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March 04, 1966 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-04

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JWV Activities

A.i. th Activities

Reservations may be made through
ticket chairmen Mrs. Charles
Blauer, VE, 8-7283. Mrs. Eugene
Eisenberg, LI. 7-0214 or Mrs. Nor-
man Ellstein, KE. 2-0912. Mrs.
Harry Bodzin, past president of
Bnai Brith Womens Council, will
install the following:
Mesdames Philip Richman, presi-
dent; Irvin Meisel, Hyman Ostrow,
Josef Feuereisen and Norman
Ellstein, vice presidents; Julius
Travis, treasurer; Julius Ruda, Mar-
tin Feldman, Harry Spiro and Al-
len Yaffe, secretaries; and Rose
Kutinsky, financial secretary.
*
*

Two Detroiters
Are on National
Hillel Commission

WASHENGTON—Bnai Brith an-
nounced that Milton M .Weinstein
and Mrs. Robert Coggan—both of
Detroit—have been chosen to its
national Hillel commission.
Weinstein was elected to the
commission from Bnai Brith Dis-
trict 6, encompassing the Mid-
west and the central Canadian
provinces.
Mrs. Coggan was appointed by
Mrs. Arthur G. Rosenbluth of Hew-
lett, N.Y., president of .Bnai Brith
Women.
Both will serve three-year terms.
Weinstein is a former member
of the board of governors of Bnai
Brith District 6 and has served
on the district's advisory board
for the Bnai Brith Foundation of
the United States.
Mrs. Coggan is a member of the
Bnai Brith Women executive board
and a past president of Bnai Brith
Women District 6.
*
IVAN S. BLOCH AUXILIARY
will hold a lUncheon-installation
noon Thursday at the Kings Arms
Restaurant. Chairman for the af-1
ternoon is Mrs. Leon Dreylinger.

f ed up?

BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will hold an
installation dinner-dance Mar c h
13 for men and women at Ahavas
Achim Synagogue, featuring the
music of the Lawtonaires. Dinner
for men and women will begin at
6 p.m.. Men will be admitted for
dancing only at 9 p.m. For reserva-
tions and price information, con-
tact Gertrude Steingold, LI 7-1441,
or Sylvia Helfer, UN 3-8454.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE'S Purim party
will be held March 21, 8:30 p.m. at
the Labor Zionist Institute, it was
announced by Barney Levine, presi-
dent. The chairman will be Elias
Goldberg, former president of
Pisgah and the Israel Bond chair-
man. The program wil feature Lou
Mason, TV, radio and night club
star. Judge Ira G. Kaufman will
be guest speaker at this affair,
sponsored by the Bnai Brith Israel
Bond program. A feature will be a
prize of a portable TV. Alex Ger-
suk, Bnai Brith Council ISrael Bond
chairman, will bring greetings from
the council. Admission is free, re-
freshments will be served and all
are welcome.

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dames Arthur Wolf, president;
Emanuel Mandel, Lincoln Racey
and Edward Silver, vice presidents;
David Stern, treasurer; Gordon
Weinstein, financial secretary;
Mitchell Abram, bulletin editor;
Ronald Kane, Michael Docks and
Alan Silverman, secretaries; Jos-
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*
*
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today at Ferndale Women's Club.
* * *

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14—Friday, March 4, 1966

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SCHECHTER'S* S OS

Shower of Prizes Planned at Rainbow
Ball of JWV's Michigan Department

The Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans Rainbow
Ball, culmination of their annual
fund-raising campaign, will take
place 9 p.m. March 12 at the Vet-
tran's Memorial Building.
Dancing in two ballrooms will be
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the paid-up membership affair will
be discussed. For information, call
Mrs. Roz Liner, LI 7-7132.

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8 p.m. Monday at the home
of Jean Friedman, 18034 Green-
lawn. Yetta Glass, child welfare
chairman, is planning a party to
be given at the D. J. Healy Home
in March. Sarah Kaminsky, senior
vice president, asks that members
turn in proceeds of sale of tickets
for the Rainbow Ball.

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stated that prizes include a 1966
Chevrolet and two portable TV
sets.
Arrangements for the affair are
being handled by Bernard Hoff-
man, Louis Benton and Jack
Schwartz. Ticket chairmen are
Mrs. Max Kaufman and Morris
Simon; promotion, Mr. Oscar Katz
and Norman L. Berkley, with pub-
licity by Walter Klein, Arnold
Grossman and Mrs. Jack Iden;
and journal Jack Schwartz and
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Overall chairman for the Rain-
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mander Morris Simon and Senior
Vice President Mrs. William Love.
For tickets, call the JWV office,
342-8161.
* * *
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Goldie Bank, 18300 Santa
Barbara. Plans will be completed
for a party in the psychiatry ward
at Dearborn Hospital. A social
hour will follow the meeting, and
Purim refreshments will be serv-
ed. For membership information,
call Fern Selter, 546-5875.
* * *
SILVERMAN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will hear Judge Joseph
Pernick discussing "The Radical
Right" 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Sid Cohen
is program chairman.

DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
135 will meet 8 p.m. Thursday at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
*
*

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home of Sydelle Kramer, 23651
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