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March 06, 1964 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-06

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activities in Society

Two young area cadets at Roosevelt Military Academy, Aledo,
Ill., have been cited for excellence at special ceremonies. Joel
Alpert, a senior at the prep school and son of the Louis Alperts
of Prevost Ave., was presented an award for excellence in
academics, military, crack squad and concert band. He also
was promoted to sergeant first class. Roy Greenburg, son of
the Russell Greenburgs of Scotia Ave., Huntington Woods,
received an award for concert band. Roy, a sophomore, was
promoted to cadet private. Col. Glen G. Milikan, superintendent
of the academy, presented the awards.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dreylinger of Avon Ave., Oak Park, were
honored at a family dinner on the occasion of their 25th wedding
anniversary recently at the Roostertail.

Heading a delegation of Detroit women to the regional con-
ference of the National Council of Jewish Women March 9-12
at the Dayton Biltmore Hotel, Dayton. Ohio, will be Mrs. Jerome
B. Grossman, Detroit section president. In addition to Mrs. Lewis
B. Daniels, a regional vice president, and Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner,
MISS ELAINE FRIED
national vice president, other Detroit members attending include
1VIr. and Mrs. Martin Fried of
Mesdames Hershel Kreger. Victor Shiffman, Jack Epps, M. Morton
Barak, I. Irving Bittker, Melvin Kolbert, Marilyn Waldbott and Wildemere Ave. announce the
B. Benedict Glazer.
engagement of their daughter
Elaine to Dr. Alan Belkin, son
The Sherman Family Club elected the following new offi-
of Mr-. and Mrs. Max Moiseev of
cers: Louis Wolfgang. president; Elizabeth Levens, vice presi-
Huntsville, Ala.
dent; Mary Gordon, recording secretary; Jean Lorber, treasurer,
Miss Fried attended Liggett
Johanna Meyers, social secretary. The second Passover will be
School and Garland College,
held at Workman's Circle, March 28, for members and their
Boston. Her fiance attended
families.
Wayne State University and is
Samuel H. Rubiner, Jewish Welfare Board representative to a graduate of the College of
the Detroit USO, received a citation from Walker L. Cisler, Osteopathic Me d i c i n e, Des
Detroit USO president, at the 13th annual meeting of USO held Moines.
Wednesday, for his services as USO vice-president for the past 13
years and as retiring Michigan State USO Committee chairman l
i he

after 10 years service.

Less Said
Contains Editor
Weyne's Articles

Local women assisting in the "Deep in he Heart of Politics"
program of the 17th District Democratic Women's Committee
March 13 at Northwest YWCA are Mesdames David Greenspan,
Barry Showfer, Richard Marks, Larry Guhow and Ben Kinzer.
In -"The Less Said . . . " pub-
Refreshments and dessert will be served at 12:45 p.m., and
Adelaide Hart, chairman of the Michigan Federation of Demo- lished by Jonathan David (131
E. 23rd, NY), Arthur Weyne
cratic Women, will be speaker.
has incorporated 50 of his pub-
Mr. Morris Arotzky of Santa Rosa Ave. will attend the lished articles on a variety of
wedding of his granddaughter, Judith Alexander, a former subjects.
Detroiter, to Jordan Howard Price Saturday evening in Van Nuys,
The subtitle of Weyne's book,
Calif.
"The View From a Jewish Edi-
Ronald Serlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin I. Serlin of West- tor's Head," refers to the con-
brook Ave., is a recipient of a William J. Branstrom Fresh- tents as a series of viewpoints
man Prize, an annual award to University cf Michigan students by the man who is the editor
who, in their first semester, are in the upper 7 per cent of their of the American Examiner.
Possessing a sense of humor,
class. This prize will be presented at a special convocation May
8. Ronald, who graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Cass Technical with a background of commun-
High School in January 1963, is finishing his sophomore year ity activity — he formerly was
in Honors School with a major in Physics. He has maintained associated with the Jewish Wel-
a 3.99 average so far at U. of M.
fare Board and other move-
ments—Weyne's ideas will find
much interest among his read-
ers.


