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October 25, 1963 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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ISRAEL LODGE will initiate
its new members 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Melvin Weisz, president
of Metropolitan Detroit Men's
Council, will officiate.
* * *
CHAPTER will hold a rummage
sale 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday at the Ameri-
can Legion Hall, 1741 Liver-
nois. Proceeds will go to Bnai
Brith philanthropies, according
to Mrs. Monte Serling, chair-
man. For information, • call VE
* * *
its annual ADL meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. Irving Rubin,
assistant highway commissioner
* * *
and Mrs. Meyer B. Cohen
and chairman of the Bagley
LOUIS MAR SHALL will Community Council, will be of Indianapolis, Ind., announce
hold its 17th annual "Night guest speaker. The public is the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Barbara Lee, to Dr. Charles
of Games" 8 p.m. Nov. 13 at the invited.
Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Labor Zionist Institute, an-
Sam Solomon, 20574 Rutherford.
nounced Joseph Feldman, presi-
The bride-elect is a graduate
dent of the lodge Benevolent
of Indiana University's School
Fund. Proceeds will be used to
of Dental Hygiene. Her fiance
help the sick. Other Fund offi-
cers are Mrs. Carl (Gertrude)
Samuel S. Greenberg, chair- is a graduate of Wayne State
Pearl, vice-president; Carl Pearl, man of the board of the Jewish University, where he was af-
treasurer; and Mrs. Harry (Es- Occupational Council, an- filiated with Gamma Kappa Chi,
and the University of Michigan
telle) Kaufman, secretary. Ar- nounced that
School of Dentistry, where he
rangements for the event are the Baron de
was a member of Alpha Omega
under the direction of Karl C. Hirsch Fund,
professional dental fraternity.
Berg and Thomas Zohott. Re- New York,
A winter wedding is planned.
freshments and prizes will high- has made
light the affair. For tickets, call funds avail
Mrs. Thomas Zohott, ticket able to the
Sinai Hospital Names
chairman, UN 3-1674. In a re- Council for a
Donald P. Connelly as
cent campaign to enroll new new kind of
members who would also enroll s c holarship
Assistant Director
in the Bnai Brith Major Medical program t o
Donald P. Connelly, 39, has
Expense sponsored by the Order, finance tech-
been named assistant director of
Sidney Stolsky, liason officer of nical training
Sinai Hospital of Detroit.
Louis Marshall Lodge, awarded for qualified
Connelly, 6025 Hillcrest, was
a watch to James N. Laker, edi- students grad-
person- pmpp:ip::–
tor of Marshall News and public uating from
n e 1 • director • •-•
relations director- of the Met- high school.
for five years.
ropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
JOC has
He is a gradu-
Men's Council, and a watch to
named the
ate of Wayne
Alex Gottlieb, Lodge Israel
chairman, for being the first to
sity, a member
obtain these members. Stolsky tional Service of Detroit one
has extended the campaign to of the participants in the new of the Bureau
of National Af-
end on Dec. 31. Any member of program.
Robert Kasle, president of fairs and is
Marshall Lodge or Chapter who
signs up two new members who JVS, said that the program is vice - president
will also enroll in the Bnai meant to encourage high of the Person-
Brith Major Medical Expense school graduates who do not nel Directors
Program, or any member who intend to continue their edu- Association of the Detroit Area
obtains three present members cation at the college level to Hospital Council.
Sinai also announced the pro-
of the Lodge or Chapter will get the training that will qual-
ify them for positions in some motion of George Kucab from
receive a watch from Stolsky.
* * *
technical field.
assistant chief engineer to chief;
Scholarships are available for the appointment of Mrs. Onie
present "Tax Reform For both boys and girls who want McClinton as executive house-
Michigan" 8:30 p.m. Wednesday to enroll in technical or occupa- keeper, and of Robert Cooper as
in the Oak Park Community tional training courses such as director of the medical photog-
Center. Robert Danhoff, Gov. dental hygiene, drafting, occu- raphy department.
Romney's executive assistant pational therapy, electronics,
Kucab, 38, of 15300 Tacoma,
for legislative, affair s, will and many others. Scholarships on the Sinai staff since 1959,
speak. The public is welcome. will be awarded on the basis is a former City of Detroit en-
* * *
of academic qualifications and gineer. Mrs. McClinton, 1876Le-
OAK-WOODS LODGE will financial need. All Jewish high Blanc, Lincoln Park, was for
hold a hayride and dinner Nov. school students who believe three years director of house-
2 at Uplands Farms. The group they are qualified are invited keeping services for the general
will meet 8:30 p.m. at Nine Mile to call JVS, WO 1-8570, for hospital division of Wayne Coun-
and Coolidge in Oak Park.
further information.
ty General Hospital. Cooper, 36,
of 21232 Hunt Club, Harper
Woods, was chief medical pho-
tographer at Henry Ford Hospi-
tal for the last eight years.

