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September 23, 1966 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-23

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Activities Are Mobilized for Balfour Concert

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 23, 1966-77

New Hebrew Almanac
Offered to Readers

If,
At a garden party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Leib in Southfield, activities were set in
motion for the annual Balfour Concert of the Zionist Organization of Detroit, to be held at Ford Audito-
rium, Dec. 4. Workers who enrolled to make the event another success were: (left to right) seated, Dr.
Charles Gitlin, Mrs. Samuel Gold, Philip Slomovitz, Judge Ira G. Kaufman, Mrs. I. Walter Silver, Mrs.
Ira G. Kaufman, Dr. Sidney Friedlaender, Carmi M. Slomovitz, President, Dr. Alex S. Friedlaender,
Balfour Concert Chairman, Harry A. Davidoff, M. Ben Lewis, Sam Selikowitz, Mrs. Sam Selikowitz,
Norma Hudosh, Mrs. Richard B. Kramer, Dr. Sanford A. Bennett; standing, rear, Sol Lifsitz, Dr. I. Walter
Silver, Ida Leib, Mrs. Herzl Shur, Mrs. Sidney Leib, Dr. Sidney Z. Leib (hosts), Harry Bradlin, Mrs.
Charles Gitlin, Mrs. SoI Lifsitz, Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, Dr. Meyer B. Zeff, Rose Lewis, Mrs. Joseph Kirsch-
man, Joseph Kirschman, Mrs. Sidney Friedlaender, Dr. Ted Winshall, Louis Panush, Lawrence Crohn,
Mrs. Louis Panush, Mrs. Simon Dolin, Dr. Maxwell M. Hoffman, David Silver, Louis E. Levitan, Mrs.
Harold Orbach, Cantor Harold Orbach, Reuben Young, Richard B. Kramer, Dr. Simon Dolin, Dr.
Bernard Weston, Herzl Shur.

A- itit Activities

LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER
and LODGE will hold their first
joint meeting of the season 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. The evening will feature
entertainer Karrel Fox, who has
performed on the Ed Sullivan show.
Friends are welcome at no charge.
Refreshments will be served.
* * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER will meet
noon Tuesday at Cong. Beth Hillel,
formerly Gemiluth Chassodim. The
program wil feature a mock trial
with Sheldon Otis, candidate for
Circuit Court Judge. Luncheon will
be served. Guests and prospective
members are invited.
*
ISRAEL CHAPTER announces a
Night of Games 8:15 p.m. Monday
at Cong. Shaarey Shomayim. There
will be prizes and refreshments.
For tickets call Doris Bean , 532-
4782; Shirley Feinberg, 547- 4611;
or Martha Gurwin, 864-1309.

* • •
Bnai Brith Campaign
to Finish Zeiger Forest

to complete the Maurice Zeiger
Memorial Forest, part of the Bnai
Brith Martyrs Forest.
For this drive, in which all 25
Detroit lodges will participate, a
lodge necrology register will be
printed. Members may record in
it the names of the loved ones
they are memorializing. Each
lodge member will receive a copy
of the register.

The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
has just issued the new 1966-1967
(5727) Hebrew Almanac, and it
may be picked up at no charge at
the offices of The Jewish News.
The pocket-size almanac contains
the entire year's calendar in
English and Hebrew.
Other features include the Fri-
day candle-lighting time for the
Eastern, Central and Western
time zones (adjusted for daylight-
saving time); all holidays and fast
days; permissible wedding dates;
important prayers in English and
Hebrew; and the American and
Israeli national anthems.

Barna-Bee
Now Has

Weizinann Dinner
to Be Held Nov. 2

Benjamin Abrams, Chairman
of the 1966 Weizmann Institute
Dinner, announced that the an-
nual tribute to Dr. Weizmann will
be. held on Wednesday, Nov. 2,
at the Americana of New York.

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the Jewish National Fund, UN
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• Dubb's Country Kitchen
• Sherri's

The campaign is chaired by the
council Martyrs' Forest chairman,
Max Lieberman, assisted by Presi-
dent Bernard Panush. Co-chair-
men are Julius Berkowitz, David
Gross, William Katz, Judge
Charles Kaufman and Max Kush-
ner. Harry N. Katz is adviser.

• Efros Drug Company

• Fabulous Star Bakery

• Leonard's Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shop
• Bab's Hair Fashions
• Rigsby Shoe Service

Sheruth League Brews Tea

Sheruth League will give a
paid-up membership tea 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the Zionist House.
Dues may be sent to Mrs. David
Goldstein, 21331 Kenosha, Oak
The Metrpoolitan Detroit Bnai Park, or paid at the door. A
Brith Council has embarked on a Jewish smorgasbord will be served,
High Holy Day Yizkor campaign and a fashion show is planned.

• Barber Shop

Bab's Beauty Salon,
Personalized hair styling for
the chic and the fashionable.

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