Weinstein to Address Community Council Opening Delegate Assembly
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LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will hold its mem-
bership party 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Hilda
Grant, 19449 Lesure (disregard
date announced earlier). A Hal=
loween party will be held Oct.
28 at the home of Mrs. Irving
Weintraub, 20566 Murray Hill.
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXIL-
IARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Past Depart-
ment President Mrs. Esther
Feld, 13227 Pembroke, an-
nounces Mrs. Milton S'riro,
president. Mrs..Fay Berman, jr.
vice-president, will report on
the membership party. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Sriro, UN
BLOCH-ROSE POST AUXIL-
IARY will hold a games party
8 p.m. Sunday at the JWV Me-
morial Home, 4095 W. Davison.
Prizes and refreshments will be
featured. Prospective members
are invited. For information,
call Jack Berman, UN 2-1715.
OAK PARK LADIES AUXIL-
IARY will meet 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the JWV Memorial
Home, 4095 W. Davison, for a
luncheon. Prizes, including a
five-day vacation for two at
Oakton Manor, will be given
after an afternoon of games.
For information, call Mrs. Hen-
ry Cahn, LI 6-9096.
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JEWISH NEWS -- Fri day, Octob er 19, 19 62
Stanley J. Winkelman, presi- the NCRAC, these agencies co- \ ber of the board of directors of ship of Mrs. Albert Padover, will
dent of the Jewish Community ordinate programs and co- the Northeast Region. An at- be hostesses at a social hour
Council, announced final pro- operate in the common cause torney, he is a lecturer at the at the conclusion of the meeting.
gram plans for
of Jewish community relations. Harvard Law School and the
In addition to his position as Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
chairman of the NCRAC, Wein- nology.
ga t e Assem-
stein is vice-president of the
Other agenda items for the
bly, to be con-
American Association of Jew- forthcoming Assembly include
v e ii e d 8 30
ish Education, vice-president of remarks on the 25th anniversary
the Council of Jewish Federa- celebration by Sidney M. She-
day at Temple
tions and Welfare Funds, trus- vitz, past president of the Coun-
(Formerly of Dexter Blvd.)
tee of the National - Foundation cil and chairman of the Anni-
for Jewish Culture. a member versary Committee, and a sum-
WYOMING at Pickford
man of the
of the National Council of the mary of Council activities by
Jewish Welfare Board and the the executive director, Walter
Mode to Order
munity Relations Advisory American Jewish Joint Dis- Klein.
A . discussion period will
Re-upholstering - Repairing
Council (NCRAC), Lewis H. tribution Committee, a member follow Weinstein's address. .
M. Goldenberg - S. Kreisman
Weinstein of Boston will ad- of the Board of Overseers of
Sisterhood members of Tem-
dress the Council delegates. He Brandeis University Graduate ple Israel, under the chairman-
will speak on "The Goals of School of Advanced Studies in
Jewish Community Relations." Social Welfare and a member
In keeping with the "Then of the Advisory Committee of
and Now" theme of the Coun- Dropsie College for Hebrew
MRS. LAWRENCE ARAN
cil's 25th anniversary year, Learning.
In a recent double-ring cere- Weinstein will contrast the
In 1957, Weinstein received
mony performed by Rabbi Ben- early defensive activities of the National Brotherhood
jamin Gorrelick and Cantor American Jews with the pres- Award of the National Con-
David Bagley at Beth Aaron ent day efforts to develop con- ference of Christians and Jews
Synagogue, Reisa Katz became structive programming in pur- and currently serves as a inem- .
WE WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAY, OCT. 21 (SIMHAT TORAH)
the bride of Lawrence Aran. suit of positive goals and to
The bride is the daughter of interpret the Jewish comma Alpha Nu Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Katz of Nine nity's concern with general so-
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Mile Rd., Oak Park. The bride- cial and civic problems. He to Hear Bert Levy .
groom is the son of Mr. and
choke meats and poultry.
Alpha Nu Parents Club- will
Mrs. Jules Aran of Northlawn the changes that have occurred meet 8:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at the
in the past quarter century to Madison Dental Supply Co.,
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The bride wore a candlelight the field of Jewish community 15888 Wyoming.
gown of silk taffeta. The round relations.
Guest speaker will be Bert
The Detroit Jewish Commu- Levy, Michigan assistant direc-
neck and short sleeves of the
bodice were accented with re- nity Council is one of the 60 tor of the Anti-Defamation
embroidered seed pearls. The
League. His topic will -,be "Ru-
full skirt, accented with seed tional Jewish agencies which mors and Discrimination."
pearls, fell into a chapel train. are part of the NCRAC. Through
Friends are invited to attend.
The train was adorned with
three tailored roses. Inside each
rose was a cluster of seed
pearls. Her bouffant veil was
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held in place by two matching
roses. She carried white or-
chids and stephanotis on a
Marlene Katz, sister-in-law of
the bride, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Linda Miller,
cousin of the bridegroom; Judy
Cream or Wine
Bennett, Barbara • Faudern,
Plain or Peppered
(In Pure Olive Oil)
Jackie Krentzin and Linda
Dr. Bernard Aran served his
cans 99 c
brother as best man. Ushers
Right to Limit
were Morrey Katz, brother of
the bride; Arthur Dermer,
cousin of the bridegroom; Jerry
Goldberg, Stuart Katz and Ber-
nard Krentzin. Steven Richard
Katz, nephew of the bride, was
After a honeymoon to the
Seattle World's Fair. the couple
White or Pastel
are residing on St. Martins Ave.
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Reisa Katz Weds