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April 21, 1967 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-21

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32—Friday, April 21, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Division's First Ladies

Leaders in the Women's Division of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and the Allied Jewish Campaign receive awards for their out-
standing work in the 1967 campaign during a report meeting at the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial Building. Campaign Chairman Alfred L.
Deutsch makes the presentations to (from left) Mrs. Henry Wine-
man, honorary chairman; Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, president of the
Women's Division; Mrs. Arthur H. Rice, Women's Division campaign
chairman; and Mrs. Harry L. Jones, national chairman of the
Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal.

Imperial gallORTCrowning Event

Golden crowns will be the theme
of the annual ORT Imperial Ball
to be held May 6 in the Camelot-
decorated ballrooms of the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel.

ORT (Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training) annually
stages the Imperial Ball for its
philanthropic works. It will help
the Michigan Region achieve its
share of the budget necessary to
ORT's 600 vocational
support
training centers in 22 different
countries. More than 50,000 stu-
dents will be trained this year in
70 different skills.

A musical revue, "Aphrodi-
siac on the Rocks," produced
and directed by Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Lazar, will provide en-
tertainment. Zan Gilbert's or-
chestra will play.

Tables will be assigned as re-
servations are received. Mrs. Jer-
ry Krandall and Mrs. Robert Fein-
berg, co-chairmen of the ball, will
be assisted by Mesdames Frank
Winton, Bernard Spiegel, Abe
Scher. Jack Citron, Joseph Falk,
Ben Levinson. Marvin Rosenthal,
Arthur Morrison, Bernard Colton,
Jack Keyn, Abe Scher, Joseph
Kerzman, Samuel Kovan, Ben Na-
thanson, Maurice Smargon, David

DON'T LET
THEM SHORT
CHANGE
YOU . . .

Besides making superb
noodle products

Greenfield 's

also distribute the finest
in all types of Kosher
Foods such as

Streit's
Rokeach
Horowitz Margareten
Croyden House Specialties
Migdal Dairy Products

and many other products.

ONLY where you SEE
GREENFIELD NOODLES
can you be sure to find the
finest selection of KOSHER
FOODS for Passover and
Year Round.

Don't Let Any
Supermarket
Short Change

You

Blank, Joseph Goldstein, Maurice
G. Jacobs and Donald Shepherd.
The annual ORT souvenir jour-
nal, redesigned and newly enlarg-
ed, will be at the ball. Co-editors
are Mrs. Lawrence Levi and Ruth
Lewinson. Chairman of the jour-
nal is Mrs. Jack Rubin, and treas-
urer is Mrs. Morton Hochman.
Reservations for the ORT Ball
may be sent to the ORT office,
19163 Livernois.
A car will be won by someone
in attendance.

Brandeis Women Elect
Mrs. Robinson, Set
Annual Book Sale

Mrs. Harold A. Robinson was
elected president of the Greater
Detroit Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee at its
annual spring meeting.
Also elected were Mesdames
Jay Allen, Bernard Farber, Max
Warren&Harry Singer, vice presi-
dents; 'Rtian Colman, treasurer;
Roger Ettlinger, Charles Acker-
man, Milton Zussman and Aubrey
Goldman, secretaries.
The chapter will hold its annual
used book sale May 4-8 at North-
land Special Events Center, 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. Mrs. Jay W. Allen,
vice president of projects, and her
committee seek 30,000 used books
of every description for this sale.
All .proceeds go toward the
Brandeis University Library. It
is the complete responsibility of
the National Women's Commit-
tee to maintain and stock the
shelves.
Mrs. Herbert Aronsson is co-
chairman df the book sale. If con-
tributors of books are unable to
deliver their used books for the
sale to Mrs. Allen at 19455 Bur-
lington, they may call DI 1-2461 to
arrange for pick up service. Assist-
ing in sorting and marking are
Mesdames Theodore Birnkrant,
Lawrence Weiner, John Greenberg
and Harold Marko.

