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January 10, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-10

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Friday, January 10, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S-30

Facilities to Be Opened for Limited Use
on Saturday at Jewish Center of Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) — bath, its meaning and its im-
The facilities of the Greater At- portance in Jewish life today."
lantic City Jewish Community iFollowing this program, he
Center have been opened for said, the lounge, swimming pool
limited use on Saturday after- and health club will be avail-
noons, beginning at 1:30, accord- able, although no league or
ing to a decision by the organ- other organized competitions
ization's board of governors. will be allowed. Smoking will
David M. Perskie, president of not be permitted, and vending
the center, said that the Satur- machines will not be operated.
day afternoon programs will be For those who desire to use
"constant with the spirit of the • them, he said, there will be
Sabbath." strip tickets on sale in advance,
Each Saturday afternoon, so that they need not handle
he said, there will be "a brief cash.
The Synagogue Council of
interesting and meaningful
Atlantic City, comprised of
• program devoted to the Sab-
rabbinical and congregational
organizations of the Orthodox,
Rothenber g New
Conservative and Reform de-
nominations, has protested
Worshipful Master
C
against the Center's
Sabbath
plans.
of Craftsman Lodge
A letter to the Center from
Harry Rothenberg was in- the local synagogue council le-
stalled as Worshipful Master of affirmed the position of the na-
Craftsman
tional organization, the Syna-
Lodge 521
gogue Council of America, cal-
F. & A.M. at
ling for "a moratorium on Sab-
t h e Scottish
bath openings" in Jewish cen-
Rite Cathedral
ters.
in the Masonic
Temple.
Other offi-
cers installed
were Ronald
Schwartz, sen-
i o r warden;
Steven Mandel)
Rothenberg
junior warden;
Samuel Starkman, senior dea-
Last Week's Winner of the
con; and Dr. David Friedman,
junior deacon.
A dinner and reception fol-
lowed the installation in the
Fountain Ballroom.
MRS. BRENDA LEVINOWSKY

nnouncetnents

"RASKIN
BIG BABY BONUS"

(Son, 9 lbs.)

Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel Orders Fish
from Israel Waters

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Israel Fish Breeders Union
received an order from the
world-famous Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel in New York for a half
to__ of "St. Peter's Fish," a
gourmet delicacy bred in the
waters of Lake Kineret. The
order followed a sample ship-
ment which proved successful
at a special gourmet dinner held
at the hotel.

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your son and we hope the
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Jan. 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney M. Seltzer (C arolann
Dvorin), 2345 Chaucer, Over-
land, Mo., formerly of Detroit,
a daughter, Beth Lisa.
*
Jan. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jonathan F. Haber (Barbara
Mirzoeff) of Huntington Woods,
a daughter, Jody Lynn.
* *
Jan. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Silk of Sydney, Austra-
lia (Rebecca Gilbert, formerly
of Detroit), a daughter, Leslie
Ninon.

Dec. 31 — to Dr. and Mrs.
Arnold Sokol (Judith Dixler)
of 19160 Votrobeck Dr., a son,
James Mitchell.
*
Dec. 28 — to Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Koby (Florence Brooks),
18660 Freeland, a daughter,
Pamela Sharon.

* * *

Annual League Donor
Jan. 15 to Feature
Singer and Speaker

Mrs. Samuel P. Baker, pres-
ident of the Detroit League of
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute a n d
Hospital a t
Denver, an-
nounces that
the annual
d on or lunch-
eon, to be held
next Wednes-
day, at 12:30
p.rn. at t h e
Shaarey Zedek
social hall in
Mrs. Melik
Southfield, will
feature Shirley Monson as guest
artists and Mrs. Abraham Melik
of Maplewood, N.J., a member
of the national CARIH board of
directors, as guest speaker.
Mrs. Melik, who studied at
Brooklyn College and Rutgers,
is active in her community's
congregational movements, in

Israel Ambassador Abraham Harman
Confers with Rusk on Mid East Picture

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Is-
rael Ambassador Avraham Har-
man held a one-hour meeting
with Secretary of State Dean
Rusk. It was his first business
meeting with Rusk since Lyn-
don B. Johnson assumed the
presidency.
Harman recently returned
from brief consultations with
his government in Jerusalem.
It is understood that his meet-
ing with Secretary Rusk was
devoted to a review of the
current Middle East situation.
Harman presumably conveyed
to the secretary the views of
the Israel government on recent
developments in the area.
The ambassador was accom-
panied by Minister Mordecai
Gazit and Counselor Shaul Bar-
Haim.
Walter Cedwick, deputy sec-
retary general of the Organiza-
tion of American States, left for
Israel for consultations on the
expansion of technical coopera-
tion between Israel and Latin
America.
Cedwick is scheduled to

