A joint birthday party will be given Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Arotzky by their children and friends. The event, to be held at
148 8 3 Santa Rosa, will recognize his 76th, and her 73rd birthday.
The couple has a son, Cec, in California, and three daughters,
Mrs. Ruth Hiller, Mrs. Hilda Alexander and Janet, all of Detroit.
Since arriving in Detroit in 1911, the couple has been active in
several community projects. Arotzky is recording secretary of
the Mogilever Progressive Aid Society. Mrs. Arotzsky has been
affiliated with the City of Hope and the Pioneer Women.
Attending the recent annual fall conference in Akron, Ohio,
of the Great Lakes Region, National Federation of Jewish Men's
Clubs, were Abraham Satovsky, Dr. Davis A. Benson, Maurice
Reistman, I. Murray Jacobs, Abe Katzman, Allan Charlip. Bernard
Breyer, Ben Sidlow, Saul Waldman, Donald Nusholtz, Carl
Lichtenstein, Jack H. Kaufman, Dr. Marvin Last, Max Silverman,
Meyer Millman, Hyman Wassar, Albert Parven, Sam Molitz,
Abraham Halem, Gerald Goldberg, Joseph Sulkes, Morris Litvin,
Abe Meral, Morris Ginsburg, Fred Weiss and David Schwartz.
They were accompanied by their wives.
Mrs. Abraham Drabkin and Mrs. Alex Weisman will be
honored at a party to be given by the Detroit Ladies of the
American Medical Center, according to President Mrs. Paul
Shapiro. Mrs. Drabkin' plans to make her home in California. Mrs.
Weisman will leave soon for a winter vacation in Florida.
Esther P. Galin of Galin Realty Co., 12070 Greenfield, is in
New York City attending the convention of the National Board
of Realtors as a member of the Western Wayne County Board
of Realtors delegation. She will take the post-convention trip to
Bermuda with the Detroit Real Estate Board.
Anne Fisher will hold her annual luncheon dedicated to the
Child Rescue and Rehabilitation fund noon Nov. 23 at 19365
Monica. For information, call UN 2-3628.
Delegates of Mizrachi Hatzair to the annual Mizrachi con-
vention to be held in Long Beach, N.Y., will include Rabbi
Marshall Goldman and Abraham Schwartz.
In appreciation of chronicling the history of the Hannah
Schloss Memorial Bldg., Detroit's first Jewish community service
building, the Hannah Schloss Old Timers Association honored
Irving I. Katz with an honorary life membership in the asso-
Bee Kalt of the Bee Kalt Travel Service has just returned
from Mexico City where she attended the American Society of
Travel Agents convention. She was the guest of the El Presidente
Allan J. Roth of Church Rd., Oak Park, has returned from
a two-week visit to French Polynesia, including Tahiti, Moorea
and Bora-Bora. He stopped also in Los Angeles.
Gloria Gonik of Ardmore Ave. and Sandra Roth of Church
Rd., Oak Park, have returned from an eight-day stay at the
Americana Hotel in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ohrenstein of Ohrenstein Jewelers will
be guests of WXYZ for "a week-end on the town" as grand prize
winners of the most unusual and attention getting window display
for Vantage watches, in which many jewelers throughout the city
and suburbs participated.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zucker entertained many out-of-town
guests who were here to attend the wedding of her niece, Charna
Kass, to Yoel Yellen. Included were Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bakst,
Davida Bakst, Shelley Bakst and Mrs. Yale Kahn of California,
all former Detroiters, and Mr. and Mrs. William Leon of Mary-
land, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schlaifer of New York and Mrs. Emma
Goldman of Buffalo.
The Shaw-Hocking Club will hold a meeting and "hard
times party" 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Helen Florentz.
Worthy matrons and patrons of 1961,-62 and their spouses are
invited. Ree Kass, past matron of Purity Chapter, O.E.S., is
William Kass of Prevost Ave. was the honored guest at a
surprise party in celebration of his 50th birthday. The immediate
family and friends of 20 and 30 years attended. Included were
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samson, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Weiner and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Graff. Planners
of the affair included Mr. and Mrs. Joel Yellen and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Zucker.