New Scholarship
Program for JVS

City of Hope Cancer Fighters Plan
Glamorama Lunch, Fashion Show

The Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith called for full
support of the Michigan Civil
Rights Commission.
Archie Katcher, chairman of
the Michigan board of ADL, in-
cluded the plea in his report,
which ,opened the League's fall
session in Detroit on Sunday.
Sol I. Littman, ADL's Mich-
igan director, outlined specific
ways in which the league, as a
voluntary body, could support
the work of the commission:
1. Heighten the educational

Senator Ribicoff
to Talk on USSR
Jewry on Nov. 10
U. S. Senator Abraham Ribi-

program of all groups in the
field of human relaitom go
that the social atmosphere 18
hospitable to. " 'the work of' the
State Commission.
2. Urge the local community-
to create a municipal human-
relations body, which -through-
its research and educational
activities will prompt heighten-:
ed concern for equal oppor-•
3. Where local commissions
already exist, encourage munici-:
pal authorities to use it posi-
tively, in order to face issue _ s
4. Encourage the hiring of
skilled, adequately trained
human relation specialists by
local communities.

coff will discuss the issues fac-
Music the - Stein-Way
ing Russian Jewry in his ad-
dress here on Nov. 10 at the
annual dinner of businessmen's
group of Yeshivath Beth Ye-
Senator R i b i c o f f has an-
nounced that the title of his
address will be "Soviet Perse-
cution of Jews — Challenge to .4 PLASTIC FURNITURE
World's Conscience."
The dinner is being given to
spur the Beth Yehidah schools'
building fund campaign.


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Round Table to Show
Brotherhood Movies'

A first annual film festival
has been announced by the
Women's Division of the De-
troit Round Table of The Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews to be held 12:30 p.m.
Nov. 7 at Northland Audi-
torium. This is a combination
fund-raising and informational
project. Mrs. Philip Bernstein,
film chairman, has selected
"Brotherhood" films for projec-
tion. Sara Colvin, director of
Education, will comment on the
use of the films. Refreshments
will be served.



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Criterion Club Sets
Masquerade Parti-gras

The Criterion Club stages its
annual "Masquerade and Parti-
Gras" 9 p.m. Saturday at the
Oak Park Community Center, it
is announced by President Wil-
liam Fleisher.
Popular dancing, a floor show,
social mixers, favors, holiday
refreshments and 15 prizes to
be awarded for outstanding cos-
tumes in all categories are
slated. Wearing of costumes or
half-masks will be optional. The
public is invited.

City of Hope Cancer Fighters are completing arrange-
ments for their "Glamorama Luncheon and Fashion Show" to
be held Oct. 30 at the Armenian Culture Center. Music will
be provided by Frankie Paul, according to Mrs. Elliot Schu-
biner, vice-president of fund-raising who is directing the affair.
Working on decorations are, from left, (seated) Mesdames
Isidore Epstein, Percy Swartz, Jack Gorback, (standing) Morris
Lezerson and Louis Markle, chairman of the afternoon. For
tickets, call Mrs. Lezerson, LI - 6-7360, or -Mrs.• Gorback.

ADL Board Calls for Full Support
of Michigan Civil Rights Comm.

Workmen's Circle 156
Sets Panel Discussion

Workmen's Circle Branch 156
will present a panel discussion
on current events 9 p.m. today
at the Workmen's Circle Educa-
tion Center. Panelists will be
Joseph Bernstein, Dr. Shmarya
Kleinman and Solomon W.
Schkloven. Refreshments will be

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27-TH E DETROIT' JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, Octob er 25, 1963

Bnai Brith Activities

will honor Judge Benjamin D.
Burdick, a long-time lodge mem-
ber 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 5 at Boe-
sky's.. Presi-
dent Max Lie-
berman w i 11
present Bur-
dick • with an
American flag
for his court-
room. Attend-
ing this event
Burdick will be judges
Theodore Levin, Nathan
J. Kaufman, Victor Baum, John
J. Wise, Ira Kaufman, George
D. Kent, Joseph Pernick, Bur-
ton R. Shifman and Harvey
Tennen. Refreshments will be

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