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March 25, 1966 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-25

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Sachs-Elkin Betrothal
Is Announced Here

MISS ELLEN SACHS

Mr. and Mrs. Sol J. Sachs, 15150
Dartmouth, Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter Ellen Caron to George Lewis
Elkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Elkin, 18011 Birwood.
Miss Sachs attended Michigan
State University.
The prospective bridegroom
griduated from Ferris Institute,
where he studied optical technol-
ogy.
The couple plans a June 5 wed-
ding.

JWV

ANIIIIIMIIIIII

BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, at the Oak
Park CoMmunity Cent e r. There
will be a business meeting follow-
ed by a film, "The Price of
Silence," narrated by Edward G.
Robinson. Prospective members
welcome. For information, call
Fern Seltzer, 546-5875.
* * *
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will service the girls
division of the Juvenile Deten-
tion Home Saturday. There will
be a band. refreshments and fa-
vors. Servicing will be Mesdames
Sol Amster, Louis Weber and
Charles Hauptman.
* *

Pope Paul Receives
JWV's Commander

ROME (JTA) — Pope Paul VI
told Milton Waldor, commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, last weekend, that
the rights of any religion are the
concern of the Roman Catholic
Church. The pontiff made the com-
ment during a private audience in
his library at the Vatican for the
commander and Mrs. Waldor.
He also told the American Jew-
ish veterans that, in the implemen-
tation of the decisions of the re-
cent Ecumenical Council, he would
continue his efforts toward under-
standing and cooperation among re-
ligions.
Waldor conveyed the greetings
of the JWV and the JWV's appre-
ciation of the Pope's peace efforts.
The Pope replied he would con-
tinue to work for a peace that pro-
tected the rights of all people con-
cerned.
Expressing satisfaction over the
Waldor visit, the Pope recalled
that two former JWV commanders
had also visited him.

I

Men's Clubs

TAU EPSILON RHO LAW FRA
TERNITY, Detroit Graduate Chap-
ter, will meet 8:30 p.m. Thurs
day, at Brothers Restaurant to
plan for the fraternity's national
convention here Dec. 28-Jan. 1 at
the Statler Hilton Hotel. Members
and undergraduates who plan to
attend are asked to call Jack
Schon, chairman of the convention
commitee, WO 2-3124, or Mrs. Nor-
man Letzer, 398-3091.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, March 25, 1966

Hebrew Teachers,
Friends Honor
Tchernichovsky

One of Jewry's most universal
poets, virtually unknown to those
unversed in Hebrew, was mem-
orialized in song and speech at the
dinner of the Association of He-
brew Teachers and Principals of
Detroit Sunday evening at Cong.
Bnai Moshe.
Saul Tchernichovsky—principal
Morris Nobel said — "broadened
the scope of Hebrew language in
all its forms," and his poetry is
"a glorious hymn to the beauty of
nature and (its) unending pa-
geantry."
Time and again that evening,
tribute was paid to the late Rabbi
Morris A d 1 e r, "the teacher's
teacher," and the 200 present
stood in a moment of silence
honoring his memory. The dinner
was postponed from the previous
Sunday because of Rabbi Adler's
death.
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig,
vice president of the Teachers
Association, in a brief message,
called upon the teachers to
assert themselves with dignity
in their important community
role—"Arise, shake off the dust
from yourselves, put on your
royal garments."
Dr_ Samuel Krohn, president of
the Jewish Community Council,
extended greetings, asserting "the
community must have a respon-
sive environment to Jewish edu-
cation," and linked the com-
mon goals of Jewish education
and the Community Council.
The assistant superintendent of
the United Hebrew Schools, Dr.
Irving Panush, also offered con-
gratulations, as did Mrs. Sadie
Goren, president of the UHS
Woman's Auxiliary. Superintend-
ant Albert Elazar and UHS Presi-
dent George Zeltzer were not
present due to their attendance at
the American Association for
Jewish Education conference in
New York that weekend. Both
sent wires of congratulations,
however.
Mrs. Rae Goodman presided at
the dinner, and Rabbi Irving I.
Schipper delivered the invocation.
Midrasha student Jay Masserman,
co-chairman of the event, also
participated. The welcome was
extended by Menahem Glaser,
president of the Teachers Associa-
tion.
Mrs. Ayala Klingman presented
two piano selections, and a choral
composition memorializing
Tchnernichovsky by Norman Rut-
tenberg was sung by a group of
teachers, under the direction of
Shlomo Biederman, UHS music di-
rector. Mrs. Harriet Berg's Festi-
val Dancers performed, and Mrs.
Jacob Axelrod led in the Hatik-
vah.

