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September 22, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-22

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Friday, September 22, 1967-31

Mr. and Mrs. Kellman THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
to Live in San Francisco Perfection Lodge to Celebrate

Bar-Ilan Annual Dinner Nov. 29;
Samuel Frankel Again Chairman

Phillip Stollman, national chair-
man of American Friends of Bar-
Ilan University, announces that the
annual dinner of Detroit Friends
of Bar-Ilan will be held Nov. 29
at Cobo Hall.
"This year we will celebrate the
Bar Mitzva Year of the great uni-
versity located in Ramat Gan, Is-
rael, and we look forward to a

50th Year; Edward P. Morgan
to Address Dinner Wednesday

project is being supplied by a
special fund from abroad.
25 different countries are rep-
resented among the volunteers
already accepted, including three
from Russia and one non-Jewish
student.
Stollman also reports that a spe-
cial Ulpan six-week Hebrew course
has been instituted at Bar-Ilan for
volunteer newcomers.

Next Wednesday will mark the ventions, election nights, Presiden-
50th anniversary of the granting of tial inaugurations and trips over-
a Masonic charter to Perfection seas, the tragic events of Nov. 22-
Lodge. To mark the occasion Wor- 25, 1963, an innumerable news
shipful Master Robert M. Leach events, including the Six-Day War.
will preside at a Master Mason
banquet to be held in the Crystal Gold Reserves Increased
Ballroom of the Masonic Temple.
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Israel's
Members of the lodge, their ' reserves, in gold and foreign cur-
wives and friends will gather to
rency have risen in the past three
celebrate this occasion.
All masons and their ladies from months by $350,000,000, according
the metropolitan Detroit area are to reports from well-informed
invited to attend. Reservations may sources. This increase is a result
be made by calling Al Weiss, LI
fthe large contributions by world
8-7754.
Jewry during the days of crisis in
Edward P. 'Morgan, ABC news Israel. According to unofficial re-
analyst and author, will be the ports, the reserves of Israel, in
_guest speaker. gold and in foreign currency, now
His subject will have reached a total of
flaki-,•, be "The Middle $900,000,000.
East Situation."

A veteran news
We Are Pleased
specialist of more
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than a quarter of
to Announce
a century, Mor-
That We Will Soon
gan has been
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heard on ABC
Radio's "Edward
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ABC-TV newscasts, special reports
and on "Issues and Answers". His
commentary on these programs has
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Since coming to ABC in 1955,
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Morgan has covered political con-

Israeli to Teach
English at WSU

SAMUEL FRANKEL

continuing Detroit community in-
terest in the higher educational ef-
fort in which we are cooperating,"
Stollman said.
He announced that Samuel Fran-
kel, who was chairman of last
year's dinner, again has accepted
the chairmanship for this ' year's
event.
Stollman said further that the
Detroit Service Group Mission to
Israel will devote a day to the
Bar-Ilan campus the end of Oc-
tober.
Max M. Fisher will be awarded
an honorary doctorate at Bar-
Ilan Oct. 29, and the entire
Detroit delegation in both the
national and local UJA mis-
sions is expected to attend the
nation's tasks of building after
who wish to remain at Bar-Ilan,
ceremonies.
Calling attention to the interest
that has been aroused in the
efforts of volunteers who have
come to Israel, to assist in the
nation's taksks of building after
the war, Stollman reports that
Bar-Ilan has welcomed many of
the newcomers, some of whom
have indicated a desire to remain
in Israel. He stated that a year's
free tuition is offered volunteers
who wish to remain at Bar-Ilan.
receive living accommodation
in the dormitories almost free
and pocket money for those who
need it. The money for this

Nilli Diengott, a seventh genera-
tion sabra whose maternal ances-
tors came to Palestine 200 years
ago, has joined the English Depart-
ment at Wayne State University as
an instructor in English. She re-
ceived a fellowship at Wayne and
will be studying for her PhD in
English.
Miss Diengott received a bach-
elor's degree in English and
Romance Language and her mas-
ter's degree in English and com-
parative literature, from the He-
brew University in Jerusalem. She
has studied at the Sorbonne.
Her father, Dr. Daniel Diengott,
who headed the internal medicine
department at Rothschild Hospital
in Haifa, is now on a research
grant at Johns Hopkins University
in Baltimore. Her maternal grand-
father. Abraham El Malech, was a
member of the first Knesset after
the State of Israel was declared.
Her paternal grandfather, .Meier
Diengott, taught English at the
Reali High School in Haifa and is
author of an English grammar
which is still used in the Israeli
schools.
She was born in Addis Ababa,
Ethiopia. where her father was sta-
tioned with the British forces in
World War II.
The name Nillie stands for the
Hebrew initials of the age-old
promise: "The Eternal will not for-
sake Israel."

