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June 11, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Marilynn Kahn to Wed
Arnold Levin Aug. 29

activities in Society

Criterion Club Plans
Installation Banquet

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By HATTIE
The Criterion Club will install
(Mrs. Seymour
Lillian Jane Rubin as president,
Schwartz)
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kahrnoff, 24528 Rensselaer, Oak Park, together with 14 other officers and El UN 4.7294
attended the recent reunion of Mrs. Kahrnoff's Stephens College class directors, at a 7 p.m. dinner-
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on the campus at Columbia, Mo. Some 200 alumnae and their husbands installation Sunday at Pyrros Res-
joined parents of the 700 graduating seniors for commencement and taurant and Lounge. Installation
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reunion activities which included tours of the new $2,750,000 learning ceremonies and the banquet will • Stationery
be followed by social dancing.
center dedicated last October.
Monogrammed
This will open the fourth year
Gift Sets Jack Gorback Photo
Maxwell L. Nadis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nadis, 19461 Meyers,
will be honored at an open house planned by his parents for family of service of this organization for O
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and friends Sunday afternoon. The honoree received his doctors single adults with civic, social,
FOR TOP ENTERTAINMENT
cultural and philanthropic pro-
degree in education Thursday at Wayne State University.
Val Campbell Theatrical Agency
grams.
Call SEYMOUR
Jules Doneson of the Jules Doneson Travel Agency is in Miami
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Beach as a guest of Delta Airlines in conjunction with the summer
864-7294 or 353-7220
Truth is heavy, therefore few
promotion program.
carry it — The Talmud
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Mrs. Lee Franklin Weinstock has returned from an extensive
stay in Florida where she was a guest at the Miami Interama celebra-
Have Your Family Portrait • Wedding
tion for 1,000 civic leaders, Miami Beach's Golden Jubilee, Greater
Tastefully Photographed by
Our Professional Staff
Miami Summer Fiesta and a fashion ocean cruise. She also was invited
to a champagne breakfast by former French Resistance leader Count
deVogue and the Countess of Paris.
Rabbi and Mrs. James I. Gordon have been invited to participate
in the dedication of the new Shaarie Torah Synagogue in Portland,
Ore. this weekend. Rabbi Gordon served this congregation from
1950 to 1954 and has been invited to return and deliver the Sabbath
sermon and dedicatory address at the Sunday evening banquet.
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Detroiter Marguerite K o z e n n Chajes, who is attending the


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Mandl, will be present at the inauguration ceremony of the newly
elected Austrian president, Franz Jonas.

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MISS MARILYNN KAHN

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kahn of
Greenlawn Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mari-
lynn Harriet to Arnold A. Levin,
son of Mrs. Sima Levin of Cran-
brook Dr. and the late Mr. Yale
Levin.
An Aug. 29 wedding is planned.

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Keyed-up
executives:

unwind
tonight at
the Sheraton-
Cadillac

Here's the plan. Grab the wife

and take a leisurely drive
downtown. Feel the tensions
start to trickle away. Walk
into the Early American
warmth of the Sheraton-
Cadillac's Motor Bar. Watch
that trickle turn into a torrent.
Sit yourself down to a large
drink and an even larger
steak and salad. Bingo. Your
worldly wounds are healed,
and you're a hero with the
wife to boot. Try it tonight.

"In" Inn

The Sheraton-Cadillac is the "In" Inn in Detroit, because of the
"way-out" thinking of its over 750 employees. Like Mark Schmidt
. . . our Innkeeper. It was Mark's idea to take thirty stories of
brick, steel and concrete and give them warmth . . . the personal
touch. Take the Motor Bar. Sounds "Gas House"; looks "Gas Light."
Here you'll find rich wood paneling, deep burgundy carpeting, and
an assortment of antiques and reproductions that say "Down with
the cold glitter and glare of dining out." This same warmth of decor
flows throughout the hotel. Into the ultramodern Cafe Caprice, the
formal dining elegance of the Book Casino and Town Room, the
Bantam Bar, and into every one of our 1200 freshly decorated guest
rooms. Yet warmth and friendliness aren't all that go into the
makeup of this great hotel. There are our three dining rooms.
And filling them with unmatched cuisine Is our internationally famous
Chef Hagen. There are our 18 service rooms, for banquets, balls
and meetings. And fluently managing each fete that takes place
therein are Bill Goldsberry and our Confucius of Catering, Herman
Schwartz. In short, the warmth of our hotel is generated by people.
Over 750 of them. People like Mark Schmidt, Chef Hagen, Bill
Goldsberry and Herman Schwartz., People who give our hotel the
warm personal touch. People who touch personally the service of
each and every guest. Respectfully, the Sheraton-Cadillac, Detroit's
largest, most accommodating hotel.

