Told at Open House
MISS SARAH KAMINSKY
ctivities in Society
Mrs. Arthur H. Rice and Mrs. David Handleman of Detroit will
leave New York via plane next Thursday as part of a 19-member group
of United Jewish Appeal National Women's Division leaders for a
three-week survey of UJA-supported welfare and immigrant aid pro-
grams in Europe and Israel. Mrs. Rice is 1966 chairman of the Women's
Division of the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation, and Mrs. Handleman
is a member of the division's board, serving as corresponding secre-
tary and head of its office personnel committee. Mrs. Rice formerly
served as vice president in charge of fund-raising in 1963 and 1964.
She has been a member of its board since 1960 and also serves on the
board of the Jewish Community Center. She is a former president of
the Brandeis University Women's Committee and of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth El. She is a member of the United Community Service
Committee for Teen-Age Volunteers and formerly headed a division
of its Torch Drive. Mrs. Rice visited Israel in 1961. Mrs. Handleman
heads the Women's Health Club of the Jewish Community Center. She
is chairman of membership and financial secretary of the Detroit
National Council of Jewish Women and chairman of New Member
Integration of the Sinai Hospital Women's Guild and has served as a
nurse's aide. Mrs. Handleman also is on the board of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service. This is her first trip to Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaminsky
of Lauder Ave. announced the
engagement of their daughter
Sarah to George Stark Layne, son
of the Fred M. Laynes of Ridge-
dale Ave., Oak Park, at a recent
open house in the Kaminsky home.
The bride-elect is in her senior
year at the University of Michi-
gan, where she is president of the
college of education student coun-
cil. Her fiance is a senior at
Wayne State University.
Mesdames Sarah Kanter and Frances Shayne will hold a smorgas•
bord and games gathering in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of
the Sholem Aleichem Institute noon Wednesday at the Shayne home,
Dr. Heschel to Open
Flint Culture Series
On the occasion of the 60th
anniversary celebration of the
Labor Zionist Movement, the De-
troit Common Council proclaimed
this Saturday as Detroit Labor
The Detroit celebration will be
held Saturday night at the Labor
The Common Council also pro-
claimed Oct. 4-11 as Labor Zionist
The proclamation states:
WHEREAS, the Detroit Council
of the Labor Zionist Organization
of America will be celebrating its
sixtieth anniversary on October 9
in Detroit; and
WHEREAS, the Labor Zionist
Organization of America has for
six decades been in the forefront
in advancing the ideas and ideals
of social justice, civil rights,
cultural enrichment and education
for the Jewish community, as well
as all of the people of Detroit; and
WHEREAS, for three score years
the Detroit Council of Labor Zion-
ist Organization of America has
Six cultural and entertainment
programs, featuring notables from
theologian Dr. Abraham Heschel
to Broadway-film actor Howard da
Silva, will be presented by the
Flint Jewish Community Council
cultural committee through next
Dr. Heschel, professor of Jewish
ethics and mysticism at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary, will
open the Forum 66 series with
"Jewish Mysticism" 8:30 p.m. Oct.
20 at Cong. Beth Israel.
Cantor and Mrs. Harold Orbach
of Detroit's Temple Israel will
close the series March 22 with
a program of "Jewish Music
Through the Ages."
In between are programs with
author Dr. Leo Schwarz, Nov. 23;
Cantor Abraham J. Ranani, in
concert at Temple Beth El of Flint,
where he serves, Dec. 12; Howard
da Silva, Jan. 9; and Rabbi Marc
H. Tannenbaum, national director
of the interreligious department of
the American Jewish Committee,
Programs in the Forum 66
series will be held at both Beth
Israel and Temple Beth El of Flint.
Chairman of the cultural committee
is Dr. Bernard Dickstein.
The Flint Jewish Community
Council is also co-sponsoring a
new intergroup relations series, to
start with psychologist-author Dr.
