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May 02, 1969 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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Men's Clubs I

Bnai Moshe Men's Club recently
re-elected Ben Kahn as president.
Other officers to be installed by
Rabbi Moses Lehrman at morning
services May 24, include Herbert
Benson, Michael Grand and Jack
Kutnick, vice i-
presidents; Z o 1-
tan Rubin, re-
elected trea s ur-

Te mple Brotherhoods Board to Meet
in Droit
et
May 7-10; Judaica Library
Pr esentation to Oakland U. Planned

er; Sidney Ferst,
Karl Greenberg
and Henry Baum-
garten, secretar-
ies; and Harry
Schwartz, ser-
geant at arms.
Newly-elected bo
Kahn
board meeting Wednesday night.
-d members are
Bert Dan, Milton Cross, Joseph A reception and dinner for board
Goldschmid, James Kovacs, Milton members and their wives will fol-
Resnick, David Schwartz and Sey- low. Harris also will deliver the
mour Tureff. sermon at a special Friday night
• • •
Sabbath service May 9 at Temple
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S Israel.
CLUB will hear the Hon. William Committee meetings on program-
S. Broomfield, congressman from ming and membership will be held
the 18th District of Michigan, 8:30 Thursday, with emphasis on plan-
p.m. May 28 at the synagogue. ning a program for college youth.
A Thursday luncheon meeting
Rep. Broomfield, a member of the
Foreign Affairs Committee of the will be addressed by Earl Morse,
House, will speak on "The World
Today," with particular emphasis
on the problems confronting the N Cjw R
Middle East. Wives and guests are I 'I
invited. Admission is free.

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olo

e-Elects
Mrs. Weiner

Miss Lober, Dr. Lutwin '
to Be United July 26

to the post two
years ago in
Atlanta. Former
president of the
Detroit Section,
NCJW, Mrs.
Mrs. Weiner Weiner has
served as vice president of the
Jewish Center, president of the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, chairman of
the Women's Committee of United
Community Services and member
of the national planning group for
Women in Community Service.

`Marriage, Sex' Topic
of Jewish Institute

The 1969 spring lecture series of
the Jewish Institute of Brides and
Grooms will close 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day with the topic, "Marriage, Sex
and Judaism," at the Jewish Cen-
ter •
"What attitude to sex should
young Jewish couples standing on
the threshold of marriage, devel-
op?" will be discussed by Rabbi
James Gordon, of the Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods and marriage
counselor at Wayne State Univer-
sity. The views and attitudes of
medical science will be outlined
by Southfield obstetrician Dr. An-
drew A. Freier, a fellow of the
Royal College of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists in England.
All engaged couples are invited.
A social hour will follow.

Community Cautioned:
Michigan Is on EST

Hubert Locke to Air
Problems of Black,
Jew in Community

Dr. Hubert G. Locke will discuss
"The Problems Facing the Jewish
and Black Communities of De-
troit" at an oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m.
today at Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute.
Dr. Locke is director of the Of-
fice of Religious Affairs, adjunct
assistant professor of urban edu-
cation and Research Associate in
the Center for Urban Studies at
Wayne State University.
He also is director of the Wayne
County Crime Control and Preven-
tion Project. From 1965 to 1968, Dr.
Locke was senior editor of the De-
troit Tribune, Detroit's oldest
Negro newspaper.
The lecture and question-answer

8ngagements

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kerstein of

ART LIGHTS

BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB
Mrs. Leonard Weiner, promi-
will hold its second annual family
dinner 8 p.m. Sunday in the syn- vent women's leader in Detroit,
egogue. A full-eourse dinner will was re-elected president of the
be served and entertainment pro- National Council of Jewish Women
at the organiza-
vided. Friends are invited. For
tion's biennial
The Men's Club of Cong. Shaarey
tickets, contact the synagogue of-
convention
in Zedek will celebrate its 50th anni-

fice, 535-4434.
•• s •
Chicago.
versary at Sabbath morning serv-
Mrs. Weiner ices 9 a.m. May 10.
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB will
was first elected
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Joel
hold a father and son Tefilin

brunch 10 a.M. Sunday in the syna-
gogue. Members are invited ' to lie;
bring their sons. A program is
scheduled. Services will be con-
ducted by the Bnai David Youth
Group.

