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MRS. HAROLD EISENMAN
Elyse S. Ross became the bride
of Dr. Harold T. Eisenman recent-
ly at the Hotel Pierre, NY.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Eisenman of Outer
Dr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold M.
Ross of South Orange, NJ.
Eva Ross served as maid of hon-
or, and Mrs. Stephen Wildstein
was matron of honor. Also at-
tending the bride were Mrs. Ed-
ward Horwitz, sister of the bride-
groom, and Mrs. Arnold Eisen-
Dr. William Levin served as
best man. Ushers were Fred
Ross, brother of the bridegroom,
and Edward Horwitz.
The bride wore a princess-style
silk gown trimmed with imported
Swiss lace on neckline and sleeves
and matching full watteau train.
She carried a bouquet of orchids
on her Bible.
After a honeymoon in Acapulco,
the Eisenmans will reside at the
Whitehall Apartments in South-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
activities in Society
Delegates from 39 states represented the 75,000 members of the
Brandeis University National Women's Committee, at the 18th annual
conference on the campus recently. Representing the Detroit Chapter
were Mesdames Alvin Barnett, national board member; Samuel Caplan,
national chairman; Harold A. Robinson, vice president; Oscar Zeman,
national chairman; and Miss Rosalind Schubat.
Out-of-town guests attending the Bat Mitzvah of Margaret Ethel
Katz this weekend include: Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. Spiegelman
of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. A. Katz of Coloma, Mich.; Messrs. and
Mesdames Sidney Katz and son George of Tennessee; Hal Schanoes
with daughter Barbara and son David of Illinois; Mr. Kenneth
Cohen and daughter Phyllis • of Ohio; and Mr. Robert Mordis with
daughter Laura and son David of Port Huron.
Guests attending the Bar Mitzvah of Perry Harlan Gural this
weekend include Dr. and Mrs. Henry Guralnick and daughter Debbie
of Chicago; Messrs. and Mesdames Benjamin Lucash and family,
Al Ostroff, Max Zuckerman, Lou Hershkovitz and Leonard Zeman
of Pennsylvania; Sam Schlager of New Jersey; Louis Weisman and
Irving Weisman of Texas; Phil Kelner of Minnesota; George Glassman
and Stanley Rosenberg of New York; Arthur Shenfeld and Saul
Shenfeld, of California; and Mrs. Dora Lucash of Pennsylvania and
Mrs. Rose Kress of Minnesota.
Out-of-town guests who attended the recent wedding of Deborah
Diane Uchill of Denver to Rabbi Clifford Bruce Miller at Cong. Bnai
Moshe included Naomi Bandler of New York City, Mrs. Robert Hammer
of Akron, Lawrence Myers of Buffalo, Alan Silberman of Chicago, Judy
Soloff of Tom's River, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. David Uchill of Great
Neck, L. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lerner (she's former Detroiter Toby C.
Schreiman) and daughter Susan have returned to their home in Bay-
side, N.Y., after spending a week visiting Mrs. Lerner's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Schreiman of Cheyenne Ave. While here, they attended
the graduation of Mrs. Lerner's brother, Leonard, from Wayne State
A surprise dinner party in honor of the 40th wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ozrovitz of Miller Ave., Oak Park, was
given recently by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ozrovitz and
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ozrovitz. The party, held at the Herman
Ozrovitz home on Church Ave., Oak Park, also was attended by
the honorees' five grandchildren and guests from Toledo.
Attending the recent marriage of Phyllis Rosenberg to Dr. Joel
Lee Nitzkin were out-of-town guests Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stein of
Anaheim, Calif., Martha Pivitz of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Stein and daughter Karen of Chicago, Harold Stein and Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Perl of Cicero, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Al Benjamin and
daughters Sandy and Roberta and son Mark of Highland Park,
Linda Poznanski, Mrs. Adela Poznanski, Tina Nitzkin, Meyer Nitzkin,
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pivitz, all of Chicago, and Mr: and Mrs.
Wolfish of Toronto.
