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October 25, 1963 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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Friday, October 25, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-28

People Make News

One of Israel's most gifted
and versatile young executives
has arrived here to begin a two
month series of university lec-
tures un d er
the joint spon-
sorship of the
nationwide
United Jewish
Appeal and
the Bnai Brith
Hillel Founda-
tions. Arie .
Eliav of Jeru....
salem, former,:
First Secre-
tary of Israel's
Embassy in
Moscow, will
address s t u -
dents and
faculty at 38
eastern col-
leges and uni-
versities, end- Eliav
ing Dec. 14. Many of his talks
will inaugurate campus cam-
paigns in behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal.
*
DANIEL KAPUSTIN, 21, son
of Rabbi and Mrs. Max Kapustin,
18690 Pinehurst, has been
named to the Dean's -List at
Yeshiva College in New York
City, Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean, an-
nounced. To qualify for the
Dean's List, a student must
maintain at least a 3.4 (B-plus)
academic average. Kapustin, a
senior, is majoring in physics.
* * *
Leaders of the three major
branches of the Jewish reli-
gious community in America
installed a prominent Baltimore
rabbi as president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America. The
installation ceremonies of Rabbi
Uri Miller, of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, Baltimore, took place
at the Carnegie International
Center, 345 E. 46th St., New

W. AVERELL HARRIMAN,

Undersecretary of State for Po-
litical Affairs, and SOLOMON
N. PETCHERS, treasurer of the
American Jewish Congress, have
been named winners of the 1963
Stephen S. Wise Awards, to be
presented at a dinner in New
York, Sunday evening.
* * *
Mrs. MAX M. ROSENBERG,
of Short Hills, N.J., was re-
elected national president of
Women's American Organiza-
tion for Rehabilitation Through
Training at the clOsing session
of ORT's 17th biennial national
convention, meeting at the New
York Hilton hotel.
* * *
MARVIN MELTZER has been
appointed Wayne County co-
ordinator of human relations
for the Democratic Part y by
David Lebenbom, chairman of
the Democratic Party County
Committee. Meltzer will work
with the Democratic district or-
ganizations and with his Repub-
lican counterpart in implement-
ing a bi-partisan program in
civil rights. Meltzer is director
of community and membership
relations for the Community
Health Association, a Detroit
area health care plan.
* * *
Israel Ambassador to the
United States, Avraham Har-
man, will join Chief Justice of
the United
States Earl
Warren, Israel
Foreign Minis-
ter Golda Meir
and Former.
Prime Min-
ister Mo s he
Sharett as a
guest speaker
at the United
Jewish Ap-
peal's 26th an-
nual national;;
York.
conference, to
* * *
be held Fri
BURT MEISEL, formerly of day, Dec. 6 to

Schlafer-Kingston
Engagement Told

"The Civil Rights Revolution
of 1963" and the role and lead-
ership responsibilities of Jewish
organizations will be the theme
of the season's opening delegate
assembly of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council, next Monday, 8:30
p.m., at the Jewish Conter.
United States Senator Philip
A. Hart will address the Coun-
cil delegates. Senator Hart is a
member of the Senate Judiciary
Committee which has been con-
sidering the currently pending
civil rights bill. He serves also
as chairman of Senate subcom-
mittees on Anti Trust and Mon-
opoly and on Refugees and Es-
MISS ARLENE SCHLAFER
capees. Formerly Michigan's
Dr. and Mrs. Murray Bergman Lieutenant Governor, Senator
of Warrington Dr. announce the
engagement of her daughter,
Arlene Gail Schlafer, to William
Kingston, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Kingston of Pierson Ave.
The prospective bridegroom
is a graduate of Wayne State
University College of Business
Administration and will enter
the Wayne State Law School
upon his return from military
duty. A December wedding is
planned.

Rokeach Re-label in
Its 58 Food Products

I. Rokeach & Co. has com-
pleted a two year program to
re-label its line of 58 diverse

food and household products,
Monroe Nash, president of the
90-year old concern which caters
to the Kosher household market
on a nationwide basis, an-
nounced.
The new labels were formu-
lated following an extensive
study conducted by Dr. Ernest
Dichter of the Institute for Mo-
tivational Research, Inc.
Rokeach, founded in 1870, was
a
pioneer
in the creation of con-
Detroit, former district man- 8 at the New
Harman
venience products for the Kosh-
ager of the Canada Life Assur- York Hilton in New York City. er household.
ance Company in Jackson, has
been transferred to the position

of branch manager of the Can-
ada Life Assurance Company in
Grand Rapids. JOSEPH BOLOT,
formerly of Shaw's Jewelry and
Joe Bolot General Insurance
Agency, has affiliated himself
on a full time basis with Meisel
and the Canada Life.
* * •
HOWARD H. FINSILVER,
manager, Business Men's Assur-
ance Company, was selected to
attend the dedication of the
new BMA Tower Home Office
Building, Oct. 21. He was an
official representative of BMA's
nation-wide field force. The
BMA Tower is one of Kansas
City's highest buildings.
• * *

