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February 14, 1964 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-14

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• • • i
activ ities n Society

Mrs. Alfred Lakin, president
of Bnai Brith Women District
6, will be honored at a testi-
monial luncheon by BB
Women's Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit Tuesday at the Town
and Country
Club.
Mrs. Lakin,
past president
and honorary
life president
of Harry B.
Keidan Chap-
ter, is also
past president
Mrs. Lakin
of the Detroit
Bnai Brith Women's Council
and on the board Brith Youth
of the Bnai Organization and
Anti-Defamation League.
Mrs. Harry Bodzin, Women's
Council president, has ap-
pointed Mrs. Charles Galinsky,
past president, as chairman.
Mrs. Sidney Eidelman heads
arrangements and Mrs. Samuel
Gold and Mrs. Leon Dreylinger,
reservations.
Guest soloist will be Shirley
Munson, accompanied at the
piano by Bella Goldberg.
Guests invited. For reserva-
tions call Mrs. Gold, UN 4-8040,
or Mrs. Dreylinger, LI 1-5290.

Activtties

Bnai Brith Council will hold
the first precampaign meeting
for ALLIED JEWISH CAM-
PAIGN WORKERS from every
lodge 10 a.m. Sunday at the
Jewish Center. Chairman is
Harry Oberstein. Sam Rubin
and Sam Cohn are cochairmen
of the BB effort. All lodge
chairmen are asked to attend.
* * *

BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Gemiluth
Chassodim Synagogue. Election
of officers will be held. Refresh-
ments will be served.

*

*

*

TIKVAH CHAPTER will meet
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Seymour Weis-
man, 19931 Ardmore. Tickets
for the March 15 Las Vegas
party will be distributed and
gifts will be wrapped. For in-
formation call Mrs. Milton Har-
ris, LI 8-5048, or Mrs. Arthur
Weisberg, 647-3777.

*

*

*

TIKVAH LODGE will indoc-
trinate new members 8:30 p.m.
at Imperial Kosher Caterers.
The indoctrination committee is
headed by Sol Superfon. He-
brew, Yiddish and English songs
will be sung by the Ahavas
Achim Sisterhood Singers. Re-
freshments will be served. Abra-
ham Rapoport is lodge program
chairman.

Topic of Discussion
by Historian Shmueli

"Is American Jewry Menaced
by Assimilation?" will be the
question discussed by Dr.
Efraim Shmueli, author and his-
torian, at a meeting of the
Kvutzah Ivrit 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Jewish Center.
Shmueli's latest work. a He-
brew edition of Spinoza's let-
ters translated from the Latin,
was hailed by David Ben-Gurion
as an indispensable tool for the
understanding of the philoso-
pher. Among his works are a
seven-volume "History of the
Jewish People in Modern
Times" and a study on Isaac
Abravanel and the expulsion of
the Jews from Spain. He is edi-
tor of an anthology, "Problems
of the Jewish People" and is
a contributor to Hebrew peri-
odicals.
Wolf Snyder will preside over
the Hebrew-speaking group.

Miller-Berg Rites
Scheduled for Fall

A large number of Detroiters will attend the 1964 Israel Bond
Inaugural Conference in Miami Beach Feb. 21-22, it was an-
nounced by Tom Borman. aeneral chairman of the Detroit. Israel
Bond Committee. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Grosberg will host a
reception in their Miami Beach home for Detroiters attending the
Conference, at 8:30 p.m., Feb. 18. Grosberg is the Detroit Israel
Bond Trustee Chairman and he and Mrs. Grosberg are Golden
Trustees by virtue of their purchase of $100,000 in Israel Bonds
in 1963. A partial list of Detroiters planning to attend the con-
ference includes Messrs. and Mesdames Norman Allan, Alex
Begun, Ralph Berman, Abraham Borman, Tom Borman, Abe
Budman, Norman Cottler, Irwin I. Cohn, Isadore Dubrinsky,
Louis M. Elliman, Nathan Fishman, Sidney Fishman, Hugo Fried-
enberg, William E. Genser, Louis Gottlieb, Charles Grosberg,
Irwin Green. Philip Helfman, Sol Kanat, Morris Karbal, Abe
Kasle, Samuel Katkin, Daniel A. Laven, Louis E. Levitan, Harry
T. 1VIadison, Harry Nachman, Morris Pollack, Albert Posen, David
Silver, Louis Sreman, Israel Z. Taines, Harvey Weisberg, Peter
Weisberg, J. Zisman, Paul Zuckerman, Israel Davidson and Mes-
dames Theodore Bargman, Norma T. Hudosh, Bella Kozloff, Ida
Lerman, Jeanette Lewis Kirsnianski, Aaron Stollman, Morris L.
Schaver and Saul Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walter, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lecitt,
are leaving Tuesday for a month in Israel and Europe.
Julius Chajes, director of the Center Music School, will pre-
sent Miriam Gargarian, Gordon Goodman, Beth Rhodes, Roger
Weisberg, Stephen Weiss and Shoshana White in a piano recital
2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish Center.
Former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Max Mills of Encino, Calif.,
had 35 people to their daughter's sweet 16 party. Connie's grand-
mother, Mrs. A. Weiss, flew from Detroit for the occasion.
Ree Kass Officers Club will have a Valentine party 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kass, 19515 Prevost.
Mr. and ell's. Jacob Domnitch hosted the annual Purim party
of the Lachver Ladies Auxiliary recently. Proceeds of the affair
will aid Detroit families now living in Israel.
Dr. Leo Shipko is the new president of the Southfield, Sher-
wood Village Community Association. Other officers are Allan
Soskin, vice president; Jerome Blumenthal, treasurer; and Mrs.
Jan Goren, secretary. The group will present Councilman Thomas
C. Rowley, 8 p.m. Tuesday, at the Michigan Bell Telephone Ca.
Building, Southfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green, 13340 Northfield, Oak Park, will
be host to Sen. Phillip Hart and Congressman Neil Staebler, at a
cocktail party sponsored by the Democratic Club of Huntington
Woods, Oak Park and Pleasant Ridge, 9 p.m. Saturday in their
home. On the planning committee are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pernick,
Mrs. David Brody, Mrs. Leonard Demak, Marvin Novick and Joan
Green.
A surprise anniversary cocktail and dinner party in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ravitz of Montmarte Ct., Oak Park, was held
at the home of Councilman Mel Ravitz and Mrs. Ravitz of Warwick
Ave. The Samuel Ravitzes and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Klein of Morton
Ave., Oak Park, celebrated their anniversaries at a dinner.
Dr. and Mrs. S. Stone, 16137 Sherfield, Southfield, will be
host and hostess at a board meeting of the Southfield Village
Estates Home Owners Association, Inc., 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Overtton of Tracy Ave. were honored
recently at a surprise 20th anniversary party given by their chil-
dren, Renee and David. Fifty guests attended.
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society will honor two active mem-
bers at a surprise party 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Refreshments will be served. The following Monday
an executive board meeting will be held. Host and hostess will be
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lumberg, 23521 Wildwood, Oak Park.