Radomer Society Sets
Yizkor Observance

Mrs. Baker

Mrs. Monson

the American Jewish Congress,
New Jersey Federation of Jew-
ish Women and a number of
other national and local causes
Mrs. Munson has appeared in
many programs, on radio, TV
and public functions, specializ-
ing in folk songs—Yiddish, tra-
ditional American and Israeli—
as well as classical selections.
Reservations for the lunch-
eon, proceeds from which will
aid the non-sectarian research
institute and hospial, are still
available by calling Mrs. Baker,
UN. 4-0302; the fund-raising
chairman, Mrs. Sidney Wallace,
LI 3-0307; or Mrs. Joshua Kar-
bal, ticket chairman, UN 2-5607.

Six Jewish Lawyers

Honored in Ontario

TORONTO, (JTA) — A num-
ber of Jewish barristers were
among the 79 named Queen's
Counsel in the New Year's list
announced by the attorney
general of the province of On-
tario. •
Among those now entitled
to the letters QC after their
names are: Fred Ganz, Ben
Levinter, Mark Orkin, Carl A.
Stone and David Walfish of
Toronto; and Ben Shekter of
Hamilton.

Bar Mitzvahs

Dec. 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven
Sheldon J. Weisberg (Barbara
Rubenfine), 21645 Stratford David Bank will be observed at
Court, Oak Park, a daughter, services Saturday at Temple
Ramah, Northridge, Calif.
Lisa Robin.

Radomer Mutual Society will
hold its annual Yizkor observ-
ance 8:30 p.m. Jan. 19 at the
Hayim Greenberg Center.
The Yahrzeit is in memory of
the 30,000 Jews of Radom,
Poland, who were annihilated
by the Nazis. Rabbi Herbert
Eskin will deliver the Yizkor
message, and Cantor Lawrence
Vieder will recite the El Mole
Rachamim. Guests are invited.

confer with Israel Foreign
Minister Golda Meir, Deputy
Prime Minister Abba Eban
and Finance Minister Pinhas
Sapir, as well as with top of-
ficials of the foreign ministry.
It is understood that the main
subject of the discussion will
be the extension and possible
increase in the number of schol-
arships and courses Israel is
providing for Latin American
countries in the framework of
an agreement between the For-
eign Ministry's International
Cooperation Department a n d
the Organization of American
States.

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Dec. 18 — to Mr. and Mrs.
George Glatter (Rafelle Rom),
17130 Birchcrest, a daughter,
Melissa Leigh.
*
Dec. 11—To Mr. and' Mrs.
Sheldon Moggel (Rosetta Klee)
a son, Steven Jeffrey.
* * *
Dec. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Goldstein (Corinne Dorb),
23171 Radclift, Oak Park, a son,
Darryl Louis.

Jewish Boy Is Hero
of Depression Novel

"Hurray for Me" by S. J. Wil-
son, a novel about a 5:year-old
Jewish boy growing up in
Brooklyn during the Depres-
sion, will be published Feb. 17
by Crown Publishers, Inc.
Postponed from fall 1963 be-
cause of the enthusiasm it
aroused in the trade, "Hurray
for Me" reveals poverty and
sadness, but comedy, too, in a
close-knit neighborhood during
the early '30's.

Ottawa Jewish Family
Donates $450,000 for
Medical Research Center
OTTAWA, (JTA)—A $450,-
000 gift to build a medical
research center at the Ottawa
Civic Hospital, has been con-
tributed by the Loeb Founda-
tion established by a leading
Jewish family of this city. The
research center, the first such
facility in Ottawa, will be dedi-
cated to the memory of • Moses
and Rose Loeb, parents of the
donor. family, and of the late
Dr. Henry H. Loeb, a brother
of the donors who practiced at
the hospital until his death in
1949.
The five surviving brothers
who made g i :f t s are Norman,
Bertram, Jules, David and Dr.
Lazarus. Bertram Loeb is the
first vice-president of the
Zionist Organization of Canada,
national chairman of the
United Israel Appeal of Canada
and president of Supersol,
Israel's supermarket chain.

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