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April 12, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-12

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People Make News

A. M. S o n n a b e n d, Boston

industrialist a n d communal
leader, h a s
been named
national gen-
eral chairman
of the Ameri-
can Jewish
Committee's
1963 Appeal
for Human Re-
lations. Sonna-
Appeal goal
of $3,767,000
which will Sonnabend
support the Committee's
domestic and overseas human
relations program. Sonnabend
has been president of the com-
mittee since May, 1962.
* * *
Governor and Mrs. Wil-
liam W. Scranton will be
honored by the
Jewish Na-
tional Fund
with the dedi-
cation of a
woodland of
500,000 trees
to be planted
in Israel, on a
site to be se-
lected by the
Governor, Mrs.
Scranton and
the officials of
Keren Kaye-
Gov. Scranton meth Leisrael
in' Jerusalem. The first trees
will be planted by the Scrantons
at the dedication ceremonies
later this year. The Governor
was informed of the project by
a committee of prominent
Pennsylvanians who called up-
on him in his office in Harris-
burg last week.
*

MELVIN A. GLASSER, dean
of university resources and
visiting professor at the Flor-
ence Heller School for Ad-
vanced Studies in Social Wel-
fare at Brandeis University, has
been named by UAW President
Walter Reuther to head the
UAW's Social Security Depart-
ment.
* * *
The Honorary Fellowship of
the Weizmann Institute of
Science, in Israel, has been con-
ferred by its executive council
on HERBERT H. LEHMAN, for-
mer United States Senator and
GoVernor of the State of New
York, and one-time Director-
General of UNRRA. Senator
Lehman observed his 85th birth-
day on March 25.
* * *

Two Yeshiva University Belfer
Graduate School of Science stu-
dents have received a year's ex-
tension on their National Science
Fondation Fellowships. C.
THOMAS SPRING, a mathema-
tics major, of Honolulu, Hawaii,
will continue as a National
Science Foundation Cooperative
Fellow with a $1,800 stipend.
MORTON A. TAVEL, a physics
major, of Brooklyn, is continu-
ing as a National Science Foun-
dation Fellow with a $2,200 sti-
pend.
* * *

DR. GERTRUDE NOAR, na-
tional education director of the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, and MRS. JULIAN KRO-
LIK, will participate in the Ad-
ventures in Human Relations
warkshop to be sponsored next
Wednesday, at the Rackham
Memorial Building, by ADL and
Bnai Brith Women's Council.
* .* *
BOB BENYAS, of Benyas-
Kaufman Photographers, had
an exciting time last Tuesday
photographing a Day With Gov.
Romney for the current issue
of U.S. News and World Re-
port, getting up at 4 a.m. to
arrive in Lansing in time for a
breakfast with the Governor
and key Legislators and not
returning until late in the eve-
ning.

President John F. Kennedy
and Vice President Lyndon B.
Johnson joined in paying trib-
ute to MORRIS A. SHENKER,
St. Louis communal leader and
chairman of its campaign for
Israel Bonds, who received the
Israel Commendation Award at
a dinner in his honor which
was attended by 1,300 persons.
A record sale of $1,220,500 in
Israel Bonds was reported at
the dinner.- including substan-
tial purchases by labor unions
and banks in the area.
*
Two Israeli national track and
field champions, AMOS GROD-
ZINOWSKI and. GIDEON ARIEL;
are currently in the United
States for advanced coaching,
competition and a special course
in coaching techniques. Their
trip is under the sponsorship of
Sports International, Inc., with
an assist from the U. S. Commit-
tee-Sports for Israel, Inc. Both
will be here for 100 days.

Alpha Omega
Women Plan for
Donor Luncheon

Freedman -Sigman
Troth Announced

MISS ROSE FREEDMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Freed-
man of Roselawn Ave. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
•er, Rose, to Stanley M. Sigman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sig-
man of W. Eight Mile Rd.
The bride - elect attended
Wayne State University and
was affiliated with Iota Alpha
Pi sorority. Her fiance was
graduated from Electronics In-
stitute. An Oct. 13 wedding is
planned.

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

Planning for the annual
donor event of Detroit Wo-
men of Alpha • Omega are,
from left, Mesdames Milton
Jacobs, Kenneth Belen, Mor-
rey Barak, Jack Zonder, Herb
Goldstrom, chairman, a n d
Daniel Gilbert.
* * *
The Detroit Women of Alpha
Omega, an organization of den-
tists' wives who give support to
community projects in addition
to assistance abroad, will hold
its annual donor luncheon and
fashion. show April 24 at Town
and Country Club.
Chairman . of the affair is
Mrs. Herbert Goldstrom. Her
co-chairmen are Mesdames Mor-
rey Barak, Kenneth Belen, Dan-
iel Gilbert and Milton Jacobs.
Among the beneficiaries of
the efforts of the organization
are the Juvenile Detention
Home, the U.S.O., the Shiffman
Clinic and Cleft Palate Habili-
tation Center at Sinai Hospital,
the Israel Dental School and
the M. M. Fintz Fund, a dental
student loan fund.

