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June 25, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-25

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Danny Raskin's

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OUR MOM, MRS. MINNIE
RASKIN, celebrated her 80th
birthday last week, and if we do
say so ourselves, she gets better-
looking every day : . . Must be that
good clean living she always keeps
telling us about . . . A demon at
that poker table, she's still playing
on her winnings .. . At least, so
she says, and who are we to doubt
her . . . Only time mom ever told
anything not so was way back
when we all lived in a little apart-
ment on Woodrow Wilson and
Taylor . . . Marv, .L11 (now Mrs.
David A. Rosen,) Belle, Mom and
this baby of the family . Some
guy outside was picking up Belle
and as usual kept his hand on
the horn until she came out . .
She finally married him and mom
said Harry Weingarden would
never do it again . . . Boy, was
she wrong. . . . Mom's tough, too
. . . Lost almost a dollar at her
Saturday Poker Club recently and
almost tore the deck in half. . .
Mom is still a fancy dancer (we
can hardly keep up with her) and
likes a good joke or two or three
or . . . Oh, no, mom isn't all good
. . . she has her faults . . . like
worrying too much about her chil-
dren and their families, trying to
cook for anybody they bring over,
laughing at jokes even if they
aren't any good, wearing out part-
ners on the dance floor . . . and
above all, being so darned senti-
mental . . . Want to see Mom cry?
• .. Just send her one of those tear
jerking cards. . . . HAPPY BIRTH-
DAY TO MRS. MINNIE RASKIN,
the swellest mom a guy could ever
have. (Okay mom, take out the
handkerchief.)
* * *
LES PINES, 14-year-old son of
Lenore and Ted - Pines, made his
parents mighty proud when he
graduated from Lincoln Junior
High with a certificate of honor
for high academic achievement.

*

* *

SAY, WE ALMOST forgot a
great big congratulations to sister
Lillian and brother-in-law Dave
Rosen on their 25th wedding anni-
versary . . . We won't forget your
50th, Lil and Dave.
* * *
ALTHOUGH THE SWINGS and
the slides will not be used, laugh-
ter and merry-making will be the
order of the day, June 27 at Peter-
son Park, for 25 Muscular Dys-
trophy children and their parents
at the annual picnic and bingo
party by Yetz-Cohen Post Aux-
iliary, Jewish War Veterans . . .
Co-chairmen Yetta Glass and Ann
Rubin, and President Betty Spin-
ner, assisted by their husbands
and other members of the aux-
"liary will endeavor to brighten
the days for 'those less fortunate
youngsters . . . Games will be play-
ed, and each youngster will receive
a gift, win or lose.
*
*
LILLIAN RUBIN is the first gal
to be named president of the
Criterion Club . . . Last two years,
BILL FLEISHER headed the single
adults group that does a master-
ful job in its fine social program-
ming and promotion of the pur-
pose for which it was formed .. .
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, DE-
TROIT LODGE 55 and TEMPI'S
No. 152 Pythian Sisters, will hold
a joint Moonlight, July 31.

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ish Welfare Fund Appeal closed totaling $1,500,000 for the 1965-66
at a dinner-meeting at the Statler operating and program expendi-
Hilton Hotel, with pledges report- tures of the Union of American
A banquet in celebration of the ed at a goal-topping, record-set- Hebrew Congregations was adopt-
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* * *
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IRVING MITCHELL FELT was of "The Centurions," based on the
reelected president of the Federa- best-selling novel by Jean Larte-
tion of Jewish Phliantropies of guy, winner of the Prix Eve Dele-
New York.
croix. Robson is directing the hard-
* * *
hitting dramatic story of one of the
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Attorney WILLIAM J. WEIN- world's toughest groups of war-
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People Make News

HARRY JUBAS, social studies
teacher at Oak Park's Robert Frost
Junior High School, has been
awarded an NDEA grant to study
in Israel this summer. He will
spend eight weeks studying Hebrew
language, culture and history as
one of 30 teachers participating
under a $60,000 U.S. Office of Edu-
cation grant.
* * *
Dave •Levinson, owner-host of
Tamarack Lodge, Greenfield Park,
N.Y., announced the promotions of
SAMMY KALIN to entertainment
director, VIC MINO to director of
activities and JAY SAUNDERS to
master of ceremonies at his popu-
lar resort.

