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April 26, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-26

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People Make News

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Agree
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Marcey Ann, to
Daniel S. Hahn, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Hahn of Belrose,
Long Island.
The bride-elect and her fiance
attend the University of Michi-
gan, where he is affiliated. with
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity.

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MAY 11-19, 1963

Mrs. Arthur J. Hass of Tem-
RABBI MARC H. TANEN- speak on "American Negroes and ple Israel of Detroit was elected
BAUM, director of inter-relig- National Economic Development" and installed president of the
ious affairs department of the 8 p.m. May 7 at the McGregor Michigan Federation of Temple
American Jewish Committee, Memorial Building at Wayne Sisterhoods at its annual state
wil be one of the speakers a the State University during a week- convention this week in Benton
34th annual convention of the long conference of scholars on Harbor.
National Federation of Jewish "The Negro in a Changing So-
Mrs. Hass, a past president of
Men's Clubs, at Concord Hotel, ciety." * *
the Temple Israel Sisterhood,
Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., April 28
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
through May 1.
JUDGE THEODORE LEVIN will
* * *
PAMELA FRANKAU, the be one of three judges presiding
distinguished British novelist, at a moot court 3 p.m. May 3 at
has signed a contract with Ran- the McGregor Memorial Building
part of the special events in
dom House for the publication as
observance of "Law. Day" at
of her new novel, SING FOR Wayne State University.
YOUR SUPPER.
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GARY
E.
MADVIN,
of 20437
DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN, "Mr.
Appoline,
who
is
associated
with
Medicine" for more than a half
century, will be the speaker at the Austin A. Kanter National
the TB and Health Society's an- Life Insurance Agency, is one of
nual luncheon meeting at the eight selected agents from the
Vermont National Life Maine-to-
Wayne County Medical Society
Hawaii field force to attend a
on May 1.
special home office training
* * *
school in Montpelier, Vt.
Sen. KENNETH B. KEAT-
* * *
ING, New York Republican,
Rabbi DAVID H. HILL, presi-
will be the principal speaker at
MRS. ARTHUR J. HASS
the opening public session of dent of the National Council of
the 34th annual convention of Young Israel announced that
the National Federation of Jew- 1500 Young Israel members, rep- was installed at Tuesday night's
ish Men's Clubs, April 28 resenting synagogues throughout installation banquet at the Whit-
through May 1, at the Concord the United States and Canada, comb Hotel. She succeeds Mrs.
Hotel at Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. I will attend the 51st anniversary Harold Battinus of Grand Rap-
dinner at Hotel Commodore, ids in this highest office for
* *
Reform sisterhood members.
Finance Minister LEVI ESH- New York. Myer Feldman, dep-
Elected. with Mrs. Hass were
KOL of Israel will come to the uty special counsel to President
United States to inaugurate the Kennedy has been designated Mesdames Marshall Miller of
redemption of the first Israel to receive the distinguished serv- Detroit's Temple Beth El, presi-
Bonds issued in this country 12 ice award for outstanding work dent-elect; Sol Stolerow of Jack-
years ago, it was announced by in obtaining the release of an- son, Ben Epstein of Flint and
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice cient Hebrew Scrolls of the Law Maurice Stromberg of Muske-
president of the Israel Bond from India. Feldman, on learn- gon, vice - presidents; Merrill
ing of the existence of 200 Pollyea of Benton Harbor and
Organization.
scrolls, requested the American Paul Monchnik of Detroit Tem-
* * *
Governor WILLIAM W. Ambasador to intercede with the ple Israel, secretaries; and Jo-
SCRANTON of Pennsylvania India government for their re- - seph Maltzer of Temple Emanu-
has accepted the honorary chair- lease to A m e r i c n Jewry
manship of the State of Israel through Young Israel, and re-
For the HY Spot
Bond Committee of the Oom- lease was granted by Prime min-
Of Your Affair
ister
Nehru.
monwealth of Pennsylvania.
* * *
Music by
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KARL HAAS was cited for
DR. WILLIAM HABER, pro-
fessor and chairman of the de- outstanding contributions in the
And His Orchestra
partment of economics at the radio entertainment field and
formerly with Mickey Woolf
University of Michigan, will Radio Station WJR received the
Peabody Award in recognition
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Hy Herman

A FREE PRESS • A FREE NATION

JOIN. IN A SALUTE TO
OUR ARMED. FORCES

Norwegian General
Appointed UN Truce
Chief in Palestine

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA) — Lt. Gen. 0. D. Bull,
commander of the Royal Air
Force of Norway, will assume
the post of chief of staff of the
United Nations Truce Super-
vision Organization in Palestine,
on June 1, it was announced by
Secretary General U. Thant. He
will succeed Maj. Gen. Carl C.
von Horn, of Sweden, who had
held that post since March, 1958.
Gen. Bull will came here May
20 for consultations, Thant said.
The Secretary General noted
that the new UNTSO head had
done a tour of duty for the
United Nations in the Middle
East since 1958, when he was
an executive member of the
United Nations military obser-
-vers team in. Lebanon.
Gen. von Horn had been, in
addition to head of UNTSO, the
first commander of the United
Nations military forces in the
Congo, serving from July to De-
cember, 1960.

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the late Dr. Chaim Zhitlowsky
who lived and died in the United
States -- are included in the
new "Soviet Encyclopedia of
Philosophy," received here.
Thus far, only two volumes
of the comprehensive Soviet work
have been published. Of the old
Jewish philosophers mentioned
in the first two volumes, are
Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Abraham
Ibn Ezra and Yehuda Halevi.

El, Oak Park, treasurer.
The theme of the conference,
attended by nearly 200 women
from all Reform temples in the
state, was "Changing Values in
a Changing World." Dr. Samuel
Karff, rabbi of Temple Sinai,
Chicago, was speaker at the in-
stallation banquet.
Hosts at the three-day confer-
ence were members of the Sis-
terhood of Benton Harbor's
Temple Beth-El. Mrs. Michael
Faber and Mrs. Joseph Schwarz
served as co-chairmen.
Mrs. Perry Segal, vice-presi-
dent of the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods, spoke on
"Unchanging Values in a Chang-
ing Sisterhood World."

Bar Mitzvahs

The Bar Mitzvah of Howard
Heideman will be observed 9
a.m. Saturday at Cong. Beth
Moses.

Four flags have flown over
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Spanish and American.

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-- Friday, April 26, 1963

MISS MARCEY AGREE

Mrs. Hass Voted President of State
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods

23 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Marcey Agree Will
Wed Daniel Hahn

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