Emotionally Disturbed
Children's Association
Holds Annual Meeting

Mrs. George Romney will be
guest speaker at the annual
meeting of the Michigan Asso-
ciation for Emotionally Dis-
turbed Children, Greater De-
troit Chapter, to be held 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Wayne State
University McGregor Confer-
ence Center.
Her topic will be "Delin-
quency — A Waste of Our
Youth?"
On the program will be re-
ports by Alan L. Gornick, chap-
ter president; Mrs. Roy A. Frue-
hauf, women's division presi-
dent; Samuel L. Davis, executive
director; and Dr. Ralph D.
Rabinovitch, co-chairman of the
professional advisory board.
Election of officers also will be
held. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited,
free of charge. For information,
call TR 3-3660.

By RANDY ZUSMAN
In my last column, the name
of Barbara Seiden was inad-
vertently omitted from the cred-
its of "Finian's Rainbow" and
the inductees of the National
Honor Society. Barb also had In
editorial published in the De-
troit News Teenage Soap Box.
Six juniors will participate in
the summer student foreign ex-
change program of the Ameri-
can Field Service. They are Bar-
bara Burnham and Karen Dor-
jath, Germany; Rita Palmer,
Sweden; Pam Pavlik, Finland;
Ron Tauber, Holland; and Linda
Leon, .Ireland.
The following were winners
in the recent forensic tourna-
ment: Jackie Strittmayer, Curt
Eshelman, Linda Frank, Dave
Goldstein, Jim Arne y, Joyce
Rayme, Audrey Diebel. Other
participants were Martin Stone-
man, Sharon Lefton, Randy Sil-
veston, Sonia Berenholz, Nancy
Garlock, Jan Goldman, Mark
Goldstein and Vivian Sutin.
Winners in the district foren-
sic tournament held recently
in Madison Heights included
Linda Frank, first place; Jim
Arney, June Bagdade, Joyce
Raymo and Jackie Strittmayer,
second place .
Seven students will partici-
pate in the model United Na-
tions to be held April 27-29
at the University of Detroit.
They are Rick Andrews, Bob
Benzinger, Jules Gardin, Paul
Garber,. Larry Farer, Lorraine
LePauble, Bill Stahl.

Mumford Parents Club
Sponsors Vanguard
Play for Scholarships

The Mumford Parents Club
will take over the Vanguard
Theatre May 7 for "Little Mary
Sunshine."
Proceeds raised by this event
will be used primarily to provide
scholarships for needy and-qual-
ified students graduating from
Mumford High School. Tickets
are on sale and may be reserved
by calling ways and means chair-
man Sam Harvith, 342-1897; or
Mrs. Leslie Bloom.

When a destroyer has been
invested with authority he does
not differentiate, between the
righteous and the wicked—Baba
Kama 60.

Large Committee Planning Israel
15th Independence Anniversary

An Israeli military hero and
diplomat, a popular folksinger
from Israel, and colorful page-
antry will be featured at the
Detroit celebration marking
Israel's 15th anniversary of in-
dependence, Sunday, April 28,
8 p.m., in the Mumford High
School Auditorium. Announce-
ment of the event was made by
Rabbi Leon Fram, chairman of
the Zionist Council, and Stan-
ley J. Winkelman, president
of the Jewish Community
Council, co-chairmen of the
joint committee of the two or-
ganizations which traditionally
co-sponsor this celebration.
Representing all facets of
Jewish organizational life in
Detroit, the committee respon-
sible for planning the celebra-
tion includes Mrs. Theodore
Bargman, David I. Berris, Mrs.
Gerson I. Berris, Harold S.
Berke, Aaron M. Bornstein,
Lawrence W. Crohn, Dr. Arthur
Feuer, Mrs. Max Frank, Eran
Geller, Mrs. Samuel Gold, Mrs.
Morris Goldberg, Mrs. Jacob E.
Goldman, Steven Goldin, Mov-
sas Goldoftas, Mrs. I. Jerome
Hauser, Norman Horowitz, Mrs.
William B. Isenberg, Mrs. Nor-
man E. Kanter, Judge Ira G.
Kaufman, Rabbi Max Kapus-
tin, Richard B. Kramer, Ben-
jamin M. Laikin, Mrs. Norman
I. Lemon, Morris Lieberman,
Emanuel Mark, Milton Marwil,
Manuel Merzon, Mrs. Michael
Michlin, Jacob Nosanchuk, Mrs.
David Novetsky, Irving Po-
kempner, Mrs. David J. Schach-
ter, Mrs. Carl S. Schiller, Irv-
ing W. Schulussel, Harry Schu-

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Every day God lauds these
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in a large. city and does not
sin, the poor man who returns
a lost article to its owner, and
the rich man who distributes
charity in private. — Pesachim
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