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February 10, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-10

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Noted Community
Leader, R. 114-arwil
Marks 80th Year

ROBERT MARWIL

A distinguished community
leader whose participation in
many causes has left indelible
marks here, Robert Marwil will
celebrate his 80th birthday on
Feb. 20.
He was born in Detroit on
that date in 1881.
A leading Zionist for many
years, Marwil is noted for his
activities for the Allied Jewish
Campaign and his encourage-
ment for investments in Israel
through the Palestine Economic
Corporation.
On one of his visits to Israel,
he served as representative of
the United Synagogue of
America.
Marwil was chairman of the
Keren Hayes o d (Palestine
Foundation Fund) campaign in
1923-24, served Cong. Shaarey
Zedek as president and served
on its board for many years
and was an active board mem-
ber of the Hebrew Free Loan
Association and the House of
Shelter.
He was also president of the
United Hebrew Schools and the
Zionist Organization of Detroit.
A cap manufacturer for 25
years, Marwil was a member of
the Wayne County Board of
Supervisors for two years.

JWVWomenPlan Youth Education League Presents
Men's Clubs Members Party Annual Benefit 'Cabaret Luncheon'

Alan NI. Vosko will be installed
master 'councilor of Mosaic
C h a p t e r, Order of DeMolay,
8:30 p.m. Feb.
18 in the Greek
Ionic Room of
the Masonic
Temple. A din-
ner will pre-
cede the cere-
monies at 6:30
p.m. in the
Colonnade
Room. Dancing
will follow the
rituals. Guests Vosko
are invited. Alan is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Vosko, 19500
Burgess. He is a student at Henry
Ford High School.
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* *
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA
PHARMACEUTICAL FRATER-
NITY will hold a charity fund
dinner dance 6:30 p.m. March
5 at the Latin Quarter, Wood-
ward and Grand Blvd., an-
nounces President Nathan Pack.
Planning the event also are May-
nard Cutler, Harold Dean and
Manuel Katzman. For informa-
tion, call Pack, DI 1-3822. Pro-
ceeds will go to Alpha Zeta
Omega charity and scholarship
fund. Friends are invited.

In observance of Jewish Music
Month, the CONG. SHAAREY
ZEDEK MEN'S CLUB will pre-
sent "An Evening with Jewish
Music" 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the social hall. Cantor Jacob
Sonenklar and Cantor Reuven
Frankel will be featured in the
program, as well as Dan Froh-
man and the choir, and Rebecca
Frohman, accompanist. Special
guest artist will be Marjorie
Gordon, lyric coloratura soprano,
who is general director and star
of the Detroit Opera Theater.
The program will consist of a
wide variety of Jewish music—
liturgic, Yiddish, Israeli, and
English — in solos, duets, trios,
and choral works.

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ter, Audrey Lynn.
* *
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heila Katz), 24652
ak Park, a son,

* *
To Mr. and Mrs.
Marilyn Glasier)
e., a daughter,

Mr. and Mrs.
Rosen (Rosalie
0 Whitmore, a
ie Jayne.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. San-
rt (Leba Cutler),
folk, a daughter,

Plans for the second annual
paid-up-membership party of the
Ladies Auxiliary of Michigan's
Jewish War Veterans, to be held
12:30 p.m., Feb. 21, at the Bnai
Moshe, are now in the final
stages, reports Mrs. Albert
Rosen, department president.
Mrs. Sidney Cohen, member-
ship chairman, announced the
following appointments; M r s.
John Nemon and Mrs. Phillip
Bernstein, program; Mrs. Ben-
son Leet, arrangement; Mrs. Sol
Amster, invitation; Mrs. Phillip
Weinstein and Mrs. Morris Tu-
lipman, luncheon; Mrs. Marvin
Glanzrock, gifts, and Mrs. Mor-
ton Oppenheim, coordinator.

Steven I. Victor
Issues Call to Voters
for Feb. 20 Primary

A native Detroiter and grad-
uate of the Wayne State Univer-
sity Law School in 1950, Steven
I. ' Victor is a
candidate f o r
Detroit Com-
Moil Pleas
Court judge.
The primary
will be held
Feb. 20.
Victor is a
World War II
veteran and a
past president
of the Detroit
chapter of
Tau Epsilon
R h o, national
Jewish law fra-
ternity. He is
also a member
of Cong. Aha-
vas Achim.
Victor
Victor urges
registered voters to cast their
ballots in the prithary
It is estimated, he sa
9-12 per cent of
voters will go

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Leaders of the Youth Education League's coining donor
event, a "Cabaret Luncheon" to be held noon Wednesday at the
Elmwood Casino, are shown here with one of the many youngsters
who benefit from the organization's efforts. The little girl is
Theresa Page, at the Cerebral Palsy Center. The women are.
from left, Mesdames Jules Sanders, president; Jack Munson,
pledge fund chairman; Maurice Glasier, membership chairman;
Marvin Rosenberg, fund-raising chairman; and Robert Lewiston,
program chairman.

* * *

Youth Education League will
hold its annual donor event,
"Cabaret L u n c h e o n," noon
Wednesday at the Elmwood
Casino, featuring Jane Morgan, M
singing star of stage, radio and M
TV.
The show will climax a fund-
raising drive which began last
September under the leader -
of President Mrs. Jules Sanders.
ith a membership of more
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