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September 08, 1967 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-08

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Schwartz-BaleNuptials St. John to Review Melber-Desow Wedding
at Sheraton-Cadillac
Planned for Dec. 21
Israel-Arab War

at Mercy College

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MISS NIKKI SCHWARTZ

Dr. Ben Schwartz of Greenlawn
Ave., announces the engagement
of his daughter Nikki Ava to Ron-
ald Mark Bale, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bale of Woodingham
Dr. The bride is the daughter
of the late Mrs. Jeanne Schwartz.
Miss Schwartz is a graduate of
the University of Michigan. Her
fiance is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, where he was
affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity and is currently attend-
ing the University of Detroit grad-
uate school.
A Dec. 21 wedding is planned.

Sharon Stone Betrothed
to Sheldon Dworkin

MISS SHARON STONE

At an engagement party in their
home, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stone of
Fairfax Ave., Livonia, announced
the engagement of their daughter
Sharon Joyce to Sheldon Dworkin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dwor-
kin of Gardner Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Wayne State University, and her
fiance plan to marry July 3.

Nelson-L avineNup ti al is
to Be Celebrated Dec.17

MISS BYLAINA NELSON

Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Nelson of
Olde Franklin Dr., Farmington,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Bylaina Terry to Robert
Elden Lavine, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis F. Lavine of Charlton Sq.,
Southfield.
Mr. Lavine is a graduate of the
University of Michigan school of
dentistry and is a member of
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity.
A Dec. 17 wedding is planned.

An expert's view on what lies
ahead in the Middle East, after the
Six-Day Arab-Israeli War which he
covered for NBC, will be presented
by Robert St. John speaking at the
mid-day luncheon-lecture series of
Mercy College of Detroit, Wednes-
day.
St. John, who has written biog-
raphies of both Israel's Ben-Gurion
and Egypt's Nasser, has covered
Europe and the Middle East from
the days of World War II to the
present crisis. In addition he has
written some 13 other books, most
of them reflecting the point of
view of the plain people in various
areas of the world he has visited.
Luncheon service (optional) be-
gins at noon with the speaker tak-
ing over at 12:30 p.m. in the Stu-
dent-Conference Center of Mercy
College. For ticket information
call Mercy, 531-7820, Ext. 363.

Dr. Ezra Spicehandler
to Speak at Closing of
Labor Zionist Fund

The Labor Zionist Council of
Detroit will present Dr. Ezra
Spicehandler at the official clos-
ing of the Labor Zionist Fund
8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
Morris Lifshay,
chairman of
the council, an-
nounced that Dr.
Spicehandler, di-
rector of Jewish
studies at the
Jerusalem School
of t he Hebrew
Union College —Dr. Spicehandler
Jewish Institute of Religion, will
bring a message from Israel, where
he was during the Six-Day War.
He is on a three-week tour of the
United States to discuss the new
political, social and economic con-
ditions in Israel, as well as the
Arab refugee problem. The public
is invited at no charge.
Bernard Schiff, chairman of
the Labor Zionist Fund, announced
that 40 per cent of the campaign
goal was produced by the advance
gifts meeting. The fund provides
the organization with the means
to support its educational-cultural
program, as well as the Habonim
Youth Organization and the Jew-
ish Teachers Seminary in New
York.

Delicatessen Owner
Helps Nat'l. Guard;
Arsonists Get Even

Max Krugel, whose Modern De-
licatessen at 3900 Fenkell was a
landmark for many years, is "pay-
ing" for the free meals he gave
to policemen and National Guard-
men during the week of the De-
troit riots.
Looters cleaned out his delicates-
sen July 23, the first day of the
riots, but he immediately restock-
ed and began feeding troops at no
charge. He continued to supply
the police and guardmen even
after the riots were over.
In August, Krugel recalls, he re-
ceived an anonymous phone call
saying "We didn't finish our job
with you. You've been taking care
of the police nd National Guard.
You had no right to take cal e of
them. We're going to burn you
out."
On Friday, arsonists firebombed
Krugel's delicatessen in apparent
retaliation.

Reform Union to Hold
World Parley in Israel

LONDON (JTA) — The World
Union of Progressive Judaism —
the organization of the Reform
movement—announced here that it
wit hold its 15th biennial, interna-
tional conference in Jerusalem in
1968. The organization had pre-
viously scheduled to meet next
year in Amsterdam.

Friday, September 8, 1967 77

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israel Army to Employ Captured Arab Bases

nation forces for shelter against
a possible early winter in that
region. Winter clothing is also
being issued now to the Israeli
army in occupied Syria.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Former Egyp-
tian army bases captured during
the Six-Day War will be recon-
structed and renovated for the use
of the Israeli Army, it was report-
ed this week. On the west bank of
the Jordan River, installations used
by King Hussein's Arab Legion,
the crack Jordanian military force
smashed during the war, are al-
ready in use by the Israeli army.
In the Golan Heights, the occu-
pied Syrian territory taken by
Israel, prefabricated houses are
now being built for Israel's occu-

Owing to sulphur particles in the
upper atmosphere from an 80,000-
square-mile forest fire in British
Columbia, Canada, the moon took
on a bluish color, as seen from
Great Britain, on the night of Sept.
26, 1950.

Now . . .
There Are
Two
Corners
On
Livernois
With
Internationale
Fashions !

MRS. DANIEL MELBER

Barbara Desow, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Desow of Cherry-
lawn Ave., became the bride of
Daniel Melber in an afternoon cer-
emony Sunday at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi Jacob Segal
officiated.
Mr. Melber, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norbert Melber of Evanston, Ill.,
will live in Chicago with his bride.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Jacob Lorber. Another
sister, Elaine Desow, was maid of
honor. Trudy Svala, Joanne Mur-
phy and Judy Millman were brides-
maids.
The bridegroom's brother, Mi-
chael Melber, was best man, and
ushers were Mitchell Greenwald,
Larry Kallen and Jerry Aronowitz.

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Beth Shalom Men's Club will be
joined by the sis-
terhood at a joint
meeting 8:30
p.m. Wednesday
at the synagogue
social h all. Hu-
bert G. Locke, ad-
ministrative aide
to Police Com-
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Girardin, will Locke
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period. The public is invited.
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will honor Robert Sexton, and Ron-
ald Schwartz, past masters, and
Charlie Friedenberg, ticket and
reservation chairman, at a Cabaret
Night 6:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Capi-
strano Restaurant. Dancing will
follow, with music provided by
Zan Gilbert's orchestra. The public
is invited. Sexton, of the Detroit
Police Department, has been ac-
tive in Masonry since his initiation.
He is currently the lodge's tiler
`and also chairman of the blood
bank committee. He has donated
over 70 pints of blood himself.
Schwartz was steward for many
years, rising to worshipful master
in 1965. He has held numerous po-
sitions in the lodge and is present-
ly its representative to the Mason-
ic Temple Association, president
of the Low-12 Club and director of
the lodge's degree team. Charlie
Friedenberg, a fairly new member
of the lodge, has been active on all
committees. For tickets and res-
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The 1967
academic year opened in Israel's
schools Sunday. About 750,000
children entered the schools, in-
cluding almost 50,000 first-graders
and an equal number of children
enrolled in kindergartens.
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