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February 21, 1964 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-21

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Friday, February 21, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEW S-28

Latke, Haman tasch in Troubled Age Peritz-Ketchel Rites
Subject of U. of M. Faculty Debate Are Solemnized

Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Michigan
will hold its annual Purim De-
bate 8 p.m. Thursday at the
conclusion of the reading of
the Megillah.
Presented in the spirit of
a panel of faculty members,
half advocating the merits
of the latke, the other half
of the hamantasch. The sub-
ject is "The Latke, the Ha-
mantasch and Civil Disobedi-
ence in an Ecumenical Age."

With Dr. Carl Cohen, assist-
ant professor of philosophy, as
moderator, the debaters in-
clude, as latke proponents,
Myron Simon of Detroit, lectur-
er in English at the Dearborn
campus of the university; Dr.
Morris Shanker, visiting asl
sociate professor of law; and
Dr. Caesar R. Blake, assistant
professor of English.
On behalf of the hamantasch,
the speakers are Dr. Norman
S. Radin, research biochemist
of the Mental Health Research
Institute; Dr. Monroe Z. Haf-
fer, associate professor of Span-
ish; and Dr. Victor H. Miesel,
assistant professor of history
of art.
Dr. Paul J. Alexander, pro-
fessor of history at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, will de-
liver Wednesday, the fifth lec-
ture, "The Trial and Death of
Jesus," in the series of seven
lecture - discussions sponsored
by Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-

tion on "The Jews and Jesus."
The lecture will be given 8
p.m. at Hillel House, 1429 Hill.

WSU Fund Sets New
Records; Aids University

A record 12-month figure of
$92,939.90, collected during its
1963 fund raising campaign,
has been allocated to university
projects for the 1964-65 school
year by the Wayne State Fund
Board.
This amount, representing
gifts from Wayne State Univer-
sity alumni and friends, is a 21
per cent increase over the 1962
total of $76,705.
Of the 1963 contributions,
$27,300 was earmarked for stu-
dent scholarships and loans—
one of the University's most
critical needs. The Board also
voted to continue two faculty
research recognition awards at
a total cost of $11,600.
The remainder of the fund
will go toward financial support
of the 100th anniversary of the
University in 1968, an alumni
exhibit by the art • department,
an out-state tour by the Univer-
sity Glee Club, Detroit Adven-
ture, faculty conference grants
and teaching and research
equipment.
The new 1964 Fund Board
chairman is Samuel N. Gershen-
son, 19565 Cumberland Way,
president, Golden Key Motels.
Leonard Simons is a board
member.

MRS. HAROLD PERITZ

In a double-ring ceremony
recently performed by Rabbi
Ernst Conrad and Rabbi Jacob
Segal at Temple Beth Jacob,
Pontiac, Marilyn Ann Ketchel
was married to Harold William
Peritz.
The couple are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ketchel
of Illinois Ave., Pontiac, and
Mrs. Leonard Peritz and the
late Mr. Perlitz.
The bride wore a gown of
peau de soie with sweetheart
neckline and bodice and skirt
panels of Chantilly lace. Her
shoulder-length veil of illusion
was fitted to a jeweled tiara.
She carried white roses on a
Bible.
Gail Ketchel, the bride's sis-
ter, served as maid of honor.
Mrs. Martin Trotsky, sister of
the bridegroom, was matron of
honor. Ushers were Irwin Wald-
man and Richard Ketchel. Mar-
Feb. 17 — To Dr. and Mrs. tin Trotsky was best man.
F
erbert L. Sokol (Rochelle
Following a honeymoon in
1 abovitz), 14440 Vernon, Oak
Toronto, the couple will reside
i ark, a daughter, Marla Ilene.
in Oak Park.
* * *

Comedian George Gobel to Receive
Award at Women's Bond Luncheon

Comedian George Gobel
will receive an award at the an-
nual Pioneer Women Israel
Bond Award Luncheon March
12 in the Hilton Room of the
Statler-Hilton Hotel, it was an-
nounced by president Mrs. Mil-
ton Weiss.
Winner of two Emmy Awards
for his TV shows "Lonesome"
George will take time off from
his appearance at the Rooster-
tail to lend his efforts on behalf
of Israel.
Besides Gobel, the program
will include Israeli vocalist
Tova Porat, who sings every-
thing from jazz to opera. Joey
Russell, known as "Col.
Clown," will be the guest
comedian.
A $100 Israel Bond, donated
by Mrs. Morris L. Schaver,
chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division, will be
awarded.
For reservations, call the Pio-
neer Women's Office, DI 1-0786
or DI 1-5707. Mrs. Jack Gosman
is Bond chairman and Mrs. Mi-
chael Michlin, ticket chairman.
On the committee are:

