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January 20, 1967 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-20

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Golden Age Choir to Sing at Labor Zionist Event


Friday, January 20, 1967 27


Detroiters on Tour
for AMPAL's 25th
Birthday in Israel

Gloria _Reiner Bride
of Lawrence Blaine

Progress made by AMPAL in the

25 years of its existence as an

The Golden Age Ch&al Group of the Jewish Center, featuring Esther Kaufman as soloist and
ella Goldberg, pianist, will be led by Cantor Nicholas Fenakel in a premiere performance 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Labor Zionist Institute. The cantata, "Israel — A Dream Realized," by Samuel
Bugatch, will be part of "An Evening of Culture and Entertainment" under the auspices of the
Committee of Landsmanshaften for the Jewish National Fund and Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council. Members of these groups and their friends are invited at a small charge. Guest speaker will
be Rabbi Philip Shnairson, assistant national JNF director and a descendant of the famed Lubavitch
family. Louis Levine, Labor Zionist leader, is conductor of the program. A film on Israel will
be shown, and Tu b'Shevat refreshments will be served.

Mentally Retarded Young Adults
Taste New Experiencs at Center

Five and a half years ago, the
Jewish Center, in cooperation with
the Northwest Child Rescue
League, initiated a social program
for mentally retarded and slow-
learning young adults. One group
met weekly at the Center.
Since then, the program has
grown. There are now 40 members
in three groups: Israel Boys for
older teen-age and young adult
boys; Israel Girls for older teen-
age and young adult girls; and the
Detroiters, a co-ed adult group.
The three groups, which meet
informally on Thursday evenings
throughout the year, provide social
and recreational experiences.
Clubs are led by specially-
trained staff who help the mem-
bers plan activities, such as Jew-
ish holiday celebrations, camping
trips, gym and pool nights and
socials. The groups have learned
to develop their own programs and
assume responsibility for carrying
them out.
For several years these groups
have attended Camp Tamarack
each winter and summer. This
year, the groups took their first
trip to another city. Twenty-
eight members went by bus to
Toronto, Niagara Falls and Wel-
land, Ont., for a full weekend
of sightseeing.
For many, this was the first
opportunity to stay in hotels and
take such a sight-seeing trip.
Linda Collens, Dorothy Collens

to Be Spoken in Jay

and Iry Stern served as volunteers
on the trip.
For information about this pro-
gram, call Allan Gelfond, DI


Tu b'Shevat Program
Set by Farband Members

Avrunin Branch 79, Farband, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The meet-
ing will be devoted to the celebra-
tion of Tub' Shevat, the new year
of the trees.
Members woll join with Branch
Three, Poale Zion, Benjamin Laikin
Joseph Katz will speak about the
different new years in Jewish his-
tory. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Max will
serve refreshments in honor of
their grandson's engagement.
There will be a complete report
on the branch from Hyman Max,
who is retiring from his job as
secretary after many years of serv-
ice to the branch and Farband.

Israel investment and development
corporation was outlined at a
gathering in honor of Detroit's
directors of the agency, Monday
evening, at the home of Mrs.
Dorothy Turkel on W. 7 Mile Rd.
R. Lothan of the Chicago office
of AMPAL, Sidney Shevitz and
Morris Liebetman, the Detroit di-
rectors, spoke briefly, and an im-
pressive new film, "The Face of
Israel," showed some of the in-
dustrial projects in Israel.
Shevitz and Lieberman were
honored at the party on the eve
of their departure for Israel, with
their wives, for the 25th anniver-
sary celebration of AMPAL. They
will be joined there by the third
director from Detroit, Mrs. Emma
Others leaving with them for
Israel next Wednesday for the
AMPAL celebration are Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Harold, Nathan P. Ross-
en and Morris Goldberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Shevitz will be
accompanied on their trip by their
daughter, Vivian, a recent Univer-
sity of Michigan graduate.

IRS Aids Taxpayers
Preparing Returns


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Perlman
of San Juan Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Sara
to Michael •Raick, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Raick of Stansbury

A. M. Stoepler, district director
of Internal Revenue, announced
that taxpayers will be provided
assistance with the preparation of
their federal income tax returns
at International Revenue offices.
This s e r v is e will continue
through the filing period which
ends April 17.
Stoepler also stated that tax-
payers expecting refunds should
mail their returns directly to the
Internal Revenue Service Center,
222 E. Central Parkway, Cincin-
nati, 0. 45298.
Those who owe tax should con-
tinue mailing their returns to:
District Director of Internal Rev-
enue, Detroit, Michigan 48226.


