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February 17, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-17

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Many Detroiters to Attend Israel
Bond Conference; Col. Gershon at
Local. Leadership Dinner on Feb. 22

A large delegation of Detroiters
will play an active role in the
national 1961 inaugural confer-
ence of the State of Israel Bond
Organization in Miami _ Beach,
March 3-5. The conference will
celebrate the Bar-Mitzvah year
of the State of Israel and the 10th
anniversary of Israel Bonds.
Those planning to attend include:

Tom Borman, honorary Israel
Bond chairman, and Mrs. Borman,
Women's Division associate chair-
man; Mrs. Theodore Bargman,
Women's Division honorary chair -
man; Phillip Stollman, High Holy
Day Israel Bond chairman; Mrs. Max
Stollman, Women's Division co-
chairman, and Mr. Stollman; Nor-
man Allan, Israel Bond vice-chair-
man and Mrs. Allan, Women's Divi-
sion Builder chairman; Mrs. Joteph
Katchke, Women's Division co-chair-
man and Mr. Katchke; Mrs. Philip
Helfman, honorary Women's Divi-
sion chairman and Mr. Helfman;
Mrs. Harry Nachman, Women's
Division sponsor chairman and Mr.
Nachman; John E. Lurie. steering
committee chairman and Mrs. Lurie;
Mrs. Harry Kay, Women's Division
associate chairman.

The guest of honor at the three-
day conference will be Abba
Eban, Israel's Minister of Educa-
tion. The conference will be held
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Admission to the Israel 13th
Birthday celebration on March
4, will be a minimum purchase
of $1,300 in Israel Bonds.
The main conclave will be
preceded by the premiere of the
Italian-Israeli fashion show on
March 3, sponsored by the
tional Women's Di
Israel Bonds.
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by a $1,300
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will be a Bar-Mitzvah Year Spon-
sor luncheon, with Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt as guest.
In. Detroit, the Bar-Mitzvah
Year Israel Bond program will
be inaugurated at a leadership
dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m.,
Feb. 22, at. Holiday Manor.
The guest of honor will be Col.
Shoshana Gershom, women's
affairs- attache at the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington. She is a
former commander of Chen, the
Women's Army of Israel, and
was decorated for bravery dur-
ing the Sinai Campaign.
She served in the Haganah and
during World War II served in
the Jewish Brigade of. the
British army and saw service in
Egypt and Italy. She was ap-
pointed commander of Chen in
1951 and served for eight years.

Burt Shifman Seeks
Re-election to 2nd Term
as Oak Park Judge

Incumbent candidate for Oak
Park Municipal judge, Burt Shif-
man is active in community af-
fairs as a trustee and committee
chairthan of the Oak-Woods
Lodge of Bnai
Brith and co-
chairman o f
the Metro-
politan Detroit
Bnai Brith
Council.
Shifman,
who has held
the judgeship
for four years,
is a graduate
Shifman
of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where he also re-
ceived his master's degree, and is
an alumnus of the Wayne State
University Law School. He is a
member of the American' Judica-
ture Society,, admitted to practice
before the United States Supreme
Court and belongs to the Michigan
Association of Municipal Judges.
The attorney, also a member of
Cong. Beth Shalom, has served on
the school board, was affiliated
with t
and Boy Scouts,
and
TV
the Oak Park
e
'ef Committee,
it and Coun-
rganizations
of the Junior
erce, a direc-
ark Rotary, and
he South Oakland
e of the National
ce of Catholics, Jews and
estants.

JACK BALAMUT of Milburn
Ave., Livonia, recently returned
from the Dry Cleaners' Insti-
lute annual convention in Phila-
delphia.

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OAK PARKERS stand up and
be counted . . . That is, on Feb.
20, the date of the primary
election . . . Statistics are usual-
ly a very dull bit of info, but
the following is pathetic . . .
In 1959, only 21.7% of the regis-
tered voters came out for the
primaries and just 36% cast
ballots in the general election
. • . To show the importance of
one vote, in The recent Oak
Park school board election, only
7% of the voters turned out to
vote . .. The election resulted
in a tie for two candidates .. .
and the dead heat was decided
by drawing straws . . . Imagine,
a straw that broke a candidate's
back! . . . Americans are the
only people who will cross an
ocean to fight for democracy,
but won't cross the street
vote in an election
e-
member the date, 0
,
Feb. 20 . . . S
tip at the
voting booth
cast your vote!

Nathaniel H. Goldstick, corpora- more than 500 men and their sons
t . ion counsel for the City of De- who first attended a 7:30 Mass
troit, was the principal speaker at St. John "Church and then a
at last Sunday's Annual East Side breakfast in the Knights of
Holy Name Rally given by St. Columbus Clubrooms.
John Church of Essexville, a
Goldstick was invited to be the
suburb of Bay City. speaker by Bay City Mayor
The rally was attended by James L. Tanner, a member of
the He
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Young Israel Donates
Israel as Detro
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to the International Co
Books to WSU Lib
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Some 50 books were r
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donated by the Young I el of .o
our
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Detroit to the Wayne St
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the
versity Library, it
an-
nounced by Rabbi Sam
H.
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Inner at DARBY'S
cil of Metropolitan Detroit, and
is a- real treat
by Hillel Abrams, branch presi-
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SKYLIGHT
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ture and represent a cross-sec-
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THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
in uniform binding. The most
Delight
valuable single item is the exten-
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sive Bialik-Ravnitzky edition of
A Pleasure
the famous medieval poet Solo-
mon Ibn Gabirol.
Alfred A. Greenbaum, cata-
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The father, George Green, has
been playing trombone and vio-
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Fine American and Italian Food
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Goldstick Addresses Bay City's
Annual East Side Holy Name Rally

Parking Facilities . .. Carry-Out Service

A MONUMENT DEDICATED
7101 PURITAN—Open 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.—UN
I to veterans killed in action will
be erected in front of the Oak
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Park City Hall . . . It's an idea CLAM SHOP and BAR
first brought up by Maurice J. Serving Oysters, Clams, LOBSTERS, Steaks and Assorted S
Noble, past commander, when Music by Muzak
2675 E. GRAND
the Oak Park Post was formed
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daily. Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
bricks are being sold by Oak BEEF BUFFET
19371 W. 8 Mile, 1 BIk. E. of Ev
Park veterans to raise funds
for
completion
of
the
monu-
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Beautiful new Banquet Rooms accomodating fro 30
Chicorels' to
300 For Weddings, Anniversaries, Bowling,
ment, which is expected to be
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Dancing Nightly DON PABLO ORCHEST
Kenwood
erected in time for Memorial
OPEN SUNDAY
1 Day, May 30 . .. Maurice, over-
FENKELL COR. TELEGRAPH KE. 7-73
all chairman of the Veterans
Memorial
Association,
is
in
I charge of the monument pro-
ject, assisted by Joe Cohen, Oak
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RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
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