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April 26, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-26

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Troth Announced

Air!

UJA to Hold Young
Leadership Retreat

Radomer Aid Society
to Hold Games Party

A United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Retreat, May
17-19, at the Onchiota Confer-
ence Center in Sterling Forest,
Tuxedo, N. Y., will feature an
intensive three-day consideration
of the historical foundations and
contemporary meaning of Jewish
life.
The first of three major 1963
events planned for UJA's pio-
neering Young Leadership pro-
gram, the Retreat will be led by
Alan Sagner of Newark, N. J.,
chairman of the newly-formed
UJA Young Leadership Cabinet.
Some 50 cabinet members will
be in attendance.

Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
ciety will sponsor a games night
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Work-
men's Circle, 18340 W. Seven
Mile.
Hostesses are Mrs. Bessie
Adler, Mrs. Hyman Waterman
and 1VIrs. Fannie Weinman. Pro-
ceeds will go to charity. Refresh-
ments will be served. Friends are
invited.

i This Week's Radio and 1
Television Programs
1
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Louis L. Mann
of Chicago Sinai Congregation
will discuss "What Constitutes
• Candids • Formals
a Good Jew?"
*
• Movies
ALL Your Photography
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Done in a Distinctive
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Way For Those
Station: WJLB.
Special Occasions
Feature: "Israel Oasis—Arab
Sea," the significance and pro-
Michigan has 109,643 miles of
gram of Detroit's 15th anniver-
public roads and streets —
sary city-wide celebration of
enough to go around the equa-
MISS SHARON STEIN
CALL MR. ROSEN 341-4141
MISS _THELMA PHILLIPS
Israel's independence, will be
tor four times.
discussed by Rabbi Leon Fram,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Stein
Mr. and Mrs...Albert Phillips chairman of the Zionist Council
of Huntington Woods announce
Of Stoepel Ave. announce the of Detroit.
the engagement of their daugh-
engagement of their daughter,
ter, Sharon Lee, to Dr. Samuel
..Thelm'a- Frances, to Melvin S.
TO DWELL TOGETHER
H. Sandweiss son of Mrs. David
_Shotten, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Proprietors of
Sandweiss and the late Dr.
. Rudolph ,Shotten of Monte Vista
Station: WJBK (radio and David J. Sandweiss.
television simultaneously).
The bride-elect is a graduate
The - bride-elect is a junior at
Feature: Yosef Yaakov, Con- of the University of Michigan.
Wayne State University. Her
fiance"attends the University of sul of Israel, will discuss the Her fiance was graduated from
KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET
Michigan, where he is a junior achievements' of Israel on its the Medical School of the U. of
15th
anniversary
with
Joseph
M. and is finishing his intern-
in the College of Engineering.
• Edelman, director of the Jew- ship at Sinai Hospital. An early
ish Community Council Cul- summer wedding is planned.
Alpha NU Parents
ture Commission, on the topic
WE WRAP MEAT FOR FREEZER FREE!
"Israel — Perspective After 15
Club Will Meet
JNF Suggests Trees
Years."
Alpha Nu Parents Club will
* * *
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Planted :n Israel
meet •8:30 p.m. Monday at the
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
CALL
Madison Dental Supply, 15888
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
as Tribute to Mother
Wyoming. Special reports from
Station: WCAR.
Coolidge at 10 Mile — Oak Park
committees will be presented.
The -Jewish National Fund
Feature: Dr. Marie Syrkin, recommends the planting of
author, editor of The Jewish trees as a tribute to mothers
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Frontier and professor at Bran- on Mother's Day, May 12. Ap-
deis University, -will discuss propriate certificates, bearing
"Test of Human Courage—Jew- the names of those honored (or
Resistance Under Nazi Op- memorialized) and the names
: MIKE GREEN'S 3: ish
pression" with Joseph Edelman, of the donors, will be mailed
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MUSIC
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KOSHER
. I director of the Jewish Commu- to the mothers honored, or to
*
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nity
Council
Culture
Commis-
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the relatives of mothers whose
Sion.
memory will be perpetuated by
the planting of trees.
PLASTIC FURNITURE C: Local Bowlers Star
In an appeal to organizations,
lb
COVERS
N in Bnai Brith Tourney Morris J. Brandwine, JNF presi-
MADE TO ORDER
dent ' stated: "The Jewish Na
Sol Steinbruck of the Marshall- tional Fund is again providing
or READY MADE
Fox
Bowling
League
was
the
all-
a particularly apptopriate and
CALL ANNA KARBAL
events
winner
with
1,359
at
the
dignified way of honoring
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22nd annual national Bnai Brith mother. A • growing tree is a
bowling tourney in Cleveland. Hy living tribute to every mother.

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Blinder of the Morgenthau Let trees in Israel honor, or
League finished third in Class memorialize her.
Dinner at DARBY'S
is a real treat i "B" singles with a 689 and Sol
Brandwine cited the import-
Steinbruck finished seventh with
ance of trees to Israel's econ-
TO 8-4281
2735 W. DAVISON
a 679.
• Visit Our New
omy: "Many newcomers to Is-
SKYLIGHT
In
the
"A"
Division,
W.
Sak
of
ROOM, Cocktail
rael are employed by the JNF
Closed Monday
Free Delivery
Lounge and Bar I the Donwtown League had a 690
and Max Kolar of the Marshall- in the planting of the trees.
• AFTER
Fox League had a 688. In the The more trees that are plant-
THEATRE
. a! team event, the Oak Parkers of ed, in addition to serving as a
Snacks
Delight
symbol of life. or as a perpetua-
LUNCHEON 1. the Brandeis League finished sec- tion of the memory of a loved
I ond and the Rockets of the De-
A Pleasure
troit League finished third. with one, also help the State of Is-
the Sourdoughs of the Israel rael in absorbing these new-
(Or Parve if Preferred)
Res. UN 2-7642
League taking eighth spot and comers into its economy."
Certificates for trees planted
the NoGoods of the Oak-Wood
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
can be ordered from the Jewish
League taking tenth.
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National Fund office, UN
4-2767, or through JNF tree
chairmen of affiliated organiza-
tions.
The JNF office, 18414 Wy-
oming, will be open May 12,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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