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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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activities in Society

Sharon Mossman, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Sydney K. Mossman
of Atlanta, Ga., has received her Master of Arts degree from North-
western University, where she will retain a teaching assistantship in
September while working toward her PhD. She is the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Etkin, 16933 Mendota.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sikora and sons Glenn and Howard of River-
side, California, former residents of Oak Park, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ager of Wales Ave., Huntington Woods. During their
stay they will celebrate Howard's Bar Mitzvah at a cocktail party.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winogora, 14211 W. Lincoln, Oak Park, will
celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their son Leonard with a cocktail and din-
ner party Sunday evening at Holiday Manor in Oak Park.
Jack Barnes, of the Jack Barnes Dance Studio, announces that a
northwest couple, Gladys and Morrie Levine, danced off with top honors
in New York last week, placing second against top competitors from all
over the U.S. in the Dance Masters of America First National competi-
tion at the Hotel Commodore.
Mrs. Celia Borlack is now living at the Northgate Apartments,
15409 Northgate, Oak Park.

Annual Detroit Service Group Cup
Atvard at Stag Day at Franklin Hills

The Detroit Service Group an-
nual stag day for men Who worked
in the Allied Jewish Campaign
will be held Wednesday, Sept. 9,
at Franklin Hills Country Club, it
was announced by Max M. Shaye,
DSG chairman.
The Detroit Service Group is
the year - round organization of
workers in the trades and profes-
sions of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, the annual fund - raising
drive conducted by the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Detroit.
"Stag Day is a chance for all
our workers to relax and social-
ize," Shaye commented. "There
will be golf on the very fine course
at Franklin Hills, swimming, and
a host of other activities."
The planning committee for stag
day is headed by Paul Broder and
includes Arthur Howard, Charles
H. Gershenson and Mr. Shaye, ex-
officio.
A highlight of the event will be
the presentation of the Detroit
Service Group cup to the trade
division which reached the high-
est percentage of increase in the
1964 campaign over its achieve-
ment in 1963.
Winner of the cup in 1963 was
the real estate and building divi-
sion, whose leaders were Lewis
S. Grossman, chairman, Alfred
L. Deutsch, Aubrey H. Etten-
heimer, and Gilbert B. Silver-
man, co-chairmen.
The leading divisions to date in
the competition for the cup are:
Arts and crafts, Irving Goldberg,
chairman, David Safran and Har-
vey Willens, associate chairmen;
Services, Paul Broder and Harold
S. Norman, co-chairman; and real
estate and building, Aubrey H.
Ettenheimer, chairman, Alfred L.
Deutsch, co-chairman.

Barry Goldwater
as Cupid in 1912

A Washington-dated item in the
New York Times stated that while
Barry Goldwater's opponents find
him "a formidable customer,"' he
was shown in "all sweetness and
light" at the wedding, Feb. 12,
1912, of Miss Hazel Goldberg and
Joseph Melczer, as indicated in the
following item that appeared the
next day in the Arizona Gazette:
"As the music rose and fell soft-
ly at first and again of a trium-
phant strain, the smilax at the
doorway leading into the main
auditorium was gently drawn aside,
and Master Barry Goldwater, as
Cupid, stepped forth. He was en-
tirely clad in white and carried
in his arms a bow and quiver of
arrow s. Through an avenue of
palms he moved swiftly, followed
by Miss Ruth Goldberg, a tiny
maid in white, who carried a bas-
ket of rose leaves."
Recollections of Barry Gold-
water as a child visiting his Jewish
relatives in New York, when he
was 5, was recalled by Mrs. Selma
Rosenblatt, of 11537 Hamilton,
and was described in an article in
The Jewish News on July 24.

Barbara Jean Frank
to Marry Fred Stryk

Aussie Attorney General
Assures Jews of Govt.
Action on Incitement

David Cohens Mark
Golden Anniversary

CANBERRA (JTA)—Australian
Attoreny General B. Snedden as-
sured Australian Jewry that the
government will take legal action
in the case of any activities incit-
ing one group of the community
against another.
The assurance was contained in
a reply by Snedden to a letter by
NI. Ashkenazy, president of the Ex-
ecutive Council of Australian Jew-
ry bringing to the Government's
attention the existence of a sediti-
ous conspiracy directed against
Australian Jews.
Ashkenazy's letter also cited the
activities of the National Socialist
Party of Australia.

Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen,
24246 Coolidge, Oak Park, will
celebrate their 50th wedding an-
niversary at a reception at 13309
Ludlow, Huntington Woods, Sun-
day afternoon. Honoring their par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kel-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen.

MUSIC !

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Barbara Jean Frank
to Fred Stryk, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Stryk, 18011 Kentucky.
Miss Frank is the daughter of Mr.
Al Frank, 18928 Stansbury, and the
late Mrs. Frank.
The bride-elect attended Wayne
State University's college of educa-
tion, and her fiance is a graduate
of WSU's college of civil engi-
neering.
A December wedding is planned.

Leaders of the other trades and
professions vying for the 1964
award are: Mercantile, Marvin G.
Alexander, chairman, Peter D.
Brown, co - chairman, machanical
trades, Eugene J. Epstein, Merle
Harris and Malcolm S. Lowen-
stein, co-chairmen; food service
council, Edward J. Slotkin, chair-
man, Bob Rosenthal, co-chairman;
"When I hear any man talk of
and professional, Dr. Abraham
Becker and Milton J. Miller, co- an unalterable law, the only effect
it produces upon me is to convince
chairmen.
me that he is an unalterable fool."
Stag day features will be golf,
—Sydney Smith
prizes, recognition and awards to
campaign and division leaders, and
entertainment. Reservations may
be secured by calling Esther R.
Prussian, director of the Detroit
Service Group, WO 5-3939.

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Brevities

ABSENT VOTERS BALLOTS
for the Primary Election of Sept. 1
are now available for distribution
to Detroit electors who will be un-
able to go to the polls because
of illness or absence from the city,
Thomas D. Leadbetter, City Clerk,
announced. The deadline for the
acceptance of applications for bal-
lots is 2 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 29.
* • S
Boaz Siegel, candidate for State
Court of Appeals, will speak at
a meeting of the NORTHWEST
DETROIT TEEN DEMOCRATS 8
p.m. Fridy at 16110 Sussex.
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The VOLUNTEERS OF AMERI-
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vision sets, radios, clothing, etc.
In return, the Volunteers of Amer-
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cially handicapped persons. Call
the Volunteers at TR 2-5000 for
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Wayne County Treasurer, LOUIS
H. FUNK, reported that his office
collected $985,595.21 in delinquent
taxes during the month of July.
This is an increase of $283,142.93
over July, 1963. Funk also stated
that he received payment on 1,002
more tax bills during the month
than for the same month a year
ago. Wayne County is conducting
an extensive drive to reduce the
tax delinquency by an extra $2,000,-
000 by the end of September.

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the bride of Dr. Byron Samovitz,
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Friday, August 29, 1964 29

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