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August 16, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-16

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Judith Tann IS
Wed to G a ry Stern

Pioneer Women Adopt $2,750,000
2-Year Goal; Urge Government
to Challenge Arab Antagonism

Gilda Levine Will
114any Mark Kopitz

Mrs. Simon Appointed
Court of Claims Judge
by Gov. Rockefeller

ALBANY, N.Y., (JTA)—Gov.
Rockefeller announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. Caroline K.
Simon, New York Secretary of
State and Jewish communal
leader, to be a judge of the
New York Court of Claims. The
appointment is subject to con-
firmation later this year by the
New York Sate Senate.
Mrs. Simon has been Secre-
tary of State since 1959. A na-
tive of New York City, she has
held many major government
posts, including commissioner
of the New York State Youth
Commission, and legal adviser
to the United States delegation
to the United Nations Human
Rights Commission.
Mrs. Simon is a member of
the executive committee, ad-
ministrative committee and
community activities commis-
sion of the American Jewish
Committee, and honorary chair-
man of its New York chapter.
She is a member of the board
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, and of the
New York Metropolitan section
of the Hillel Foundation.

Pioneer Women's Labor Zion- task facing the movement was
ist Organization of America the "educating- of women to
pledged to raise $2,750,000 in take upon themselves duties in
a two-year period to. finance the various spheres of activity."
Mrs. Idelson pointed out that
organization's -welfare program
in Israel. The goal, announced membership in Moetzet Hapoalot
by Mrs. Sidney A. Leff, national is now composed of 360,000
president, was adopted at the women of diverse occupations
organization's 18th national bi- and ways of life.
Speaking of Moetzet Hapoa-
ennial convention here.
The program, to be carried lot's work with Arab women,
out by Moetzet Hapoalot, the Mrs. Idelson told the delegates
Israel Working Women's Coun- that women who until recently
cil, sister organization of Pio- never left their homes, now par-
neer Women, includes child ticipate in community activities
care activities, vocational, agri- and attend courses and semi-
cultural and rehabilitation proj- nars.
Ogden R. Reid, former United
ects.
MISS GILDA LEVINE
States Ambassador to Israel, ad-
MRS. GARY STERN
At a symposium Tuesday dressing the opening session of
At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
night on "A Positive Approach
Judith Marilyn Tann was to Jewish Survival — Jewish the 18th national biennial con- and Mrs. Louis H. Levine an-
vention
of
Pioneer
W
o
m
e
n,
married to Gary Dennis Stern Women's Role," Rabbi Morris
nounced the engagement of
Aug. 6 in a ceremony perform- Adler urged the formation of a Sunday, at the Statler Hilton their daughter. Gilda Lenore, to
ed at the Knollwood Country National Adult Jewish Educa- Hotel, noted that "the situation Mark Kopitz, son of Mr. and
Club by Rabbi Sherwin Wine. tion Council to sponsor a variety in the Near East could deterio- Mrs. Ben Kopitz of Santa Rosa,
The newlyweds' parents are of programs, formal and in- rate rapidly" and that "there is A March 22, 1964 wedding date
Mr. and Mrs. George Tann of formal, that would aim to edu- a clear need for more affirma- has been set.
19379 Warrington and Mr. and cate American Jews in their tive United States leadership to
prevent aggression and to keep Radomer Mutual Has
Mrs. Irving Stern of 17576 Park- traditions and culture.
the peace."
side.
Rabbi Adler told the over
Reid introduced a Concurrent Bob-Lo Moonlight
The bride wore a white peau 600 delegates that "the Ameri-
Resolution in the House of Rep-
The Radomer Mutual Society
de soie gown with an open can Jewish woman is chal- resentatives to reaffirm the deep
of Detroit will hold its first
neckline, short sleeyes and an lenged to come to the fore in
Dinner at DARBY'S
empire bodice of hand combed broadening the cultural hori- interest of the United States Bob-Lo moonlight 9 p.m., Aug.
is a real treat
Government
in
the
peace
and
24.
For
information
call
Chair-
Alencon lace with tiny pearls. zons of our community."
stability
of
the
Middle
East
man
Mrs.
Edith
Kozlowski,
DI
It featured a pleated fitted
• Visit Our New
I. L. Kenen, editor, Near area.
1-2007 or President Jack Waks-
SKYLIGHT
cummerbund, floor length
ROOM, Cocktail
East Report, speaking on "Rela-
"The
House
Committee
on
berg.
sheath skirt with a detachable
Lounge and Bar
chapel train with a panel of tionships with Israel," said: "We Foreign Affairs has indicated it
will
make
progress
towards
• AFTER
will
hold
hearings
on
the
Reso-
The
True
International
Touch!
hand corded lace. The pouf veil
THEATRE
Snacks . .
had a tiny tiara of pearls and peace in the Near East when lution in the near future," Reid
LosscionEngisfid,
the international community has said.
Delight
crystals.
LUNCHEON
the courage to isolate and out-
In her greeting to the dele-
A Pleasure
Mrs. Jeffrey Tann, sister-in- law those who persist in bellig- gates, Beba Idelson, Deputy
law of the bride, served as erent policies and preparations Speaker of the Israeli Parlia-
6214 hie 100.40.
matron of honor. Marilyn Eidler to carry them out."
ment (Knesset) and head of
Res. UN 2-7642
of California was maid of honor.
Kenen told the delegates: Moetzet Hapoalot (sister organi-
Bridesmaids were F r a n c i n e
SEVEN
MILE at WYOMING
zation of Pioneer Women) said


