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January 04, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-04

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Landsinanshaften, JNF Evening of Feldman-Zeiger
Culture, Entertainment on Jan. 24 Rites Solemnized

Rabbi M. Robert Syme will lodges also will conduct a spe-
be the guest speaker and Aaron cial B.B. Martyrs Forest cam-
Rosenberg will be master of paign.
ceremonies at the annual eve-
Harry Kaminer, chairman of
ning of culture and entertain- the committee of Landsman-
ment, Jan. 24, 8:30 p.m. at the shaften, will open the program.
Hayim Greenberg Center.
Maurice Zieger, president of the
Cantor Harold Orbach of B. B. Council, will extend greet-
Temple Israel will be the eve- ings.
ning's soloist.
Since this is also the Month
The evening, jointly sponsor- of Shevat — the tree planting
ed by the committee of Lands- season in Israel—JNF Month is
manshaften for Jewish National dedicated to promotion of more
Fund and the Metropolitan De- intensive activity in behalf of
troit Bnai Brith Council, is the JNF afforestation program.
planned as part of the annual Landsmanshaften societies have
JNF Month in Detroit. undertaken the reclaiming of a
During this period, Bnai Brith large section of land—the New
Detroit Development Area-
Gadot and Mishmar Hayarden.
Both settlements, in Northern
Galilee on the Syrian Border,
of strategic importance to Is-
rael's military defense, were
destroyed during the struggle
for liberation in 1948. Formal
Spartan Dodge will hold its announcements of the adoption
grand opening Jan. 10, it was of the new project, as well as
announced by Paul Newman, the commitments of some soci-
president of the area's newest eties, will be made Jan. 24.
Dodge dealer-
According to Kaminer, the
ship at 211 S.
Jewish National Fund also will
Saginaw, Pon-
pay tribute to all members of
Landsmanshaften societies who
have reached or passed the age
in complete
of 75, by giving them a special
and appropriate citation "for
service, the
their many years of devoted
firm eventual-
and dedicated work in behalf of
ly will employ
the community and Klal Israel."
40 persons.
In keeping with Tu b'Shevat,
Barney Teal
which this year will be Satur-
is sales man- Teal
day, Feb. 9, refreshments will
ager, longtime veteran of the be served. There will be no
automobile business.
solicitation except for admis-
The dealership features a sion, which will be by donation
full line of Dodge passenger of 50 cents.

Newman Gives
Spartan Dodge
Grand Opening


Four local insurance agencies
Oscar Ford Agency, Earl Hordes
Agency, Earl Sayer Agency, and
N. E. Kalliel Agency, represen-
tatives of the COLUMBUS MU-


cars as well as trucks, ranging
from the smallest pick-up to the
largest diesel powered units.
The service department boasts
the latest scientific equipment.
A special offer includes a free
brake adjustment or lubrication
with an oil change.
Newman has been in the
automobile industry for 30
years. For the past 17 years, he
operated a Mercury dealership
in Detroit.
Newman said his building en-
compasses more than 15,000
square feet. It includes car
offices, a customer lounge, an
extensive parts department and
service facility. According to
Newman, his is the only Dodge
Dodge dealership within a 15-
mile radius.
Other department heads, in
addition to Teal as sales man-
ager, are Myrl Fields, service
manager; Bill Stutte, parts
manager; and John Puttman,
The grand opening on Jan.
10 will be a three-day celebra-
tion. Spartan Dodge is located
on the corner of South Saginaw
and Cottage streets in Pontiac.

Society Plans Banquet

The 36th annual banquet and
dance of the Rovner - Lacho-
witcher Aid Society will be held
6 p.m. Sunday at the Hayim

Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Becker

and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Manis
will be honored for their efforts
for the Society. Chairmen of
the event are Philip Levine and
Joe Siegal.

Columbus, 0., were honored for
their participation in a special
company campaign.
* *
author of best-selling "A Minne-
sota Doctor's Home Remedies
for Common and Uncommon
Ailments," will reopen Detroit
Town Hall Wednesday, after a
holiday recess. His subject will
be "Weight Control Without
Will Power." The talk will be
at 11 a.m. in Fisher Theater.
* *
It was announced by Eric H.
Rose, managing director of the
Trans-Lux Krim Theatre that
"KILL OR CURE" will have its
Detroit Premiere following the
present engagement of "SWEET
More than 100 volunteers
who donate at least one day a
week to staff information cen-
ters of the MICHIGAN CAN-
invited to attend an orientation
meeting Tuesday at the Cancer
Center in Detroit.
* *
ROBERT SHAW, called the
outstanding choral conductor in
the world, will bring his in-
ternationally acclaimed chorale
and orchestra to the Masonic
Auditorium Saturday evening,
Jan. 12. Variety will be the
guiding theme of the Detroit
concert. Their blended voices
have graced the works of a
wide range of history's great
composers, such as Beethoven,
Bernstein, Romberg and Ste-
phen Foster.

Oak Park Community Organizations Council
Holds Open Executive Board Meeting

The Oak Park Council of j tions, such as the annual Fourth
Community Organizations has of July parade and picnic,
invited the presidents of all Brotherhood Through Music
member organizations to attend Festival, blodd bank and human
an open meeting of the execu- relations.
tive board of the council 8 p.m.
Jan. 10 at the home of Florence
Burnside, president, 24111
Seneca. .
The activities of the council
will be discussed and evaluated.
The Oak Park Community Coun-
cil is set up to perform com-
munity services too widespread
for any single group, service in
addition to those already being
performed by existing organiza-

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Margaret Leah Zeiger was wed

to Sidney Dennis Feldman in a
candle-light ceremony performed
by Rabbi Leon Fram, Rabbi
M. Robert Syme, Rabbi Jacob
E. Segal and Cantor Harold
Orbach at Temple Israel on
Dec. 16.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zeiger of
Ardmore Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Feldman of Santa Bar-
bara Dr.
The bride wore a gown of ivory
peau de soie with a fitted bodice
of embroidered seed pearls. Her
short illusion veil was held by
a crown of seed pearls.
Carol Zeiger, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, and
Marilyn Shulman, sister of the
bridegroom, was matron of hon-
or. Bridesmaids were Nancy Zei-
ger, sister of the bride, Beth
Rosenberg, Sheila Feldstein and
Elaine Echenberg.
Paul Feldman served his broth-
er as best man. Ushers were
Jerry Aronoff, Leonard Kolto-
now, Dean Echenberg, Sidney I.
Feldman and Richard Kovan.
After a honeymoon in New
York, the newlyweds will reside
on Monte Vista.

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