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May 22, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-22

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City Proclamation to Young Israel

M U M FO RD

I

S

G
S By JAY MASSERMAN

Mayor Cavanagh presents the city's proclamation to leaders of
the Young Israel Council upon the opening of its 40th anniversary
celebration. Accepting the proclamation are (from left) Rabbi Joshua
S. Sperka, spiritual leader of Young Israel of Greenfield; Morris
Karbal, 40th anniversary general chairman; Cavanagh; and Rabbi
Samuel IL Prero. of Northwest Young Israel and president of the
Council.

A. ill Announcements

April 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Hochberg (Geraldine Salle) of
Cudahy, Calif. (formerly of De-
"RASKIN
troit), a son, David Alan.
* * *
BIG BABY BONUS"
April 29 — To Dr. and Mrs.
MRS. LESLIE FRIEDENBERG
Howard A. Reznick (Susan Cohen),
(8 lbs., 1 /s-oz.)
18821 Pembroke, a daughter,
Congratulations on the birth of your
Deborah
Jill.
daughter and we hope the RASKIN
* •
PRODUCTS you received helped
make your first week at home easier.
April 3—to Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Tabak (Estelle Hyman), 25601 Col-
RASKIN FOOD CO.
leen, Oak Park, a daughter, Stacey
Michelle.
May 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Merton
* * *
Robbins (Helene Penn), 20803
To Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Le-
Kenosha, Oak Park, a daughter, vine (Lorraine Goodman), 14601
Linda Sharon.
Rosemary, Oak Park, an adopted
daughter, Julie Ann.
May 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Man-
ny Friedman (Janice Steingold),
23240 Scotia, Oak Park, a Baugh-
_ ter, Stacy Renee.
*
*
May 9—To Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
Kovan (Barbara Valensky), 12741
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park, a
NEW YORK — In spite of the
daughter, Teressa Faye.
existence of a "massive indiffer-
• * *
May 8—To Mr. and Mrs. 'Worry ence" toward books of a serious
Neuvirth Annette Shulman), of character dealing with Zionism,
Hartwell Ave., a daughter. Sandy Israel and general Jewish subjects,
there is in this country "an un-
Lynn.
satisfied thirst for knowledge even
• * *
on the part of second- and third-
May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- generation Jews," Dr. Emanuel
mon .Tron (Leah Duchin), 19801 Neumann, chairman of the Herzl
Monte Vista, a daughter, Roseanne. Foundation, declared here Wednes-
* * *
day at a luncheon celebrating the
May 5—Ta Mr. and Mrs. Roger 10th anniversary of the Herzl
Leebove (Marilyn Thompson), 830 Press.
The occasion was marked by the
Merton, a son, Daniel Craig.
publication of "Coming Home."
*
a memoir by Rahel Yanait Ben
May 5—To Mr. and Mrs. William Zvi, widow of Israel's late presi-
Solomon (Lorraine Cohen). 23000 dent. The publishing house. is
Kipling, Oak Park, a daughter, devoted to works on Israel, Zion-
Irene Lynn'.
ism and Jewish culture.
* * *
"There are young Jews in
. May 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Charles growing numbers," Dr. Neumann
Brooks (Gail Lester), 19928 Brent- said, who are "reaching up into
wood, Livonia, a son, Neil David. the intellectual stratum not con-

*
tent with easy, superficial read-
April 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- ing who want to delve more
vey Lash (Nancy Bonin), 15134 deeply in their quest for knowl-
edge and the meaning and im-
James, Oak Park, a son, Todd
plications of Jewish identity."
Loren.
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Herzl Press, said that the pub-
lishing house "is dedicated to the
avowed purpose of the strengthen-
ing of mutual understanding be-
tween Israel and America and be-
tween the people of Israel and
American Jewry."
Other speakers at the luncheon
included ambassador Katriel Katz,
counsul general of Israel, Dr. Na-
hum Goldrnann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, and
Dr. Judah L. Shapiro, secretary
of the National Foundation for
Jewish Culture.

