Jacob Geller, Mrs. Verk to Hamad
$119.000 Windsor Fund Drive
Irving Kane Report
Praises Work of JDC
The quality of Jewish life in
Europe, especially among its
youth, is one of the major prob-
lems confronting organized Jew-
ish communities throughout West-
ern Europe, it was asserted by
Barbara Gorevitz .
to Wed in September
The Windsor Welfare Fund
Campaign, with a $119,000 goal to
"Survive in '65" will be launched
two officials of the Council of
next month, under the chairman-
Jewish Federations and Welfare
ship of Jacob Geller and Mrs.
The officials — Irving Kane,
chairman of the Council's Over-
Mrs. Verk, assisted by her
seas Services Committee, and
campaign cabinet, will start
Louis D. Horwitz, director of the
the Women's Division drive with
Council's Overseas Services De-
a luncheon March 18 at the Elm-
partment—noted that the youth
wood Casino, at which Jan Bart,
problem remains critical despite a
star of stage and screen, will be
resurgence of Western European
Jewish community life, and the
current involvement of 40,000
The Men's Division cabinet
youngsters in Jewish activities.
includes Morton M. Bernholtz, Eli
This observation was incorpor-
C. Goldin, Sidney Lazarus and M. E.
ated in a report on a series of
MISS BARBARA GOREVITZ
Sorffer. Functions sponsored by
meetings concluded by Council of-
their division will take place in
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gorevitz, 18287
ficials, European and Israeli com-
AIRS. GERALD VERK
munity leaders, and representa- Manor, announce the engagement
On the Women's Division cabinet
tives of major American overseas of their daughter Barbara Reva to
are Mesdames Milton Kovinsky
agencies, in Paris, London and David Miles Solovich, son of Mrs.
Frances Solovich, 21820 Potomac,
and Charles Baum, top gifts; David
Mandel, special gifts; Harry Slopen
Commenting on the vigor of Southfield, and the late Mr. Charles
and Irving Wayne, pace setters;
Jewish life in Europe, Kane paid Solovich.
Harry Gretchko and Leo Gordner,
The bridegroOm-elect is attend-
An 'audience that filled the De- balists and their mysticism.
special tribute to the work of the
intermediate gifts; Ted Klein and Roy Auditorium on the Wayne' According to • Spinoza, Singer Joint Distribution Committee. ing Wayne State University.
Nathan Grossman, dialathon; Mar- State University campus to capac- pointed* out, the holocaust was in- "Had it not been for the JDC, it
A Sept. 12 wedding is planned.
vin Ordower, public relations; and ity Tuesday night heard Isaac Ba- evitable. To the kabbalists the Cre- would be impossible to speak in
Ben Baum and Maxwell Schott and shevis Singer, the popular ation is one of God's attributes.
He who spares his rod hates his
any meaningful way of European
Miss Frances Geller, advisers.
He described the human con- Jewish community life," he said. son; But he who loves him seeks
Yiddish writer whose works have
I to discipline him. —Proverbs
Fifty-two per cent of the funds appeared in translations in the cepts of the Kabbalah which also
raised will go toward Windsor most popular magazines and whose believes in the evolution of God. Sunday Niters Schedule
Jewish education, Jewish Com- books are best sellers, offer his To the Kabbalists, he said, man is
the weakest link in God's Creation. Belated Valentine Dance
munity Center, Family Service De- views on the Kabbalah.
Speaking on "Kabbalah and the
Master of Ceremonies
He revievied the emotional at-
The Sunday Niters Club of the
partment and local relief aid. The
remaining amount goes for over- Modern Mind," Singer gave the tributes of Kabbalah, the feminine Jewish Center will sponsor a Valen-
Dance and Entertainment
seas needs, as well as to the Cana- Spinozan views on pantheism and aspect of the Shehinah and of Kab- tine Dance 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
compared it with that of the Kab- balah's forces which aim at over- Ten Mile Branch.
dian Jewish Congress.
Party Arrangement Specialist
coming the powers of evil.
The music of Fred Sheyer and
"Nowhere is the love of Jew- his orchestra will be featured.
All members of the single set,
ishness greater than in the Zo-
age 20-39, are invited.
17 0 (1
har, the great work of the Kab-
balah," said Singer. Sabbalah
Feb. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil- in a wonderful way contains the
liamKingston (Carlene Schiafer), best- of philosophical systems. it To Air 'Revolt of Theater'.
