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December 28, 1962 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-28

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Center Parents Without
Partners to Hear Levett

Ohavei Zion, Oldest Zionist Group, Brilliant-Yashinsky
Engagement Told
Marks Its 65th Anniversary

Parents Without Partners of
the Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers,
will have an open meeting 8:30
p.m. Jan. 8.
Jack Levett, student counselor
at Coffey Junior High School,
will speak on "Is Your Child a
Person." Following the discus-
sion period, refreshments will be
served during the social hour.

The Ohavei Zion Camp of Bnai G. Levine, President of Bnai
Zion, the first and oldest con- Zion; Isaac Allen, former Presi-
tinuously active Zionist group in dent and one of the founders of
this country, marked the 65th the Chapter, and Supreme Court
anniversary of its founding with Justice Arthur Markewich. Solo-
a dinner Sunday at the Grand mon J. Weinstein, one of the
Street Boys Clubhouse, 106 W. early pioneers, will be toast-
master. Joseph Kleiman, veteran
55th St., New York.
The Ohavei Zion was estab- Zionist, is the Chairman of the
lished June 29, 1897, some two dinner committee.
months before the first World
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Zionist Congress in Basle con-
vened by Dr. Theodor Herzl,
ORCHESTRA
founder of modern Zionism. The
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OFFICE:
HOME:
establishment of • the group was
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inspired by Dr. Heril's historic
work "Judenstaat" published in
1896. The founders were a group
This Week's Radio and
when you plan your wedding or
of yoUng men who, as pioneers.
!,
Television Programs
bar mitzvah party rush out to
engaged in an uphill struggle for
buy thousands of dollars worth
MISS
MARCIA
BRILLIANT
the inculcation of the Zionist
of
equipment, add 17 years ex-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
MRS. HARVEY LASH
perience, then shoot, process,
idea in American Jewry, in the
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brilliant of
title and edit your film—or call
Nancy Sue Bonin became the face of strong anti-Zionist propa-
us at LI 2-7874.
Church St., Oak Park, announce
Station: WCAR.
bride of Harvey Alan Lash in a ganda by powerful opponents.
HOWARD H. TRIEST
Feature: "Equal Housing—Its the engagement of their daugh-
Many of its members moved Moral Dimensions," a program ter, Marcia Susan, to Jerry D.
candlelight ceremony performed
MOTION PICTURES
Dec. 23 by Rabbi Sherwin Wine to other communities where they in conjunction with the forth- Yashinsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. .a.4•1 ■ 1•1•••• ■•■
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. organized other Zionist groups coming Metropolitan Detroit Con- Ruben Yashinsky of Elm St.,
Parents of the newlyweds are and raised funds for pioneering ference on Open Occupancy, will Oak Park. The bride-elect is a
MID-WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. William Bonin of projects in Palestine.
present. panelists: Dr. J. Russell junior at Wayne State Univer-
TINT
SPECIAL
Parkside Rd. and Mr. and Mrs,
The roster of • its membership Bright, director, Office for Re- sity College of Education. The
Wed., Thurs. Only
Irving Lash of Littlefield Ave.
in the early years since its found- search Administration, Wayne prospective bridegroom attends
The bride wore a gown of ing included luminaries in world State University, and vice-presi- Eastern Michigan University. A
Complete $ 3 95
white silk peau de soie with Zionism, who have made their dent of the Detroit Council of December, 1963, wedding is
mandarin n e c k l i n e, short indelible impress in Zionist his- Churches; Rev. Nicholas Hood, planned.
sleeves, a front panel of peau de tory. Among the members who vice - president of the Detroit
HAIR DESIGN
lange lace with a dome skirt were active in the Ohavei Zion Council of Churches; Walter E.
Best?
Want
The
STUDIO
falling into. a chapel train. Her were Naftali Imber, author of Klein, executive director, JeW-
Look for the Green Canopy
Ask the Folks Who've Had
veil was made of matching lace "Hatikvah", which became the ish, Community Council of Met-
10615 W. 7 Mile at Pinehurst
and silk illusion, held in place official anthem of the State of ropolitan Detroit; and Fr. James
SAM BARNETT
Israel; Dr. Shmariyahu Levin, Sheehan, executive secretary of
UN 4-3004 — UN 4-1411
by a lace crown.
and His Orchestra
