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November 15, 1963 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-15

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Fri day, Nov. 15, 1963 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 26

People Make News

Mrs. Siegfried Kramarsy, na-
tional president of Hadassah,
presented the Henrietta Szold
Award to Dr.
Albert B. Sa-
bin, discoverer
of the ora l
anti-polio vac-
cine, at Hadas-
sah's national
convention in
Washing ton.
With the cita-
tion, Dr. Sabin
received a
$1,000 g i f t
Dr. Sabin
from Hadassah. The Henrietta
Szold Award was created in 1949
to perpetuate the memory of the
late founder of Hadassah. .
* *
LOUIS I. ZUCKERMAN, C.L.
U.; LAWRENCE D. SHAPIRO,
LESTER SCHOENBERG, JESSE
W. A NT MA N, - NOAH LAM-
BERT, ARNOLD L. FINE and
S A NF ORD V. LICHTERMAN
last week attended an advanced
underwriting seminar on busi-
ness insurance and insurance
for estate conservation conduct-
ed by the New York Life Insur-
ance Co. at South Bend, Ind.
* * *
Governor WILLIAM SCRAN-
TON of Pennsylvania will be
the guest speaker at the annual
Metropolitan dinner of the Zion-
ist Organization of America to
be held Nov. 26, at the New
York Hilton Hotel, in tribute to
the world Zionist leader Dr.
EMANUEL NEUMANN, on the
occasion of his '70th birthday.
* * *
ELAINE ROSEN has the lead
role in "The Taming of The
Shrew" being presented this
evening and tomorrow night at
Berkeley High School.
* * *
KAL GOULD of the M. James
Houlihan Agency was honored
as a leading first-year agent of
The Mutual Benefit Life Insur-
ance Co. at a recent conference
held in New York City.
* * *
Dr. WILLIAM L. BLOCK-
STEIN, assistant to the dean,
Wayne State University College
of Pharmacy, addressed the an-
nual meeting of district four
of the National Association of
Boards of Pharmacy and the
American Association of Col-
leges of Pharmacy, Monday, in
Madison, Wis. Dr. Blockstein,
of 24100 Seneca, Oak Park,
spoke on "An Analysis of the
National Manpower Survey."

Associate Justice ARTHUR J.
GOLDBERG of the United States
Supreme Court and nine Jewish
communal - leaders will be honor-
ed by the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America on Sunday.
Mr. Justice Goldberg will re-
ceive the honorary degree of
Doctor of Laws at a special
afternoon convocation at the
Seminary, and the ceremonies
will be attended by prominent
educators, theologians and lead-
ers of business, industry and
Jewish affairs.
* * *
Associate Justice of the Su-
preme Court ARTHUR J.
GOLDBERG will be the guest of
honor and principal speaker at
the 30th anniversary banquet of
the Ner Israel Rabbinical • Col-
lege, Baltimore.
* * *
National Commander DAN-
IEL NEAL HELLER of the Jew-
ish War Veterans may fly to
Moscow in the near future to
discuss the Soviet Jewish situa-
tion with Nikita Khrushchev.
Heller, a Miami attorney, re-
vealed his plans in a talk before
the Shaarey Zedek Synagogue
in New York.

Robert St. John
to Address Town
Hall, Wednesday

Stern-Lakind
Rites Solemnized

MRS. ROBERT STERN

In a double-ring candlelight
ceremony at Cong. Bnai Moshe,
Francine Lakind, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol P. Lakind of
Cherrylawn Ave., was wed to
Robert E. Stern, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Stern of Pennington
Dr., with Rabbi Moses Lehrman
and Cantor Louis Klein offici-
ating.
The bride wore a Bianchi
gown of ivory peau de soie ap-
pliqued with Alencon lace and
seed pearls. Her elbow-length,
three-tier veil was held in place
by an open pill box of matching
ivory Alencon lace. She carried
an arrangement of white orchids
and stephanotis on her confirm-
ation prayer book.
Judith Hencken was matron
of h on or. Bridesmaids were
Phyllis Ehrlich, Sharon Gins-
berg, Ann Tendler and Beverly
Rose. Sherrill Stern, the bride-
groom's niece, was flower girl.
Eliot Stern served his brother
as best man. Ushers were Don-
ald Lakind, brother of the bride,
Robert Schwartz, Ronald Sloan
and Phil Warheit. Also seating
guests were Barry Lakind and
Arnold Lakind, brothers of the
bride.
Following a honeymoon in
Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is-
lands, the couple will make
their home in Oak Park.

