Elaine Sneider Marries
Emery Joel Weiss
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh an-
nounced the reappointment of
JULIUS E. ALLEN as commission-
er on the Detroit Board of Water
Commissioners for a four-year
term. Allen, an attorney, is sec-
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah honored president Morris Dorn ond vice-president of Adas Shalom
and Mrs. Dorn, during a reception after the reading of the Megillah on Synagogue, member of Perfection
Purim. The chairman, Rabbi Max Kapustin, in a few introductory re- Lodge and of Moslem Shrine
marks, expressed the deep appreciation of the congregation for the
dedicated work of Mr. Dorn as a builder of the congregation and his
devotion to many important causes in the community. Rabbi Leizer
Levin, spiritual leader of the congregation, presented Mr. Dorn with a
gift from the congregation. David J. Cohen spoke for the membership.
Members of the Dorn family joined in.
Drs. and Mesdames Alan Lakin, Sheldon Stern, and Gordon Fishman
have recently returned from a two-week trip to Jamaica, British West
Indies, where the doctors attending a medical-legal convention.
Dr. Robert R. Wolfe of Greenbriar Ave., Oak Park, has returned
from Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. While in Purerto Rico, he was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thay.
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple Israel and Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser,
1965 women's division chairman of the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, appeared at Windsor's Women's Division Chai Luncheon Wednes-
day at the Elmwood Casino.
activities in Society
MRS. PHILIP BERNSTEIN
of Catholic Women March 13-14
at Cobo Hall.
Green-8 Center Only I
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
MRS. EMERY WEISS
Recently married were Elaine
Carol Sneider and Emery Joel
Weiss. Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sneider of
Prest Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Weiss of Addison Ave., Southfield.
Bonnie Silverman served as the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Gar y Abramovitz; Mrs.
Georges Wajnberg; Elaine Weiss,
sister of the bridegroom; and Toby
Ann Sneider, the bride's sister.
Best man was Steve Robinson.
The bride's brother, Raymond
Sneider, served as usher, along
with Michael Milen, Michael Hur-
vitz, Ronnie Weiss, Barry Eisen-
berg, and Allen Willson.
Shipped by JDC
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee has shipped 616,500 pounds of
matzoth and other Passover sup-
plies to 10 countries in Europe to
enable needy Jews to observe the
holidays appropriately, it was an-
nounced by Louis Braid°, JDC
Last year JDC shipped close to
720,000 pounds of Passover sup -
plies to Europe. In 1964 the total
was over 370,000 pounds.
Funds for Passover relief and
other JDC welfare and rehabilita-
tion programs are provided main-
ly by the campaigns of the United
Supplies shipped this year in-
clude 481,500 pounds to Romania
and other East European coun-
tries, 36,000 pounds to France and
34,410 pounds to Yugoslavia. Oth-
er countries to which Passover sup-
plies were shipped are Albania,
Belgium, Greece, Italy, Portugal
In addition to the supplies sent
to aid Jewish communities in Eu-
rope, JDC has made special grants
to enable needy Jews in Algeria,
Iran, Morocco and Tunisia to pur-
chase matzoth and other Passover
In Poland matzoth is baked by
the religious community with
equipment supplied by JDC. Here
also needy Jews are given funds
to purchase matzoth and other sup-
plies produced locally.
OAK PARK MASONS announce
their annual dinner-dance at the
Mayfair Caterers, 6:30 p.m. March
19. For reservations, call Morrey
Katz, LI 6-5320; Harry Fillow, 353-
5069, or Leon Forman, 545-6471.
* * *
BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB
will have as guest speaker at its
morning service and brunch 9:30
a.m. Sunday. Fr. Thomas Black-
burn of the University of Detroit.
* * *
ELKS LODGE 34 will sponsor an
Irish-Jewish night 9 p.m. Saturday
at the Elks Club, Cass and Eliza-
beth, announces Arthur V. Cronin,
exalted ruler. Edward McKesson
and Milt Harris, co-chairmen of the
event, said there will be Irish-
Jewish food and entertainment.
For ticket information, call the
lodge, WO 1-3400, or Arthur Cro-
nin, WO 1-7432.
