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February 26, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-02-26

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c5, ZOD Forms Masada Young Adult

as Fortress Against Assimilation Tide

JW/ Activities

SOL YETZ - MORRIS COHEN
AUXILIARY will hold its annual

paid-up membership affair at 8
p.m. Monday at the home of
Anne Weinstein and Celia Yetz,
17376 Cherrylawn. Lillian Bern-
stein, past department president,
will present "A History of Jewish
Music." Mrs. Weinstein, past aux-
iliary president, will obligate new
members and present them with
membership pins.
* * *
LAWRENCE H. JONES AUXI-
LIARY will give a party for 60

Dr. Haley H. Ross Band.-Komer Vows.
to Deliver Paper in Will Be Exchanged
Vienna for AEC

Dr. Haley H. Ross, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Ross of Prairie Ave.

will read his paper on atomic
energy at the International Atomic
Energy Agency's symposium in
Vienna. Dr. Ross, now in Oak
Ridge, was selected to read the
paper by the U.S. Atomic Energy

Commission.

Dr. Ross is a graduate of Wayne
State University and the Univer-
sity of Illinois. He was appointed
to the Oak Ridge laboratories in
1961.
Dr. and Mrs. Ross will leave for
Europe May 15, where they will
also visit scientific installations in
Denmark, Italy, Austria, Israel and
France. Their two young daughters

children of the D. J. Healy Cot-
tages Saturday. Featured will be
gifts and a musical program plan-
ned by Mrs. Herman Bregman. In
charge of the afternoon is Mrs. will be left in the care of the Fred
Dorothy Blatnikoff, child welfare Rosses.
chairman.
* *
Scenes From Israel
*
SHOLOM POST and AUXILIARY
raeli
singer
and
guitarist
Arella
will hold a dinner-party 6:30 p.m. Part of Town Hall
The Zionist Organization of De-1
March 6 in Johnny DiCicco's Land-
troit unveiled its newly formed Bar-Lev was entertainer.
Other officers beside Eisenberg mark Restaurant, 11800 W. Mc- Lecture Wednesday
Masada young people's group at
Charles Forbes Taylor, minister
are Jack Faxon, vice president; Nichols. All 15-year paid up mem-
a champagne supper attended by Robert
a n d prize-winning photographer,
Liss, treasurer; and Mrs.

Robert Eisenberg - (left) is congratulated as first president of
the newly formed Masada group by Harold W. Carmely, chairman
of the national administrative committee and acting president of the
Zionist Organization of America. Looking on is Carmi M. Slomovitz,
vice president of the Zionist Organization of Detroit, and adviser
to the group.
*
*

75 Saturday at Cong. Shaarey
Zed ek
Robert Eisenberg, president and
chairman for the evening, an-
nounced the first meeting will be
held 8 p.m. Wednesday at ZOD
House, Southfield. Guest speaker
will be Israel Consul-General for
the Midwest Jacob Barmore. His
topic will be the Egyptian and
German situation and how it af-
fects both Israel and Jews in the
U.S.
Judge Ira Kaufman, president
of the ZOD, expressed his grati-
tude for the enthusiasm of those
in attendance. Stating that the life
blood of any organization is its
young people, he said the Masada
group will be an inspiration to
communities throughout the
country.
Carmi Slomovitz, vice president
of ZOD and adviser of the group,
announced that Masada would con-
centrate on cultural programs in
the hopes of stemming the tide of
assimilation through education. Is-

James Hack, secretary.
For information, call the ZOD
office, 353-3636.

Brandeis to Receive Gift
of Schweitzer Collection

bers will be honored.

