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September 06, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-06

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Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Councils to Launch Joint Campaign

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Rubenstein-Zalla
Engagement Told

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Ar ctivities

Irving Olin Named
Athletic Director at
Brandeis University

Bnai Brith Men's and WOm- live in peace and in harmony."
Irving Olin, veteran physical
Mrs. David Levine and Sol
en's Councils have combined
education teacher and director
Moss,
vice-presidents
and
fund-
efforts in a joint fund-raising
DETROIT LODGE CHAPTER
from Levittown, Pa., has been
raising chairman of their re-
campaign.
will
hold its first meeting of
named director of athletics at
spective councils, urge each
Mrs. Harry Bodzin and member of Bnai Brith to aid the season 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
Brandeis University.
Julius Kahn, presidents of the in support of such worthwhile day at Temple Israel in honor
Olin will come to the Walt-
two Councils which direct the philanthropies as Bellefair, in of new and paid-up members.
ham liberal arts university from
activities of 54 lodges and Cleveland, a residential treat- Mrs. Leon Dreylinger will be
Woodrow Wilson High School in
Levittown and from Del • hass
chapters in the Detroit area, ment center for emotionally guest speaker.. A fashion show
have issued the following state- troubled children. Leo N. Levi of Italian knits will be pre-
Joint Schools, Bristol, Pa., where
sented by Irene.
ment:
he has served as physical edu-
Hospital in • •
* * *
cation teacher, health and
"Bnai Brith philanthropies Hot Springs,
IVAN S .BLOCH CHAPTER
physical education department
the world over need and de- and the Na-
will meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday
chairman and intramural activ-
serve the support of every tional Jewish
at
Oak Park Community Center,
ities director.
conscientious individual. We Hospital in
14300 Oak Park Blvd. An
The new Brandeis athletic di-
shall endeavor, with this year's Denver.
adult Jewish educational pro-
rector, who holds a B.A. degree
fund-raising, to show the na- The Men's
gram will be presented by Mrs.
from Rutgers University and an
tion that everyone in Detroit and Women's
Hyman Fox, chairman of that
M.A. degree from Pennsylvania
is cognizant of existing condi- Councils will
division.
A
script,
"Three
Wise
University, has been actively in-
tions the world over.
hold a cam-
Daughters," will feature chapter
volved in physical education for
MISS LINDA RUBENSTEIN
"This year, more than ever paign k i c k-
members.
more than 25 years. He was
before, we must recognize our off event 8:3'
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. David Ruben- athletic director for Trenton
obligation to the living, the p.m. Wednes-
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP _ stein of Ardmore Ave., an- (N.J.) Jewish Community Cen-
day
at
Cong.
orphaned, the emotionally dis-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon _ nounce the engagement of their ter; served in teaching, super-
turbed children, to our herit- Bnai Moshe.
day in the Oak Park Commun- daughter, Linda Helen, to Dr. visory and coaching posts at
age and its fu t u r e and to Featured wil'
ity Center. It will be held Mon- Harvey Barry Zalla, son of Mr. several New Jersey schools; he
protect our Jewish people and be Ed Grusd
day for this month only. A and Mrs. Alan Zalla of Schaefer coached the baseball and bas-
minority groups against the and Mort3
fashion show will be presented Rd.
ketball teams of many of these
ugliness of prejudice and dis- Gunty. Grusd
Refreshments will be served to
The bride-elect attended the schools to tournament cham-
Grusd, of Washington, D.C., old and new members and Society of Arts and Crafts and
crimination so that we might
pionships and coached the U.S.
for more than 25 years has guests.
will be graduated from Wayne Maccabean Team that emerged
been editor
* * *
State University in December. with nine victories and no de-
of the Na-
o 60 0 0 0
BUSINESS AND PROFES- Her fiance attended the Uni- feats from the Israeli Olymuics
tional Jewish SIONAL CHAPTER will hold a versity of Detroit, where he was in 1961.
Monthly. dance 9 p.m. Sunday at Cong. I Ifiliated with Phi Sigma Delta
Gunty is a Qemilith Chassodim, 19371 fraternity and is a member of
© In Kaunas it's
comedian and Greefield. Regular and square lAlpha Omega Fraternity. A De-
O
um
singer who dancing will be held with Lyle I comber wedding is planned.
has appeared Stokes as caller. The regular
on television meeting will be held Tuesday at
O
For the HY Spot
and on stage 19371 Greenfield with a wig
© In Madrid it's
Of Your Affair
across the demonstration, followed by a
REMEMBER . . .
country.
Music by
social hour and refreshments.
Gunty
Arrange- Friends are invited.
(2
ments are under the direction
* *•*
of Mrs. Leon Dreylinger and
SUBURBAN LODGE will hold
SAVES THE DAY!
And His Orchestra
Maurice Zeiger. Both are past a "kick - off cocktail party" 8:30
For Fine
(Hy Utchenik)
But in Dv:, At it's
(9
),
_ presidents of Council. Refresh- p.m. Sept. 14 at Cong. Shaarey
Q
Color
Movies Call
BR
2-5447
Zedek,
announces
President
Mor-
ments
will
be
served.
Friends
W. 0 9
V)

Distinctive
Ceremonies
are invited.
tan Metzer. Ted Friedman is
a Specialty!
program chairfnan Hal Gordon
:
:
nd
his
orchestra,
including
a
If I were a dictator, the first i a
v ocalist, will be featured. Re-
6
„ . NOODLES ,Ct book I would burn would be the I freshments
will be served. Ad-
Bible. I'd burn it because I'd1
V)
V.) realize that the whole concept mission
free
and guests are in-
v
© 000 0 0000 $ of democracy came out of that ' ited.
* * *
We Suggest That You Shop Early for
book.—QUENTIN REYNOLDS
LOUIS MARSHALL LODGE
a nd CHAPTER will hold a
the Holidays!
C abaret Night 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Honored guest will be Hy
Crystal, assistant executive di-
rector of Bnai Br it h Grand
Lodge No. 6. The Mark Harvey
Combo will supply the music.
The 120th birthday anniversary
Complete Selection of Kosher Frozen Foods
of Bnai Brith will be celebrated.
In charge of plans for the event
are Robert Israel, president of
the lodge; Max Kushner, lodge
Between Hartwell & Schaefer
program chairman; Mrs. Harry
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Sidney H. Grossberg
Gets Social Work
Grant from CJFWF

Sidney H. Grossberg of De-
troit has been awarded a schol-
arship grant for graduate train-
ing at the School of Social Work
of the University of Michigan
by the National Scholarship
Fund, a program sponsored by
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds in co-
operation with the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation of Detroit and
other Jewish community or-
ganizations.
Grossberg is one of 14 stu-
dents who received grants this
year ranging from $500 to
$1,400, according to a joint
announcement made this week
by Max M. Fisher, president of
the Detroit Federation, and Mrs.
A. Louis Oresman, chairman of
the CJFWF National Scholar-
ship Committee.
Grossberg, who has served as
a group leader at the Detroit
Jewish Center and as a research
assistant at the Urban Research
Laboratory at Wayne State Uni-
versity, graduated from the
University with a B.A. in Soci-
ology. Following his graduation,
Grossberg will work at the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service of Detroit, where he
did his field work.

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