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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 27, 1960 —

ctivities in Society

A farewell family gathering honoring Dr. and Mrs. William
Klein and family, who are leaving June 16 aboard the SS Jeru-
salem to take up permanent residence in Israel, will be given
this .Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Klain,
of 22525 Avon Lane, Southfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Levenstein, of San Juan Dr., have left
for a two-week stay in Los Angeles, Calif. During their visit,
they will attend the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew. •
Miss Rochelle Shiffman, of Beverly Hills, Calif., and for-
merly of Detroit, is now visiting with her sister Mrs. Alvin
Solomon, of 20256 Avon.
The Misses Harriet, Myra and Sandra Krause, together with
brother Joel, ages 12 and under, held a fund-raising carnival
among the young residents of Oak Park, in the vicinity of Jerome
Ave. Proceeds, which came to $3.64 were presented to the
American Haven Club, whose activities are concerned primarily
with child rescue work. The entrepreneurs are the children of
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Krause, of Jerome Ave.
Reva Kowalsky and Jerome Stasson will present pupils in a
piano and violin recital at Baldwin Recital Hall, at 8 p.m.
Thursday.

State Delegation at AJC Parley

Zeldon Cohen, president of
the Michigan Council of the
American Jewish Congress, will
lead a state delegation of A. J.
Congress members to the bien-
nial convention of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress being held
this weekend in New York.
The Michigan delegation,
which will include representa-
tives of the various men's and
women's chapters in the Metro-
politan area, will help fashion
A. J. Congress policy for the
next two years.
The convention, which will
include the election of nation-
al officers and a review of A. J.

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Congress programs in civil
rights, civil liberties, interna-
tional affairs and Jewish living,
will be held at the Statler Ho-
tel, and will conclude Memorial
Day.
Several members of the Mich-
igan delegation are expected to
take part in workshops and spe-
cial programs outlining the
work of the Commission on Law
and Social Action, the Commis-
sion on International affairs
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Living.
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ing, Marshall Brenner, Dr. Mel-
vin Nord, Benjamin Burdick,
Harold Norris, Harry Nathan,
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Singer, Frank
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the Women's Division, and Nies-
dames Emanuel Ozer, Morris
Miller, John Sturman, Ralph
Miller, William Martel and
Theodore Bargman.
Norman Perlstein, Midwest
Director of the A. J. Congress,
will join the delegates at the
convention.

8ngagements

The engagement of Miss
Judith F. Kahn and Phillip
Gatov has been announced by
the bride's parents, the Charles
Kahns, of Oak Park. An August
wedding is planned.

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their daughter, Sandra Toby, to
William Lefkofsky, son of Mr.
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groom is a student of the WSU
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affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Phi fraternity.

JWV Activities

Lt. ELI LEVIN POST and
AUXILIARY will hold their in-
stallation of officers, at 8:30
p.m., Monday, at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home,
4095 W. Davison. I r v i n g S.
Cane, department commander,
and his staff will install the fol-
lowing officers of the Post: Irv-
ing B. Feldman, commander;
David Weinberg and Julius Lip-
shaw, vice-commanders; Mau-
rice Bordelove, P.D.C., judge
advocate; Abe Tompkins, quar-
termaster; Joseph Halberg, ad-
jutant; and Benjamin Shiffman,
chaplain. Sarah Nemon, de-
partment president, will install
the following Auxiliary officers:
Ida Phillips, president; Esther
Singerman and Rose Shatson,
vice presidents; Jeanne Polan-
sky, secretary; Esther Phillips,
corresponding secretary; Lillian
Braunstein, treasurer; E m e 1 y
Cutler, historian; Ruth Gold-
sher, guard; Luba Lupiloff, pa-
triotic instructor and Freda
Shiffman, chaplain. A special
hour will follow the ceremonies
with refreshments being served
by the Auxiliary.

Adas Shalom Men
Re-Elect Koenig

Joseph Koenig was recently
re-elected president of the Men's
Club of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, the first president of the
organization to succeed himself
in office.
Elected with Koenig were
Saul Waldman and Jack Kauf-
man, vice-presidents; Dr. Ted
Winshall and Ben Bayer, secre-
taries; and William Zimmerman,
treasurer.
Serving on the board of di-
rectors are Allan Warsen, Aaron
Kutnick, Hy Krupp, Morris Zel-
enko, Dr. Louis Beresh, Herman
Raskin, Charles Benjamin and
Carl Lichtenstein. Appointed to
the board by the president were
George Meyerson and Emanuel
Feinberg.

Gubow to Head. Memorial Home

Lawrence Gubow was elected
president of the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home As-
sociation for the 1960-61 sea-
son at the annual convention of
the association. Serving with
Gubow are: vice presidents, Mrs.
Philip Bernstein, Alfred Brick-
er and Albert Rosen; and treas-
urer, Mrs. Jock Schwartz.
A past Commander of the De-
partment of Michigan of the
Jewish War Veterans, and pres-
ently a member of its national
executive committee, Gubow
also has been active in other
veteran groups. He is judge
advocate of the Detroit Districts
Association of the American
Legion and is chairman of the
legislative committee of the
Allied Veterans Council.
Gubow was National Presi
dent of the 106 Infantry Asso-
ciation and in 1959 was selected
at the Michigan State Fair as
"Michigan's Veteran of the
Year."
The Jewish War Veterans Me-
morial Home Association admin-

isters the Home at 4095 W.
Davison which is maintained as
the shrine to Michigan's Jewish
war dead of World War II and
the Korean action.

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