Robert St. J o h n, popular
author-reporter, will appear at
Detroit Town Hall, Wednesday,
to report On
his African
trip.
The program
will be held at
11 a. m. i n
Fisher Theat-
er.
St. John has
written a doz7
en books,
among them
St. John
"Ben Gurion:
The Biography of an Extra-
or dinar y Man"; "Boss: the
Story of Gamal Abdel Nasser";
"Shalom Means Peace;" and his Arts-Crafts Division
latest, a novel, "The Man Who
Played God," with the Hun- Election on Nov. 26
garian-Jewish war tragedy as
The arts and crafts division
of the Detroit Service Group
the theme.
will hold its biannual elections
at a noon luncheon, Wednes-
Gift Will Establish
day, Nov. 26, at the Jewish
Oral Surgery Clinic in Welfare
Federation, 163 Madi-
Israel Dental School
son. Nominees of the division
Mrs. Manville S. Harris, wife are:
of the late Dr. Manville S. Har- William M. Wetsman, chairman;
ris, a prominent Rochester den- Herbert A. Aronsson, David
JWB to Change Its tal surgeon, and his brother, Dr. G o l d b e r g, Gerald I. Sklar,
Harry Z. Harris, also of Roches- Richard Sloan, vice-chairmen;
ter, have contributed $50,000 to Arthur Robinson, Leonard N.
Programs for Jews
establish an oral surgery clinic Simons, Harvey Willens, coun-
in the Armed Forces in Israel's new dental school, it selors; Herbert A. Aronsson
J W B is embarking orcan or- I was announced by Lionel R. Bau- representative to the board of
ganic change in the way it will man, national president of the governors of the Jewish Wel-
serve the Jewish religious, edu- American Friends of the Hebrew fare Federation; Stanley R.
cational, cultural and social University.
Akers, Nathan Balaban, David
The Manville S. Harris Oral Goldberg, Alan E. Luckoff,
needs of Jewish military person-
nel stationed in the U n i t e d Surgery Clinic will be housed in Charles F. Rosen, William M.
States, and of hospitalized veter- the new $2,000,000 building Wetsman, representatives to
ans. This will complement the which the fraternity is helping the board of directors of the
Jewish chaplaincy and womens' to establish. The only school of Detroit Service Group.
organization programs which dentistry in Israel, and the only
The division board of direc-
major dental training center in tors nominees are: John Alex-
continue as in the past.
the
entire
Middle
East,
the
"He-
After April 1, 1964, JWB will
ander, H. Y. Levinson, Louis
provide expert advisory, consult- brew University-Hadassah School H. Luckoff, Philip R. Marcuse,
ative and resource services in of Dentistry, founded by Alpha Ruthven Simons, Charles G.
respect to community armed ser- Omega Fraternity," will have Stone, Morton Zieve, adver-
vices programs, instead of its the facilities, when its present tisers and artists; Leonard R.
present system in use since building program is completed, Frenkel, Louis M. Hinderstein,
World War II of direct JWB na- of training an average of 50 den- Ronald Kottler, Richard L. Kux,
tional operational and supervi- tists a year.
B e n j a min Nathanson, David
sory responsibility for local and
Safran, Philip Slomovitz, pub-
regional Jewish Armed Forces Moroccan Girl Is
lishers and printers; Stanley R.
and Veterans work. Henceforth, Student at Yeshiva U. Akers, Joseph Bing, Sol Bala-
the responsibility for operating
A 22-year-old Moroccoan girl ban, Kurt Ellenbogen, Mar-
these programs will be that of is studying at Yeshiva Univer- shall M. Miller, I. William Ober-
the local system of Jewish com- sity's Stern College for Women felder, paper products and of-
munity services.
in hopes of receiving a degree fice suppliers; David H. Dia-
This plan emphasizes the in- in English and eventually realiz- mond, musicians; Robert A.
tegration of military personnel ing her aim to become an inter- l3enyas, David Dombey, Mel
and their families into the on- preter.
Forman, Sam Garrick, photog-
going life of the local Jewish
Sylvia Dahan came to the raphers; Irwin W. Feldman,
community and adapts armed United States and Stern College Max Weinberg, florists; Adolph
services work to the normal for Women last September. She Goldberg, Joseph J. Lee, James
patterns of local and national has a baccalaureate from Lycee Nederlander, Lew Wisper, Jack
Jewish community organiza- Jeunes Fills which is in her na- Zide, amusements; Rogert S.
tions in America.
tive Rabat, Morocco.
Robinson, bowling lanes.

All-Day Institute For JWF Women
Will Draw 500 Next Wednesday

The problem of keeping 13,000
members of the Women's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Welfare
Federation informed about the
work of the Federation and the
65 separate organizations and
services it supports is stagger-
ing. One of the ways resorted
to by the division is to hold a
"no nonsense" all day institute.
"The 500 women who attend
the institute are our spokesmen
all year long," says Mrs. Philip
R. Marcuse, Women's Division
president.
The chairman of the Women's
Division annual institute, to be
held next Wednesday at the
Jewish Center, is Mrs. David J.
Schachter, regional president of
Hadassah who serves on Federa-
tion budget and planning com-
mittees for both health and wel-
Reservations for the annual
fare and community relations institute of the Women's Divi-
services. Mrs. Schachter's vice- sion, Jewish Welfare Federa-
chairmen are Mrs. Daniel E. tion, are exceeding all expec-
Cohn and Mrs. Ivor J. Kahn. A tations and Mrs. David J.
former institute chairman, Mrs. Schachter, Institute chairman,
Lewis B. Daniels, rounds out the and Mrs. Ivor J. Kahn, vice-
top management teams for the chairman, are indicating their
institute.
glee over the assured success
for the Nov. 26 event.
Henry L. Zucker, executive
director of the Jewish Corn- 4)
munity Federation of Cleve-
land, will sound the keynote Michaels to Address
in the morning and give the Zionist Branch 2
Branch Two, LZOA, will meet
main address in the afternoon
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the home
at this year's institute.
Panelists who will lead dis- of Mr.' and Mrs. A. Kutnick,
cussions are: Sidney M. Shevitz, 18039 Woodingham. Guest
president of the Jewish Com- speaker will be Al Michaels,
munity Council; Dr. Norm a n director of Histadrut.
Drachler, Assistant Superinten-
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