I

Leonia, N.J., announce the betro-
thal of their daughter Judith
Dorothy to N. Roy Kass, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Kass of Onei-
da Blvd., Oak Park. Miss Kerstein
is a graduate of Antioch College,
Ohio. Her fiance, a Wayne Univer-
sity graduate, holds a masters
from the University of Michigan.
He presently is a doctoral candi-
date in demography at Brown
University.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Schwartz of
Pennsylvania Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carole Ann to Paul Olef-
A "Library of Judaica" will
sky, son of Mr and Mrs. Maxim
be presented at the dinner to
Olefsky of Niles, Ill.
* *
Oakland University and it will
be accepted by Dr. Donald D.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bader an-
O'Dowd as the university's rep-
nounce the engagement of their
MISS CHERYLE LOBER
resentative.
daughter, Jill Denise, to Richard
Dr. Richard C. Hertz will be an-
Mr. Arthur Lober of Nortligate Harvey McClurg, Jr., son of Mr.
other convention banquet speaker. Blvd., Oak Park, announces the and Mrs. Richard H. McClurg of
Two new public service spot engagement of his daughter Orchard Lake. Both attend grad-
films in color, "God in Nature" Cheryle to Dr. Irwin Lutwin, son uate school Case Western Reserve
and "God in Man," will be pre- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lutwin of University. A June wedding is
planned.
viewed at the banquet.
Far Rockway, N.Y.
Robert Canvasser of Temple
The bride-elect is the daughter
Beth El and Maurice Stewart of of the late Mrs. Dorothy Lober.
Temple Israel, I:FTB board mem-
Dr. Lutwin is a graduate of the
bers, are in charge of local ar-
City College of New York and',
rangements, which include home
Kirksville College of Osteopathy
hospitality and other entertainment and Surgery. His affiliations in
for the visiting leaders and their dude Phi Epsilon Pi and Alpha
wives.
Tau Sigma fraternit ies.
Large Selection of
The couple plans to wed July 26.
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chairman of the UAHC board of
trustees.
Albert Vorspan, director of the
UAHC commission on social action,
will address a Friday luncheon
meeting on "Black-Jewish Ten-
sions."
The JCS sends rabbis on invita-
tion to lecture on Judaism at col-
leges and Christian church camps
and produces motion pictures for
public service television.
A formal banquet, May 10, will
honor life members of the society.
bow, New York, executive direc- Herbert Portes of Glencoe, Ill.,
tor, will address the opening JCS chancellor, will preside.

An educational program to make
its own members better informed
Jews and to create better under-
standing and appreciation of Juda-
ism by people of all faiths will be
developed at the spring meeting of
the executive board of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Broth-
erhoods and its Jewish Chautauqua
Society, Wednesday through May
11, at Howard Johnson's New Cen-
ter Motor Lodge.
Milton E. Harris, Pittsburgh,
NFTB president, and Sylvan Le-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 2, 1969-27

S. Geffen, spiritual adviser of the
' National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs.
That evening, a buffet supper
will be held. Guests are invited.
For information, call Irving Laker,
358-5338.

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The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
has issued a statement reminding
the Detroit Jewish community that
Michigan remains on Eastern
Period are open to the public. Re-
Standard Time..
Because Michigan residents vot- freshments will be served.
ed not to join the switch to Day-
light Savings Time, candle light-
ing will be an hour earlier than
that listed in standard calendars
printed before election results
were tabulated.
Today, for example, the candle
lighting time is 7:13, not 8:13 p.m.

JWV

Pays
a little over $4
on every $3
you invest.

YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST will hold a joint meeting with•
the auxiliary 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the JWV headquarters. Hostesses
will be Adele Holland and Irene

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Levin. - President Betty Spinner re-
quests that usable clothing and toys
be brought in for children in the
Herman Kiefer Hospital. Plans are
in progress for the outgoing presi-
dent's event. For reservation infor-
mation, call Sara Fleisher, vice
president, 341-2576. •

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