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November 12, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-12

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Anchill-Siegel Troth
Told at Reception

MISS BETH ANCHILL

At a recent reception at Raleigh
House, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Anchill of Steel Ave. announced
the engagement of their daughter
Beth to Richard M. Siegel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Siegel of
Skokie, Ill.
Miss Anchill graduated from
Michigan State University's col-
lege of education. Mr. Siegel
attends graduate school at MSU,
having graduated from MSU's col-
lege of business. He is affiliated
with Alpha Epislon Pi Fraternity.

THE OAK PARK COMMUNITY
BLOOD BANK will be held 3-9 p.m.
Wednesday at Temple Emanu-El.
For an appointment to donate
blood call LI. 6-2838.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, November 12, 1965

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Fall Series Slated
by AJCommittee, I
Jewish Center

A fall lecture series, designed
to offer a fresh perspective on
current trends in the United
States and how they affect Jews
will begin 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Jewish Center.
Robert Alpern, president of the
Detroit Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee, and Milton J.
Miller, president of the Jewish
Center, announced the theme of
the second annual series is "New
Focus for the American Jew."
The first session, part of the
14th annual Book Fair, will be
"Focus: Politics," examining the
Jew's role in the political scene.
(See book fair story).
"Focus: Industry," Dec. 1,
will feature Prof. Gerald Gurin
of the University of Michigan
presenting a view of the at-
titudes Jewish college graduates
encounter in large industries.
Prof. Gurin was part of the
U. of M. research team that re-
cently conducted an intensive
study of two large American
corporations, analyzing their
hiring and promotion practices.
Another program Dec. 8 on
"Focus: Literature" will involve
a discussion of Jewish influences
in American thought and letters,
featuring Rabbi Samuel Stollman,
PhD in English literature from
Wayne State University a n d
spiritual leader of Shaar Hasho-
mayim Synagogue in Windsor.
The planning committee con-
sisted of Norman Katz and Mrs.
Mark Shaevsky for the American
Jewish Committee, and Brewster
Broder and Mrs. Lewis Grossman
for the Jewish Center. Serving
as professional consultants were
Leonard Gordon, Michigan area
director of the AJ Committee, and
Dr. Morton Plotnick, director of
the adult division of the Jewish
Center.
The public is invited at no
charge.

Bnai Brith Will Assist
Negro Small Businessmen

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Bnai
Brith, in cooperation with the
Small tbsiness Administration of
the Council for Equal Business Op-
portunity, is inaugurating a pro-
gram to assist Negro and other
prospective small businessmen in
their communities.
Bnai Brith Sunday announced
the appointment of Dr. Sidney Nel-
son of New York, a former Europ-
ean representative of the Joint
Distribution Committee, as as-
sociate executive vice president of
the organization. During the past
decade, Dr. Nelson directed JDC
activities in France, Tunisia and
Latin America.

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Beth Abraham Meeting
Scheduled Thursday

Warren

Seider to Take
pianeHarm ith as Bride

Dr. Robert Schlaff, president of
Cong. Beth Abraham, has called
a general membership meeting of
the congregation 8 p.m. Thursday
at the synagogue.
A reception for new members
will be held, and a program of
international Judaica in pictures
will be offered by David Brodsky.
Sam Sweet, president of Beth
Abraham Men's Club, announces
a regular membership meeting will
be held Tuesday.

A VISITOR EDUCATION PRO-
GRAM will be held in the Herman
Kiefer Hospital auditorium, 1:45
p.m. Nov. 28. Dr. Paul V. O'Rourke,
director of the tuberculosis clinic,
will speak on "The Purpose of the
Tuberculosis Clinic." The public
may attend at no charge.

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AUSTIN A. KANTER and PAUL
M. DAVIDSON, associates of the
Detroit agency of National Life
Insurance Co. of Vermont, have
been presented the 1965 National
CUSTOM DRAPERIES
Quality Award for excellence of
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service to policy owners, the com-
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Mr. and Mrs. Archiel Harwith, Lehman Jr. and Gordon J. Muir.
26317 Humber, Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Diane to Warren David
Seider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Seider of Syosset, L. I.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the University of Michigan's school
of music. Mr. Seider, a graduate
of the Polytechnic Institute of
Brooklyn, where he was a mem-
ber of Tau Beta Pi Fraternity, is
CALL: LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
completing his PhD in chemical
engineering at U. of M.
A December wedding is planned.

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At a dinner party at Town and
Country Club, Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ard _Teal of Santa Barbara Dr.
announced the engagement of their
daughter Ellen Ruth to Howard
Barry Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs
David Kaplan of Appoline Ave.
Miss Teal attended Michigan State
University and graduated from
Wayne State University. Mr. Kap-
lan attended the University of De-
troit and graduated from Wayne
University, where he is now a law
student. A July 3 wedding is plan-
ned.
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson of
Huntington Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ellen
Jean to Joseph Larry Mangen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mangen, of
Dexter Ave. A June wedding is
planned.

Redstone Paintings
to Be Exhibited at
Architects' Festival

Recent water colors by architect
Louis G. Redstone will be shown
at the opening reception of the
fifth annual Arts Festival of the
Detroit Chapter, American Institute
of Architects, 3:30 p.m., Nov. 20
at the J. L. Hudson Gallery.
The allied arts committee of the
Detroit Chapter is planning the
festival as part of its long-range
efforts to encourage integration of
the arts in architecture.
Along with the works by Red-
stone will be an exhibition of
works by internationally known
sculptor Sorel Etrog. At 5:30 the
group will move to the Wayne
State University Community Arts
Building for an exhibit on art in
urban architecture and a buffet
dinner and dance recital chore-
ographed by Harriet Berg.
For reservations, call the De-
troit Chapter of AIA, 9654100.

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