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March 19, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-19

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SOC Hadassah
to Hear National
Officer at Rally

Ball Rolling for ORT Benefit

"Focus on Fund Raising" will
be the theme of a South Oakland
County Hadassah meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at , the Southfield
Civic Center.
Mrs. Max Schenk of New York,
national treasurer of Hadassah,
will be guest speaker at the Youth
Aliyah campaign kickoff.
Mrs. Schenk, past national Youth
Aliyah chairman, will speak on
"Every Child—A Dearest Child."
A member of the Hadassah dele-
gation to the Zionist Congresses
in 1956, 1960 and 1964, Mrs.
Schenk was a captain of the two
Hadassah pilgrimages to Israel and
has traveled through Communist
countries, where she observed
Jewish communities at first hand.
As a resident of Sidney, Australia,
for many -years, she held positions
of leadership in WIZO, Women's
International Zionist Organization.
Tuesday's program will include
a dramatic reading, "The Gift' of
Life," directed by Mrs." Victor
Hurwitz. Featured are Mrs. Her-
bert Josephson, Mrs. William
Ernst and Mrs. Hurwitz.
Dessert and coffee will precede
the meeting.

Obs.i!.0000 --0 ** 8-w.

Detroit Round Table to Show Two New Films

The Women's Division of the De-
troit Round Table will sponsor a
film preview 1 p.m. April.1 in the
Cathedral School auditorium. Cof-
fee will be served prior to the
presentation of the films, new to
the Detroit Round Table Library.
They are "Willie Catches On" and
"Everybody's Prejudiced."
A nominal donation is used to
add new films and to replace those
that are worn beyond repair, said

Mrs. Louis Redstone, film fund
committee chairman. Local groups
may borrow these films free of
charge.
Mrs. °Daniel Shapiro is vice-
chairman of the film fund com-
mittee. The preview is open to all
who are interested.

Young Marrieds to Meet
at Cong. Ahavas Achim

And His Orchestra

Young Married Couples of Aha-
vas Achim will hold a general
meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday, in the
social hall.
Refreshments will follow. For
information, call Bob Stein, 342-
4960, after 6 p.m.

FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT

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Ice Cream Village &
Coney Island Restaurant

Mrs. Harry Solomon holds up a graphic description of what
• Complete Meals
Women's American ORT does for the needy, unskilled workers
• Lunches
• Catering and carryouts
of the world through its program of rehabilitation through training.

With Mrs. Solomon on the arrangements committee for Michigan
Featuring Alinosi Ice Cream

Fantasies and Candy
ORT's Imperial Jewel Ball benefit are Mrs. Jack Rubin (seated),



BACK WITH PLEASURE at the •
Mrs. Leon Paul (standing, left) and Mrs. Robert L. Siegel.
13315 W. Seven Mile

AFFAIR THAT YOU TREASURE •
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(betwn. Littlefield & Snowden)

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Reservations are being taken by
8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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Weekends, 8 a.m. to 1 a.m.


