30—Friday, March 1, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Merle Benjamin to Wed Cantata 'Sorrows of David' Dedicated
Allan Gould in Toronto to Memory of Rabbi Adler by Friend
Marking the second anniversary "discovered" him was Sadie
of the death of Rabbi Morris Adler Braver.
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, the Oak
In New York, he studied compo-
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will Wednesday and heard Samuels
Park Symphony Society has com- sition, attended the Jewish Theo-
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak declare that Israel holds the line
missioned composer Louis Wein- logical Seminary and Columbia
Park Community Center. There for democracy in the Middle East,
garden to write an original cantata University and appeared as com-
will be election of officers, fol- just as the United States is holding
dedicated to his memory.
poser, conductor and violist on a
lowed by a social hour. Plans are the line in Southeast Asia. The
The first performance of Wein- New York program, "New Voices
being made to package parcels for meeting will be addressed by Pres-
garden's Cantata, "Sorrows of Da- in the Creative Arts." He has been
the boys in Vietnam. Those with ident Shazar and Prime Minister
vid," will be featured at the fourth commissioned to compose choral
names of servicemen are asked to Eshkol.
concert of the Oak Park Symphony compositions for several institu-
Samuels, who recently returned
submit their addresses to Gerry
Orchestra under the direction of tions in New York.
from a tour of the battle zone in
Dr. Robert Klotman, 8:15 p.m.
R e c i p i e n t of the Elizabeth
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Vietnam, said that the enemy there
March 12 at Ferndale High School. Sprague Coolidge Prize in chamber
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN and the enemy facing Israel, the
Weingarden, a native of Detroit, ber music and the Richard Rodg-
POST and AUXILIARY will hold hostile Arab states, are one and the
studied music here and was the ers Fellowship, he was recently
a joint meeting 9 p.m. Thursday, same. Both North Vietnam and the
recipient of a scholarship from the recommended for the famous Prix
at the Oak Park Community Cen- Arab states are supplied by Soviet
Music Study Club. The teacher who de Rome.
ter. Jack Baroff will speak on Russia with modern, sophisticated
Weingarden was the choice of the
"Youth Guidance." Friends are
Oak Park Symphony Society be-
invited. Refreshments will be that the democracies confronted
of his reputation and be-
cause of his closeners to Rabbi
the Arab states are in actuality
he knew intimately
SGT. MORTON A. SILVERMAN confronted by Soviet imperialism.
announces the engagement of her
Sam F. Test, social security dis- and for whom he had great love
POST presented an American flag 1 Samuels said he supported Is-
trict Manager in the Detroit-North- and admiration.
to Young Israel of Greenfield, with ' rael's determination to secure free
Gould, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl , west office, telling what the Social
The choral part will be per-
Commander Leonard Schreiber passage for its shipping through
Gould of Santa Rosa Dr. Miss Ben- !security amendments of 1967 formed by the Kenneth Jewell
making the presptation. It was- the Suez Canal and praised Israel
accepted in behalf of the syna.! for its willingness to permit the
1 "The amount of money a person
gogue by president Sanford Eisen-I freeing of 15 merchant ships, Mr. Harry Benjamin.
Miss Benjamin received her BA can earn in a year and still draw
I among them several American yes-
all his social security benefits has
1 sels, that have been stranded in
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BALE POST, which led in the the canal since the June war. He from the University of Toronto been raised. Beginning with 1968,
a person who makes as much as
purchase of Israel Bonds and con- said the ships remain trapped be-
tributions to the Israel Emergency cause of Egyptian sabotage.
AND THE TOWNSMEN
of Jerusalem. She is presently social security benefits. Even if
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Fund during the Six-Day War,
teaching Hebrew studies in the he earns considerably more than
Tuesday night voted unanimously
New York area. Mr. Gould re- that, he may still draw some bene-
to give $1,000 out of the post JWV Names Berman
ceived his bachelor of philosophy fits. The old law had set that limit
treasury to the Emergency Fund. Its 'Man of the Year'
degree from Wayne State Univer- 1 at $1,500, through 1967.
