THE DETROIT 'JEWISH NEWS
'28=Friday, January 19,1968
150 Women Give $500,000 to AJC
Wainstock-Chase Rites' Hetty Walker to Headline
Planned for April 28 Bnai Brith All-Star Revue
The 1968 revue, under the direc-
Comedienne Betty Walker, main-
stay of the Mike Douglas and tion of Lenn Borovoy, is a culmi-
nation of the
Mery Griffin television shows, will
IBnai Brith fund-
lead an array of entertainers at
;:raising drive end-
the Bnai Brith All-Star Revue at
ing Feb. 15. All
the Masonic Temple 8:15 p.m.
members w h o
buy or sell one
Program chairmen are Sol Moss
or more fund-
and Mrs. Allen Weitzman.
raising books re-
ceive two re-
served seats tot
Miss Walker Betty Walker are
vocalist Johnny June, comedian
Bernie Berns, Alfred and Lenore
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP- of the Ed Sullivan show and Jo-
TER invites the public to see Ann Florio. singing star of the
hypnotist Ralph Sandler 8:30 p.m. 1963 Bnai Brith show. Music will
Tuesday at the Oak Park Com- be provided by Hal Gordon and
MISS SUSAN WAINSTOCH
his 16-piece orchestra.
For information, call the Bnai
• ;4 .
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Alan Wain-
Brith office, 341-0863.
stock of Wildemere Dr. announce
the engagement of their daughter
Activities of the pre-campaign section of the 1968 Allied Jewish
Israeli Meat Purchases
Susan Linda to Jeffrey Keith Chase, New Bnai Brith Group
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund reached a climax at a meeting at
Israel bought Argentine meat
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol K. Chase
the Great Lakes Club. The 150 women attending raised nearly $500,-
The formation of a new chapter for some $16,000,000 during 1967,
of Lauder Ave.
000. Speaking at the meeting were (from left): Mrs. Benjamin Jones,
of Bnai Brith Young Men, the while Argentina imported Israeli
Miss Wainstock was graduated
chairman of women's pre-campaign; Mrs. Harry L. Jones, national
Eddie Cantor Chapter, has been products for a mere $300,000. Dur-
from Eastern Michigan and re-
_chairman of the women's division of United Jewish Appeal; Maxwell
announced by S. G, Freilich, pres- ing his last visit in Argentina Fi-
ceived her masters degree from
Jospey, co-chairman of the 1968 Detroit drive; standing, Mrs, Goldie
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir dis-
Ohio State University. She attends ident pro-tem.
Adler, who spoke on her experience in Israel, and Mrs. Arthur H.
The chapter, for young men age cussed the possibility of widening
the University of Detroit. Mr.
Rice, chairman of the women's division for the campagin.
the trade exchange.
Chase received his bachelors and 18-26, joins five existing young
masters degree at the University men's groups and three girl's
of Michigan. He attends the Wayne
Those who are interested in
State University college of law.
membership may contact the Bnai
An April 28 wedding is planned.
Brith Youth Organization regional
Milton Himmelfarb, director of —or rather the middle-aged who Einstein Lodge Israel
the Jewish Information Service of have made the synagogue — has
New groups being formed now
the American Jewish Committee failed them."
The Albert Einstein Lodge and
Modern Judaism, he says, "is
and co-author of
Call For Information:
too unphysical, too unemotional, Chapter Bnai Brith Israel 20th an-
t h e American
niversary dinner-dance will be held
should be as big as many are."
Book, will speak
in the Bnai David
The public is invited to the lec-
on "Jewish Youth
social hall. Chair-
ture at no charge.
and Jewish Com-
For Unique Tasteful
man of the affair
is Max Fridman,
p.m. Tuesday at
Congressman to Air
with Mrs. Mania
C o n g. Shaarey
Opinions on Middle East
The lecture is
Chaim Weizmann C h a p t e r,
berg and Sig-
1 American Jewish Congress, will
Ender the auspices Himmelfarb
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
munt Rubin as
of the synagogue's adult studies meet 8:45 p.m. Wednesday at the
• Banquets • Parties
home of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss,
New Phone 851-1594
car Bakalar is
Currenhreyn gprarsitne at
Himmelfarh, who has spoken out 12820 Burton, Oak Park. Rep. Wil-
president of the
a number of times on Jewish hip- liam S. Eroomfield of the 18th
lodge and Mrs.
pies, said such youth were showing :Michigan Congressional District!
