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November 08, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, November 8, 1968

ElaineRosenIsEngaged
to Stephen TV. Sturman

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DOWNTOWN FOX CHAPTER EDDIE JACOBSON CHAPTER
will hold a social evening 8:30 p.m. will hold its annual paid-up mem-
Wednesday at the Workmen's Cir- bership dinner 6:45 p.m. Wednes-
cle Center. Students from Wayne day at the home of Mrs. Morris
State University's Hillel Organiza- Sears, 15261 Northfield, Oak Park.
tion will perform. Friends are in- Prospective members are invited.
vited. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Andrew Berger will speak.
*
* * *
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER and BB Issues 1st-Day Cover
LODGE will hold a joint meeting for Surinam Stamps
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Work-
men's Circle Centr. John Kraus, 1 WASHINGTON
— Bnai
Brith
released a first-day
cover
of a has
set
a
hypnotist,
will speak
and give
demonstration.
Prospective
mem- of three colorful Surinam stamps
are invited. Refreshments will marking the restoration of the old-
hers
est synagogue in the Western
be served.
Hemisphere.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAPTER The synagogue and other Jewish

will hold a luncheon meeting noon monuments at Joden Savanne, a
Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle' plantation town settled by Sephar-
Center. Mrs. Philip Fealk will pre- dic Jews
in the 1650s, are a na-
. monument. Destroyed by a
sent
a book
There
will be
tional
a bake
sale. review.
Guests are
invited.
fire
in 1832, they were restored this

year.
Surinam, formerly Dutch Guiana,
is an autonomous dominion of the
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen of
Netherlands.
Copies of the first-day cover are
Ludlow Ave., Huntington Woods,
NEW YORK—The Brith Milah available from Bnai Brith Klutz-
announce the engagement of their
daughter Elaine Judith to Stephen School conducted at the Mount nick Exhibit Hall, 1640 Rhode
William Sturman of Vassar Dr., Sinai Hospital, first school for the Island N.W., Washington, D.C.
son of the late Mrs. Louis Sturman training of mohelim, which recent- 20036.
• * $
Goldthorpe and the late Dr. John ly opened its doors, held its official
dedication at the hospital.
Sturman.
Rocky Proclaims Month
The school, under the auspices
The bride elect is a graduate of
in Honor of Bnai Brith
the University of Michigan where of the Brith Milah Board of New
ALBANY (JTA)—Gov. Nelson A.
she was affiliated with Phi Sigma York, had 10 students enrolled in Rockefeller of New York has pro-
Sigma Sorority. She is presently do- its first session.
The course of study includes two claimed November as "Bnai Brith
ing graduate work at Wayne State
Membership Month" in tribute to
University. Mr. Sturman is a years of academic training and the 125th anniversary of Bnai
graduate of U. of M. where he clinical experience and one of in- Brith, the world's oldest and
was affiliated with Tau Delta Phi ternship. Students of the school largest Jewish service organiza-
Fraternity. He is now a student at include seniors at Yeshiva Univer- tion.
Wayne State University's medical sity, Rabbi Jacob Joseph School,
"Bnai Brith has served our be-
school and is president of Phi Yeshiva Tora Vodaath and Luba- loved land selflessly and with sig-
vitcher Yeshivot and a number of
Delta Epsilon medical fraternity.
nificant
achievements in war and
The couple is planning a June 22 ordained rabbis already serving peace and its sons and daughters
as mohelim.
wedding.
have
brought
honor to our country
The curriculum of the school en-
compasses both the ritual subjects, and have given comfort and sus-
such as fundamentals of circum- tenance to many people overseas
cision, Jewish and talmudic litera- who are less fortunate than our-
ture;
and scientific courses, includ- selves," the governor's proclama-
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WASHINGTON — A collection of the road to the Center Theater to
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MRS. S. LEIBICK KE 1-0104 Polish artist Maurice Mendjisky, er The
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depicting the heroism of the War-
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for showing through the Bnai Brith lends the wisdom of man's stance
in the face of endless suffering in
Klutznick Exhibit Hall.
The lithographs are part of Bnai the Bible's story of Job, to a set-
Brith's commemoration of the 25th ting in the modern everyday world.
The viewer is lifted from his
anniversary year of the ghetto
seat into a cosmic world as God
uprising.
AND NOVELTY PENS. THE
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—PAM SHRIMAN

MISS ELAINE ROSEN

Miss Rader, Mr. Share
to Speak Vows July 27

* * *

School for Mohelim
Dedicated in New York

Center's JIB.' Brings
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Landsmanshaften Leaders
to Hear JNF Plans Here

A breakfast meeting of Detroit
landsmanshaften leaders has been
called for 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the
Jewish National Fund office. Ac-
cording to Harry Kaminer, chair-
man of the committee of lands-
manshaften for Jewish National
Fund, the societies will be asked
to consider a program of activities
for Israel through JNF. Kaminer
also will report on his trip to
Israel.

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Lynne to Gerald A. Share, son Of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Share of
Greenfield Rd.
Miss Rader is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Mr. Share
received his BA degree from Mich-
igan State University and is pres-
ently working towards his masters
degree at WSU.
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