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November 27, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-27

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Pi-insrose Benevolent Club Plans -
Annual Donor Luncheon, Dec. 9

Brith Sets Blood Bank Rally
Danny Ras kin' s Bnai
The Metropolitan Detroit place between 6 and 12 p.m.,


Men's and Women's Bnai Brith
Councils will conduct their sec-
ond blood bank rally of the sea-
son next week.
The two-night drive will take

Monday and Tuesday, the first
night at the Dewey School,
Pearson at Stratford, in Oak
Park, and the second night at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.




The donor committee of the Primrose Benevolent Club
meets to plan the annual luncheon, to be held Dec. 9, at Temple
Israel. Pictured, left to right, seated, are Mesdames SAM
GITT, pledge chairman; JOSEPH KOBRIN and NORMAN
GOLDENBERG, journal chairmen; JACK AARON, program;
and WILLIAM BELINSKY, overall chairman; standing, Mes-
dames LOUIS GRUSKIN and HARRY BROWN, pledge chair-
men. In preparation for the donor, a dessert luncheon is
planned for 12:30 p.m., Monday, at Cong. Beth Joseph, when a
noted hair stylist and make-up artist will give a demonstration.

Israel Bonds Honor AcclaimVeteranZionist
2 Women of Valor Itzhak Gruenbaum,

on His 80th Birthday

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

left, and Mrs. PHILIP CUT-
LER were named Women of
Valor Nov_ 19, by the Na-
tional Israel Bond Women's
Division, -at a "Merci Beau-
coup" luncheon at the Jewish
Community Center here. Mrs.
G. Mennen Williams was the
featured speaker. Women of
Valor earn their awards by
accounting for $100,000 or
more • in sales, purchases and
collections of pledges for Is-
rael Bonds. Mrs. Philip Helf-
man, past chairman of the De-
troit Israel Bond women's di-
vision, and herself a Woman
of Valor, made the presenta-
tion of the awards.


Sammy Woolf

And His Orchestra

UN 4-3174
UN 3-8982
UN 3-6501

TEL AVIV—Articles lauding
Itzhak Gruenbaum, veteran Zi-
onist leader, on his 80th birth-
day, appeared in the Israel press
TueSday. Virtually the entire
press, regardless of party affilia-
tion, carried laudatory reports.
Gruenbaum, who is spending
his last years in his retreat at
Kibbutz Gan Shmuel, was sent
a cable by Giora Josepthal, sec-
retary general of the Mapai
party,-that -"in -spite of some dif-
ferences we have always cher-
ished your guidance through
many critical years of the Jew-
ish nation both inside and out-
side of Israel of which you are
•a co-founder:"
A special fellowship will be
founded by Mapai at the He-
brew University in honor of
Gruenbaum who will decide the
course of study.

Radio Broadcast
to Explain Significance
of Borman Lectures

The significance of the Bor-
nan Near Eastern Lecture ser-
ies at Wayne State University
will be discussed at 10 p.m.,
Saturday, over the Jewish Com-
munity Council portion of the
Altman Jewish Hour, on radio
station WJLB.
Participating in the broadcast
will be Abraham and Tom Bor-
man, brothers who established
the series, and Leonard N.
Simons, communal leader and
member of the advisory commit-
tees of the WSU department of
Near Eastern languages and





HERE'S ANOTHER first for
JWV . . . The Department of
Michigan Jewish War Veterans
on Dec. 5 will sponsor the first
public dance to be held in the
new Jewish Center on Meyers
and Curtis . . . Festivities will
begin at 9 p.m. to the rhythms
of Sammy Woolf and his orches-
tra. . . . JWV, in addition to
being the patriotic voice of
American Jewry, maintains a
vast service program. . . . It
includes regular service to all
Veterans hospitals locally, a
child welfare program in the
Wayne County Juvenile Deten-
tion Home, Children's Hospital,
Franklin Settlement Home and
camperships to underprivileged
children. . . . It gives regular
service at the U.S.O., individual
aid to needy veterans' families
and scholarships - to Brandeis
and local universities. . . . An
aid to Israel program includes
the maintenance of a hospital
wing in the Tel Hashomer Hos-
pital. . . . Anyone who has visit-
ed the Memorial Home on Davi-
son knows how dedicated JWV
members are to their causes.
. . . Tickets for the Dec. 5 dance
can be gotten from any JWV
member, at the door or by call-
ing WE 3-0846. . . . Irving Cane
is department commander and
Sara Nemon, auxiliary presi-




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SAYING HIS prayers last
• Wedding Receptions
• Luncheons
week, little Craig Feldman, 6-
• Bar Mitzvah Parties
year-old son of Mollie and Jay
Feldman, ended with, ". .. and
please make Arnie stop throw-
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I've mentioned this before."
RALPH SHOOK, bossman at
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Woodward South of Long Lake Road
was presented with one of three
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University Zionist Group
Slates Musical Evening


30 Years of Electronics

A "do - it - yourself" musicale
will follow an executive board
meeting of the Student Zionist
Organization Sunday evening,
the officers' meeting to be held
at 7:45 p.m. and the musicale
at 8:30 p.m. in the Student Cen-
ter Mart Room at Wayne State
All members and friends are
invited to bring their instru-
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