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August 21, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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Myrna L. Greenberg
to Wed New Yorker


Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Greenberg
of Gardner Ave., Oak Park, have
announced the engagement of their
daughter Myrna Lee to Leonard
Irwin Ladin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Ladin of New York.
Miss Greenberg is a graduate of
the Greenbrier School in Lewis-
burg, W. Va., and the Parsons
School of Design in New York.
Her fiance was graduated from
Cornell University.
Plans are being made for an
Oct. 25 wedding.

Make News

ambassador to the United States,
will address the Student Zionis.
Organization convention at 8:30
p.m., Sunday, August 30, at Camp
Hadar, Clinton, Conn.
WILLIAM LOVE, 19171 Mont-
rose, was elected president of the
Shoe Service Institute of America
at its annual meeting in New York
last week. Love, proprietor of
Love's Leather & Finders of 5180
Grand River, has long been active
in the association which includes
finders, manufacturers and whole-
salers interested in the supply of
products used by shoe repairmen
and shoe stores.




JACK YOGMAN has been ap-
pointed assistant to the president
of Joseph E. Seagram & Sons,
Inc., it was announced by Edgar
M. Bronfman, president. Yogman
is currently a vice president and
a member of the board of directors
of Seagrams, and will continue to
serve in these capacities.


Jan Peerce, tenor star of the
Metropolitan Opera Company who
scored a sensa-
tional hit with
the guests Aug. 1
when he head-
lined the show at
t h e Grossinger
Country Club,
Grossinger, N. Y.,
has been signed
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to star at world-
to The Jewish News)
famous Catskill
RAMAT GAN, Israel — The
Mountain resort
Ramat Gan registration office
Wednesday registered as man and
Sept. 5.
Jan Peerce
wife a "cohen" (a Jewish male
traditionally considered as descend-
ed from the ancient priestly fam- Maryland, Southfield, has qualified
ily) and a divorcee, despite the as a member of the 1964 Presi-
fact that such marriages are dent's Council of the New York
banned by the Torah.
Life Insurance Co. Neil McNab-
While no clergyman officiated nay, general manager, said Schech-
at the wedding, the couple fol- ter, as a member of the President's
lowed the traditional marriage Council, has qualified to attend
procedure involving the presenta- an educational conference Aug. 30-
tion of a ring before two witnesses. Sept. 3 in New York.
Their request for recognition of
the marriage has been rejected in
IRVING I. KATZ, executive sec-
numerous hearings before civil
retary of Temple Beth Ea, was
and rabbinical courts.
The Ministry of the Interior, commended by National Associa-
meanwhile, has begun legal action tion of Church Business Adminis-
against the couple since the cere- trators in its "Special Research
mony was carried out by un- Report" for his contributions to
the field of synagogue and church
authorized persons.
* •
Bridgeport Student
at Yeshiva College
sently assistant director of Butter-
worth Hospital in Grand Rapids,
Makes Solo Flight
will be advanced to membership
When Gary Lavit, a 19-year in the American College of Hospi-
sophomore at Yeshiva College, at- tal Administrators at the society's
tends Yeshiva University's Eastern 30th annual convocation in Chi-
Torah Leadership Seminar at Camp cago, Aug. 23.
Morasha in Lake Como, Pa., from
Aug. 25 to Sept. 2, he will probably
be the only student to fly into the Sephardic Shaare Zion Congre-
camp in a single-engine, Piper gation of Brooklyn, N.Y., was in-
Cub airplane.
stalled president of the Rabbinical
Lavit, who has been taking fly- Alliance of America at the mid-
ing lessons in the family plane
since he was ten year old, soloed summer conference held Aug. 11
at 16 to become the nation's in Monticello, * N. :f Y. *
youngest person licensed to fly.
Oak Park MAYOR R. J. ALEX-
At 17, Lavit obtained his private
pilot's license allowing him to ANDER presented a resolution
take friends up for a ride too. To passed by the City Council, express-
qualify, he had to pass a three- ing appreciation for the beautifiica-
and-a-half-h o u r examination in tion of the Benyas-Kaufman Pho-
aerodynamics, navigation and met- tographers studio at 8775 W. Nine
rology, fly 100 miles in a test pat- Mile Road, to JACK KAUFMAN.
tern, and accumulate an additional B e n y a s-Kaufman Photographers,
now in their 14th year, moved to
40 hours flying time.
Now rated for fixed-wing, single- Oak Park in 1959. Their building
engine land aircraft, young Lavit, was designed for photography and
is one of the finest studios in the
it seems, has only just begun.
United States.
Gitter Yid is Yiddish for "good
Hasid (p1. Hasidim) is Hebrew
Jew." A Zaddik, or wonder-work-
ing rabbi, revered by the Hasidim. for "pietest," a follower of Hasi-
dism, the mystical movement
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS which arose among the Polish Jews
30 Friday, August 21, 1964
in the 18th century.

