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December 25, 1959 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, December 25, 1959- 14

Auxiliary Launches Independence Forest Drive

A record number of volunteer workers has been enrolled by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish National Fund to secure the funds necessary for the establishment of the Detroit portion
of the Independence Forest in Israel. The annual fund-raising project will culminate with a
donor tea, to be held at 12 noon, Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Temple Israel. Leaders in this year's fund-
raising drive, including the JNF division chairmen, shown above, are, left to right: Seated,
Mesdames W. Klafer, N. Rosin, M. Winston, William Levin, B. Nosan, H. Newcorn and D.
Stewart; standing, Mesdames P. Zeff, S. Pearlman, H. Portnoy, J. Seidman, J. Ring, G. Bayer,
S. Lifsitz, B. Deytshe, I. Kardener and J. Kraft. Mrs. Levin is chairman of fund-raising. Mrs.
George Lerner is president of the JNF Auxiliary. Plans for the drive and the donor tea will
be formulated at a meeting of the JNF Auxiliary board at the home of Mrs. Jule Kraft,
3104 W. Outer Dr., on Tuesday.



Emphasis on Culture Convention Will Display Many
at Third Hadassah
Sides of Bnai Brill' Youth
Education Seminar

Classified ads bring fast results!

Camp Petosega Teens
to Get Driver Training

Driver training for teen-age
campers will be an additional
service offered next season by
Camp Petosega, it was an-
nounced this week by Leonard
Baruch and Bertrand Sand-
weiss, camp directors.
Arrangements - have been
made with the Michigan Depart-
ment of Public Instructon and
the Inland Lakes Schools to
provide a full course in driver
training, the same as that of-
fered in available D e t r o i t
schools. Credits may be trans-
ferred.
Registration for the course
should be made along with reg-
ular camp registration. There is
no additional charge for the
course, the directors said.
For further information, call
Baruch, UN. 4-7629; or Sand-
weiss, LI. 6-0522.

SAM ROSENBLAT

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AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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FIRST GALICIAN SOCIETY OF DETROIT

Proudly Announces its

ANNUAL FESTIVE DINNER DANCE

On The Eve. of the 7th Hanukah Candle

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31st — 8:30 P.M. to ? ?

Cocktails • Dinner • Dancing to Music of
Hershel Leib and His Orchestra

The many facets of the BnaiiThree keynote speakers will ad-
The Detroit Chapter of Ha-
At the Nusbaum Hall of
Brith Youth Organization will I dress the .gathering in the next

