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March 31, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, March 31, 1961 — 22

JNF Slates Youth Fete
for Independence Day

Pioneer Women Launches Activities Schiff Commends Itshovitz-facobs
Marking World Jewish Child's Day Detroit Jews for Engagement Told
Their Aid to JNF

Planning for the initial phase of Pioneer Women's annual
World Jewish Child Day campaign are (from left) Mesdames
Bernard Chaims, dance co-chairman; Wilbur Shapiro, dance
chairman, and Saul Rose, overall chairman. Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women launches the commemorative campaign • with a
dance, featuring Panchito and his orchestra, April 8 at Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
* * *
Mrs. Sam Wasserman, presi- movement) Through this pro-
dent of Detroit Council of Pio- gram, over 100,000 children
neer Women, announces that have been brought to Israel
Mrs. Saul Rose will serve as from 75- countries and rehabili-
general ; chairman of Pioneer tated in special children's "vil-(
Women's annual observance of lages, settlements and institu-
World Jewish Child's Day.
tions. .
Hailing the Bar Mitzvah Year
Activities on behalf of this
of Israel, in conjunction with event will open with a dance
Youth Aliyah's 27th anniver- April 8 - at Adas Sholom Syna-
sary, Mrs. Wasserman outlined gogue with Panchito and his
• t to facilitate orchestra. Mesdames Wilbur
the three-
rogram Shapiro and I. Chaims will serve
the cum pa
chil- as chairmen for this initial
on
in event in the spring campaign.
dr
A cannister drive in which
fla- several hundred members of
iginally dedic
sh Pioneer Women will participate
orate the 1,5
azi locally is scheduled to begin
c dren killed
d's April 16 continuing through
holocaust, Worl
of April 23. Chairing this second
a me
day no • s
Pio- phase of the campaign will be
ities
furth i
escue Mesdames Albert .H e r m a n,
Child
neer
Aliyah Louis Diamond and E. Markov-
Yout
Progra
igration sky.
(child res e and i
Also participating will be a
number of children who will
receive "Todah" (thank-you)
certificates for each coin book
filled to help their little friends
abroad. This phase of the cam-
paign will be sponsored by the
Individual chapters of Pioneer
Women.

JWV Activities

LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXIL-
IARY will meet April 11 at the
JWV Memorial Home to make
plans to service the Ann Arbor
Veterans Hospital and for the
coming joint installation with the
Post. Hostesses for the meeting
will be Mesdames Esther Hecker
and Florence Sriro.
* * *.
The next meeting of the SOL
YETZ-MORRIS COHEN AUXIL-
IARY will be held Monday eve-
ning at the home of Raye Wei-
mer, 21150 Pembroke. Hostesses
will be Kaye Weimer and Sarah
You'll love
Kaminsky. Anne Rubin, chair-
man, announces the annual Moth-
ers and Daughters Day affair will
be held May 8 at Mabel's Tea
CHEF 130Y-AR- DEE
Room, 13031 W. Seven Mile. For
information and reservations,
call Mrs. Rubin, KE 5-4031.
* * *
CHARLES AND AARON KO-
GAN AUXILIARY will hold elec-
Just heat 'n'eat! tion of officers 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the home of Marilyn Ep-
Oak Park.
Hear family, guests, cheer for stein, 22120 * Church,
* *
that real Italian flavor created by
CHARLES AND AARON KO-
famed Chef Boy-Ar•Dee. Tender GAN POST will hold its annual
little macaroni pies...filled with election April 30 at the JWV
Memorial Home. Guest speaker
tangy Italian Cheesewsimmered will be William Cohen of the
with savory tomato sauce and American Jewish Congress and
cheese... seasoned the real Ital- member of the executive com-
of the Jewish Community
ian way. So much tastier and mittee
Council. The annual "Man of the
easier than the frozen kind. So Year" award will be presented
much thriftier, too costs only to Cohen.

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Albert Schiff, president of the
Jewish National Fund of
America, in a statement issued
this week, commended Detroit
Jewry for its support of the
JNF and urged continued ef-
forts in behalf of the Israel
reclamation agency. Linking his
commendations with a Pass-
over appeal, Schiff stated:
"In the first years of the or-
ganized Zionist movement, the
Jewish people created a tool
to carry out this process of re-
demption in all its aspects. This
tool is the Jewish National
Fund, the Karen Kayemeth Le-
israel. It is this fund, nurtured
by the contributions of millions
of Jews in all lands, rich and
poor alike, that gradually re-
deems the land of Israel..
"The job of redemption now
is mainly a physical one. Israel
is a sovereign Jewish State, but
the Jewish National Fund re-
mains the instrument of the en-
tire Jewish people. By virtue
of its recent agreement:with the
government of Israel, the JNF
has been charged with sole re-
sponsibility for the rehabilita-
tion and development of Israel's
land.
The JNF is performing much
the same tasks as
than fifty year
ut on
much vaster
grander scale.
The need
greater, for th
populati
Israel h
quadru d in
st
years one.
folio
g a .
It ha raine
and now r
of J ea and
conve d the
unes of the
Coasta
garden spot
and is n - a work on the
tough, th ny eg
"The ewish -
tional F'
has ea ed and
tinued upport o
especi ly the Je
ier
"Ther is no m
app pr
time t consider the activ*
and ne
of the . Jewish
al Fund
n Passqver
day of re

A youth celebration of Israel
pre-
Independence Day ill
es
sented under
d 2:30 p.m.
Jewish Nati
Leon Fram Hall
April 16
ael.
of Tem
n . ers are invited.
All
r
Th . eve is co-sponsore
shomer Hatzair,,
the
Uni
Synagogu
State T
Bri Youth
Mi . sha and
ebr
Sch 1.

MISS ANITA ITSKOVITZ
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Itskovitz
of Indiana Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Anita, to Melvin Jacobs, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jacobs of
Talbot Ave., Huntington Woods.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University's Col-
lege of Education and is affil
iated with Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority. Her fiance is a student
in Wayne State University's
College of Pharmacy and is
affiliated with Phi Sigma Delta
fraternity. An August wedding
is planned.

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Robert R. Nathan, president
of the consulting firm of Robert
R. Nathan Associates, Inc., of
Washington, D.C., and distin-
guished economist, well known
in high execu-
tive and legis-
lative circles
in the United
States as well
as to the
heads of many
foreign gov-
ernments, has
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of directors of
the B. Mani-
schewitz Com-
pany, Bernard
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States, Nathan is now serving
as economic adviser to Vietnam,
Israel, Puerto Rico' and El
Salvador. He and his firm have
also served Burma, Colombia,
France, Iran, Ghana and Korea.
Nathan is well known, not only
for his present, but also his
early works on behalf of the
State of Israel. In 1946, • he was
co-author of "Palestine, Prob-
lem and Promise." He is author
of "Mobilization for Abundance"
and other books and reports.

JOSEPH GREENLEAF of
Scarsdale, N.Y., has been ap-
pointed chairman of the con-
ference of the Reconstructionist
Fellowship of Congregations to
be held April 27 to 30, at Beth
Shalom Synagogue, White Plains,
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