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February 22, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-22

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srael i ono e- nro merit Lea ers

Scrap Trade Assn.
to Install Officers

MEN'S CLUBS

The Greater Detroit Scrap
CRESCENT SHRINE CLUB sity Tuesday at the synagogue, Trade Association announces a
will hold its annual President's 27375 Bell, Southfield. Rabbi , dinner meeting on Monday at
Ball Sunday at the Elmwood Lipman, in collaboration with Topinka's Country House install
Casino. Wind-
Albert Vorspan, co - authored the following officers:
Jonas Dwori n, president; 0
the book "Tale of 10 Cities"
sor. Recently
which is the subject of the eve- Martin Shulman, Donald Fater-
installed offi-
ning program. Its theme is that nick, vice presidents; Jack ti
cers include
Americans live in a triple ghet- Weiner, treasurer; Philip Fealk,
President Her-
to. The public is invited. Chair- Louis Alpert, secretaries.
bert Calfin,
ra
man will be Theodore Baruch,
Vice - Presi-
G3
co-chairman of the program
Want ads get quick results!
dents Max M.
committee.
Schwartz and
* * *
At the 1963 Israel Bond Sponsor re-enrollment dessert Murray Kane,
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S
luncheon held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brody, Secretary' Os-
CLUB will meet Thursday at
Calfin
19560 Afton Road, more than 30 Negev Sponsors and regular car Kahn, and
Sponsors were enrolled. In photo from left: Mrs. Charles Treasurer Joseph Franovitz. the Temple. Wives and friends
Milan, first paid 1963 Israel Bond Trustee; Mrs. Robert Brody, New members of the board are invited to hear Dr. Herbert
hostess; Ted Berkman, guest speaker; Mrs. David Pollack, include Gerald Curtis, William Bloom, oral surgeon, speak
Sponsor chairman; Mrs. Theodore Bargman, first paid Negev . Feldman, William G. Garelik, about his experiences on "The
Hope Ship." Movies will be
Sponsor of -1963, and Mrs. Max Stollman, co-chairman of the Michael Gentile. Harry Keller, shown.
Israel Bond Women's Division, who presided.
George R. Klein, Edward B.
sr
Nolish. Joseph S. Pearl and
Three must be safely guarded:
Max Raimi. Appointments in- a patient, a groom, and a bride.
Voluntary Re-Enrollments Give
iN2
clude Harry Landsman, secre-
—Berachoth 54.
Max
Schrut
tary;
and
David
Feldstein,
chap-
Israel Bonds Good Start for
ep
For Goad Photographs
lain. Outgoing president is
and Prompt Service
Voluntary re•enrollments i n into Israel. It is Israel's New Stanley M. Yates.
MUSIC ! ENTERTAINMENT !
Call me at
Israel Bond efforts, announce d Frontier and Israel Bonds are
*
*
at the annual leadership dinne r playing a key role in developing
BETH AARON MEN'S CLUB
of the local Israel Bond Organi - the wasteland. Buying Israel
will hold its annual late Friday
zation, Feb. 14, at the Jewis h Bonds is a creative act."
Weddings - Bar Miizvahs
Center, gave the 1963 campaign
A report on Bond activities evening service 8:30 p.m. March
and his orchestra
We Come to Your Home
1
at
the
synagogue.
The
lay-
an excellent beginning.
With Samples
was submitted at the leadership
UN 3-6501
Tom Borman, chairman of the dinner by Louis Levitan, man- men's service will be under the UN 1-2953
TY 5-8805
UN 4-6845
local Israel Bond committee, ager of the local campaign. Par- direction of Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick
and
Cantor
David
who expressed the hope that ticipants in the program includ-
this year will supersede even ed Mrs. Max Stollman, Mrs. Bagley. The theme will be
last year's sales, which made Charles Milan, who introduced "Shma Yisroel — The Eternal
1962 the best year since 1951 in the guest speaker, and Harry Creed of the Jew," and will be
discussed by a panel comprised
the sale of Israel Bonds, said he Cohen.
of Howard Ellis, Stewart Stein-
of the
looked forward to a $1,500,000
berger and Leon Warner. Con-
sale — at least $200,000 more
ducting the service will be
than last year.
Meyer Millman, past president
Already, Borman announced,
of the Club, with Seymour
without solicitation, this year's
Let us help you plan your
SILVERMAN POST will meet Horowitz and pr. M. A. Last as
Israel Bond pledges have reached
Bar Mitzvah Reception-Dinner
$250,000 wish cash purchases to 8 p.m. Monday at the JWV cantors. Also participating will
$150,000 for a total of $400,000 Memorial Home. The meeting be Louis Grossman, Martin Hol-
You con be confident that our well
This year's pledges include one will be devoted to a program lander and Stuart Silverman.
trained staff will put forth every effort
A
message
will
be
delivered
by
on
"The
Proposed
New
Constitu-
for $50,000 made by Charles
to make this memorable occasion
Grosberg who is Detroit's first tion, Pro and Con." Speaking President Allan Rosenberg. A
o very happy one.
Golden Trustee of 1963. Mr. and for the new document will be social hour will follow. The
