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June 24, 1966 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's

BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi

Women, will install the following
officers 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Morris Goldenberg,
24247 Rensselaer, Oak Park: Mes-

Cluh

activities

Pioneer Women Get Israel Bond Award

Friday, June 24, 1966-19

Zionists-Revisionists Slate Summer Dance Festival

The Zionists-Revisionists of De-
troit will sponsor a summer dance
festival 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Beth Aaron's social hall. Guests
are invited.
Music will be by Eric Rosenow
and his Continentals, and enter-

tainment will be provided. Refreh-
ments will be served.
Proceeds will go to the National
Israeli Sick Fund. For tickets, call
Norman Horowitz, DI 1-2940; Si-
mon Ciek, TR 3-5757; or Steve
Goldin, LI 7-3606.

dames Benno Levi, president;

David Domby, Andrew Freier and
Sol Lessman, vice presidents; Hy
Brown, Martin Lowenberg, Abra-
ham Selesny and Leo Stein, secre-
taries; and Morris Novetsky, treas-
urer. A musical evening has been
planned, with selections sung and
played by Mesdames Reuven Fran-

1 I I

DIAMONDS Nil ► r DIAMONDS

SAVE!

kel, Andrew Freier, Benno Levi
and Manfred Werner, and a supper
will be served. Mrs. Joel Litke will
be installing officer.
* * *

BUY

SEYMOUR KAPLAN

WOMEN'S ORTHODOX LEAGUE

recently installed the following
members: Mesdames Sholem Flam,
president; Shmuel Adler, vice

President; Gerald Werner, Maier
Leiberson, Jerry Godfrey and
Bernar d Moskowitz, secretaries;
Ferry Cohen, treasurer; Israel
Flam and Jacob Levy, education
directors. New members of the
board are Mesdames Rose Baum,
Dvora Cohen, Reva Deutsch, Ha-
dassah Friemark, Bina Ga&thalter,
Adele Gittleman, Shoshana Gold,
Erica Grossbard, Dorothy Hifsch,
Susan. Kraus, Barbara Pick, Kayla
Polter, Ruth Rothenberg, Elaine
Saltzman and Helena Spitzer. In-
stalling officer was Mrs. Joel Lithe.

WITH. CONFIDENCE DIRECT
FROM THE IMPORTER

The Detroit Pioneer Women's Council was presented with an
award for its dedicated efforts on behalf of Israel bonds. At the pres-
entation are (from left) Mesdames Jack Gosman, Alexander Schreier,
Irving Turner, Sam Fishman; Louis E. Levitan, director, Detroit
Israel Bond office, who made the presentation; Mesdames Norman
Leemon, and Milton Weiss. Pioneer Women's 1966 campaign and
luncheon resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions totaling $103,000.
The award, a replica of the first Israel Bond citation, honored the
Pioneer Women's Council "whose leadership contributed signally to
the growth of the Israel Bond program since its historic beginnings
in 1951."