Beth Abraham Synagogue.
dassah will continue its educa-
be highlighted at this year'sifive days. They are: Dr. Leonard
A Limited Number of Reservations Available,
tion series with a presentation annual convention of the Mich-lMoss, professor of sociology,
on "The au Courant in Jewish
CALL MORRIS GOLDSMITH at UN 2-6302
igan Region of BBYO. Included !Wayne State University; Sol
Art, Music and Drama" at 9:30
Sam Kaufer, President.
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will be religious, cultural, ath- Littman, Michigan director of
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Bnai
Brith
Anti-Defamation
letic, social and community Ithe
16240 W. 7 Mile.
i League; and Marcia Lefkowitz,
service activities.
Mrs. Frank Lowenberg, a
The convention begins today international first vice presi- I
member of Hadassah's. Yavrah and will run through Tuesday. dent of the Bnai Brith Girls. I p
Study Group. will make the
Miss Lefkowitz is from Cleve- ;
presentation, according to Mrs.
land, and is a freshman at
George Rubin, education vice- S. Kane Re-Elected Ohio State University.
16221 W. 8 MILE RD.
BR 2-1403
president; and Mrs. Carl Schil-
The convention will convene
Adjacent to Northland Center
to
Head
Knollwood
ler, seminar chairman.
Samuel Kane was re-elected this evening with an orienta-1
Following the program, there
tion and sabbath service at the
HOURLY LIMOUSINE SERVICE TO MAJOR
to a second one-year term as
will be a demonstration and
Hayim Greenberg center, 19161
president of Knollwood Country
AIRPORTS TO AND FROM OUR DOOR.
discussion of techniques in-
Schaefer. Saturday morning
volved in transmitting Hadas- Club at a meeting of the club's services also will be held there.
RESTAURANT ON PREMISES
sah knowledge and information
Saturday afternoon activities
through visual aids.
will be held at Holiday Man-
"The Best for Our Guests"
Mrs. David Warren, of Can-
m
or, and will include various for- i:1
ton, 0., visual aids chairman for
ensic events, such as oratory gm)
El 1
the Central States Region, will
and story telling. A bowling
illustrate how holidays can be
tournament, with 425 delegates
enriched by incorporating art,
participating, will begin at 9
Music and drama. Emphasis
p.m., Saturday, at the State
will be placed on the coming
!Fair Recreation.
holidays of Purim and Pass-
I Seminars as well as volley-
over.
ball, basketball, ping p o n g,
Assisting Mrs. Warren will be
chess and checkers will be held
Mrs. Samuel Yura, Chapter pro-
on Sunday and Monday morn-
gram coordinator. Group presi-
ings and afternoons at Mum-
Kosher Catering
dents, program and visual aid
ford High School. Moss and
chairmen, education and study
Littman will address the AZA
IS NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS
group chairmen are invited to
seminar and Miss Lefkowitz will
FOR A GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE
the seminar, the third in the
speak to BBG.
current series.
A square dance mixer will be
DINNER and DANCE .. .
given Sunday evening at the
SAMUEL -KANE
United Dairy Workers' Hall.
Dinner at DARBYS
newly elected board o f th ree_ The convention dance will be
DINNER • DANCING • FAVORS • SWEET TABLE
held Monday evening in the
is a real treat!
tors.
Hot & Cold Hors D'Oeuvres • Home Made Hungarian Pastries
Named to serve with Kane Crystal Ballroom of the Masonic
Music by: DICK STEIN and His Orchestra
• Visit Our New
were B e r n a r d Siegel, vice- Temple.
SKYLIGHT
The final game of the basket-
For Information and Reservations Call: UN 3-4361
president; David M iro, treas-
ROOM Cocktai.
Lounge and Bar
urer; Sol Eisenberg, secretary; ball tournament will be played
SEVERAL CHOICE DATES AVAILABLE
(Gerson Bernstein, assistant Tuesday morning, and the cul-
• AFTER
urinating event of the conven
FOR THAT SPECIAL EVENT . . .
THEATRE
1 treasurer; and George Kayes, tion, the Awards Banquet, will
a
Snacks
assistant secretary.
DURING THE 1960 SEASON!
Delight
Dr. J. J. Goode was elected be held on Tuesday evening
• LUNCHEON
to a three-year term on the at Holiday Manor.
A Pleasure
board of directors. Re-elected
to the board were I. B. Dwor-
Resv. UN. 2-7642
man, Harold Gilbert, Joe
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
I Schwartz and E. C. Shumer.
The ninth annual latke party
of the AHAVAS ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB will be held at 8: 30 p.m.,
Sunday, in the synagogue social
hall. Entertainment, prizes and,
1
of course, latkes galore will be
"BON VOYAGE", "SPEEDY
among the evening's features.

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Schedule Dinner-Dance
to Greet the New Year

The third annual New Year's
Eve dinner-dance of the Detroit
Link, Order of the Golden
Chain, will take place Thursday
evening, at Temple Israel.
Among the highlights will be
the serving of hors d'oeuvres,
dinner and breakfast; distribu-
tion of favors and noise makers
and dancing to the music of
Frankie Paul and his orchestra.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Manny Rosen, DI. 1-3950; or
Mrs. Marvin Wolf, LI. 4-3619.

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