Habonim Evening Set

The Detroit Association of Phi
Beta Kappa annually honors those
seniors from Detroit public and
parochial schools who have com-
pleted high school with an A—
scholastic average and an outstand-
ing citizenship record.
This year 505 seniors from 32
high schools received merit scrolls
at the annual convocation held in
the Ford Auditorium.
Of this number, 102 Mumford
seniors were honored, more than
twice as many as any other high
school. They are as follows:
Martin A b e 1, Donna Adler,
Sharon Allan, Karen Anglin, Wil-
liam Ascher, Sanford Bell, Sheldon
Benn, Barbara Berger, Gail Bern-
stein, Janice Bobroff, Henry Bod-
zin, John Bookston, David Braver-
man, John Bumford, Joseph Burn-
stein, Mark Cohen, Barbara Cohn,
Barbara Desow, Carol Dickerman,
David Diskin, Thomas Ditkoff, Joel
Dorf, Jill Drapkin, Murray Ehrin-
preis, Lenore Ferber, Susan Fei-
genson, Sarah Frank, Sue Gershen-
son, Leslie Greenblatt, Robert
Gross, David Halpert, William Har-
ley, David Harold and John Har-
vath.
Also Karen Hertz, Richard Hertz-
berg, Peter Hooberman, Diane Hy-
man, Neil Juliar, Bruce Kahn, Mar-
tin Kane, Gail Kaye, Barbara Kell-
man, Rochelle Kessler, David Kle-
gon, Donald Klegon, Ira Klein,
Meegan Knutson, Cheryl Kraus,
Shirley Kunin, Carolin Kursman,
Nancy Lapin, Steven Lauter, Max-
ine Levitt„ Susan Lieberman, Rus-
sel Linden, John Loftier, Harry
Lubetsky, Ronald Lux, Jay Masser-
man, Kathryn Meistrich, Deborah
Mendelson, Barabara Miller, How-
ard Brian Miller, Allen Morton,
Carole Nathan and Richard Nowell.
Also Judith Oppenheim, Gale
Pam, Steven Jerome Parker, Diane
Pliskow, Allen Pollack, Nancy Re-
der, Toni Reisman, Rosalyn Rives,
Charles Robinson, Linda Rosenz-
weig, Ronald Rossen, Leonard
Sahn, Michael Sandler, Joel Saxe,
Dale Scherr, Ellen Scheuer, Mark
Scholnick, Joel Schulman, Gail
Schwartz, Steven Schwartz, Wil-
liam Shevin, Carol Simon, Susan
L. Smith, Richard Solomon, Laurie
Spector, Thomas Spira, Jared Stam-
ell, Lana Stein, Nancy Stein, David
Summer, Susan Werbe, Howard
White, Richard Wiener, Terry Zack
and Karen Zalenko.
The 300 delegates at Mumford's
mock Republican convention deli-
berated for seven hours last Friday,
finally agreed on a platform, and
nominated Sen. Barry Goldwater
for president and Sen. Thurston
Morton of Kentucky for vice presi-
dent. All classes were invited to
watch the proceedings.
A telegram was sent to the dele-
gates by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller
of New York with best wishes for
a successful convention.
The convention was held under
the auspices of the Mumford Cur-
rent Affairs Club, Russ Linden,
president.
Graduation is fast approaching.
The Senior Class is making pre-
parations for its final activities.
Over 400 seniors left Thursday
night to spend the weekend in
Washington. Plans are being made
for the senior picnic June 5 at
Kensington Park. The Senior So-
ciety show, featuring top talent
from the Senior Class, will be pre-
sented for the school on the morn-
ings of June 1 and 3.

"Erev Habonim," a program of
playlets and Israeli songs and
dances, will be presented at the
Israel's Cattle Herds
Labor Zionist Institute, 8 p.m. to-
Israel's
beef and dairy cattle
day by Habonim Labor Zionist
herds totaled more than 250,000
Youth. The public is invited.
last year, nearly eight times the
number at the establishment of
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 22, 1964
the state.
30

Lurie Is Named Chairman
of Annual Yeshiva U. Dinner

John E. Lurie, civic and com-
munal leader, has been named
chairman for the Detroit Friends
of Yeshiva Uni-
versity seventh
annual dinner to
be held June 2,
6:30 p.m., at
Cabo Hall.
The announce-
ment was made
by Abraham Bor-
man, a member
of the board of
trustees of Ye-
shiva. University
and chairman of
the Detroit
Friends of Ye-
shiva University.
Edward C. Levy
is co-chairman of
Detroit Friends.

Lurie The dinner,
at which Benjamin Levinson
will be guest of honor, will
benefit Yeshiva University's na-

tional scholarship program
which provides full or partial
grants-in-aid to 85 per cent of
the 5,500 students enrolled at
Yeshiva University. The scholar-

ship program is a major item
in the university's annual oper-
ating budget of $24,000,000.

with other leaders of his industry
to support the project to raise
standards of living in the new
Jewish nation and to help solve
its food problems. A noted philan-
thropist and industrialist, Lurie is
a past chaiman of the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign, sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Foundation, and
of the Allied Food Club. At the r,---
present time he is a principal irr
the Franklin Mortgage Company.
Many of the rabbis, business and
professional leaders of the Detroit
Jewish community are alumni of
Yeshiva University and students
attending are from this community
and other areas throughout the
United States.

Enrollment Now Open
for Greenberg School

The Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-
Yiddish School announces enroll-
ment for the coming school year.
Accredited nursery school classes
are available for boys and girls,
age 31/2-5. Those 5-13 may enroll
in Sunday morning and weekday
afternoon elementary classes.
For information, call the school
10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily and 10 a.m.-
noon Sunday at UN 4-6319.

Lurie, formerly head of Wrigley
Food Stores, was a pioneer in the
food industry. Through his leader-
ship, the Wrigley chain grew into
one of the largest of its kind in
the country. Among his outstand-
ing achievements is his participa-
tion in the development of Super-
Sol Limited, the first supermarket
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