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May 15, 1964 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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Group Seeks Downtown Memorial
to 6-Million Martyrs of Nasizm

g3nai

call Levinson, UN 1-6'738 or LI
The erection of a memorial to
Senator Charles S. Blondy will be
7-1511.
Senate Res olu t i on No. 96,
the 6 million European Jewish
sorely missed in the State Senate,
Levinson is seeking community-
his penetrating analysis of foggy is-
adopted
unanimously
by
the
1964
martyrs of Nazism has been pro-
PISGAH LODGE will present its
sues, his inquiring mind into devious
wide support before making the
bills and his ability to strip many
second annual revue, "Funz-a- Michigan Senate, reads "A Resolu-
posed for downtown Detroit by a proposal a city project.
ssues of their gloss and veneer and
penetrate to the heart of the matter;
group in the community.
Similar monuments have been Poppin" 8:30 p.m. Monday at the tion of Tribute to Senator Charles
now therefore be it
erected
in cities throughout the Labor Zionist Institute. Master of S. Blondy."
Louis Levinson initiated a move
RESOLVED BY THE MICHIGAN
ceremonies Sol Steinberg will in-
Sen. Blondy, who has announced
SENATE, That each and every mem-
among Detroiters who have come world, including Philadelphia.
troduce variety acts by lodge mem- his retirement from the Senate
ber
of the Michigan Senate, speaking
to this country since 1945.
individually and collectively, bid
bers and their families, including upon completion of this term, was
their esteemed colleague, Charles S.
Among those taking an active
Jerry Surowitz, dancer; Linda Bal- hailed by his
Blondy, a fond and pleasant fare-
part in the organization of such
well and wish him the very best in
berman, pianist and vocalist; Allen colleagues for his
his "retirement" and offer him their
a memorial are representatives
Haller and Paula Pollock, panto- 24 consecutive
finest and fondest best wishes in his
of various survivors groups, in-
mimists; June Graff, modern danc- years of service
future endeavors; and bid "Charlie,
return and see us from time to time
cluding Sam Freedman, Norman
er; Mrs. Louis Wohl, vocalist; and to Michigan.
and give us your guidance, wisdom
David S e k e r a k, drummer and
Gitler, Jenoe Roth, Steven Gold-
and warmth"; and be it further
Long interested
dancer.
Other
acts
will
include
RESOLVED, That a copy of this res-
en, Martin Rose, Herman Rubin,
An appeal to all organizations,
in Jewish mat-
olution be presented to Senator
Henry Fox, Norman Horwitz,
schools, business firms and indi- "The Tempests," Andy Joseph, ters. Democrat.
Charles S. Blondy.
viduals to emphasize the theme Barb Berch and Sue Losh; the Blondy can trace
Rabbi C. Rosenzweig and Rabbi.
Blondy was escorted down the
of this year's Michigan Week in "Miller Hi-Lites." with Al Miller his activities in
Leo Goldman. For information,
aisle of the Senate to receive the
on
harmonica
and
Michael
Miller
everything they do throughout the
t h e community
resolution while his colleagues
month of May is made by the playing clarinet; the "Emeralds," back to his days
applauded.
theme committee for the 11th an- a sister trio of Janet. Doris and in Young Judea. Blondy
nual state observance May 17-23. Joanne Goldman; and the "Mike
Recognizing his vigorous leader-
The theme is "Michigan—Great Gold Quartet." Coordinators of the ship in the Senate, the resolution `Deputy' Forum Topic
show
are
Sol
Steinberg,
Sherman
"The Deputy," Rolf Hochhuth's
in Resources and Opportunities."
reads as follows:
James Quello, vice president Goldman and Meyer Littky. Pian-
WHEREAS, Senator Charles S. controversial drama now playing in
ist is Ida Hoffman. and stage mana-
Blondy, renowned Senator from the New York, will be the subject of
and general manager of radio
4th Senatorial District of Wayne discussion at the Jewish Center Li-
The sixth annual Founders Day station WJR, Detroit, is chairman ger is Charles Goldstein, assisted
County. has announced his retire-
dinner of the Hillel Day School, of the theme committee. Dr. Paul by Martin Goldstein. Makeup will
ment from the Michigan State Senate brary Forum 8:15 p.m. May 27 in
at the termination of his present the Center Library.
set for Wednesday evening, June Herbert, research director of the be done by Judy Weil, and Rudolph
term; and
24, will be addressed by Dr. Max Michigan Department of Economic Meyersohn is in charge of publicity.
