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January 17, 1964 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-17

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Friday, January 17, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-24

Fox-Sill Nuptials
Are Solemnized

People Make News

AARON LEBOW is general
A check from the Bnai Brith
Israel Scholarship Program was chairman of a theater party
sponsored by the National Soc-
presented re-
iety of Interior Designers to
cently to Israel
benefit the March of Dimes.
Ambassador
Cole Porter's "You'll Never
Avraham Har-
Know" will be held Wednesday
man by Benja-
at Vanguard Playhouse. MR. and
min J. Doft of
MRS. BEN MORGANROTH are
New York,
ticket chairmen; and MRS. SAM-
chairman o f
UEL DANTO, special events
the Bnai Brith
chairman for March of Dimes
program. A
women's activities.
total o f 220
* * *
needy Israeli
youths are now
DR. SAMUEL K. MIRSKY,
a t tending
professor of rabbinics at Ye-
academic or Dolt
shiva University's B e r n a r d
vocational high schools on Bnai Revel Graduate School, has
Brith tuition scholarships of published the third volume of
up to $300 each.
his edition of the Sheeltot of
* * *
Rav Ahai Gaon. This series of
AUSTIN A. KANTER, of lectures is on the Pentateuch,
National Life of Vermont, and edited and written by the
RUDOLPH LEITMAN, of New eighth c e n t u r y Babylonian
York Life, have earned mem- scholar Rav Ahai.
bership in the 1964 Million Dol-
*
*
lar Round Table.
PAUL
J.
ABELE,
19901
* * *
HOWARD H. FINSILVER, Littlefield, has been named
manager of the Detroit branch chairman of the 1964 Easter
office of the Business Men's Seal Campaign. He holds the
Assurance Co., will attend the post for the fifth consecutive
1964 BMA Branch Managers Year. The appointment is an-
Conference, Jan. 12 - 14, in nounced by Alf r e d H. Mc-
Keown, president of the Detroit
Chandler, Ariz.
Society for Crippled Children
* * *
One of America's most cele- and Adult s, Inc., 17330
brated cartoonists is commuting Schaefer. Assisting Abele on
between the drawing board and the fund raising committee
the typewriter these days. He's will be a committee that in-
L'il Abner's creator, AL CAPP, cludes Milton I. Brand.
* *
whose autobiography, now well
along, will be published by
The ORT award for achieve-
Random House.
ment in the field of human deve-
* *
lopment and training will be
World Jewish Congress head- presented to R. SARGENT
quarters in New York will be SHRIVER, director of the Peace .
represented by MRS. PHILIP I. Corps, it was announced by Dr.
BERMAN of Allentown, Pa., at William Haber, president of the
the UNICEF executive board American ORT Federation. The
meeting Jan. 13-24, in Bangkok, presentation will be made at the
Thailand. Mrs. Berman, who rep- organization's national confer-
resents the World Jewish Con- ence Sunday, at Hotel Commo-
gress on the executive of the dore, New York. The last recipi-
n o n governmental organization ent of the award was the late
board of UNICEF will also at- Herbert H. Lehman.
*
*
tend a conference of the Inter-
national Council of Women to
Rabbi BERNARD SEGAL, a
precede the UNICEF session.
member of the board of the
* * *
World Council of Synagogues,
MRS. ALFRED E. LAKIN of left New York for a trip around
Detroit, president of Bnai Brith the world to make preliminary
Women District No. 6, will open arrangements for the organiza-
the district's midyear board of tion's international convention
directors meeting Jan. 18-20 at in July. Rabbi Segal is the ex-
the Morrison Hotel, Chicago. ecutive director of the United
She will deliver a "state of the Synagogue of America. The con-
union" address at the event, vention will be held in Mexico
marking Bnai Brith's 120th an- City July 20-24, according to an
niversary of community service. announcement by convention
MRS. PHILLIP FEALK, also of chairman Bert Go d f r e y of
Detroit, will be chairman of a Toronto.
Jan. 19 luncheon marking the
50th anniversary of the Anti-
An average motorist in this
Defamation League. Mrs. Fealk
is third vice president and ADL country burns up 783 gallons
gas a year.
chairman.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

MRS. GEORGE FOX

Joan Ilene Sill, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sill of
Sussex Ave., Oak Park, be-
came the bride of George Fox
recently at Temple Emanu-El,
Oak Park.
The bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Daniel Fox of 20410
Schaefer and the late Mr. Fox.
Officiating at the double-ring
ceremony was Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with a round
neckline, bracelet-length point-
ed sleeves and fitted bodice of
hand-run Alencon lace and
seed pearls. Her floor-length
sheath skirt was trimmed with
matching lace and pearls and
featured a detachable chapel
train. She wore a crown of
ivory illusion roses and pearls,
with a shoulder-length veil of
silk illusion.
Barbara Sill, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Judy Rosen-
Staffer, Carol
blatt,
Schwartz,and Pola Silverman.
Junior bridesmaid was Pamela
Sill, and flower girl was Connie
Sill.
Best man was Dr. Leon Fogel,
brother-in-law of the bride-
room. Ushers were Dr. Lau-
groom.
rence Spickler, brother-in -law
of the bridegroom, Robert Sriro,
Mitchel Kaufman, Robert Shap-
iro, Seymore Lusky, Jerome
Skolnick and Sherman Freund.
The newlyweds live on W.
Seven Mile Rd.

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "The American Jew-
ish Committee and Its Institute
of Human Relations," will he dis-
cussed by Milton Himmelfarb,
director of the committee's Jew-
ish Information Service, and Jo-
seph Edelman, director of the
Culture Commission of the Jew-
ish Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit.
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJBK.
Feature: "Jewish Intermar-
riage — the Facts and the Chal-
lenge," featuring Dr. Erich Ros-
enthal, professor of anthropology
and sociology at Queens College,
will be discussed with George M.
Seltzer, cochairmen of the Jew-
ish Community Council's Culture
Commission.

*

*

Four appointments have been
made to the board of directors
of United Community Services
of Metropolitan Detroit (UCS),
the organization responsible for
community planning and the al-
location of Torch Drive dollars
for 128 health and welfare ser-
vices in Oakland, Macomb and
Wayne Counties.
William H. Frank, who has
held the important UCS post as
general chairman of planning
during the past year, was re-
e l e c t e d as a vice-president.
Frank, formerly president of
Bulldog Electric Company, is as-
sociated with the I-T-E Circuit
Breaker Company of Phila-
delphia.
Two newly elected members
to the UCS board were Mrs.
Oscar M. Zemon and Charles H.
Gershenson. Mrs. Zemon also is
president of , United Community
Services' Women's Committee.
Re-elected to a second term
as a UCS board member was
Erwin S. Simon, an attorney
with the law firm of Butzel-
Levin-Winston and Quint.

Israel's President Zalman
Shazar took time out of a busy
schedule, during the week of
Pope Paul's visit, to welcome
and to confer with a friend
of long duration, Mrs. Morris
L. Schaver of 25259 Ingle-
side, Southfield, Mich. Mrs.
Schaver, who came to Israel
to lay the cornerstone for the
high school being established
in tribute to the memory of
her husband, conferred with
President Shazar on Israel
Bond plans for the current
year. She is the chairman of
the Women's Division of the
Detroit Israel Bond Organi-
zation.

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TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Social Conditions in
Israel," will be discussed by
Jacob Barmore, consul general
of Israel, and Joseph Edelman,
director of the Culture Commis-
sion of the Detroit Jewish Com-
munity Council.

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "The Fear of Lonli-
ness," an address by Rabbi James
A. Wax of Temple Israel, of
Memphis, Tenn.

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