GOODFELLOWSHIP CLUB will
hold a social 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Lutzker Memorial Hall. On July 10
there will be a wiener roast at
Palmer Park. Members and friends
invited. For information, call Al
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Dr. Samuel Krohn, council presi
dent, emphasized that the subjects
of these programs relate them-
selves "not only to pronounce-
ments, but to the day-to-day work
Commencing Sunday morning on_ in which the Council is engaged
"Highlights," the weekly radio- on behalf of a constantly improved
television program sponsored by atmosphere of human relation-
the Jewish Community Council, a ships."
four-part series will be devoted to
The "Highlights" programs are
They will begin with a discus- aired every Sunday on WJBK
sion of Jewish community involve- Radio at 9:15 a.m., and on Channel
ment in general civic issues by 2 at 9:45 a.m. This series is pro-
Walter E. Klein, executive director
of the Jewish Community Council,
and Joseph B. Robison, director of Council.
t o .
the committee on law and social
action of the American Jewish
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
In his 20 years with the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Robison has
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
drafted many of
Station: Channel 2
the laws against
Feature: The first program in a
racial and reli-
four-part series on "Community
tion that have
Issues" will feature a discussion of
, been adopted in
Jewish .Community involvement in
many parts of the
general civic issues by Walter E.
Klein, executive director of the
Jewish Community Council, and
1 In succeeding
Joseph B. Robison of the Ameri-
weeks there will
can Jewish Congress. (See story
be a discussion
of the plight of
* * *
the Jew in the
USSR, with Dr. 'Richard C. Hertz
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
of Temple Beth El, former chair-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
man of the committee on Jews in
the Soviet orbit for the Central
: Authors Mark Van
Conference of American Rabbis;
and two programs examining the Doren and Maurice Samuel will
problems of prejudice and dis- explore "Men of Dreams" Part I
crimination. The first, a socio- in- the series on "Dreams and
drama, "Some of My Best Friends" Visions in the Bible". This pro-
by Robert Crean, is a dramatic gram will make the comparison
portrayal of the insidious nature between Jacob, the dreamer, coun-
of racial and religious biases, en- seled by God, and his son Joseph,
acted by members of Center the interpreter of dreams.
Sizes 10 to 20
It will be succeeded by a pro-
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
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gram directed to the theme of
the play, and entitled, "Do You
Have An Ending?" Expert
Feature: Rabbi Shlomo Carle-
bach will sing "Songs of My Soul"
Like a bird that strays from her
and the provocative issues it for this series on Jewish folk mu-
SUNDAY 12 TO 5 P.M.
sic presented by Cantor Harold
Is a man who strays from his
In announcing the new series,
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A mass media philanthropic life
insurance program, providing en-
dowments to perpetuate the con-
gregational and institutional work
of Reform Judaism in the United
States and Canada, has been initi-
ated by the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion.
This will be the first such en-
deavor by any religious institution
(Catholic, Protestant or Jewish)
and involves the 660 Reform L.yna-
gogues in North America. Life in-
surance will be sold to congregants
under the age of 60 in units of
$100 premium per annum and con-
sidered on a non-medical basis re-
gardless of sex.
The amount of insurance for
each $100 premium will be de-
termined by the age of the con-
gregant. As the incidence of own-
ership is with these religious or-
ganizations the premiums are tax
deductible annually as a charitable
contribution subject to the congre-
gant's statutory contribution limi-
The insurance will be underwrit-
ten by the Travelers Insurance
Company, Hartford, Connecticut.
It is estimated that in the corn-
ing fiscal year, from July, 196.6-
June, 1967, $100,000,000 worth of
insurance could be written. The
projected sales figures are esti-
mated on 200,000 male members
in Reform congregations who are
eligible for this insurance cover-
Leaders of the Reform move-
ment and insurance experts antici-
pated a five-year sales figure of
$250,000,000. Beneficiaries will be
the insured's own congregation for
fifty-percent and the remainder
divided equally between the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion.
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