32—Friday, March 8, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
People Make News
Barbara Katz to Marry
Mr. Schacter of Toronto
N. Brewster Broder Succeeds
Cisler as President of USO
N. Brewster Broder of Pleasant
Ridge was elected president of the
USO (United Service Organization)
of Metropolitan Detroit to succeed
Walker L. Cisler, at the annual
meeting held last Wednesday.
Cisler, presenting the gavel to
Broder, mentioned that he follows
in the fine tradition of his late
uncle, Henry Meyers, who served
as World War II USO president.
Cisler remains with the organiza-
tion as Chairman of the USO Board.
Broder is active in Allied Jewish
Campaign and Jewish Welfare
Federation agencies; he is vice-
president of Jewish Community
Center and a member of Tama-
rack Authority; a USO board mem-
ber for 10 years, USO vice-presi-
MISS BARBARA KATZ
dent for five years; serves on the
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz of board of Travelers Aid and is
Parklawn Ave.. Oak Park, an- vice-president of National Jewish
nounce the engagement of their Welfare Board Midwest Region. I
daughter, Barbara, to Donald
Schacter son of Mr. and Mrs. Ir-
ving Schacter of Toronto.
A June wedding is planned.
JAMES J. EDWARDS, group di- cussed was the organization of the
rector for manufacturing engineer- Brazilian Jewish community and
ing at Fisher Body, was elected the nature of its tasks and prob-
president of the Detroit Hearing lems.
• • •
and Speech Center board of direc-
tors. Edwards, „ 644 Bennington,
GEN. ZVI TSUR, Israel's deputy
Bloomfield Hills, has served as minister of defense, arrived in
treasurer and first vice-president Paris Tuesday for a five - day visit
of this Torch Drive Agency. MRS. and reportedly will attempt to con-
SIDNEY BLUESTONE of 23270 vince President de Gaulle to re-
Laurel Valley, Southfield, is cor- lease 50 embargoed Mirage Jets
that were purchased and paid for
by Israel before last June's Six-
Announcement was made this Day War.
week that Dr. JULIUS MARK
will retire as rabbi of Temple
Ambassador YOSEF TEKOAIL
Emanu-El, New York, and will be permanent representative of Is-
succeeded by Dr. NATHAN A. rael to the United Nations, will ad-
PERILMAN who has been associ- dress the Zionist Organiaztion of
ated with the temple as rabbi America Aliya Conference in New
since his ordination in 1932 by York, Sunday morning. He will
speak on "Aliya After the Six-Day
Hebrew Union College.
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LOUIS J. FOX, president of the
Finance Minister P I N H A S
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, Currently visiting SAPIR, returning from a month
Latin America on a fact-finding long tour of the United States, the
tour, conferred in Sao Paulo with Far East and the Antipodes, said
leaders of the Confederation of he had received assurances of in-
Brazilian Jewish Communities and creased income from Israel emer-
of the Jewish Federation of Sao gency fund and bond drives in
Paulo. Among the subjects dis- 1968.
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This Week's Radio and
Rabbi PHILIP 'FFLANKEL of
Congregation Shaarey-Zedek, Lan-
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
sing, will represent the Jewish
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Chautauqua Society as lecturer at
ISpring Arbor College, Spring Ar-
Feature: Eli Lipsker, choral di-
bor Mich. He will speak in the
and musical artist, will per-
Urges Action Against
' chapel at 9:50 a.m. on the subject
"An Ancient Faith and Contempo- form Yiddish and folk melodies.
Israel Autopsy Rules
Block, professor of phi-
losophy, will speak on "Thoughts
Editor, The Jewish News:
of a Hasid-Philosopher." Rabbi
During the recent months, I
PIIILIP B. HOFMANN, chair-
have become alarmed over a con- ' man of the board and chief execu- Isaac Kagan will speak on "A Ales-
spiracy against our brothers in Live officer of Johnson & Johnson , sage . .. From Oil!"
Israel. A dangerous law, thinly in New Brunswick, N.J., a major
le medical manufacturer of surgical dressings,
veiled under the guise of
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
research, which ena bles
baby and medical products, will
crime to take place in our holy I receive the humanitarian award
land. This law is the current of the International Order of Bnai
Feature: The third in a series on
autopsy law which enables autop- Brith at a dinner in his honor at Yiddish will be presented. The Yid-
sies to be performed against the the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New dish press in the United States as
expressed will of the deceased and
an educational primer to two gen-
York, April 10.
his family. On July 7, 1966, the di-
erations of Jewish immigrants
' * *
rector general of the ministry of
Acting Governor Milliken Friday from Europe will
health issued a further direction to
all hospitals stating: "No medical announced appointment of the first
attention shall be offered when a State Board of Marriage Counsel-
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
patient or his family make any ors. The seven-member board,
conditions or express any demands which will operate within the de-
Feature: Isaac Bashevis Singer,
concerning manner of treatment , partment of licensing and regula-
of "The Manor," "The Fam-
or the performance of post- tion, includes Dr. SANFORD IZ-
mortem." , NER, 47, assistant professor of ily Moskat" and "The Magician of
will be interviewed by
The effect of this law on the Psychiatry at the Wayne State Uni-
rate of autopsies is found in the versity College of Medicine and
• Encyclopedia (1966 edi - president of the Michigan Society
THE MAGIC DOOR
tion) in the supplement to volume ' of Psychiatry and
Time: 6:30 p.m. Monday.