*

* *

Three prominent businessmen
were elected to the Executive Com-
mittee of PEC Israel Economic
Corp., New York, at a board
of directors' meeting held today.
They are SOL W. CANTOR, presi-
dent of Interstate Department
Stores, Inc.; IRA GUILDEN, chair-
man of Trade Bank and Trust Co.;
and LUDWIG JESSELSON, presi-
dent of Philipp Bros., Division of
Minerals and Chemicals Philipp
Corp.
* * *
Noted American-Jewish educat-
or and author of Hebrew text
books, Prof. ZVI SHARFSTEIN
was among the three Jewish edu-
cators who received the Tel Aviv

Education Awards for 1965 on
Monday. The two other 'recipients
were veteran Israeli educator Dr.
BARUCH BEN-YEHUDA and Mrs.
YEHUDIT HARARI.
* * *
NATHANIEL L. GOLDSTEIN,
former attorney general of the
state of New York, has been elect-
ed president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
by the board of directors of the
organization, it was announced by
Samuel Rothberg, chairman of the
board.
* * *
BENJAMIN KRELL, 661 Coving-
ton, representative of Metropolitan
Life Insurance Co., was in Wash-
ington D.C. recently for a business
conference with officials of the
company. He is among the top-
ranking members of Metropolitan's
staff of 30,000 field representa-
tives.

* * *
The appointment of two faculty
members to name chairs at the
Cincinnati School of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion has been announced by
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president. Dr.
ELLIS RIVKIN, professor of Jew-
ish history, was named Adolph S.
Ochs Professor of Jewish History,
and Dr. Jakob J. Petuchowski, pro-
fessor of rabbinics, was n a me d
Gustave A. and Mamie W. Efroym-
son Memorial Professor of Jewish
Theology.
* * *

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Orthodox Community Sets
Ground Breaking for 'City
Within a City' in Queens

NEW YORK — An estimated
10,000 persons are expected to
attend the historic ground-break-

ing ceremonies for "Bobov City"
1 p.m. Sunday at Parsons Blvd.
and 20th Ave., Whit estone,
Queens.
Participants in the ceremonies
will include U.S. Senator Jacob
K. Javitz, and Congressmen Lester
Wolff and John V. Lindsey.
Conceived by Rabbi Solomon
Halberstam, the "Bobover Rebbe,"
Bobov City, a unique concept in
comunity living, will contain a
yeshiva, mesivta, beth • medrash,
mikva, 300 two-family homes and
all other religious and community
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Former Detroiter SIDNEY ZIL-
BER was named chairman of the
Delegate Assembly of the Cleve-
land Jewish Federation and is
planning a regional Young Leader-
ship Conference to be held in
September, cosponsored by the

United Jewish Appeal and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Welfare

Funds. Zilber, a consultant with
an investment counseling firm, is
vice chairman of the local chap-
ter of the American Jewish Com-
mittee and vice chairman of the
Community Relations Committee.
A graduate of the University of
Michigan, he and his wife, the
former Betsy Levy, have three
children.
* *
SHELDON H. BLANK, professor
of Bible at Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, has

been named the first occupant of
the newly established Nelson
Glueck Chair in Bible.
* * *
Dr. ALLEN R. GROSSMAN, as-
Learn first and philosophize sistant professor of English at
Brandeis University, has been
afterwards. —the Talmud
named the first recipient of the
THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS University's A. B. Cohen Award
Friday, June 25, 1965-29 for Excellence in Teaching.

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