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September 06, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-06

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28—Friday, September 6, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$300,000 Israel Bond Purchase
at Bnai Moshe Leadership Fete

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.Detroit Israel Bond Committee
Names Robert Brody Chairman

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

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At the Bnai Moshe leadership reception, which resulted in
over $300,000 in Israel bond subscriptions, from left, seated: Mrs.
Moses Lehrman; Mrs. Harry B. Korman, who with her husband
hosted the reception at their home on Larkin Rd., in Southfield,
and Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Detroit Israel Bond women's division
chairman; standing, Mr. Korman, the host; Harry Rott; Rabbi
Lehrman, the guest of honor; Charles Grosberg, Israel Bond trustee
chairman; and Samuel Rothberg, national Israel Bond campaign
chairman, who was the guest speaker. Rabbi Lehrman will be
honored at the Bnai Moshe testimonial dinner Sept. 17, for his 20
years as spiritual leader of the congregation.

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SPECIAL
Time: 8:30 p.m, Sunday and 9:30
p.m. Tuesday
Station: Channel 56
Feature: "Paris Must Burn," an
hour-long documentary of the story
of the last days of the German
occupation of Paris in World War
II.
*
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m, Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: Mark van Doren and
Maurice Samuel discuss the city
MRS. EDWARD COHEN
Jericho as part of the series on
"Cities and Surroundings of the
In a recent ceremony at Young
Bible."
Israel of Greenfield, Marlene Bar-
bara Katzman, daughter of Mr.
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
and Mrs. Harry Katzman of Wey-
her Ave., Livonia, became the
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
bride of Edward Jerry Cohen, son
Station: WJBK
Feature: "Idolatry vs. Mono- of Mrs. Bertha Cohen of Pierson
theism" is the topic for discussion. Ave., and the late Mr. Abraham
* *
Cohen.
Rabbi Joshua Sperka, who mar-
HEAR OUR VOICE
ried the bride's parents 31. years
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
ago, officiated at the ceremony,
Station. WCAR
Feature: Sidor Belarsky will be along with Cantor Hyman Adler.
The bride wore a cage of peau
heard and discussed as part of the
d'
ange lace over a satin sheath.
series, "Yiddish in Song."
It featured an Empire bodice,
long sleeves, a chapel-length
IN CONTACT
train and scalloped neckline and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
hem. Her headpiece of matching
Station. WJR
lace and beading held a bubble
Feature: "Living with the Aged" veil. She carried a cascade of
is the subject, as part of the series roses.
on "Family Life."
The bridegroom's mother was
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escorted by her oldest son, Dr. Joe
HIGHLIGHTS
L. Cohen of Ann Arbor.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Pamela Krastof was maid of
Station: Channel 2
honor. Bridesmaids were Laurel
Feature: "The High Holy Days Bayer and Marilyn Shifman,
—Their Contemporary Validity,"
Gilbert Cohen served his brother
is the first of a new series of pro-
as best man. Marc Rich, Kenneth
grams on the High Holy Days.
Sigel and Alan Gristall were ush-
ers.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the couple is residing in
Royal Oak.

Former Detroit Couple, -
Local Youth Off to Israel

NEW YORK — Col. Mordecai
Bar-On, former chief education of-
ficer of the Israel Defence Forces
and newly elected member of the
Jewish Agency Executive in Jer-
usalem, will address the Labor
Zionist Movement's farewell to
"Shaal," a cooperative group
leaving for permanent settlement
in Israel, and to the 18th Habonim
Youth Workshop in Israel, Sunday
evening in the Jewish Agency
Building here.
In the Shaal group are Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Levi, former Detroiters
of New York.
The Habonim Youth Workshop,
which began in 1951, is the oldest
work-study year course in Israel
sponsored by any American Jewish
organization. Daniel Zifkin of
Sherwood Dr., Huntington Woods,
is a member of the workshop.

Criterion Club to See
`Maggie Flynn' Monday

The Criterion Club for single
adults will hold its third theater
party of the season Monday at
the pre-Broadway premiere of
"Maggie Flynn" at the Fisher
Theater.
Cocktails will be served 7 p.m.
by Jennie Marian at her home,
18459 SChaefer.

