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October 24, 1969 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-24

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Banquet, Open louse to Mark
/Ii llel House Dedication Week

A dinner at 7 p.m. Tuesday in House at the University of Nlichi-
the ballroom of the Wayne State gaii.
University Center will celebrate
Speaker of the evening will
the formal dedication of Irwin I. be Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn
Cohn Hall, the new home of the from Wa , Iiington, I). C., national
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation in director of the Bnai Brith Hillel
the Charles Grosberg Religious
Center.
Cohn, whose substantial gift
sparked the drive to raise funds
for WSU's Hi llel House," was in-
strumental in the erection of Hillel



Grand Rapids
News Notes

Oct. 24—Daniel Jacobson Bar Mitt
va, Temple Emanuel
24-25—USY Quad City Retreat
25-26—MSTY Caravan
25-31—UAHC Biennial
31—UNICEF Drive
• •
Daniel Mark Jacobson, son of
Mr .and Mrs. Stuart Jacobson, will
become Bar Mitzva - at Temple
IRWIN I. COIIN
Emanuel 8:15 p.m. today. A re-
ception will follow the service.
Foundation. Robert Steinberg,
• • •
chairman of the board of the
Joan and Al Feldman are con- Wayne State Hillel Foundation,
ducting an evening folk dance will act as master of ceremonies.
class for everyone over age 13.
A reediting for the dinner guests
Under the auspices of the adult will take place at 6 p.m. in the
education series of Temple Eman- Hillel quarters on the sixth floor
of the center.
uel
* • *
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Ahavas Israel has inaugurated Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Tuesday evening adult education Women's Council will be hosts at
Courses. Mrs. Moshe Rosenfeld an open house marking the dedi-
teaches conversational Hebrew.
cation of the Hillel Foundation
• • •
from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, at the be-
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Berman ginning of a week of special
hosted a cocktail dinner for the events.
A special dedication ceremony
men's special gifts division for the
Jewish Community Fund Drive of Cohn Hall and the Maurice C.
Zeiger
library will be held at 4
Wednesday in their home.
p.m. Rabbi Max Kapustin, Bnai
• • •
Hillel director, will conduct
The Hadassah board met at the Brith
the ceremony.
home of Mrs. Sadie Silverstein
The Charles Grosberg Reli-
12:30 p.m. Thursday.
ligious Center houses 14 student
• • •
religious organiiations represent-
An Israeli brunch-lunch, under ing over 20 different denomina-
the direction of Mrs. Joe Schwan' ' , tions.
will open the meeting of women s
Nathan Rubenstein is Hillel
special gifts for the Jewish Com- chairman for the Metropolitan De-
munity Fund 12:30 p.m. Thursday. troit Bnai Brith Council. Chair-
Mrs. Leonard Rosenzweig and man for the Bnai Brith Women is
Mrs. Norman Leven are co-chair- Mrs. Leonard Schreiber.
Men for special gifts. Guest
speaker will be Allan Ginsburg of
Lansing. Zahava Tweig, Israeli ex-
change student, will greet the
gathering.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Wierzbicki in Running
for Re-Election to Council

Councilman Anthony J. Wierz - ;
bicici, who seeks re-election to the
Common Council, Nov. 4 has
served five years as a councilman.
He calls "the exodus from our
city by our business, our industry
and our middle class population"
the most important problem facing
Detroit today.
Detroit born and educated,
Wierzbicki, 51, served the city of
Detroit as accountant and budget
analyst, county supervisor and
councilman since 1936.
Wierzbicki has served as presi-
dent of the Polish Daily News and
Pol Amercan Publishing Co.

Friday, October 24, 1969-1

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The annual election meeting of .!
Kvutza Ivrith will be held 8:30
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p.m. Saturday at the Jewish Cen-
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ter.
Chairman of the evening will be
Meyer Mathis. Morris Nobel, •
13641 W. 9 MILE
chairman of the education coin-
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sistant director of the Hebrew de-
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partment at the Jewish Center. '
Open Mon., Thurs., Fri.
- to 9 p.m.
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Tues., Wed., Sat. to 6:30 Sun. 11 to 3
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• • •

[Lansing Dateline

Jean Smookler, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Bernard Smookler, wil
celebrate her Bat Mitzva at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek today. Dr. and Mr -,
Smookler will host an oneg shabat
following the services.
• • •
Lansing Hadassah's biannual
rummage sale, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Morris H. Gold-
stein, will be held at Odd Fellott ,,
hall Monday and Tuesday. Cloth-
ing and other articles are being
Collected.
* • •
The next regular meeting of
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood will be
held at the synagogue 12:30 p .m.
Nov. 4.

News

From

Downriver

Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
hold an Old Film Festival and
games party 8 p.m. Nov. 8 at the
!synagogue. For reservations, call
Francine Mulias, 676-7022.
• * =
!' Beth . Isaac Women's Club will
hold a luncheon meeting 1 p.m.
'Tuesday at the synagogue. There
'will be a bazaar and demonstra-
tions. For reservations, call Helene
Kopp, 675 0199; Bess Rose, 274 - 830:l.
or Ann Sadick, * 676-5465.
= =
Sabbath services will be held
7:30 p.m. _ today. A service i ,
'scheduled for 10 a.m. Nov. 1.

'

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Al.BERT D. TUCKER CHAP
TER will present Mrs. Ira Albion
speaking on Bnai Brith philanthro-
pies at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
Oak Park Community Center. A
film, "Hope for Tomorrow" nar-
rated. by the late Melvin Douglas.
will be shown. For information.
call Mrs. Marilyn Cohen, 541-2527.

HARRY B. KEIDAN CHAPTER
will have a rummage sale at from
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes-
day at the Ferndale Women's Club.
For information, call Ruth Bern-
stein. 341-5662.

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I. B. Singer, Black Rabbi
in Beth Achim Series

Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis
Singer and Rabbi Hallo Moshe
Paris. associate rabbi of congre-
gation of black Jews in New York,
will highlight the Beth Achim
m e w. Club cultural series next
month.
The first event. with Singer, will
be held at S p.m. Nov. 2 in the
Southfield social hall. Rabbi Paris,
a graduate of Yeshiva University,
will deliver his talk on "What We
Can Do .1bout Black Anti-Semi-
tism- at S p m. Nov. 23, also in
Sout
Tickets are available at both
in town and :suburban synagogue
office , or at the door each eve-
ning, —
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something.- Henry David Thoreau.

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