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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-06

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Friday, Sept. 6, 1963 -- T HE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- 22

Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council Opens New Headquarters
.

JWV Activities

Hara-Kampner
Troth Announced

5,000 Youngsters
Go to Israel with
Aid of Youth Aliyah

LONDON, (JTA)—The Youth
Aliyah movement will bring
into Israel this year 5,000 chil-
dren and youth as compared
with 4,000 in the year ending
last March 31, Moshe Kol, world
head of the organization, re-
ported.
He gave the figures in an-
nouncing that a World Confer-
ence of Youth Aliyah, which
will mark the 30th anniversary
of the movement, will open in
Jerusalem on Nov. 5, with an
expected attendance of more
than 300 delegates from all
parts of the world.
Kol said that international or-
ganizations in the field of child
welfare will be represented at
the conference for the first time.

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet Monday

at the home of Mrs. Edna Feigle-
man, 20412 Schaefer, announces
President Mrs. Irving Wein-
traub. The coming year's agenda
will be planned. A white ele-
phant sale will follow the busi-
ness session and proceeds will
go to the veterans rehabilitation
fund. Refreshments will be
served.
*
*
IVAN S. BLOCH Woman's
Evening Bowling League starts
its new season Tuesday at
Southfield B o w 1. Interested
bowlers call Thelma Hecht or
Roz Kauffman, LI 5-0098.
* * *
MISS ROBERTA HARA
BLOCH—ROSE POST and
On this 120th year of Bnai Brith, the Metropolitan Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. James Hara of
Bnai Brith Council moved into its new and larger quarters, AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
when you plan your wedding or
located at 19354 James Couzens. Pisgah Lodge, one of the Monday at the Veterans Home Los Angeles, Calif., announce bar mitzvaa party repeat after
on
W.
Davison.
Guest
speaker
the
engagement
of
their
daugh-
me
— movies uy howard triest,
oldest and largest Lodges in Bnai Brith, and the Covenant
movies by howard triest, movies
be Rabbi Israel Goodman ter, Roberta Carol, to Dr. Stan-
Credit Union of Bnai Brith, will share the offices. Shown in will
by howard triest, movies by how-
of. Pontiac. Refreshments will ley Laurence Kampner, son of
ard triest, call — LI 2-7874 and
the mazzuzah ceremony above are, from left, Samuel G. Bank, be
ask for
served. Friends are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kampner
Council vice president; Rabbi Max Kapustin, director of the For
information,
call
Burt
of
East
Iroquois
Rd.
MOTION PICTURES
Hillel Foundation at Wayne State University, nailing the Chassin or Dorothy Goldberg,
The bride-elect was graduated
HOWARD H. TRIEST
mezuza on the doorway; Julius Kahn, president of the Metro- UN 2-6610.
from U.C.L.A. and is a member
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Men's Council, holding the mezuza;
* * *
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Hyman Crystal, executive secretary for the Council and District
SGT. MORTON A. SILVER- Dr. Kampner is an alumnus of
6 Bnai Brith; Lawrence I. Yaffa, Covenant Credit Union direc-
MAN LADIES AUXILIARY the University of Michigan and
tor; and Sol Moss, vice-president of the Council.
will meet Tuesday evening at the California College of Medi- and his ORCHESTRA
the home of President Mrs. cine. He is a member of Pi
"Music At Its Best
Samuel 'Wagner, 26015 Alio'', Lambda Phi and Phi Delta
For Your Guests"
Huntington Woods. Convention Epsilon Medical fraternity. He
reports will be given and future is now interning at the Univer-
Annual
events discussed. Refreshments I sity of California Medical Cen-
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein, presi- uent organizations, will be intro- will be served. ter in San Francisco. An Oc-
tober wedding is planned.
• * *
dent of the League of Jewish duced to the League's person-
Women's Organizations, an- nel and enlightened to the LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXIL-
nounces that the Annual Presi- Leagues ideals, functions and IARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues-
dent's Summit Meeting will be service to the community. day at the home of Mrs. Max
held 12:15 p.m. Sept. 12 at the
Sandwiches and coffee will be Greenberg, 26260 Pembroke,
home of Mrs. Maurice Weiner, served. Hostesses for the after- Huntington Woods. Mrs. Sam
Dr. and Mrs. I. Walter Silver
30600 Lahser, Birmingham: noon will be Mesdames Abe Weiner, newly elected presi- announce the Bas Mitzvah of
Presidents, officers and chair- Bookstein, George Brown and dent, will report on the recent their daughter, Sheryl Gae, on
men. representing 175 constit- Betty Fisher.
Washington convention where Friday, Sept. 6, 8:30 p.m. at ,
she was official delegate. A Temple Israel. A reception will
rummage sale will be held Oct. be held in her honor following
5 at the American Legion Hall, the service.
Ferndale, under the direction of
Max Schrut
rz170
Ith
Mrs. Harry Left. Funds will go
For Good Photographs
The True International Touch!
Aug. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. toward servicing hospitalized
and Prompt Service
- Last Week's Winner of the
frOM Londontnolan
Albert Gaston (Joan Gilbert), veterans, needy families and the
Call me at
128500 Sutherland, Southfield, a Girl Detention Home.
"RASKIN
Francine.
BIG BABY BONUS" daughter, Renee
• * *
Onclhis
DETROIT LADIES AUXILI-
was
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
I Aug. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. ARY will meet 8 p.m. Monday
MRS. SIDNEY SCHULMAN
We Come to Your Home
CALL.UN.13065
Fred
S.
Ring
(Dorothy
Levine),
at
the
JWV
Memorial
Home.
A
With Samples
(12 lbs., 7 oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of
19329 Antago, Livonia, a daugh- fund-raising luncheon will be
TY
5-8805
UN 4-6845
your son and we hope the
ter, Lisa Ann.
held noon Wednesday at the
RASKIN PRODUCTS you re-
• * *
ceived helped make your first
home. Prizes will be given and
week at home easier.
Aug. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs. refreshments served.
See Northern Michigan at its glorious best —
RASKIN FOOD CO. Michael Gole (Bernice Kogan),
in the Autumn! ... Shake the doldrums. Plan
2494 Cadillac Dr., East Meadow,
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
now
to spend a few days at
Long
Island,
N.Y.,
a
daughter,
Ladies Auxiliary will meet on
Aug. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Monday evening at the home of
Harvey Cohen (Barbara Stoler), Suzan Beth. * * *
President Yetta Glass, 19967
24642 Rensselaer, Oak Park,
Aug. 19 — To Mr. and Mrs. Oakfield. Senior Vice-President
twins, David Aaron and Nancy
in the heart of Michigan's north country. Hike the
Morton Jaffe (Gail Nichamin), Anne Weinstein will distribute
Robbin.
21641 Concord, Southfield, a tickets for the Department fund-
woodland trails in the crisp air amid the riot of
daughter, Jodi Beth.
autumn color, or fish the sparkling waters of East
raising affair to held in No-
Recommended by Physicians
* *
vember.
Twin Lake. Then . • . after a superb meal, relax in
Aug. 18 — To Mr. and Mrs.
front of the great stone fireplace in our spacious
Jack W. Balamot, 18572 Mil-
lounge.
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
burn Ct., Livonia, a son, Alan AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
Rates Begin at $9.00 Daily Including All Meals.
Bruce.
p.m. Monday at the home of
Expert Mohel
For Reservation or Information:
* * *
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Mrs. Edna Feigelman, 20412
LI 2 4444
LI 1 9769
LEWISTON LODGE, LEWISTON, MICHIGAN
Aug. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer. A white elephant sale
LEWISTON: STate 6-2452
Jonathan Schwartz, 11842 Third, will follow.
DETROIT: LI 7-5912
*
*
a boy, Adam P.
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
AUXILIARY 510 will meet 8
RABBI
p.m. Thursday at the home of
12-Pounder Wins
Mamie Barden, 25961 Raine,
Oak Park, announces President
Raskin's Big Baby
Mikki Katz.
FE 4-4149
FE 4.8266