.

MISS ELSIE R. MILLER

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pecis of
Hartwell Ave. announce the en-
gagement of Elsie R. Miller to
Alfred C. Berry of Lange Ave.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Peels and the late
Philip Miller of Los Angeles,
Calif. Her fiance, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. P. Berry, has
just completed a four-year tour
of duty with the Air Force.
The couple plans a September
wedding.

Sen. Javits to Speak
at WSU Law School

Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New
York, will be guest speaker at
a special Wayne State Univer-
sity convocation Monday 2:15
p.m. in the Community Arts
Auditorium.
Sponsored by the student
board of governors of the WSU
Law School, the convocation
will feature an address by Sen.
Javits on "The Structure of a
Political Party." The senator
also will answer questions from
the floor.
Circuit Court Judge Ben-
jamin D. Burdick will intro-
duce Sen. J a v i t s. Judge
Burdick is an alumnus of the
university and governor
emeritus of the university's
board of governors.
The senator is best known in
his legislative career for his
work in civil rights, civil liber-
ties and foreign economic
policy.
The address is open to the
public.

SAM ROSENBLAT

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Farband Branch to Mark
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A combined Jewish Music
Month and Purim program fea-
turing singer Geraldine (Jerry)
Levit, who has also performed
in Israel and in France, will be
presented by the Brenner-Tru-
man Branch, Farband, 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Miss Levit will sing to her
own guitar accompaniment.
Jacob Glaser, president of this
Farband branch, announces that
a social hour will follow the
program.

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(Formerly Zimberg's)

IS NOW OPEN AT

13420 W. 7 MILE ROAD

Featuring A Full Line of Fresh Fish Daily

Israel's Consul General Barmore
to Analyze ME Situation Here

Israel's proposed Jordan
River project, the recent "sum-
mit conference" of Arab lead-
ers and other new developments
affecting Israel will be discussed
by Jacob Barmore, consul gen-
eral of Israel,
at a special
meeting 8:30
p.m. Monday
at the Jewish
Center.
Because of
public interest
in the chang-
ing
East situation,
t h e meeting
has been espe-
cially arranged
by the Zionist
Council of De-
troit, it w a s
announced by
Rabbi Leon
Barmore
Fram, chairman. The public is
invited.
Barmore, who returned from
Israel less than a month ago,
will present his analysis of the
newly emerging situation, par-
ticularly as it affects the posi-
tion of his country on the world
scene.
The diplomat previously
served with the Israel Embassy
in Buenos Aires and prior to
that with the Israel Legation

in Warsaw. He has consular
jurisdiction over 13 midwestern
and southern states. He also was
secretary general of the Israel
Ministry of Food and Supply
when the new state was
established.

Mrs. Herbert Lehman
Gets Johnson Medal

WASHINGTON (JTA)—More
than a score of senators and
representatives attended the
posthumous presentation of the
Presidential Medal of Freedom
by President Johnson to Mrs.
Herbert H. Lehman, widow of
the late former New York gov-
ernor and senator.
Sen. Lehman, who had dis-
tinguished himself equally in
general and Jewish service, was
to have received the award with
30 other distinguished Ameri-
cans last December 6. However,
he died suddenly on December
5 while preparing for the trip
to Washington.
"It is altogether fitting that
in special ceremony, we present
present Herbert Lahman's Medal
of Freedom to the one person
who share his life and his hope,
his triumphs and disappoint-
ments, who was always with him
in sunshine and shadow," the
President said in making the
presentation at a ceremony in
the White House.

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27-THE DETR OIT JE WISH NEWS—Frid ay, February 14, 1964

Bnai Brith Women
to Hold Luncheon
for Mrs. Lakin

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