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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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Friday, Oc tober 25, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S - 26

Weiner-Perlmutter
Rites Solemnized

MRS. ALLAN WEINER

Betty Leah Perlmutter was
wed to Dr. Allan David Weiner
in an afternoon ceremony Oct.
30 at Bnai Zion, El Paso, Tex.
Rabbi Leo Heim performed the
ceremony. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Perlmutter of El Paso and
the bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Weiner,
15000 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
Mrs. Mayer Schwartz of
Cleveland served her sister as
matron of honor. Bridesmatrons
were Mrs. Albert Margolin, the
bridegroom's sister, and Mrs.
George Perlmutter of La Mi-
rada, Calif.
Albert Margolin was best
man. Ushers were Mayer
Schwartz of Cleveland and
George Perlmutter of La Mirada.
After a honeymoon trip to
Mexico City, the couple will re-
side at 21000 Gardner, Oak
Park.

Mrs. Ishay Will
Address Pioneer
Women Program

Mrs. Rahel Hoter Ishay, Is-
raeli shlicha who has been ad-
dressing groups of the Detroit
Chapter of Pioneer Women this
past week as
part of a Can-
adian and U.S.
tour for the
national coun-
cil, will speak
at an Oneg
Shabbat spon-
sored by the
Detroit council
8:30 p.m. to-
day at the
Labor Zionist
Institute.
Members ofl-
the Labor Zio-
nist movement
Mrs. Ishay
are invited to attend, according
to Mrs. Sam Fishman, vice-presi-
dent of education for the coun-
cil.
Mrs. Ishay will speak on
"Arab and Jew—Two Patterns
of Culture in Israel." Arela Bar-
ley, a native Israeli, will sing
a medley of Israeli folk songs,
accompanying herself on the
guitar. Refreshments and a
social hour will follow the pro-
gram.

Detroit Socialites
Plan Halloween Ball

A Halloween masquerade
dance will be given by Detroit
Socialities 9 p.m. • Sunday at
Cong. Beth Moses.
Highlighting the evening's
program will be Hy Pritz and
his orchestra. Pritz, popular pan-
tomime artist and MC, will fea-
ture several of his acts during
the dance intermission.
Costumes are optional, but
prizes will be awarded for origi-
nality of costume, the prettiest
costume and the funniest cos-
tume. Refreshments will be
served by club hostesses. The .
Jewish community is invited to
attend.

Detroit Service Group of Allied Jewish
Campaign Announces Division Director

The Service s, Mechanical
Trades and Food Divisions of
the Detroit Service Group year-
round organization of Allied
Jewish Campaign Workers in the
trades and pro-frr
fessions have
announced the
names of offi-
cers and divi-
sion directors.
The Food Divi-
sion and Serv-
i c e s Division
will meet
jointly, 10:15
a.m., Sunday,
November 3 at
the Furniture
Club, 1 8 9 4 0
Schaefer to
formally elect
officers a n d
directors a n d
Rombra
hear a presen-
tation by Morris Rombra, Dep-
uty Director for Morocco for
Joint Distribution Committee.
Nominees for the food division
are:

Pennington-Schiller
Engagement Told

ation; Meyer H. Berman, Daniel
Carpenter, Herman Levine, Charles
S. Litt, Julius Mehler, Harry Modell,
Morris Music, Henry Pariser, Bob
Rosenthal, Morris Tulupman, repre-
sentatives to the board of directors,
Detroit Service Group, in addition
to the following members at large:
Tom Borman, Peter B. Copeland,
George D. Keil, John E. Lurie, Max
M. Shaye, Paul Zuckerman.
Division board of directors, in-
cluding the above, plus: Samuel
Markowitz, Philip Olender, bakers;
Harry Modell, Albert Raphael, Wal-
ter Wolpin, beverage and liquor;
Fred Deutsch, Max Sosin, Nathan
Sosin, tobacco and confectioners;
Harry Mecker, Charles Ginsburg,
Ben Mossman, Emanuel Shapiro,
Irving Simon, produce; Max Lowen-
stein, Herman Miller, Herbert Mit-
nick, poultry; Albert Adelman,
Nathan Metz, Samuel Wexler, fish;
Arthur Schultz, Benjamin Wetten-
stein, wholesale grocers; Samuel H.
Greenberg, Jack Greisman, Fred
Grossman, super and retail markets;
George Gunsberg, Joseph Klein,
Harry E. Meyers, Henry Ross, whole-
sale and retail meats; David Mendel-
son, Alfred Weiss, dairies and eggs;
Maurice J. Elkin, Louis J. Cohen,
Sol Kurtzman, Morey L. Rosenthal,
Ned Weitzman, food brokers and
processors; Al Marans, Morris
Samuels, night clubs, restaurants
and bars; Morris Mersky, Jacob
Schreier, Benjamin L. Smith, store
fixtures.
The services division nominees
are:
Henry Auslander, chairman; Paul
Broder, Earl Hordes, John Isaacs,
George D. Keil, chairman; Julius Isaac Litwak, Harold S. Norman,
Mehler, associate chairman; Abra- Robert A. Steinberg, vice-chairmen;
ham Borman, Charles Milan, Bob Sidney J. Bertin, Louis C. Blum-
Rosenthal, Edward Slotkin, vice- berg, Samuel J. Greenberg, Arnold
chairmen; Tom Borman, Max M. Rosman, Myron D. Stein, counselors;
Shaye, representatives to the board Paul Broder, representative to the
of governors, Jewish Welfare Feder- board of the Federation; Henry

