to Marry David Stein
Israeli Deputy Finishes Visits to Latin America
BOGOTA, Colombia (JTA) — in all four countries have given
Akiva Govrin, a member of Israel's receptions to the visiting Israeli
Parliament, has completed a series parliamentarian. The host officials
of visits to the Jewish commu-
Mr. Paul Shapiro, 20489 Ward, president of the Schwartz-Shapiro- nities in Chile, Peru, Ecuador and have mentioned with pride the
Feinstein Family Club, announces the group will have its annual Colombia. Members of parliament friendly relations between their
countries and Israel.
dinner-dance 7 p.m. June 5 at the 24 Karat Club. Reservations may
be made with Mrs. Joe Kelton, secretary. Mrs. Marvin B. Levy is
treasurer and Mrs. Wilford Cole, recording secretary. The club
bears the names of the three oldest families that .make up the entire
family club, of which Mr. Paul Shapiro is the oldest living member.
The Levin Family Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Lefko of Burt Rd. the evening of May 14, with Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Greenfield-8 Mile Rd.
Zate, co-hosts. The program, "Our Link With Israel," was conducted
by Mrs. Max Kwartowitz, who read letters from relatives there, who
gave thanks for their Passover celebration. Judge and Mrs. George D.
Shop Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.
Kent narrated films of their recent trip to Israel for the adults and
Detroiters who attended the recent marriage of Mr. Moshe Dwor-
kin, former Detroiter, to Miss Suzanne Miriam Levine in Long Island
included his mother, Mrs. Dora Dworkin, the Aaron Kutnicks, Mrs.
M. Fealk and Dr. and Mrs. Julius Weinberg and their children. Best
man A. Zeitick came with his wife from Ann Arbor for the wedding,
and others from Milwaukee and St. Paul attended.
The families of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wilder, 5710 Sutters Lane.
Birmingham, and Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Kopple, 19805 Greenfield, are
hosts to Mrs. Louis Berger of Rutland, Vt. She is the former Mrs.
Melvin Kopple of Parkside Ave.
The Lee Janapols of California, (Mrs. Mary Rosenberg, formerly
of Detroit) recently married, just moved into their new house in
La Costa, Carlsbad, Calif.
activities in Society
MISS BARBARA LAMBERT
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lambert of
Groton Ave., Bloomfield Hills, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara Rochelle to David
Joel Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Stein of Tracey Ave.
The couple plans a Jan. 1 wed-
DR. JOSEPH DUNNER, David
Petegorsky Professor of Political
Science at Yeshiva University and
chairman of its political science
department, has joined an elite
group of educators on a commit-
tee to supervise the curriculum
and operate a new graduate school
for American foreign policy sup-
ported by leading public officials.
As a member of the planning and
development committee of the In-
stitute for American Strategy, Dr.
Dunner will help conduct the Free-
dom Studies Center in Boston, Va.
THE LIGHT TOUCH
You can always spot a
motorcycle rider by the bugs
stuck to his teeth .. .
There's a new theory that
hiccoughs are messages —
from departed spirits ...
Sign outside a laundry:
"Don't kill your wife. Let us
do the dirty work!"
Henry's wife has only been
driving for two months, so
she isn't kidding when she
says, "Guess who I ran into
Did you hear about the ele-
vator operator who lost his
job? He couldn't remember
the route . . •
JEWISH WAR VETERANS Me-
morial Home Association has elect-
ed Harry L. Friedman, president;
Jack Schwartz, John Nemon and
Charles N. Isackson, vice presi-
dents; Ruth Cohen, treasurer; and
Esther Kaufman, secretary.
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BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Evelyn Skupsky, 24076 Moritz,
Oak Park. Proceeds of poppy
money will be announced, and
plans for serving the USO will be
discussed. For information, call
Annette R. Goldberg, KE 7-3076.
Jwv Raps Plan
to Name Hospital
for Rep. Rankin
WASHINGTON — Congressional
action to name a U.S. Veterans
Administration hospital in Missis-
sippi after the late Congressman
from that state, John E. Rankin,
"should be dropped and some per-
sonage free from a history of racial
and religious bigotry should be
given this honor," National Com-
mander Milton A. Waldor of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Waldor, in criticizing the pro-
posal for the memorialization of
Rankin, said "this would make
a mockery of the sacrifices of
veterans of Negro, Jewish, and
other minority backgrounds who
might be patients at the new
veterans medical facility."
The veterans' leader said:
"Rankin's notorious tirades
against American Jews and
Negroes — including those serv-
ing in the U.S. Army during World
War II — disqualify him from
selection for so high an honor
by the United States government."
Major veterans organizations of
the United States were urged by
Book Panel to Discuss
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when a minor cut, burn or
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Lincoln at Coolidge
Hasidism is the next topic for
discussion in the Book Forum
Series of the Jewish Center library
8:30 p.m. June 8 at the Center.
Mrs. Clara Jones, chief librarian
of the Bela Hubbard Branch, De-
troit Public Library, will discuss
Hasidism in the book, "Yoshe
Kalb" by I. J. Singer.
Rabbi David Jessel of Temple
Beth Am will interpret the Hasidic
writings of Martin Buber, and
Rabbi Nissim Hayward, principal
of the Young Israel branch of the
United Hebrew Schools, will speak
on practical Hasidism today.
Alfred Greenbaum, librarian of
the Semitics collection at Wayne
State University, will serve as
The public is invited at no
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the JWV to join in support for
four key amendments to the ad-
ministration's Civil Rights Bill,
which have been proposed by the
Leadership Conference on Civil
Rights, a federation of more than
100 civil rights, labor, religious
and civic organizations.
The proposed amendments would
provide for executive, as well as
judicial, enforcement of the ban
against racial discrimination in
the sale or rental of all housing;
set up an automatic provision for
bringing under Federal jurisdic-
tion jury selection in state courts
having a history of racial discrim-
ination; provide a system of in-
demnification whereby victims of
racial violence could recover
monetary awards from persons or
governMents engaged in the vio-
lence; and extend the Fair Em-
ployment Practices provisions of
the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to
local governments and agencies,
such as police departments and
James Roosevelt Due
at Rotenbera Dinner
Ambassador James Roosevelt
will be guest speaker at the Kfar
Rotenberg dinner Sunday at the
Statler-Hilton hotel, starting with
a reception in his honor at 6 p.m.
The event will mark the formal
announcement of the establish-
ment of a village near Haifa, to
be named in honor of Julius and
Alice Rotenberg, Detroit philan-
thopists. The acceptance of the
keys to the city on Mr. Roten-
berg's behalf will be done by his
son, Milton Rotenberg.
Congratulatory messages were
received from the American am-
bassador to the State of Israel,
Walforth Barbour; S. Z. Shragai,
head of the Aliyah Department
of the Jewish Agency; Mayor
Cavanagh; Governor Romney; and
Senator Philip A. Hart, among
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 27, 1966-25
We've hundreds of new gowns for this season and
the one ahead . . . and we have reduced
many of them! Some from famous New York
houses—others imported. Gown shown:
Aqua or American Beauty red in antique
silk-jewel trim. Sizes 12-18. Regularly 150
Greenfield/West 8 Mile Rd.
Sunday 12 Noon til 5 P.M.
Mon., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. til 9
Maple and Lahser Roads
Thurs. & Fri. 9:30 til 9
Saturday 9 til 6
Mon., Thurs., Fri. & Sat. til 9