Miss Letvin Betrothed
To Award 13 Master Builders Plaques
at Yeshiva University Fete June 25
to en neth
hold a games party 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. Among the prizes is a televi-
sion set, and refreshments will be
• • •
GALILEE CHAPTER will hold
its 10th annual night of games 8:30
p.m. Monday, at the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. There will be prizes
and refreshments. For tickets, call
Phyllis Schreiman, 352-0932, or
DOV FRENKEL LODGE
The Bnai Brith Women's Coun- Women.
cil of Metropolitan Detroit will .Mrs. Cohen, alternate Bnai Brith
honor Mrs Clark Gable with its Women observer
Humanitarian Award on the occa- at the United Na-
sion of the culmfiraticarbof the na- tions, served as
tional membership caniiiaign in 1967 chairman of
this area, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the New York
Cong. Bnai Moshe. City Committee
All who have joined Bnai Brith for United Na-
Women during this campaign, as tions Activities
well as the hundreds of workers in and was respon-
the 25 chapters in the area will be sible for initiat-
invited. , ing the first Bnai
Council President Mrs. Allen Brith W o m en
Weitzman and culmination chair. Day at the United Mrs. Cohen
man Mrs. Phillip Fealk announce Nations. •
A former teacher, Mrs. Cohen
that the guest speaker will be
Mrs. Henry A. Cohen of New has been active in the United Fed-
of Teachers and has served
York, a member of the national
executive board of Bnai Brith I as its secretary and treasurer. A
member of the United Nations
Association of the U.S., she serves
on its speakers bureau.
In announcing the selection of
Mrs. Gable as recipient of the
BRODER-CHASE: Marian Chase Council's first Humanitarian
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Award, Mrs. Sidney Eidelman,
recently general chairman of the national
Chase of Providence, R.I.,
was married to Dr. Martin Ivan membership acquisition campaign
for the Detroit Council, stated that
Broder,., son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Broder of Rutherford Ave. Mrs. Gable's "tireless devotion to
ceremony was performed at humanitarian services and out-
Temple Sinai, Washington, D.C., standing and creative leadership"
with Rabbi Eugene Lipman, offi- have made her the unanimous
elating. The bride wore a short choice in receiving this aw
Empire gown of imported ribbed Although she is not Jewish, Mrs.
silk, with Sabrina neckline, long Gable has included Bnai Brith and
sleeves and sashed with a silk cord the Anti-Defamation L e a g u e,
embellished with tiny seed pearls. among her vast,interests. She is an
Her hemline blocked veil fell from honorary member of the Encino
of Bnai Brith Women and
a circlet of matching silk cord and Chapter
seed pearls. She carried a bouquet, is known as the Sweetheart of Dis-
handmade by her mother, of flow-
A past chairman of the Wom=
ers and French pearlized beads on
gold wire. A copy of a museum en's Division of the National
piece from the French Court, it Conference of Christians and
contained roses, Stephanotis, lilies Jews, Mrs. Gable is a member
of the valley, babies' breath and of the Jewish Home for the
ferns. The bride was attended by Aged, and her son, John Clark
Brina Saklad, Mrs. Irving Mac- Gable, is a life member.
Arthur Destler and Mrs. Eugene Her many activities include The
Broder. Eugene Broder, brother of Los Angeles Orphanage Guild, Na-
the bridegroom, was best man. tional Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,
Ushers were Dr. Arthur Blank, St. John's Hospital, California
Dr. Walter Herman and Lawrence Heart Association, SS Hope Hbspi-
Weisman. Following their honey- tal Ship, Chicago Heart Associa-
moon, the newlyweds will reside in tion, City of Hope and Hanna Boys
Bethesda, Md. "
I Green, Samuel Hechtman, Jack
Edward C. Levy, co-chairman of sity.
The university is America's old- Korman. Sol Lessman, Julius Ro-
Detroit Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, announced several highlights est and largest center of high tenberg. Max Stollman, Isadore
Winkelman and Charles S. Wolpin.
of the program for the 14th an- learning under Jewish auspices. A
The guest speaker at the din-
nondenominational and co-educa-
nual dinner to
ner will be Senator Abraham A.
be held 6:30
sity not only accepts students with- Ribicoff.
p.m., June 24,
Full information about the dinner
out regard to creed, race or color.
at Cong. Shvarey
but adheres to an inviolate tradi- can be obtained and reervations
Zedek. He stated
tion of never turning away a can be obtained and reservations
that 13 Yeshiva
coordinator. Jack M. Levine. 964-
worthy scholar for lack of funds.
