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October 19, 1962 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 19, 1962

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Told

MISS ARDIS SIEGEL

At a recent dinner-party, Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Siegel of Steel
Ave. announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Ardis,
to Gary Shingles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Kohl of Avon
Lane, Southfield.

73na i

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Activities

PISGAH CHAPTER invites
friends to attend its "Fashion
News and Views Show" 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers, according
to Mrs. Harry Thav, president.
* *
ISRAEL CHAPTER will meet
Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle, according to President
Mrs. Irving Herman and pro-
gram chairmen Mesdames Max
Stryer and Philip Rubinoff. Rabbi
Israel Goodman of Pontiac will
speak on "Sex and the Bible."
Everyone is invited and refresh-
ments will be served.
* *
OAK-WOODS CHAPTER will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Oak Park Community Center.
Mrs. Ira Albion, president, an-
nounces that a program of wig
fashions will be presented. Re-
freshments will be served and
guests are welcome.

Levinson to Discuss
Home Financing on
NBC's Monitor Radio

Detroit's Ben Levinson will

be interviewed in a 15-minute

conversation Sunday for t h e
Fiberglas Home Show on NBC's
Monitor Radio (WWJ).
Levinson is president of the
Franklin Mortgage Corporation.
The interview will be based on
"the nuts and bolts basics of
home financing, for the major-
ity of people who have to bor-
row when they buy a home."

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The Detroit Council of Pio-
neer Women has announced two
"firsts" for the last week in
October.
The first Oneg Shabbat of the
season will be held 1 p.m. Oct.
27 at the Hayim Greenberg Cen-
ter. Adele Mondry, past vice-
president of education, will dis-
cuss her recent trip to Israel.
Emanuel Mark, director of the
Hayim Greenberg Center, will
give a reading. on Jewish life.
Refreshmentswill be served.
The public is invited.
i
The Council will hold its first
American Affairs meeting 8:30
p.m. Oct. 30 at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. Gov . John B.
Swainson will speak on "The
State of Michigan Today" and
George Edwards, Detroit Police
Commissioner, will discuss
"Changing Detroit." A social
hour will follow. The public is
invited.

Dr. Norman Kurland
Named to Post in
N. Y. Education Dept.

Dr. Norman D. Kurland of
Detroit has been named as con-
sultant for the New York State
Education Department in the
area of equivalency-proficiency
examinations.
The appointment was an-
nounced by Dr. James E. Allen,
Jr., New York State Commis-
sioner of Education.
In his new assignment, Kur-
land will have responsibility
for the development of a system
of equivalency-proficiency exam-
inations for the large number
of college students doing col-
lege level work by independent
study and in television courses.
Kurland received his Ph.B.
degree from the University of
Chicago and his M.A. and Ph.D.
degrees from the University of
Michigan, where he taught his-
tory. His most recent position
before accepting the appoint-
ment in New York was that of
associate director of the Inter-
University Committee on the
Superior Student at the Univer-
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this week that a spontaneous
response from those invited to
serve on the
committee of
arran g e ments
has been a
most hearten-
ing experi-
ence.
Judge Wise
said that those
accepting com-
mittee m e m -
berships com-
mended the
Detroit com-
mittee for its
decision to
honor Irwin
I. Cohn at the
Judge Wise
annual dinner,
to be held at Cobo Hall, Dec. 5.
"By selecting Irwin Cohn to
receive the Bar-Ilan University
Fellowship at our annual din-
ner, the Detroit Friends of the
Israel university are pursuing a

Branch 2, LZOA, Will
Open New Season

Branch Two of the Labor
Zionist Organization will meet
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Adele Mondry, 22902
S. Bellwood, Southfield.
Mrs. Mondry will report on
the Poale Zion convention held
recently in New York and on
her trip to Israel. A. Kutnick
will outline the program for the
coming year.

Dinner at DARBY'S

Wise said. "Thus we honor men
who have devoted themselves to-
wards the betterment of human
relations and the support of Is-
rael on the educational as well
as the economic fronts. Mr.

ments. But he also is deeply
interested in its educational ac-
tivities, and the honor to be
accorded him by Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity is a recognition of this
interest."

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Oct. 11 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Goldberg (Joanne
Sparr), 16172 Sorrento, a daugh-
te•, Helene . Susan.
* * • *
Oct. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Eliot
H. Bank (Nancy Katz) of
Southfield, a son, Michael Jay.
* *
*
Oct. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Cohen (Joan Shwitzer, formerly
of Detroit), 416 Studio Circle,
San Mateo, Calif., a son, Craig
Randall.
* *
*
Oct. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Val
Resnick (Mignon Jaffe), 24380
Gardner, Oak Park, a son, How-
ard Brian.
* *
*
Oct. 1—To Dr. and. Mrs. Bur-
ton Stillman (Judith Bizer), of
16561 Greenfield, a son, Jeffrey
Ira.
• * *
Sept. 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert B. Lipson (Eve Wein-
haus), 13252 N. Norfolk, a
daughter, Michele Lynn.

*

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Pioneer Women Judge Wise Reports Community Interest in Bar-ilan
Judge John M. Wise, as gen- policy established last year, Cohn is known for his deep de-
to Host Edwards, eral
chairman of the annual when Gen. S.L.A. Marshall re- votion to Israel and its philan-
dinner of Detroit Friends of ceived the Fellowship," Judge thropic and investment move-
Gov. Swainson
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