Carol Bonin served her sister Gedalya Bublik, Eliyahu Z. the Archbishop's Committee on
Tel. 229-9493
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as maid of honor. Junior brides- Lewin-Epstein, and other Zionist Human Relations of the Catholic
fiiiires
who
were
co-architects
of
maid was Sarita Lash. Brides-
Archdiocese of Detroit.
maids were Carol Hoffman, the Jewish State.
The Ohavei Zion also initiated
Donna Spoon, Janet Friedman
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
the founding of such other fam-
and Susan Winton.
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
ous
Zionist
groups
as
the
"Tif
e-
Steven Lash served his brother
Station: WJLB.
A GOOD TUNE UP
as best man. Richard Fields was reth Zion," "Mevasereth Zion"
Feature: Irving I. Katz, chair-
WOULD HAVE STARTED YOUR CAR LAST WEEK!
head usher. Ushers included and the Dr. Herzl Zion Club, man of the Annual Institute for
Mickey Lasho, brother of the which produced such illustrious Presidents and New Delegates
BE READY NEXT TIME
bridegroom; Michael Borin, Zionist figures as Dr. Abba Ha- of Council - affiliated organiza-
le'
Silver
and
Dr.
Emanuel
brother of the bride; Paul Haab-
tions, will discuss the program
erman, Keith Frank, Stuart Neumann.
of this event.
The founders of the Ohavei
Frankel and. Lawrence Portnoy.
ONLY
The newlyweds departed for Zion, as well as the members
TO DWELL TOGETHER
a honeymoon in Puerto Rico Who joined in its early years,
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
include such illustrious names as
and will reside in Oak Park.
8 Cyl.
6 Cyl.
Station: WJBK (radio and
9'
Sam Markewich, Morris Litwin,
"
television
simultaneously).
PLUS PARTS
Solomon J. Weinstein, Michael
Peregrinating Pup
Feature: "To Dwell Together
Aaronson, Nathan Chasan, Moses
Abramson, Martin Goldberg, Z. —Challenge to Conscience," will
DON'T FUSS—DON'T CUSS—CALL US
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Fishman, renowned publicists; director, Office for Research Ad-
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Chairman of the Jewish Phy- versity, and vice-president of the
sicians Committee for the He- Detroit Council of Churches; Rev.
brew University; Abraham Her- Nicholas Hood, vice-president of
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nard Shelvin, noted publicist; Walter E. Klein, executive di-
The First Jewish Nursing Home in Detroit
Joseph Kleiman, Max S. Banner, rector, Jewish Community Coun-
For Convalescents, Chronic and Aged
Abram S. Schomer, and many cil of Metropolitan Detroit; and
others who were among the first Fr. James Sheehan, executive
secretary of the Archbishop's
Zionist pioneers.
Established in 1947
The headquarters of the Oha- Committee on Human Relations
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vei Zion, during the early years, of the Catholic Archdiocese of
For Information Call: TE 4 6670 or TE 4 1192
were located at 225 East Broad- Detroit.
* *
way, New York City, which con-
tained a large Hebrew-Yiddish
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
library and was the forum for
Time: 11:05 a.m. Sunday.
such speakers as Zvi Hirsh Mas-
Station: WXYZ.
liansky, Joseph Zeff and a hand-
Feature: "Religious Resolu-
This handsome boxer, a blue- ful of pro-Zionist Ref or m
tions" will be appraised by Dr.
ribbon winner on his own, Rabbis.
Maurice N. Eisendrath, presi-
helped the Zim Lines capture
Later, the Ohavei Zion joined
first place in the steamship as a Chapter of Bnai Zion, the dent of the Union of American
division of the international American Fraternal Zionist Or- Hebrew Congregations.
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Located •Jai Visiting
winning poster measures 39 by cluding the Judean Insurance relsome woman.
—Proverbs 21.
27 inches and is suitable for Co., the Levant Fair in Israel,
framing. Predominent colors the revival of the Bezalel -Art
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Lines' advertising agency in through Mr. Weinstein.
Haifa, photographed by the
On the occasion of its 40th
"Sadeh" studios and printed in anniversary in 1937, the Chapter
Israel by United Artists. Off- established a pathological labora-
set. Travel agents may obtain tory at the Hebrew University
copies by writing to the Zim on Mt. Scopus, which was de-
Which are synonymous with
Lines, 42 Broadway, New voted mainly to cancer research.
The list of the achievements of
York 4.
Ohavei Zion comprises one of
A pearl, wherever it may be, the most impressive chapters in
Established 1919
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