University M a s-
Abraham Borman, recipient of 2330. The dinner committee office
the university's Distinguished Serv- is located at 1301 Kales Building.
plaquei will be
ice Award in 1960, and a Master
awarded to: Nor-
Builder, is host of the dinner, a
man Allan, Abra-
trustee of Yeshiva Unversity, a
science f e 11 ow and permanent
Torn Borman, Da-
BALE POST has elected as 1969-
chairman of the Detroit Friends.
vid Goldberg, Na-
10 officers: commander, Max
Morris Karbal. the 1968 award
Snyder: senior vice commander,
recipient, and a Master Builder, Melvin Weingarden: junior vice
Nathan I. Goldin,
serves as co-chairman with Levy. commander, Donald Altman; judge
Samuel Hecht- Levy
man, Morris Karbal, Daniel Laven, David Goldberg, the treasurer, is a advocate, Murray Weiss: and trus-
Edward Levy, Max Stollman and Master Builder and was the reci- tees. Herman Jaffee, Ray Lebow,
Phillip Stollman. Mrs. John E. upient of the award in 1962. The Alan Soskin, Richard Cohen. Her-
Lurie will accept the Master Build- secretary. Daniel A. Laven, is a man Schwartz and William Fagen-
er plaque in memory of her late Master Builder and was the award son.
husband. Levy also stated that this recipient in 1967.
• • •
The honorary chairmen are:
Lt. ELI LEVIN POST recently
surprise feature which will be
year there will be a unprecedent Tom Borman, Rabbi Hayim Donin: installed as officers Ben Purple.
Rabbi James I. Gordon. Max M. commander; Harvey Cohen, senior
announced at the dinner.
The presentation of the Yeshiva Fisher. Joseph Holtzman. Judge vice commander; }Jack Adelman,
J. Kaufman, Philip Slomo- junior vice commander; Abe
University Distinguished Service
Award to U.S. District Judge Law- vitz, Phillip Stollman and David P. To mpkin s. quartermaster; Sam
rence Gubow will be the key point Zack, chairman of the 1968 dinner. Jacoby, adjutant; Julius Lipshaw,
Stanley J. Winkelman is chair- chaplain: Sol Hoberman, officer of
of the evening's program.
Levy, a Yeshiva University Mas- man of the 14th annual dinner com- the day: Irwin Burdick. judge ad-
ter Builder, was the 1961 recipient mittee. Serving as the dinner co- vocate: Isidore Robbins, Morris
of the university's Distinguished chairmen are Nathan I. Goldin, Cutler and Edward Hoffman, trus-
Service Award, and was chairman and David Pollack.
• • •
The annual dinner scholarship
of the 1962 annual dinner when Da-
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vid Goldberg received the award.
Levy emphasized that there will Mandell L. Berman. Louis Berry, 135 will meet for a 12:30 p.m.
be no fund raising at the dinner. Jack Bushkin. Avern L. Cohn. Ir- luncheon to honor Minnie Hart as
All contributions are accepted prior win I. Cohn, Howard S. Danzig, outgoing president, Saturday at
to the dinner as part of the annual Louis M. Elliman, Nathan Fish- the Clock Restaurant. 20510. W.
campaign on behalf of the univer- man, Nathan Freedland, Irwin Seven Mile. Friends are invited.
The group will meet 10:30 a.m.
Monday to sew cancer pads at the
Local Bnai Brith Women Will Honor Labor Zionist Institute.
'District 4 Sweetheart', Mrs. Clark Gable
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, June 13, 1969
Aida Cutler, 548-8089.
MISS SHARON LETVIN
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Letvin of Sus-
sex Ave. announce the engagement
of their daughter Sharon Elaine to
Kenneth Michael Chupack, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Chupack of
The couple plans a Sept. 1 mar-
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HAUPTMAN will exhibit drawings,
paintings and graphics in her first
one-man art show at Maplewood
Galleries, Birmingham, starting
Sunday. Miss Hauptman was a
National Scholastic Art Award re-
cipient, attended Carnegie Institute
of Technology and the University
of Michigan. After three years, she
received her bachelor's degree in
fine arts. She has exhibited through-
out Michigan. The Maplewood ex-
hibition will last until July 12.
Gallery hours are Monday through
Saturday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
• • •
Detroit firemen are preparing for
another FIREMEN'S THRILL
SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA 1 p.m.
Aug. 17 at Tiger Stadium. Firemen
will perform feats of daring in
actual rescue operations, and there
will be Fire Department clowns
and a gigantic water ball battle.
Tickets are available from any
firemen or at any Detroit fire sta-
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LOS ANGELES (JTA)—A Bnai
Brith leader warned here that the
increasing involvement of the most
gifted young Jews in most con-
temporary causes except those as-
sociated with the Jewish commu-
nity threatens American Jewry
with "paralysis" and "mediocre
leadership" in the future.
Jack J. Spitzer, international
chairman of the Bnai Brith Youth
Commission. called for "immediate
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Jewish leaders." He spoke at a
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