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January 27, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-27

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jiillman_Katz Rites
Rabbis of 3 Branches Thank Governor
Position on Eastern Standard Time
Women's hind Nets $74,500; First atNewBn ai Davi d for
The wire to Gov. Romney. sent
A telegram sent to Gov. George

THIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS I

16—Friiday, January 27, T967

Aided by Posen and Nosan Families

Romney this week by three De- in conjunction with the Jewish
troit area religious leaders wel-1 Community Council, urged prompt
Aided by two generous gifts' that shut the airport here that
corned the position taken by the" enactment of legislation which
from the Posen and Nosan fam- day and was unable to get to the
governor in which he urged nec- would exempt Michigan from Day-
ilies, the Women's Auxiliary of meeting on time.
essary action to keep Michigan in light Saving Time.
the Jewish National Fund boosted
The enthusiastic audience ac-,
the Eastern Standard Time Zone.1 A similar wire was sent to Sen.
its income from this year's donor
claimed the musical renditions ;
In their wire, Rabbis Leizer. Basil Brown, commending him for
by Cantor Harold Orbach, who
event to $74,500.
I Levin (Orthodox) ; Benjamin Gor-i his action in introducing legisla-
At the annual celebration at: selected for his program the
relick (Conservative) and Leon! tion which would keep Michigan
Temple Israel, marking the con-1 latest Israeli songs, Yiddish se-
Fram (Reform) noted that the in-I in the Eastern Standard Time
clusion of this year's fund-raising; lections and other musical
troduction to Daylight Saving Time' Zone.
effort, Mrs. Sidney Ravin, who' themes. He was accompanied by
in Michigan would pose serious
presided as program chairman, an-I Bella Goldberg.
problems and handicaps to the' Folks Farein Banquet
pounced that the women had raised:
A number of pioneer JNF work-
religious practices and observances.
a total of S73,000. An additional ers and the president of the JNF
of many persons in the Jewish at Ahavas Achim Feb. 12
sum of $1,500' presented at the Council, Judge Burton Shiffman,
community.
Reservations are being taken for
function, which was attended by were introduced as guests of the
Because
of Michigan's
location'
on
the
western
end
of
the
time
the
Yiddish
Folks Farein dinner-
more than 800 women, was pre- afternoon. Mrs. Jacob Axelrod led
n
banquet
Feb. 12, at Ahavas
sented by Young Women of JNF. in the singing of the national an-1
zone, the sun sets in Detroit 40, dance
Mrs. Ravin announced that thems, accompanied by Mrs. Gold-
minutes later than in New York, Achim Synagogue. There will be
MRS. NEIL MILLMAN
and other Eastern Seaboard areas,I dancing to the music of Eric Rose-
the grand total included two berg.
major gifts of $10,000 each for
The first wedding to be held in even when all are on Standard; now.
-
the establishment of Nahlot set- I r
the newly-completed Bnai David Time. This, in effect, places Mich-1 Members are asked to bring
Wan GhaSte/91
tlements in Israel by two fam-
igan on
partial
Daylight
Saving
Synagogue was the marriage of Time
all • year
round.
Adding
an , guests. For reservations, contact
ilies. They will be set up in Gan-
Anita Lee Katz and Dr. Neil S.
Irwin and Emily Small. 398-8882,
on area in the Galilee and each
Millman. Parents of the couple additional hour would be tanta- . or Audrey Lepofsky, LI 8-7838.
Nahla will provide for the re-'
are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Katz of mount to having double daylight i•
demption and cultivation of )70 1
21660 Westhampton, Oak Park -, time.
For the HY Spot
dunams of land. (A dunam is a
The additional hour would de-
and Mr. Abraham Millman of
Of Your Affair
quarter of an acre). One Nahia
lay
the
end
of
the
Sabbath
ob-
Griggs Ave. and the late Mrs.
is being redeemed by Albert
servance
until
8:30
or
9
p.m.
Music by
Anna Millman.
and Libbie Posen. The other by
Observant Jewish families would
The bride wore a peau de soie
Mrs. Pearl Nosan, the president
find that the use of synagogues
gown with Kabuki sleeves of im-
of the JNF Women's Auxiliary,
and kosher facilities on Satur-
And His Orchestra
ported Alencon lace with pearls
and her family, Harold M. and
day night — the most conven-
(Hy Utchenik)
and
crystals.
The
detachable
Pet Nosan, William and Caro-
ient • and popular time for such
chapel
train
had
the
same
lace
342-9424
family celebrations such as wed-
lyn Nosanchuk,- Douglas and
• Distinctive Ceremonies
and beading motif. She wore a
dings and Bar Mitzvas — will
Sydell Schubot.
a Specialty!
pillbox headpiece of hand-cord-
be almost entirely eliminated
The Nahlot donors indicated
ede Alencon lace with a should-
from consideration f or six
that the inspiration for their gifts,
er-length veil of silk illusion.
months of the year because the
was the selection they chose from
Orchids and Stephanotis were
Sabbath would end too late.
the Ethics of the Fathers (Pirke •
carried.
Social activities of synagogues
Abot): "All that you have, shall
Annette Warsen served as maid
and youth groups would be sim-
be given, therefore give now that
FOR EVERY OCCASION
of honor. Bridesmaids were San-
ilarly affected.
the season of giving shall be ,
di
Cherrin,
Joan
Greenfield,
Mar-
yours and not your inheritors."
lene Katz and Marta Weiss. The
Mrs. Nosan, in her presidential
MISS SUSAN GLICKSTEIN
Music the Stein-Way
junior bridesmaid was Janice
welcoming address, and Mrs. Po-
Anniversaries
sen, as the JNF fund-raising chair-, Mr .and Mrs. Jack Glickstein, Katz, sister of the bride.
Hospital • New Babies
man, outlined the women's activ-, 25509 Greenfield, Southfield, an-
Dr. David Bolden of Philadel-
Bon Voyage • Birthdays • Sympathy
& ORCHESTRA
ities and reported on the progress nounce the engagement of their phia was best- man. Ushers were
made in efforts to spur aid to Is- daughter Susan Diane to Charles ' Edward Belkin, Dr. Paul Chase of
les easy to be thoughtful ...
call us ... we'll sign your
rael through the land redemption H. Schubiner, son of Mrs: Betty Philadelphia, Harvey Katz, broth-
card and deliver a gift
and reclamation fund. Schubiner, 25350 Greenfield, Oak - er of the bride, and Larry Millman.
basket for you.
The afternoon guest speaker was Park, and the late Mr. Melvyn Seating the guests were Ronald
Philip Slomovitz who substituted Schubiner. Bonheim and Dr. Bruce Miller of
PHOTOGRAPHY by
Jusr CALL DI 1-8840
for Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld. The ( The bridegroom-to-be attends Passaic, N.J. Also in the bridal
BERNARD H.
latter was grounded by the fog the Lawrence Institute of Tech- party were the bride's grandpar-
nology's college of engineering. erns, Mrs. Jacob Novetsky and Mr.
The couple plans a Dec. 17 wed- and Mrs. Harry Katz, and the
ding.
bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. B e 11 e
Rimer of Beverly Hills.
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