JULES H. BERMAN, Washing-
ton, will talk on "Rehabilitation
Versus Relief" at a Forum on
Public Assistance Wednesday,
10 a.m., at the Pick Fort Shelby
Hotel. Dr. MARK L. K A H N,
chairman of the department of
economics, Wayne State Univer-
sity, and the Rev. GEORGE
VAN ANTWERP will lead a
panel discussion - following the
talk.
••
It-
BURKE MARSHALL, Assist-
ant U.S. Attorney Generalin
charge of the Civil Rights Divi-
sion, the Federal Government's
chief representative in the race
relations crisis, will address the
American Jewish Committee's
national executive board meet-
ing Nov. 2, at Edgewater Beach
Hotel, Chicago.
• • *
The election of Miss ELYNDA
GIBGOT of Flushing, N.Y., as
president of the national Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Council, was
announced by Theodore Comet,
director of the American Zionist
Youth Council.

N

Council Meeting Lydia Ruth Osof
to Be Addressed Weds Sy Ekus
by Senator Hart

SEN. PHILIP HART

Hart was the chairman of the
Michigan Christian Palestine
Committee.
A summary of Council com-
mittee activities will be present-
ed by Walter Klein, executive
director.
Rabbi Leon Fram, chairman of
the Council's newly formed sub-
committee on public schools, will
speak on the forthcoming mill-

the 1963 Freedom Fund dinner
of the River Rouge-Ecorse
N.A.A.C.P. The dinner will be
held at Latin Quarters, Nov. 17.
* * *
GLENN GOULD, the gifted
pianist who is acknowledged as
the world's finest performer of
the works of Johann Sebastian
Bach, will appear at the Ma-
sonic Auditorium Saturday eve-
ning, starting at 8:20 p.m.
* * *
Of the many means of reach-
ing an audience available to the
performer, in none is "Mr.
Showmanship," LIBERACE, quite
so comfortable as that of the

personal appearance. In none
does he find the reward so grati-
fying as in that immediate com-
munication that will exist be-
tween him and the audience
when he appears in Detroit's
Masonic Auditorium Saturday,
Nov. 8, 8:20 p.m.
* * •
When NORMAN LUBOFF and
the Norman Luboff Choir appear
at Detroit's Masonic Auditorium
on Nov. 9, it will signal their
debut appearance in Detroit;
for, although the unique artistry
of Luboff and his Choir is well
known to music lovers through-
out the world, the Fall of 1963
marks their very first "live"
tour.
* * •

The folk singing group "Im-
promptus," headed by Oak
Parker RON CODEN, is now ap-
pearing at McAvoys on James

Couzens.

Lydia Ruth Osoff became the
bride of Sy Ekus in a double-
ring ceremony Oct. 19 at Cong.
Ahavas Achim.
She is the daughter of Mrs.
Bernard Osoff and the late
Bernard Osoff. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ekus.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of ivory satin with a sab-
rina lace bodice. The newly-
weds planned a New York
honeymoon.

Haggai to Address
Hashomer-Hatzair

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Heralding the onset of ano-
ther season on the slopes will
be the 1964 second annual DE-
TROIT SKI FAIR, Nov. 8, 9 and
10, at Detroit Light Guard
Armory, 4400 E. Eight Mile
Road.
• • •

The opening Monday of a new
branch bank locally will signal
the beginning of DETROIT
BANK & TRUST's current one
million dollar branch office ex-
pansion program. The bank's
dramatic new office opposite the
New Orleans Mall Shopping
Center at Greenfield and Ten
Mile Roads in Royal Oak Town-
ship will replace temporary quar-
ters the bank has occupied on
the site since July of 1962.
• • •



"The Kibbutz in Israel and
the Israel Labor Movement" will
be the topic of an address by
Jeremiah Haggai, member of
Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Labor Zionist
Institute, at a meeting of Ameri-
cans for Progressive Israel —
Hashomer Hatzair.
Haggai, a native Detroiter and
one of the founders of Hasho-
mer Hatzair in Detroit, has lived
in Israel since 1936. A social
hour will follow the question-
and-discussion period. The meet-
ing is open to the public.

age vote.
MUSIC BY
Hostesses at a social hour will
be the Music Study Club of De- •
troit under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Henry Weinberg, assisted •
by Mesdames A. Victor Bizer, •
Herbert Eskin, Max Reich, Nor- •

Making its first appearance in man Allan, and Arthur Purdy.
His Continental Orchestra
Detroit, the spectacularly staged
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is the company's second tour of
the United States and Canada,
following their first appearance
in this country last spring.
Elegant . . .

News Brevities

HERMAN GLASS, administra-
tor of the Sidney A. Sumby Hos-
pital, was chosen chairman of

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