Honor Mitnicks on 40th Anniversary Town-Country Club Nearing Completion; Adds Two to Staff
completion of the Town of the membership committee, only 50 memberships remain
with Gifts of Trees to Israel JNF and With
Country Club "fast becom- state that over 550 families have available. For information, call
Gifts to the Jewish National
Fund continued to pour into the
organization's local office honor-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Mit-
nick on their 40th wedding
Previously, at a dinner party
arranged by the couple's chil-
boards of the Jewish Home for
Aged and Cong. Bnai David.
It was through the Mitnicks'
own suggestion that any tributes
extended to them be made in
the form of trees planted by
the JNF in Israel.
Form Local Chapter
Harry Zuck er has been
elected president of the Detroit
Chapter of the National Society
of Interior Designers. Herbert
Weiss will serve as treasurer of
In celebration of the forma-
tion of NSID in Detroit, Mayor
Miriani proclaimed the month
of Sept. 20 to Oct. 20 as Interior
Design Month in Detroit.
The organization of profes-
sionals is aimed at establishing
the "highest standards of ad-
mission for professional mem-
bers who will serve the public
as professionals, whose obliga-
THE HYMAN MITNICKS
tion it is to contribute to the
dren, a certificate for a grove of well-being, culture and satisfac-
1,000 trees in the name of tion of the public," Zucker said.
Hyman and Minnie Mitnick was
given to them.
Magazine Has Article
The dinner was given by Mr. on Jewish Marriages
and Mrs. Herbert Mitnick. and
The Jewish wedding cere-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weingarten, mony is the subject of a spe-
and was attended by members cial article in the current issue
of the family and friends who of the Modern Bride magazine.
participated in the tree project.
Complete descriptions of the
The couple's grandchildren, two various marriage rituals in the
sisters of Mr. Mitnick, Mes- Orthodox, Reform and Conserva-
dames Z. R. Katz and Ruth tive groups are contained in the
Cohen, and a brother, Meyer, article written by the nationally
and their families also attended. known wedding consultant,
Mr. Mitnick, a pioneer worker Alexandra Potts.
in the Hebrew Benevolent
The article is one of a series
Society, is a past treasurer and on religious marriage cere-
chairman of the cemetery com- monies being published by the
mittee. He also serves on the magazine.
ing a reality," Samuel W. Leib, joined the club ranks, and that Miller, at LI 7-6620.
president, this week announced
a number of appointments.
The club, now under con-
struction at 30333 Southfield,
just south of 13 Mile Rd., has
Full Equipment ... 1960 Models
named Julian L e w i s, former
manager of the Whittier Hotel,
to manage the club's facilities,
Rates: 24 Month; 50,000 miles—
while E. L. O'Keefe has been
$5 day Cadillac; $4 day Thunderbird;
$3 day any Ford or Chevrolet; —
appointed to head up the sports
39c day — optional, all risk insurance
50c doy---optional, maintenance program
In its own newspaper, edited
by George Steinberger, the club
LEON MIRBACH TUxedo 4-7800
has been reporting progress of
McCullagh Leasing, Inc., 15777 Harper
the building, which will be corn-
pleted in time for the annual
New Year's Eve party, headed
by Dr. Benjamin Brand.
Informal tours of the build-
ing have been conducted each
Sunday by Nathan I. Goldin,
Samuel Hechtman and Jack
Sylvan, chairmen of the build-
ing committee. Indoor facilities
alone, they report, cover over
45,000 square feet.
Moe R. Miller, chairman, and
Dr. Herbert Cohen, co-chairman
DOCTORS ! EXECUTIVES ! SALESMEN !
IT PAYS TO LEASE!
Chicagoan to Build
Israel Tourist Hotel
Dewoskin of Chicago, head of a
chain of 17 American midwest
hotels, has accepted a recom-
mendation of the Israel Treas-
ury to build a tourist hotel at
New Address of
RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
Tel. UN 2-8791
May all your fondest wishes
come true ... for you and your
dear ones and for all of Israel.
S.S. Israel, S.S. Zion sail from New
York every third week ... S.S.
Theodor Herzl and S.S. Jerusalem
(in season) sail from Mediterra-
nean ports weekly.
• Stabilizer-equipped for • smooth
• Strictly kosher food
• Cheerful atmosphere of Israel
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NEW YORK 4, N. Y.
METROPOLITAN DETROIT B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL
LEFT TO RIGHT — BACK ROW: Meyer Lullove, Motor City; Julius Kahn, Israel; Sidney Diamond, Stone; Leo
Goldenberg, Zager; Jack Rose, Morgenthau; Robert A. Steinberg, Centennial; Bernard Firestone, Tucker; Albert E.
Goodman, Suburban; Bernard. Sherman, Livonia; MIDDLE ROW: !sear Sandelman, East Side; Albert Gutman, Marshall;
Alexander Gersuk, Pisgah; Israel Eizen, Jacobson; Dr. Sidney Z. Leib, Oak Woods; Harry Weinberger, Metropolitan
Detroit B'nai B'rith Council; Leo Censer, Tikvah; Alex Glick, Herzl; Max Fridman, Einstein; Louis Trotsky, Detroit;
Ben Wettenstein, Brandeis. KNEELING: Arthur Sweet, Frenkel; Herbert Lefkofsky, Rex; Ronald Freeman, Handler;
Yale Phillips, Downtown; Harry Nathan, Keidan; Allan Finnic, Fox; Louis Segel, Bloch. NOT PRESENT: Seymour
Metropolitan Detroit B'nai frrith Council and the Presidents of Its 27 Affiliate
Lodges Extend Greetings to Their Members and Friends for a Year of Health