:'

Robert Brody has been named service was • the dedication of the
chairman of the Detroit Israel Samuel Brody Building at the
Bond Commitee, it was announced Technion, in memory of his father.
by Samuel Rothberg, national Is- The building houses an agricultural
rael Bond campaign chairman. engineering laboratory.
"I am very pleased that Bob
The Brody family has been
Brody will head the Detroit Israel among the leading supporters of
Bond Campaign, one of the most the Israel Bond Campaign since its
successful in the nation," said initiation in 1951. Robert Brody has
Rothberg. "I am especially pleased also been active in the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation drives and in the
Jewish Vocational Service. He is a
member of Shaarey Zedek.
A native Detroiter, Brody attend-
" ed Cranbrook Academy and the
University. of Michigan. He was a
sergeant in the army in World War
II, serving in the European Thea-
ter. He married Rhea Orley in 1949
and they have three children,
Cathy, Jay and Gerald.
Brody is president of the firm of
Samuel Brody and Sons, leading
Detroit area builders and develop-
ers. He is a member of Knollwood
Country Club, Standard Club and
West View Country Club of Miami.

ROBERT BRODY

Melamed-Eckstat Vows
to Be Said in Early July

because he is of the younger gen-
eration which is now taking hold in
Jewish affairs. He has proved his
dedication and his ability by the
wonderful job he did as the presi-
dent of the Detroit Chapter of the
Technion Society of America. He
comes naturally by his dedication
for his father, the late Samuel
Brody, was an outstanding support-
er of the Israel Bond cause for
many years."
Brody has served as president of
the Detroit chapter of .Technion
since 1961 and will become chair-
man of its executive committee in
October.
The highlight of his years of

JWV

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN AUX-
ILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Sheldon
Altman, 25160 Thorndyke, South-
field.
*
YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday, at the
Oak Park Community Center.
• Hostesses will be Freda Kolb and
Stella Meizler. Child Welfare co-
chairmen Frieda Horowitz and
Leah Singer ask members to bring
jewelry for girls at the juvenile
detention home. Past Department
President Lillian Bernstein will
present a report on the Jewish
War Veterans national convention
held in Florida. '

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Sagagements

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Diem of
Ward Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Judy to Dr.
Samuel Jassenoff, son of Mrs.
Betty Jasenoff of Philadelphia, and
the late Mr. Max Jassenoff. Miss
Diem attended Detroit Institute of
Technology. Dr. Jassenoff is a
graduate of Temple University and
the Philadelphia College of Osteo-
pathy. A January wedding is
planned.

Beth Aaron Reception,
Bnai David Fete Soon

MISS DEBORAH MELAMED

Mr. and Mrs. Max Nosanchuk,
president of Cong. Beth Aaron, will
host a pre-High Holy Day leader-
ship reception 8 p.m. Tuesday in
their home, 18225 Alta Vista, South-
field.
George Flesch, former member
of Israel's Knesset, and a leading
spokesman of Israel, will be guest
speaker. The reception is on behalf
of Israel Bonds.
Lawrence Gubow, federal
judge-designate, will be a special
guest at Cong. Bnai David's
Israel 20th anniversary dinner
honoring Dr. Maurice M. Silver-
man, Bnai David Man of the
Year Sept. 18 in the social hall.
Gen. William J. Weinstein will
be toastmaster at the affair on
behalf of Israel Bonds, Humorist
Lew Norman, who won the Show
Business Award for his role in the
Yiddish version of "Death of A
Salesman" will be guest star.
Shoshana Shoshan, Israel opera
star, will be guest artist, Rabbi
Hayim Donim will give the tribute
to Dr. Silverman and Cantor
Hyman J. Adler will render the
musical salute. Morris J. Brand-
wine, Max Sosin and Max Ostrow
are dinner co-chairmen. For res-
ervations call Israel Bonds, DI
1-5707.

Mr. and 'Airs.. Isadore Melamed
of Beechaven Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Deborah Lynn to Leslie
Donald Eckstat, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Eckstat of Santa
Maria Ave.
The bride-elect received a bache-
lor's degree in music therapy and
music education from Michigan.
State University, where she was
affiliated with Delta Omicron wom-
en's professional music fraternity
and Alpha Mu music therapy fra-
ternity. Mr. Eckstat is a student at
the University of Michigan and
plans to attend Wayne State Uni-
versity in the fall.
Glaucoma can very gradually
Plans are being made for a July rob its victims of their sight, with-
6 wedding, • •
out a• pain or a 'symptom:

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Midrasha Registration

The Midrasha, College of Jew-
ish, Studies of the United Hebrew
Schools, will hold a registration
assembly 10 a.m. Sunday in the
Kasle Building.

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