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July 22, 1966 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-22

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20—Friday, July 22, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Evintz-Morris Vows
Slated for November

Activities

Detroiter Mark Lavetter Elected
BB Young Adults International Head

Mark S. Lavetter, 22, of 19783
Mark Twain, was elected interna-
tional president of Bnai Brith
Young Adults at the 21st annual
BBYA International Convention at
Camp Bnai Brith, Starlight, Pa.
Lavetter served last year as inter-
national program vice president.
A senior at Wayne State Univer-
sity, he was young adult council
president for Bnai Brith Youth of
Michigan in 1964-65.
The new international vice
presidents are Harold Kuperstein

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Who makes it
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of Massapequa Park, N. Y., Mel-
vin Osolky of Toronto and Ruth
Cooper, of Baltimore.
Winner of the 1966 Internation-
al Oratory Contest of the Bnai
Brith Young Adults was Tauby
Ross of Los Angeles.

* * *

Detroit to Host
District Parley

The men and women of Bnai
Brith District 6 voted to hold their
1967 convention in Detroit June
25-29.
Morris Direnfeld, national com-
missioner of the Anti-Defamation
League and past president of the
Detroit council, has been appoint-
ed district convention chairman for
the men. The women's district has
asked Mrs. Alfred E. Lakin, past
district president and national
youth service commissioner, to
serve as their district convention
chairman.
Bernard Panush, president of
the men's council, appointed Sol
Moss to be city convention chair-
man. By appointment of Mrs. Da-
vid Levine, women's council pres-
ident, Mrs. Sidney Eidelman and
Mrs. Jack Sayles will serve to-
gether as local convention chair-
men for the council.
The convention headquarters
will be located in the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
At the recently concluded Dis-
trict 6 convention in Winnipeg, Sol
Mass, past president of the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
was re-elected a member of the
district's board of governors. Elect-
ed to serve with Moss was Harry
Pearson, past president of Zager-
Stone Lodge.
Louis Weber, past president of
the council, was elected judge of
the District 6 Court of Appeals.
* * *

MISS SUSAN

EVINTZ

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Evintz of
Woodstock Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Irene to Benjamin Allen Morris,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Morris of Jackson.
Miss Evintz is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance, a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan,
where he was affiliated with Tau
Delta Phi Fraternity, is presently
doing work in labor relations at
Wayne State.
A November wedding is
planned.

MARSHA ANN YOUNG of Farm-
ington has begun six months of
study in Israel under the auspices
of Brandeis University's sixth an-
nual Jacob Hiatt Institute. She ar-
rived in Tel Aviv July 5 with 23
other participants from 17 Ameri-
can colleges and universities. The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle K.
Young of 30111 Old Bedford Rd.,
Farmington, she is a junior at Mon-
teith College, Wayne State Univer-
sity. Brandeis' Jacob Hiatt Institute
consists of a unique first-hand in-
vestigation of Israel's political and
social institutions. During the sum-
mer months, the students are en-
gaged in an ulpan or introductory
period of training in basic and ad-
vanced Hebrew. This will be fol-
lowed by classes, seminars and
field trips.
* * *
SARAH BERGER, 13, an eighth
grade student at Cleveland's He-
brew day school, the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Cleveland, placed first in
the city's spelling championship
contest and then went on to finish
seventh in a field of 70 at the Na-
tional Spelling Bee recently con-
cluded in Washington, D.C.

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of Israel's defense establishment.
Dr. Katchalski's function in the
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not lag behind in the military
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