Auslander, Bert A. Colman, Arthur
S. King, Arnold Rosman, Myron D.
Stein, Robert A. Steinberg, repre-
sentatives to the board of Detroit
Service Group.
The divisions board of directors,
the above -plus:
Albin Eisler, Harold Gottlieb,
Donald Rissman, Earl Ruby, Marcus
M. Shapiro, Samuel W. Weisman,
cleaning plants and allied trades;
Joseph Greenbaum, David G. Kurz-
man, David Rosen, Harry Schumer,
Harold Weinstein, linen and overall
suppliers; Irving Laker, wiping
cloths; Harold R. Nelson, Irving H.
Steinberg, chemicals and janitorial
supplies; Lester Lapides, Manuel
Weinstein, power laundries; George
H. Gallaghe r, Arthur S. King,
Charles Weckstein, Ernest Zipser,
laundry and linen drivers' union;
Leonard J. Bonin, Max C. Handler,
Mervin S. Jacobson, coal and ice;
Eugene Bortnick, window cleaning;
Adolph E. Baron, David Hermelin,
Philip L. Kanter, Irving A. Levy,
Arthur W. Schlesinger, Robert Sie-
gel, A. J. Thorner, Jr., Austin A.
Kanter, Sidney A. Lutz, Louis J.
Zuckerman, Louis Garber, Henry
Grossman, Gerald H. Simon, Paul
Bragman, Harold Jaffa, Philip G.
Savage, insurance; S. Tracy Free-
man, Murray Frumin, Alvin Gen-
delman, Stuart Schwartz, Robert E.
Steinberg, finance brokers; J. David
Jassy, Morris Ben Lewis, Philip
Schwartz, Sidney J. Winer, loans
and collection; Herbert Kaufman,
Ira Kaufman, morticians; Jules
Doneson, Elliott Elkin, Jared Schu-
biner, travel bureaus; Morris S.
Plotkin, barber and beauty sup-
pliers.

Morris Lieberman, Harry Schumer
Head Histadrut's $150,000 Drive

Sam Jacob s, chairman; Irwin
Green, Malcolm S. Lowenstein, vice-
chairmen; Eugene J. Epstein, Irwin
Green, Merle Harris, representatives
to the board of Federation; Jerry
Bielfield, Sidney L. Brand, Arthur
D. Brown, Eugene J. Epstein, Mitch-
ell Feldman, Harry Goldman, Merle
Harris, Sam Jacobs, Harry T. Madi-
son, Maurice S. Schiller, Abe Shiff-
man, William C. Sloman, representa -
tives to the board of Detroit Service
Group, in addition to the following
members at large: (elected at Stag
Day): Harry B. Arnow, Sol Eisen-
berg, Max M. Fisher, Harvey H.
Goldman, Irwin Green, Abe Kasle,
Jack 0. Lefton, Milton K. Mahler,
Abraham Srere, Emil T. Stern,
Robert S. Trepeck.
Division board of directors, the
above plus:
Jack Geller, Joseph B. Slatkin,
auto sales; Jerome M. Ash, Harry
E.
Citrin, Edward Coopersmith,
Julius H. Wainer, auto parts; Reu-
ben Axelrod, Martin E. Citrin, Mar-
tin Fried, gas, oil and tire dealers;
Mike Gittlen, Philip S. Minkin, Larry
J. Oettinger, Sam Zeldes, metals;
Richard A. Jones, Barney L. Key-
well, scrap iron; Daniel D. Haron,
Sam Isaacs, Erwin Robinson, factory
scrap dealers; Sol Eisenberg, Fred
M. Ginsberg, Louis Hamburger,
Samuel Hamburger, Maxwell Jos-
pey, Robert Kasle, Philip Krawitz,
steel; Harold L. Frank, Kaye G.
Frank, Samuel Grand, Harry D.
Hirsch, Melvin Kolbert, Edwood L.
Kukes, Joseph H. Orley, machinery
and manufacturing; Louis I. Cassel,
Reuben Levin g, industrial em-
ployees; Jay W. Allen, textiles; Mar-
tin Bader, Irving A. Rubin, bags,
bottles and barrels; Sam Berger,
Harry B. Korman, Hyman Lipsitz,
Manuel L. R o t e n b e r g, waste
materials.