Levine Apointed to 'Manage GM's
Futurarna' Exhibit at World's Farr

Detroiter Reuben Levine has as faculty members at Temple
been named office manager of Israeli, Temple Beth El and
the General Motors Futurama •Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
exhibit at the New York World's
A former member of the
Fair, opening in April.
board of trustees of Temple
Levine, who has been with Israel, Levine was president of
the General Motor Corporation the Temple Men's Club for two
for 36 years, has been office years. He is a member of the
manager of the sales section of Men's Club board of directors,
the GM central office.
and active in various congrega-
Active in many areas of the tional committees.
Detroit Jewish community, Lev-i Mr. and Mrs. Levine will take
ine has served for more than i up residence in New York City
a decade as chairman of the in- in mid-March, for the duration
dustrial employees section of of the 1964 World's Fair sea-
son.
The Levines have two child-
ren, Mrs. Louis Cassel of De-
troit, and Dr. Walter G. Levine,
who is associated with the Al-
bert Einstein College of Medi-
cine of Yeshiva University in
New York City.

Search for Witnesses
of War-End Massacre

REUBEN LEVINE

the mechanical trades division
of the Allied Jewish Campaign.
He has, for several years, been
a General Motors representative
at the annual interfaith dinner
of the Detroit Round Table of
Protestants, Jews and Catholics.
Levine and his wife, Goldie,
are charter members of Temple
Israel. Both are known in the
community as pioneers in the
field of Jewish education, hav-
ing served for nearly 30 years

The World Jewish Congress
is seeking witnesses to the mur-
der of 120 Jews who were shot
to death in Austria on the eve
of possible liberation.
The incident occurred at
Jennersdorf, Burgenland, Aus-
tria, in March. 1945.
Any person who may have
witnessed the massacre, or who
has information, is requested to
get in touch with the Institute
of Jewish Affairs at the World
Jewish Congress, 15 E. 84th St.,
New York.

Non-Mormon Utah Governor
Simon Bamberger, one of the
early leaders of the Jewish com-
munity in Utah, became the
first non_Mormon governor of
that state when he was elected
in 1916— .

Accredit Sinai Hospital
for Next Three Years;
Praised for Quality

Sinai Hospital of Detroit
again has been accredited by
the Joint Commission on Ac-
creditation of Hospitals as a
result of a commission survey
of the hospital.
The Joint Commission is the
major accrediting body in the
United States, and issues three-
year certificates to approved
institutions.
Following its evaluation, the
commission commended Sinai
"for maintaining standards de-
serving of accreditation and for
constant effort to improve the
quality of patient care."
The commission also cited
the administration and the
medical staff "for the excellent
physical plant and evidence of
good quality medical care pro-
vided."

Pioneer Women Honors
U. S. Yiddish Poetess

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Pio-
neer Women, the Women's
Labor Zionist Organization of
America, presented the Hayim
Greenberg Literary Award for
1963 to Rajzel Zychlinski for
her hook of Yiddish poetry,
"Shveigendike Tiren." ("Silent
Doors").

Eshkol: Bridegroom

Israel's Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol, 68, and Miss Miriam
Selikowilch, Knesset assistant
librarian, 34, were married on
Tuesday. Eshkol was married
twice before. The death of his
second wife, Elizabeth, occurred
in 1959. Only close friends and
relatives attended the wedding
ceremony.

Schoichits Among Major JNF Workers

David Schoichit was among
the top solicitors for the Jewish
National Fund at Purim serv-
ices is local synagogues last
week.
His chief activity was in the
Shomrey Emunah Synagogue;
Schoichit has devoted many
years to work for the JNF and
his box yields among the best
contributions in the city. .
His wife, Beva Schoichit, who
supplements her husband's work

for JNF through local Zionist
groups, and devotes her major
activities to efforts for Israel,
is a life member and one of the
pioneer members in the Pioneer
Women's Organization. She has
been active in the Yiddish
Reading Groups here and in the
American Jewish Congress, in
addition to her association with
other groups active in support
of Israel.

Center Theater to Hold
Tryouts for 'Streetcar'

Tryouts for "A Streetcar
Named Desire" by Tennessee
Williams will be held 2-5 p.m.
Sunday; 8:30-11 p.m. Monday
and 8-11 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish •Center.
Center Theater announces
that Burton Wright will be di-
rector. Performance dates will
be May 2, 3, 9 and 10.

FRANK PAUL

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