40—Friday, May 22, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Memorial services for the late I calling Mr. Reuther's voice "the
Walter and May Reuther. held last ' conscience of man and describing
Friday at Ford Auditorium, drew , him as "a great, warm personal
more than 3.200 persons, among ' friend" to thousands.
them notables in the Jewish corn- '
Miller recalled the day in 1935
munity who held special invita- when Mr. Reuther told him he had
'found a room that could be rented
Rabbi Jacob J. Weinstein of San as a union hall for S10 a month.
rabbi emeritus of .•We didn't have $10 between us.
K.A.M. Temple. Chicago. was And now his name is a household
among the 11 persons who spoke word because he left a new life
in tribute to the Reuthers. Another and a new world for the men in
was Irving Bluestone, administra- the plants,•• said Miller.
live assistant to Mr. Reuther, who
Others who were present in-
has just been appointed by the eluded Federal Judge Lawrence
Oakland County Probate Court to Gubow, president of the Jewish
be special administrator to the Community Council, Detroit Schools
Reuther estate on behalf of Linda Superintendent Norman Drachler,
and Lisa Reuther. the couple's two Max Fisher, State Sen. Sander
Levin and Detroit Common Coun-
Among the 54 honorary pall- cilman Carl Levin.
bearers were Bluestone; Sam
Fishman, Mel Glaser, Art Last,
Steve Schlossberg and Nat Wein-
berg, UAW department heads
TAU EPSILON RHO LAW FRA
In attendance was Arthur Gold- , TERNITY, Detroit Graduate Chap
berg, former secretary of labor ter, will hold its annual spring
and U.S. Supreme Court justice. dinner-dance 8:30 p.m. Thursday
David Miller, an early UAW or- at Tam O'Shanter Golf and Coun
ganizer and now chairman of the try Club. The supreme chancellor
UAW'S Retired Workers Advisory
Council. was the first sneaker. of the fraternity, Seymour Kivitz,
Philadelphia attorney, and Mrs.
Kivitz will attend. For reserva-
tions, call Frederick B. Gold, 961-
1003, or Gabriel Moscow, 353-0140.
Walter and May Reuther
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB will
be joined by the sisterhood for a
combined installation 8:30 p.m.,
June 4 in the synagogue. Mrs.
Henry Schore is chairman of the
evening. Refreshments will be
served. Friends and relatives are
May 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Cohen (Wendy Kaplan), 27669
Westcott Crescent, Farmington, a
son, Joseph Mark.
• • •
May 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Neil
A. Satovsky (Joan Newman of
Chicago), 33105 Warren, Westland,
a son, Brian Yale.
• • •
May 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Benedek (Elissa Panush), of
Ann Arbor , a daughter, Dina
• • •
May 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Imber (Sandra L. Barron), 23140
Marlow, Oak Park, a daughter,
• • •
May 8—To Dr. and Mrs. San-
ford Z. Pollak (Judith Mandell),
14750 Talbot, Oak Park, a son,
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May 7 — To Airman 1st Class
and Mrs. Robert Heller (Caro
Feedland), former Detroiters, of
Enid, Okla., a daughter, Rachel
May 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Burton
S. Roth (Laura Silverman), 14251
Hart, Oak Park, a daughter,
• • •
May 6—To Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Michelson (Bonnie Tubin), 14111
Ludlow Place, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Debra Lynn.
• • •
May 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Silverman (Carol Gaynes), 25981
Raine, Oak Park, a son, Todd
Jewish War Veterans' Ladies
Auxiliary, will hold a department
meeting 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
headquarters, Mrs. Dorothy Gold-
berg, president, announced. Re-
freshments will be served. Mrs.-
Goldberg. will attend a national
executive committee meeting in
New York City Saturday. She will
be accompanied by Mrs. Sarah
Nemon, past national president,
and Mrs. Shirlee Iden, national
for War Dead
May 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Aaronson (Susan B. Goldman),
21641 Concord, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Lori Robyn.
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Smith (Sharon Slayton),
2039 Somerset, Troy, a daughter,
• • •
April 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vyn B. Kalt (Paula Marks), 3150
Greenfield, Royal Oak, a daughter,
To Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fried-
man (Judi Bennett), 25341 Ronald
Ct.. Oak Park, a daughter, Leslee
To Mr. and Mrs. Larry Green-
berg (Judith Lynn Rosenberger),
former Detroiters of Hialeah, Fla.,
a son, Jeffrey David.
