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July 29, 1966 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-29

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30—Friday, July 29, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LETTER BOX

Hebrew Benevolent Pays Off Debt.

Thank Leonard Simons
for Seeing Housing Need

Editor, The Jewish News:
On behalf of all senior adult
clubs that meet at the Jewish
Center, we would like to convey
our sincere gratitude to the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, and espe-
cially to Mr. Leonard Simons for
his efforts in establishing a low-
rent housing project for elderly
men and women.
It is, indeed, gratifying to know
that the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion has acknowledged the great
need for such an undertaking. We
have all the confidence in the
world in the superb leadership of
the Federation, and our only hope
is that it will not be too long be-
fore its efforts will be realized.
DETROIT JEWISH SENIOR
CITIZENS HOUSING
ORGANIZATION
Jennie Schubiner, Secretary

The Hebrew Benevolent Society has naid off a $250,000 mortgage
held by Detroit Bank and Trust on the society's Greenfield chapel as
a part of its 50th anniversary celebration. Philip Langwald (seated,
right), president of the society, accepts the discharge of the mortgage
from Vice President Richard J. Peters of the mortgage department of
Detroit Bank and Trust. Witnessing the ceremony are (from left),
Paul Jacobs, society trustee; Robert Perry of the bank's mortgage
staff; N. P. Rossen, society secretary; I. W. Sherr, society trustee;
Samuel Portner, cemetery chairman; Harry Portner, society vice
president; Leo B. Furst, society vice president; Norman M. Glovinsky
or Hovis-Glovinsky Associates, architects for the society's chapel;
and Isadore Sosnick, society treasurer. Trustee Sam Levine was
unable to attend the ceremony. A formal burning of the mortgage
will be held at the society's anniversary banquet in October.

World Parliaments to Send
Members to Knesset Event

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — About 40 repre-
sentatives in countries around the
world are expected to attend the
dedication here on Aug. 30 of the
new building of the Knesset, Is-
rael's parliament, the parliamen-
tary committee in charge of the
forthcoming ceremonies announced
Tuesday.
Among the guests, it is expected
that about 30 of the official rep-
resentatives will be the presiding
officers . or speakers of the re-
spective parliaments.
Certain thus far of participation
in the ceremonies are representa-
tives of the United States, Britain
France, Holland, Belgium, Luxem-
bourg and the Scandinavian coun-
tries.
The committee in charge of the
dedication decided that no foreign
representatives are to sit on the
dais during the ceremonies and
no foreign flags will be flown
over the new Knesset building.
That decision is believed to have
been taken so that the West Ger-
man flag or the representative from
Bonn would not play a prominent
role in the proceedings. The West
German parliament is expected to
be represented by Dr. Eugen Ger-
stenmaier, president of the Bun-
destag.

Rrtli tAnnouncements

Last Week's Winner of the

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(9 lbs., 2-oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of your
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make your first week at home easier.

July 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Kane (Adrienne Pomerantz), 30585
Woodgate Dr., Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Jeri Ann.
* *
July 4—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Bachaiov (Priscilla Adler). 28540
Selkirk, Southfield, a daughter
Abby Gayle.

To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mangen
(Elayne Chase), 19281 Dorset,
Southfield, an adopted daughter,
July 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jodi Denise.
L. Mills (Sharon Dinkin), 22000
Sussex, Oak Park, a daughter Na-
Fine Art Reproduced
talie Susan.
* * *
July 23—To Mr. and Mrs. on Greeting Cards
NEW YORK—For the first time
Howard W. Goldberg (Beverly
Ann Fein), 19476 Meyer, a daugh- in this country, fine art relating to
traditional Jewish life will be re-
ter, Amy Lynn.
produced on museum quality
* * *
July 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Law- greeting cards and notepaper.
The subjects are drawn from
rence Sklar (Donna Goldenberg),
16915 New Hampshire, Southfield, such diverse sources as a 14th
Century Rhenish manuscript and
a daughter, Karen Gail.
a 19th Century Persian marriage
*
July 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- contract. Some cards are in full
old Josephson (Nancy Blanke), color, others are black-and-white
13451 Irvine, Oak Park, a daughter wood-cuts and fine engravings.
They are all suitable for framing.
Beth.
C
Commentary, a monthly journal
July 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel of thought and opinion on con-
Berenbaum (Sandra Geller), 15957 temporary issues and Jewish af-
Pennsylvania, Southfield, twin sons, fairs, is publishing the cards.
Steven Laurence and Stanford
The original works reproduced
Philip.
by the cards are in the collections
• * *
of the New York Public Library
July 14—To Rabbi and Mrs. S. and the Jewish Museum.
Livni, 21711 Gardner, Oak Park,
The cards are packaged in
a daughter Tirzah.
groups of 20 identical cards. A
• C *
boxed assortment of all the cards
July 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur — each of 15 subjects — is also
James Rubiner of Northfield Rd., available.
Birmingham, a daughter, Megan
Subjects include 18th Century
Elizabeth.
French engravings — "Searching
* * *
for Leavened Bread Before Pass-
July 8--To Mr. and Mrs. Albert over" and "Blowing the Shofar on
Rosenberg (Barbara Simon of To- Rosh Hashanah"; 17th Century
ledo), 24321 Coolidge, Oak Park, a Dutch woodcut representatioss of
daughter, Florence Lesa.
Sukkot, Simhat Tora and Purim;
a 14th Century manuscript illumi-
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Tora wrappers; and 18th Century
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Brevities

