Ellen Brown Engaged
to Alan 11. Alalisow
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
People Make News
Friday, August 19, 1966-27
Richard Bladen to Wed Volume on Sefer Hasidim
Gail Himelstein Dec.24 Is A Published
285-page, hard-bound tome
IRV OLIN, athletic director of HARRIET BERG, instructor in
Brandeis University, has been dance at Wayne State University,
about Jewish ethics and morals in
named manager of the 40-mem ber is attending the 19th annual Con-
relation to modern times titled,
United States team that will par- necticut College School of Dance
"God and Man in the Sefer Hasid-
ticipate in the Pan-American 11 lac- serving as an instructor and di-
im," has been written by Dr. Simon
cabiah Games in San Paolo, B ra- rector of the Dance Educators'
G. Kramer, president of the He-
zil, Aug. 23-28. Olin, a gradu ate Workshop. Mrs. Berg, 19977 Snow-
brew Theological College, Skokie,
of Trenton State Teachers Coll ege, den, is director of the WSU Dance
served two years as basket ball Workshop and holds dance classes
Published by Bloch Publishing
coach at Brandeis. He was as- at the Jewish Center. Her hus-
sistant coach of the 1961 g old 'band, Irving Berg, is head of the
Co. for the Hebrew Theological
medal United States basket ball fine arts department at Cass Tech
College Press, this is the first
team in the Sixth World Mac ea- High School. Mrs. Berg's students
extensive English work about the
biah Games in Israel.
Sefer Hasidim (Book of the Pi-
also attending the workshop are
ous), a 13th Century volume by
Anita Schnee, Michelle Levine,
Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel of Rat-
..Appointthent of BOYCE TOPE, Pauline Lee, David G. Thorman
executive vice president of the De- and Nancy C. Ztikin.
troit Auto Dealers AssOciation as
The new book is in English,
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regional chairman of the 14th
says Dr. Kramer, in the hope that
The executive officers council
it will stimulate concern and dis-
annual Michigan Week, was an- of the National Association of
• MISS ELLEN BROWN
cussion in the entire field of Jew-
nounced by Postmaster Edward Home Builders this week named
Mr. and Airs. Arthur D. Brown, Baker of Detroit, deputy general
MISS GAIL HIMELSTEIN
24828 Maryland, Southfield, chairman for southeastern Mich- IRVIN H. YACKNESS president
His book discusses the conduct
for 1967. Yackness is executive
announce the - engagement of their igan.
of man in relation to God, to one
daughter Ellen Susan, to Alan M.
for the 800-member Builders As- stein, 20441 Oxley Ave., announce another, to governmental authority
Malisow, 25624 Lincoln Terrace,
Rabbi LEON FRAM will deliver sociation of Metropolitan Detroit. the engagement of their daughter and to one's non-Jewish neighbors,
Oak Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. the commencement address at
It deals with worship and prayer,
Yackness will be installed as coun- Gail to Richard Bladen, son of with sin and repentance, with
Saul Malisow of Minneapolis.
summer graduation services of cil
president in Chicago next De- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bladen, Sabbath observance and the study
Miss Brown is a graduate of the Cooley High School, at 9:30 a.m.
cember when the group meets in 4150 W. Outer Dr.
University of Michigan. Her fi- today in the school's auditoriu
of the Torah.
The wedding date has been set
ance attended the University of Participating in the exercises a re connection with the annual con-
Fred Mitchell, class president; vention of NAHB. More than 75
A Dec. 17 wedding is planned. Kren Serajian, who will give the Detroit-area builders, headed by
invocation; and Susan Lynn Foster, Louis Hechtman, BAMD president, Classified Ads Get Quick Results
who will sing "The Lord's Prayer." are attending the meeting of the
directors in Las Vegas this week.
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RECHA FREIER, who con-
Planned forDecember ceived
Dr. Mordechai Levy, assistant
and initiated the Youth
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Aliyah 'movement which has res- to the president for academic liai-
cued and trained more than 130,-
000 Jewish children since its in- tute of Technology in Haifa, is to
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
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Open to 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
ver Medallion Award of the Miz- on manpower development and
rachi Women's Organization of utilization to the United Nations
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America. Mrs. Freier, now in her Economic Commission for Africa,
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74th year, will fly from Israel to
accept the award at the 41st an- Dr. Levy did similar work in Ni-
nual national convention of Mizra- geria as UNESCO consultant in
chi Women, Oct. 30 through Nov. 1962-63.
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2, in Washington, D.C.
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ALVIN B. RUBIN, noted Jewish
Six swimmers who won gold attorney of Baton Rouge, La.. was
medals at the seventh world Mac- nominated by President Johnson
cabiah games in Tel Aviv, Israel, to be United States District Judge
last summer, including 16 year old in the Eastern District of Louisi-
high school sensation MARK ana.
