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April 24, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-24

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Laurel Ann Goldman
to Wed Mr. Swartz

MISS LAUREL GOLDMAN

Mr.- and Mrs. Buck M. Goldman
of Berkeley Rd., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Laurel
Ann to Robert M. Swartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swartz of
Toledo, Ohio.
Miss Goldman was graduated in
June from the University of Michi-
gan. Her fiance, a University of
Toledo magna cum laude graduate,
is attending U. of M. Medical
School, where he is in his junior
year.
The wedding is planned for
June 21.

Red Cross Officers
Laud Israel . Branch

A tribute to the work of Magen
David Adorn, Israel's National
First-Aid and Ambulance Service,
has been paid by two members of
the International Red Cross Com-
mittee who recenty visited Israel
and inspected Magen David Adorn
installations.
The two Red Cross officers, Hans
Dachmann, vice president, and Dr.
Claude Pilloud, deputy director,
reported to their headquarters in
Geneva on the "particularly kind
and generous way" in which MDA
officers had welcomed them.
They noted Magen David Adom's
"remarkable achievements and a
few of Magen David Adom's im-
portant undertakings."

New Bicultural Day School
Sought by Cleveland Group
CLEVELAND (JTA) — Plans to
establish a new day school in
Cleveland have been proposed by
a group of interested parents and
lay leaders. A Conservative rabbi,
Jack J. Herman, and Felix Levko-
witz are heading preliminary ef-
forts for the school.
The institution, to be known as
the "Ezra Day School," will seek
to create "a wholesome spiritually
enriched bicultural environment."

People
Make News

Members of the Wayne State
University Board of Governors and
the administrative staff welcomed
JUDGE BENJAMIN D. BURDICK
as "governor emeritus" at a recent
dinner. Judge Burdick, 19515
Roslyn, was elected in 1959 as a
member of WSU's first board of
governors. He resigned in Septem-
ber 1963 when he was appointed a
circuit judge by Gov. Romney.
*
*
THOMAS I. KLEIN and EDWARD
M. MILLER have become associat-
ed with the law firm of Levin,
Levin, Garvett and Dill.
* * *
REUBEN R. SURKIS, of Chicago,
midwest regional director of the
American Zionist Youth Founda-
tion, Inc., and the Student Zionist
Organization, has been named di-
rector of the new SZO "Year Pro-
gram in Israel," William Levine,
national director of SZO, has an-
nounced.
* * *
DR. JULIEN PRIVER, executive
vice president of Sinai Hospital,
will take part in the 34th annual
Tri-State Hospital Assembly Mon-
day through Wednesday in Chicago.
Nearly 1,000 hospitals in the Mid-
west will be represented. Dr.
Priver will discuss "The Hospital-
Operated Dietetic Department."
* * *
MRS. OSCAR M. ZEMON was
one of five outstanding women hon-
ored Monday by the Women's Ad-
vertising Club of Detroit. She was
awarded a miniature gold heart
inscribed "Woman Who Cares-
1964" in recognition of her work
in civic and charitable affairs.
Active in the formation of the Wo-
men's Division of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, Mrs. Zemon was
organizer and first president of the
Detroit Chapter of the National
Women's Committee of Brandeis
University and has been active in
hospital work.
* *
RABBI M. J. E. WOHLGEL-
ERNTER (ITTAMAR) has been
granted five months' leave of ab-
sence, from his post in Israel, to
direct Beth Yehudah activities dur-
ing its summer period of reloca-
tion to Southfield.
* * *
JULIAN M. COHEN and JESSE
W. ANTMAN attended a career
conference of New York Life In-
surance Co.'s field underwriters
recently in Chicago.
* * *
MRS. LEE FRANKLIN WEIN-
STOCK and JACK KRAIZMAN, at-
torneys, were appointed by chair-
man Weldon Yeager to help draft
the 17th Congressional District Re-
publican platform, approved at
the district convention. This Will
now be presented for approval by
the delegates at the state conven-
tion in Grand Rapids May 8-9.

