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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-07

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Program Set for Salute to Israel
Dinner Honoring Morris Brandwine

Morris J. Brandwine, immediate
past president of Cong. Bnai
David, will be honored by the
synagogue at a Salute to Israel
dinner Aug. 19, in recognition of
his devotion to his synagogue and
to Israel. The dinner will be held
in the Julius Rotenberg Hall of the
congregation, Southfield and 91/2
Mile road.
Chairman of the affair on behalf
of Israel Bonds will be Max Sosin.
Lew Norman, noted comedian
and raconteur. will be the guest
star.
Brandwine, who has served as
president of Bnai David on two
separate occasions, five years ago
for two years and the past year,
has held every office in the con-
gregation. He is the chairman of

MORRIS J. BRANDWINE

JNF in Israel.
Brandwine has been active in
Israel Bond campaigns.
Cantor Hyman J. Adler will
render several selections and Rabbi
Hayim Donin will give the tribute
to Brandwine.
For reservations to the dinner
call the Israel Bonds office. DI
1-5707.

*

* *

Bnai Brith Council's
Alex Gersuk Named
Israel Bond Chairman

Appointment of Alexander Ger-
suk, past president of Pisgah
Lodge, as Israel Bond chairman
for the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council, has been announced
by Sol Mos s,
Council pr es i-
dent.
Gersuk has
served as fund
raising chairman
of Pisgah, as re-
tention chairman,
and as member-
ship chairman
and on other com-
Gersuk
mittees in the
lodge and on the council level.
A veteran member of Bnai Brith
and a dedicated worker for Israel,
Gersuk has been a leader in Israel
Bond activities since the inception
of the Bnai Brith Israel Bond pro-
gram and has been honored twice
by the Israel Bond Organization.
He is also active in Masonic circles.
An intensified Bnai Brith Israel
Bond program is being prepared
by Moss, Gersuk and Hy Crystal,
executive secretary of the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
in cooperation with Louis E. Levi-
tan, Detroit Israel Bond director
and a member of the Pisgah
executive board. This past year,
Bnai Brith members in the Detroit
area subscribed for a total $250,000
in Israel Bonds.

the committee which is raising
funds for a new sanctuary and
school building. He has been a
Zionist all his life. He has served
as president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund for three years, was
vice president in charge of the
JNF foundation and is now serv-
ing on the national board of the
JNF Foundation. He is also a
member of the board of the
United Hebrew Schools. of Beth
*
*
Yehudah and the Hillel Day
School.
Greatly interested in the eco-
nomic upbuilding of Israel, Brand-
wine has the only packaging plant
in Isarel—the Shihlul Press of Tel
Aviv. He has also established the
Max M. Shaye, president of the
Brandwine Mile of Trees through Detroit Service Club and a leader
in the Allied Jewish Campaign, has

accepted the chairmanship of
the Cong. Shaarey Zedek High
Holy Day dinner
on behalf of
Israel Bonds, to
be held Sunday,
Sept. 13, it was
Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, noted lect-
announced by
urer, expert on the Middle East
David Miro, pres-
and former officer in the intelli-
ident of Shaare
gance corps of the Israel defense
forces, will be the guest speaker Zedek.
One of the na-
at the Bnai David
tion's top enter-
leadership recep-
tainers will be
tion hosted by
on the program
Shaye
Mr. and Mrs.
and an internationally known
Harold Soble at
figure will be the guest speaker.
their home, 21152
Shaye is a member of the execu-
Rutland, South-
tive board of the Jewish Welfare
field, 8:30 p.m.
Federation and served as president
Wednesday, i n
of the Jewish Family and Chil-
advance of the
Bnai David din-
dren's Service. He is a leader in
ner honoring
the food industry.
Morris J. Brand-
wine.
St. Louis Jewry Plans
Dr. Plotkin was:,
Review
of Community
educated at the
ST. LOUIS (JTA)—A major re-
Universities of
view of the activities of the Jew-
Jerusalem and
ish Federation here will be under-
London and was
taken by a special president's com-
the first citizen
Dr. Platkin
of Israel to he admitted to Prince- mittee o n federation planning
ton Universitiy's Woodrow Wilson according to an announcement by
School of Public and International. Alfred Fleishman, president of the
Affairs. He obtained his MA and Federation. He has appointed Saul
PhD degrees from Princeton, A. Dubinsky and Edward F.
where he taught in the depart- Schweich to membership in the
committee, and will announce soon
ment of politics.
the names of 15 to 25 other com-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
munity leaders to participate in
Friday, August '7, 1964
24
the study.