Rabbi Max Kapustin, director of
WHEREAS, This announcement of
* * *
Arzt, vice chancellor of the Jew- Expansion. Lansing, is deputy
Senator Blondy's will not only bring the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation,
to
a
close
an
illustrious
senatorial
ish Theological Seminary, Abe
PISGAH CHAPTER will hold the
career of twenty-four consecutive Wayne State University, will be
chairman.
Kasle, general chairman of the
years, but will also close a senatorial guest speaker. The public is in-
first
general
membership
meeting
Points the committee suggests
career which has been one of out-
event, announced.
of
the
new
administration
noon
standing vigor, a career dedicated vited.
to protecting and preserving the
As part of the evening's pro- for special emphasis are:
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
rights of the common man, and thus
Michigan has the greatest sup- Institute. Luncheon will be served.
gram, a special scroll will be pre-
Want ads get quick results!
all men, a career based unon honest,
sented to Harry Cohen, who was ply of fresh water in the world.
outspoken convictions and of a fierce
The program will feature initia-
determination to meet each issue in
Michigan is an air-conditioned tion of "The Sally Kramer Mem-
the guest of honor at the Hillel
a straight-forward manner; and
Founders Dinner last June, on the playground for the nation—cool bership Class," with biblical cos-
WHEREAS, During his long and
occasion of his 80th birthday. In- in the summer for warm weather tumes, tableau, and rituals. Mes-
illustrious senatorial career. Senator
Leave Everything to Us
Charles S. Blondy has been a member
recreation and cold in the winter dames Samuel Aaron and Sol Stein-
of and served with distinction on
berg, past presidents, will conduct
several of the most important stand-
for winter sports.
ing committees of the Senate, and,
Michigan and its adjoining the ceremony.
at the close of his career, serving on
* * *
states are one of the United
the important committees of High-
ways. Interstate cooperation and Tax-
States' greatest markets. Retail
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER will
ation; and
sales total over $44 billion a year. meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
WHEREAS, On several different
occasions, Senator Blondy's Demo-
Michigan's colleges and univer- the home of Mrs. Alexander Fisch,
cratic
colleagues have recognized his
sities grant degrees in every im- 23571 Radcliffe, Oak Park. Des-
outstanding leadership abilities by
electing
him Minority Leader of the
portant field of specialization.
sert luncheon will be served. and
State Senate, a position of high honor
Michigan is a great agricultural Rabbi Sherwin Wine will present
which he has served wth distinction;
state. Thirty-nine of its 83 counties a book review. Guests invited.
and
WHEREAS, The vibrant voice of
rank among the first 100 in the For information, call Rose Stein,
United States in the production of LI 5-3421, or Elinor Kurland, KE
field crops, fruit and livestock.
2-7398.
* * *
Michigan has 19-million acres of
commercial forest land which
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAPTER
every year is producing larger and will hold its next regular meeting
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
larger crops of wood. Michigan is 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Work-
a major source of the nation's men's Circle Center. Rabbi Israel
iron, copper, limestone, gypsum, Goodman of Pontiac will speak on
and ENTERTAINMENT
salt and saltines.
"Sex and Religion." Refreshments
BY
Phone
Michigan
has
a
yoUng
popula-
will be served.
HARRY COHEN
tion and its population is growing
* * *
• STYLE
scribed on the scroll will be the younger. In 1960 only 9.5 percent
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
• ELEGANCE
UN 3-5730
names of his friends who paid or 739,600 of Michigan's people
• BEAUTY
UN 3-8982
tribute to him for his service to were in the 18 to 24 age class. By SIONAL CHAPTER will meet 8:30
Hillel Day School and countless 1970 12.5 percent or 1,201,000 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Gemiluth
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
Chassodim. After a business meet-
other causes in the Jewish commu- will be in this class.
ing, they will be hostesses to the
nity. Cohen is honorary chairman
BB' Savage girls' group, and will
of this year's dinner.
when you core enough to remember . . .
Phi Beta Kappa Names
