Israel Coins Available on Holiday from Bank Leumi
Miss Burdick Engaged
to David Keith Page
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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pion-
eer Women, will hold a luncheon-
meeting noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Abe
Parker and Mrs. Irving Plotnick
will be hostesses. Members and
friends are invited.
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NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the home of Mrs. David Cern,
17357 Pinehurst. Plans for the
Melava Malke, benefitting the Ye-
shivath Beth Yehuda, will be an-
MISS ANDREA BURDICK
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION SISTERHOOD will elect
officers at its meeting 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Maly-Cohn Branch,
United Hebrew Schools. Following
the election, there will be a Crazy
Hat Contest. Members are asked
to bring their own scissors.
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FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet noon
Monday at the home of Mrs. Rose
Lowenthal, 15476 Sorrento.
Judge and Mrs . Benjamin D.
Burdick of Roslyn Rd. announce
the engagement of their daughter I
Andrea to David Keith Page, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. Page
of Greenlawn Ave.
Miss Burdick is a junior at
Wayne State University Law
School. Her fiance, a former Ful-
bright scholar at the London!
School of Economics, is a graduate
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of Dartmouth College and Harvard
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will present a Torah instal-
A July wedding is planned.
lation luncheon noon Monday at
the social hall. Featured on the
Reunion Set for Tonight program will be the Sisterhood
The .:. ill anniversary reunion Choral Group and the installation
of Central High School graduates of officers. For tickets, call Lottie
of January and June 1945 will Partovich, LI 6-4452.
be held 8:30 p.m. today at Tam
O'Shanie: Country Club.
Women, will hold a luncheon noon
Wednesday in the home of Mrs.
Max Kleinbard, 19330 Kentucky.
Games will follow. Hostesses will
be Mesdames Morris Order, Ida
Stone and Rose Kleinbard.
BY BALD WJA.
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will celebrate Independence Day
at its meeting noon Tuesday in
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Movsas Goldoftas, director of the
Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish
School. will be guest speaker, and
there will be a special "birthday
ceremony." Refreshments will be
served. Guests invited.
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ACROSONICS START AT $945
Eves. Mon. thru Fri.
Eves. Mon. & Fri.
BOTH STORES OPEN SUNDAY 1-5
To commemorate Independence
Day, May 6, the Israel government
is making available through the
N.Y. Branch of Bank Leumi, Is-
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS, rael's oldest . and largest bank, at
City of Hope, will hold a meeting 60 Wall Street, special proof-like
of its executive board 8 p.m. Wed- sets of Israel's 19-65 coinage.
nesday in the home of Mrs. Elliot
The coins are in six denomina-
Schubiner, 25405 Catalina, South- tions — 1 Agora, 5, 10, 25 and 50
field. The group's annual spring Agorot, and one Pound. They will
rummage sale will be held May be sold over the counter from 9
2-3 in the American Legion Hall, a.m. to 3 p.m. at the government
Berkley. Mrs. William Lovinger issue price of $3.00, only one set
is chairman. Clothing, china. glass,
small household articles. men's
For the HY Spot
and boys' wear, and other items
Of Your Affair
wil be sold. Contributed items may
be left at the Legion Hall May 2.
BETH JOSEPH SISTERHOOD
will hold its Mothers and Daugh-
ters banquet 6 p.m. May 11 at Holi-
day Manor. Guests invited. For
reservations, call Sarah Karp, UN
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PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will honor May
birthdays at its business meeting
7:45 p.m. Monday in Eureka Tem-
ple. Refreshments will be served.
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SUBURBAN DETROIT CHAP-
TER, Deborah Hospital, will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday in the Oak Park
Community Center. Fund - raising
items will be displayed, and a re-
port on canister solicitation will
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
hold a social meeting noon Tues-
day in the home of Mrs. Benjamin
Levine, 13120 Ludlow, Huntington
Woods. Games will be included.
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RODIN CLUB will hold its last
regular meeting of the season 1
p.m. May 12 in the home of Mrs.
Jack Moss, 18231 Lauder. A report
on the completed plans for the an-
nual installation luncheon, to be
held June 9 at Northland Inn, will
be given by Mrs. Philip Jacobs.
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HEBREW LADIES AID SO-
CIETY will hold its paid-up mem-
bership luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the Jewish Center. Mrs.
Allan Janawitz is chairman.
IOTA ALPHA PI SORORITY
will hold its annual Mother's and
Children's banquet 6:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Raleigh House. A program
will be presented and awards
given. For information and reser
vations, call Mrs. Herbert O.
Schein, LI 7-2362.
Notables to Honor
Barbour at Dinner
A cross section of more than 170
leaders in the fields of labor, gov-
ernment, education, religion and
other areas are members of the
host committee for the Al Barbour
testimonial dinner, which will be
h e 1 d Thursday,
May 13, 6 p.m.,
at the Veterans
ing. T h e dinner
is sponsored by
the Israel Bond
Trade Union Di-
president of the
AFL-CIO C o u n-
cil, is being hon-
ored for his
dedication to the
U.S. Senator George McGovern
(D) of South Dakota will be the
Mayor Jerome Cavanagh, honor-
ary chairman, will bring greetings
on behalf of the city of Detroit.
E m i 1 Mazey, UAW secretary-
treasurer, is the dinner committee
chairman. Co-chairmen are August
Scholle, president, Michigan State
AFL-CIO; Alex Fuller, vice presi-
dent, Wayne County AFL-CIO;
Barney Hopkins, secretary-treas-
urer, and William C. Marshall, vice
president, respectively, of t h e
Michigan State AFL-CIO.
The host committee includes
Senators Patrick V. McNamara and
Philip A. Hart; Walter P. Reuther,
president of the UAW; Justice
Paul Adams of the Michigan State
Supreme Court; G. Mennen Wil-
liams, assistant secretary of state
for African Affairs; Council Pres-
ident Ed Carey and Councilmen
Ed Connor, Mel Ravitz and Philip
I. Van Antwerp, and Robert
Holmes, president, Teamsters Lo-
cal 337, and a host of judges,
county officials and other notables.
The advisory committee consists
of: Ken Bannon, Irving Bronson,
Dick Cordtz, Dan Diamond, Nelson
Jack Edwards, Doug Frazer, Pat
Greathouse, Howard P. Greene,
Robert Holmes, Anton Jakobs, Mil-
dred Jeffrey, Isaac Litwak, Joseph
McCusker, George Merrelli, Ken
Morris, Mike Novak, Lucien
-"Boots" Weir, John F. Williams,
Myra Wolfgang, E a r 1 Wolfman,
Herschel Womack, Jack Wood,
Leonard Woodcok, Braden Young
and Charles G. Younglove.
Barbour served as secretary-
treasurer of the Wayne County
CIO Council from 1948 to 1958 and
when the AFL and CIO merged in
1958, he was elected president of
the Wayne County AFL-CIO Coun-
cil and has held the key post which
represents 332,000 workers ever
For tickets to the testimonial
dinner, call the Bonds office, DI
Acclaim Workmen's Bill
The passage of a workmen's
compensation bill by the State
Senate and House of Representa-
tives was hailed as "the most sig-
nificant legislative breakthrough
in a decade" by Senate Majority
Leader Raymond D. Dzendzel, (D-
Detroit), and Senator Sander M.
Levin (D-Berkley), who is chair-
man of the Senate labor commit-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 30, 1965-25
to a purchaser.
According to a spokesman for
Israel Government Coins and
Medals Corporation, the official
distributor of the Israel coins, this
is the first time new Israel coins
will be available to coin collectors
through commercial banking chan-
nels in the United States.
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