Rovner-Gurwin Vows Moshe Dworkin Named National Director of Zionist Youth Joseph E. Gillis in Race
for Recorder's Court
Moshe Dworkin, son of Mrs.
While at Wayne, he founded the berg, to officiate at the ceremony,
Former State representative
Planned for November Dora
Dworkin, 8811 W. Seven SZO chapter there and assumed along with Rabbi Max Ticktin. The
Mile, has been named national
director of the Student Zionist
In making the announcement,
Avraham Schenker, secretary of
the American Zionist Youth Foun-
dation, said Dworkin would direct
the activities of SZO, which is the
unified Zionist Youth Organization
on college campuses in the United
States and Canada.
Dworkin, 29, is a 1954 Central
High School graduate and taught
in the United Hebrew Schools. He
graduated from Wayne State Uni-
versity in 1959 and was awarded
a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship.
MISS NANCY ROVNER
Linda Miller Engaged
to Ronald L. Columbus
The engagement of their daugh-
ter Nancy Jane to E. Donald Gur-
win is announced by Mr. and Mrs.
Mark D. Rovner of Santa Maria
Ave. The prospective bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Gertrude Gur-
win of Sussex Ave. and the late
Mr. Aaron. Gurwin.
A November wedding is planned.
for Probate Court
Judge Burton R. Shifman an-
nounces his candidacy for Probate
Court Judge—the eight-year term
the new judgeship created this
Judge Shifman cites his 12 years
as a practicing lawyer, five years
as a Probate
and nine years
Court Judge as
the kind of back-
ground required t
for a good Pro-
is president of
the Jewish Na-
Council of De-
troit and is vice
chairman of the Judge Shifman
Michigan regional advisory board
of Anti-Defamation League. He is
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MISS LINDA MILLER
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller,
18047 Woodingham, announce the
engagement of their daughter Lin-
da Ann to Ronald Lee Columbus,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Co-
lumbus, 20151 Lesure. The pro-
spective bride is a senior in the
college of education at Wayne
State University. Her fiance is
studying pharmacy at Wayne State
University and is a member of Rho
Pi Phi Fraternity. The couple plans
a Dec. 18 wedding.
Plan JNF Woodland
to Honor Mrs. Rossen
A woodland of 5,000 trees will
vice-president of Cong. Beth Sha- be planted in Israel, through the
Jewish National Fund, to memoria-
lize the name and numerous deeds
on behalf of the community of
Israel, of Rebecca Rossen, wife of
Nathan P. Rossen, prominent com-
munal figure and member of local
and national organizations, includ-
ing several landsmanshaften so-
cieties, it was announced at a
meeting of the committee of lands-
manshaften for the Jewish Na-
bo•w••fimmolimum•iss , tional Fund.
• Fine Jewelry and Gifts
DR. LEON FRAM has been ap-
pointed a member of the Commis-
sion to Study the High Schools of
Detroit, a group of leading citizen,
who aim to seek out the cause and
cure of the conditions that erupted
into the troubles at Northern High
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the positions of president and trea-
surer. He represented SZO on the
Zionist Council of Detroit from
1956-59. In the fall of 1958, he was
the sole delegate from Wayne at a
conference held at West Point
sponsored by the State Depart-
He received a master's degree
in political science from Wiscon-
sin University. While at Wisconsin
he was program assistant to the
director of the Bnai Brith Hillel
A member of Habonim, the
North American Labor Zionist
Youth Organization, Dworkin at-
tended the Habonim Youth Work-
shop in Israel in 1954.
He also served as director of
Herzl Camp in Webster, Wis., from
1962 to 1964.
In 1964, Dworkin served as direc-
tor of education and youth at Tem-
ple of Aaron, St. Paul and attended
the University of Minnesota as a
candidate for a PhD.
Dworkin was recently married
to Susan Miriam Levine, daughter
of Mrs. Al Feinstein of Long
Island and the late Mr. Benjamin
The son of Dr. Louis Dworkin of
Toledo, the bridegroom asked his
brother-in-law, Dr. Julius Wein-
Just E. of Demery's-644-7626
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
Nathan Samet and Norman
Cotner were named chairman and
honorary chairman respectively,
of a committee already in forma-
tion, to be representative of al-
most every Jewish communal en-
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deavor in Detroit, to solicit the
of 14 Karat Gold Jewelry
cooperation of all their members
and the community to materialize
the plans for the contemplated
Mrs. Rossen, who died May 12,
devoted much time and effort, as
a member of many organizations,
among them, Hadassah, Adas Sha-
lom Sisterhood, Sholom Aleichem
Institute, Farband L.Z.O., Pinsker
Progressive Aid, Vladimiritzer
Emergency Relief and the He-
•setwometimb•oes••o•om brew Benevolent Society.
This Week's Radio and
Time: 1 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: "The Living Legacy of
Leo Baeck" by Marc Siegal, a
dramatic reading of the writings of
Baeck, who was a Jewish chaplain
of the Imperial German Army in
World War One, a writer, phil-
osopher and chief rabbi of Berlin
when Hitler came to power. Be-
cause he declined offers of per-
sonal refuge while any Sew of
his congregation remained in Ger-
many, he was too late to escape.
At the age of 70, he was put in a
concentration camp, where he was
imprisoned for 26 months. He sur-
vived, and lived 11 years after the
a a a
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "A Conversation with
Elie Wiesel" continues this series
of radio interviews. Wiesel is a
journalist, novelist and story-teller.
He is author of "Night," "Dawn,"
"The Accident," "The Town Be-
yond the Wall' and "The Gates of
the Forest." He has received the
Bnai Brith first annual Jewish
Heritage Award for Excellence in
Literature. Pauline Frederick,
NBC News correspondent, will be
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HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Yiddish Folk Songs"
presented by Cantor Harold Or-
bach and produced by the Jewish
Community Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit. The recordings of Ne-
tania Davrath will be played.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: "Martin Buber" as
part of the series on the Jew and
his philosophy. Host of the series,
Rabbi Morton M. Kanter, will des-
cribe the man and his contribu-
tions, with a vignette of one of
Buber's Hassidic tales adapted by
Penina Frankel and acted by Rol-
lin Parker, Mark Zussman and
Ricky Orbach, members of the
Center Theater of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center. This series has
been coordinated and directed by
Evelyn Orbach, program associate
of the Jewish Community Council.
Joseph A, Gillis filed as a candi-
new Mrs. Dworkin is former asso- date for Recorder's Court. He serv-
ciate editor of the Near East
ed in the Michi-
for three terms
Northwest D e-
troit. A life-long
resident of De-
troit, Gillis is a
graduate of the
University of De-
troit Law School
and has been in
private practice Gillis
for 15 years in Detroit. He is a
combat veteran of World War II
and Korea and a colonel in the
U.S. Air Force Reserve.
jack Frankfort' to Take
Bride, Karen Golden
Every Litter-bit hurts — Keep
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 27, 1966 29
MISS KAREN GOLDEN
Mr. and Mrs. Perce J. Golden of
Greenbriar Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Karen Eileen to Jack
Frankford, son of Mrs. William
Frankford of Northgate Blvd., Oak
Park, and the late Mr. Frankford.
Miss Golden is a graduate of
Wayne State University.
An Aug. 14 wedding is planned.
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