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October 25, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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osium Announced for State
.6 -,q,St Region Conclave Nov. 3

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.:higan Zionist leaders will be Rabbi Ernst J. Conrad of
assemble at Temple Beth Ja- Temple Beth Jacob, Pontiac,
cob in Pontiac on Sunday, Nov. Richard B. Kramer, Detroit,
3, 1963, for the 13th annual Samuel Waldman, Midland, and
conference of the Michigan Re- Rabbi Harold S. White of Beth
gion, Zionist Organization of Israel Congregation, Ann Arbor.
America.
Rabbi Israel Goodman, of
The opening session, at 12 Congregation Bnai Israel, Pon-
noon, will be addressed by Dr. tiac, will preside at the work-
Sidney Marks, New York, na- shop session at 3 p.m., which
tional executive director of the will hear reports by Ezekiel
ZOA. Dr. Marks is a former pro- Leikin, regional director, and
fessor of law at New York Law Harry J. Binder, Flint, vice
School, a specialist in mass president of the region and
communications and an author- chairman of the nominations
iity on Israel and the Near committee.
East.
Serving on the convention
Morris M. Jacobs, honorary I committee are Morris . M. Ja-
president of the region, will , cobs, chairman, Thomas A. Hor-
preside, and Judge Ira G. Kauf- witz and Joseph Jacobson, Pon-
man, president of the ZOD, will tiac; Jack Moscov and Hyman
introduce the guest speaker.
Price, South Haven; Louis
Philip Slomovitz will moder- Kasle and Benzion Gotlib,
ate a symposium on the theme Flint; Jacob Ashendorf and Jo-
"Zionist and Friend of Israel," seph Simon, Muskegon; Rabbi
scheduled for 1:45 p.m. Parti- Joseph Katz and Cantor Mar-
cipating in the symposium will tin Glancz, Saginaw; Percy A.
Berman, Grand Rapids; Julius
E. Ginsberg, Bay City; Rabbi
Louis Sanker and Louis Merd-
ler, Midland; Rabbi Joseph
Schwarz, Benton Harbor; Rabbi
Myron Movsky, Kalamazoo and
Sherman Shapiro, M. Ben Lewis,
Dr. Bernard Weston, Detroit.
The public is invited to all
sessions. Reservations are being
taken at Zionist House, DI
1-0533.

Karen Burke Wed
to Alan Kurzman

Yeheskel Barnea, Consul in
charge of press and information
services for the midwest at the
Consulate General of Israel in
Chicago, will visit Detroit next
Tuesday evening, as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malamud,
in their home, 22511 S. Bell-
wood, Southfield.
Morris Lieberman, chairman
of the campaign, anticipates
that the response of those in-
vited to the reception at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Malamud
will set a favorable standard for
the conduct of the impending
drive, which has set as its 1964
goal the sum of $150,000.

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Mogilever Society
Plans Birthday Event

The Mogilever Progressive
Aid Society will celebrate its
34th anniversary with a banquet
at 5 p.m. Nov. 17 at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute.
David Lipson, grandson of
Mrs. S. Freedman, will give a
piano recital. Greetings will be
delivered by President Morris
Brown. In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. Becky Brodsky,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Lelichock and
Mrs. Sarah Wohl. Officers serv-
ing under Brown are Charles
Rubin, vice-president; Sam Wohl
and Morris Aruszky, secretaries;
Harry Charsofsky, treasurer;
and Harry Gotlieb, trustee.
Friends are invited.

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MRS. ALAN KURZMAN

Karen Nancy Burke was wed
to Alan Michael Kurzman on
Oct. 20 at the Statler - Hilton
Hotel.
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Burke, 5541 W.
Outer Dr., and Mr. and Mrs.
David Kurzman, 18221 Santa
Barbara.
The bride wore a floor-length
ivory peau de soie Bianci gown
fashioned with a scoop neckline,
elbow - length sleeves, fitted
waist band shaping into a con-
trolled bell skirt with a detach-
able chapel train. The front of
' the bodice and skirt of the gown
was appliqued with lace flowers
embroidered with crystals and
pearls. An ivory peau de sole
circlet appliqued with lace flow-
ers embroidered with crystals
and seed pearls held the petal
veil of imported ivory silk illu-
sion. She carried cascading grace
palm phalaenopsis with stepha-
notis and ivy on a prayer book.
Beverly Birnbaum, cousin of
the bride, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Carole Sutker
of Chicago, Ill., and Linda Katz.
Donald Kurzman served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Steven Burke, brother of
the bride; Harry Newman, Jr.,
Marshal Sandler, Stanford Solo-
vich and Norbert Birnbaum.
Flower girl was Edie Sue Fish-
man, cousin of the bride.
The newlyweds departed for
a California honeymoon. They
will reside at 19184 Appleton
upon their return.

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Marking Sinai Hospital's 10th

Nov. 10.
Members of the staff will pre-
sent exhibits and lectures on
topics including allergies, can-
cer, nuclear medicine, psychia-
try, cesarean sections, diabetes
and management of the stroke
patient.
Following each talk, there
will be a question period. Tours
will be conducted in the hos-
pital and to areas where ex-
hibits have been set up.
Refreshments will be served
under the suprevision of the
Sinai Hospital Women's Guild.
The topics discussed will be
presented primarily from the
viewpoint of Sinai's contribu-
tions in these areas. There
also will be discussion of the
outlook for the future develop-
ment of the hospital and the
hospital's role in medical edu-
cation.

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