Kamian, Donna Rubin, Sylvia "Now that the United States and that Israel, together with all


■ ■
the
Soviet
Union
are
talking
to
Stern and Carol Adler.
each other, there is a faint hope peace loving nations, rejoices
Serving his brother as best that the Arabs will agree to over the signing of the nuclear
man was Victor Stearn. Ushers accept the reality of Israel and test ban.
were Jeffrey, Jack and Allan negotiate for an end to the
Reuther made a plea for a
Tann, brothers of the bride, arms race."
greater awareness of social
Mark Stern, brother of the
Sidney Shevitz, president of problems through integration.
bridegroom and Michael Adler.
And Invites His Friends and Customers
the Community Council, spoke He declared that "there is no
half-way house on the road to
Following their honeymoon on "Jewish Community Life."
to Stop and See Him at
freedom." He urged a greater
to Florida the couple will re-
Dr. Sara Feder, chairman of
side on Schaefer Rd.
the symposium, and the head of "a d u 1 t commitment" in the
problem of raising the educa-
the education department of tional standards of the nation
Between Hartwell & Schaefer
pioneer Women, stressed the and urged a deeper interest in
Symposium Denies
increasing effectiveness of Pio- the solving of the urgent prob-
Negro Inferiority
neer Women in American Jew- lems of the aged.
Four leading social scien- ish life.
Mrs. Blanche Fine of New
The extended activities of
tists, in a symposium published
York was elected national
by the Anti-Defamation League the Jewish National Fun d
president to succeed Mrs.
of Bnai Brith, refute claims of were outlined at a special
Leff.
"innate mental differences" be- JNF session by Dr. Joseph
The convention ratified a
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tween Negroes and whites and Sternstein, national JNF seven-point program for the
declare there is no significant executive director.
organization's educational and
DI 1-2840
WE DELIVER
relationship between race and
Pioneer Women raised more social action policies, calling
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intelligence.
than $2,600,000 during the past for: medical care for the aged
Their analysis challenges re- two years for programs for under social security, broader
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cent efforts by advocates of Moetzet Hapoalot, Mrs. Leff re- civil rights legislation, federal
aid
to
education,
liberalization
segregation to find scientific ported at the convention held
SHOP NOW AND SAVE AT
of existing immigration laws
support for branding Negroes at the Statler-Hilton.
and
elimination
of
the
national
a race intellectually inferior to
In a salute to Israel read to
whites.
the delegates, the Pioneer origins quota, the preservation
The panelists in the sym- Women's Organization urged the of civil liberties, confidence in
posium are Silvan S. Tomp- United States Government "to and support of the Unite d
13400 W. 7 MILE RD. cor. Snowden
kins, professor of psychology at challenge Arab antagonism and Nations and equal status for
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the
field
of
job
op-
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Prof. Sherwood L. Washburn, tion." The organization urged
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former chairman of the anthro- that further aid to Arab States Meet to Hear Report
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The Board of Executives of
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ley; and Dr. Henry C. Dyer, sition of aggressive weapons.
Pint
ers, will hold a meeting Mon-
vice president of the Educa-
Ctn.
A memorial award to Elea- day, 8:30 p.m., in the home of
tional Testing S e r v i c e in nor Roosevelt, presented by Mrs. Morris Moss, 14250 Ver- *
Princeton, N.J.
the Pioneer Women, was ac- non, Oak Park.
Dr. Melvin M. Tumin, pro- cepted by the late Mrs. Roose-
Delegates who attended the
fessor of sociology at Princeton velt's daughter, Mrs. James recently held National Conven- *
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als t e d of Birmingham, tion in Los Angeles, Calif., of
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It includes a report, "The
A plaque honoring the late port to the Board at this time.
Study of Race," made by Prof. Mrs. Roosevelt will be set up - at They were: Mesdames: Charles
Washburn before . the American the wing to be named for her Young, Earl Weingarden, Har-
Lb.
Anthropological Association of at the Tiberias Vocational High old Kozioff, (president), and
which he is past president.
School operated by Moetzet Mrs. Frieda Pantzer.
Mrs. E a r 1 Shipper, vice-
Ea.
Principal advocates of the Hapoalot.
Beba Idelson, Deputy Speaker president of membership, an-
thesis of Negro intellectual in-
Cello
feriority attacked by the pan- of the Israeli Parliament (Knes- nounces that the membership
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Carlton Putnam, Dr. Homy lot, traced the role of Moetzet ful, but will definitely close on
Above Specials Good Aug. 16 thru Aug. 22
Garrett, and Dr. Wesley C. Hapoalot in community devel- Sept. 1st. She may be contact-
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at
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