Bnai Brith Activities
RABBI MANDEL M. ZAGER
LODGE will present its Annual
Feather Party 8 p.m. Tuesday
at the Hayim Greenberg Cen-
ter, 19161 Schaefer. Prizes and
refreshments will be featured.
Friends - are invited.
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, secre-
tary of the National Foundation
for Jewish Culture Inc., will
be a keynote speaker at an
all-day Institute conducted by
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAP-
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the Women's Division of the
TER will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues-
Jewish Welfare Federation, be-
WINDSOR LODGE AND day at the Workmen's Circle,
ginning 9 : 3 0 CHAPTER will hold its joint 18340 W. Seven Mile. , A chil-
a.m. Nov. 30 annual induction and initiation dren's talent show and bake
at- the „Jewish ceremony 9 p.m. Monday at the sale will be featured. Guests
Center, 18100 Windsor Jewish Center, 1641 are welcome.. Refreshments will
Oellette. Harry Yudkoff, past be served.
Mrs. Arthur president of District Grand
I. Gould, Lodge No. 6, will conduct the
chairman, said initiation, assisted by -Milton
t h e Institute Meretsky, Murray Yuffy and initiation of new members Mon-
is called "Pat- Myer Dorn, past presidents of day. Serving on the degree team
tern for Sur- the lodge. Thirty-two new mem- will be Elias Goldberg, Joseph
vival" and bers will be inducted. Refresh- L. Staub, Alfred N. Bounin,
will be de- ments" will be served. The pub- past presidents of the lod
and Hyman Crystal, execu
voted to help- lic is invited.
director, Metropolitan D
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Bnai Brith Council. Partici
MORGENTHAU LODGE will in-the program will be C
lish a pattern
for making be served by the following com- Nicholas Fenakel and the Yo
Dr. Shapiro Jewish life mittee members this year, an- Choir of Cong. Adas Shalom
more vital and more meaning- nounces' President Wilfred and soprano BerishUlric h.
Leon: Philip Needle and Harry Bella Goldberg will be accom-
There will be three work- Levy, Allied Jewish Campaign; panist.
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shops, luncheon at 12:30 p.m., Harvey Weisberg, reqbert Pas-
and Dr. Shapiro's address at man and Robert -Reiss, ADL;
PISGAH LODGE BOWLING
Gerald Gorzeck, Athletics; LEAGUE, comprised of 36
Dr. Shapiro developed the Leonard Brightman and Wil- teams in four divisions, with
cultural program of the Con- liam Reifler, Blood Bank; David one bowling from 7-9:30 p.m.
ference on Jewish Material Sugarman, Hillel; George Tere- and the other three from 9:30
Claims Against Germany. He belo and Bernard Brady, In- p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Thursdays at
was the director of Cultural surance; Edward Chinsky and the Oak Park Lanes, has elected
and Educational Reconstruction Max Rosner, Israel; Herbert a new slate of officers. They are
of the Joint Distribution Corn- Haffner, Leo Kaplan and Hil- Nate Trager, president; Aaron
mittee from 1948 to 1954.
bert Sosin, BBYO; Sidney Cohn, Upon and Carl Wolfe, vice pres-
Workshops are divided into Irving Caplan, Ted Grazis, Her- idents; Henry Zaft and. Morris
three areas of the Jewish Wel- bert Lenter and Irving Davis, Burnstein, secretaries; and Joe
fare Federation's service.
Budget; Seymour Posner and Faudem, treasurer.
The workshop on health and Judge Victor Baum, Citizenship
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welfare services will be called and Civic Affairs; Lester
YUSTER . ROSENBERG
"Design for Living" and is Schoenerg, Hyman Blinder
. and LODGE will hold its annual
under the chairmanship of Mrs. Herman Burton, Fund-raising; Thanksgiving dance 8:30 p.m.
Samuel Linden. Workshop
Alex Adelberg, New Members Wednesday at the Hayim
speakers will be Dr. Harry E.
Indoctrination; Phil Rothschild -Greenberg Center turi
August, psychiatrist and former
chairman, Michigan State Com- and Abe Burnstein, Press and square dancing
mission on Mental Health, and Publicity; Jesse Antman, Lou ties as ca
dated. Dress is cas-
Mrs. Esther Appelman, direc- Fried and Harold Weiss, Pro- be stag
eshments and prizes
tor, health and welfare division, gram; Ray Abrams, Member- ual..
ship; Alan Nathan; Retention; will
Jewish -Welfare Federation.
Mrs. Isadore Winkelman, Marvin Shlain, SCAFV; and
chairman of the workshop on Herbert Capp, Sick and Visit- Be
education and cultural agencies, ing.
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has called her workshop "De-
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
sign for Learning." -Workshop
"The Magic of Sound" will
speakers will be Albert Elazar, SIONAL CHAPTER will hold be the topic of a speech and
director, United HebreW its annual cocktail party 9 p.m. demonstration to be iv
Schools, and Leonard Kasle, Saturday at the Crestwood Professor Edward
member, Detroit _ Board of Ed-
a fund-raising theater ticket to meeting of t
The workshop on community be eligible to attend. The chap- raham Co
relations agencies is under the ter will hold a co-ed r night 9 at the syn
chairmanship • of Mrs. Leonard p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
H. Weiner and is called Design Center, -room 272. Program freshme
will be se
for Harmony. Workshop speak- Chairman Mrs. Myna Moss an-
For in rmation, c
ers are Rabbi Morris Adler and nounces the program will be a and Ma ion G
Mrs. Julian Krolik, member of psychodrama conducted by Ted 6-5934.
the Detroit Commission on
Social Security Benefits
Due Those Past Age of 65
Some 4,000 "residents of
Northwest Detroit and Wayne
County may lose hundreds of
dollars in social security bene-
fits if they do not file an.
application by Jan. 31, 1962.
The people who stand to lose
these benefits are still working
and past the age of 65.
Mr. Baltuck,. of the Detroit
Northwest Social Security Of-
fice, said that many - of these
people may still be under the
impression that earnings of
over $1,200 per year would
cause them to lose all of their
benefits. Baltuck pointed out
that recent changes to the
social security law make it pos-
sible in some cases for a family
to receive some benefits even
though the worker has yearly
earnings of as much as $4,497.
Baltuck urges those who are
65 years of age and over who
are working and have not filed
an application for Social Se-
curity Benefits to contact the
local social security Office at
18500 Grand River Avenue, De-
He who can see three days
ahead will be rich for three
thousand years.—Japanese prov-
IM en's Clubs
A. Panoretos, director of the
Community Relations Depart-
ment of Pontiac State Hospital.
Dues will be accepted at the
door. Guests are invited.
CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSO-
DIM has organized a Tefilin and
Breakfast Club for post-Bar Mitz-
vah boys and their fathers, which
will meet Sunday mornings. For
information, contact the syna-
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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
and men—we con eer-
y banish that ugly un-
facial and body hair
Temple Players Present
`Look Homeward Angel'
195 W. 9 Mile, Ferndale
The Temple Players of Temple
Beth El will present the last two
performances of "Look Home-
ward Angel" 8:30 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday in the Temple's
Memorial Chapel. Tickets
vailable at the door.
Evenings: LI. 7-3912
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Weddings • Bor Mitzvahs • Home Portraits
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