"an unfamiliar thirst" for spiritu- wilt discuss the Arab-Israeli con- ,
is president of
ality and religion. It has been esti-
Broomfield. member of the House
mated that 20 to 25 per cent of the
hippies in the Ilaight-Ashbury sec- Foreign Affairs Committee and re-
tion of San Francisco are Jewish. cently appointed to the U.S. dole-' the guest star.
The other major concentration of gation to the UN, has just re- . For reservations to the affair, on
hippies is in the East Village sec- turned from a visit to Israel as a behalf of Israel Bonds, call DI.
MISS DIANE BORTMAN
member of a fact-finding commis- 1-5707.
tion of Manhattan.
Einstein has consistently been in
"Since many hippies are Jew- sion.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Bort-
Friends are invited. Refresh- the forefront in efforts on behalf of man of Vernon Rd., Huntington
ish," Himmelfarb maintains. "we
must conclude that the synagogue merit , will be served. Israel and the Israel Bond cause. Woods, announce the engagement
For the Ultimate in
Composed largely of survivors of of their daughter Diane Barbara
the Nazi Holocaust, the lodge re- to Gary F. Wyner, son of Mrs. Ger-
ceived many awards for its trude Wyner of Beachwood. 0,
There Can Be No
achievements in Bnai Brith proj-
Miss Bortman received her de-
Compromise With Detail
ects and other worthwhile causes. gree in elementary education from
Members of the dinner-dance the University of Michigan. Her
By BENNETT CERF
It is the extra "Little
committee include Oscar Bakalar, fiance received his bachelors de-
Mrs. Joseph Berman, Walter Cy- gree in political science from the
THE LATE EDDIE CANTOR loved to tell stories about
Things" we give which
his very good friend Jack Benny. One of his claims
University of Michigan and is a
are so much appreciated.
Freedman. Mrs. Irving Isaacs, senior in the U of M law school.
was that during the last ten-minute total eclipse of the sun,
Louis Kay, Marcus Last, Al Mon-
A June wedding is planned.
Jack rushed down to the
droe, Mrs. Henry Morgan, Mrs.
Western Union office so
Nathan Nothman, Mrs. Max Pines,
he could send night tele-
Leo Rosenfeld, Eric Rosenow, Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Rosenzweig, Irving
Ross, Mark Webber and Leon
The outdoor feature edi-
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
tor of a metropolitan news-
studio of photography
paper received this letter
Himmelfarb Views on Jewish Hippies
to Be Included in SZ Lecture Tuesday
LEE and JEN
SCHOOL OF MAH-JONG
to Gary JiTyner of Ohio
Try and Stop Me
ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE
Probus Club Awards
from a youthful reader:
"Can you tell me a good
place to fish within about
six miles of the address be-
14 years old and
have saved up enough
money to buy a rod, reel,
and line, but don't know
where to go fishing. My
dad goes almost every
2 - 3
weekend, but he and his friends don't want to be bothered with
a kid along, so I have to find a place I can get to alone by bus
or on my bike."
The editor sent this letter straight to the boy's father, and this
is the reply he got:
"You handed me quite a wallop with your letter, and did I
ever deserve it! When I think of the opportunity I might have
lost, I shudder. Allow me to tell you that I now have a new and'
wonderful fishing companion, and we've got some great plans for
the season ahead. I wonder how many other fathers are passing
up similar opportunities?"
Leo Rosten, Look editor and author of "The Education of
Hyman Kaplan," was confronted by a very angry son one
evening, who accused him, "Do you know what you've become,
Pop? REQUIRED READING!"
o 1968. by Bennett Cert. Distrubided by King Features Sysdleat•
Three civic leaders have been
appointed as judges for the Sixth
annual Probus Club Awards for
Academic Achievement at Wayne
State University, it was announced
for the club by Martin K. Stein.
They are: Frank Angelo, editor of
the Detroit Free Press; Dr. Paul-
' ine Knapp, president emeritus,
Merrill-Palmer Institute; William
' B. Hall, executive vice president
of Detroit Bank.
Club members serving on the
committee include Harvey Grace,
Paul Jacobs, Herbert Kaufman,
Harold Morrison, Charles Perl-
man, Edmund Saperston and Sey-
. Two Probus Club Awards will be
given, each consisting of a $500
grant without restrictions, to mem-
bers of the WSU faculty.
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