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November 12, 1965 - Image 18

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-12

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Principal to Address Neighborhood Meeting
Ilene Carol Mirvis
NCRAC Names Levy-Fish Engagement Asst.
Bertrand Sandweiss, assistant Community Council, who will dis-
principal of Mumford High School, cuss "The Advantages of Living in
Told in Kalamazoo
to Marry Stephen Leff 4 Detroiters to
will present the facts on public Detroit and the Postive Aspects of
schools in the Northwest area at an Established Jewish Community."
New Commissions
The meeting has beep called by
an open meeting sponsored by the


Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Mirvis,
18367 New Hampshire, Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Ilene Carol to Stephen
Leff, son of Mr: and Mrs. Julius
Leff of Island Park, L. I.
Miss Mirvis graduated from
Michigan State University's college
of education, where she was af-
filiated with Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority. Mr. Leff also graduated
from MSU, where he was affiliated
with Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
A June wedding is planned.

Early Deadline
for the Week of

On account of Thanksgiv-
ing, there will be an early
deadline on all copy for the
issue of Nov. 26.
All copy must be in our
hands before 9:30 a.m. on
Monday, Nov. 22. Photographs
must reach us by noon on Fri-
day, Nov. 19.
Deadline for classified ads
for that issue will be at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Four leaders of Detroit's Jewish
Community Council are among
those named to newly created
commissions of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Council.
They will participate in a re-
cently reorganized procedure for
joint study of Jewish community
relations issues by representatives
of the national Jewish agencies
and local Jewish community coun-
cils that comprise the NCRAC.
Aaron Goldman, NCRAC chair-
man, in announcing the appoint-
ments, said four commissions had
been established: church-state and
interreligious relationships; equal
opportunity; individual freedom
and Jewish security; and inter-
national community relations con-
cerns. Detroiters named to these
commissions are, Rabbi Morris
Adler, Walter Klein, Dr. Samuel
Krohn and Sidney M. Shevitz. The
new commissions replace double
the number of previous standing
committees of the NCRAC.
Also announced recently was
acceptance by the executive com-
mittee of the Jewish Community
Council of an invitation extended
by the Archdiocese of Detroit to
affiliate with the recently
created Project Equality.
A special Council committee
composed of Harold Berry and
John Shepherd, after a series of
meetings with officials of the pro-
ject and with representatives of
other denominations giving sup-
port, recommended this action to
the Council executive.
Reporting to the Council leader-
ship, Sheperd described the
program as "an attempt to utilize
the purchasing power and the
moral influence of religious in-
stitutions to end discrimination in
firms which supply goods and
services to these institutions."
Initiated as an Archdiocesan
program, it is contemplated that
in the future the project will
operate on an interfaith basis, with
the support of all church bodies.
In other actions, the Council ex-
ecutive approved membership ap-
plications received from the Akiva
Day School PTO and the Birming-
ham Temple. -

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• Arlazaroff to Hear
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• Ace Fund Raiser
• •

• •
Arthur King, vice president of
• • Laundry
and Linen Drivers Local
• •
Arlazaroff Branch

• •
• of Farband, Labor Zionist Order, 8
p.m. Wednesday at the Labor Zion-
• •
• • ist
• •
King, who visited Israel last

• • summer as a member of a

• •
Histadrut trade union delega-
• • tion, and Isaac Litwak, president

• •


or No Flying Carpet!

•You Always
• •
• • • Get the Best Ford
• •
Deal in Town!

• •


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of Local 285, are among the top
fund raisers for the local
Histadrut drive. Cultural chair-
man in charge of the program is
David Sislin.
Isadore Brown, chairman of
Arlazaroff, announced Mrs. Adele
Mondry and Nathan P. Rossen
have been elected co-chairmen of a
Committee of organization volun-
teers for the Histadrut drive. The
group will name an official dele-
gate to Histadrut's 'national con-
vention in New York later this
For many years, Arlazaroff has
been an active supporter of the
Histadrut campaign.

TENZER (D., N.Y.) was elected to
the board of trustees at Yeshiva
University , It was announced by
M Grand River
S I Max J. Etra, chairman 'of the
Just West of Telegraph


KE 8-6600
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• •
• •

Esther Berman Branch PTO 8:15
p.m. Nov. 23 at the Berman United
Hebrew Schools Building.
Also on the program will be
Alvin L. Kushner, community af-
fairs associate of t h e Jewish

the PTO to discuss the problems
of a changing neighborhood and
to offer assurance that the neigh-
borhood can survive.
All members of the community
are invited.


Is Pleased to Announce That



Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Levy
of Kalamazoo announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Thea
to Barry Fish, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Fish of St. Mary's Ave.
Miss Levy attends Eastern Mich-
igan University. Mr. Fish is a se-
nior at the University of Michigan.
An Au-gust wedding is planned.

is now associated with them . . . And invites
you to stop in to .see him !


BR 2-2550


2 Blocks East of Southfield

Pat Reynolds admits she was wrong!

(She was sure electric dryers were more expensive.
Then we showed her. these money-saving facts.)


Gas dryers cost a couple of pennies less per load to opei4te;
we'd be the first to admit it. But with electric dryers you still
come out ahead. Read on.
Electric dryers cost less to buy. Model for model, prices run
about $20 to $40 lower than gas dryers.
And now, for a limited time, this lower price includes instal-
lation and wiring, if needed, when you buy from one of the
many dealers participating in this special sales event.
Electric dryers cost nothing for electrical repairs or labor.
Gas dryers? Well, you can get a manufacturer's repair service
policy---but it will cost you up to $120 over the first five years
of operation alone. Of course, if your dryer is electric, Edison
comes out, repairs electric operating parts, and leaves with-
out leaving you a bill! (It's the only no-charge dryer repair
service offered by a utility company in this area.)
Add up ALL the costs and you'll see what Pat Reynolds saw
—electric dryers actually cost less to own.


Her skyrocket rise to stardom as Eliza Doolittle brought her the acclaim of the public and press as a
theatrical discovery of the first magnitude. She is now considered to be Israel's number one
songstress and her album of the Hebrew version of "MY FAIR LADY" on Columbia is a smash

WHAT'S HER NAME ? For the answer turn to page 15

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