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May 17, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-17

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30—Friday, May 17, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kaye_,70 idsteinArupgais I Gubow, Cantor Ackermanto Head Arlazaroff Fete

served.
Isadore Brown is president of
Arlazaroff, and David Sislin is the
of Cong. Beth Abraham, will head cultural chairman. Members are
the program at the Yom Ha'Atz- invited to bring friends.
maut celebration sponsored by
Arlazaroff branch 137, Farband.
SAVE 25% ON
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Labor
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
Zionist Institute.
The evening will mark the first
STERLING SILVER
anniversary of the "Six Days in
NORM/OOD JEWELRY
June."
2602 N. Woodward LI. 9-1885
Gubow, president of the Jewish
Community Council, will be guest
speaker, and Cantor Ackerman
FOR THE BEST IN
will be guest artist at the affair on
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
behalf of Israel Bonds and in ad-
vance of the Labor Zionist Move-
ment-Landsmanshaften Israel 20th
anniversary celebration. B e 11 a
And His Orchestra
Goldberg will accompany Cantor
Di 1-1609
Ackerman. Refreshments will be

Lawrence Gubow, U.S. attorney

Myra Rosen Betrothed Shenkman Heads
to Joseph z4. Burnstein Slate of Officers

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at UHS Meeting

Jack Shenkman has been nomi-
nated as president of the United
Hebrew Schools, which will elect
officers at the -UHS annual dinner.
meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday at Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
UHS Superintendent Albert Ela-
zar will be honored at the meeting
in recognition of his 20 years'
service to the school system.
Other officers on the slate pro-
posed by the nominating commit-
tee, under the chairmanship of
Julian Tobias, are the following:
Abe Kasle, honorary president;
Morris Brandwine, Norman D. Katz
and Tobias, vice presidents; Milton
Lucow, secretary; Albert Lubin,
treasurer; William Yolles, assistant

MISS MYRA ROSEN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving F. Rosen
-of Littlefield Ave. announce. the
engagement of their daughter Myra
Susan to Joseph Allan Burnstein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Burn-
stein of Ardmore Ave.
The prospective bride attends
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance also at-
tends Wayne State and will gradu-
ate in June. He is affiliated with
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
A September wedding is planned.

Col. Asher Levy
Speaker at LZO
Israel Bond Fete

Col. Asher Levy, hero of the
Six-Day War, and Hanna Aroni,
Israeli singing star, will head the
program at - the Labor Zionist
Movement-Landsmanshaften Israel
20th anniversary celebration 8 p.m.
May 29, at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
Col. Levy was a brigade com-
mander in Israel's Southern Com-
mand during the Six-Day War.
He was an officer in the War of

COL. ASHER LEVY

Independence and in the Sinai
Campaign and now occupies a lead-
ing post in Israel's defense forces.
From 1958 to 1965, Col. Levy
rose through the ranks of the
armored corp s, becoming a
brigade commander. In 1965, he
was appointed deputy defense at-
tache at the Israeli embassy in
London.
He was born in Petah Tikva
in 1926, served in the Hagana and
then joined Palmah.
Morris Lieberman is the cele-
bration chairman; Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver. honorary chairman, and
Harry L. Schumer, campaign
chairman.
Refreshments will be served
after the program. For tickets at
a nominal cost, call Israel Bonds,
DI 1-5707.

HARRY L. JUBAS, social studies
teacher at Robert Frost Junior
High School, Oak Park, received a
specialist in arts degree from East-
ern Michigan University. Jubas re-
sides at 13411 Irvine, Oak Park.

the Eastern District of Michi-
Will Be Held in August I for
gan, and Cantor Shabtai Ackerman