!Israeli Delicacies Expo rted to U.S.
MISS JUDITH SINGER
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Singer
of Steel Ave. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Judith Ann, to Gerald Douglas
Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Keller of Radclift Ave.,
The bride-elect attended East-
ern Michigan University. Her
fiance is a student at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. A March wed-
ding is planned.
Two of Israel's most famous
foods are now available to
American consumers for the
first time as is another Israeli-
oriented delicacy which is new
to American tastes.
The three foods are among a
group of specialty kosher im-
ports produced in Israel under
the rabbinical endorsement and
supervision of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America. They are sold in
the United States under the
brand name of Telma and are
available in most major cities
in the United States.
The two foods known to most
Americans who have visited Is-
rael are Fallafel—which is also
sold under the product name of
Chi-Chi--and Hoummous. The
third new product is Techina
Telma kosher Fallafel is an
oriental vegetable food made
from chick peas flavored with
a selected variety of spices.
Chi-Chi is packaged in powder
form in paper sacks, two sacks
to an eight-ounce box. Each sack
will make 20 to 30 Fallafel
Want The Best?
Ask the Folks Who've Had
and His Orchestra
Israel this summer, will speak
on "Israel Through the Eyes of
A Social Worker," with empha-
sis on many of the some 1,000
institutions maintained by Pio-
neer Women and its sister or-
ganization in Israel, Moetzet
Detroit Council's president,
Mrs. Milton Weiss will greet the
members and guests of Pioneer
Women's 16 local chapters and
1,300 members, and Mrs. Nor-
man Kanter, past president of
Council, will rally all workers
to this year's increased quota
of $65,000 for expanded services
A varied program of Yiddish,
Hebrew and English songs has
been arranged by Mrs. Shirley
Munson, popular local singer. A
social hour will follow the eve-
Of national importance is
Michigan's output of maple
syrup, honey, spearmint, pepper-
mint, red clover seed, strawber-
ries, asparagus, rhubarb and
Telma Hoummous is a blend
of sesame, chick peas and blend-
ed spices sold in a 15-ounce tin.
It is ready to serve.
Michigan's forest product in-
dustries contribute over $650
million annually to the over-all
economy of the state.
I ! WHY WORRY I !
Leave Everything to Us
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
HENRY MORGEN THAU
meet 12:30 p.m.,
Nov. 21 at the Jewish Center. A
dessert luncheon will be served
by bowling league members. A
bazaar sale will feature items
created by the members. Pro-
ceeds will go to Bnai Brith
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP-
TER will meet 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day. The forming of groups
which will allow members to
pursue their various hobbies
will be discussed. For informa-
tion, contact Miss S. Cohen, 541-
7664, or Mrs. M. Golden.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE will cele-
brate its 106th anniversary with
an open meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. New members will be init-
iated. Exemplification of the
teachings of Bnai Brith will be
expounded by the degree team
comprised of past presidents
Elias Goldberg, Joseph L. Staub,
Alfred H. Bounin and William
Lite. Hyman N. Crystal and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel will
also take part.
In The Oak Park
Appointments New Being Taken
call: 542-1398 or 356-3974
Mrs. Sutker to Keynote Campaign
of Detroit Council, Pioneer Women
Keynoting the first phase of
Detroit Council of Pioneer Wo-
men's annual fund-raising cam-
paign will be
M r s. Phyllis
Sutker of Chi-
cago, it was
President o f
will chair the
Nov. 21 at the
Labor Zionist Mrs. Glenner
Mrs. Sutker, who was one of
10 Pioneer Women selected
throughout the United States by
national Pioneer Women to at-
tend a series of seminars in
Friday, December 20, 1963
Wednesday, January 1, 1964
INCLUDING . . .
THE VERY FINEST OF MEXICO
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOOK-COUZENS TRAVEL SERVICE
20441 JAMES COUZENS
DETROIT 35, MICHIGAN
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