.
Next Monday night, Pisgah
The check for the purchase
Lodge No. 34 of Bnai Brith will was presented to leaders of the
hold its monthly open meeting Kansas City Committee for Israel
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Bonds in the presence of Tru-
Leonard Edelman, president man by Russell K. Berg, presi-
of the lodge, invites all mem- dent, and Homer E. Patton, sec-
bers of the lodge, their family retary-treasurer of the Boiler-
and friends to this meeting.
makers Union, whose internation-
-Hyman Arthur Lewis will al headquarters are located in
lecture on the 'Hypnotic Phe- Kansas City.
nomena of the Mind" to be fol-
lowed by an entertaining dem-
England honors poet Henry
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Wadsworth Longfellow by plac-
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