26—Friday, January 20, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Detroit Jaycees Pick Paul Borman
as Outstanding Young Man of Year
Paul Borman was named winner
of the Detroit Junior Board of
Commerce Distinguished Service
Award as outstanding young man
of the year at the Detroit Jaycees'
DSA dinner Tuesday at the Shera-
The 34-year-old president of
Borman Food Stores, Inc., was
cited for his "contribution to the
standing success this year as well
as for "unusual leadership in the
affairs of his industry and of his
Borman is a director and mem-
ber of the executive committee of
the National Association of Food
Chains and was chairman of that
organization's 1966 annual meeting
in October. He is also a director
of the Michigan Chain Stores Coun-
cil and the Detroit Retail Mer-
A Birmingham resident, Borman
is married and the father of three
The Distinguished Service Award
dinner was the highlight of Jay-
cee Week, honoring the Jaycee
"young men of action" across the
Ezra Cutler Engaged
to Amy Rose Fleischer
general community welfare" as
demonstrated through his active
participation in a number of civic
and community organizations.
C. Boyd Stockmeyer, president
of Detroit Bank and Trust, pre-
sented Borman with the award.
Stockmeyer had served as chair-
man of the senior selection com-
mittee which chose Borman - from
among 15 nominations.
Borman served as • a group
chairman of the 1966 United -
Foundation , Torch Drive, as
chairman of the food committee
of the Allied Jewish Campaign,
as a member of the Citizens
Committee for Equal Opportim-
ity and as a director of United
Community Services. He is also
a Detroit Jaycee.
Borman was cited in his nomina-
tion for "distinguished contribu-
tion" to the Torch Drive's out-
Stephen Sweet to Wed
Linda Weiner of Chicago
Registration Begins Barbara Perch Engaged
for Center Classes to Marry Philadelphian
The Jewish Center will begin
registration for its spring semester
classes 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Sunday
and 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday, for
members only. Non-members and
members may register 9:30 a.m.-9
p.m. Tuesday and 9:30 a.m.-5:30
p.m. Wednesday. All activities and
classes will begin the week of
A variety of classes for children,
teens and adults is being offered
in art, guitar and dance. For chil-
dren and teens there are act-
ing and drama class and woodshop.
For adults there is bridge class.
Cooking, ceramics, sculpturing
and frame-making are also offered.
The center has an extensive He-
brew language program and
courses in Judaism.
The physical education depart-
ment has a variety of classes for
pre-school child through the adult
age group. Besides leagues and
tournaments there are swimming
classes, courses in judo, yoga,
riflery, fencing, slimnastics and
golf (for beginners).
For information or brochure of
class offerings, call the - educa-
tional services department, DI
1-4200, Ext. 73, or physical educa-
tion department, Ext. 75.
to Attend Yarzeit Event
MISS AMY FLEISCHER
Mrs. David Fleischer of Little-
field Ave. announces the - engage-
ment of her daughter . Amy Rose
to Ezra Cutler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Cutler of Praire Ave.
Miss .Fleischer is the daughter of
the late Mr. Fleischer.
The bride-to-be was graduated
from Wayne State University's col-
lege of education. Her fiance is
a graduate of the Walsh Institute
A June wedding is planned.
Akiva Day School
Ten delegates of the Chabad-
Lubavitch movement in Detroit,
headed. by Rabbi Berel Shemtov,
Mid-west Chabad director, and
Rabbi Jacob N. Kranz of Cong.
Mishkan Israel, will fly to New
York this week to attend the
"Yud-Shvat" Yarzeit celebrations.
The festivities mark the 17th
anniversary of the passing of Rabbi
Joseph Isaac Schneerson, head of
the Lubavitch movement and fighter
against Communist persecution of
the Jews behind the Iron Curtain
for the first decade after the
Bolshevik Revolution (1917-1927).
For his efforts on behalf of
Soviet Jewry he suffered arrests,
death sentences—which miracul-
ously never were executed—pur-
suit and physical torture, which
left its mark on his body until
the very end.
In the United States, where he
arrived in 1940, Rabbi Schneer-
son organized a network of Jew-
ish day schools.
On the 10th day of Shevat, Sat-
urday, thousands will visit the
resting place of Rabbi Schneer-
son, in Springfield Gardens, IAmg
Island, and will attend memorial
prayers at the Lubavitcher Center
The present Lubavitcher Rebbe
is Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
son, his ,son-in-law.
