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January 07, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-07

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Alpha Omega Plans Cabaret Concert
as Fund-Raisng Project on Feb. 12

Alpha Omega Dental Fratern-
ity announces sponsorship of a
fund-raising project in the form
a cabaret concert, to be held
Feb. 12 at the Light Guard Ar-
mory.
Three guests will be featured
together with the Detroit Sym-

ANITA DARIAN

To Honor Lookstein
at Bar-Ilan Dinner

Bar-Ilan University, America's
only chartered institution of high-
er education in Israel, will honor
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein, acting
president, at its
tenth anniversary
dinner, Jan. 16,
at the New York
Hilton hotel.
Ludwig Jassel-
son, industrialist,
and Albert Par-
ker, attorney, are
dinner chairmen.
The dinner will
Dickenstein p a y tribute to
r. Lookstein "in appreciation of
is brilliant direction and guidance
of Bar-Ilan's development into a
major Israeli institution of higher
learning; in tribute to the cause
of Jewish education; and in grate-
ful recognition of more than forty
years of devoted leadership ser-
vice to Jewish spiritual and com-
munal life here and abroad," said
Phillip Stollman, national chair-
man.

Green-8 Center Only

I

AMPAL—American Israel Cor-
poration will hold a reception for
stockholders, invest or s and
friends 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19,
at the Furniture Club, 18940
Schaefer.
The reception, sponsored by a
Detroit committee, is headed by
the national board members,
Morris Lieber-
man and Sidney
Shevitz and Mrs.
Morris L. Schav-
er.
The speaker of
the evening will
be Ralph Cohen,
vice president of
the Israel Ameri
c a n Industrial
Development
Bank, Ltd., and
director of Am-
pal's Israel of-
fice, who will
outline the plan-
ned undertakings
for the coming
year.
The latest mo-
vie depicting the Dickenstein
Industrial growth and develop-
ment of Israel will be shown,
and a catered reception will round
out the festivities which mark
the -25th anniversary of the found-
ing of Ampal.
AMPAL, founded in 1941 by
Abraham Dickenstein with a capi-
tal of $99,000, now approaches the
$90,000,000 mark in total assets.
Its capital is primarily raised
through the issue of bonds which
now bear 51/2 per cent and 6 per
cent interest. Dickenstein is now
president of this multi-million-dol-
lar development corporation and
its five subsidiaries.
For information call AMPAL,
WO 1-3260 or DI 1-0669.

`Jewish Heritage Award'
New BB Literary Prize

WASHINGTON—Bnai Brith an-
nounced establishment of the
"Jewish Heritage Award," a $1,000
literary prize to he presented an-
nually in conjunction with its adult
Jewish education department.
The award will be given each
year to a writer whose published
works "by their authentic interpre-
tations of Jewish life and values
make a positive contribution to
contemporary literature."

Last Chapter Marks a First on Shalom

The first Jewish book known to be completed on a Jewish ship
is autographed by its author Rabbi Bernard S. Raskas, who com-
piled and edited "Beacons of Light" and completed it at sea on the
Zim liner, SS Shalom. An anthology of sermons and addresses by
well-known rabbinical and lay leaders in American Jewry, "Beacons
of Light" is being published by Bloch, whose vice president, Solo-
mon Kerstein, is at the author's right. Capt. Avner Freudenberg,
of the SS Shalom, looks on.

activities in Society

The Bodzin Family Club will meet Sunday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seligson of Wisconsin Ave. Plans will be
completed for attendance at a hockey game next month.

Detroit Alumni Chapter's schol-
arship funds at both the Univer-
sity of Detroit and the Univer-
sity of Michigan; the Israel Den-
tal School, the M.M. Fintz Stu-
dent Loan Fund and other char-
ities maintained by the groups.
The community is invited to
participate in the event.
Tickets and information can be
obtained from Mrs. Martin Se-
lik, 22617 Avon Lane, Southfield,
EL 7-1414, or Dr. Paul Schreib-
man, 644-0110.

AMPAL Stockholders
Reception on Jan. 19

phony Orchestra. The orchestra
will be directed by Louis Lane,
associate director of the Cleve-
land Symphony Orchestra.
The other stars will be the solo-
ists Anita.Darian and Jack Russell.
The committee for the Alpha
Omega program is headed by Dr.
Jack Lawson and Dr. Paul Schreib-
man. Dr. George Leib is chair-
man of special sales.
This joint effort of the dental
fraternity and its auxiliary, the
Detroit Women of Alpha Omega,
will have Dr. Fred Stein as advis-
or.
Proceeds will be used for the

Pamela Landes to Wed
Maurice S. Opperer

MISS PAMELA LANDES

Mrs. Claire Landes Schkloven of
Littlefield Ave. announces the be-
trothal of her daughter Pamela to
Maurice Steven Opperer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Berko Zdanowicz of
Oak Park Blvd., and the late Fred
W. Opperer.
The bridegroom elect is a grad-
uate of Wayne State University
and is presently attending the Uni-
versity of Detroit's school of den-
tistry.
The bride-elect, who is the
daughter of the late Solomon W.
Schkloven, attends Wayne State
University.
An early summer wedding is
planned.

The Elegance of
Chinchillette . . .

Just One of
a Group of
Designer
Dresses
Now
Reduced

reveals itself on this
double knit wool, tier
tunic dress with
its own matching
stole. In soft grey with
dyed-to-match NI
trim. 8 to 16.

1/ 3

to

Was $125
Now



at g3rith,
„Rr ctivities

q417,

GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAPTER
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at
the BBYO Center. Lt. Genia Good
of the Detroit Police Department
will speak about personal safety
for women. Refreshments and
prizes will be featured.
* * *
HARRY B. KEIDAN CHAPTER
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at
the home of Mrs. Abe Green, 17521
Westland, Southfield. Artist Simon
Rosen, whose work hangs in the
Founders Room of the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts, will be guest speak-
er and show some of his works.
Guests welcome.
* * *
REX LODGE will have a "Fam-
ily Day" Sunday at Cranbrook's
Science Museum and Planetarium,
meeting first at Stafford's Restau-
rant at noon. For information, call
Frank Paul Blase, KE 5-3905.
Guests invited.
• * *
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL will meet
11:30 a.m. Thursday in the Nurses'
Lounge, to be followed by a lunch-
eon. Dr. Hugo Hullerman will
speak on "The Progress of the New
Children's Hospital in the Medical
Center."

Fur Origin
France

12 to 5 p.m.

Green-8 Center Only!
Greenfield-8 Mile Rd.

3rd Blood Bank Rally
Scheduled by Bnai Brith

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Coun-
cils announce their third blood
bank rally of the 1965-66 year to
be held 5-11 p.m. both Monday at
Pepper School, Oak Park, and
Tuesday at Beth Aaron Synagogue.
Over 500 pints of blood were
donated by Bnai Brith members
during the first two rallies. There
are five held each year.
The blood bank rallies are under
the direction of Mrs. Ira Albion
and David Bittker.

Edgar M. Bronfman, president
of Joseph E. Seagram and Sons,
Inc., announced the appointment of
JACK YOGMAN as executive vice
president. Yogman has been vice
president, assistant to the presi-
dent and a director of the com-
pany, having joined Seagram in
1957.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 7, 1966-25

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