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November 26, 1965 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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Detroit Councils
to Host Bnai Brith
President Dec. 11 •

The Bnai Brith testimonial din-
ner-dance, Dec. 11, at Adas Shalom
social hall, with Dr. William A.
Wexler, international president of
Bnai Brith, as guest speaker, will
be Dr. Wexler's
first visit to De-
troit since his
election at the
triennial conven-
tion held in Is-
rael.
Dr. Wexler of
Savannah, Ga., is
the 18th presi-
dent of Bnai
Brith. He was
elected in May to
a three - year
term. He has
been affiliated
with Bnai Brith
for 27 years. He
served as inter-
Wexler
national v i c e-
president (1956-59) and as vice
president of the Conference of
Jewish Claims against Germany
and a member of the World Coun-
cil of Jewish Education.

The affair, under auspices of the
Bnai Brith Israel Bond program,
will honor Bnai Brith leaders for
their devotion to the Bnai Brith
program of service to Israel. The
program will include Robert Lurie
of St. Louis. Eric Rosenow and his
orchestra will play for dancing.
Alexander Gersuk, Detroit Bnai
Brith Council Israel Bond chair-
man, will be dinner chairman.
Other planners are Sam Bank,
Bnai Brith Council president; Mrs.
Alan Nathan, Women's Council
president, and Mrs. Norma Hudosh,
Women's Council Israel Bond
chairman.

A cocktail reception will pre-
cede the dinner. For reservations
call the Bond office, DI 1-5707
A Bnai Brith Leadership Recep-
tion in advance of the dinner will
be held Monday, 8:30 p.m., at
Holiday Manor. Humorist Emil
Cohen will be the guest star.

Mondrys Setting Up
Scholarship Fund at
Greenberg Shule

LAWRENCE GUBOW, the Jew-
ish War Veterans 5th Region com-
mander; CHART FES ISACKS ON,
commander, Department of Mich-
igan; and MORRIS TULUPMAN,

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mondry
receive a citation for their serv-
ices to the H a yim Greenberg

Shule on occasion of the school's
golden jubilee dinner. Making
the presentation is Harold Berke
(right), school president.
* * *

Harold Berke, Hayim Greenberg
Shule president, announced an an-
nual scholarship in the form of a
summer vacation in Israel will be
awarded by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mondry to selected graduate stu-
dents of the Hebrew-Yiddish School
who continue their studies and
graduate the high school-mittle-
shule. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mondry
were honored guests at the school's
50th jubilee celebration Nov. 14 in
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Guest speaker was Rabbi Morris
Adler who stressed the need for
"Clal Yisrael" education for the
third generation of Jews, to give
the child a broader world view of
his people.

Greetings were heard from Dr.
Samuel Krohn, president_of the
Jewish Community Council; Man-
dell Berman, educational division
chairman of the Jewish Welfare
Federation; and Morris Lieber-
man, president of the Labor
Zionist movement in Detroit.

Movsas Goldoftas, principal of
the Hayim Greenberg School, brief-
ly covered school activities of the
past 50 years. Masha Benya, spe-
cial guest from New York, and
Adele and Harry Mondry partici-
pated in the musical program.
ri I' 3rd BIG WEEK'
Harold Berke presented the
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Mondrys with an inscribed plaque
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as a tribute to their work and sup-
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port of the movement and the
I Fine Clothes for Over 30 Yrs. I school.

