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March 24, 1961 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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Local Coeds Named
Sorority Officers

Among the officers of Wayne
State University's 13 social
sororities recently are the fol-
lowing localites:
PHI SIGMA SIGMA: Ruthan
n n a
Chaenko, president; D
Lawson, vice
n;
Ray, corres
mg secretary;
Phyllis W
ecre-
Rosenblatt, eas-
tary; J
urer;
Fran Golden, pledge
mo
MBDA PHI: Arlene
sident; Carolin
esident; Rita

provides that the humane
method used on animals pre-
ceeding slaughter shall be me-
chanical, electrical, chemical or
other means that are rapid and
effective.
During the debate, he argued
that each method is imperfect.
Further deliberation on the bill
was postponed after acceptance
of Blondy's amendments.

Appointment of chairmen and
key members of three major com-
mittees of the Council of Jewiih
Federations and Welfare Funds
was anounced by Irving Kane of
Cleveland, Council president.
The committees and those
named are:
ommittee o
Nati •
my y S.
shi •
evelopmen
us, Jr.
as, chairman,
J
d Justin
igdor of Roches-
er, vice-ch irman. William M.
Wetsman of
troit was appoint-
ed to the
mittee.
Public
elfar
mittee:
K o p
Bernard
New
r S
Haven,
Ay an n
Levy o
•ir or vice-c air
Serving on the Committe
Detroit are Mrs. E
pple-
ore Barg-
an and Mr

nai

Activities

The Young Adult Group of
Temple Beth El will hold a
rollerskating party 9 p.m. Sun-
day at Riverside Rollerskating
Arena, 36635 Plymouth, Livonia.
The party is open to members
and their friends. The group
will meet 8 p.m. at the Jewish
Center on Meyers Rd. for those
wishing transportation. Girls
re requested to wear slacks.

UCING PROBLEM!

ELIMINATE
SURPLUS CALORIES
WITH THE AID OF

ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
It's not what you eat, but what
will hold initiation of new mem-
you retain that adds weight.
MISS SOPHIA SPEVAS
bers 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Pleasant Tasting
O
Only
39c
Large Bottle
Sholem Aleichem Institute. The
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speva
At SAMS and other drug
ceremony will be conducted by of Radclift Ave., Oak Park, an- m
members, of the Council Degree nounce the engagement of their
counters.
Comittee on Israel includes
Team Hyman Crystal, executive daughter, Sophia, to Gerald Max Fisher, Judge Theodore
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secretary, and Alfred H. Bou- Isaacs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Levin and Isidore Sobeloff
nin, Council president. Refresh- Louis Isaacs of Southfield. An
ments will be served. The pro- August wedding is planned.
4i SHOES
gram committee consists. of
Lodge President Sigmunt Ru-
bin and secretaries David Sla- Schwartz on Board
beck and Isaac Greener.
•0
of March of Dimes
* * *
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Ce
to
Alan E. Schwartz
LOUIS MARSHALL LODGE
torney
and CHAPTER join with the and
o
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Many women buy shoes
EDDIE JACOBSON LODGE to
personality, have
they are never able to
be, ected to the board of trus-
present "A Night of Stars"
wear because they don't
fit . . . and they HURT!
of the Wayne County Chap-
p.m. Tuesday, at the
yim
Avoid this. Put your Faith
Greenberg Center. Da
Pacer- ; er, National Foundation for
and your Feet in • . .
program' March of Dimes, it was announc-
WILBUR COON SHOES.
irman f o r ed by Richard Kelley, chairman
e Louis Mar- of the chapter.
THEY FIT!
Lodg e,
Schwartz, a tiv Detroiter, is
h a s obtained
of
Law School
Dan Frohma
w firm
director of
chwartz.
Cong. Sha.
is ire for o unningha
Zedek M
Drug Stores and president
e
Frohma Department, Society of Contributors t
De-
who also di is the Dan Froh- troit Symphony 0
a, also
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man Chorus. o soloists of the serving as vic
ident to the
Near East 6 Mile
Dan Frohma Chorus, Maury orchestra.
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will be Max Sosin, Yiddish ciates, United Community 'Serv-
humorist. Thomas Zohott and ices and Fresh Air Society.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, presidents
of the Louis Marshall Lodge and
Chapter, respectively, welcome
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24, 1961

State Senator Charles S.
Blondy last week offered two
amendments to the pending Bill
No. 1015 in the State Senate,
that provides
for "humane
slaughter."
The amend-
ments, he said,
assure ade-
quate protec-
tion for She-
hita — tradi-
tional kosher
slaughtering.
Never the :
less, Blondy
said, he is op-
posed to the
Blondy bill and will
continue to raise objection to
it.
In the course of,the debate on
the bill last week, Sen. Blondy
charged that the bill was in-
spired by manufacturers of
"stun guns," devices used to
render animals insensible be-
fore they are killed.
"Apparently the manufactur-
ers of stun guns who have sold
their product to some larger
slaughter houses feel that these
stun guns are not moving fast
enough," he said. He intimated
that the manufacturers are spon-
soring the bill to increase sales.
Sen. Blondy's two amend-
ments were passed after debate
on the Senate floor March 14.
One provides that preyious spe-
cific references to "the Jewish
faith" in the original bill be
deleted._The second amendment
reads:
"Nothing in this act shall be
construed to prohibit, abridge
or in any way hinder the relig-
ious freedom of any person or
g r o u p. Notwithstanding any
other provision of this act,
ritual slaughter and the ha-n-
dling or other preparation of
livestock for ritual slaughter
are exempted from the terms
of this act."
Blondy said the original bill

Temple. Beth El Young
Adults Go Skating

Sophia Spevak Will Six Detroit Jewish '
Leaders Named to
Wed Gerald Isaacs CJFWF Committees

25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March

Senator Blondy Assures Shehita
to Be Protected by Amendments

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