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December 20, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-20

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JNF Women to Launch 'Pillars

of Courage' Israel Project Jan. 28

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A new project in Israel, "Pillars of Courage," will be
launched at the donor tea of the Jewish National Fund Women's
Auxiliary, to be held on Jan. 28, at Temple Israel, when 1500
Detroit women are expected to participate in the annual civic
event.
"Pillars of Courage" will consist of a circle of lofty columns
to be erected on the central square of Detroit JNF's new land
development site of Mishmar Hayarden, located on the northern
Galilee frontier of the Jewish State. Inscribed on the pillars
Will be the names of Detroit citizens who are contributing in
substantial measure to the reclamation of this strategic sector
of Israel. Details of the project will be unfolded at the tea by
Mrs. Pearl Nosan, JNF donor chairman. Mrs. Morris Kutinsky
is president of the JNF Auxiliary.
Mishmar Hayarden and the adjacent village of Gadot, now
being redeveloped by the Jewish National Fund on behalf of
the Detroit Jewish community, were both destroyed in Israel's
War of Liberation in 1948.
Mesdames Nosan (left) and Kutinsky are shown in the
photo with the architect's sketch for "The Pillars of Courage."

Israel Bond Hanukah Fete Sunday;
Entire Day Set for Victory Drive

Max Sosin, known as "De-
troit's toastmaster-general," will
be the toastmaster at the Israel
Bond Hanukah Victory Festival
Sunday, 8 p.m., in Latin Quar-
ter.
Sosin in He-
br ew means.
"joy" and he
has lived up
to his name.
Possessed o f
an excellent
voice, he sang
as a young
boy in the
famous Cantor
Pinchic k's
choir. He is an
able entertain-
er, gifted with
a sense of
humor and a
Sosin
fine talent as a story teller.
He has made these gifts the
basis of his career as a "free
entertainer," and has given
hundreds of performances be-
fore all sorts of organizations
in Detroit and out-of-town.
Nationally known performers
will head the program at the

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community-wide Hanukah af-
fair. The stars will be Emil
C o h e n, foremost American-
Jewish humorist and reconteur;
Zigi
Binor, Israeli accordion
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virtuoso; Renee, known as the
"J e w i s h-American Songbird"
and is a noted musical comedy
star, and the Zamarim, folk
singers, in a repertoire of Yid-
dish and Hebrew folksongs.
The Year of Redemption of
the first Israel Bonds will be
toasted with Israeli wine and
refreshments will be served.
The Hanukah Festival will cul-
cessful year in Detroit since
urinate Israel Bond's most suc-
1951. The entire Detroit Jewish
community is invited.'
Tickets, $1 per person, can
be obtained by contacting the
Israel Bond Office, 8522 W.
McNichols, DI 1-5707, or at
Latin Quarter on the evening
of the festival. The Israel Bond
Office will be open all day Sun-
day.
Friends of Israel, men and
women, are invited to take
part, in Israel Bond Victory
Day all day Sunday, which
will be the culmination of the
.final 1963 Israel Bond Victory
Drive.
Hundreds of volunteers are
needed for the for the all-out,
door-to-door drive seeking to
convert all outstanding Israel
Bond pledges into cash for De-
troit's biggest Israel Bond tri-
umph since 1951.
A breakfast will be served to
volunteer workers at the Israel
Bond Office, 8522 W. McNich-
ols, starting at 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
For information call DI 1-5707.
An appeal has been issued to
Israel Bond subscribers with
outstanding pledges to welcome
the volunteers who are devoting
their time and efforts to collect
cash for Israel.
The call to the volunteers has
been issued by Tom Borman,
Israel Bond general chairman;
Harry Cohen, cash collection
chair m a n; Mrs. Morris L.
S c h a v e r, Women's Division
chairman, and Mrs. Ed w a rd
Wishnetsky, Women's Division
cash collection chairman,

Just drop by drop and the
bucket fills.—Bamidbar Rabah 4.