Hebrew Teachers Dinner Due
to Close Regional Conference
The communitywide dinner spon-
sored by the Association of Hebrew
Teachers and Principals, in co-
operation with the United Hebrew
Schools, will be held 6 p.m. Sun-
day in the Beth Aaron Social Hall.
Menaheim Glaser is president of
the association. ----
Mrs. Rae Good-
man will be toast-
master at t h e
Noble is dinner
Highlights o f
the program will
include a cantata
based on the life
and works of the
poet, Saul Tchernichovsky, and an
address by Aviv Ekroni, Israel
cultural attache, whose topic will
Mrs. Nemon Comes
`Home' for Visit as
Top JWVA Officer
Mrs. John Nemon, national
president of the Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary, will make her
official visit to the Department of
Michigan JWV on Wednesday,
according to Mrs.
Jerry Dale, de-
The visit will
be a homecoming
for Mrs. Nemon,
who resides at
her husband and
Mrs. Nemon She is a charter
member of the Lt. Roy F. Green
Auxiliary and has long been active
in her auxiliary and in the Michi-
gan department, of which she is
a past president.
Mrs. Nemon will be honor guest
at a dinner at the King's Arms
Restaurant 7 p.m. on the day of
her official visit. Her husband, a
past department of Michigan com-
mander, will attend, as will
Charles Isackson, current depart-
ment commander, and Lawrence
Gubow, commander of JWV's fifth
Department officers, chairmen,
and JWVA members and friends
will remain following dinner for
the official department meeting,
over which Mrs. Dale will preside.
Mrs. Nemon will report on her
experience of the past six months
in office, during which she has
traveled thousands of miles visit-
ing many departments as well as
overseeing the administrative du-
ties from the JWVA office in
be "Israel - American Cultural
Greetings will be brought by
community leaders, Rabbi Benja-
min H. Gorrelick of Beth Aaron
will give the invocation and other
be Harry Cohen,
J a y Masserman,
Glaser and Nobel.
Dancers of the
the direction of
Mrs. Ilsa Roberg
will sing, accom-
panied by Mrs .
Mrs. Yonina Ma-
this, Jay Masser-
man and Rabbi
zweig are dinner co-chairmen.
The regional conference of the
National Association of Hebrew
Teachers to be held Saturday
night and Sunday in the Kasle
Auditorium of the United He-
brew Schools, will be addressed
by Dr. Shlomo Haramati, edu-
cation and cultural administrator
of the Jewish Agency, and by
Zvi Gladstein, secretary of the
national Federation of Hebrew
Teachers. There will be repre-
sentatives from Toledo, Cleve-
land, Milwaukee, Minneapolis,
Chicago and New York. The Sat-
urday session will start 8 p.m.
The Hebrew-speaking public is
For dinner reservations, call
Glaser, UN 1-1756. .
By Sid Shmarak
In 1946, two young men came
from Czechoslovakia and learned
the rug-cleaning business. Shortly
after, Sam Wohl and Bernard
(Bennie) Hirsch formed a partner-
ship and called it Sam's Carpet
and Furniture Cleaning. Because
of their thorough and reasonable
work, the firm's clientele now cov-
ers practically the whole North-
west and suburban area of Detroit.
The work is done solely by Sam
and Bennie, and service—including
free mothproofing with all jobs—
is speedy. For the month of March,
they are offering a special: With
every living room and dining room
carpet cleaned, they will clean one
chair free. For quick service, call
UN 4-6203. Free estimates.
SAMUEL M. LEVIN, professor
emeritus of Wayne State Univer-
sity, has written an article on "Mal-
thus and the Idea of Progress"
which appears in the January-
March issue of the Journal of the
History of Ideas, the quarterly pub-
The Prudential Insurance Co. lished by the City University of
has named MAX FRIDMAN to New York. This is Prof. Levin's
its President's Club for 1965 in sixth article in the series on Mal-
recognition of outstanding sales thus the famous theoretician on
and service achievements. He population problems.
and his wife Rella and their
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
two daughters live at 19979 St.
Mary's Ave. in Detroit.
Friday, March 11, 1966-23
the League of Jewish Women's
Organizations will lead a tech-
nique clinic on council programs
at the 27th annual convention of
the Detroit Archdiocesan Council
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