Mesdames Milton Weiss, Council
president; Norman Leemon, past
president; Joseph Wyzan, vice presi-
dent at large; Sam Fishman, vice
president, education; Nathan Glen-
ner, vice president funds; Harry Le-
vitt, vice president organization;
Jack Rose, treasurer; Harry Mondry,
financial secretary; David Marks,
dues secretary; Gerald Goldberg, re-
cording secretary; and Sarah Rubin
and Alvin Gale, mailing secretaries.
Others on the committee are the
following club presidents:
Mesdames Sarah Levin, Club One;
Jack Rose, Club 2; Edna Groskind,
Alonah; Hyman Disner, Avodah;
Sydney Goodman, Brandeis; Miss
Arle Kahn, B&P; Mesdames William
Fisher, Chana Czenesh; Larry Gut-

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Feb. 16 — To Dr. and Mrs.
F ruce L. Danto (Joan Fried),
1 8516 Hartwell, a son, Steven
' ouglas.
* *
Feb. 15 — To Rabbi and Mrs.
:alil S. Rosenberg (Diana Res-
Ir ick), formerly of Detroit, 1109
effrey Ave., Wanamassa, N.J.,
° daughter, Leeora Neelee.
* * *
Feb. 12 — To Dr. and Mrs.
1 rthur S. Shufro (Norma Jean
arelik), 28585 Rivercrest,
outhfield, a daughter Julianne
ope.

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*

* *

Feb. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs.
i awrence Bernstein (S h a r on
I aomi Siegel), 681 Merrick, a
( aughter, Laura Janis.
• * *

Feb. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron-

: ld M. Horowitz (Carol Bransky),

Debate With WSU
Set by Touring Team
From Yeshiva U.

Wayne State University will
meet a two-man Yeshiva Uni-
versity debating team on the
topic, "Resolved: That the fed-
eral government should guar-
antee a higher education to
qualified high school graduates,"
9 p.m. Tuesday at the Young Is-
rael Center of Oak-Woods. The
public is invited.
Ten Yeshiva students, five
two-man teams, are participating
in the 15th annual College De-
bating Society Tour covering
14,000 miles and bringing them
into competition with 28 col-
leges and universities in the
U.S. and Canada. Yeshiva's
team will take the pro position
in all debates except in the
South.
The two appearing in Detroit
will take on the University of
Windsor Monday.

4706 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
on, Steven Gary.
* * *
Feb. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
ichard S. Benedek (Elissa L.
anush) of Ann Arbor, a son,
Treasonous Plot Unfolds
avid Manfred.
* * *

in 'Seven Days in May'

Feb. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Al-
red Tobocman (Paula Williams
f Toledo), a son, Michael
J oseph.
* *
Feb. 3—To Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
Fisch (Marjorie Yagoda), for-
merly of Detroit, a son, Bruce
Jeffrey.
*
Feb. 1—To Dr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Besterman (Phylis Gaba),
20551 Heyden, a daughter, Les-
lie Cheryl.
* * *
Jan. 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Morton H. Collins (Marilyn
Schmier), 4030 W. 13 Mile,
Royal Oak, a daughter, Margo
Beth.

When is a traitor not a
traitor? . . . That is the exciting
and chilling question posed in
"Seven Days In May," the new
suspense drama now at the
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Theater.
Based on the
best- selling
novel this new
release has an
all-star cast
h eaded by
B urt Lan-
caster, Kirk
Douglas, Fred-
Lancaster ric March,
Ava Gardner and Edmond
O'Brien.
"Seven Days In May" is a
story of treachery in govern-
ment, a conspiracy by the Joint
Jan. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. Chiefs of Staff to take over the
Samuel Mark (Rose Hammer) White House by force. It shows
of Hubbell Ave., a daughter, how such a plot could succeed
. . even here in America.
Lisa Susan.

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Golda Myerson; Morris Mittleman,
Ilanita; Archie Singer, Israel; Fran-
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bah and Aaron Katzman, Sharone.
Israel Bond chairmen are Mes-
dames Jack Gosman, Council; Mi-
chael Michlin, Club One; Israel Ser-
ling, Club 2; Sam Isaacs, Avodah;
Jack Berent, Brandeis; Evelyn
Schwartz, B&P; Nathan Bright, Tom
Borman; Jack Malamud; Louise La-
Med, Chana Czenesh; Sidney Ferst,
Dimona; Isadore Fleisher, Golda My-
erson; Alex Schreier, Hanna; Irwin
Berman, Ralph Levin, Israel; Jack
Gosman, Kinneret; Norman Kantor,
Massada and Isadore Kaplan, Neg-
bah.

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"Understanding Your Child
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topic in a series of parent-educa-
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Temple 8 p.m. Tuesday at May-
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Dr. M. Bornstein, chairman of
the religious school committee,
will review the psychological
factors in the religious training
of children. The school is sched-
uled to open next fall.
For information, call Harold
Sader, MA 6-5773.

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