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MILES OF SOUND
"Here's hhow it now works. If
Jack Berman, chief of staff of sity's Monteith College and re-
Distinctive Styling for
his MA degree in modern you are working regularly and do
the Jewish War Veterans Depart- ceived
LBJ Takes Notice
Dining and Dancing
theater at New York University. I not earn more than $1,680 a year
ment of Mich
Featuring Hammond Organ
of JWV Israel Parley 1 gan, was honor ed
your social security benefits each
WASHINGTON—President Lyn- as "Man of the planned.
JEFF DEMBS 356 - 8547
don B .nson
to k personal
as a en
If you are working regularly
notice of the forthcoming convoca-lquet held by the
and make more than $1,680 a year,
tion in Israel of the national exe- JWV Bowling
Merger With PanOhio $1 will be withheld from your
cutive committee of the
benefits for each $2 you make over
War Veterans of the U.S.A. and
Citizens Mortgage Corp. of De- $1,680, and up to $2,880. If you
asked National Commander Sam- ment comman-
troit has entered into an agree- make more than $2,880, $1 will be
uel Samuels to convey greetings to der, Berman was
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
ment with PanOhio Mortgages, deducted from your benefits for
Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol cited for his "de-
Inc., of Columbus, 0., which pro- each $1 you make above that
votion loyalty and service to the vides for the purchase of all out-
and other Israeli leaders.
In a note to Commander Sam- JWV. In his 20th year with the standing stock of PanOhio by Citi-
uels from the White House, the JWV, Berman is a member of zens.
President indicated interest in the Bloch-Rose Post.
Announcement for the purchase
BETTER THAN EVER!
contact between the United States * * *
agreement was made in Detroit
veterans and Israeli authorities.
Ex-Detroiter Holds Post and Columbus by Alfred L.
rime Minister Eshkol was the
Deutsch and Harold N. Finney,
guest of President Johnson last in Tucson Veterans Group board chairmen and president re-
month at the LBJ ranch in Texas.
Joseph Simons, former Detroit- 1 spectively of Citizens, and Samuel
The JWV convocation in Israel, of Tucson, has been elected com- J. Caldwell and Thomas Klingner,
attracting more than 1,000 strong, mander of the Friedman-P a u 1 board chairman and president of
the organization's first such meet- Post, Jewish War Veterans, in PanOhio.
ing outside of the United States, Tucson.
Speaking for the senior officers
will discuss new steps for Israel- Simons, a member of the JWV of the two firms, Deutsch said the
American cooperation in preserv- since 1946, was an officer of the transaction meant that the Citizens
ing peace and meeting -threats to Department of Michigan when he servicing portfolio, with the ad-
free world security. lived in Detroit, and in Tucson he dition of PanOhio's $160,000,000
The Pr e s i d e n t asked that is a chairman at the Tucson Vet- servicing portfolio, would be in ex-
Sets the Pace
"warmest greetings" be conveyed erans Administration Hospital and cess of $720,000,000. For a number
not only to "mutual friends" in the a national deputy recruiting offi- of years, Citizens has been among
Israeli government but also to the cer, as well as chief of staff of the the top mortgages banking firms
JWV's national and state officers. Department of the Southwest, in the United States.
The JWV national executive which includes the states of Ari-
Besides its home office in Co-
committee opened its conference zona, Nevada and Texas.
lumbus, PanOhio has branch of-
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I Men's Clubs I
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S
CLUB will meet 9 a.m. Sunday.
Dr. Norman Drachler, superin-
tendent of the Detroit Public
School System, will speak on "The
Challenge of Education in Large
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BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
will hold its final breakfast forum
of the current series 10 a.m. Sun-
day in the social hall. Speaker will
be Dr. Robert L. Potts, member
of the New Detroit Committee and
executive director of the Citizens
Committee for Equal Opportunity,
who will discuss "Civil Disorder:
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