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January 11, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-11

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Men's Clubs

People Make News



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The appointment of GARY L.
LICHTMAN to the post of gen-
eral sales manager has been an-
nounced by William G. Gelb,
CtS
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president of Ansa-Tronics, Inc.,
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6609 Walton, Detroit, exclusive
ti
Michigan distributor of Ansa-
ca
Fone, a transistorized, automatic
telephone answering and message
cr.4
•recording unit. Lichtman, a na-
tive Detroiter, attended Mumford
High School and the Detroit Insti-
tute of Technology.
*
*
z Mrs. MURRAY
HAUPTMAN
rn has been appointed chairman of
the "Citizens for the Re-Election
of Councilman Joe Forbes in
ti Oak Park." She will be assisted
by Mrs. Benjamin Rothstein and
O
Mrs. Nate Krause. Honorary
chairmen for the committee are
E`"4
Dr. Ralph Cash.
Ca Joe Cohen and
* * *
DR. MEL RAVITZ, Detroit
Common Councilman, will speak
at a dinner in his honor 7:30
p.m. Jan. 19 at Roma Hall, 3009
Gratiot. His talk will be a "Re-
port • to the People," with for-
mer governor John B. Swainson
serving as toastmaster. A cock-
tail hour will begin at 6:30 p.m.
For, ticket information, call Joe
Schore, 4370 Springle, VA
1-9213.
* * *
MEIR SHERMAN, former Eco-
nomic Minister of Israel in the
United States, arrived from Israel
for a month-long visit to the
United States during which he
will address Israel Bond meet-
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Rabbi AVRAHAM HIRSCH,
director of P'EYLEM, the pio-
neer Jewish student organization,
recently returning from a visit
to the Jewish Algerian com-
munities in France, pictured the
Algerian Jewish refugees as ac-
tually experiencing spiritual
starvation.
* * *
AMBASSADOR PHILIP M.
KLUTZNICK will be presented
with a testimonial volume con-
taining names of all lodges in
District Six, Bnai Brith, that par-
ticipated in the planting of more
than 50,000 trees in the Bnai
Brith section of the Martyrs'
Forest in Jerusalem, at a dinner
Jan. 12 at the Sherman House in
"Chicago.
* * *
JOHN M. (JACK) SANDERS,
great-grandson of the founder,
was elected president of the
Fred Sanders Company at the
annual meeting of the 88-year-
old Detroit - based confectioner
and baker.
* * *
Winnipeg Magistrate ISAAC
RICE has been named by the
National Association of Munici-
pal Judges as "the most out-
standing and progressive muni-
cipal judge in North. America"
for his "significant contribution
to judicial process, accomplished
by his court through reorganiza-
tion or installation of new and
novel procedures."
* * *
Former District Court Judge
HARRY KLAUS was elevated
to the Superior Court in Massa-
chusetts and ALVIN C. TAM.
KIN, New England regional
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, was named presid-
ing justice of Hingham District
Court by Governor John A.
Volpe.

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* *

SUZANNE BLOOM, a student
at Kenmore West Senior High
School in Boston, Mass., has
achieved the highest three-year
grade average (98.3) ever re-
corded by a student in the
school's 50-year history.
* * *
- DR. GEORGE W. BEADLE,
president of the University of
Chicago, will speak on "The
New Biology and The Nature of
Man" in delivering the third
annual Dewey F. Faberburg
Memorial Lecture, sponsored by
the Michigan Memorial-Phoenix
Project, 8 p.m. Jan. 25 at the
Rackham Lecture Hall on the
University of Michigan campus.
Previous lecturers were DR.
DONALD GLASER, Nobel Lau-
reate in physics, and DR. J.
OPPENHEIMER.

United Jewish Appeal
Strike Is Settled

NEW YORK (JTA) —A strike
of field men of the national
United Jewish Appeal was settled
Jan. 7. Agreement was reached
in discussions between represen-
tatives of the UJA executive of-
fice and the Field Men's Union.
All field representatives have re-
turned to their posts.

