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June 11, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Bereznitzer Purchase $25,050 in Bonds Allied Vet Units
to Greet JWV
Conventioneers

At the Bereznitzer Aid Society welcome back party for the
Sol. Kanats, on their return from Israel, at which a total of $25,050
in Israel Bends was subscribed. From left are Dr. Irvin 0. Kanat,
master of ceremonies; Art. and Mrs. Sol Kanat, who received an
Israel Bond scroll of honor, and Robert Lure, the guest speaker.
The society itself bought $5,000 in bonds in holior of the Kanats.
The affair was held in the Sholem Aleichem Institute.

Union Buys $25,000 in Israel Bonds

x•- •.:;:•• ,

Stuart F. Dingle (left), trust officer of the Manufactures
National Bank, hands over a check for $25,000 Israel Bond purchase
by the United Distributive Workers, Council 30, of which Earl Wolf-
man (center) is business manager, as AI Barbour, president of the
Wayne County AFL-CIO Council, shakes Wolfman's hand. The
purchase was made in honor of Barbour. Although Wolfman
could not attend the testimonial dinner for Al Barbour, he tele-
phoned his pledge and implemented it as soon as he arrived in
Detroit.

MEN'S CLUBS

TAU EPSILON RHO LAW
FRATERNITY, Detroit Graduate
Chapter will hold a business meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Benjamin W. Grant, 19207
Warrington. All members are
urged to attend.
* * *

Final plans for the 24th annual
state convention of the Depart-
ment of Michigan Jewish War
Veterans and its Ladies Auxiliary
have been announced by Chairmen
Harry Friedman and Mrs. Sam
Skupsky.
The convention week-end, open-
ing Saturday, with services at Beth
Moses Synagogue, will officially
start with registration at 8:30 p.m.
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs.
Morton Oppenheim is registration
chairman.
A champagne cocktail party will
follow. Hostesses will be the
Robert J. Rafelson Auxiliary.
Business sessions will open Sun-
day morning at the Institute fol-
lowing joint memorial services at
9:30 a.m. Mrs. Ben Cowan is in
charge of the services.
Bloch-Rose Auxiliary will host-
ess a continental breakfast 8:30
a.m. Sunday at the Institute.
Distinguished, guests from
allied veterans' g r o u p s will
bring greetings to Commander
John Litzky and President Mrs.
Jack Iden during the morning
business session. Mrs. Albert
Rosen is distinguished guests
chairman.
A special award from the Treas-
ury Department for the sale of
U.S. Bonds will also be presented
to the ladies department.
Following the luncheon break,
two scholarships presented jointly
by the departments will be
awarded. (See Youth Page.) Fur-
ther business sessions and the
election of officers will follow.
Trophies will be awarded to
several auxiliaries for excellence
in membership procurement,
Americanism and in historian
books. A national membership
trophy will be awarded to the
member bringing in the most new
members in the past year.
A banquet honoring Comman-
der Litzky will be held 6:45 p.m.
Sunday at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Jack Schwartz is in charge
of the banquet.

Bond Fete June 24

speaker will be Probate Court to Honor Pioneers
Judge Ira G. Kaufman. For reser-
The labor Zionist movement
vations, call Alan Adelson, 342- Israel anniversary celebration will
6220 ,or Herman Streit, UN 44119.
be held 8:30 p.m.
* * *
June 24, at the
Labor Zionist In-
Continue Effort on Bonds
stitute. It will