can ORT, for its Imperial Jewel
eoesissuombefteiwiroseetses
Ball 7 p.m. April 3 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Mrs. Daniel C.
Siegel, general chairman, and co-
/
chairman Mrs. Harvey Willens
The Allied Veterans Council of
have appointed Mrs. Harry Solo- Wayne County, comprising 27 ma-
From LONDON, ENGLAND
mon to take reservations and Mrs. jor veteran organizations, unani-
Al Taubman for seating.
mously passed a resolution urging
Mrs. Jack Rubin, who originated West Germany to extend its statute
the idea of the ORT Imperial Ball of limitations on the prosecution
"Distinctive Styling in Music
and was its first chairman four of Nazi war criminals.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. years ago, has acted in an ad-
to your Individual Taste"
Newly elected president of the
Samuel Weinberg, 20047 Lesure, visory capacity.
Council is Jack Schwartz, past de-
will host a champagne dinner in
Mrs. Robert L. Siegel, chairman partment commander.
celebration of the couple's 50th
of
arrangements, is assisted by
The resolution noted that failure
wedding anniversary Sunday after-
Mesdames Leon - Paul, telephone to extend the statute beyond the
noon at Carl's Chop House.
Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg have squad; Ben Brant and Leonard May 8 cut-off date "would be an af-
COHEN, ZAGER & REZNICK—Proprietors of
been Detroit residents for the Schreiber, education; Joseph Falk, front to the memory of the mil-
whole of their married life. Mr. cashier; Joseph Jacobson, menu; lions who were crushed by the
Weinberg is a life member of I Emily Brown, photographs; and Nazi holocaust as well as those who
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim and a Herman Hack, treasurer. Secre- honorably served and died in de-
daily worshiper at Cong. Ahavas taries are Mrs. Philip Begun and fense of liberty and the moral
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'principles cherished by all free
Achim. His wife is a member of Mrs. Richard Bleznak.
citizens."
Cong. Ahavas Achim Sisterhood.
The Council forwarded its reso-
The couple's children are the Conservative 'Women
lution to representatives of the
David Weinbergs -, Samuel Chapins
* Fresh Cut-Up Chicken Parts
West German government.
and Avery G. Stallers of Detroit Plan. Brunch Session
Michigan Branch, National Wo-
and the Lester W e i n b e r g s of
* Ready Made Hamburger Patties
Youngstown, . 0. They have 10 men's League of United Synagogue
*City Chicken
*Oven Ready Turkeys
grandchildren. Family and friends of America, will hold a brunch and
* Rolettes
* Boneless Chicken Breasts
from Detroit and Ohio are expected open board meeting 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at Adas Shalom Syna-
*Veal Patties
at the dinner.
*Veal for Scallopini
gogue.
* Hamburger Steaks
SOL YETZ - MORRIS COHEN
officers and board members
Radomer Aid Banquet of All
*Minute Steaks
the 16 affiliated sisterhoods in AUMUARY will hold its paid-up
the Michigan Branch will be rep- membership affair 8 p.m. Monday
to Benefit Charities
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society resented, with Mrs. Isadore Lee- at the home of Ruth Shapiro, 18089
Sorrento. Fifteen new members
will hold their annual banquet 6 man presiding.
Rabbi Irwin Groner, regional will be obligated by Anne Wein-
p.m. Sunday at Imperial Caterers.
youth commission chairman, will stein, past auxiliary president, who
Proceeds will go to charity.
Sol Ager, president, has appoint- be guest speaker-consultant, and will present them with membership
ed Ben Halpern as toastmaster and the entire workshop will be focus- pins. Lillian Bernstein, past de-
partment president and president
FOR YOUR CONFIRMATION (WITH MAZEL)
Charles Alfield as chairman of the ed on youth. Mrs. Charles Wein-
stein of Flint is Michigan Branch of the Veterans Memorial Home
banquet committee.
AND
. . . ANY OTHER OCCASION - ORDER OUR
Association, will present a program
Dancing and entertainment by youth chairman.
M
usic."
-
MEAT
Plans for the May 23-24 con- on "A History of Jewish
Sam Weiner and his orchestra will
Dues may be paid at this meeting
OR
be featured.. Dinner will follow ference at the Pantlind Hotel,
DAIRY
Grand Rapids, will be discussed. to Tillie Goldman, dues chairman.
with cocktails.
The meeting was postponed from
For reservations call Charles Al- Mrs. Benjamin T. Smith of Grand an earlier date because of bad
field, LI 8-8292 or reservations Rapids is branch conference weather, Girls at the Juvenile
CARRY-OUT FOODS AVAILABLE
chairman.
chairman Max Wein, LI 7-8976.
Detention Home will be serviced
Roasted
Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing,

and refreshments.
1 with games, gifts
* * *
Potatoes and Gravy
Sgt. MORTON A. SILVERMAN
• Fresh Knishes Daily
• Tasty Delicious Kishka
POST will hold a brunch meeting
Chopped
Liver

Chopped
Herring • Dill Pickles

9:30 a.m. Sunday at the Labor
• Cheese Blintzes
• Sauerkraut
Zionist Institute. New members
will be installed, and a slate of
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officers will be nominated, accord-
ing to Commander David Fried-
man. Arrangements are chaired
lb.
A ONI LiYa bal;
by Sidney R. Cohen, vice com-
mander.
18252 WYOMING near CURTIS
lb.
OPEN
SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDOWN TO 1 A.M.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, March 19, 1965

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Area Veteran Units
Back Extension in
Resolution to Bonn

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and His ORCHESTRA

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