In a recent double-ring cere-
mony, Gloria Jill Remer, daugh-
ter of Mr: and Mrs. Louis Remer
of Asbury Park, became the bride
of Lawrence J. Blaine, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Max Blaine of
Outer Dr.
The couple was attended by
Sherrill Remer and Dr. Victor
Gordon. Rabbi Milton Arm offi-
ciated, and Cantor Simon Bermanis

ing superintendent of the Detroit
Public Schools, took part in the
Detroit Police Department Youth
Award Dinner Wednesday at the
Statler Hilton Hotel.




UN 3-6501

If No Answer Calf DI 1-6847


The bridegroom-to-be attended
Now Booking - -
BERNARD J. KABAK has been Wayne State University and is a
elected chairman of the 24-mem- graduate of the R.E.T.S. Electronic
ber North American Jewish Youth School.
HOBE MORRISON, drama critic
Council which represents . more
The couple plans a May wedding. of the theatrical trade paper,
and His Orchestra
than 400,000 Jewish youth in the
Variety, will discuss "What to
Good Music
United States and Canada. The
See—What Not to See on Broad-
for All Occasions
council was established to "foster Dr. Bernard Berman Head way," when he appears at Detroit
a spirit of unity and cooperation
Town Hall at 11 a.m. Wednesday
of End Measles Drive,
LI 4-9278
among the major national Jewish
in Fisher Theatre.
youth organizations in the United Saves UF 5 Cents, but .. .
States and Canada."
With the help of Oakland County's
Photography at its finest at the
Department of Health director, the
most reasonable price
United Foundation saved a 5-cent
stamp while paying $73,800 Mon-
The UF's executive vice presi-
dent, Walter C. Laidlaw, kept the

stamp but presented Dr. Bernard
N INSPIRING tale of wifely devotion involves comedian
D. Berman with a check for that
amount, a contribution that enabled
Milton Berle and his attractive wife Ruth. A nosey
164,000 children in Wayne, Oakland
Customs official at the Rome airport spotted an oversupply
"Buy With Confidence"
and Macomb counties to receive
of choice pre-Castro Ha-
vana cigars in his lug-
assault on the disease last fall.
gage, and was about to
Dr. Berman was chairman of
slap a heavy duty on him
the End-Measles — Metropolitan
when the suddenly in-
Detroit Committee which con-
spired Mrs. Berle ex-
DI 1-1330
ceived and directed the immuni-
claimed, "Oh no, you
don't. Half of those ci-
The UF contribution represented
gars are mine." While
the deficit incurred by the commit-
the dubious customs man
tee in its tri-county anti-measles
stood cogitating, s h e
drive Oct. 23.
promptly snatched up
In a telephone conservation Mon-
one of. the cigars, lit it,
day informing him the UF check
and began puffing away 1-14
was ready for mailing, Dr. Berman
a mile a minute.
told Laidlaw:
Mr. Berle got his ci-
"Save the postage, I'm coming
gars into town duty free. Mrs. Berle . wasn't quite up to eat-
downtown for another meeting so
ing or sightseeing for the next day or so.
I'll pick it up."



Try and Stop Me


For Your Fine Diamonds and-Jewelry

Norman Allan Co.


There's a way-out little book on the market called "The Un-
official Horoscope"—and Lord help anybody who takes it
seriously. Here are a few typical entries for the month of Jan-
uary: Jan. 4: Beware of low-flying butterflies. Jan. 9: Do some.
thing artistic today. Frame a friend. Jan. 15: Stop burning your
candle at both ends. You're becoming a drip. Jan. 20: Somebody
may recognize you today.. Hide!
Precocious Filbert had a ready comeback when his father
thundered, "I simply will not have a son of mine wearing his
hair like the Beatles." "But, Dad," pointed out Filbert. "You.
wear YOURS like Yul Brynner!"
$l 1967, by Bennett Cerf. Distributed by 1-Cing Features Syndicate

`Our Jewish Periodicals'
Topic of Branch II Meet

Branch 11, Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, will meet 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Zelig Cutler, 24091 Condon, Oak
Park. Emanuel Mark, director of
the Labor Zonist Institute, will
present an analysis of "Our Jew-
ish Periodicals."
For information on the organiza-
tion, call Stan Jacobson, LI 2-5669


PHONE: 353-6010

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