1-16, page 432. It states that the NORMAN N. ROBBINS. 48, an at-
Station: Channel 56.
autopsy rate of patients dying in torney, trustee of the State Vet-
Feature: Tiny Tov will perform.
Israeli hospitals is as high as
per cent. A letter dated January 13, of the Detroit Bar
HEAR OUR VOICE
1967, from the U.S. Department of family ay. committee.
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Health Welfare and Education
states that the total autopsy rate Posthumous Medal
Feature: The Karmon Israeli
in the United States is 19.1 per
and Singers a young Is-
cent. As a result, thousands of peo-
! raeli performing group, will en-
ple needing medical care prefer to Killed in Vietnam
Harold Orbach will
risk dying at home rather than suf-
Mr. and Mrs. David Greenwald,
fer ruthless desecration in Israeli 28059 Aberdeen, Southfield, will narrate.
accept, in the name of their late
I truely hope that we will let our son Dennis, the bronze star for
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
voices be heard to insure to our "heroism beyond the call of duty'l
Station: Channel 2.
brethern in the beloved Jewish in ceremonies 1:15 p.m. March 15
Feature: "While Six Millon
State the same democratic rights at the Army Tech Automotive
Lived," a discussion of music of
which we enjoy in the United Command, Warren.
Eastern Europe, will be hosted by
States. We should act to see that,
Pfc. Greenwald, a paratrooper Cantor Harold Orbach, accom-
the Israeli autopsy laws are re-1
formed to allow autopsies only with the 503rd Infantry stationed panied by Bella Goldberg.
Time: 10 p.m. Friday, 9:30 p.m.
with permission of the deceased in Vietnam, was killed Nov. 20
or his family as the law is in the three days short of his 19th birth- Saturday
• • •
day. Seven other men from his air-
borne brigade also were lost in
one of the fiercest battles to that
Station: Channel 7
date, at 15ak To.
Feature: Parts 2 and 3 of Wil-
Maj. Gen. Shelton Loins will liam Shirer's "The Rise and Fall
make the presentation to the of the Third Reich," a David Wol-
Greenwalds. Present will be dele- per documentary on Hitler's reach
A Detroit Connection
gations from the Jewish War Vet- for power, is "final solution to the
Editor, The Jewish News:
In connection with the appoint- erans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Jewish problem," the war and his
Legion and the Disabled downfall. Many rare film sequences
ment of Morris B. Abram to the
and interviews with those who
presidency of Brandeis University, American Veterans.
knew Hitler are included.
please be advised, that Abram's
great - grandfather, Rabbi Elias
LORIN HOLLANDER, the young
Eppstein, was spiritual leader of GORDON STAPLES a n d cellist
Detroit's Temple Beth El from 1866 ITALO BABINI will be the fea- American keyboard virtuoso, will
his eighth appearance with
phony Orchestra's 1968 Cabaret the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
IRVING I. KATZ,
March 14 and 16, in Ford
by Arthur Fiedler in April.
Temple Beth El
(9n the ,Ittr
Farband to Offer
Show by Yiddish
N. BREWSTER BRODER
Chesed Shel Emes
Harry Portner was recently in-
stalled for his second term as pre-
sident of the Hebrew Benevolent
for a second term
were Paul Jacobs
and Samuel S.
Portner, vice pre-
tary; and Hyman
Lipsitz, Sam Le-
vine and Isadore
Sherr, trustees. f
Leo B. Furst,
appointed treasurer last year fol-
lowing the death of Isadore Sos-
nick, again was named treasurer
A Yiddish theater ensemble of
five stars of the New York Jewish
musical comedy stage will be pre-
sented here 8 p.m., March 23, at
the Jewish Center.
Joseph Katz, president of the
Detroit City Committee of Far-
band-Labor Zionist Order, which
is sponsoring the appearance, said
the ensemble will
feature a new
musical re vu e,
"Songs of Our
ceived and di-
rected by B e n
Bonus. It is based
on current Jew-
Wicked men obey for fear, but
... ish life in Ameri-
ca and Israel and the good for love.—Aristotle.
gems of Jewish
Mina Bern, opera
AND HER GYPSIES
Miss Bern singer La Bian-
ca; Bernard Sauer; and the musi-
cal director-pianist Paula Kadison.
Bonus, singer-actor of the inter-
national Yiddish stage, and Miss
Bern last year produced "Let's
Sing Yiddish," on Broadway.
The appearance is part of a na-
Tickets may be obtained from
Farband office, 19161 - Schaefer.
Formerly The Montegos
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Post Office Dept. Seeks
Bids for New Building
The Post Office Department is
seeking competitive bids to build
and lease the new Park Grove
Station of the Detroit Post Office,
E. Seven Mile Rd., between Gratiot
and Monarch Sts., Postmaster Gen-
eral Lawrence F. O'Brien announ-
The site will be assigned to the
successful bidder who will pur-
chase the property, construct the
building according to departmental
specifications and lease it to the
Post Office Department for a basic
period of 20 years.
Bidding documents may be ob-
tained from Paul C. Bridgman,
real estate officer, Room 914, Main
Post Office Building, 1401 West
Fort, P.O. Box 656, Detroit.
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not thine own mouth; a stranger,
and not thine own lips.—Proverbs
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