Women's

Oseff-Kamlet
Troth Announced

JWV Ladies to Give
Party for Servicemen

The Jewish War Veterans
Ladies Auxiliary, Department
of Michigan. will conduct its
lannual holiday party for serv-
icemen at the USO on Tuesday.
Mrs. Joseph Schechtman is
c h a i r m a n, assisted by Mrs.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
Morris Adelstein, co-chairman.
will hold a victory luncheon
The Auxiliary will provide food
noon Jan. 8 at the Labor Zionist
and gifts throughout the day,
Institute. Helen Wyzan will
served by JWV ladies.
speak on her recent visit to Is-
The Auxiliary services the
rael and show color slides. The
USO on the first Tuesday of
luncheon will honor Tillie Berk,
each month during the year.
Sarah Rosens and Sylvia
The USO recently awarded the
Schwartz, Friends are invited.
JWV Ladies Auxiliary a certifi-
cate in recognition of its 11,583
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
hours of service. Also honored
neer Women, will hold a games
were Mrs. Harry Kogan, for
and social meeting Tuesday at
1,000 hours; Mrs. Ben Shiffman,
the Labor Zionist Institute.
650 hours; and Mrs. Harold
Hostesses will be Jennie Bis-
MISS ELIZABETH OSEFF
Jacobs, Mrs. Belle Berkowitz
trow and Edith Shapiro.
and Mrs. Ruth Schreiber, 300
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Oseff of Oak hours.
*
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK- Park announce the engagement
WOODS SISTERHOOD w i I 1 of their daughter, Elizabeth
hold a study group Oneg Shab- Ann, to Arthur Kamlet, son of
bat 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the •
synagogue. Guest speaker will Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kamlet of
be Rabbi J. Rackovsky. The pub- Brooklyn, New York.
lic is invited.
Miss Oseff graduated from the
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I University of Michigan, where
PYTHIAN SISTERS will in- she was a member of Circle '
stall the following officers at Honorary Society. Her fiance
a joint installation with the received his bachelor's degree
Knights Jan. 26 at the Imperial from Worcester Polytechnic In-
Terrace, 18451 Wyoming; Gert stitute, and his matser's degree
Trager, most excellent chief; from the University of Michi-
Mary Lorber, p.c.; Mary Gold- gan, where he is currently work-
Color, cut, clarity
smith, e.s.; Roz Fine, e.j.; June- ing on his doctorate. A June 14
wedding
is
planned.
beth Altman, manager; Cecile
Smith, secretary; Gerrie Raskin,
Lady's Pear Shaped
treasurer; Phyllis Fine, protec-
Diamond Ring Set
For the HY Spot
in 14K White Gold
tor; Sophie Thall, guard; and
Of Your Affair
Gussie Weiss, musician. C all
Value $875
Only
Music by
Gerrie Raskin, LI 8-5288, for
Lady's Pear Shaped
reservations.
Diamond Ring Set
* * *
in 14 K White Gold
WORKMEN'S CICRLE WOM-
And His Orchestra
Value $1,100 Only $
(Hy Utchenik)
EN'S DIVISION will meet 12:30
p.m. Monday at the center, an-
Lady's Pear Shaped
BR
2-5447
Diamond Ring Set
nounced Mrs. Moe Caplan,
• Distinctive Ceremonies
in 14 K White Gold
president.
a Specialty!
* * *
Value $1,600 Only $
DETROIT CANCER FIGHT-
ERS, CITY OF HOPE will meet • Candids • Formals
for lunch noon Monday at the
• Movies
Raleigh House, announced Mes-
ALL Your Photography
dames Jack Rosner and Archie
Done in a Distinctive
Rose, co-chairmen of hospital-
Way For Those
ity. •Mrs. Charles Young, vice-
Special Occasions
president of programming, has
By
scheduled a "Mad Hatters" pro-
gram as part of the activity.
1y2 blocks North of. Lodge. Expressway
Mrs. Harold Kozloff, president, CALL MR: ROSEN 341-4141
Open Evenings to 9 p.m.
will conduct a brief business
session.
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HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
will present a talk by Dr. Rob-
ert Drews on "A Day in the
Office of a Psychiatrist" 12:30
LIVERNOIS STORE ONLY!
p.m. Monday at •the home of
Mrs. Philip Lowell, 12946 Santa
Clara. Dessert luncheon. will be
served. Mrs. Ira Friedenberg is
program chairman. Election of
officers will be held.
Used in our own studio only
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LOW EASY TERMS
meet Monday, 12 noon, at the
home of Mrs. Max Davis, 15421
GRINNELL'S
19400 LIVERNOIS
UN 3-6997
Oakwood, Oak Park.
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