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November 06, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, November 6, 1970

2,000 Expected
at Fram Tribute

Some 2,000 guests will join in a
communitywide tribute to Rabbi
Leon Fram at the testimonial din-
ner in his honor sponsored by the

ABBA EBAN
Metropolitan Detroit Federation of

Reform Synagogues 7 p.m. Tuesday
in the Raleigh House.
Israel Foreign Minister Abba
Eban, guest speaker, will confer
on Rabbi Fram the Israel Prime
Minister's Medal.
Leslie R. Schmier is dinner chair-
man. Co-chairmen are Michael C.
Aller, Albert M. Colman, Bertram
S. Gordon, Robert L. Rosen and
Julian S. Tobias. Morton H. Barris
is president of the Detroit Federa-
tion of Reform Synagogues, which
is sponsoring this second annual
dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds.
City and state officials and dig-
nitaries from all over the country
will join in honoring Rabbi Fram
on his 50 years in the rabbinate
and on his 75th birthday. Rabbi
Fram, dean of the Michigan rab-
binate, is founder of Temple Israel.
The names of all who purchase
Israel Bonds in Rabbi Fram's
honor will be included in the souve-
nir folio to be presented to him.

The greater intellect one has,
the more originality one fords in
men. Ordinary persons find no
difference between men. —
Pascal.

Bnai Brith
Activities

MAURICE C. ZEIGER CHAP-
TER will hold its second annual
square dance 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Southfield community cen-
ter. Jim Tait will call. Refresh-
ments will be served. For tickets,
call Mrs. Sander Eisenberg, pro-
gram chairman, 353-1069, or Mrs.
Herbert Bez, president, 358-1692, or
obtain them at the door. Guests
are welcome.
• • •
L'CHAYIM LODGE will hold an
open membership meeting and
sports night 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Somerset Building, on 10 Mile Rd.,
Southfield. A Detroit Red Wings
star will be present.
• • •
HENRY MORGENTHAU CHAP-
TER will hold its annual bazaar
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. A. Olshansky, 14420 Ver-
non, Oak Park. Hanuka gifts and
boutique items will be among the
featured items. Refreshments will
be served. Guests are welcome.
• • •

vice president of Bnai Brith, will
speak at a 10:30 a.m. brunch Sun-
day at Cong. Bnai David, presented
by the Bnai Brith Youth Services
Appeal in conjunction with the
forthcoming Humanitarian Award
Dinner at which the Bnai Brith will
honor Joseph L. Hudson Jr.
The brunch is one of several
affairs preceding the Humanitarian
Award dinner, scheduled for 6 p.m.
Dec. 6 at the Statler-Hilton Hotel.
For tickets, call Bnai Brith, 354-
6100, Ext. 20.

Irwin I. Cohn, dinner chair-
man for the Humanitarian Award
affair, will host the brunch, with
Louis Weber, chairman of the
special gifts committee.

Rabbi Kaufman, as chief admini-
strative officer of the world's
largest Jewish service organization,
directs activities in more than 40
nations and has both policy and
operational responsibilities in di-
recting the complex of Bnai Brith
programs. He was keynote speaker
launching the $250,000 Bnai Brith
Youth Services Appeal in the De-
troit metropolitan area.

• • •

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ST. LOUIS (JTA) — Herman
Edelsberg, director of Bnai Brith's
International Council, asserted that
when President Nixon "blew the
whistle" on Egyptian missile viola-
tions in the Suez Canal zone, the
Soviet Union was "jolted" because
it had thought that the United
States was "so committed to the
continuation of Middle East peace
talks during a national election
that it would have to swallow the
provocation."
Addressing Jewish leaders at a
conference sponsored by the BIBC
and the Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council of St. Louis, Edels-
berg praised President Nixon for
his "forthright response" to the
missile challenge.

