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February 08, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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Histadrut Makes Erlich-Portnoy
Available Film of Engagement Told
`Sinatra in Israel'

The new Histadrut half-hour
color film of Frank Sinatra's
visit to Israel last year is avail-
able for showing at public func-
tions, especially for benefits on
behalf of the Histadrut Scholar-
ship Fund, it was announced
The National Committee for
Labor Israel sponsored the cele-
brity's eight concerts in Israel.
Sinatra's trip to the Holy Land
was devoted to the promotion of
a non-sectarian, humanitarian
project in conjunction with His-
tradut. Arrangements for the
film, "Sinatra in Israel," can be
made through Histadrut, 19161
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weiner of Schaefer (UN 4-7094).
Robson Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Doreen, to Nison Sabin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sabin of
Victoria Ave., Oak Park.
A late June wedding is
Dr. Julien Priver, executive

Dr. Priver Named
Executive V-P of
Sinai Hospital .

Dinner Saturday
Fetes Judge Kent

director of Sinai Hospital since
prior to its opening in 1953, has
been elevated to the position of
executive vice-president, it was
announced by Nate S. Shapero,
Sinai's president.
Shapero pointed out that
Sinai Hospital this year is
celebrating its 10th anniversary.
"We are presently in the midst
of planning the development of

Common Pleas Judge George
D. Kent will be honored Satur-
day evening at a testimonial
dinner at the Starlite Room;
10235 Woodward.
WXYZ news commentator Lou
Gordon will serve as toast-
master. A cocktail hour will
begin at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7
Judge Kent, of 18047 Prest,
was appointed ,to the Common
Pleas Bench July 9, by former
Governor John B. Swainson.
Prior to his appointment,
Judge Kent was head of the
prosecuting attorney's homicide
division. He had been with the
prosecuting attorney's office for
13 years.
A native Detroiter, Judge Kent
attended Northern High School,
Wayne State University and the
'Detroit College of Law.
He is a member of Congre-
gation Ahavas Achim, Mosaic
Lodge F. & A. M., Bnai Brith,
the William P. Tutro Post VFW.
He is married and has two
teen-age daughters, Carol Nancy,
19, and -Beverly Elen, 14. Bev-
erly recently was named vale-
dictorian of her graduating class
at Winship Junior High School, this hospital over the next ten
14717 Curtis, compiling an all-A years," he stated, "and it has
become necessary to release Our

••••• ....

Alpha Omega Parents
Club Holds Meeting

The Parents Club of Alpha
Omega Fraternity, Chi Chapter,
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Madison Dental Supply
Co., 15888 Wyoming, with Mr.
and Mrs. M. Bagdade and Mr.
and Mrs. S. Schwartzberg as
hosts. President Mrs. Sam Leib
invites friends to attend.



Leave Everything to Us

chief executive from routine
daily operational problems so
that he may devote the greater
portion of his time to com-
munity affairs, planning and
policy matters."
Dr. Priver, a graduate of the
University of Western Ontario
Medical School, London, Can-
ada, was named director of Sinai
Hospital in 1951, after having
been associate director of
Mount Sinai Hospital in New
York. A Fellow in the American
College of Hospital Administra-
tors, he is the author of several

articles published in profes-
sional journals. He is active in
Detroit community affairs.

Federal Mortgage Leads All
Wayne Mortgage Lenders




EL 6-8411


Largest home mortgage leader
in Wayne County in 1962 was
Standard Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Detroit, ac-
cording to figures released by
Lawyers Title Insurance Corpo-
ration showing that Standard
Federal led all associations and
other lending institutions in
making mortgages under $30,000.
2,148 mortgages worth $23,195,-
108 were made by Standard Fed-
eral in 1962.
Standard Federal's mortgage
lending in counties surrounding
Wayne brought its total of
mortgages under $30,000 in the
Wayne-Oakland-Macomb area to
$36,057,558. Of this amount,
$9,300,700 were loaned in mort-
gages in Oakland County, and
$3,561,750 in Macomb County.

8ng agements

Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Kotin of
Oak Park announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Susan
Jill, to Ronald Earl Meretsky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Meret-
sky of Riverside, Ont. An April
7 wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sheps of
Stansbury Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Frances, to • Joshua Felbert, son
of Mrs. Tamar Felbert of Tel
Aviv, Israel, and the late Mr.
Salomon Felbert. The couple
plan a late March wedding.

The True International Touch!


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Activities •

AND CHAPTER invites the
public to a program on "Can
We Prevent Inter-Marriage" to
be presented by Rabbi Irwin
Groner of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Labor
Zionist Instittite.
* *
TER will hold a games party
and f a shion show 8 p.m.
Wednesday at Workman's Cir-
cle, 18340 W. Seven Mile. Home-
baked cakes and coffee will be
served and prizes will be
awarded. All are welcome.
Tickets May be purchased at
the door.
* * *
REX LODGE, in celebration
of Jewish Music Month, will
present a program 9 p.m. Thurs-
day, at the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center. Cantor Hyman J.
Adler will be featured along
with the Bnai David choral
group. Max Sosin will serve as
M. C. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
For information, call Haskel
Adler, EL 7-1346.
* * *
hold its annual games night 8
p.m. March 5 at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. Refreshments and
prizes will be featured. For in-
formation, call EL 6-7194. It
was announced in error in last
week's Jewish News that the
event would be held Feb. 5.
* * *
YOUNG ADULTS is planning a
week-end at Camp Tamarack for
Feb. 15-17. Activities will in-
clude skating and tobogganing.
Chairmen are Joyce Sherman
and Fred Golden.

m •

Mrs. W. Middleton of Washburn
Ave. announce the recent 'mar-
riage of their niece, Kathy Sue,
to Jeffrey L. Tann, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Tann of War-
rington Dr. The wedding took
place Jan. 7 in Las Vegas, Nev.
The newlyweds reside on Mey-
ers Rd.

"When man succeeds in

carrying on through his life the
perfect democracy of child-

hood, the brightest era in •
human history will have
dawned."—Fannie Hurst

Cong. Bnai Moshe will dedi-
cate a Melave Malkeh to the Jew-
ish Theological S e m i n a r y of
America 9 p.m. Saturday at the
The program will include the
showing of an "Eternal Light"
film and a guest speaker from
the Seminary. Refreshments will
be served.


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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Erlich of
Greenview Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jaclyn Dianne, to Lawrence Port-
noy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Portnoy of Hartwell Ave.
The bride-elect attends Wayne
State University. Her fiance is a
graduate of Wayne State School
of Business Administration and
now attends the School of Law.
He was affiliated with Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity. An Aug.
25 wedding is planned.

Cong. Beth Moses
to Hold Melave Malkeh

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21 -- THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, February 8, 1963

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