Alex Beguns Mark
TAU EPSILON RHO Law Fra-
ternity, Detroit Graduate Chapter,
will induct Circuit Court Judges
Benjamin D .Burdick and James
Montate as associate members at a
dinner 6:30 p.m. June 4 at Topin-
ka's Country House. A panel dis-
cussion on "Hints on the Trial of a
Negligence Case" will be featured,
with William Weinstein presenting
the plaintiff's viewpoint and Willi-
am Cooney the defendant's. For res-
ervations, call Norman Conn, 962-
* * *
MR. AND MRS. ALEX BEGUN
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Begun, 6808
W. Outer Dr., recently celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary at
a party given by their four chil-
dren, Messrs. and Mesdames Paul
Begun, Philip Begun, Albert Dick-
man and Sam D. Jacobs, and the
senior Beguns' 11 grandchildren.
The couple are native Detroit-
ers, Mr. Begun having long been
active in the building business.
He founded the American Con-
crete Receptacle Co., American
Vault Co. and American Concrete
Products Co. He invented and pa-
tented a burial vault which is now
manufactured in many cities
throughout the country.
Mr. Begun, a 32nd-degree Ma-
son, is a member of Mosaic Lodge
and Pisgah Lodge, Bnai Brith.
Beth El Men's Club
Alfred L. Lindenbaum was elect-
ed president of the Men's Club of
Temple Beth El at the 45th annual
meeting on May 12. Other officers
elected were: Bernard R. Isen-
berg and Robert N. Canvasser,
vice-presidents; Martin K. Stein,
treasurer; Stanley J. Clamage,
secretary; Samuel Petok, assistant
A teacher in the Detroit Public
baum holds B.S.
and M.A. de-
grees and- i
presently w o r k-
ing on his doc-
torate at Wayne
He is the ad-.
ministrative a s -
sistant of the Re-
ligious School of
Temple Beth El Lindenbaum
with which he has been affiliated
for the past ten years. A con-
firmand from the Beth El Relig-
ious School, he is a past president
of the Married Group and a mem-
ber of Phi Delta Kappa, interna-
tional men's honor educational
The following were elected to
the board of directors for a two-
year term: Albert D. Blatnikoff,
Daniel Carpenter, William M. Ell-
man, Philip M. Fisher, Marshall J.
Greenspan, George Karden, Mar-
shall F. Loewenstein, Dr. Samuel
Millstone. Nathan S. Peterman,
Robert Rosenbush, Walter Shape-
ro and James M. Wienner.
Directors serving one more year
are: Burton F. Bielfield, Herbert
G. Blumberg, Robert L. Fenton,
Ronald L. Greenberg, Norman Jas-
love, Harold Lawson, Harold S.
Norman, Irving J. Rubin, Robert
E. Schwartz, Milton Shafran, Dr.
Herman Sperling and Richard
Str i ch a rtz
Chilean Deputies Honor
Israel in Special Session
SANTIAGO (JTA) — The Chil-
ean Chamber of Deputies held a
special session in honor of the 16th
anniversary of Israel's independ-
ence which was attended by Israel
Ambassador Naor. T h e Chilean
Senate held a similar observance
on May 5.
Gordin to Speak
at JCC Assembly
Israel Mission in Peru
to Study Possibilities
for Irrigation of Land
Nets $5.9 Million
"Michigan's Civil Rights Goals"
will be discussed at the Jewish
Community Council delegate as-
sembly 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Jewish Center, by Burton I. Gor-
din, executive director of the Mich-
igan Civil Rights Commission.
As professional head of the na-
tion's first constitutionally estab-
lished civil rights agency, Gordin
brings a background of experience
LIMA (JTA) — An Israeli mis-
sion has arrived in Peru to study
the possibilities of exploring the
waters in the subsoil of the De-
partment of Lambayeque to make
use of some 1,500 hectares (3706.5
acres) in that part of Peru.
This would put under irrigation
an area of great agricultural po-
tential which is now unproductive
The mission will make exact
studies in geology and hydrology,
as well as to the soil of the region
to be irrigated, and climatic con-
ditions. Members of the mission
will prepare a report on the cost
of the irrigation project, adjust
present programs and recommend
a better use of present resources.
CLEVELAND (JTA)—The 1964
Jewish Welfare Fund Appeal
closed with a dinner-meeting here
at which the record total of $5,932,-
005 was reported. A large, en-
thusiastic audience cheered the an-
nouncement by Arthur Dery, gen-
eral chairman who presided, that
this year's result topped the pre-
vious high set last year by $102,789.
TICAL ASSOCIATION will meet
9 p.m. Monday at Imperial Cater-
ing. A panel discussion on "Mod-
ern-Day Drugstore Operation and
How it Affects t h e Individual
Owner" will be featured, and re-
freshments will be served.
United Israel Appeal
Plans World Conclave
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
Sen. Kennedy Receives
Edward Kennedy, Massachusetts
Democrat, was presented with the
Peace Award of the Synagogue
Council of America, in a ceremony
in his Senate office here. He ac-
cepted the award on behalf of the
The award, formally known as
the Judaism and Peace Award,
was established in 1960 and was
first presented to President Eisen-
hower. President Kennedy had
been the candidate of the SCA for
the award for 1964 before his
tragic death. The award will hence-
forth be known as the John F.
Kennedy Peace Award of the Syna-
gogue Council of America.
JERUSALEM—A world confer-
ence of the United Israel Appeal
will convene in Jerusalem on Dec.
