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May 10, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-10

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Members of the Detroit Jew-
_ ish community will join at
Cobo Hall Sunday, May 26. to
help advance the educational
and scholarship programs of
the largest and oldest univer-
sity under Jewish auspices in
the United States — Yeshiva
University in New York City.

Torch Drive Names
J. H. Wineman As
Gifts Co-Chairman

James H. Wineman, 17176
Fairway Dr., president of the
Wineman Investment Company,
has again been named Torch
Drive co-chairman and chair-
man of the advance gifts com-
mittee. a position he held in
the 1962 fund-
raising cam-
paign. His ap-
3 pointment was
announced by
Edward N.
C 0. 1 e, General
Motors vice
president, w h o
is 1963 Torch
Drive general
chairman.
Wineman
Wineman
will head the same small group
of volunteers which each year
seeks out sources of Torch
Drive contributions which are
reported through one of the
fund-raising units.
Wineman, a native Detroiter
and a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan; served as an
officer in the United States
Army from June 1, 1942, throug
Dec. 16, 1945. Later, he was
president of the People's Out-
fitting Company. Since the
business was sold in 1959, he
has served as president of the
Wineman Investment Company
and the Wineman Realty Com-
pany.

of the songs, stories and witti-
cisms , he uses in his perform-
antes.
Leonard Edelman is president
of Pisgah Lodge, Mrs. Harry
Thav is president of Pisgah
Chapter and Elias Goldberg is
the Israel Bond chairman.
Refreshments will be served
and everyone is welcome.

Grand Hotel on Mackinac Is-
land claims the world's longest
porch.

MISS SONIA GOLD

NATHAN & IRVING'S

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gold of
Buena Vista Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sonia, to Gershon Lipenholtz,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Moishe
Lipenholtz of Burlingame Ave.
A June wedding is planned.

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

Commander Calls Roll
of Jewish Legionnaires

We carry the largest selection

Herman 0. Roberts, com-
mander, Jewish Legionnaires
Internationale, residing at 756
N. Harper, Los Angeles 46,
Calif. (OL 3-3515), wishes for-
mer Legionnaires, who served
with the Zion Mule Corps in
Gallipoli 1915 and the British
Expeditionary Forces in Israel
and Palestine, 1917-1920, to con-
tact him.

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Pisgah Lodge and Chapter,
Bnai Brith, will present "Cafe
Tel-Aviv," a night in Israel
cabaret program, May 20, 8:30
P.m. at t h e
Labor Zionist
Ins titute, as
the annual af-
fair on behalf
of the Israel
Bond pro-
gram.
Born in Wil-
mington, Coh-
en's cultural
environment
was rich in
Jewish music
and humor.
His father is Emil Cohen
a well known cantor and from
his mother he acquired many

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EGGS

89c lb '

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NEWS -- Frid ay, May 10, 1963

JOHN LURIE

They will gather at an Ambas-
sador Ball sponsored by the De-
troit Friends of Yeshiva Uni-
versity under the chairmanship
of Abraham Borman. Proceeds
of the function, Borman said
will be allocated for the main-
tenance of the University's
wide-spread academic, commu-
nity service and research activ-
ities including an annual
$1,000,000 program of scholar-
ship assistance to gifted stu-
dents of limited financial
means.
The event, the sixth annual
function to be tendered by De-
troit Yeshiva Friends will pay
tribute to 30 Detroit Ambassa-
dors, members of the com-
munity who =have enrolled in
the program by contributing
$1,000 or more to provide- schol-
arship . for gifted I youngsters.
John E. Lurie, co-chairman
of the event, stated that "his-
torically, for realistic and valid
reasons, the Jewish people have
been concerned with the acqui-
sition of higher learning. Know-
ledge was a commodity that a
transient people could carry
with them when forced to leave
a hostile land. Often in the
past, Jews would be stripped
of material assets prior to be-
ing exiled and it was their
knowledge and training that en-

abled them to survive in a new
and alien country."
"Today", Lurie said, "our
Jewish citizens are still in-
volved with higher learning but
it is gratifying to note that it
is not a matter of acquiring
knowledge as a transient peo-
ple but rather the desire to
plant their roots deeply into
the soil of our great nation.
One of the finest expressions
of a permanent culture is the
existence • of a university.
Throughout the world these
noble academic structures re-
flect the vision of the various
great religions that created
them."
Organized as the first United
States -yeshiva" (school of tra-
ditional Jewish learning) in
1886, the university combines
two time-honored systems of
education—the liberal arts tra-
dition extending back to the
Middle Ages and the even
earlier tradition of Jewish
learning.
Admission to the May 26
event, under the general chair-
manship of David Goldberg, is
by $50 subscription.
Other local officers a r e
Robert Brody and Edward C.
Levy, co-chairmen, Benjamin
Levinson, Marshall of Ambassa-
dors; Nathan I. Goldin, secre-
tary, and Daniel A. Laven,
treasurer.
Reservations may be secured
through any of the officers or
the university's regional office,
861-0805.

Cohen to Star at Pisgah Fete May 20

17 - THE ,DETROIT JEWISH

Thirty Detroit Ambassadors of
Sonia Gold_ to Wed
Yeshiva U. to Be Honored May 26 Gershon Lipenholtz

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