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February 08, 1963 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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UAW Ford Union Local Makes
$50,000 Israel Bond Purchases

Israel Bond
Women to Hear
Meir Sherman

Harris-Colbert
Engagement Told

1,082 State Hospital
Patients Referred to
County Aid Agencies

During the first six months of
the state's 1962-63 fiscal year,
The annual Israel Bond Worn-
Michigan's Department of Men-
en's Division Sponsor Re-En-
tal Health has referred 1,082
rollment luncheon will be hosted
state
hospital patients to county
by Mrs. Robert Brody, 12:30
bureaus of social aid under the
p.m. Feb. 14 at her home,
county referral program, ac-
ca
19560 Afton.
cording to a report issued by
:54
Guest speaker will be Meir
Charles F. Wagg, department
W .
Sherman, former Israel Econo-
director. -
mic Minister to the United
Community residences have
States and currently managing
been found for 346 of these pa-
director of the Paz Oil Co.
tients; 88 have died or have
The luncheon will give wom-
been declared ineligible for a
en the opportunity to re-enroll
variety of reasons; 648 are
or join the National Sponsors
awaiting placement.
of Israel Honor Society. Spon-
This project is being carried
sors are women who purchase
out jointly by the state depart-
$1,000 or more in Israel Bonds.
ments of Mental Health and
Mrs. David Pollack is the spon-
Social Welfare. It was inaugu-
rated following action by the
sor chairman and Mesdames
MISS ELAINE HARRIS
Joseph Katchke and Max Stoll-
legislature in June 1962 which
ligMt
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Harris required removal during the
man are Women's Division co-
Presenting a check for the $50,000 Israel Bond purchase by chairmen. .
of Indiana Ave. announce the en- current fiscal year of "not less
Ford Local 600, UAW, is Ross Reilly (right), financial secretary
For reservations call DI gagement of their daughter, than 1,000 patients who mani-
of the local. Receiving the check is Max Osnos, who served as 1-5707.
Elaine Lois, to Stephen Michael fest general deterioration of
the first chairman of the Israel Bond Drive in Detroit when it
Colbert, son of Mr. and Mrs mental processes associated
was initiated in 1951. Reilly, who was a trustee of the local and
Bernard H. Colbert of Greenfield with senility."
Glatstein
to
Speak
a plant-wide committeeman for 10 years, before he was elected
Ave. A Dec. 21 wedding is plan-
ned.
financial secretary in 1961, stated that this is one of the largest Here Sunday Night
NORTHLAND
Israel Bond purchases by a single local in any International
Jacob
Glatstein,
recently
re-
Union. Osnos, head of Sams, Inc., Department Stores, is president
of the board of directors of the UAW-sponsored Metropolitan turned from Israel where he Center Cagers Win
Hospital, a member of the board of directors and of the executive delivered a series of lectures Inter-City Title
BAR MITZVAH & WEDDINGS
Committee of the Community Health Association (CHA) and a before capacity audiences and
SOCIAL and BUSINESS
The Jewish Center basket-
member of the board of trustees of Children's and Sinai Hospi- where he was the recipient of a
17522 W. 7 MILE
Kg 3-0155
ball team defeated Lutheran
tals. The $50,000 UAW Israel Bond purchase was made under the number ofm,,


