THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS i • nart
24—Friday, June 20, 1969
Two U.S. Senators will partici-
pate in the festivities at which
Susanne Feld 3Lirried Federal Judge Lawrence Gubow
will be honored at the 14th annual
to John David Bilberry dinner of the Detroit Friends of
Yeshiva University, 6:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Michigan's Senior U.S. Senator
Philip A. Hart will present to Judge
Gubow the Yeshiva University Dis-
tinguished Service Award. The
principal speaker of the evening
will be Senator Abraham A. Ribi-
coff of Connecticut.
Miss Debbie Hertz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Hertz, 18420
Manor. a student at the Stern Col-
lege for Women of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, has been selected to deliver
a message of greeting at the dinner
from University President Samuel '
Belkin. Miss Hertz's father is a
research engineer with the Ford
Dinner Chairman Stanley J.
Winkelman announced that there is ,
MRS, JOHN BILBERRY
In the Feld home on Strathcona
Dr.. Susanne Louise Feld, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. David Feld, was
married to John David Hilberry,
son of Mrs. Clarance Hilberry of
Kirby Ave.. and the late Dr. Hil-
berry, for many years president of
Wayne State University.
The ceremony was performed by
Rabbi M. Robert Syme.
I would rather have my ignor-
ance than another man's knowl-
edge, because I have got so much
more of it.
and his ORCHESTRA
for Your Guests"
to Dinner Honoring Judge Gubow, Wednesday
Also, Rabbi Irwin Groner, Jack
I. Kraisman, Joseph Lee, Morris
Ben Lewis, Jack Lieberman, Hy-
man Lipsitz, Alfred A. May, David
M. Miro, Isadore Muskovitz, Meyer
H. Must, Werner Osten, Max R.
Ostrow, Irving I. Palman, Henry
Pariser, David Rose n, Meyer
Rosen, David Safran, I. William
Sherr, Joseph B. Silver, Richard
Sloan, flathan Soberman, Harold
Soble, Max Sosin, Rabbi Samuel S.
Stollman, Morris Tulupman, and
William J. Weinstein.
More than 50 Yeshiva University
graduates are serving the Detroit
still time to make reservations for are serving on the dinner commit- community as physicians, social
the dinner at Yeshiva U. headquar- tee: Philip Ash, Samuel Berger, workers, rabbis, teachers, and bus-
ters, 1301 Kales Building, phone David I. Berris, Paul Borman, Paul iness executives.
964-2330, through Jack M. Levine,' D. Borman, Rabbi Aaron Brander,
co-ordinator. Winkelman stated that Morris J. Brandwine, Rabbi Jay Classified Ads Get Quick Results
there will be no fund raising at the Braverman, Robert Brody, Norman
dinner. A reception starting at 6 Cottler, A. J. Cutler, Alfred L.
Deutsch, Julius Feigelman, Morton
p.m. will precede the dinner.
Supplementing the dinner com- Feigenson, Joseph D. Feldman,
mittee members published in last Walter L. Field, Dr. Leon Fill, Hy-
week's Jewish News, the following
William A. Genser and Jack Greis-
Waterstone Elected Head of JWV;
Mrs. Goldberg of Women's. Auxiliary
Howard Waterstone of Joseph L.
Bale Post has been elected com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
ans Department of Michiga n.
Elected president of the Ladies
Auxiliary was Mrs. Sol Goldberg of
Elected to serve with Waterstone
were senior vice commander, Arn-
' old Grossman; junior vice com-
mander, Charles Glass; quarter-
master, Harry: L. Friedman: and
adjutant, Morris Kikoler. Joe Bale
was appointed chief of staff.
Mrs. Goldberg's staff includes
senior vice president, Mrs. Harry
L. Friedman; junior vice president.
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Mrs. Herbert Liner; treasurer.
Mrs. Sam Wagner; patriotic in-
structress, Mrs. Sidney Lantz: chap-
lain, Mrs. Leon Ginsburg; histo-
rian. Mrs. Benjamin Rubin; conduc-
tress. Mrs. Joseph Burnstein. and
guard. Mrs. Sidney Silver. Mrs. Ir-
ving Silk, immediate past depart-
ment president, was appointed
chief of staff.
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The Department of Michigan's
annual "Man of the Year" award
was presented to Bale at a testi-
monial banquet honoring out-
going Commander Dr. Leonard
Thurs. Cr Fri. to 9 p.m.
Schreiber also presented a cer-
tificate and gift to Detroit's recent
Largest Selection in the City
SCHREIBER CITES BALE
Congressional Medal of Honor win-
ner, Sgt. Dwight Johnson, also
present at the banquet.
Bales award was won for his
outstanding efforts in membership
recruitment for the past year.
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Finkel, entertainment chairman,
invites members to bring their
* * s
TAU EPSILON PHI FRATERN-
ITY at Detroit Institute of Tech-
nology has elected David White-
titan, chancellor; Alan Lopatin,
vice chancellor; Jeff Olstein, war-
den; Bobby Eisen, bursar; Steve
Foon, scribe; and Sid Ross, chap-
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB will
install Lew Kruger president 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the synagogue
social hall. Harry Koltonow will
install him and Fred Lax, Kolto-
now and Arthur Chaims, vice pres-
idents; Jack Wolf, Phil Bolton and
Neil Kalef, secretaries; Kalef,
chaplain; Joseph Gotfreund, treas-
urer; and Ray Steinberg, sergeant
of arms. Families and friends are
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:—Henry David Thoreau.
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