SHERATON-CADILLAC HOTEL

1114 WASHINGTON BOULEVARD, DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48226

from democratic Western coun-
tries.
He declared that Israel can ab-
sorb 6,000,000 settlers and ex-
pressed the hope that the 3,000,-
000 Jews from Russia eventually
will come to Israel.
the
Shragai also out
Jewish Agency Aliyah program
at a luncheon on Wednesday. Ac-
companying him here was Dov
Sherphatiah, director of the Jewish
Agency Aliyah department in the
Midwest. Rabbi Isaac Stoilman
was one of his hosts in Detroit.

Israel Consul General Jacob Bar-
more.
For dinner reservations, dietary
laws observed, call the Israel Bond
Office, DI 1-5707.
Other members of the dinner
committee, still in formation, in-
clude Norman Adelsberg, Joseph
Birnholtz, Arnold Einhorn, Fred
Ferber, Steve Goldin, Rubin Her-
man, Joseph Kagen, Gene Klein,
Mrs. Herman Klahr, Sol Kleinman,

Irving Mandel, Andy Martin, Abe
Oliwek, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oli-
wek, Simon Schwarzberg, Martin
Water, Jack Waksberg and Abe
Web erman.

For the blind in mind there is
no physician.—The Talmud

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 11, 1965-23 ,

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The Shaarit Haplaytah (surviv-
ors of 1945) will hold their third
annual dinner - dance on behalf of
Israel Bonds,
6 p.m. June 27,
in the Latin
Quarter. Guest
star will be Emil
Cohen. Eric
Rosenow and his
orchestra w i 1 1
provide music
for dancing.

ing chairman. Ben Kawer will be
the emcee at the dinner-dance.
Rabbi Charles Rosenzweig is pres-
ident of Shaarit Haplaytah.
The Shaarit Haplaytah Israel
Bond effort, launched at a lead-
ership reception in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lipton, 20561
Huntington Rd., was addressed by

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Shaarit Haplaytah
Plans Third Annual
Bond Dinner-Dance

Martin H. Rose,
a survivor of the
Warsaw Ghetto,
will be the chair-
man of the af-
f a i r. Co-chair-
men are Joe
Goldschmid and
Cohen
Jack Lipton. Sol
Tyner is ticket chairman with
Simon Cieck as ticket co-chair-
man. Mrs. Leon Popowski is mail-

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Truly the finest Music and
Entertainment for the discriminating

Israel's Chief Host, S. Z. Shragai,
Extends Welcome to Settlers from U. S.

S. Z. Shragai is the chief host
in Israel. As head of the Aliyah
department of the Jewish Agency,
he supervises the receptions for
tens of thousands of newcomers
to Israel from many lands.
On Wednesday evening, at an
overflowing meeting in the Beth
Abraham hall, he extended a wel-
come to American Jews to come
to Israel and to share in the glor-
ies of Zion redeemed.
Shragai, who was the first
mayor of Jerusalem after the es-
tablishment of the State of Israel,
spoke under auspices of the Zionist
Council of Detroit and the mid-
west section of the Jewish Agency.
David Berris presided at the
meeting and greetings were ex-
tended to the eminent guest by
Rabbi Israel Halpern, David
Cohen. who spoke in behalf of
Mizrachi, and Morris Lieberman,
president of the Zionist Council.
Shragai said there is
enough work in Israel for as
many as will come. He especially
extended welcome to special-
ists in all areas of endeavor and
declared that Israel needs art-
isans as well as professionals.
He urged parents to bring their
children to Israel for observance
of Bar Mitzvahs and declared that
Israel is not for the persecuted
alone but desires to see settlers

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