BERL FALBAUM, Detroit News
City-County Bureau chief, and
MONTE SCHLOSS, editor of the
Oak Park High School Eagle
American, will lead a discussion
at the Oak Park Public Library
8:15 p.m. today. "THE PRESS
AND THE PEOPLE: Does Today's
Press Represent Everybody?" is
the subject of the forum, part of a
free series sponsored by the
Friends of the Oak Park Library.
Co. She is a life member of the
Women Leaders Round Table of
the National Association of Life
Underwriters. For information,
call Mrs. Phillips, VE 8-0326.
Vast Immigrant Aid
World Jewry has invested
$2,500,000,000 in Israel in the last
20 years for the immigration of
1,300,000 Jews, their settlement,
the development of the country and
the establishment of industries,
agriculture and educational insti-
Theta Sigma Phi, a national so- tutions.
ciety for women in journalism and
communications, will hold its an-
nual LADIES OF THE PRESS
BREAKFAST Saturday at the Vet-
erans Memroial Building.
Public memorial services for the
Jewish war dead will be held 11
a.m. Sunday at Machpelah Ceme-
tery, announced Howard Water-
stone, commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, department of Mich-
Cantor Hyman Adler and Rabbi
Herbert Eskin, chaplain for the
department of Michigan, will of-
All of the department's 12 posts
and auxiliaries will participate.
The public is invited.
The annual meeting and election
of officers of the Women's Group
of the Detroit Association of Life
Underwriters will be held 6:30
p.m. Wednesday, at the Hotel St.
will be served at
ment of the
meeting is made
by Mrs. Gladys
Phillips, p r e s
dent of the Wom-
en's Group. Mrs.
Phillips is an
Annual Memorial Day services
at Beth El Memorial Park of
Mrs. Phillips Motor City Of-
Temple Beth El will be held 11
a.m. May 31.
The following rabbis and con-
gregations will participate in the
Charm . . .
services: Rabbis Richard C. Hertz
"If you have it, you don't need anything else,
and Morton M. Kanter of Beth El;
and if you don't have it, it doesn't much matter
Leon Fram and M. Robert Syme
what else you have."
of Temple Israel; Milton Rosen-
baum, Emanu-El; Philip Berko-
witz of Beth Jacob, Pontiac; Rob-
tant characteristic. Enroll them today in one of
ert Benjamin, Beth E _ l, Windsor;
our child development progrems.
Bruce Warshal, Beth Emeth, Ann
Arbor; and Beth Am, Livonia.
Rabbi Rosenbaum will preach
on "Threads of Life." John H. Red-
field, cantorial soloist at Temple
Beth El, Cantor Harold Orbach of
Temple Israel and the choir of
Beth El, under the direction of
Corner 12 Mile and Evergreen 357-1215 or 588-0300
Jason H. Tickton, will render the
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Rosenwald Post and Auxiliary,
American Legion, will hold its an-
nual Memorial Day services at the
Hebrew Memorial Park 11 a.m.
May 31. The public is invited.
May 5 — To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
shall Kallen (Janet Reiss), 29880
Everett, Southfield, a son, Craig
April 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Leo-
nard Singer (Carol Wool), 14411
LaBelle, Oak Park, a son, Brian
April 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Sinuk, 19972 Brentwood, Li-
vonia, a son, Brian Michael.
• • •
April 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
shell Wais (Bella Greenbaum),
20800 Ridgedale, Oak Park, a son,
Leaders Pay Tribute to Reuther
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