Stola risk y-Lind Rites
Are Solemnized

WALTHAM, Mass — A promi-
nent Brookline, Mass., woman will
give Brandeis University the sec-
ond largest collection in the world
of Albert Schweitzer's memora-
bilia.
Second only to Dr. Schweitzer's
personal materials, the collection
of Mrs. Julian W. Roberts includes
one of his few known sets of
bronze sculptures.
Also included in Mrs. Rogers'
collection, part of which was ex-
hibited at Brandeis in January in
honor of Dr. Schweitzer's 90th
birthday, is an original stone bust
sculptured in 1952 by Fritz Behn
of Munich; a copper plate of an
etching and drawings of Dr. Sch-
weitzer by Arthur W. Heintzelman;
MRS. PAUL STOLARSKY
and an iron bas-relief done by Dan
Marriage
vows were exchanged
Hausenstein. •
by
Nancy
Lind
and Paul Stolarsky
In
addition,
the
collection
con-
National Bank Makes tains masks made by Dr. Schweit- in a ceremony performed
by Rab-
zer's patients; several bound al- bi M. Robert Syme at Temple
Its Second $100,000
bums containing letters, photo- Israel Sunday.
Israel Bond Purchase
graphs and clippings; and bronze
The couple are children of Mr.
The National Bank of Detroit medals by George Revol and and Mrs. Gerald Lind of Arling-
ton Dr., Royal Oak, and Mr. and
has made its second $100,000 pur- Joseph Coletti.
Mrs. Samuel Stolarsky, former
chase of Israel Bonds, bringing
Oak Parkers, now of Las Vegas.
its State of Israel Bond purchases Gershenson Is WSU
Best man was Maynard Flusty;
in a little over a year, to $200,000.
and Louise Lind was maid of hon-
The National Bank purchase was Governor Emeritus
arranged by Tom Borman, general
Dr. Michael Ference, Jr., and or. The newlyweds will honeymoon
chairman of the Detroit Israel Charles H. Gershenson, two for- in New York before taking up
Bond Committee, who had also mer members of Wayne State Uni- residence here.
versity's Board of Governors, were
honored with the title of governor Workmen's Circle Branch
emeritus at the board's monthly
Will Install Officers at
meeting.
Gershenson, 17471 Hamilton 26th Anniversary Party
Drive, president of the Wayne
Workmen's Circle Branch 460-E

TOM BORMAN

negotiated the previous purchase.
Joseph G. Conway, National Bank
vice president and the late
Charles H. Schmidt, vice presi-
dent in charge of bank invest-
ments, handled the transaction.
The National Bank of Detroit
is a correspondent bank of Bank
Leumi of Israel and is the Bank
of Issue in Michigan for State of
Israel Bonds.

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will bring his color film, "The Holy
Lands," to Detroit Town Hall, Wed-
nesday. He will narrate the film,
to be presented at 11 a.m. in Fisher
Theater. It is a unique presenta-
tion representing a lifetime of
work, evoking scenes from the life
of the Man from Nazareth.
Scenes will include Damascus and
the coming of Abraham; places of
the Patriarchs, Judges, Kings, and
Prophets; the route of Moses as
he led the children of Israel up
the River Jordan, through the
desert of the Hashomite Kingdom,
to Moab, Ammon and Gilead; the
Sea of Galilee, Jacob's Well, Mt.
Zion, and many more.

Going, Going, Gone

Items for the home and its in-
habitants will be featured at the

Michigan Building Corporation, will hold its installation of officers
served as a WSU governor for one
at its 26th anniversary party 9
year. He was appointed to the uni- p.m. Saturday at the W. C. Cen-
versity's governing board by Gov-
ernor Romney on Jan. 21, 1964, ter.
The following will be installed:
and served until Dec. 31, 1964.
The new emeritus governors chairman, Mrs. Leon Yelensky;
join two other former WSU Board vice chairman, Norman Pikulin;
members who hold emeritus titles. secretaries, Maurice Goldsmith,
They are Judge Benjamin Burdick Eugene Brownstein and Mrs.
Charles Ensink; and treasurer,
and Clair White.
Judge Burdick served from 1959 Abraham Brownston.
A program of music and enter-
until 1963 when he was appointed
follow.
a circuit court judge by Governor tainment will *
* *
Romney.
Detroit lawyer Harry Riseman
will be guest speaker at the next
2nd 'Discotheque' Set meeting of Wokrmen's Circle W.
Branch 1060 9:15 p.m. Satur-
by the Criterion Club C.
day at the W. C. Center.
Criterion Club will be host to
Riseman, who recently visited
unmarried adults of the commun- Russia, will speak on his experi-
ity at a dance "discotheque" 9 ences, illustrated with slides.
p.m. Saturday at the M.G.M.
Dance Studio.
The second in the club's series Branch 79 Purim Shpiel
Branch 79 of Farband will
of monthly discotheques will fea-
utre group instruction in the newer gather for a Purim meeting 9 p.m.
dance steps, and refreshments Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
will be served.
Sydney Raizman will lecture on
For information, call Sara
Applebaum, executive secretary; the Zionist Congress results. Louis
Rosenberg will read a Purim story,
864-5398.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26 Friday, February 26, 1965



MISS JUDITH BAND

annual games and auction night
of Livonia Jewish Congregation 8
p.m. March 6 at East Junior High
School, Farmington.
The building-fund benefit, spon-
sored by the men's club and sister-
hood, is under the chairmanship
of Norman Herman, who will be
auctioneer.

and refreshments will be served
by the Chaim Zarenkins in honor
of their grandson's Bar Mitzvah.

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was affiliated with Sigma Delta
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