22-Friday, February 17, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
JWV Women's National President
to Make Official Visit to Michigan
Mrs. David Kozlow, national pres-
ident of the Ladies Auxiliary to
Jewish War Veterans, will make
her official visit to the Department
of Michigan March 12 and 13, ac-
cording to Department President
Mrs. William Love.
Mrs. Kozlow will be in Detroit
for the fifth regional conference
of Jewish War Veterans which will
be held at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel March 10-12. As a Milwau-
kee resident, she is a member of
the region which encompasses 14
Midwest states. Regional command-
er is Lawrence Gubow, U.S. district
attorney for Southeastern Michigan
and a past department commander
The women's department will
honor the national president by
presenting, in her honor, Amer-
ican flags which have flown over
the Capital, to Sherrard Junior
High School 2:30 p.m. March 13.
Mrs. Sol Goldberg, patriotic in-
structor for the Michigan Depart-
ment, has stated that the presi-
dents and patriotic instructors
of Michigan's 12 auxiliaries will
attend the presentation.
Mrs. Jack Iden, a past president
of the Michigan Department and the
national legislation chairman, will
moderate the program for JWVA.
On March 13 at 7 p.m., a testi-
monial dinner will be held at Green-
field's restaurant, Oak Park, for
Mrs. Kozlow. The meeting will lie
followed by an official department
meeting. Greeting Mrs. Kozlow will
be the Michigan commander, Jack
Berman, on behalf of his depart-
Mrs. Oscar Katz, past president,
is chairman of the national presi-
dent's official visit.
90 Veterans to Be Cited
Julius Rosenwald Post, the only
American Legion post in Michigan
comprised of veterans of the Jew-
ish faith, will celebrate its 35th
anniversary 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Beth . Yehudah.
Ninety members, more than half
of whom have been members for
35 years, will receive citations. In
addition, American Legion school
awards will be presented to four
graduates of Durfee Junior High
The post's anniversary will be
highlighted with a dinner April
12 at Gagen's.
BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak
Park Community Center. Plans for
a flag presentation to the Peck
School will be completed, followed
by a social hour and the program
for the evening, a rumor clinic by
the Bnai Brith Anti-Defamation
League. Prospective members and
guests are invited. For information
call Fern Seltzer. 546-5875.
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POST 510 will hold its annual
Brotherhood Night 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Howard Johnson's Restau-
rant, Eight Mile Rd. and Coolidge,
Oak Park. Guest speaker will be
Dr. Robert M. Frehse, director of
Detroit Round Table of Christians
and Jews. Post 33, Ainvets, will be
the guests of Post 510. Refresh-
ments will be served.
DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
135 will hold a paid-up member-
ship party 12:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. Pro-
spective members are invited. For
reservations contact Ethel Arden,
president, 934-2363, or Tessie Ko-
minars, WE 4-2369.
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DETROIT POST 135 will hold
an executive meeting to which the
entire membership is invited 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the Labor Zionist
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batt of
Hartford, Conn., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Miriam
to Lawrence Halpern, son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Israel Halpern of Santa
Rosa Dr. Miss Batt is a graduate of
Barnard College and received her
master's degree in biology from
Columbia University. Her fiance is
a graduate of Yeshiva College and
the Harvard Law School. A spring
wedding in Hartford is planned.
Board to Discuss Plans
Final arrangements for the
forthcoming Purim Dinner will be
discussed by board members 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seligson,
The dinner is to be held March
5 at the Southfield building of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
Carol Snyder Engaged
to Harvey Strauss of NY
Schiff-Ali gdal Vows
to Be Spoken in June
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB
will hold a cocktail party and
dance 9 p.m. March 11 at the tem-
ple. Orris Rosenberg's orchestra
will provide the music. For ticket
information contact Joe Hacker,
chairman, 356-0692, Iry Rosenberg,
VE 8-5608, or the temple office,
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TAU EPSILON RHO LAW
FRATERNITY, Detroit Graduate
Chapter, elected Gabriel Moscow
chancellor; Norman R. Letzer, vice
chancellor; Edward D. Gold, mas-
ter of the rolls; Edward P. May,
deputy master of the rolls; and
Marshall F. Keltz, bursar.
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UNITED CHILD WELFARE,
headed by President Barney Kosof-
MISS NAIDA SCHIFF
sky, sponsored as its guests, 90 chil-
MISS CAROL SNYDER
dren of the Beth Yehudah Schools
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schiff of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Snyder of at the Shrine Circus Feb. 9.
Ilene Ave. announce the engage.
Kentucky Ave. announce the en-
ment of their daughter Naida Sy-
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dell to Stephen Donald Migdal, son
Ann to Harvey Sheldon Strauss,
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Vigliotti of Brooklyn.
A special feature of the Beth graduate student at Wayne State
Miss Snyder, who was affiliated Aaron's Men's Club late services University, where her fiance at-
with Delta Zeta Sorority at East- 8:30 p.m. Feb. 24 will be the pres- tends the school of medicine.
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A June wedding is planned.
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