FRANK PAUL

League of Jewish Women to Hold
Presidents Summit Meeting

EL 7-1799

Bas Mitzvahs

unceiizents

ZA\GILBERT

BLAIR STUDIO

LEWISTON LODGE

RABBI
LEO GOLDMAN

-

-

Israel Goodman

Bonus Food Basket

Serving in Hospitals and Homes

REV.

Marshall I. Goldman

MOHEL

Serving at Homes and Hospitals

DI 1-9909

RABBI
ISAAC KAPLAN

Certfied Mohel
Serving in Homes & Hospitals

17181 Cherrylawn

UN 1-1508

RABBI CHASKEL
GRUBNER

SPECIALIZED MOHEL

Recommended by Physicians
Serving in Hospitals and Homes

3298 Sturtevant TU 3-1441

To The Parents

;••

I

A 12-pound, seven-ounce son,
Sanford Allen, was born Aug. 25
to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schul-
man (Joyce Shapiro), 24285
Rosewood, Oak Park.
Allen's size is the largest of
any baby to be recorded in The
Detroit Jewish News' Birth An-
nountements Column since the
Raskin Food Co. began its "Ras-
kin Big Baby Bonus" program.
Readers need only submit the
weight of their newborn in addi-
tion to the regular information
normally included in the "births
column" to be eligible for a
gift basket of foods from the
Raskin Co., compliments of
Harry, Leonard and Larry Warsh,
proprietors. Previous week win-
ners are announced in each
issue of The Detroit Jewish
News.

Want ads get quick results!

of the

POST HOSPITAL CHAIR-
MEN_ will meet 9 p.m. Tuesday
at the JWV Memorial Home.
* * *
JULIUS ROSENWALD POST
and AUXILIARY will hold joint
installation ceremonies Sunday
evening at the Sholem Aleichem
Institute. Post officers are Jos-
eph Shapiro, commander; Max
Lakritz and Samuel Neshefsky,
vice-commanders; David Kay,
financial officer; David Mitchell,
historian; Maurice Green, cha-
plain; David Pessman, sergeant-
at-arms: Nathaniel Rubin, judge
advocate; and John Jacobson,
Carl Siegel, Robert Fenkell,
Robert I. Levitt, Joseph Gold-
stein, Henry Wartoskey, Samuel
Slakter, Morris Wolf, Harry
Stein and Nathan Partnay, exec-
utive board members. Service
officers are John Jacobson, Carl
Siegel and Max Lakritz.

BAR MITZVAH BOY

Let us help you plan your
Bar Mitzvah Reception-Dinner

You can be confident that our Well
trained staff will put forth every effort
to make this memorable occasion
a very happy one
For the convenience of your out-of-town guests, we also have
available comfortable air-conditioned rooms and suites . . . for
their dining pleasure, our beautiful Sapphire Dining Room . . .
and ample parking in our underground garage.

Plese call our catering manager, Mr. Sned-
don, who will gladly make an appointment
with you and show you our fine facilities.

' aQM

Phone TR 5-9500



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Holiday "Week-End
Plan."

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William A. Dunn, Manager

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