Spanish Synagogue
to Be Sephardi Museum

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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LONDON.—One of the finest
synagogue buildings in Europe, the
Samuel Levy 14th Century syna-
gogue in Toledo which has been
unused in recent times, will be
converted into a Sephardi museum
of Spanish and Jewish culture and
history, according to the World
Sephardi Federation.
Plans for the conversion of the
synagogue, which was used as a
church until recently, following the
expulsion of the Jews from Spain
in 1492, were disclosed in a de-
cree in the Official Gazette of
Madrid, signed by General Franco,
which was issued by the ministry
of education.
The museum, according to the an-
nouncement, will be administered
by a committee which will include
distinguished Jewish representa-
tives.

Unemployment insurance benefits
are not paid in Michigan to work-
ers who have been discharged from
their job for misconduct connect-
ed with their work.

Sheruth Bazaar for Hawthorn Center

Sheruth League Spring Bazaar chairmen (from left) Mesdames
David Goldstein and Arthur Frohlick look at one of the items—held
by President M r s .
Jack Weinstein—to
be displayed at the
white elephant booth
11:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Tuesday at
Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute. The afghan,
made by members
and chairman, Mrs.
Louis Saferstein, is
grand prize. Pro-
ceeds from the baz-
aar will go toward
special educational
equipment for Haw-
thorn Center, state
hospital for emotion-
ally disturbed child-
ren. Other booths
will display antique
jewelry, fudge, home-made baked goods, toys and games, oil paint-
ings, paperback books and boutique items. Tickets, which also will
entitle the holder to cake and coffee, will be available at the door.

JWV Women Present
Rooms to Israel Hospital

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Two addi-
tional rooms in the surgery depart-
ment of the Tel Hashomer Hos-
pital, named in honor of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States, were
dedicated.
In addition to auxiliary members
who came to Israel to attend the
ceremony, led by Mrs. Miriam Kap-
lan, president of the women's
group, participants included Dep-
uty Health Minister Yitzhak Ra-
pheal, Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin,
Dr. Elyahu Gillon, chief of the
Army Medical Corps and hospital
officials.
Raphael said that the auxiliary
had aided the hospital for many
years. He reported that the gov-
ernment had earmarked 45 million
pounds ($15 million) to renovate
the hospital which is now housed
in a former United States camp
barracks northeast of Tel Aviv.
Mrs. Abraham Kraditor, former
auxiliary president, was honored at
the opening of the two-room wing.

LETTER BOX

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 24, 1964
23

"We have no permanent habits
until we are 40. Then they begin
to harden, presently they petrify,
then business begins."—Mark
Twain.

We are free to tear down our
walls of prejudice and hate.
How can we expect Berliners to
do anything about their wall un-
til we demonstrate the power
of freedom and equality?

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As a Jew, I feel that I am as
old as life, as young as the rain-
boW and as endless as time. My
heart beats for every human being
and throbs with joy at every tri-
umph of peace and of dignity and
sacredness of man's soul . . .
As a Jew, my interest in life is
to help make a better and saner
world to live in, and to study and
practice the most important ideol-
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as yourself, and with malice to no
one and with charity to all.
And I proudly acknowledge that
I am blessed being a Jew and live
here in America to be able to
worship without any one to inter-
fere and enjoy the freedom. of
speech, freedom of assembly and
freedom of the press.
To be an American Jew is the
greatest honor any man can wish
for, and to me, it is the greatest
gift on earth given to mankind.
Wolf Levitan
* * *
Editor, The Jewish News:
On a recent visit to your city,
I had the distinct pleasure of hear-
ing Cantor David Bagley in con-
cert at the Beth Aaron Synagogue
Spring Musicale, April 12. It is
with deep appreciation that I pen
these words, for it was a rare and
wonderful experience.
I thought the program was beau-
tifully chosen, arranged and exe-
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In all a delightful evening. A
credit to Beth Aaron Synagogue,
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