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January 17, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-17

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Fr iday, January 17, 1964— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S-30

Farband to Observe
50th Anniversary
at Jubilee Dinner

The jubilee banquet of Far-
band Labor Zionist Order will
be held Feb. 9 at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
Sidor Belarsky, concert and
opera singer, will present a pro-
gram of He-
brew, Yiddish
and Israeli
melodies.
Louis Segal,
national s e c -
retary of the
World Zionist
Agency, will
be guest
speaker.
A new branch
of Farband.
inc 1 u dint
members of
the electrical
trades recent-
ly organized
here, will be
installed. Belarsky
Belarsky, a graduate of the
State Conservatory at Lenin-
grad, has appeared in operatic
and coneert performances
throughout the world and has
interpreted Hebrew and Yid-
dish songs on radio and record-
ings.
For reservations, call the Far-
band office, DI 1-0669, or any
member of Farband.

Paray to Direct
Again in Israel

Paul Paray returned to De-
troit to conduct the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra in four
pairs of concerts (Thursdays
and Saturdays) throughout the
month of January, after his re-
turn from Israel.
Paray conducted the Israeli
Philhar-
monic Orches-
tra last year
and has sched-
uled another
series of con-
certs in Tel-
Aviv, Haifa
and Jerusalem
for next Octo-
ber.
Max Brod,
Jewish author
and musicolo-
gist wrote in
his book, "Mu-
sic in Israel",
that Paul Pa-
ray has the
distinction of
having p r e - Paul Paray
sented more Israeli composi-
tions throughout the world than
any other conductor.
During the war, Paray head-
ed the Maquis (underground
movement) in Monaco and jeo-
pardized his life and endangered
the lives of his family by keep-
ing Jews clandestinely hidden
in his home.

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Jan. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Blau (Diane Sklar),
former Detroiters, now of Park
Forest, Ill., a daughter, Lisa
Ellen.
* * *

Jan. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Eskovitz (Marilyn R. Miller),
17157 Dolores, Livonia, twin son
and daughter, Kenneth Michael
and Karen Ann.

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Jan. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Axelrod (Elaine Pikstein),
19480 Deering, Livonia, a daugh-
ter, Lisa Stephanie.
*
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Whiteman (Harriet Lett),
1975 Somme, Windsor, Ont., a
daughter, Amy Lynn.
*
*
Jan. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Mermelstein (Rita Rubin-
off), 14101 Appoline, a daughter,
Cecile.
*
Jan. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Ersher (Beverly Weitz-
. man) of 29757 Fairfax, South-
field, a son, Eric Jay.
* *
Jan. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart M. Wilhelm (Nancy Beck,
formerly of Toronto), 23012
Tuck Dr., Farmington Twp., a
son, Arthur Max.
* * *
Jan. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey G a 1 1 i son (Ann Karen
Schwartz), 25350 Greenfield,
Oak Park, a daughter, Lisa
Michelle. •
* * *
Jan. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Arn-
old Pearlman (Rosalind L. Rob-
bins), 14136 Riverview, a daugh-
ter, Elisa Ann.
*
Dec. 30 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Hubert Miller (Ruth Bornstein,
formerly of Windsor), 28554
Rivercrest, Southfield, a son,
Lorne Tobin.
• * *
Dec. 28 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Henry M. Botuck (Joan Hertzen-
son), former Detroiters now re-
siding in Springfield, Va., a
daughter, Ruth Miriam.
* * *
Dec. 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
J. Rein (Valerie Spector), 319
Lynch, Syracuse, N. Y., formerly
of Detroit, a son, Andrew
Stephen.
*
*
Dec. 24 — To Capt. and Mrs.
Kenneth A. Weinberger (Arlene
Waldman), stationed in Ger-
many, a daughter, Linda Carol.

Rosenwald AL Units
Planning Games Night

Rosenwald Post and Ladies
Auxiliary, American Legion, will
hold a joint games party 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Beth
Yehudah.
Refreshments, entertainment
and prizes will be featured. Pro-
ceeds will go to needy families.
Guests are invited.

Maccabiah Games Set
for August '65; Expect
32 Nations to Take Part

The World Maccabiah Games
in Tel Aviv will be staged Aug.
23-31, 1965, according to Has-
kell Cohen of New York, presi-
dent of the U.S. Committee
Sports for Israel.
Cohen, recently returned
from a London meeting of the
International Maccabiah Games
Committee, said 32 nations are
expected to he represented, six
more than in 1961.
He also said the program of
the games will be expanded to
20 sports. New additions are
golf and judo.
Cohen was accompanied to
London by Max J. Lovell and
Robert E. Rosenberg, both of
New York. They are a vice
president and treasurer, respec-
tively, of the U.S. Committee
Sports for Israel, which is the
traditional sponsor of United
States teams in the Maccabiah
Games.

Dinner Party Marks 6th Win in Row
by JCC Titters
Golden Milestone

in Detroit League

MR. AND MRS. FENSTER

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fenster
of San Juan Dr. celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary at a
dinner party recently.
The couple has three children
and seven grandchildren. Mr.
Fenster formerly worked at
Fenster Furniture Co.

Irving Hermelin Is Cited
by Life Insurance Firm

Jewish Community Center
squeezed by Boys Club, 25-24, to
remain leader in team standings
for the Detroit Piston Knothole
League. The thriller at Cobo Hall
marked JCC's sixth consecutive
win.
Bill Berris' 17 points was
high for the JCCs. Bobby
Schiller's four clutch foul
shots kept the JCCs within
striking distance in the third
quarter, a n d Berris broke
away for 7 points in the final
quarter to edge Boys Club.
Other contributors to the suc-
cessful team play were Bobby
Scheuer, Joe Ehrlich, Steve Kap-
lan and Robert Balaban.
Berris is high scorer for the
league, with a total of 99 points
in six games and a 16.5 average.
Scheuer has 49 points; and
Schiller, 36 points, high for the
Center team.

Irving •M. Hermelin, senior
member of the Hermelin and
Rubinfire Agency, has been
cited as man of the year by
Shulvass to Lecture
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"The Relations Between Juda- at 13625 W. 8 Mile, has been dered by the Nazis during World
ism and Christianity in the in the insurance business since War II was dedicated at Temple
Israel in Minneapolis.
Course of the Centuries" will 1923.
be the topic of a lecture by
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Shulvass, 8:30
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Shulvass holds the Louis LaMed
Prize for 1956.

HAL GORDON

Meeting Is Arranged
for WC Credit Union

The third annual meeting of
the Workmen's Circle Credit
Union will be held 9 p.m. today
at the WC Center.
Coleman A. Young, special
representative of League Life
Insurance Co., will discuss family
group insurance benefits avail-
able to members of the credit
union.
Also featured will be special
reports and elections. Prizes will
be distributed and refreshments
served.

Anti-Jewish Journal
Shut Down in Morocco

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

CASABLANCA — The anti-
Jewish weekly "Akhbar el
Dounia" was disclosed Wednes-
day to have ceased publication
here. Financial problems were
indicated as the reason.
The journal, which had been
financially aided by the United
Arab Republic, had repeatedly
published violently anti-Jewish
articles.
The "Jewish problem" formed
an essential part of its content
and editorial outlook. The pub-
lication often carried racist and
anti-Semitic items reminiscent
of Nazi material and had in
fact expressed sympathy for
Hitler.

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