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January 14, 1972 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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Area Lawyer Gets
Coveted Honor

League Member Groups to Show Their Stu

Tau Epsilon Rho Law Fraternity,
at its national convention in Chi-
cago, elected Gabriel Moscow, De-
troit area attorney, as its supreme
executive chancellor.
Other Detroit area 'attorneys
elected to high. national offices_
were: Benjamin J. Safer, supreme
graduate bursar: Frederick B.
Gold, supreme-editor; Harry Klein,'
supreme liaison officer; and Dan-,
lel S. Weiss, supreme associate
editor. -
Three-chap ;la of, the fraternity
are located Detroit, at Wayne .
State University, Detroit College,
ofi,-*Law-and the Detroit Graduate
Chapter:

Rep.• Griffiths to Talk
at Cant; Beth Moses

Beth Moses Men's 'Club Tallis
and Tfillin, Club. w i 1:1 present
U.S. 'Congresswoman Martha W.
Griffiths from.. Detroit's 17th Dis-
trict, 11 a.m: Jan:. 23 at the syna-
gogue. The • Public is - welcome,
and breakfast'. will be served af-
ter 9:30 services:

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The Leagie of "JeWish - Winnen'stirganitations Will hold its anneal
organizational displais competition next month, with 'several constit-
uent groups taking part. Chairman for the displays is Mrs. Leo Ordle
<second from left), assisted by Mrs. Martin Cole (left) and Mrs. Jules
Sanders (right). With them is. Mrs. Howard B. Appelman, president
of the League.

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Mis. Howard B. Appelman, pres-
ident of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Greater
Detroit, will initiate a mew concept
for the annual organizational dis-
plays so the community will `be
made aware of the projects of the
league's constituent groups.
Chairman for the displays is
Mrs. Leo Ordin, assisted by Mrs.
Jules Sanders and Mrs. Martin
Cole.
Displays will be exhibited at
Harvard Row Shopping Center,
Feb. 10-14. There will be a tea at
the Empress Gardens Feb. 10 and
11, from 2 US 4 p.m. Hostesses for
the tea will be the presidents of
the participating organizations.
Judging will be on content, ar-
tistic quality and originality. A
popular vote by the public will
comprise the fourth award. On

Visitor Touched
by Hospital Patients

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to l'evr Individual Taste"



We are each our own devil, and
we make this world our hell:—
Oscar Wilde,.

LETTER BOX

and His ORCHESTRA

amages

SHUDOESKY - STERNBERG:
Adele Ann Sternberg beiame the
bride of Chanoch Shudofsky recent-
ly in a ceremony Performed in
Israel. The bride .is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. T. George Stern-
berg of Essexville, Mich. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Shuddsky. The couple
will reside in Long Island.

LONDON,

Zan Gilbert

THE,LOtTIOIT:JEWISH
441; 1972" -

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(The following is a report on a
visit by Downtown Fox, Bnai
c
Brith, to the Veterans Hospital.)
Editor, The Jewish News:
Tuesday, Jan. 4, was a snowy
slippery night. The MC could not
come. The accompanist was sick.
The six-piece - rock group was an
hOur late and had only three play-
ers. The. lead singer had had a
baby the night before and ii7io of
the players Were sick. But the
show
must' go. on.
Phone
Irene Pianin of the Oak Park
549-7170
Symphony sap& The. men seemed
to enjoy singing along with Irene
the most.. The rock group Wan
loud, and we were holding our
ears. There were about 100 vet-
erans, including a few women.
Half -of them were in wheel
chairs. Some on
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and: pointed to what he wanted.
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- Or the toothless veteran who
laughed when I asked him to take
*Oft cake and said, "I don't have.
much of a sweet tooth, as YOU
.are plainly see," but took some

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the panel are Lester Arwin, N.
Brewster Broder, Rabbi Hyman
Donin, Sam Fields, 'Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Maxwell Jospey, Dr. Sam
Krohn, Mrs. Allan Rubiner, Max
Sbaye, Carmi Slomovitz and Rabbi
M. Robert Syme.
Winners ' will be announced at
the League's annualimeeting 11:30
a.m. Feb. 14 at Shaarey Zedek
Synagogue. Program chairman
Mrs. Norman E. Kanter said a
panel of mayors will discuss "Our
Beleaguered Earth."

Jeronie Weidman
to Speak Here -

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The men's club of. Cong. Bnai
David will present author and
playwright Jerome Weidman
8:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the syna-
gogue. Weidman received the
Pulitzer Prize for the Play
"Fiorello" and recently ,com-
pleted another - novel, "Last Re-
spects." Among Weidman's 17
novels are "I Can Get It for You
Wholesale," "The Enemy Camp"
and "Fourth Street East" His
Short stories have appeared in
the New Yorker, Saturday Eve-
ning Post and other major maga-
alnes'in this country and abroad.

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