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Men's Club will begin its second
annual series of monthly Sun-
day, morning breakfast forums
10 a.m. Jan. 13, Chairman Dr.
Robert Schlaff has announced.
The speaker will be Frank An-
gelo, managing editor, Detroit
Free Press, who will discuss
"Crucial Problems in the News
— Local, National and Interna-
tional." He will answer ques-
tions following his presentation.
Lou Freedman, budget commit-
tee chairman, will introduce the
speaker and act as chairman.
For information, call the syn-
agogue, UN 1-6696, or any mem-
ber of the Men's Club. The
breakfast Forum arrangements
committee consists of Dr. Rob-
ert Schlaff, chairman; Rabbi Is-
rael I. Halpern, P 1 Rosen-
zweig, Sidney Ring, Meyer LuI-
love, Irving Goldfarb, Ted
Scholnick, Sam Sweet, Alvin
Topper and Ed Bunin.
A sisterhood committee, head-
ed by Mrs. Raymond Dunn, will
act as breakfast hostesses. The
public is invited to participate
in the breakfast and forums.
* * *
ADAS SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will present J. Stuart
Linden, C.P.A., who will speak
on "The Income Tax Story,"
8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue. A question and an-
swer period will follow.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE TALLIS AND
TEPHILLIN CLUB, sponsored
by the Men's Club, will hold a
family breakfast 10 a.m. Jan.
20 at the synagogue. Following
a Schachris service, breakfast
will be served.
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL. MEN'S
CLUB will p re sent Cantor
Harold Orbach in "An Evening
of Enchanting Music — Songs
Old and New" 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day in the Leon Fram Hall of
the Temple. A cantata will also
be presented by the Temple
High School Choraliers, under
Cantor Orbach's direction. Mrs.
Samuel Barr will accompany on
the piano. Men's Club program
committee is headed by Vice-
President Harold Tobias. Irving
A. Levy is chairman and Harry
Singer is publicity chairman. A
social hour with refreshments
will follow the program.
* * *
BETH AARON TALIS AND
TEFILLIN CLUB will present
James Sophiea, "strongest little
man in the world," 8:30 a.m.
Sunday in the social-hall of the
synagogue. Boys, 12 to 17, attend
the services, breakfasts and pro-
grams on Sunday mornings, states
Allen Rosenberg, president.
* * *
CONG. BETH MOSES Men's
Club will hold a social 9:30 p.m.
Jan. 19 at the congregation, 19160
Evergreen. Entertainment will
be provided by the Jack Barnes
Dancers, Nick and Claudia. Re-
freshments will be served. For
reservations, call Jerry Kohn,
KE 5-6345, or Chuck Bassin.

Wood for Sir Barnett Is Planted in Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A
wood named for Sir Barnett
Janner, member of the British
parliament and president of the
Board of Deputies of British
Jews, was dedicated near Amin-
adav in the Jerusalem Hills in
the presence of Sir Barnett and
other members of a delegation
of Anglo-Jewish leaders cur-
rently on a study tour of Israel.
Planted within the Bar Koch-

ba Forest, the Janner Wgod
was sponsored by the R(Vish- --
National Fund in tribute to Sir
Barnett's dedication to the
Fund and on the occasion of
his 70th birthday. It was made
possible by contributions from
British organizations and indi-
vidual donors.

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DAVIS-KUTNICK: Marcia Ora
Kutnick became the bride of
Donald Jerome Davis in a cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Milton
Arm, Rabbi Israel I. Halperin
and Cantor Simon Bermanis Dec.
30 at Ahavas Achim Synagogue.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kutnick of
Woodingham Dr. and Mr. • and
Mrs. Benjamin Davis of Wiscon-
sin Ave. Marlene Kutnick and
Mrs. Murray Sherman served
their sister as maid and matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Carol Kaufman, Mrs. James Hen-
din and Sharon Cohen, cousin of
the bridegroom. Hershel Cohen
served his cousin as best man.
Ushers were Murray Sherman,
brother-in-law of the bride; Rob-
ert Rosen, Michael Lipshy and
Richard Kay. After a honeymoon
in New York, the- newlyweds
will reside in Germany, where
the bridegroom is stationed with
the U.S. Army.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldman
of Mark Twain Ave. announce
the recent marriage of their
daughter, Judith Mariel, to Mel-
vyn David Shewach, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Shewach of
Westbrook Ave., at Cong. Adas
Shalom. After a Florida honey-
moon, the newlyweds are resid-
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Jack's Pharmacy, 25011 Ford,
Dearborn, has been elected pres-
ident of Sav-Mor Drug Stores,
Inc.
He suceeds Jack Robinson.
Other officers are Saul Kush-
ner and Sidney Bluestone, vice-
presidents; Frank Nager, secre-
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Sav-Mor is a federation of 40
independent Detroit area phar-
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