Across from Grienfield's

Joey Adams will be the guest
star at the Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity dinner-dance, 8 p.m.
Nov. 14 at the Hotel Pontchartrain,

it was announced by Dr. Richard
D. Williams, president of the De-
troit AO Alumni Chapter. Dr. Eric
Billes is dinner chairman and Dr.
Sheldon Mintz will be toastmaster
at the third annual affair on behalf
of Israel. Bonds'.. .".
The dinner dance will honor Ii:.
Nfaftin Naithark; preSident of the

Detroit District Dental Society.
For reservations call 352-6770.

been founded in France and will
join moshavim and kibutzim in
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Naftali IsraeL
Bar Giora, deputy director of the
Jewish Agency's immigrant and
CANDID SPECIALISTS
absorption department, reported
that two new &Ilya circles have

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OPEN
EVERY SUNDAY

MISS CAROL WHITEMAN
Mr. Sol Whiteman of Chelten-
ham, Pa., announces the engage-
ment of his daughter Carol to
Henry Sillman of Caracas, Vene-
zuela, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Sillman of Southfield Rd., South-
field.
Miss Whiteman, daughter of the
late H. Jayne Whiteman, attended
C. W. Post College of Long Island
Jay Kaufman
University, and Chateau Mont-
in Lausanne, Switzerland.
to Attend Brunch Choisi
Her fiance was graduated from
Michigan State University and at-
for Bnai Brith
tended Oxford University.
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
A June wedding is planned.

Bnai Brith Lauds Nixon
for Missile Crisis Retort

anniversary
special !

Carol Whiteman to Wed
Mr. Sillman of Caracas

Hillel Official Due
at Sunday Supper
on MSU Campus

Rabbi Oscar Groner, assistant
national director of Hillel Founda-
tions, will speak on "Hasidic
Stories: a Source of Jewish Theol-
ogy" at Sunday evening supper in
the Hillel House, Michigan State
University. On Nov. 15, Dr. Barnett
Rosenberg of the biophysics depart-
ment, who recently discovered a
new poscible cure for cancer, will
be the dinner speaker.
A creative Havdala service, plan-
ned for Nov. 14, will be followed
by a hayride.
Regular weekly Mel activities
include an Israeli folkdance group,
beginning and advance Hebrew
classes in cooperation with Israeli
students, a discussion group on
contemporary Jewish issues and a
seminar on Judaism. Each Friday
evening, there is a kabalat Shabat
service followed by dinner. Each
Saturday morning, Shabat services
are followed by kidush.

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Irwin Laudau would like all his Mends and customers

to stop in and see him or call DI 1-1607.

Pittsburgh Hillel Starts
Draft Counseling, Classes

PITTSBURGH (JTA)—The first
draft counseling service under
Jewish auspices in Pittsburgh. a
Free University of Judaism and a
projected student newspaper are
among the new projects organized
for the current school year by the
Hillel Foundation here, the latest
agency to affiliate with the United
Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh.
The Hillel Foundation provides
legal counsel and a social worker
to consult with Jewish students, on
their options in regard to the draft,
according to Rabbi Boris Rackosky,
the foundation's new executive di-
rector.
The Free University currently
offers courses in Hebrew mysti-
cism, contemporary Jewish iden-
tity, Jewish laws and customs, con-
cepts of Talmud, a century of
Jewish revolution, as well as class-
es in the prayerbook, Bible, proph-
ets and modern Hebrew literature.

Branch Seven to View
a New Israeli Movie

An Israeli movie evening of
Branch 7 Poale Zion will take
place 8 p.m. Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenberg,
20038 Cooley.
A late film, "We Are the Under-
ground," will be shown. Joseph

ffeit, , membership chairman; in-
vites friends:
For information, call Mrs. Green-
berg, 537-7497:

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Betty and Bach alien of

W. Hemstead, N.Y.

at our

Annual Exhibit
of
Antique Jewelry

at

JULIARD'S

BLOOMFIELD PLAZA, BIRMINGHAM, MICH.

Friday, November 13, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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