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August 21, 1964 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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Shaarey Zedek's
Bond Event to Be
Black Tie Affair

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's "Bond
With Israel" dinner on Sept. 13
will be addressed by an interna-
tionally famous personality, be-
sides featuring Sammy Davis as
the guest star, was announced by
Max Shaye, dinner chairman.
Serving with Shaye as co-chair-
men in charge of tickets and ar-
rangements are Mrs. Davis A.
Benson, immediate past president
of the Sisterhood, and Leonard
Baron, Men's Club vice president.
Bar on was the
chairman and
Mrs. Benson, co-
chairman, of the
previous Shaarey
Zedek dinner on
behalf of State
of Israel Bonds.
RabbiMorris
Adler, who will
introduce the
main speaker,
has taken a key
role in initiating
and planning
the Shaarey Ze-
dek "Bond With
Israel" dinner.
A s chairman o f
the UAW Public
Dr. Alder
Review Bo a rd, Rabbi Adler has
been instrumental in the success
of the annual labor movement
Israel Bond affairs, which in the
last three years resulted in Israel
Bond subscriptions totaling
$370,000.
The Shaarey Zedek dinner will
be a black tie affair.
Reservations may be made by
contacting the dinner co-chairmen
or the Shaarey Zedek office.
Sammy Davis will be starring in
"Golden Boy" at the Fisher. A
year ago, when he appeared at the
Israel Bond Women's Division in-
stallation luncheon, he promised
to come back for an Israel Bond
affair in Detroit.

Judge Kaufman Speaks
at Bond Leaders' Fete

Judge Nathan J. Baufman of the
circuit court will be the guest
speaker at a leadership reception
hosted by Mr. and Mrs William
Hordes, Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at
his home, 19766
. Marlowe. The re-
ception is on be-
half of Cong .
Ahavas Achim
and in advance
of the High Holy
Day Appeal.
Hordes was re-
cent ly honored
at the Labor
Zionist - Lands-
Judge Kaufman manshaften Is-
rael Bond rally which resulted in
Israel Bond subscriptions totaling
more than $250,000.
Judge Kaufman won a nation-
wide reputation, when he was ju-
venile court judge, for his deal-
ings with the delinquency prob-
lem. He was appointed by Presi-
dent Eisenhower on the White
House commission dealing with
youth problems and was a delegate
to t h e international conference
dealing with youth held in Brus-
sels.

Akiva Day School Plans
Orientation Open House

Orientation Day at the Akiva
Day School will be held 11 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. Aug. 30 at the school's
quarters in the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute, 1916'1 Schaefer.
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal
of the school, announced that all
the teachers would be present to
meet parents of the newly enrolled
students. The program is being
designed to provide an opportunity
for the parents to view the class-
room set-up and to learn about the
projected curriculum of Detroit's
newest Hebrew day school.
Refreshments will be served by
the parents' organization.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28 Friday, August 21, 1964

Robert Lurk to Speak
at Leadership Event
Before Bond Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss will
host a leadership reception next
Thursday, 8:30 p.m. at their home,
17140 Adrian,
Southfield, in ad-
vance of the Con.
B nai Moshe
P r esidential
Toast to Israel
Dinner.
Guest speaker
at the affair will
be Robert Lurie
of St. Louis, na-
Weiss
tional Israel
Bond special events chairman and
public relations consultant to the
American-Israel Foundation. Lurie
originated and directed a number
of Jewish TV and radio programs
and has been active in national
Bnai Brith and communal affairs.

Bnai Moshe to Honor
Past Presidents at
Bond Diner Sept. 12

All the living past presidents
of Cong. Bnai Moshe will be
honored at the presidential Toast
to Israel dinner, Sept. 12, 8 p.m.,
in the Harry Rosman Social Hall,
it was announced by Nathan Sharon,
president. Melvin Weisz is the din-
ner chairman. Arthur Boschan is
ticket chairman.
This event, being held on behalf
of State of Israel Bonds, is in ad-
vance of the annual Holy Day
Appeal.
Heading the program will be
Joey Adams, popular entertainer
and president of the American
Guild of Variety Artists. He is
commissioner of youth for the city
of New York and has received
honorary degrees from Columbia,
New York University and the Col-
lege of the City of New York. He
is the author of many best sellers,
including "On The Road for Un-
cle Sam," the story of his U.S.O.
tour of African and Asian coun-
tries, sponsored by the U.S. State
Department.
Rabbi Moses Lehrlman will give
the tribute to the
residents. C a n -
tar Louis Klein
will sing several
selections.
The past pres-
idents to be hon-
ored include:
Theodore Curtis,
Adolph Deutsch,
S a m Freedman, Rabbi Lehrlman
Ben F. Galdman,E rnest Good-
friend, Harry Gunsberg, Joseph
Kornfield, Stephan Lanti, Irwin
Tamler, Norbert Reinstein, Ben-
Jamin Weiss and Eugene Weiss.
For reservations call the Israel
Bond Office, DI 1-5707.

Walter Goodman
Assisted by Able
State Fair Staff

Preparation for the Michigan
State Fair, Aug. 28 through Sept.
7, is gaining momentum. The State
Fair staff will have few free mom-
ents between now and the end of
the exposition Labor Day.
Among key staff members super-
ising preparations under the direc-
tion of General Manager Walter
A. Goodman, 19927 Schaefer, are
Harry Weberman, 15211 Pearson,
Oak Park, director of personnel;
Gene Ralmer, 26389 York, Hunt-
ington Woods, director of the
grandstand; and Robert Chapin,
13013 Joy Road, director of pub-
lications.
All are active in affairs of the
local Jewish community.
Goodman, a former teaher, is
in his third year as general man-
ager of the State Fair.
Weberman, in his ninth year
with the State Fair, is charged
with the recruiting and scheduling
of the hundreds of workers who
make up the swollen State Fair
staff during Fair time.
A counselor at Oak Park High
School, Weberman devotes most
of his summer to State Fair duties,
starting about July 4 and winding
up just in time to return to school
duties after Labor Day.
Raymer, in his 10th year with
the Fair, is responsible for all the
attractions before the grandstand,
such as Hubert Castle's Interna-
tional Circus, which will perform
three times most days of the fair.
He also is charged with pre-plan-
ning for children's contests and
with coordinating Teachers Day,
Friday, September 4. Raymer also
is a teacher of English at Huchin-
son High School.
Chapin, head of the English de-
partment at Pelham Junior High
School, is director of publications
for the State Fair. His duties are
part-time from February to early
June and full-time all summer.
Chapin is in his second year with
the State Fair.

MISS BRYNA LINDEN •

Judge and Mrs. Joseph S. Lin-
den of Owosso, Michigan, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Bryna Jean to Jeffrey Miller Leib,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W.
Leib of Balmoral Dr.
The bride-to-be attends Michigan
State University, where she is af-
filiated with Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority. Her fiance is a graduate
of MSU's school of business, where
he was affiliated with Delta Sigma
Pi fraternity, and will now attend
the University of Detroit School
of Law.
A June, 1965 wedding is planned.

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