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November 15, 1968 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-15

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36—Friday, November 15, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Flint News

Abby Hirsch Betrothed Jewish History on Surinam Stamps
tery of Savannah which contains
to Howard M. Golding
By ERIC LIND
439 tombstones. The renovation

Hirschmann, Author, Businessman,
to Address Communitywide Dinner



Outstanding community leaders
The annual dinner of the Flint
will be recognized, according to
Jewish Community Council, when
current programs and future plans Joe Megdell, president of the
will be outlined, is scheduled for Flint Jewish Community Council.
Principal speaker will be Ira
6:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at Cong. Beth
Hirschmann, author, correspond-
Israel.
nt, special inspector general of
The findings of a statistical sur-
t
vey of the Flint Jewish community the
United Nations Relief and Re-
will be presented by demographer habilitation Administration in 1946.
Recipient of the One World Award,
Dr. Albert J.' Mayer.
he was a special consultant for the
Department of State in Yugoslavia
in 1944 and president of the foun-
dation for the Future of Israel in
1951. He has been consultant to the
United Nations Relief and Works
Agency since 1960 and is vice pres-
ident and general manager of
Saks Fifth Avenue
and of Blooming-
dale's, New York.
Arthur Hurand
past president of
the Council and
chairman of the:,
United Jewish Ap-
peal Campaign.
is chairman of the
annual dinner. He
Hurand
announced that
Mrs. Stanley Keller is in charge
of the decorations committee.
IRA HIRSCHMANN

Communal Calendar



Nov. 16—Senior Citizens to Detroit
Yiddish Theater, bus
leaves 6:15 p.m. from
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El Sister-
hood Dinner and Square
Dance, 7 p.m.
17—Cong. Beth Israel PTA
Meeting, 3 p.m.
18—City of Hope Board Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m., home of
Mrs. Murray Rulney
19—Bnai Brith Women Meet-
ing, 12:30 p.m., Temple
Beth El
Joint Adult Education, 8
p.m., Temple Beth El
20—City of Hope Educational
Meeting, 1 p.m., Temple
Beth El
21—Cong. Beth Israel Board
of Education Meeting, 8
p.m.

*

elude facts about fund raising and
the aims of City of Hope. A coffee
hour will follow.