Born in Alexandria, La., in 1920,
SPITZ of Santa Clara, Calif., and
former world record holder in he received his law degree from
the 400 meter freestyle, MARILYN Louisiana State University where
OF THE SHAAREY SHOMAYIM SYNAGOGUE
RAMENOFSKY of Phoenix, Ariz., he later lectured on law as a vis-
74200 W. 10 Mile Rood, Oak Park
MISS ANITA KATZ
were among eight athletes named iting- professor. He is a member
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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Katz of to represent the United States in of the national council of the Joint
Never-A-Rental ar Synagogue Charge
Westhampton Ave., Oak Park, an- swimming and diving competition Distribution C o m m i t t e e. B'nai
ipunce the engagement of their at the Pan American Games in B'rith and other Jewish and non -1
daughter Anita Lee to Dr. Neil Sao Paulo, Brazil, Aug. 23-28.
Jewish philanthropic and civic 1
;heldon Millman, son of Mr. Abra-
:lam Millman of Griggs Ave., and
LAWRENCE WAYNE was re-
_he late Mrs. Anna Millman.
cently awarded the National Sales Parents Oppose Using
Miss Katz is a graduate of Achievement Award, in recognition
Wayne State University College of of successful sales and service Religious Buildings for
Education where she was affili- achievements by the National As- Public School Classes
ated with Phi Sigma Sigma So- sociation of Life Underwriters.
SPRING VALLEY, N. Y. (JTA)
ority. Her fiance attended Wayne
—Twenty-five Jewish, Protestant
State University and is a graduate
RABBI IRWIN GRONER was and Catholic parents served a
of the Kirksville College of Osteo- appointed
chaplain of the Civil De-
athy and Surgery, where he was fense Unit, by Arthur C. Becker, complaint here Monday night
against a local school board which
affiliated with Alpha Tau Sigma.
defense director of the city has assigned pupils to attend pub-
A December wedding is planned. civil
lic school classes, beginning in
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September, to be held in a Catho-
Prof. STEPHEN A. FREEMAN, lic church and a Reform temple.
director of the Language Schools
The complaint by the parents
of Middlebury College, Middlebury, was backed by affidavits by two
Vt., received an honorary degree parents — one an Orthodox rabbi,
from McGill University, Montreal, the other a Catholic housewife —
at a convocation conducted entire-
LIVONIA LODGE will open its ly in the French language, marking who protested against assigning
their children to schools conducted
1966-67 bowling season Sept. 12 at
French summer school's half in the house of worship of a faith
the new Plum Hollow Lanes, the
Vice president and pro- other than their own. The two are
Southfield. All interested bowl- century.
emeritus at Middlebury, Rabbi Solomon Zeides, who lives
ers are requested to attend an p fessor
r of. Freeman was cited for out- here and is a librarian at Yeshiva
Of all gifts you can give your child early in life . . . None
organizational meeting at the bowl- standing
efforts in promoting bet- University in New York; and Mrs.
ing lanes 8 p.m. Aug. 29. For in- ter understanding
is more important than - social confidence . . . Mature,
between English- Madeline Ret, a member of St.
formation and reservations, con- and French-speaking
attractive courtesy . . And the ability to adjust well to
tact league secretary,, Leo Bes-
serman, GA 2-5694 or league treas- director of the school, Prof. MAU- Church in nearby Pearl River.
others . . This invaluable social education can be theirs
The school board served with
urer, Mark Klinger, 476-4580.
through the right kind of Ballroom Dance Instruction . .
to the graduates.
the petition had decided two
Torah Leadership Seminar
Stellenbosch University, South classes next September at St. Jo-
ENROLLMENTS FOR FALL CLASSES
More than 75 teenagers from
Quebec, Ontario and New Bruns- Africa's oldest seat of learning, seph's Roman Catholic Church and
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 9
wick Provinces, upper New York
ABRAHAM MALAMAT, by house of worship. The American
NOW BEING ACCEPTED
State and Michigan will attend the DR.
conferring upon him membership Jewish Congress is aiding the com-
Canadian Torah Leadership Semi- in
the Old Testament Working
parents with counsel.
nar sponsored by the Youth Bu- Gro up, the highest body of this plaining
The dissenting parents said
reau of Yeshiva University's Cora- cou ntry's biblical scholars in the they would file a petition in the
rnunity Service Division at Camp Mr ikaans tongue. Dr. Malamat is
Supreme Court, at White
Moshava, Peterborough, Ontario, asso date professor of ancient Jew- State
Plains, N. Y., seeking an order
Aug. 25-31, Rabbi Meyer Berglas, ish history and Bible at the He- to restrain the school board from
seminar co-ordinator announced. bre w University in Jerusalem. He proceeding with its plans to use
had been invited by Stellenbosch religious edifices for school pur-
A man has three friends: his Uni versity to lecture during the poses. It's expected that the
sons, his wealth and his good deeds. inst itution's celebration of its 100th Supreme Court case will be
COOLIDGE-9 MILE, OAK PARK
—Pirke Eliezer, 34.' ann iv ers ary.
heard Sept. 7.
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NO GREATER GIFT
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