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October 11, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-11

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The Sherman Family Club celebrated its 16th anniversary
with dinner and dancing at the Elmwood Casino in Windsor on
Tuesday evening.
Max and Ella Goodman, former Detroiters now living in
Tucson, Ariz., were guests last week of Mrs. Goodman's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silverstein of Detroit. They were entertained
by Phil and Muriel Silverstein of Oak Park, brother and sister-in-
law of Mrs. Goodman; cousins Chuck and Charlotte Basin; and
Dave and Marion Goodman, brother and sister-in-law of Mr.
Goodman. Before coming here, the Goodmans visited their
son, Jack, stationed with the U.S. Air Force at Coco Beach, Fla.
Dr. May-Ben Merom, wife of Histadrut leader Merom-Merem-
insky, was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Sislin, 19508
Griggs, during the holidays. Before returning to her home in
Israel, she attended a conference in New York on child psychology
and delivered a lecture on comparative education at St. Bank
College.
Dr. William Haber, Dean of the College of Literature, Science
and the Arts at the University of Michigan, and president of
American ORT Federation, and Isidore Sobeloff, executive vice
president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit, will be
among the speakers at the 32nd General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, in Hollywood, Fla.,
Nov. 6-10.
Five Michigan students are included this fall in the largest
freshmen class (412) ever at Brandeis University. They are
Adele Ann Sternberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stern-
berg, 909 North Farragut, Bay City; Judy Diane Drachler, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Drachler, 18971 Littlefield, Detroit;
Michael Eric Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross, 19435 Stoepel,
Detroit; Avrom Karl Surath, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith,
3803 Orchard, Midland; and William Sumner Boeschenstein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Boeschenstein, 1390 Glen, Muskegon.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Kalef and daughter, former
Detroiters, will make their home in Winnipeg, Canada. Kalef,
formerly with the Detroit Jewish Center, has been appointed
director of the Red River Region of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and the northwest region,
covering Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Fish hosted a '75th birthday party
celebration in honor of their brother-in-law, Morris Wasserman.

MEN'S CLUBS

TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S
CLUB will present "An Evening
With the Rabbis" 8:30 p.m. Oct.
24 at the Temple. Dr. Leon Fram
and Rabbi M. Robert Syme will
participate in an informal dis-
cussion of their roles as spiritual
leaders. Refreshments will be
served. Fr i en d s are invited.
Chairman of the event is Morris
W. Stein.

Seidman to Address
Workmen's Circle
District Conference

HERSHEL SEIDMAN
The opening session of the
56th annual Michigan District
Conference of the Workmen's
Circle will feature Hershel
Seidman of New York as key-
note speaker 8:30 p.m. Oct. 18
at the W. C. Educational Cen-
ter, 18340 W. Seven Mile.
Seidman was a teacher in the
W. C. school system for a num-
ber of years, being a graduate
of the Teachers Seminary. He
was also an organizer in the
English Division of Workmen's
Circle and a director in the
W. C. Camp. He is now cashier
of the Jewish Daily Forward in
the business office, a member
of the National Executive Com-
mittee, W. C., and vice-chairman
of the National Organizations
Committee.

CONG. BNAI DAVID MEN'S
Club will hold the first in a
series of lecture brunches 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue, f ea t u r in g world
traveler and photographer Isa-
dore Berger. He will speak on
"Around the World in 365
Days." Friends are invited. Dr.
Mel Ravitz, Detroit Councilman
and Wayne State University pro-
fessor of sociology, will lecture
Oct. 27 on "The Negro Revolu-
tion."
* * *
MOSAIC LODGE, F.&A.M.,
will hold its annual "Nite of
Nites" dinner-dance Oct. 20 at
the Elmwood Casino, which will
feature Earl Grant and a star-
studded floor show, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Nathan Star-
man, worshipful master. For
dinner reservations, call Morris
Watnick, UN 3-9402, or Mitchell
Goldstone.
* * *
THE MEN'S CLUBS OF TEM-
PLE BETH AM will hold a
breakfast meeting 9:30 a.m.
Sunday at Coolidge School, Li-
vonia. Rabbi David Jessel will
discuss "The Problem of Drug
Addiction in America Today."
All members of the Temple
Men's Club and the community
are invited.
* * *
BETH AARON SYNA-
GOGUE MEN'S CLUB will pre-
sent Lawrence Gubow, U.S. At-
torney General for the Eastern
District of Michigan, as guest
speaker at a stag dinner 6:30
p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue. Abbe Halem is vice-
president of programming. For
tickets, call chairmen Harry
Galens,
342-0344; Maynard Feld-
,
man, or the synagogue.
* * *
ADAS SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will hold its annual festival
dance Saturday at the syna-
gogue. Sammy Wolfe will pro-
vide the music. Refreshments
will be served. For information,
call the synagogue office or
chairmen Bill Zimmerman or
Dr. Louis Beresh.

Labor Zionists Meet

A meeting of the Labor
Zionist Council of Detroit will
be held Tuesday evening at the
Labor Zionist Institute. For in-
formation, call DI 1-0131.