Art Show Aids Israel

Surinam has released a set
of three stamps to commemo- was in the hands of a small Dutch
rate the establishment of the first unit led by Sir Vooren.
Jewish settlement in the territory
then known as Dutch Guiana.• Also
depicted is the restoration project
of the synagague and other his-
torical monuments by the Amer-
ican Jewish Historical Society.
Surinam is an associated terri- Nov. 15—Joint Thanksgiving
Service, Temple Emanuel
tory of the Netherlands, and the
16—Bnai Brith Girls Hayride
Jewish community is the oldest
Ahavas Israel Sisterhood
permanent settlement in the West-
Program
ern Hemisphere, which dates back
17—USY
Meeting
to the early part of the 17th Cen-
Grand Rapids Temple
tury and now numbers only some
Youth Meeting
35 families.
UJA Workers Tea
After a period of the struggle
Temple Emanuel Men's
between English, French, - Dutch
Club Meeting
and Spanish, Surinam finally re-
20—Bnai
Brith Women
mained a Dutch colony at the end
MISS ABBY HIRSCH,
Meeting
of the Napoleon Wars.
21—Hadassah Board Meeting
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hirsch
Surinam plays an important part
22-24—GRTY Weekend in
of Lincoln Dr. announce the en- in the history of the Jewish people
South Bend
gagement of their daughter Abby in this hemisphere. In 1682, Sephar-
* * *
Merredith to Howard Michael dic Jews started plantages in the
Ahavas Israel Congregation and
Golding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin region of Savannah after they had
Temple Emanuel will hold a joint
Golding of Oak Park.
to flee from the Portuguese inqui-
Miss Hirsch is a graduate of sition. They were welcomed in UJA Thanksgiving Service at Tem-
Cambridge School, Boston. Mr. what was then called Dutch Gui- ple Emanuel this Sabbath. Rabbis
Golding attended Wayne State Uni- ana. This area is still called the Frederick Eisenberg and Joel
Chazin of Ahavas Israel will con-
versity.
"Jewish Savannah." The pioneers
duct services. Emanuel Z'ev Sufott,
A Feb. 16 wedding is planned.
have long since moved to other former consul of the. Israel Em-
places, and the synagogues are bassy in Washington and a veteran
Announce Committee
now in ruins but are frequent of Israel's War of Liberation, will
visiting attractions to tourists.
be guest speaker.
for Israel Bond Dinner
There is now a flourishing Jew-
* s *
The 20th anniversary of Israel's
ish
community
in
Paramaribo
to-
statehood will be celebrated at a
Plans for a Dec. 28 wedding are
day.
Many
escapees
from
Nazi
testimonial dinner honoring Flint
being made by Carrie Bach Glaser
Jewish communal leader Jacob Germany found a haven there in and Ronald Lewis Ludwig of Wash-
Pines 6:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at Cong. this generation.
ington, it is announced by- the
Surinam years ago issued a
Beth Israel.
bride-elect's parents, Mr. and- Mrs.
Louis Kasle, chairman of the
stamp of 25 cent denomination— Abe Glaser. Mr. Ludwig, son of Mr.
Flint Committee for State of Israel
for the first time in philately
and Mrs. Julius Ludwig of Beach-
Bonds, announced Joey Adams,
featuring a Jewish synagogue in wood, 0., is a graduate of Duke
entertainer and former president
multicolors—as part of a set of University, Durham, N.C., and the
of the American Guild of Variety
old and new architectures. It was University of Michigan Law School.
Artists, will head the program.
the Neve Shalom temple of He is affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau
Kasle announced the committee
Paramaribo.
Fraternity. Miss Glaser is attend-
planning this communitywide affair
The new 1968 stamps also are ing the University of Michigan.
includes Mr. and Mrs. Philip executed in a variety of colors.
s
Agree, Mrs. Sol Schafer and Mrs. The 20-cent shows a map of Jewish
Temple Emanuel Men's Club is
Herbert Harrison.
Savannah with the Surinam River planning its first social event of
The committee consists of:
in the center, which is a reproduc- the-season for Nov. 23. All proceeds
Mrs. William Baffles, Mrs. Eli Bern-
stein, Samuel Catsman, Mr. and Mrs. tion from the 17th Century. The will go toward the teni.ple land-
Ed Elk, Mrs. Mollie Epstein, Dr. and inscription is in Dutch and also in scape fund. A lecture on water
Mrs. Julian Feller, Mr. and Mrs. San-
pollution will be presented at the
ders Goodstein, Dr. Saul Gorne, Dr. Hebrew.
Sam Gotlib, Rabbi William Greenebaum
On the 25-cent stamp, "Joden regular Sunday morning meeting
II, Herbert Harrison, Mrs. Frances
Nov.
24 by Chester Harvey of the
Hertz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hurand, Savanne Synagogue," the old syna-
Mrs. Louis Kasle, Al Klein, Joe Lam, gogue is shown as etched in 1685. State Conservation Department.
Bernard Loviticy, Dr. and Mrs. Bertram
Marx Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Megdell, The third one, 30 cents, "Joden
Rabbi Hillel Millgram, R. H. Mittleman, Savanne Grafzerk 1733," illustrates
Detroit's CENTRAL HIGH
Murray Moss, Morris Nathanson, Jean
SCHOOL CLASS OF 1938 is having
Passint, Mr. and Mrs. B. Morris Pela- a tombstone with Bible citations in
vin, Michael Pelavin, Irving Pines. Can- Hebrew lettering. The words are a dinner-dance Nov. 30 at the Hill-
tor Abraham Ranant, Dr. Leon Rosky,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rubenstein, Mrs. quotes from the Old Testament, crest Country Club and •is attempt-
David R. Schafer, Henry Schafer, Sol which were suggested by Rabbi J. ing to re-establish contact with all
Schafer, Joe Schiller, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Schreiber, Ed Schreiber, Israel Sendler, Van Gelder of Utrecht: "Our members of the class who-gradik-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaprow, Mr. and fathers dwelt on the other side of ated in either January or June
Mrs. Barney Sherman, Morris Steinman
and Mrs. Ruth Vinacow.
the flood in old time." (Joshua of that year. For reservations, call
The dinner will be in behalf of 24:2). Other legends are from Mildred (Lubetzky) Pershin, 358-
5518; Most Lesser, 868-9659; Herb
Israel Bonds.
Isaiah and Genesis. -
For reservations, contact Mrs.
The reason for this printing was Eder, 356-5253; or Bob Pokorny,
the restoration of the Jewish ceme- 272-7570.
Schafer, 3221 Helber, 233-3876.

Ann Lebster Hadassah's "Eve-
ning with the Arts" Sunday opened
the Israeli Art Exhibit, proceeds
from which will support Hadas-
sah's medical facilities in Israel.
Mrs. Arnold Schaffer was gener-
al chairman for the donor, assisted
by Mrs. Murray Moss and Mrs.
Leon Rosky, co-chairmen. Other
chairmen were Mesdames Asher
Marder, Harry Weisberger, Milton
Weiss, Sidney Hartman, Abe Heitz-
ner, H. Kesten, Gerald Schreiber,
Gilbert Gottlieb, Joseph Weinstein,
James Lebster, Robert Mitchell,
Arthur Silverman, Ira Marder,
Simon Indianer, Ronald Goldstein,
Marshall Cossman, Daniel Levy,
Henri, Livingston, Jerome Arenson
Bnai Brith Women will meet and Carl Myers.
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Beth
El. Luncheon hostesses are Mes- PTA to Hold Drop-In
dames Jack Kippelman, Harry
r
Karsh, Morris Rosenthal and Sam for Parents, Students
Winston. Mrs. Edward Joseph will
Beth Israel Parent-Teacher As-
entertain with a medley of show sociation will start the year with a
tunes.
parent-teacher -student "drop-in"
• * *
3-5 p.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
Cartoons, movies and refresh-
Yetta Shapiro Chapter, City of
Hope, will hold an educational ments will be offered to the chil-
dren
in the canteen, while their
meeting 1 p.m. Wednesday in the
Temple Beth El library. It will in- parents hold a short meeting in the
library. Following clastroom visits
and demonstrations, there will be
a coffee hour.

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Dr. Carl B. Fisher was named to
the board of the Michigan State
Podiatry Association at the. group's
recent 53rd annual convention at
Harbor Springs.
* * *
Jerry Silberman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Silberman, is enrolled
at Wayne State University.
• * •
Dr. Saul Goren will present a
paper on education at the general
assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
currently meeting at the Regency
Hyatt House in Atlanta. Michael
Pelavin will chair a session at the
"Small Cities Conference."

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