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April 05, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-05

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MISS LENORE LEMPERT

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lempert of
Greenlawn Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Lenore, to Richard Krieger, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Krie-
ger of Woodingham Dr. A Sept.
1 wedding is planned.

Men's Clubs

CONG. BNAI MOSHE MEN'S
CLUB has elected Eugene Fried-
man to serve a second term as
president. Other officers are
David Schwartz, Albert Migdal
and Ben Kahn, vice-presidents;
Bert Dan, treasurer; Samuel Ha-
ber, Simon Goldman, secretaries;
and Victor Friedman, sergeant-
at-arms. Marcel Thirman, Jack
Kutnick, Robert Hirschbein,
Harry Schwartz, Sidney Ferst,
Nate Sharon, Sam Wohl and Er-
win Kepes were elected to the
board, to serve with Sidney
Nickin, Irving Bernstein, Leon-
ard Greenbaum, Herman Roth,
Carl Rozner, Donald Sachs and
Bernard Hirsch. They will be in-
stalled by Rabbi Moses Lehrman
at Sabbath services on April 20.

0 UJI

Next Franklin
Lecture Series
Starts April 16

"Nationalism in the Mid-20th
Century" will be the topic of the
next Wayne State University
Leo M. Franklin Memorial Lec-
tureships in Human Relations. It
will be the 13th annual lecture
series established at WSU by
Temple Beth El in memory of
Dr. Franklin.
The series will commence April
16 with an address by Prof. Wil-
liam J. Bossenbrook, Franklin
Lecturer for 1962-63, on the sub-
ject "German Reunification and
European Unity."
Prof. Hans Kohn will speak
April 22 on French Nationalism
in European and Western Soli-
darity."
"The Problem of National
Minorities in the USSR" will be
the topic of Prof. Alfred G.
Meyer, April 29.
On May 6, Amry Vandenbosch
will speak on "South African
Racial Nationalism." "The New
Nations of Africa" will be the
May 13 topic of former Governor
G. Mennen Williams, now Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Afri-
can Affairs.
The lectures will be held at
the WSU Community Arts Audi-
torium.

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year-old father Atticus in the
film picturization of the pulit-
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the top opportunity of his
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received a total of eight Aca-
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AUXILIARY will hold a com-
bined evening of dinner and en-
tertainment April 23 at the Elm-
wood Casino to honor the out-
going commander and president.
Friends are invited. For reserva-
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MISS ELAINE FRIED

Mr. and Mts. Martin Fried of
Wildemere Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Elaine Claire, to Robert Barry
Heche r, son of Mrs. Sadie
Hecher of W. Outer Dr. and the
late Alfred Hecher.
The bride-elect attended Lig-
gett School and was graduated
from Garland College in Boston,
Mass. Her fiance is a graduate of
Wayne State University. A Sept.
2 wedding is planned.

Airs. IV. B. Isenberg
at Dedication of
Hadassali Pavilion

JERUSALEM — Mrs. William
B. Isenberg, a former member
of the national board of Hadas-
sah, a member of the Michigan
regional board and past presi-
dent of the Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah, of 681 Whitmore
Road, Detroit, is in Jerusalem
attending the dedication of the
new $1,000,000 Adolf and Fe-
licia Leon Mother-and-Child Pa-
vilion of the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center, Ha-
dassah's newest "baby" in the
Holy Land.
The dedication ceremony took
place in the Chagall synagogue
of the Medical Center. After the
ceremony, the group was pre-
sented to Mrs. Yitzak Ben-Zvi,
wife of the President of Israel.
Mrs. Isenberg, thrilled by the
new ideas incorporated in the
pavilion, said: "These solve the
age-old problem of whether the
new-born babies should be sep-
arated from their mothers and
kept in one large nursery or
should be in a special nook next
to the mother. The Hadassah
compromise is to have a series
of units, each unit consisting of
a nursery for nine babies with
two rooms for four mothers on
either side of this nursery. The
ninth crib is there in case one
mother has twins. This system
enables the mother to go to her
baby whenever she wants to,
as she is right next to the nurs-
ery. There is also less danger
of cross-infection because the
baby nurseries are small. The
rooming-in system is very ex-
pensive and allows the mother
no rest."
Mrs. Isenberg added that she
was thrilled to see the names of
many Detroit members on the
Mother and Child Pavilion and
on the Wall of Healing. "And
Detroit Hadassah people have
a spcial interest in the Ortho-
pedic Surgical Theater of the
Medical Center," she said. "We
have assumed specific responsi-
bility for this. I can only say
that it is all wonderful. But,
however much we have done,
our program isn't complete —
there is still 'a lot to do!"

L.A. Jewish Education
Center Is Dedicated

Party Banquet Rooms
For All Occasions

20231 JAMES COUZENS

Elaine Fried to Wed
Robert Hecher

LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—The
Greater Los Angeles Education
Center, which will contain facili-
ties for a day school for 750 ele-
mentary, high school and re-
tarded children, was dedicated
here in the presence of more
than 1,000 persons. The center
cost $900,000.

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, Apri l 5, 1963

L empert-Krieger
En-gagement Told

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