Urged by Men's Club

culminate the

The National Federation of
Labor Zionist-
MOSAIC LODGE, F.&A.M., will
meet to honor District Deputy In- Jewish Men's Clubs of the United
Landsmanshaften
Israel Bond cam-
structor Theodore Bronson 5 p.m. Synagogue of America called upon
Wednesday in the Masonic Tem- its members in the United States
paign and will
ple. Bronson will be presented an and Canada to give their maxi-
honor the Pio-
honorary membership in the lodge mum support to the Israel Bond
neers of the
by Mitchell A. Goldstone, worship- campaign because "economic self-
Labor Zionist
ful master. After dinner, guest sufficiency is imperative to the
movement—those
dignity and sovereignty of Israel
who belonged to
as a free nation."
the movement for
WS :Arfigreffita410.-.. - VA S IOAN
In a resolution adopted at its
30 years or long-
4,
36th annual convention, the Na-
er. It will also
linEliti9KII\TGIIAK
tional Federation said that the
honor the partici-
economic development of Israel
' r.Aiji - TCON At- 1ZE FP5
pating Landsman-
has been achieved through an
ja
le
shaften.
investment p a rtn er ship estab-
Brown
Nahum Shamir,
lished with Israel thorugh the Israel Economic Minister to the
instrumentality of Israel Bonds.
United States, will be guest speak-
i
er. Meyer L. Brown, honorary presi-
dent of the Farband-Labor Zionist
WSU Prof to Discuss
Order, will be a special guest. Ron
Aid to Education Act •
Eliran, leading Israeli folk singer,
Arlazaroff Br a n c h, Farband will be the guest star.
Labor Zionist Order will meet 8:30
Harry Schumer is campaign
1
p.m. Wednesday at the Labor chairman, Morris Lieberman, testi-
Zionist Institute.
monial chairman, and Mrs. Morris
4
Dr. Joseph Trauman, professor L. Schaver, honorary chairman of

at Wayne State University, will the celebration. For table reserva-
speak on the federal aid to educa- tions call the Israel Bond office,
,.
l a
tion act.
DI 1-5707.
,sy-
it 0
Refreshments w i 11 be served.
Guests invited.
Secretary of State Dean Rusk
has appointed ALAN M.
At a recent meeting of the STROOCK to the United States
board of governors of Hebrew Commission for the U.N. Educa-
Iin
'
.° CUSProM
112. 5.
Union College-Jewish Institute of tional, Scientific and Cultural Or-
f' ., .I.
TAI LoQi1G-P .1-4;;VA
P. WooDWARD 04 4
Religion, Sidney Meyers, chair- ganizations as representative of
, 1 FNEATTIKG Pil BE 4,-
AT
man of the board, announced a the American Jewish Committee.
r.szmaJ ,IP: ' MAPLE ,
NELSON GLUECK Professorship Stroocks appointment is effec-
of Bible, made possible by funds tive immediately and his term
t inr.O.TLAWAM.: 16".01.
contributed by board members continues until the end of the
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
and friends of Dr. Glueck in honor 1967 fall meeting of the corn-
of his 65th birthday.
mission.
26—Friday, June 11, 1965

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JWV Activities

POST and AUXILIARY 510 at
its 18thannual installation dinner-
dance saw State Commander John
Litzky install Marvin Epstein as
commander; Paul Epstein and
Henry Glass, vice commanders;
Manny Friedman, adjutant; Sam
Gross, quartermaster; Arnold
Grossman, judge advocate; and
Jack Prinstein, Mel Grossman,
Jerry Herwitz and Mel Mogill
(alternate), trustees. Shirlee Iden,
auxiliary department president,
installed Mesdames Ida Glass,
president; Alice Katzman and Lila
Reder, vice presidents; Lorraine
Baum, and 'Freida Greenfield,
secretaries; Esther Freedman, his-
torian; Lenore Grossman, chap-
lain; Mikki Katz, conductress;
Sadye Pesick, guard; and Marilyn
Epstein, Audrey Mogill, and Ruth
Rader, trustees.
* *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS C O H E N

68 New JNF Settlements
Planned Within 3 Years

NEW YORK — Max Bressler,
president of the Jewish National
Fund, who has returned from a
two-week mission to Israel, re-
ported to the board of directors
of JNF that 68 new JNF settle-
ments will be established within
the next three years in cooperation
with the government of Israel and
the Jewish Agency.

While in Israel, Bressler com-
pleted arrangements for the erec-
tion of the Jahn F. Kennedy Mon-
ument at the entrance to the Ken-
nedy Peace Forest in the Judean

Hills outside Jerusalem.

The National Swimming Pool
Institute in Washington, D.C., an-

nounced the election of SEY-
MOUR BRODE, president of Star-

lite Pools, Inc., Southfield, Michi-
gan, as regional vice president
and chairman of the NSPI public
relations committee.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

SAMMY
WOOLF

AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.

Monday at the home of Anne Dis-
ner, 17336 Monica. Co-chairmen
Yatta Glass and Anne Rubin an-
nounce a picnic-games outing will
be held for a group of children

with muscular dystrophy June 27
at Peterson Park. For information
call President Betty Spinner, LI
1-4687.
* * *
JOSEPH L. BALE POST will
hold its annual golf outing Tues-
day at Hillcrest Country Club. For
reservations, call Pete Yura, UN
4-5563.

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