Harry Thomas

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ANNIVERSARY
SALE

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SATURDAY & SUNDAY
(10 to 7)
(11 to 4)

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People
Make News

Brevities

TOM EWELL, star of stage,

screen and radio, will be Detroit
Town Hall's final guest before the
holiday recess when he appears
I at the Fisher Dec. 1 in "The Many
Faces of Laughter."
* * *
FRIENDS OF OAK PARK PUB-
LIC LIBRARY will hold a used-
book sale December 4-5 at the
Oak Park Community Center 9 a.m.
to
5 p.m. Books, paperbacks, rec-
he
$95 to $150 Values
Lk)
ords, magazines and framed prints
will be . sold. Donors may contrib-
ute books to the sale during reg-
ular hours or by calling the library
LI 8-7230, for pickup.
* * *
rr!
Spain's
most
celebrated dance
1 2 NEWEST STYLES AND m
company, the BALLETS de MA-
COLORS
DRID, starring its incomparble
and leading spirit, Antoni,
$60 to $95 Values
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will appear at Detroit's Masonic
1 $1950.5950 1 Auditorium Dec. 3, returning to
the scene where they were wildly
acclaimed last season.

Selling the finest of
Nationally Advertised

Hand Tailored I
Suits, Topcoats & I
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national executive committeeman,
department of Michigan, were part
of a group of JWV national execu-
tive committeemen who recently
attended a top-level briefing in
the Pentagon to review critical
areas of the U.S. defense program.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Cy-
rus R. Vance led the list of digni-
taries who appeared before the
group to cover such subjects as
the Vietnam situation, the future
of the reserve program and base
closings.

*

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Oak Park Mayor Pro Tern SID-

NEY L. SHAYNE announced a
new "open door policy" beginning

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at City Hall, in the Council Cham-
bers, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. to listen to
the problems and suggestions of
any citizen. Shayne said he would
continue this policy if he is elected
mayor in Oak Park's forthcoming
special municipal election Dec. 6.

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Final Call, for Participation in Annual
Bar-Ilan Banquet, Tuesday Evening

To My Fellow Detroiters:

On the eve of the great event—the annual dinner that will mark the tenth anni-
versary of Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel, I am happy to report with pride that
a most enthusiastic response includes an assurance of participation by representatives of all
groups in our community.
The occasion is of such historic importance, the recognition given Bar-Ilan's
program and the acclaim its accomplishments have received from spokesmen for American
and Israeli communities, that we wish to avoid the possibility that some may inadvertently
be deprived of the chance of joining with us at the dinner, at Cabo Hall, next Tuesday
evening.
Having personally witnessed the activities of the university, while visiting Bar-Ilan
University, only five weeks ago, I am especially anxious that no one with a sense of duty
toward's higher learning should fail to be with us at Tuesday's celebration, at which we
will honor Governor George Romney with a Bar-Ilan Honorary Fellowship.
I therefore wish to urge all our friends, in behalf of the Bar-Ilan Dinner Com-
mittee, to be with us at the great event and to make reservations at once by calling
DI 1-0708.
I wish to take this opportunity to thank the hundreds of men and women who
cooperated with us in planning this great event.

Chairman, Bar-Ilan Banquet Committee

Governor George Romney will receive Bar-Han Honorary Fellowship.
Presentation by Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, President, Bar-Ilan University.
.1 Guest speaker, Rabbi Morris Adler.

Final Opportunity

I Gedaliah Shaiak, Author
of Volume on Lowitch's
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Jewry, Here This Week

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high hopes and careful planning.

QUICK SERVICE

For Reservations to

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At certain times of the year we're reminded how well off we
are—as Americans. The most heartfelt thanks of all often
come from the head of the table — especially these days when
being a family provider is no light responsibility. For past
blessings, it is a time for gratitude. For the future, a time for

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For past blessings ... a time for gratitude

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On New or Existing Homes

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Gedaliah Shaiak, Australian Jew-
ish writer, who has compiled a his-
tory of the Jews of Lowitch, in
Mazawia section of Poland,
• the
will visit Detroit this week-end in
connection with his new work.
Lowitch residents desiring to
meet him are asked to communi-
I cate with Irving Hermelin, 10729
I Santa Maria.

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Tuesday. The councilman will be

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Bar-Ilan Banquet

Call DI 1-0708

Black Tie Optional

SAMUEL FRANKEL

GOV. GEORGE ROMNEY

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