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June 14, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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MRS. MICHAEL PARR

At a morning ceremony on
June 9, Jacqueline Ann Seifman
became the bride of Michael
Sherwin Parr. Parents of the
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Seifman of Huntington Woods
and Mr. and Mrs. David Parr,
19151 Pinehurst.
For the ceremony, performed
by Rabbi M. Robert Syme and
Dr. Leon Fram, the bride wore
a pink dress and carried a bou-
quet of pink roses. Meloy Erman
was the maid of honor and
Arnold Brown was the best
man. Bridesmaids included Mrs.
Stanley Rosenberg, Sandra
Cummins, and Sherrie Kovan.
Ushers were Dr. Mark Owens,
Jon Robins, Bobby Parr, Nor-
man • Moscow and the bride's
brother, Barry Seifman.
The couple reside at 2113
Medford, Ann Arbor, where
the bridegroom is attending the
University of Michigan College
of Medicine.

Brevities

NATHAN GORDON will pre-
sent several of his viola students
in conjunction with vocal stu-
dents of Marjorie Gordon. The
recital will take place at Bald-
win Hall June 15, 3:15 p.m.
Among those performing will be
Darrel Barnes, June Benton,
Linda Moss, and Emily Wilhoit.
The public is invited.

*

* *

The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra will play free concerts
Tuesday, .Thursday and Satur-
day evenings at 8:15 this week
in the Music Shell at the Michi-
gan State Fairgrounds. VAL-
TER POOLE will conduct.
MARILYN DUBOW, . violinist,
will be the soloist Tuesday play-
ing the Tchaikovsky Concerto
in D major.

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*

TV, motion picture and re-
cording artist Tab Hunter stars
in the season's second show at
Northland Play h o u s e, when
"THE TENDER TRAP," opens
a one-week engagement at the
summer theater on Tuesday,
upon conclusion of Raymond
Burr's appearance in the sea-
son-opener, "Oh, Men! Oh, Worn-
en!," on Sunday.
* * *

MRS. WALTER LAIB, noted
world traveler and lecturer, will
show color slides and speak on
her visit to Russia and Czecha
slovakia at an open meeting of
the International Seniors of the
International Institute 3 p.m.
June 21. For information, call
TR 1-8600.

*

*

The American Agency and
Herzl Press announce the ap-
pointment of TAP LINGER
PUBLISHING CO. as the ex-
clusive distributor in the
United States of their list of
books. With from 25 to 40 new
books a year planned and an
active backlist of sixty-five
titles, American Agency and
Herzl Press publish books of
Israeli and Zionist interest.

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Food Technologist
Dr. Joslyn Presented
Babcock-Hart Award

Dr. Maynard A. Joslyn was
presented the B a b c o c k-Hart
Award at the 23rd annual meet-
ing of the Institute of Food
Technologists held here recently
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Professor of food technology
in the Department of Nutritional
Sciences at the University of
California (Berkeley), he re-
ceived the honor in recognition
of his "demonstrated record of
unusual accomplishments which
have contributed immensely to
the betterment of nutrition."
The award is donated by the
Nutrition Foundation, Inc., ad-
ministered by the IFT, and con-
sists of a $1,000 honorarium and
an engrossed plaque.
Dr. Joslyn was cited for his
development of the basic opera-
tions now used in the freeze
preservation of fruit and vege-
table products. He was also the
recipient of the IFT Interna-
tional Award in 1961 for inter-
national exchange of ideas in
the field of food technology.
Joslyn lent his efforts to Is-
rael's food program at its re-
quest in 1951 and again in 1958
on a mission of the U.S. Govern-
ment. He lectured at the He-
brew University, the Technion
and at the Weizmann Institute.
He still serves as a consultant
to the government of Israel.

Brith Rishonim
Dedicates Meeting to
Dr. Nachman Syrkin

The Brith Rishonim of the
United States, the American
Zionist Veterans Association,
dedicated its final meeting of
the season to an evaluation of
Dr. Nachman Syrkin, and his
influence on the American Zion-
ist movement, especially on
Labor Zionism. Dr. Samuel Mar-
goshes presided.
The principal address by Prof.
Ben Halpern, head of the Near
East Department of Brandeis
University, presented an evalu-
ation of Dr. Syrkin's life and
services to Jewish and Zionist
causes. It will be issued as a
pamphlet in the series publish-
ed by Brith Rishonim.
Dr. Marie Syrkin reminisced
about her famous father.
Morris Margulies, the honor-
ary secretary, submitted a list
of Zionist personalities who will
be discussed at next season's
meetings: Rabbi Meyer Berlin,
Rev. Zvi Hirsh Masliansky, Dr.
Stephen S. Wise and Dr. Judah
L. Magnes. Margulies said these
addresses also will be issued
in pamphlet form.