A sultry YVONNE DeCARLO ap-
pears at NORTHLAND PLAY-
HOUSE in the comedy-mystery
"Catch Me If You Can." The play,
now being made into a motion pic-
ture, tells the hilarious story of
a honeymooning couple involved
in a Catskill Mountain murder mys-
tery. This is the first Northland
appearance for th actress who stars
regularly in the CBS television
show "The Monsters."

JWV

POST and AUXILIARY 510 re-
cently held their installation of of-
ficers. They are Mesdames Lila
Reder, president; Ida Glass and
Enid Golditch, vice presidents;
Lorretta Gold, treasurer; Lorraine
Baum and Roz Wolfe, secretaries;
Pauline Goldberg, chaplain; Alice
Katzman, guard; Alice Hattner,
patriotic instructor; Esther Freed-
man, historian; Nori Grossman,
conductress; Sadye Pesick, Audrey
Mogill and Ruth Rader, trustees.
Newly elected officers are Manny
Freedman, president. Mort Margo-
lis and Bert Ellstein, vice presi-
dents; Leonard Katzman, quarter-
master, and Larry Fox, adjutant.
*
THE BLOCH ROSE POST AND
AUXILIARY are holding an an-
nual picnic 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun-
day at Totem Pole Day Camp.
There will be games, prizes and
free ice. cream for the children.
For information, call Bill Green-
berg, UN 2-2557, or Annette Gold-
berg, KE 7-3076.

-

Young Israel Picnic
Scheduled for Aug. 7

Nathan Butrimovitz, chairman
of the annual picnic of Northwest
Young Israel, announces that this
year's event will be held 1 p.m.,
Aug. 7 at Stoepel Park.
All friends and members of
Young Israel' are invited to com-
pete for prizes - in the games. Re-
freshments will be available.

Lesman-Ochs Wedding
to Take Place Dec. 18

Israel Committee Studies
Problem of the Karaites

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The first
meeting was held here of the pub-
lic committee set up by the gov-
ernment to study the problem of
the personal status of the Ka-
raites, a dissident ancient Jewish
sect that has survived in Israel
and elsewhere after living for cen-
turies apart from the main body
of Jewry.
While Jewish religious teaching
recognizes rabbinic authority, the
Karaites follow only the Scrip-
tures.
The public committee was set
up after problems arose in con-
nection with possible intermar
riage between Jews and Karaites
which has been banned by the
rabbinic authorities for centuries.
In the initial meeting, the commit-
tee, which dealt only with pro-
MISS CAROLE LERMAN
cedural matters, asked Religious
Mrs. E. Shirley Lerman, 12800 Affairs Minister Zorach Warhaf-
W. 9 Mile, announces the engage- tig for information on the Karaite
ment of her daughter Carole Linda issue.
to Lawrence' Jason Ochs, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ochs, 24506 Israelis, Jordanians Map
Connecticut, Southfield. The bride-
to-be is the daughter of the late Joint Anti-Malaria Drive
Dr. Simon E. Lerman.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A joint
Miss Lerman attended Michigan Israeli-Jordanian health committee
State University and is presently dealing with anti-malaria and other
attending Wayne State University health measures in the Jerusalem
in the college of education. Her
fiance is a graduate of Michigan no-man's land, met in the old city
State and is now doing post grad- of Jerusalem last weekend. The
committee, which is meeting under
uate work at Wayne.
The couple plans a Dec. 18 auspices of the Israeli-Jordan
Mixed Armistice Commission, de-
wedding.
cided to continue the joint work
and will meet again at the end
400 Enroll in Yeshiva U. of December.

for Training as Rabbis

NEW YORK (JTA) — The larg-
est number of rabbinical students
in the 70-year •history of Yeshiva
University's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary have enrolled
for the 1966-67 academic year, it
was announced by Norman Ab-
rams, administrative director.
Abrams said enrollment will ex-
ceed 400, an increase of about 10
per cent over last year.

Italian Jewish General
Giuseppe Ottolenghi, 19th cen-
tury Italian general, distinguished
himself in the wars of Italian inde-
pendence. He was the first Jew
appointed a general in the Italian
army.

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