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October 11, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-11

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Spokesmen for All Faiths, Government Kfar Silver Has
Officials Honor Lt. ZnssmamCs Memory at 260 Students;
Dedication of Army Center in Inkster Aided by ZOD

Judith Moss Will
Wed Baker Urdan

Abraham Goodman, chair-
This nation's recognition of
man of the national committee
the heroism of an Hamtramck-
for Zionist Organization of
boil' serviceman in the last
America activities in Israel, an-
world war was expressed in
nounced this week that 260
trP6utes by local and national
students — the largest number
leaders at the dedication of an
since the establishment of the
army structure that will bear
school eight years ago — have
his name as a mark of honor
enrolled for study at the Kfar
bestowed by our Government.
Silver agricultural training in-
Spokesmen representing a 11
stitute near Adhkelon.
faiths, community leaders and
Proceeds from the annual
many officials participated in
Balfour concert of the Zionist
the program Sunday afternoon,
Organization of Detroit are
at the dedication of the Ray-
used in part to provide support
mond Zussman U. S. Army Re-
for the Kfar Silver school.
.. rve Center, in Inkster, Mich
The annual Balfour concert
With Brig. - Gen. Louis H.
this year will be held Dec. 1
Charbonneau as presiding offi-
at Ford Auditorium. Isaac
cer, the speakers, commencing
Stern, world famous violinist,
MISS JUDITH MOSS
with the deeply moving invoca-
and the Detroit Symphony Or-
tion by Rabbi (Lt.-Col.) Herbert
Mr.
and Mrs. David M. Moss,
chestra will be featured.
Eskin, paid honor to Lt. Zuss-
18253 Cherrylawn, announce
man, recounting his acts of
the engagement of their daugh-
Center Registration
bravery at Norcy Le Boufge
ter, Judith Marilyn, to Baker
Open for Hebrew
France, on Sept. 12, 1944, fom
Abbott Urdan, son of Mr. and
which he was awarded the cov-
Mrs. Louis Joseph Urdan of
Top photo (left to right) : Maj. Gen. Jonathon 0. Seaman, Conversation Groups
eted Congressional Medal of Cot Harry Smith, Hon. Wilbur M. Brucker, Miss Bernice Zuss-
Charles H. Gershenson, presi- Oshkosh, Wis.
Honor which has gone to less man, Henry Zussman and Col. Joel Shrager. Lower photo (left dent
The bride-elect attended the
of the Jewish Center, an-
than a dozen war heroes. Lt. to right) Mrs. Pauline Weintraub, Mr. Rubin Zussman and nounces that its Saturday after- Society of Arts and Crafts and
Zussman was killed in action Maj. Gen. Jonathon 0. Seaman.
noon Hebrew Conversation graduated from the Carnegie
nine days later—Sept. 21, 1944.
Groups for adults will recon- Institute. Her fiance graduated
*
Meinbers of the Zussman
vene for the forthcoming season from the University of Wiscon-
family participated in the included also Lt. Col. Joseph P. der of the JWV; the heads of on Saturday.
sin. A Nov. 30 wedding is
ceremony and unveiled the McElgunn, who gave the bene- the Zussman Post and its Aux-
planned.
These
groups
are
divided
ac-
memorial plaque which will diction, and Maj. Gen. Jonathan iliary; Harry Friedman, state cording to the members' knowl-
JWV commander, and other edge of the Hebrew language—
be installed in the building Seaman.
Farband Branch 114
Seated on the podium were noted leaders.
that was erected by the U. S.
beginners,
'intermediate,
and
The 70th Division Band play- advanced, under the guidance of to Elect Delegates
Army at a cost of $504,197. Jewish War Veterans' officials,
Lt. Zussman's living survivors U. S. Attorney Lawrence Gu- ed the National Anthem as the Haim Solomon, Israel Hoshberg
Farband Branch 114 will meet
are four sisters, Miss Bernice bow, former national comman- Color Guard posted the Colors. and Shulamuth Golani, Israelis 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Labor
Zussman, Mrs. Albert (Ida)
now attending the graduate ionist Institute to elect delegates
Luby, Fay Wolfson and Miss
schools of Wayne State and Mich- to the 50th Jubilee convention of
Betty Zussman, and t w o Emanuel Mandel Named Director
igan State Universities.
Farband in December, announced
brothers, Henry and David.
The attendance of teens with Morris Gelfand, chairman. A suk-
In behalf of the Zussman of Bnai Brith Youth Organization their parents makes for a unique kot celebration, including refresh-
Post of the Jewish War Veter-
The appointment of Emanuel B.B.Y.H.O., and Mort Plotnick educational experience on a fam- ments, will follow.
ans, Carl Sussman and Mrs.
ily basis. There are no tests, no
Mandel
as the incoming direc- as part-time assistant.
Weintraub, commanders of the
marks,
no written work.
tor
of
the
Michigan
Region
of
The True International Touch!
The regional board is headed
Post and its Auxiliary, present-
Registration
for the sessions,
Bnai
Brith
Youth
Organization
by Bernard Panush, vice presi- which are held
ed an American Flag to the
on Saturdays
was announced by 'Bernard Pan- dent of the Metropolitan Detroit
Zussman Center.
from 3 to 5 p.m., are being taken
