Viscount Samuel Coming Here
as Bnai Brith Guest April 26
The Second Viscount Edwin Sam-
uel, the son of the first British
High commissioner for Palestine
Herbert Samuel who recently in-
herited the title from his father—
will be the guest of the Bnai Birth
Adult education commission here
at a public meeting at the Labor
Zionist Institute 8 p.m., April 26.
Viscount Samuel, like his late
father, is a distinguished diplomat.
He had lived in Palestine and later
in Israel for more than 25 years
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tation to and from
and his acquaintance with Zionist
history and with Israel is keen.
He has gained world fame as
a short story writer, and his
knowledge of world political af-
fairs, especially as they affect
the Middle East, makes him an
authority on that part of the
The Bnai Brith Greater Detroit
Council's adult education. depart-
ment is supervising the sponsor-
ship of the lecture. Robert Israel
and Mrs. Rose Fishkin are co-chair-
men. Pisgah Lodge and the other
local lodges are assisting in plan-
ning the event and the reception
for Viscount Samuel.
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Mount Clemens Lodge
to "Mark Anniversary
of Israel at Bond Fete
a Variety of
Harvey Levenburg Lodge Bnai
Brith of Mount Clemens will spon-
sor an Israel 17th anniversary
celebration 8:30 p.m. May 1 at
the Beth Tephilath Moses Syna-
gogue, 53 South Ave., Mount Clem-
ens, it was announced by Paul
Litvin, president of the lodge.
Co-chairmen of t h e Mount
Clemens Committee for State of
Israel Bonds are Nathan Litvin
and Larry Goldberg. The commit-
tee consists of Louis N. Davis,
Arthur Feldman, Al Kushner, Na-
than Rosen, Michael Schwartz,
Ben Stone, Sam Szeinbach and
Robert Venetianer. Heading the
program will be comedian Hy
Sands, star of radio, television and
night clubs. Refreshments will be
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Rabbi MYER SCHWARTZ of
Temple Bnai Israel, Oshkosh, Wis.,
will represent the Jewish Chau-
tauqua Society as lecturer at Suomi
College in Hancock, Mich., April
26. He will lecture at assembly at
9:50 a.m. in Mikander Hall on the
subject "How Shall We Think of
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MRS. ROBERT WOLF
Francis Judith Einhorn became
the bride of Robert Lynn Wolf in
an afternoon ceremony at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi Jacob
Segal and Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence L. Einhorn,
18935 Mendota, and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Wolf, 21821 Parklawn, Oak
The bride wore a Chantilly lace
gown with chapel train and fitted
bodice with seed pearls and Sab-
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in place by a matching lace cap,
with pearl seeds. She carried ama-
zon lillies and hyacinth blooms on
her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Arnold Ruskin, the bride-
groom's sister, was matron of hon-
or, and Gail Honeyman was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Murray Gula, Susan Bressler, Bev-
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Jay Wolf, the bridegroom's
brother, was best . man. Ushers
were Brian Einhorn, the bride's
brother, Arnold Ruskin, Fred Rad-
ner, Stewart- Starr, Art Glasser
and Robert Hirsch.
After a honeymoon in Acapulco,
the couple will reside on Telegraph
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HILLEL DAY SCHOOL DADS
CLUB will present a program on
conducting the Sedar meal 9:30
a.m. Sunday at Adas Shalom Syn-
gogue. Rabbis Jacob Segal of Adas
Shalom and Irving Schnipper of
Cong. Beth Moses will speak on
the Passover rituals, and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel will gear his
musical program toward the teach-
ing of Passover melodies. All fath-
ers of Hillel students are invited.
At a recent meeting, the following
officers were elected: Irving Cap-
lan, president; Harry Maisel and
Gerald Avrin, vice presidents; Har-
old Strom, treasurer; Howard Rice
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LOS ANGELES—Pitcher Sandy
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lined on opening day because of
an arthritic condition in his left
elbow. What it will do to his fu
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Koufax, at the height of his
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when Koufax would pitch again
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, April 9, 1965
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