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August 27, 1965 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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Susan Ellen Levine
Service Group's Election Scheduled for 'Stag Day' Sept. 9
A slate of 33 members-at-large
Harry B. Aronow, Herbert A. one candidate, and that such peti-
Bride of Robert Paletz and
two representatives of the Aronsson, Dr. Abraham Becker, tion along with a written certifica-

Top Entertainment Free
at Michigan State Fair

Shows by top stars of the enter-
tainment world will be a big bar-
gain at the Michigan State Fair
this year.
They'll all be free to State Fair
visitors.
Music and fun will be the key-
notes in the Music Shell and on
stage in front of the Grandstand.
The first Music Shell show will
be at 8:30 p.m. today, the first
evening of the fair, with the na-
tionally known Serendipity Singers
on stage.
The group also will present shows
from Saturday through Sept. 7, at
3, 5:30, and 8:30 p.m. daily.

MRS. ROBERT PALETZ

Susan Ellen Levine, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Horwitz of
Canterbury Rd. became the bride
of Robert Elliot Paletz at a recent
candlelight ceremony at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Paletz of
Grand Forks, N.D. After the wed-
ding trip the couple will live in
Madison, Wis.

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Pontiac community will be present-
ed by Harvey Willens, chairman of
the nominating committee, for
membership on the board of direc-
tors of the Detroit Service Group,
year-round organization of Allied
Jewish Campaign workers. The
election will take place at the an-
nual stag day, Thursday, Sept. 9,
at Knollwood Country Club, it was
announced by Max M. Shaye, DSG
president.
Of the 105 members of the Serv-
ice Group, 33 are elected by the
membership at large; 66 by the
trade and professional divisions;
two representatives from Pontiac,
two from the Junior Division, and
two from the metropolitan division
of the campaign.
The board of directors will elect
officers at the first meeting fol-
lowing the biennial meeting.
Past presidents of the Detroit
Service Group who are automatical-
ly directors are Mrs. Joseph H.
Ehrlich, Harvey H. Goldman, Jack
0. Lefton, Milton K. Mahler and
Gus D. Newman.
Allied Jewish Campaign chair-
men who are automatically direc-
tors are Maurice Aronsson, Louis
Berry, Abraham Borman, Irwin I.
Cohn, Sol Eisenberg, Max M. Fish-
er; Charles H. Gershenson, Irwin
Green, Joseph Holtzman, Abe
Kasle, John E. Lurie, Nate S. Sha-
piro, Leonard N. Simons, Abraham
Srere and Paul Zuckerman.
Nominees for members-at-large

Sidney J. Bertin, Louis C. Blum-
berg, Torn Borman, Paul Broder,
Alfred L. Deutsch, Eugene J. Ep-
stein, Aubrey H. Ettenheimer, Mey-
er M. Fishman, Irving Goldberg,
Warren D. Greenstone, Lewis S.
Grossman, Dr. I. Jerome Hauser,
Arthur Howard, John Isaacs, Sid-
ney J. Karbel, George D. Keil, Ed-
ward C. Levy, Sr., Malcolm S.
Lowenstein, Milton J. Miller, Har-
old S. Norman, Max J. Pincus, Hy-
man Safran, Abe Shiffman, Alex
Sklar, Richard Sloan, George M.
Stutz, A. Alfred Taubman, Jack J.
Wainger, Harvey Willens and
Stanley J. Winkelman.
Pontiac representatives are Abe
Lapides and Irving Steinman.
Members of the nominating
committee with Willens are Paul
Borman, N. Brewster Broder, Alex
Sklar, Joseph B. Slatkin, Robert A.
Steinberg and Julian S. Tobias.
Esther R. Prussian is director
of the Detroit Service Group.
Other persons may be nominated
by petitions signed by at least five
members of the organization, pro-
vided that each such petition shall
offer the name of not more than

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