The principal address of the ush, chairman of the regional Men's Council; and Mrs. Henry at the Center. Anyone inter-
Onrich, past president of the ested may visit the first two
afternoon was delivered by board.
...am,
Mandel was introduced to the Women's Council, and Mrs. San- sessions without registering, but
Wilber M. Brucker, former Sec-
retary of the Army and former Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith ford Rosenthal, treasurer of the the groups will be filled by those
Governor of Michigan, who Men's Council at its September Women's Council, serve as vice- who register on a first-come first-
called for untiring patriotisin meeting, and will be formally chairmen of the board. The fol- served basis.
like Lt. Zussman's to keep introduced to the Metropolitan lowing committees were ap-
America strong. He warned Detroit Women's Council at its pointed:
against the impending dangers October meeting.
Evaluation and By-Laws: Mor-
of Communism and called for
Mandel will be in charge of ris Blechman, chairman; Mrs.
devotion to American idealism directing the youth activities of Harold Robinson and Mrs. Theo-
to assure the firmest defense more than 2,000 young people dore Heideman; housing, Mrs.
for ,this land.
ranging in age from 14 through David Levin, chairman; Aaron
Among the distinguished par- high school age. There are 20 Lipin and Mrs. Alan Nathan;
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ticipants in the program was Bnai Brith Girls Chapters, 20 publicity, Sol Superfon, chair-
Col. Schrager.
Aleph Zadek Aleph Chapters man; Irving Flaschen and Mrs.
In behalf of the Village of and six Bnai Brith Young Adult Jacob Weiner; scholarships and
Inkster, its president, John P. Chapters in the Metropolitan finance, Mrs. Henry Onrich,
Between Hartwell & Schaefer
Wagner, read a proclamation Detroit area, with an enrollment chairman, and Robert Venetian-
declaring Oct. 6 to be Zussman of about 1,500. • In addition, er and Robert Kranitz; speakers,
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of the World War II hero hon- state with a membership of 500. man; Mrs. Samuel Aaron and
orary citizens of Inkster. A res-
Mandel, originally from Riga, Sam Finegood.
olution adopted by the Ham- Latvia, resided in Israel from
Israel Eizen is B.B.Y.O. chair-
tramck City Council honoring
1949 through man for the Metropolitan Detroit
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Zpssman was read by the
1955. He is a Men's Council and Mrs. Alan
president of the Hamtramck
graduate of Stein for the Women's Council.
City Council, Zig Stackowicz.
Gratz College Julius Kahn, president of the
Messages of appreciation
in Philadel- Metropolitan Detroit Men's
were read from many army
phia,
receiving Council, and Mrs. Harry Bodzin,
officers, Weal and national
a degree as a president of the Women's Coun-
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officials, and there was a mes-
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sage of regret from President
bers
of
the
regional
board.
er. He gradu-
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YOUNG HEN TURKEYS
Participants in the program
Mandel • B.S. degree in for Play for Youth
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or SPRING PULLETS
education from the University of
The Jewish Theater for Chil-
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Pennsylvania with an M.S..W. de- dren is offering a prize of $1,000
600 0 0
JUMBO CARP
Lb.
gree from the School of Social for the best full length play for
Work. Mandel served as a camp children in English on a Jewish
counselor for many summers; as theme, it was announced by
a research assistant in youth
In Holland it's ....

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service for the board in Phila- Philip Kasakove, chairman of
the
theater.
This
is
the
eighth
Pint
Attic
delphia; as South-Central-Jersey
Jar '4113•
Bnai Brith Youth Organization time in as many years that the
gllShathen
director; counselor for Kent theater has offered a similar
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State Hillel Foundation at Kent prize in its annual Golden Pen
O I n Copenhagen it's
State University; and as assist- Playwriting Contest.
Funds for the prize are made
Qt. 00
ant B.B.Y.O. director of the
available by Norma U. Levitt, a
Btles. " " c
Ohio B.B.Y.O. region.
Mandel is a member of the member of the theater's board
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National Association of Social of directors. Prize winning
Workers, the Academy of Cer- manuscripts are given a profes-
Qt. atop
tified Social Workers, the Na- sional production.
S tk. I I. jr
Manuscripts
for
the
1963
com-
tional
Conference
on
Social
Wel-
O
fare and the National Associa- petition must be submitted no
tion of Jewish Communal Work- later than May 15, 1964. Rules
ers. He is a member of Tikvah of the contest may be obtained
by writing to the Jewish Theater
Lodge Bnai Brith in Detroit.
Above Specials Good Oct. 13 thru Oct. 17
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00
New
York.
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