The annual banquet of Akiva
Hebrew Day School will be held
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Cong. Bnai
The school's first student coun-
cil president, Steven Tannenbaum,
will extend greetings. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Pesach Z.
Levovitz, of Lakewood, N. J., na- Lieberman Re-Elected
tional president of the Rabbinical
to Chairmanship by
Council of America.
Cantor Hyman J. Adler will Local Zionist Council
present a musical program. Morris
The Zionist Council of Detroit,
Karbal is general chairman of the
MISS LINDA 'WEINER _
event, and Irving Hershman is at its- recent meeting, elected
chairman. For reservations, Morris -Lieberman chairman for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiner of dinner
another term, along with Carmi
Chicago announce the engagement
Slomovitz, Jerome Kelman and
of their daughter Linda Joy to
Mrs. David J. Schachter, vice-
Stephen Jeffrey Sweet, son of Mr. Nederlanders See Opening chairmen; Mrs. Sam Fishman and
and Mrs. Hy Sweet of W. Outer Dr. of Baltimore Theater
Mrs. I. Walter Silver, secretaries,
Miss Weiner is a senior in the
and Zvi Tomkiewicz, treasurer.
school of education at the Uni-
The council has
versity of Michigan. Her fiance whose husband heads the Neder-
set May 14 as the
attends the school of medicine at lander Theatrical Corp., was joined
19th Israel Inde-
by their five sons for the opening
U. of M.
pendence • D a y
in Baltimore—another in the rapid-
ly growing chain of Nederlander
the council co-
hosted a special
Ralph Conselyea, realtor, 4727
The theater now Is sister to two
meeting with Lt.
N. Woodward, Royal Oak, has in New York, two in Chicago and
Col. Izhar Hara-
been selected as an affiliate- of one—the Fisher—in Detroit.
ri, Liberal Party
The 1,800-seat Mechanic, named
AIMS, - the American Institute of
deputy in Israel's
Marketing Systems, it was an- for the late Morris Abel Mechanic,
parliament, at a
nounced in St. Louis by AIMS a Baltimore financier and theater
President Newton D. Baker. AIMS operator, suggests a new concept special briefing of Detroit Zionist
is a nationwide association of real in theater construction. Of unfin- leadership. A committee to re-
estate brokers offering marketing, ished concrete, it is a massive, un- examine the membership status of
merchandising and referral serv- adorned building valued at $4,200,- constituent organizations was ap-
pointed by Lieberman. The com-
ices. As a nationwide member of 000.
mittee will be headed by Zvi
AIMS, Ralph Conselyea can now
The oils and drawings of HOW- Tomkiewicz.
offer additional services and many
modern real estate concepts, plus ARD WELNGARDEN will be on
Purity is the feminine, truth the
national exposure for their local display 5-9 p.m. Wednesday until
masculine, of honor.—Hare.
Feb. 11 at the Renee Galleries.
real estate listings.
Ettinger's Freezing Theory
Gets Tryout in LA
Oak Park physics instructor
Robert Ettinger has made national
headlines with the report that his
theory of freezing bodies at death
for future revival has now been
put into practice.
Ettinger, whose book "Prospect
of Immortality" put forth the life-
after-death theory, was present for
the world's first controlled freez-
ing of a human body. The experi-
ment was performed on an elderly
cancer victim in Los Angeles. A
team of California medical experi-
Ettinger, a physics teacher at
Highland Park Junior College,
lives on Stratford Ave., Oak Park.
The 1967 MOSLEM SHRINE
CIRCUS opens Jan. 27 and con-
tinues through Feb. 12 with a
MISS BARBARA BERCH
total of 37 complete performances
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Berch of at State Fair Coliseum.
Parklawn Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara to Sidney Ru-
dolph, son of Mrs. Millye Rudolph
AND HER GYPSIES
of Philadelphia and the late Mr.
Authentic Gypsy Orchestra
Strolling Violins or- Concert Group
Floor Show and Dance
Miss Berch, attends the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where her fiance
is in graduate school.
A July 30 wedding is planned.
Now . . .
Air Force Optometrist,
Dr. Sidran, Snaps Top Photo
Dr. Philip R. Sidran, son of Mrs.
Sally Sidran of Sylvan Ct., Oak
Park, and the late Bernard Sidran,
is a first-place winner in the Air
Force Photography Contest with
his picture of a young child he
photographed while on vacation in
Dr. Sidran, an optometrist, is a
first lieutenant with the 6034th
USAF Dispensary stationed in Yo-
kota, Japan. He is an amateur
cameraman of only a year.
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