Ellises Ala ?.'k
Gold Anniversa 7

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Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ellis,
18305 Griggs, will celebrate
their 50th• wedding anniversary
at a reception Sunday, to be
given by their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney Ellis, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ellis and Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Haas.
Married in Detroit on Jime
23, 1913, the Ellises have lived
here since then. Mr. Ellis is a
retired Chrysler Corp. em-
ployee. The couple have eight
grandchildren.

Elect Bertha Knitzer
Socialites President

Bertha Knitzer has been
elected president of Detroit
Socialites.
Other officers are Peter Stef-
fin and Dave Rudyn, vice-presi-
dents; Lillian Bensman, Debbie
Jaye and Ann Orden, secre-
taries; Elaine Roth, treasurer;
Lou Feinberg, Harry Glassman,
Morrie Gellerman, Ann Ruben-
faer, Herman Schuman, Ger-
trude Steingold, board mem-
bers; and Rose Altman, coun-
selor, who was also elected as
lifetime honorary president of
the organization.

Feinberg Given
Honorary Doctor
Degree by Albion

Charles Even Feinberg, noted
bibliophile and collector of art
and ceremonial objects, this
week was awarded an honorary

CHARLES E. FEINBERG

Doctor of Literature degree by
Albion College, Albin, Mich.
The presentation was made by
Prof. Joseph James Irwin.
Feinberg has just been elect-
ed as president of the Detroit
Association of Phi Bete Kappa
for a three-year term.
Last week, Feinberg made a
noteworthy gift to the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
Through the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, he
sent to Israel a book, weighing
40 pounds, containing 1073
parchment pages, documenting
the story of the once-flourish-
ing Jewish community of Frank-
furt, Germany. The book, which
was kept from 1626 to 1901,
contains a partial record of the
Rothschild family, as well as of
other notables in Frankfurt.

Pisgah Installation Dinner Monday

Next Monday night, Pisgah
Lodge No. 34, Bnai Brith, will
hold its 106th annual installa-
tion of officers at the Labor
Zionist Institute. A cocktail
hour at 6:30 P.M. will be fol-
lowed by dinner at 7 and the
installation program at 8:45
P.M.
Hyman N. Crystal, executive
director of Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council, will install
the new officers. Milton M.
Weinstein, national Bnai Brith
commissioner for citizenship,
veterans and community affairs,
is master of ceremonies. Sam-
uel W. Leib, past president of
District No. 6 and Pisgah Lodge,
will retire the outgoing officers.
Special presentation will be
made by Elias Goldberg, Alex
Gersuk and Dan Levy, past
presidents of Pisgah Lodge, and
Leonard Edelman, outgoing
president. Alfred H. Bounin.
past president of Pisgah, will
deliver the invocation.
The following will be in-
stalled: Burton H. Gutman,
president; Ben Goldhoff, Bar-
ney Levine, Harry Shumaker,
vice presidents, Jack Peterman,
Irving I. Boigan, Rudolph Mey-
ersohn, secretaries; Sam Seli-
kowitz, treasurer; Leonard Ed-
elman, chaplain; Meyer Littky,
assistant chaplain; Sam Wider,
warden, Oscar B e c k e r m a n,
guardian.
Trustees, Irving Berger, Mor-
ris Berk, Sherman Goldman,
Charles Goldstein, Isadore Gus-
sin, Joseph Gutterman, Frank
Hoffman, Edward Jaffe, Philip
Kaplan, Louis Lightstone, Na-
than Rose, Paul Selby, Arthur
I. Shapiro, Sol Steinberg and

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Reception for Temple
Israel Confirmand

Annual confirmation services
of Temple Israel took place on
May 28. An at home reception
for the following Temple Israel
confirmand will take place as
listed:
TINA LEAH WOLFE, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Benton B.
Wolfe, 1199 Charrington Rd.,
Birmingham, Mich., 2-6 p.m.
June 16. No cards.

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Very truthfully, I haven't
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At sixty in a column I waxed
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of age and its reward in golden
harvest.
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melody is gone and the mellow-
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harvest and the uncertainty of
its reaping.
At sixty-five there is increas-
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with little expectation of a sen-
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And yet there is temptation
to contemplate the meaning of
the years.
But how can one measure
that for which there is no
measuring rod?
Wiser men have tried and
failed. I shall not even try.

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