Shaye to Head
Shaarey Zedek's
Dinner for Bonds

Princeton Prof.
to Speak Aug. 12,
at Leadershhi Fete

People
Make News

IRVING I. KATZ, executive
secretary of Temple Beth El and
honorary president of the Nat-
ional Association of Temple Ad-
ministrators, has been invited to
speak at the national convention
of the American Cemetery As-
sociation in Minneapolis Aug. 17-
21. He will speak on "New Ideas
in Cemetery Administration."
*
4:

Rabbi SAMUEL CHIEL, TV pro-
gram editor for the two Jewish
religious series, Eternal Light
(NBC-TV) and Directions '64—A
Jewish Perspective (ABC - TV)
telecasts during 1963-64, has been
invited to continue to edit these
programs for the coming season.
Announcement of Rabbi Chiel's re-
appointment was made by Dr. Ber-
nard Mandelbaum, provost of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America which, through its de-
partment of radio and television,
is responsible for the production
of these religious programs.

*

The Association of Orthodox
Jewish Scientists has announced
that Rabbi JACOB S. WEINBERG,
of Yeshivath Ner Israel in Balti-
more, will be the keynote speaker
at the fourth annual convention
weekend, Aug. 21-23 at the Empire
Hotel, Ferndale, N.Y.

*
Robert F. Wagner, Mayor of New
York, has been named 1964 recip-
ient of the annual "America-Israel
Friendship Award" of the Mizrachi
Women's Organi-
zation of Ameri-
ca, it w a s an-
ti nounced by Mrs.
Eli Resnikoff, na-
tional president
of the women's
religious - Zion-
ist organization.
The award is pre-
sented each year
"to that person
not of the Jewish
Mayor Wagner faith, who has
contributed most deeply to under-
standing between the peoples of
the U.S. and Israel."
*
*

RICHARD P. GERSTEN has
been promoted to buyer for the
J. L. Hudson Co. cleaning
materials department, it was an-
nounced by Walter E. Simmons,'
senior vice president. Gersten, em-
ployed by Hudson's since July
1957, when he joined the company
as an executive trainee, has been
assistant buyer for the same de-
partment since 1958. He is a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan.
• * *

MRS. JUNE FIEGER and BILL
BLAKE have been selected to rep-
resent Oak Park as delegates to
the American Federation of Tea-
chers convention in Chicago Aug.
16-21. Mrs. Fieger is president,
and Blake is vice president of the
Oak Park Federation of Teachers.
• * *
DR. JOSEPH MONTANTE was
among the first of the 1964 candi-
dates to file for the Detroit Board
of Education, with over 8,000 sig-
natures of recommendation. He is
a graduate of Northern High
School, and has a AB, BM, and an
MD from Wayne State University.
* * *
SAMUEL DAROFF is sched-
uled to receive the Distinguished
Service award of the International
Fund-Raising Association, for his
efforts on behalf of the poor the
world over.

The brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers was founded in Mar-
shall, Mich., in 1863 and soon be-
came one of the leading organiza-
tions of the labor movement.

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Ohio Firm Opens
$1,200,000 Plant
in Israeli City

Joanne Bro7evi Wed
to Howard R. Moss

MRS. HOWARD MOSS
Joanne Lois Brown and Howard
Richard Moss were united in mar-
riage yesterday in a ceremony at
which Rabbi Morris Adler offici-
ated.
Their parents are Mrs. H. King
Brown of Warrington Dr. and the
late Mr. Brown, and Mr. and Mrs.
Milton B. Moss of Ilene Ave.
The bride's gown was of peau
de soie and duchess lace, with a
high jeweled neckline, long tap-
ered sleeves and a fitted bodice.
The dome-shaped skirt flowed
into a detachable cathedral train
of peau de soie bordered in-
matching lace, and the silk il-
lusion veil was attached to a
tiara of duchess lace and pearls.
She carried a bouquet of ivy and
Stephanotis.
Mrs. Dean Fine, sister of the
bridegroom, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Cheryl Harwin,
Barbara Granet, Barbara Freed-
land, Arlene Martin, Phyllis Dub-
rinsky and Mrs. William Wetsman.
Best man was Robert Brown
Seating the guests were Ronald
Moss, Richard Moss, Ronald Mich-
aelson, Leonard Kaplan, Barry
Solomon, Lawrence Schiff and
Dean Fine.
After a honeymoon to New
York and the Catskills, the couple
will reside on Greenfield Rd.

NATHANYA, Israel (JTA) — A
new plant, costing approximately
$1,200,000, was dedicated here by
E. W. Bliss Co. of Canton, 0.,
in the presence of Pinchas Sapir,
Israel's minister of trade and
Commerce; Oved Ben Ami, mayor
of Nathanya; Carl Anderson, presi-
dent of the company; and officials
of the firm.
The new installation is being
used to manufacture inclinable
presses in capacities from two and
one-half tons to 200 tons for export
sales as well as for use in Israel's
growing industrial economy. The
dedication followed the start of
production by two months. Sizable
orders are already in process for
Israel and offshore customers, in-
cluding English firms. Bliss has
manufacturing plants in 11 cities in
the United States and five coun-
tries abroad. It is a major producer
of metalworking machinery, public
safety equipment, electrical com-
ponents and aerospace products.

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