MRS. JOEL KELLMAN

In a recent ceremony at the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, Betsy Ann
Stromer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Max P. Stromer of Concourse Dr.,
Southfield, became the bride of
Joel David Kellman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Kellman of Oak
Dr.
After a motor tour of the Far
West, Mr. and Mrs. Kellman will
take up residence in San Fran-
cisco.
The bride wore an Empire-waist
gown of peau de soie with re-
embroidered Alencon lace. A short
veil of imported illusion was held
by a matching tiara of Alencon
and seed pearls, and_the bride's
consecration Bible was covered
with Phalaenopsis and Stephanotis.
She was attended by matron of
honor Mrs. Allen Pearlman and
bridesmaids Suellen Simon, Mrs.
Alan Berlin, Mrs. Michael Simon
and the bridegroom's sister, Bar-
bara Kellman.
Alan Kellman served as his
brother's best man, and ushers
were Robert Sloan. Robert Sorock,
Richard Barron, John Bensinger
and the bride's brother, Merrill
Stromer.

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S.L.A. Marshall Sees
Mid-East Standstill

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CHICAGO (JTA) — Brig. Gen.
S. L. A. Marshall, the noted mili-
tary commentator, told the open-
BLOCH-ROSE AUXILIARY will ing session of the 20th biennial
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak national convention of Pioneer
Park Community Center. Tickets! Women here that there would be
for the donor luncheon will be dis- a "modus vivendi" between Israel
tributed, the fashion show will be' and the Arab states within the
discussed. Refreshments and a so- next six months.
cial hour will follow. For ticket ' He said that the Arab states
information, call Miriam Lawrence. which bordered directly on ISrael
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tential was virtually non-existent.
He added that, short of some!
big power intervention. he felt
there would be no resumption of I
hostilities in the Middle East in
the foreseeable future.
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By BENNETT CERF
A "Declaration to the State of
Israel," read at the opening ses-'
PERT LITTLE OLD LADY was being examined for
sion, called for the United States ,
ink- jury duty in a small town courthouse. She was asked if
to exert its influence to secure a'
she knew the defense lawyer. "I do," she snapped. "He's a
Middle East settlement which in-
crook." "And the plain-
sures Israel's right as an indeH
tiff's lawyer?" "Yes, and
pendent nation and to aid in the
he's a crook, too."
resettlement of the refugees in
that area.
At this juncture, the
Almost 600 women are taking ;
judge beckoned both law-
part in the convention, which cele- '
yers and told them in no
brates the 48th year of the Pioneer)
uncertain terms, "Ii either
Women organization in this coun-
of you birds ask her if
try.
she knows me, too, I'll

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fine you for contempt of
court."



• •

The surest way to under-
stand the character and

motives of an adversary, in-

sists Mayor John Pusthy,
Assistant Dean of the USAF

Academy, is to read a book
he has written. Take the case of "Mein Kampf," written by Hit-
ler at a time when his political power index was close to zero—
and regarded for too long as the fantastic dream of a frenzied
visionary—so vast in scope and so incredibly ambitious as to be
totally ridiculous. Yet, for every word in 'Mein ICampf," 125
lives were destined to be lost, for every page, 4,700 lives, for every
chapter, more than 1,200,000 lives! The fantastic dream of a
frenzied visionary poisoned the world from 1933 to 1945!



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UATE CLUB and its women's auxi-
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informal dinner-dance 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Statler-Hilton Ho-
tel. There will be dancing to Dick
Stein's band. Cocktails will be
served at 7:30. For reservations,
call Dr. Harold Robinson, 353-7757.
• • •
TAU EPSILON RHO LAW
FRATERNITY, Detroit Graduate
Chapter, has scheduled a night at
Stanley Steamer, a health club in
Oak Park, 6 p.m. Monday. Steam
baths, massages and dinner are
planned. Undergraduates are
invited.

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