see a film called "Prescription for
Cochairmen of the event are
Life."
A
social
hour
will
follow.
Sherman Shapiro and Rabbi Jacob 7 Yeshivah High Grads
Seven graduates of Yeshivath For information, call Dorothy
E. Segal. Associate chairmen in-
Goldberg, UN 2-6610.
clude Mrs. William Burk, Mrs. Beth Yehudah High School were
* * *
Samuel Danto, Milton Marwil, Abe awarded the Phi Beta Kappa cer-
ARIA AZA, Southfield, an-
Morrison and Albert Posen. The tificates of scholarship excellence
dinner committee includes Rabbi by the Detroit Phi Beta Kappa As- nounces recently elected officers
by HERMAN JAFFEE
Morris Adler, Norman Allan, Leon- sociation at the recent Honors Con- are president, Bill Simon; vice
LI 2-6373
vocation
in
Ford
Auditorium.
president. Larry Farber; member-
ard Baron, Mrs. Theodore Bargman
Percentagewise the seven re- ship director, Mark Dembs; treas-
Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Home Portraits
Mrs. Gerson Berris, Harold Berry,
Mrs. Morris Brandwine, Abraham cipients represent nearly 50 per urer, Ed Bayer, and secretaries
Borman, Torn Borman, Norman Cot- cent of the graduating class, the Sandy Linden and Alan Harvith.
tler, Sol Dann, Israel Elpern, Rabbi highest percentage of graduates at
Herbert Eskin, Cantor Nicholas a Detroit high school to receive Jewish Life Declining?
Fenakel, Nathan Freedland, Ben this recognition.
Recipients were Fay Baras, Linda Bnai Brith Head Scoffs
Goldberg, Nathan Goldin, Max
Goldsmith, Rabbi Benjamin Gorre- Beale, Sarah Gail Cohen, Rivkah
lick, Dr. Morris Greenberg, Rabbi Greenbaum. Rochelle Greenfield, at the 'Scare Theory'
NEW YORK (JTA) — Predic-
Irwin Groner, Herbert L. Harris, Judith Isbee and Zipporah Kahana.
Charles Feinberg is president of tions of an American Jewish life
Frank Holtzman, Earl Hordes, Mo-
ris M. Jacobs, Percy Kaplan, Morris the Detroit Association of Phi Beta t h r ea t e n e d by "disappearance
Karbal, Paul Kelman. Mrs. Arnold Kappa. He was instrumental last through intermarriage" were chal-
Kass, Judge Ira G. Kaufman. year in extending the awards to in- lenged as a "scare theory" by Bnai
Judge Nathan Kaufman, Mrs. clude private, parochial, and day Brith president Label A. Katz.
Louis Klein, Mrs. Bella Kozloff, schools in the city of Detroit as
In a report to the organization's
administrative committee, K a t z
Philmore Leemon, Rabbi Moses well as all public high schools.
agreed that the increase in mixed
Lehrman, Dan M. LeVine, Louis
Children
Levitan, Jack Malamud, Harry Oak Woods 'Breaks Bank' marriages is a "growing problem
Two 4-week
Oak Woods Lodge and Chapter that needs to be explored." But he
Miller, Meyer Millman, David Pol-
Grades
I thru 6
periods
lack, Nathan Sharon, Jack Shenk- broke all Bnai Brith Blood Bank disputed "the advertised fears of
New
attradive
June 29-July 24
man, Mrs. Morris Schaver, Rabbi records with 206 pints of blood those who suggest the Jewish com-
Wes
Irving Schnipper, Harry Schumer, this year. During the period of munity could become an ultimate
July 27-Aug. 21
Sidney Chevitz, Rabbi Jacob E. September 1963 to May 1964, five suicide because of it."
Segal, Nathan Shur, Eugene Sloan, rallies were held. Oak Woods ef-
He pointed out that during the
• OVERNIGHTS
Carmi Slomovitz, Philip Slomovitz, forts were directed by Irving Sim- same period in which, according to
Wolf Snyder, Nathan Soberman, ons and Mrs. Norma Wolf, chair- recent studies, the proportion of in-
Information About
For
termarriages has risen substantially,
George Spoon, Max Stollman, Phil- men.
Day Camp or Other Children's Summer Activities
lip Stollman, Saul Waldman and
"there have also been noteworthy
Bnai Brith District In Canada advances in almost every area of
Mrs. Milton Weiss.
MONTREAL — Bnai Brith in- Jewish community life."
For information concerning the
school, or reservations for the din- stalled its first Canadian district
ner, call the school office, LI last week, the 22nd in the 120-year THE DETROIT ,flEWISH NEWS
35
Friday, May 15, 1964
history of the organization.
8-8224.

Activities

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Retiring' Sen. Blondy Hailed


in Resolution by Colleagues

State's Qualities
Told in Marking
of Michigan Week

Dr. Artz to Speak
at Hillel Dinner;
Will Honor Cohen

I I WHY WORRY = I

HOME CATERING

HAL GORDON

2

EL 6-8411

CANDID ART

photography of distinction

2

Jewish
Community Center

DAY CAMP

Call Dl 1-4200

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