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September 15, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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Mrs. David Saks
Rosalind Gray to Wed
ZOD Women's Committee Organized Named Bnai Israel Sheldon Levine in July
to Advance Balfour Concert Plans 'Woman of Year'

20—Friday, September 15, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A women's committee bus been organized to assist in plans for
the annual Balfour Concert of the Zionist Organization of Detroit
to he held Dec. 3 at Ford Auditorium, featuring Robert Merrill and
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Serving on the committee are (from
left) seated, Mesdames Ira Kaufman, Alex Friedlaender and Sidney
Friedlaender; standing, Mesdames Richard Kramer, Carnal M. Sta-
mm itz and Sanford Bennett.

NCJW Directors to Hold Institute Tuesday

Mrs. David Saks was pre-
sented with the annual award as
"Woman of the Year" by David
Utley, president of Cong. Bnai Is-
rael at the recent congregational
meeting in Pontiac. Mrs. Saks was
cited for "loyalty and dedicated
services to the synagogue."
Immediate past president of the
sisterhood, youth group adviser
and Sunday
school teacher
for several years,
Mrs. Saks also
is immediate past
president of the
Pontiac Area
Federation of
Women's clubs,
comprised of 42
organizations.
She has served a:
Mrs. Saks
le 1965 Pontiac
Area United Fund chairman,
women's division, is 1967 chairman
for the Pontiac Citizen's Commit-
tee on Youth and is currently
serving on the Pontiac Finance
Study Committee appointed by
Mayor William Taylor Jr.
Mrs. Saks has only recently been
named the 1968 chairman for the
"Salute to Youth" ci ty wide
achievement program for Pontiac's
high school students.
Pontiac Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its Hadassah Israel Fash-
ion Show 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
Temple Beth Jacob, with Mrs.
Saks as chairman. Mrs. Irving Gor-
don is co-chairman.
While a resident of Detroit, Mrs.
Saks served as president of the
Medical Aid Guild.
A few years ago, she visited a
brother and sister for the first time
in the Ukraine and has shared her
experiences with many civ i c,
fraternal, federated and religious
groups in the Pontiac and Detroit
areas.

Meeting with Mrs. Shiffman will
be the following recently elected
officers:
Mesdames Frederick Shevin,
Melvin Kolbert, Arthur Stone, John
Redfield and Seymour Rowe, vice
presidents; Ben Salon, treasurer;
Joseph Klein, assistant treasurer;
and Ronald Greenberg, Harold
Kaufman, Clement Hopp, Gerald
Steinberg and Samuel Rands, sec-
retaries.
Elected to their first term on
the board were:
Mesdames Gabriel Alexander,
I Irving Bittker, Alan S. Kahn, Ir-
ving Kramer, Maxwell Lapides,
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Bert Ozer, Charles Rosenbaum,
Melvin Rosenhaus, Carl Rosman,
Volunteers are needed to help
and
Ben Weintraub.
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produce books in Braille for the
blind children of Detroit metropoli-
Adult Courses in Hebrew, tan area, many of whom cannot
the expensive Braille books.
Jewish Books at OP High afford
Mrs. Saul B. Rose, chairman of
We can stretch our
Aaron Kutnick will teach two 'Fri-County Braille Volunteers, an-
goods at will and always
10-week courses in "Contribution nounces the formation of classes,
of the Jew to World Literature" as follows:
have plenty of dough !
and conversational Hebrew for the
Mondays, starting Oct. 2, 10 a.m.,
Oak Park Schools division of ex- at Temple Emanu-El, in conjunc-
tended education, beginning Mon- tion with Temple Beth El, Mrs. B.
day at Oak Park High School.
Lieberman, Emanu-El chairman;
The literature course, to be Mrs. J. Begle, Beth El chairman.
Get Your Share of
taught 7 p.m. Thursdays, will ac-
Tuesdays, starting Oct. 17, 10
quaint the student with lterary a.m., at Temple Israel, chairman,
works of famous Jewish writers Mrs. I. Wartell.
and their contribution to the var-
Wednesdays, starting Sept. 13,
ious literary movement.
10 a.m., at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
The conversational H ebr e w chairman, Mrs. J. Snider.
course, 7 p.m. Mondays, will cover
Wednesdays, starting Sept. 20, 1
the fundamentals fo the language p.m., at Adas Shalom Synagogue,
for beginners.
Mrs. L. Barden, chairman.
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Thursdays, starting Sept. 21, 10
a.m., at Cong. Ahavas Achim,
chairman, Mrs. Simon Bermanis.
Thursday, starting Sept. 29, 9:30
a.m., at Cong. Beth Shalom, chair-
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An all-day institute for the board
of directors of the Detroit Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Women is planned for Tuesday, at
Holiday . Inn on Telegraph Road,
Southfield.
Mrs. Victor Shiffman, president,
will meet with board members of
evalute, strengthen and enlarge the
organization's educational a n d
humanitarian programs, among
which are volunteer services to
mental hospital a residential treat-
ment home for children with emo-
tional problems and the Detroit
Public Schools.

MISS ROSALIND GRAY

Mrs. Laura Gray of Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park, and Mr. Abra-
ham Gray of Schaefer Rd. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Rosalind Irene to Sheldon
Mark Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ellcan Levine of Cumberland Rd.,
Southfield.
Miss Gray and Mr. Levine, who
is affiliated with Gamma Omega
Phi Fraternity at the Illinois Col-
lege of Optometry, have set a July
28 wedding date.

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the Commonwealth Branch Bank
community hall, W. Seven Mile at
Mark Twain.
Club President Gertrude Edel-
stein invites unmarried people of
the community at no charge.
Verdi's "II Trovatore," perform-
ed by the LaScala Opera Company
on stereo, a showing of the color
film "Horizons North" and the
latest release of Screen News Di-
gest will precede a social hour.
Announcement will be made of
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"coffee and conversation" gather-
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