Marriage Creates
Israel, Dilemma

JNF to Dedicate !Six Junior Hadassah Visitors in
Kennedy Memorial Israel Welcomed by First Lady
JERUSALEM — Six Michigan attended by alumnae of Junior
in Israel Nov. 22
Junior Hadassah members were Hadassah who have now settled

Upon Lis return last week from
Israel, Max Bressler, president of
the Jewish National Fund of Amer-
ica, disclosed that the cornerstone
laying of the John F. Kennedy
Memorial, to be
erected in the
heart of the John
F. Kennedy Peace
Peace Forest near
Jerusalem, w i 1 1
be held Nov. 22,
marking the first
anniversary of
the assassination
of the President.
The Kennedy
Peace Forest is
being planted by
the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Prominent Amer-
ican and Israeli
personalities will
be in attendance.
The unveiling of
the memorial is
scheduled to take place on the
Fourth of July, 1965, in the pre-
sence of 2,000 Americans, who are
expected to make a pilgrimaeg to
Israel for this auspicious event, and
outstanding American and Israeli
The JNF President met with
Israeli government in building
the monument which will be plac-
ed on a high parapet girded by 50
pillars, each representing an Am-
erican state.
Bressler also revealed plans for
a national competition in which
seven of Israel's leading architects
will submit designs for the mem-

Ground-Breaking Set
for First Y117-YWHA
Building in Jerusalem

President Zalman Shazar of the
State of Isi- ael will participate in
the ground - breaking ceremonies
Sept. 1 for the first YM-YWHA
building in Jerusalem, it was an-
nounced by Solomon Litt, New
York, president of the World
Federation of YMHAs and Jewish
Community Centers, which is rais-
the chairmanship of Mrs. Hugo
Dalsheimer of Baltimore. The
ground-breaking will be part of a
conference on YM and YWHA and
Jewish Community Center Work to
be held in Jerusalem from Aug.
31 to Sept. 2, sponsored by the
World Federation in cooperation
with the Paul Baerwald School of
Social Work of Hebrew University.
The Jerusalem YM-YWHA will
be a two-story building located on
Gaza Road near the Katamen
quarters on Hillel Street.

presented to Israel's First Lady,
Mrs. Zalman Shazar, wife of Pres-
ident Shazar, as members of the
Junior Hadassah Group at present
in Israel. They are Enid Bien-
stock, 15945 Addison, Southfield,
president of the Dalia Junior
Hadassah Chapter; Linda Nach-
man, 17310 Westland, Southfield,
past president of the Dalia
Junior Hadassah Chapter; Bar-
bara Salsburg, 17230 Lee St.,
Southfield, past vice-president of
Dalia group; Rita Fr e e dm a n,
17441 Westhampton, Smithfield,
co-chairman of education of the
Dalia group; Miriam Perlman,
19745 Sorrento, and Marcia Sober-
man, 19401 Canterbury.
Mrs. Shazar recalled her first
visit to the United States many
years ago and how impressed she
had been with the work of Ha-
"Just as we need a pipe-line of
water for the thirsty badlands of
this country," said Mrs. Shazar to
the girls, "so we need a pipeline of
youth from all over the world to
aid this country, technically and
Subsequently the group partici-
pated in Junior Hadassah Day at
the Hadassah - Hebrew University
Medical Center, the annual cele-
bration of the movement which is


in Israel.

N. L. Schwartz Named
to Wayne Draft Board

Nathan L. Schwartz, 16115
Forrer, a retired accountant who
was a member of the firm of Eisen-
berg and S c h w a r t z, has been
named to the Wayne County Draft
Board by the President of the
United States. Notice of his offi-
cial appointment was made this
Active in v et era n's affairs,
Schwartz is a past commander and
a life member of the David M.
Vincent Post of the American




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County Treasurer Plans
Automatic Data Process

County Treasurer Louis H. Funk
announced that another phase of
the operations of his office would
be converted to data processing
next March 1.
Funk has included the cost of
conversion in his budget requests
for 1964-1965. IBM has been in use
for the county tax collections for
the past five years and has in-
creased the efficiency of the col-
lection immeasurably, Funk said.


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