Samuel Shapiro, former pro-
fessor of history at Michigan
State University at Oakland,
who also was a Fulbright pro-
fessor in Argentina, in "In-
visible Latin America," pub-
lished by Beacon Press, urges
the U. S. to recognize Latin
American independence and to
"deal with Latin nations on the
basis of equality."
Declaring that "the decade of
dollar diplomacy, of the Monroe
Doctrine and the Big Stick, the
years when an American Secre-
tary of State could behave to-
ward Latin American sheep as a
shepherd—or a wolf—are over,"
Dr. Shapiro offers 17 sugges-
tions for action by our Govern-
ment in dealing with Latin
American situations.
He proposes that "we ought
to stop talking about free trade
and begin practicing it." He
urges that we arrive "at reason-
able prices for Latin American
commodity exports."
Dr. Shapiro declares that
"we need better diplomatic
representatives in Latin
America—in President Ken-
nedy's words, 'the best men
available.' "
He endorses Milton Eisen-
hower's 1958 slogan of "a hand-
shake for dictators and an
abrazzo for democratically elect-
ed rulers," and declares "it is
immoral to supply Latin dicta-
tors with United States tanks,
machine guns, and training mis-
sions so that they can 'fight
communism.' " He is as critical
of the Kennedy administration
in dealing with Castro as he is
of the preceding one.
Dr. Shapiro urges U. S. aid in
Latin American educational ef-
forts as well as their economic
programs and the channeling of
aid as much as possible to rural
areas. He encourages support of
agrarian reform programs, of
giving high priority to massive
birth control campaigns. He ad-
vises the slowing down of the
flight of private capital from
Latin America.
He also urges encourage-
ment for a Latin American
version of the Common Mar-
ket, that U. S. aid should be
channeled through UN and
OAS.
Latin American independence,
he declares, should be recog-
nized and Latin nations should
be dealt with on the basis of
real equality.
Soine form of socialism must
be recognized in that area, he
states. He condemns American
advertising tactics in dealing
with Latin America and states
that changes must be effected
in U. S. foreign policy.

JWV Activities

DETROIT POST 135 will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
JWV Memorial Home, 4095 W.
Davison. A resolution rescind-
ing the by-laws of the past will
be discussed. All members are
asked to attend.
* *
THE DETROIT LADIES
AUXILIARY will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at the memorial home.
Cancer pads will be sewn 10:30
a.m. Oct. 21. Interested persons
should contact Martha Kaplan,
864-2324.
* * *
SGT. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN AUXILIARY will hold its
paid - up membership cocktail
party g:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Daniel Kalter,
25619 Southwood, Southfield.
On Oct. 19, the Silverman Post
and Auxiliary will participate
in the Department of Michigan
joint hospital party at the Ann
Arbor Veterans Hospital. Vol-
unteers are asked to call Mrs.
William Levitt, chairman, LI
5-3720.

Federations Council
Assembly to Consider
All Jewish Needs

Twelve hundred representa-
tives of 217 central community
organizations serving more than
5,000,000 Jews in the United
States and Canada will con-
vene for the 32nd General As-
sembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Federatoins and Welfare
Funds at Hotel Diplomat, Holly-
wood, Fla., Nov. 6-10, it was
announced by Samuel Feldgoise
of Philadelphia, chairman of
the Assembly program commit-
ee.
Confronting an agenda which
runs a broad gamut of Jewish
needs, responsibilities and pur-
poses here and abroad, they
will focus on community plan-
ning, the financing of essential
services, the raising and distri-
bution of philanthropic funds,
recruiting and developing lead-
ership, and the improvement
and expansion of health, wel-
fare, education and other pro-
grams to meet the mounting
needs of the Jewish people.
Detroiters serving on the na-
tional program committee for
the assembly are William Av-
runin, Mrs. Theodore Bargman
and George M. Stutz.

MISS ANN GETZ
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Getz
of Appoline Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Ann Sharron, to Michael Bruce
Small, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing H. Small, of W. Seven Mile
Road.
The prospective bridegroom
attended the University of
Michigan and is a senior at the
University of D e tr o i t Law
School. He is affiliated with
the Gamma Eta Gamma Law
In production of peaches,
fraternity.
Michigan stands near the top
nationally, with a harvest that
Absentee Ballots Ready in some years has reached near-
Absentee voters ballots for ly 4,000,000 bushels.
the Special Election of Nov. 5,
called by the School District of
the City of Detroit relative to
the School Millage Proposition
are now available for distribu-
tion to Detroit Electors who
will be unable to attend the
polls in person, City Clerk
and ENTERTAINMENT
Thomas D. Leadbetter an-
BY
nounced.
Detroit voters who are ill, or
who will be out of the City on
Nov. 5, may procure a ballot
UN 3-5730
by directing a letter or postal
UN 3-8982
card to the City Clerk, 202 City-
County Building, Detroit 48226.

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21-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 11, 1963

ctivities in Society

Changes in Latin Ann Getz to IVed
American Policy Michael B. Small
Urged by Shapiro

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