22, the week preceding the World
Zionist Congress, it was announc-
ed here Wednesday. The confer-
ence will be devoted to a re-eva-
luation of the organization, struc-
ture and activities of the Keren
BURTON J. GORDIN
Herrarte. the Guatemalan minist-
ter of foreign affairs, and Mrs.
Herratre, were hosts at a recep-
tion in honor of Joshua Shai, who
left Guatemala after four years
of service as Israeli ambassador.
Jewish Education Week
Proclaimed in Montreal
MONTREAL, (JTA)—The Can-
adian Jewish congress proclaimed
as Jewish Education Week in
Montreal as the start of an all-out
effort to persuade more Jewish
parents to provide their children
with a Jewish education.
ELIZABETH, N. J., ( J T A )—
Ground was broken here for a new
$1-million Mesivta High School of
New Jersey, the only accredited
yeshiva high school in the state.
The new building will be the
fourth addition in 16 years to the
campus of the Elizabeth Jewish
The center includes the Mesivta
High School for boys, the Bruriah
High School for Girls, a junior
high school and an elementary
school. The center, which has an
annual budget of more than $300,-
000, accommodates 500 students
from 29 New Jersey and adjacent
Branch 7 to Convene
Branch 7, LZOA, will meet 8:30
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Matenky, 19426
Burgess. Harold Berke will discuss
American Nazi leader George Lin- Israel's water project.
coln Rockwell again predicted he
For information, call Mrs. Ma-
would be "swept into office" as tenky, KE 5-0568.
president of the United States in
1972. Two thousand students at
Eastern Michigan University, Ypsi-
lanti, heard his talk last week.
You don't need
Only mild hisses and boos
greeted Rockwell. He was without
visible bodyguards, but state, local
and campus police were present.
`Sweeping' Victory Seen
in the intergroup relations field by Rockwell in 1972
to his present position. He was
formerly executive director of the
Philadelphia Commission on Hu-
man Relations. A graduafe of Tem-
ple University, Gordin w a s for-
merly a reporter for the Philadel-
phia Record. He is an army vet-
eran of World War II and follow-
ing his military service he re-
ceived a master's degree from
Jewish Groups Asked
Bryn Mawr College.
Members of the Infants Service
to Drop Bingo Benefits
Group will be hostesses at a social
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) — Jewish
groups in Minnesota have been hour following the meeting.
urged in a resolution adopted here
by the Jewish Community Rela- Entertaining and Notably
tions Council of this state to eli- Illustrated 'Gaelic Ghosts'
minate the game of bingo as a
"Gaelic Ghosts," a new chil-
fund-raising device. Previously, dren's book published by Holt,
the Minnesota Rabbinical Associa- Rinehart and Winston (383 Madi-
tion voted unanimous disapproval son, NY17), deserves special atten-
of bingo for fund-raising purposes tion.
by Jewish organizations.
It is a well told story about bag-
pipes and spooks and boggles and
it deserves special attention also
because of its fine art work.
An old Jewish woman, just
Sorche Nic Leodhas is the able
turned 90, became ill and called
story-teller and the noteworthy il-
lustrations are by Nonny Hogro-
He examined her carefully
and looked doubtful.
Thus, a good story and charming
"Can you cure me, doctor?"
woodcuts provide real entertain -
the old woman asked, hopefully.
ment for the young. Their elders
"Dear Granny," said the doc-
tor, soothingly. "You know what will share with them the joy that
comes from so well produced an
happens when one gets older.
All sorts of ailments begin to
happen. After all, a doctor is
not a miracle man. He cannot
make an old woman younger."
to Ease Visa Laws
"Who's asking you to make
MELBOURNE (JTA)—Ali agree-
me younger, doctor?" protestsd
ment between Israel and Australia
the old woman, irritably. "What
to abolish tourist and transit visas
I want is to grow older!" — Na-
into Israel for Australian travel-
than Ausubel in "A Treasury
ers, with reciprocal easing of such
of Jewish Folklore."
requirements for Israeli travelers
to Australia was announced here.
Honors Israel Envoy
$1-Million Yeshiva High
Started in New Jersey
Sioux City Federation Gets
Fund From $1,500,000 Bequest
SIOUX CITY (JTA) — Checks
representing a partial distribution
of a $1,500,000 bequest left to the
Jewish Federation here and a
dozen other local and national in-
stitutions have been received by
the beneficiary groups.
Beth Moses Consecrant
The name of Lois E. Leaderman
was erroneously omitted from the
list of Beth Moses consecrants to
be honored at the synagogue Sun-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 22, 1964
• Candids • Formals
ALL Your Photography
Done in a Distinctive
Way For Those
Four Stores to Serve You
J. J. CLARKE
5th Floor Mutual Bldg., at 28 W. AdamS
19360 Livernois-16633 E. Warren
235 Pierce, Birmingham
CALL MR. ROSEN 341-4141
• ■ •••= ■ 1111•• ■
..0"4 ■ 00•4%.00 ■ 00 .14■ 00.1 ■ 00%••••••••• ■
For the Ultimate in Music
Call Maury Little
For Your Fine Diamonds and Jewelry
"Buy With Confidence"
Norman Allan Co.
/.te-4 111 .k
OPEN THURS., FRI.
'TIL 9 P.M.
Detroit Louis Marshall Lodge No. 1203
cordially invites its members and their ladies to
29th Annual Installation of Officers and Dance
Sunday, May 31 — 8:30 p.m.
Eddie Pawl's Supper Club
15241 E. Warren
Refreshments — Dancing — Following Ceremony
For Reservations Call
Jack Tarnow — I.1 3-5696
or Jerry Cooper — 861-6591
$5.00 per Person
You'll Ever Make"
1 73 50 LIVERNOIS