Election of officers of the De-
troit Israel Histadrut Campaign
and plans to expand the forth-
coming drive highlighted the
annual city conference held in
the Labor Zionist Institute Oct.
17.
Represented at the Confer-
ence were delegates from every
branch of the Labor Zionist
Movement; delegates from
Landsmanschaften societies and
clubs that operate within the
organizations division; d e 1 e- ;
gates from the trades division
and trade unions division that
traditionally give active sup-
port to Histadrut.
Morris Lieberman once
more assumes the chairman-
ship of the Histadrut Cam-
paign. He will be assisted
by Harry Schumer, nation-
ally appointed lifetime honor- .
ary chairman of the drive.
Other officers are: Sidney M. ;
Shevitz, 1st vice-chairman; Irv-
ing Pokempner, chairman, exe-
cutive; Norman Cottler, treas-
urer; Isadore L. Shrodeck, fin-;
ancial secretary; Mrs. Milton 1
Weiss, secretary. Vive-chairmen
are Philip D. Goldstein, Sam
Kaufer, Hyman Lipsitz, Isaac 1
Litwak, Jack Malamud, Mrs.'
Chana Michlin and Mrs. Emma
Schaver.

Pioneer Women Division and
newly elected Pioneer Women's
fund chairman; Morris Lifshay,
chairman, Branch 11, L.Z.O.A.;
Ben Harold, co-chairman of the
trades division, and Isaac Lit-
wak, representing the trade
unions division.
David Sislin, chairman of the
nominations committee, p r e-
sided during the nomination
and election of officers.
Lieberman informed the dele-
gates that at a recent lands-
manschaften and organizations
brunch, this division pledged to
double the quota for 1964.
The conference elected Na-
than P. Rossen, member of the
Turover Aid Society, Pinsker
Progressive Aid Society and
Hebrew Benevolent Society, to
represent the organizations and
landsmanschaften division at
the national Histadrut conven-
tion in New York, Nov. 28 to
Dec. 1. Schumer will represent
the Detroit campaign proper as
its honorary chairman and as
president of the Farband City
Committee; Arthur King of the
Laundry and Linen Drivers,
Local 285, will represent the
Trade Unions Division; Lieber-
man will attend as a member
of the national board of direc-
tors.
A resolution presented by
Division chairmen will be: Dr. Wil-
liam Klein, Mrs. Adele Mondry and 1 Mrs. Adele Mondry, co-chair-
David Sislin for the Farband Division; man of the Farband Division
Morris A. Lifshay, Bernard Schiff, 1
Paul Sislin and Samuel Yagoda for and Histadrut chairman of Ar-
the L. Z. 0. A. Division; Mrs. Esther lazaroff Branch 137, set the
Fishman and Mrs. Belle Glenner for
the Pioneer Women Division; Paul i goal at $150,000.

Brickner, Nathan Rose, Ben Rubinger 1
and Morris Sklar for the Organizations
Division; Ben Harold. Moe Saslove and I
Samuel Schwartzberg for the Trades
Division; Irving Bluestone, David
Chaney, Morris Coleman, Barney Hop-
kins, Arthur King, Tom McNamara
and Myra Wolfgang for the Trade
Unions Division.
Members of the Campaign Council
are: Samuel Belkin, Albert Berke,
Alex Berson, Max Brose, Morris
Chasnick, Sam Cohen, Mrs. Doris Fish-
man, Jack Glazer, Harry Gonte, Mrs
Dena Greenberg, Samuel J. Greenberg,
Morris Hayet, William Hordes, Sol
Kanat, Morris D. Kane, Samuel Kane,
Mrs. Ida Katz, Harold Kempner, Wal-
ter E. Klein, Benjamin M. Laikin,
Louis Levine, Pauline Liberson, Mor-
ris Malin, Abe 1VIedow, Harry Mondry,
J. B. Ormond, Mrs. Helen Posner, Os-
car Rappaport, Solomon Rubin, Mor-
ritz Schubiner, William Schumer, Max
Shmukler, J. M. Singer, Mrs. Sophie
Sislin, Mrs. Toby Slabosky, Nathan
Standler, Dr. Saul C. Stein, David
Teitlebaum, Manfred Werner and Mrs.
Helen Wyzan.

SID SHMARAK'S

The mechanical trades division
will hold its election, 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the Jewish
Center. The division nominees
are:

MISS MAI PENNINGTON

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Pen-
nington of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Mai Leigh, to
Richard Schiller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice S. Schiller
of Huntington Woods.
The bride-to-be majored in
art at the University of Chat-
tanoogo and the University of
Kentucky. Her fiance was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan in 1959, majoring in
theater and drama. He is now
assistant director of the Com-
munity Theater in Midland,
Tex., and director of the Chil-
dren's Theater and Theater
School there. The wedding is
set for Dec. 15 in Chattanooga.

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