FANNIE G L U C K CHAPTER , NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
Mizrachi women, will hold its firs t STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30 '
board meeting under the new pres i- p.m. Saturday at_the home of Mrs.
dent Mrs. Milton Radner at th e Harry Blitz, 17180 Greenlawn. The
home of Mrs. David Mertz, 1368 O guest speaker will be Rabbi Isaac
Wales, Oak Park, noon Monday . Kaplan.
* * *
Early Holiday Deadline Plans will be made for a garde
party to be held July 13.
ACHIEZER will hold its benefit
Because July Fourth falls on
S * *
performance of "Sallah" 5:30, 7:30,
a Monday, The Jewish News
ROSENWALD
LADIES' AUX- or 9:30 p.m. Sunday at the Studio
will have early deadlines on all
ILIARY, American Legion, will North Theater. For tickets and
copy for the issue of July 8.
hold its annual luncheon and information, call Erica Grossbard,
Copy should be in our hands no
games party 12:30 p.m. Tuesday 861-6468, or Elaine Saltzman, 542-
later than noon Friday, July 1.
at
the Federal's Department Store' 8667. The public is invited.
The same deadline on photo-
* * *
Auditorium, Oakman Blvd. and
graphs will be observed,
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
Grand River. Prizes will be fea-
tured. Proceeds go to charity. hold a combined meeting of new
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN Friends invited. For information, and outgoing board members 8:30
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will call Lydia Slakter, VE 6-8174.
p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
hold its closing meeting noon Mon-
Hostesses will be Mesdames Neil
day at Jericho Temple. A report
Kalef, Harry Koltonow, David Lie-
on the rummage sale will be
bow and Norman Horwitz.
* * *
given, and plans for the forth-
coming- lawn party will be made.
* * *
MICHAEL C. STARK CHAP-
The Detroit Women's Division
TER, Children's Leukemia Founda- of the American Jewish Congress
tion of Michigan, will meet 8 p.m. will hold its annual installation
Hadassah's 52nd annual conven-
Monday at Howard Johnson's Res-
tion will be held Aug. 14-17 at the
of
officers
1
p.m.
Wednesday
at
a
taurant, 8 Mile and Coolidge.
garden tea at the home of Mrs. Sheraton-Boston Hotel in Boston.
* * *
Among the eminent personalities
Maurice
Shacket, 24349 Lafayette
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI Circle, Southfield.
who will participate are William
C H A B AD STUDY GROUP will
Benton, U.S. ambassador to
Installing officer will be Mrs. UNESCO, who will accept Hadas-
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. I. Isaacs, 20521 Lesure. Dan Shapiro, past president and a sah's "Key to Freedom" Award;
The speaker will be Rabbi Isaacs. national vice president of the wo- Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Mas-
men's division.
* * *
sachusetts, discussing vital issues
The newly elected officers being on the American scene; and John
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD installed include:
Roosevelt, responding to the
STUDY GROUP wil meet 3:30 p.m.
Mesdames Aaron
naming of the department of
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Alex
physical medicine and rehabilita-
Roberg, 13128 Wales. The speaker Shifman, presi-
dent; John Stur-
tion in honor of Franklin D. and
will be Mr. Roberg.
Eleanor Roosevelt.
man, Albert Sil-
ber and Milton
Reservations can be made by
Schwartz, vice
Hadassah members by calling Mrs.
presidents.
Ivan I. Meisner, convention chair-
man, UN 3-9475.
Also, Mesdames ti
Free Custom Fitting by
Detroit chapter officers who will
Isadore Jacke 1,
Experienced Corsetieres
attend are Mesdames Jack Perl-
S.M. Israel, Del- g&
man, president; 'Harold Hoffman,
lis Harwith and Mrs. Shifman
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
3 Mks. W. of Greenfield
Louis Zuckerman membership; Henry Berris and Robert Drews,
Open to 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
Marshall Brenner, Robert Willens, vice-presidents; John J. Mann,
David Schwartz, Maurice Robbins, secretary; Abe Zitoiner and Ivan
BR 3.2509 or VE 7-9783
Maurice Croll and Morris Miller, I. Meisner, directors; and David
FREE PARKING IN REAR
fund raising; Theodore Rosen, Schachter and Max Lichter,
Sol Redstone, Jack Ross, Richard national board members.
Kamil, Maurice Shacket and Ira
Leventer, education; Arnold Frank, Annual Meeting Set
WHEN WE
adviser to executive; Abe Singer,
and Morris Mentzel, secretaries; by Historical Society
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Samuel Pollock, treasurer; Louis
The Jewish Historical Society of
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Louise Wise, Albert Tanner and nual meeting 12:15 p.m. Wednesday
(ILIPOND SOIL RESISTANT
Ben Klar, hospitality; Walter Klein at the Jewish Welfare Federation
and Philip Rader, commission on Building. Luncheon will be served.
community interrelations; Isadore
The meeting will include pro-
Jackel, tutorial; Harvey Weisberg, gress reports and the election of
Samuel Krohn and Al Padover, officers.
IT rAKIS A GEN1...US
commission on law and social ac-
Lawrence Crohn, who has been
tion; Edward Rothenberg and active for many years in the de-
HAGOPIAN
Henry Marer, tour; Henry Caplan velopment of the Jewish Commun-
SONS
and William Glazer, members at ity Council, will address the society
large; Morris Adler, Willia in on "The History of the Detroit
13780101.8 MILE RD.
Cohen, William Burk, Daniel Sha- Jewish Community Council."
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rot,
piro, Harry Frank and Leopold
Snyder, advisory; and Walter
If you eat it up at supper, you
Klein, Philip Rader and Lawrence .cannot have it at breakfast.
LoPatin, chapter presidents.
—Spanish Proverb

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