Israeli From U.S.
to Speak at Brunch

The Israel Bond Organization
and the Labor Zionist Council of
Detroit will hold a brunch recep-
tion for Moshe Kere.m (Murray
Weingarten) 10:30 a.m. Sunday in
the Labor Zionist Institute, Kerem
is a special representative of the
Jewish Agency and Ihud Olami.
David Safran, general chairman
of the Detroit Israel Bond Com-
mittee, will be special guest speak-
er.
This will be Kerem's first visit
to Detroit since he settled in Israel
and became a member of Kib-
butz Gesher Haziv in Western Gali-
lee, where he served as secretary
of the kibbutz and as principal of
the regional high school. Under
his former name, Murray Wein-
garten, he authored the book "Life
in a Kibbutz." Kerem will speak
on "Problems of a New Society."
Morris Lieberman, chairman of
the Labor Zionist Council and Is-
rael Bond Labor Zionist Campaign
chairman, will be brunch chair-
man.

Beware of enemies reconciled
and of meat twice boiled.
—Spanish Proverb

Celia Emmer to Marry
Mr. George A. Leikin

Israel's Exports Rise
Israel's exports during the past
year increased by 16 per cent over
the previous year to reach a total
of $432,000,000. Industrial exports
were up 13 per cent and citrus
exports by 24 per cent.

Only about 2-5 per cent of the
Israel Knesset membership change
from one election to another, so
that the personal composition of
the Knesset does not differ
drastically from one election to
the other.

even after passover, people
keep eating Streit's matzos

ribt5 `1712

under rabbinical supervision of

RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBI . BIALIK

MISS CELIA EMMER

OfIllr VONA,

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Emmer of
Sunderland Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Celia
to George A. Leikin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ezekiel Leikin, former De-
troiters now residing in Philadel-
phia.
The bride-elect is a junior at
Wayne State University. Her fian-
ce attends Wayne State Univer-
sity's school of law.

THE FIVE

BOXMAN BROTHERS

HARRY, BEN, OSCAR, SAM and FRANK

HAVE MERGED . . .

Radomer Aid to Meet

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Workmen's Circle Center to dis-
cuss a games party and other af-
fairs.

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at 13515 W. 7 MILE

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HACK'S FOOT NOTES

SHOE INFORMATION FOR THE FOOTWISE

MARCH 25, 1916

— GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY ISSUE —

MARCH 25, 1966

FIFTY YEARS OF SHOE PROGRESS
CELEBRATED BY HACK SHOE CO.

QUALITY, FIT, SERVICE
BUILT REPUTATION
Careful fitting, shoes of the high-
est quality and a follow up service
to offer every possible aid to comfort
are the keystones of the Hack Shoe
success story.
"No fit, no sale" is the attitude
of the Hack Shoe Fitters. That's why
the 4th generation of customers is
now wearing Hack Shoes, the children
of grandchildren of Hack shoe wear-
ers.

EXTENSIVE RANGE

OF SIZES CARRIED

Infants' first walking shoes
are carried in stock from A
through EEEEE at Hack's.
Little boys' and little girls'
oxfords to EEEE are in stock
as are men's shoes to 16 (17
available) and women's shoes,
too, are in stock in a fine run
of sizes.

DETROIT FIRM WIDELY KNOWN

Founded by Nathan and Pauline Hack on
March 25, 1916, the Hack Shoe Company early
began its progress towards specialization in the
field in which it has become pre-eminent.
Now, with four conveniently located stores,
the metropolitan area is well covered . . . but cus-
tomers continue to come from far and wide. On
one single day recently, they came from Chatham,
Ontario; Lima, Ohio; Manistee, Traverse City, Har-
bor Beach and Jackson.
The Hack Outflare shoe is sold in a number
of cities and the RIPPLE r. sole is known world-
wide.

RIPPLE® SALES
A HACK INVENTION
Of all the innovations pro-
IF YOU REMEMBER
duced by the Hack Shoe Com-
pany, the RIPPLE® sole
ranks first in world-wide ac-
THE SHOE STORE ceptance.

YOU ARE MATURE

ON THE CORNER

THAT DOES BUSINESS

ON THE SQUARE

—by Hack

Produced in a number of
countries, it is used widely by
There is little likihood of So read the sign on the side of the the medical departments of
building on Farnsworth at Hastings the armed services of the
misfit at Hack's.
circa 1918-1926.
United States.

NOW THERE ARE FOUR HACK SHOE STORES:
5th Fl., Mutual Bldg. 19360 Livernois 16633 W. Warren 235 Pierce
at 28 W. Adams Ave. North of T Mile Near Outer Drive Birmingham
UN 4-7790 TU 4-2090 MI 6-7790
WO 2-7790

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