Kenneth Clark discussing "Who
Are We — a Psychological Look
at the Minority Personality" 7:30
p.m. Oct. 28 in the Flint Public
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Abe Fortas Sworn In
as High Court Justice
WASHINGTON (JTA)—Abe For-
tas Monday was sworn in as the
95th justice in the 174-year history
of the U.S. Supreme Court. He
succeeds Arthur J. Goldberg as
the court's junior member.
A "Constitutional oath" was ad-
ministered in a private ceremony
before the public ceremony, in
which a public oath was adminis-
tered by Chief Justice Earl War-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 8, 1965-19
Green-8 Center Only !
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
Open Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.
A surprise silver anniversary party was given recently for former
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rose at the Beverly Hilton Hotel,
Beverly Hills, Calif. Hostess was Mrs. Rose's mother, Mrs. Ida Schultz,
a former Detroiter now of Los Angeles.
Saturday Declared Labor Zionist Day,
to Honor Movement's 60th Anniversary
devoted its energies in safeguard-
ing the State of Israel through its
efforts on behalf of the Histadrut,
Jewish National Fund, Israel
Bonds, etc., and its active part-
icipation in all endeavors further-
ing the democratic principles of our
country, and strengthening the
bonds of friendship between the
people of the United States and
the people of Israel; Now, There-
fore, be it
RESOLVED, That we, the mem-
bers of the City of Detroit Common
Council, do hereby proclaim Octo-
ber 4-11 as Labor Zionist Week
in Detroit, and October 9, 1965, as
DETROIT LABOR ZIONIST DAY,
in recognition of the public service
of this organization.
The 60th anniversary event is
chaired here by Mrs. Irving Green-
Guest speakers will be Marie
Syrkin, member of the executive of
the Jewish Agency; and Pinchas
Cruso, honorary president, LZOA.
Emma Schaver will present a
musical program, accompanied by
Rebecca Frohman. A supper will
be served. The community is in-
GREEN - 8 CENTER
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
For reservations call DI 1-0131
or DI 1-0009. There will be no
CRAFTSMAN LODGE, F&AM, solicitation of funds.
will host Lansing's Capital Lodge
of Strict Observance at a lecture
and portrayal of the Fellowcraft
Degree 7:30 p.m. today at Masonic
Temple. An afterglow will follow.
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Beth El Sunday Series
to Host 7 Scholars on
The Temple Beth El Men's Club
and College of Jewish Studies an-
nounce a series of seven Sunday
Dialogues on "Religion and the
Academic Disciplines — Their
Relevance for the Modern Jew"
starting 10:30 a.m. this Sunday in
the social hall of Beth El.
The series will feature Leonard
Kasle each week. This Sunday he
will explore "Religion and Science"
with Dr. Martin Stearns, dean of
the liberal arts college, Wayne
Others are as follows: Oct. 17,
"Religion and Anthropology," Dr.
Leonard Moss, chairman, depart-
ment of sociology and anthropol-
ogy, Wayne State; Oct. 24,
"Religion and the Humanities —
a View of 20th Century Literature,"
Dr. Woodburn Ross, dean, Monteith
College, WSU; Oct. 31, "Religion
and World Politics," Dr. Max Mark,
professor, political science, WSU;
Nov. 7, "Religion and Philosophy,"
discussant to be announced; Nov.
14, "Religion and Psychoanalysis,"
Dr. Thomas A. Petty, psychoanalyst,
director, McGregor Institute; and
Nov. 21, "Religion and the Ed-
ucated Man," a summation.
Listed in Book
Annual for 5726
The current "Jewish Book An-
nual," issued by the Jewish Book
Council, contains a list of notable
anniversaries for the ensuing year.
Important essays deal with the
works of Heinrich Graetz, Jacob
Glatstein, A. R. Malachi, Leo Pins-
ker and other anniversaries occur-
ring in 5726.
Many other important essays are
included in this volume by noted
Jewish writers, and there is a com-
prehensive bibliography of new
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