Last Week's Winner of the
Center Theater will present Mil-
13941 Kenwood, Oak Park, a son, '
is a divine project based on free- ton Covensky, Beth-Sheva Laikin
dom. It leads to new thoughts and Pihllip Nucholtz in a sympo-
WEDDING, BAR MITZVAH
BIG BABY BONUS"
and ideas. Under Kabbalah all sium on the "Revolt of the Thea-
Feb. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Han- I of Creation is a laboratory of
OR SOCIAL FUNCTION
MRS. SY EKUS
ter" 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Jew-
ley M. Gurwin (Julie Louise Elkin)
(9 lbs., 5 oz.)
Exclusive Caterers at:
Congratulations on the birth of your
24548 Pierce, Southfield, al I A lively question and answer
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM SYN.
son and we hope the RASKIN
daughter, Marjorie Ann.
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period turned the gathering into
PRODUCTS you received helped
MUSIC I ENTERTAINMENT
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OR ANY SYNAGOGUE
* * *
a delightful dialogue-participating
IN THE CITY
Feb. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Nath- audience.
We Still Have a Few Choice
RASKIN FOOD CO.
aniel Diamond (Diane Walker),
Dates Left for 1965
25478 Parsons, Southfield, a daugh- guest at a dinner at which Dr.
Feb. 21—To Dr. and Mrs. Bur- ter, Jill Ellen.
John M. Dorsey, WSUniversity
and his orchestra
ton Greenberg (Eleanore Rudner,
Professor and Mrs. Dorsey and Dr.
NO. EXTRA CHARGES FOR
formerly of Detroit) of San Fran-
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Max Kapustin were hosts.
If No Answer Call DI 1-6847
Feb. 1 — To
cisco, a son, Michael Lawrence.
Stephen Hayman (Linda Levin). The lecture was co-sponsored by
* * *
University Pr of e s s or and
25517 Briar, Oak Park, a daughter, the
Feb. 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam- Valirie Patricia. Wayne U. Hillel.
uel Greenblatt (Helen Pollack),
NEW AIR COOLED
14001 Cloverdale, Oak Park, a son,
Hashomer Hatzair to Hear Bnai David to Co-Sponsor
nabbalah Described by Isaac B. Singer
as Containina the Best • in Philosophy
Recommended by Physicians
erving Hospitals and Homes
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
REV. GOLDMAN L.
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
View of 'U.S. Jewry's Fate `Pleasures and Palaces'
"Will American Jewry Survive?" Op ening Night at Fisher
Cong. Bnai David and Akiva He-
will be the topic for discussion 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Hayim Green- brew Day School will be sponsor-
berg Center. Featured speaker is ing organizations for -the premier
Richard Yaffe, editor, journalist performance of "Pleasures and
Palaces" March 11 at the Fisher
and foreign correspondent.
The meeting will open with a Theater, it was announced by Jack
brief musical program by Aviva Lieberman, chairman, and Raiselle
Weiss, Baruch Fishoff and Ger- Snow, co-chairman.
shorn Koretz, members of Hasho- The musical stars Phyllis New-
m,er Hatzair. Refreshments will man, Alfred Marks, Hy Hazell and
follow the meeting, sponsored by John McMartin.
The ticket committee for Cong.
Americans for Progressive Israel-
Hashomer Hatzair. The public is Bnai David includes Morris Brand-
invited. wine, Herman Yagoda, Max Simon,
Sandy Schore, Phil Belton, Mrs.
Tillie Brandwine: Mrs. Jean Shiff-
Wolfe Snyder to Speak
man, Irving Belinsky, Jack Kraiz-
at Branch 1 14 Gathering man, Norton Rosen, Milt Herman
Maurice Gelfand, chairman of and
The ticket committee for the
Farband Branch 114, announces Akiva Hebrew Day School includes
educator Wolfe Snyder will be Betty Blase, Leo Brodman, Morris
guest speaker at the monthly Flatt, Harold Gabin, Irving Hersh-
gathering of the branch at 9 p.m. man, Leslie Krakowits, Abraham
Saturday at the Labor Zionist In- Kar, Joan Levi, Sheldon Salzman,
A b r oh a m Selesny and Lillian
Snyder will speak on "Jewish
Ethics in the Bible" in connection Aaron.
For information, call Mrs. Molly
with the sedrah of the week. The
public is invited at no charge. Re- Fellows, 71L 6-8210 or 444-1510.
freshments will be served.
He who returns evil for good—
Evil will never depart from his
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, February 26, 1965
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