honors
for
his
47-37
to
run
its
unbeaten
vic-
"on-demand" proVision open to labor unions and other non-profit
institutions and organizations and can be redeemed under a 90- literary crea-
tory string to eight in a row
.
FOR SALE
day clause. Reilly said: "We are glad to join with the UAW Inter- tivity from
in
• the Michigan Inter-City
TOWN & COUNTRY CLUB
national which has bought close to a quarter of a million dollars Prime Minis-
League.
MEMBERSHIP
worth of Israel Bonds, and with others in the labor movement ter David Ben-
Gurion
and
Alex Tischler again led the
Will Sacrifice
who are assisting the brave and democratiC people of Israel by
Center .with 17 points on seven
Reasonable
investing in State of Israel Bonds. As a labor union we are natur- o th e r Israeli
field goals and three free
DI 1-8697 - BR 3-0050
ally interested in investing our money where it will be used for dignitaries and
throws, but it. was Joe Wool's
those purposes to which we are dedicated and which coincide citizens, will
rebounding
plus one handers
deliver
an
ad-
with our own beliefs and principles of equality, justice, coopera-
of Dennis Wolgin that kept JCC
CANDIDS
tion and mutual aid. Israel is a land where the Labor Movement dress on the
-I PORTRAITS
in the game. This victory
is strong and participates not only in governing the country but theme, "My,
MOVIES
clinched the title for the Center
Black White
also in the management of its economy. It is a land which has Way in Jewish:.
in the _first year of the Michi-
and
developed the principles of social justice which we are fighting to Literature,
gan -Inter-City League. High
attain in our own country." Local 600, the largest UAW local in Sunday, 8 p.m.
man for the Lutheran team was
the world, was organized in 1941. It has 32,000 active members at the Jewish
John Jackson with 10 points.
8440 W. 6 MILE
UN 2.5506
and 18,000 retirees and represents the workers in the Ford Rouge Center.
Joseph Klig-
- The playoffs of the top four
Plant and the national Ford parts depot.
_Q Si
man, director
teams begin Feb. 21 at the
9JULQ_SLQ_:
of the I. L. Glatstein
Center. The finals will be held
FEBRUARY
SPECIALS
Peretz School in Windsor, als 0 Feb. 23 at the Center.
Tues., Wed.. Only I
will participate in the program , •
ft 0
one of several literary-Cultura 1
BLEACHES
$8.00
For the HY Spot
Jan. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Morganroth (Sheila Ru- meetings arranged by the Yid
TINTS
$5.50
Of
Your
Affair
Richard Hencken (Judy Moss), binstein), Oak Park, a son, Jef- dish culture committee of the
CoMplete with Set
Music by
Jewish Community Council.
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and Treatment !
* * *
Glatstein is the author of th
daughter, Shari Beth.
* * *
Jan. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Arn- recently issued best seller
Jan. 24 -• To Mr. and Mrs. old • Millman (Sharon Bean), "H omecoming at Twilight,
And His Orchestra
formerly with Mickey Woolf
Sherwin Harris (Barbara Silver- 21911 S 1 oma n, Oak Park, a which has already been trans
FASHIONS IN HAIR
lated into Spanish and Hebrew •
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BR
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Jan. 9 — To Dr. and Mrs. dish version was awarded th
Jan. 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
ip.
Philip L. Elkus of Cheyenne Alex Seidman (Sydelle Stein- LaMed Prize.
Among his poetical works ar e
man), formerly of Detroit, now
Ave., a son, David Richard.
* * *
residing at 158 Spencer, Sausa- "Credos," "Father's Shadow'
Jan. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Abra- lito, Calif., a son, Ariel Joseph and "Joy of the Yiddish Word.'
His essays, collected in fou r
ham Selesny (Myra Cohen) of Issac.
Our qualified professional photographers will
* * *
volumes, reflect a broad range
George Washington Ave. South-
record your party properly and efficiently.
of
Jewish
interests
and
con
Jan.
5—To
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Henry
field, a son, Steven Rodney.
"Quality and Service Always"
* * *
Glass (Ida Rapaport), 13020 cerns. One of his better-know n
prose
works
is
"Emil
and
Karl.'
Jan. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs. Rosemary, Oak Park, a son,
David Howard.
His works have also been in
* * *
eluded in various anthologie s
UN 2-0200
UN 3-8532
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We are happy to show samples on request.
Howard J. Katz, 24290 W. Seven cock," "Jewish Poetry," and
Mile, a daughter, Marcia Elaine. "Treasury of World Poetry."
Glatstein, editor of the liter
ary Yiddish periodicals "Zuk
Expert Mohel
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
unft" and "Folk un Velt," is
LI 2-4444
• LI 1-9769
a columnist for the Day-Jewish
Journal and a regular contribu-
of the
The Bar Mitzvah of. Neil L. tor to the "Yiddish Kemfer."
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Steinman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Director of the Yiddish office
Allen E. Steinman, will be ob- of the American Jewish Con-
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Let us help you plan your
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Bar
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ays,
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You
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Students to Plant
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For the convenience of your out-of-town guests, we also hove -
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will credit trees bought in the a fter the formal program, there
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