BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB
will give a Father s, Sons and
Daughters Brunch 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue. Entertain-
ment and prizes will be featured.
Chairmen Jerry Kohn and Rose
Cherner are assisted by Joseph H.
Cherner, Sarah Farkus, Donald
Farkus, Clara Sabin and Faye
Kohn. Ticket chairman is Julius
Schlussel, KE 3-9231.
TEMPLE BETH EL ALEN'S
CLUB will hold its annual Spring
Supper-Dance 9 p.m. May 29 at the
temple. Milton Shafran is chair-
man, assisted by Robert Rosen-
bush. Dancing will be to the music
of Hal Gordon and his orchestra,
and there will be entertainment
by the Sabra Trio. Officers and
directors will be installed.
ALISHKAN ISRAEL MEN'S
COUNCIL will show the film,
"Let My People Go," 8:30 p.m.,
May 30 in the social hall.
Announced for Dec. 26
I , Children ' s Programs Still
Open at Jewish Center
1 1 Ri tes Slated for Fall
A T ,PHA OMEGA DENTAL FRA-
TERNITY will hold its annual!
seminar and installation of offi-
cers 1 p.m. Saturday at Northland
Inn. Regent Henry Green will con-
duct. Participating with the De-
troit Alumni Chapter will be mem-
bers from Saginaw, Flint and To-
ledo. National President John
Samuels of Cleveland will be pre-
sent. The installation dinner dance,
black-tie optional, will be held 6:30
p.m. in the Sheraton-Cadillac and
feature the participation of Presi-
dent Samuels. Succeeding local
president Dr. David Silver is Dr.
Clifford Heller, a native Detroiter
who graduated from the School
of Dentistry, University of Michi-
gan, in 1955. Dr. Leslie Moss will
serve as master of ceremonies. Dr.
Henry Green will install the ex-
ecutive committee: President-elect,
Dr. Sidney Rubenstein; editor, Dr.
Stuart Falk; recording secretary,
Dr. Jason Goode: corresponding
secretary, Dr. Bruce Billes; ser-
geant-at-arms, Dr. Frederick Gar-
ber, and treasurer, Dr. Richard
DETROIT LODGE 55. Knights
of Pythis, will be joined by Pyth-
ian Sisters Greater Detroit Tem-
ple at a Memorial Day Picnic May
30. at the Oak Park Municipal
Refreshments will be available.
A species of California pine,
the pinus insignis, has been intro-
duced into Israel by the Jewish
National Fund, which is optimistic
about the quick-growing tree's
prospects for acclimatization.
Election of Sir ISAAC WOLF-
SON as a director of PEC Israel
MISS SHARON HOROWITZ
Economic Corporation, New York,
A Nov. 27 wedding is planned was announced by Joseph Meyer-
by Sharon Lea Horowitz and hoff, chairman of PEC.
Stanley Alan Gorman. Miss
Horowitz is the daughter of Mrs.
Esther Horowitz of N. Montmartre
Ave., Oak Park, and the late Sam
Horowitz- Her fiance is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gorman
of Snowden Ave.
Sigma Sorority. Her fiance is a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity and is studying at the Uni-
versity of Detroit Dental School,
where he is affiliated with Alpha
Omega professional fraternity.
A Dec. 26 wedding is planned.
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KIAMESHA LAKE. .N.Y. (JTA)
—A resolution deploring the Arab
At Ten Mile Road
boycott against Israel and endor-
sing a bill pending now in Con-
gress to prohibit restrictive trade
practices a f f e c t i ng Americans,
such as the practices of the Arab
Boycott Office, was adopted
unanimously here at the conclud-
ing session of the 36th annual
Last Week's Winner of the
convention of the National Feder-
ation of Jewish Men's Clubs.
The convention was attended
by 700 delegates representing 350
MRS. ARTHUR BERLIN
Conservative congregations. I t
(8 lbs., 141/2 oz.)
elected Mannye London of Chi-
Congratulations on the birth of your
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David Rosenzweig of Philadelphia,
make your first week at home
who was named honorary presi-
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Another resolution endorsed
the efforts of the American So-1
May 7—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan ciety for the Prevention of
Belkin (E laine Fried), 22166 Cruelty to Animals, which is at-
Dante, Oak Park, a daughter, Alyse tempting to work out "humane
slaughter" practices that would
be acceptable to Jewish ritual pro-1
May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Sy War- cedures in the slaughter of ani-
shawsky (Geraldine Herman ), mals. The Federation warned,
27665 Doreen, Farmington, a son, however, that no procedures for
"humane slaughter" of small ani-
males have. as yet, been devised.
May 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam
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Rosens (Miriam Lachover), 23836
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May 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
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Milburn Ct., Livonia, a daughter,
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Mrs. Ely Rose, 18201 Marlowe.
Miss Taitelbaum is a graduate
of the University of Michigan,
where she was president of Phi
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Mr. and Mrs. William B. Taitel-
baum, 18229 Northlawn. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter Susan Rose, son of Mr. and
Geologists estimate an untapped
salt reserve of 71 trillion tons lies
Registrations are still being
accepted in all Jewish Center
summer programs for children.
Programs for pre - kindergarten.
kindergarten and grade school
children will be offered in two
periods, July 5-30 and Aug. 2-27.
One program for first and second
graders will run July 6-29 and
Aug. 3-26. For information, call
the Center, DI 1-4200.
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May 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Cordially invites you
and your friends to
S. Widenbaum (Ronna Leff), 20429
Ardmore, a daughter, Susan Fern.
* * *
April 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Rouff (Sylvia Deutelbaum),
18647 Hillcrest, Livonia, a daugh-
ter, Julie Beth.
* * *
April 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Gold (Anita Neiman). 19411
Starlane, Southfield, a son, David
Sunday, May 23rd
12 - 5 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron. Gerson
26640 Huntington, Huntington
Woods, will honor their son Mat-
thew on the occasion of his Bar
Mitzvah at an open house 2 to .5
p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday. No
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, May 21, 1965
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alternate date in case of bad weather
Sunday May 30 — 12-5 P.M.
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