JACK SHENKMAN

treasurer; Abe Kasle and Irwin I.
Cohn, advisory committee; and Dr.
Maxwell B. Bardenstein, Leonard
Baron, Robert Kasle, Katz, Louis .
LaMed, Julius Harwood, Lucow,
Harold Robinson, Philip Slomovitz,
George M. Zeltzer, Lubin, Eugene
Mondry, Albert Colman, John Her-
man, Tom Klein, Saul H. Rose and
Harvey Weisberg, board members.
Brandwine is chairman of the
1968 annual meeting committee.
For reservations, call the United
Hebrew Schools. DI 1-3497.
Shenkman, a pioneer devel-
oper of covered shopping malls
and Michigan state director for
international Council of Shop-
ping Centers, served this week as
dean of the School of Regional
Center Development and Opera-
tion for the Chicago convention
of ICSC.
There were more than 2,500
registered delegates representing
28 countries, all concerned with
the shopping center industry.
Shenkman, as dean, was respon-
sible for formulating curriculum
and supervising seminars, forums
and courses.
Shenkman is owner and de-
veloper of one of the largest shop-
ping centers in the country, the
Livonia Malt and innovator of the
covered sidewalk mall at Harvard
Row, of which he is developer.

Religion Minister _Denies
Plans for 'Third Temple'

LONDON (ZINS)—"Is Israel go-
ing to erect the Third Temple?"
This inquiry was contained in a
letter sent by the Christian the-'
ologian, David Parker, of New
Castle, England, to Rabbi Zorach
Warhaftig, minister for religious
affairs in Israel.
The London newspapers, in pub-
lishing the letter, said that Parker
received a negative reply.
It reported that a Christian min-
ister stated he had information
from "reliable sources" that thous-
ands of granite-rocks in India are
ready for shipment to Israel for
the purpose of building "The Tem-
ple."
Parker further said he had
learned that immediately after the
Six-Day War, Israeli rabbis had
begun to train `Cohanim' and 'Levi-
yim' to conduct prayer services at
"The Temple."
He also "learned" that a spe-
cial committee of Jewish million-
aires was formed to raise a huge
quantity of gold to finance the
realization of the "Sacred Project"

SAM EMMER

MISS SUZANNE KAYE

MUSIC BY

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaye of
Anna Ave., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Suzanne Joy to Sheldon Jay Gold-
stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Goldstein of -Pennsylvania Ave.,
Southfield.
Miss Kaye is a senior in Wayne
State University's college of edu-
cation. Her fiance attends the Ohio
college of - Podiatric Medicine,
where he is president of Phi Alpha
Pi podatric Fraternity, and is af-
filiated with Pi Delta, national
podiatric research and honor
society..
An August wedding is planned.

SAM BARNETT

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The annual concert of the Pro
Mozart Society of Greater Detroit
will take place 8:30 p.m. Sunday,
at the Scottish Rite Cathedral of
Masonic Temple.
The --concert is cosponsered by
several local Masonic Lodges,
under the direction of the Mosaic
Lodge No. 530. It will make the
first presentation here of the
Oratorio "The Penitent David".
Lorenzo da Ponte. born in the
Ghetto of Venice. chose some
of the most eloquent psalms of
King David and translated them
into Italian. Mozart composed the
music based on these psalms.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes is
the artistic director of the event
and will also act as annotator.
Proceeds of the concert will help
defray the costs for the publica-
tion of Mozart's Masonic opera
"The Magic Flute." The volume
will contain a preface stating that
the Pro Mozart Society, and the
Freemasons of Michigan have as-
sisted in the printing of one of
the most elaborate works of the
Mozart collection.

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WJCongress Eulogizes
Late Sydney Silverman

LONDON (JTA) — Distinguished
parliamentarians and Jewish lead-
ers paid tribute this week to the
late Silverman, Laborite MP, at
a memorial meeting arranged by
the British Section of the World
Jewish Congress.
Mr. Silverman was eulogized by
Mrs. Barbara Castle, first secre-
tary of state, and by Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Castle lauded the late MP
for his achievements on behalf of
his people and the House of Corn-
mons.
Dr. Goldmann said Mr. Silver-
man was "a great human being
because. he loved people and a
great Jew because he loved Jews."

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