For the convenience of your out-of-town guests, we also have
Mrs. Grosberg are hosting a re- Mrs. Kathleen Straus, president, community is invited.
available comfortable air-conditioned rooms and suites . . for
* * *
ception next Thursday evening Detroit League of Women Vot-
their dining pleasure, our beautiful Sapphire Dining Room . . .
for Detroiters in Miami Beach. ers, and against the new docu-
and ample parking in cur underground heated garage.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
Other 1963 Detroit Trustees who ment, Jack Faxon, con-con dele- MEN'S CLUB will present Rabbi
Plese call our catering manager, Mr. Sned-
have subscribed for $10 000 or gate, teacher, Southwestern High Eugene J. Lipman of Temple
don, who will gladly make an appointment
more include Mrs. Charles Milan, School. Moderator will be Prof. Sinai, Washington, D.C., in an
with you and show you our fine facilities.
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Max Carl 0. Smith, dept. of political open forum with Harold Scha-
Yet:,
Phone TR 5-9500
•:fr
Fisher, David Safran, Hyman science, Wayne State University. chern, religious editor of the
Refreshments will be served. Detroit News; Charles F. Boyd,
Safran and Nathan Freedland.
Borman said that this year's Questions from the audience will former manager of the Detroit
drive won't start until after be invited. Everyone is welcome. Retail Merchants Association;
the Allied Jewish Campaign.
and Dr. Leonard Moss, chair-
Inquire About Our
WOODWARD AT EAST KIRBY
Holiday "Week-End
At the leadership dinner, he
man of the Department of Soci-
Plan."
William A. Dunn, Manager
urged that all efforts be ex-
ology at Wayne State Univer-
erted at this time to make a
success of the Allied Cam-
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Shulman
paign.
of Pembroke Ave. announce the
The guest speaker at the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Hanley
leadership dinner, Ted Berk- David, will be observed at Sab-
and
man, author of "Cast a Giant bath services March 2 at Young
Shadow," the biography of Gen- Israel of Northwest Detroit: A
eral Mickey Marcus (Double- dinner in his honor will be held
day), who died in Israel on the March 3 at Beth Abraham Syna-
CELEBRATE THEIR
eve of the truce that was ef- gogue.
BIRTHDAY
TOGETHER
fected in the battle for Jerusa-
lem after his brilliant general-
ship, spoke primarily about the
ONCE A YEAR
vital significance of the Negev
Onai q3rith
to Israel.
Berkman gave Gen. Marcus
S U N.
credit for having instituted a
Activities
Negev policy which recognized
BOYS'
SPECIAL GROUPS
OAK-WOODS CHAPTER will
that the southern portion of Is-
MEN'S AND BOYS'
rael was so vital to the state, hold its annual games night 8
as a defensive area as well as p.m. March 5 at the Labor Zion-
LONG-SLEEVE
for eventual settlement.
ist Institute. Prizes and free
BOYS'
Reg. to
si 00
"In 1948, Israel faced the long- refreshments will be featured.
3.95
Reg. to
$00
$1100
est odds in history," Berkman For information, call EL 6-7194.
29.95
NOW !
said. "There was a special prob-
lem in the Negev, which was
MEN'S SHIRTS
IMPORTED
defended by 700 boys of the
FROM ISRAEL
Palmach, who faced the cream
of. the Egyptian Army of 10,000,
SPECIAL GROUPS
LONG SLEEVE
supported by Spitfires, tanks and
A
noted
Yiddish
author
and
the latest weapons. The majority
R"
9.9
. 5 to $
Re5gi 5 t°
in the Haganah was of the opin- local leaders will pay tribute to
the
memory
of
H.
Leivick,
emi-
NOW!
SPECIAL $10"
ion that the Negev must be aban-
NOW !
Won't Wait)
doned. Col. Marcus was the only nent Yiddish poet who died last
one who opposed it, arguing that month, at a memorial meeting
MEN'S AND BOYS'
MEN'S SUMMER
DRESS SH I RTS
the Negev had to be held, that arranged by the Yiddish culture
committee
of
the
Jewish
Com-
AND
without it Tel Aviv and Jerusa-
SPORT SH I RTS
lem would fall and all would be munity Council, at 8 p.m. Sun-
ISPECIAL GROUPS)
SPECIAL GROUPS)
Reg. to
lost. Marcus convinced Prime day, March 3.
Reg. to
$
The event will feature read-
6.95
Minister David Ben-Gurion and
8.95
400
with a small mobile force Marcus ings from Leivick's poetry and
NOVe2
a concert of compositions set to
saved the Negev.
NOW !
"We face a crucial situation Leivick's poems.
DOW in the Negev as we did in
3948. The Negev must be con-
A wife may declare to her
Near
quered and made fruitful and husband: "I do not want your
A&P
productive to absorb the tens of support and I do not want to
OAK PARK
9 MILE - COOLIDGE
thousands of new settlers coming work." Baba Metzia 49.

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SAMMY
WOOLF

BLAIR STUDIO

To The Parents

BAR MITZVAH BOY

1JWV Activities

I

Bar Mitzvahs

GEORGE WASHINGTON

JACK GINSBURG

GEORGE WASHINGTON SALE!

WHILE STOCK LASTS-3 DAYS ONLY

SPORT SHIRTS

Leivick Tribute
Set for March 3

BAN-LON

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