Sheruth League Bazaar
Helps NeedyChildren

Sheruth League's annual Spring
Bazaar and Gift Show will be held
11 a.m.-5 p.m. May 9 at the Zionist
Culture Center.
Mrs. Marvin Canner and Mrs.
Mitchell Kent will chair the fund-
raising event, at which there will
be exhibits of antique jewelry,
miniatures in oils, sheepskin rugs,
imported gloves and bags, decora-
tor accessories and gifts.
A hand-made afghan made by
some members will be awarded.
Funds will help underprivileged
and handicapped children go to
camp and supply them with gym
shoes for this summer.
For tickets, call Mrs. Harold
Siefman, 353-5657.

AJC Survey Shows Herbert Renter to Wed
Michigan Election Miss Ma ryanne Shapiro
Had No Backlash

Except in the Deep South.
"white backlash" or racist voting
did not materially affect the out-
come in the 1966 elections, accord-
ing to a report issued by the
American Jewish Committee.
Entitled "The 1966 Elections: A
Political Patchwork," the study
concludes that the Republican
gains are to be interpreted as "a
restoration of normal party bal-
ance," which the 1964 anti-Gold-
water landslide had upset.
The report, written by Lucy S.
Dawidowicz. research analyst in
the information service of the
American Jewish Committee, sum-
marized the election results as re-
flecting "a national trend to slow
down the legislative pace without
sacrificing any of the gains already
achieved." Mrs. Dawidowicz is co-
author, with Leon J. Goldstein, of
an earlier contribution to this field,
"Politics in a Pluralist Democ-
racy," studies of voting in the 1960 ' ,
election published in 1963 by the I
AJC's Institute of Human Rela-
tions Press.
Only in the states of Alabama,
Georgia and Florida did political
racism succeed in electing gover-
nors, while "it failed dramatically
in the gubernatorial elections in
Arkansas, Maryland and Massa-
chusetts," the new AJC survey de-
clares. Backlash played an inde-
terminate role in the election of
Ronald Reagan as governor of
California and an indecisive role
in the senatorial contest in Illinois
and Michigan, the report continues.
Michigan's experience is described
as follows:
"Backlash was considered to be
an issue in and around Detroit,
and the subsequent defeat for for-
mer Governor G. Mennen Williams
in his Senatorial race against in-
cumbent Republican Robert F.
Griffin, a conservative, might indi-
cate that he had suffered as a re-
sult of his liberalism. However, it
was widely felt that the influence
of Governor George W. Romney
had made itself felt on behalf of
Griffin, who, incidentally, had sup-
ported civil rights legislation."

Round Table
to Plant Tree in
Adler's Memory

Recalling the ideals of brother-
hood for which Rabbi Morris Adler
stood, the Detroit Round Table of
Catholics, Jews and Protestants
will plant a tree in his memory in
the yard of the Round Table prop-
erty on Boston Blvd. 11 a.m. Mon-
day.
Rabbi Adler was a member of
the Round Table's board of direc-
tors and active in many areas of
its program.
Mayor Cavanagh is expected to
take part in the tree-planting serv-
ice.

DANISH JEWISH COMMUNITY
The Jewish Community of Den-
mark, which dates back to the early
part of the 17th Century, now num-
bers some 6,000 persons, nearly all
of whom live in the capital city of
Copenhagen.

Martin Place Hospitals will hold
its first annual CLINICAL SYM-
POSIUM at the Martin Place Hos-
pital East Auditorium Saturday
and Sunday, starting at 8:45 a.m.
Reservations must be made with
Carol Botwin at Martin Place East
by May 6.

MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!

SAMMY
WOOLF

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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If No Answer Can DI 1-6847

MISS MARYANNE SHAPIRO

Mr. and Mrs. William Shapiro of
Cherrylawn Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mary-
anne to Herbert I. Remer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Remer of
Washburn Ave.
Miss Shapiro is a senior at the
University of Michigan. Her fiance
attends Wayne State University.
An Aug. 12 wedding is planned.

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