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October 13, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-13

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Army Chief Due j SpORTlight
at Event in Honor
of Emma Schaver

to Focus on Fashions

Col. Stella Levy, commanding of- ,
ficer of the Women's Army of Is-
rael (Chen) which she helped
found, will be the guest speaker at
.. _ dessert lunch- j
eon for Sponsors
of Israel. to be
hosted by Mrs.
Sidney R av in,
12:30 p.m. Oct.
23, at her home,
28740 Brooks-
lane, Southfield.
The luncheon:
will honor Emma
Schaver, in ad-
vance of the Em-
ma Schaver testi-
monial dinner.
Mrs. David Pol-
lack is the spon-
sor chairman.
Mrs. Ravin is a
Mrs. Ravin
member of the board of Detroit
Israel Bond Women's Division. She
served as president of the JNF
Auxiliary. She has served as an
officer of the League of Jewish
Women and has been active in
Mizrachi Bar-Ilan, City of Hope,
Sinai Women's Guild, Hadassah
and Beth Aaron and Beth Abraham
Sisterhoods.

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AJCongress Womer I Dialogues Day
Slated Wednesday at Temple Israel

The Detroit Women's Division of lies in American attitudes toward
the American Jewish Congress will foreign relations, headed a recent
devote its second annual Day of university symposium on "Public
Dialogues to a study of the Middle I Opinion, Foreign Policy and the
East crisis, Wednesday at Temple I Historian." Recipient of the Facul-
Israel, according to Mrs. Philip! ty Research Recognition Award
Rader, co-chairman of the educa-1 from Wayne, Dr. Small has pub-
lished in numerous scholarly jour-
tion committee.
Registration will begin at 9:30 nals.
Registration will begin at 9:30
a.m. For luncheon reservations,
a.m. in Youth Hall at Temple Is-
call the AJCongress, WO 5-3319.
rael. For luncheon reservations,
Featured parti-
call WO 5-3319.
cipants in the
Members of the planning com-
dialogues, the
mittee, in addition to Mrs. Theo-
theme of which is
dore Rosen, chairman, and Mrs.
"The Middle East
John Sturman, co-chairman, in-
clude Mesdames Milton Schwartz,
Story," will be
Henry Caplan, Dellis Harwith, Da-
Albert Elazar, su- '-
vid Logan, Morris Mentzel, Louis
perintendent o f
Redstone, Daniel Shapiro and Al-
the United Heb-s;
bert Silber.
rew Schools, who''
will discuss "The
Middle East in Dr. Small
For the HY Spot
Perspective — Background of a
Of Your Affair
Contemporary Crisis," and Dr.
Music by
Melvin Small, assistant professor
of history at Wayne State Univer-
Hy Herman
sity, who will talk on "Arabs,
And His Orchestra
Jews and Oil—American Foreign
(Hy Utchenik)
Policy in the Middle East."
Dr. Small, whose special interest
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342-9424

Milwaukee Jewish Women
Support Open Housing Law

Stzgagements

MILWAUKEE (JTA)—The Mil-
waukee section of the National
Council of Jewish Women called
on the city government Tuesday to
enact a strong open housing or-
dinance "which will guarantee the
right of all citizens in our com-
munity to buy, rent or lease pro-
perty, without -fer.r—at_cliscrimina-
lion because' of color, race or
creed."
The organization, which has
1,600 members, voiced objections
to proposals for a citywide referen-
dum on the housing situation, "be
cause it is a vehicle whereby the
city of Milwaukee public officials'
are abdicating their clear duty to
uphold minority rights."

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EUGENE & ERNEST
GREENFIELD

Wish Their

Many Friends

A Year of

Health, Happiness

and Peace

YOUR CANDID

NYMAN-ELIAS: Mr. and Mrs.

Saul H. Nyman of Columbus, for-
merly of Detroit, announce the
engagement of their daughter Suz-
anne to Alan Miles Elias, son of
C.
Siegal
(left),
region
presi-
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Elias of
At a sneak preview, Mrs. Daniel -
dent, Mrs. Ben Brant, membership vice president, and Mrs. Jack Lexington, Ky. Miss Nyman attend-
ed Ohio University. Mr. Elias is
Lefton, chairman of the day, admire model Mrs. Harry Goldberg, Jr.
stationed at Lockbourne Air Force
in a Bill Mass suit of red, green and white argyle.
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Base, Lockbourne, 0. He attended
financial
secretary;
Stanley
Mill-
Ohio State University and Ohio
ORT's fall membership drive will
man, treasurer; Milton Superstine, University and was a member of
launched
at
its
annual
fashion
be
show and petite luncheon noon expansion chairman; Herman Hack, Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. A June

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WILL BE

FINER
WINER

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
BY BERNARD H.

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Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. tickets; George Blumenthal, Emil wedding is planned.
Stern, Louis Hinderstein, Norman
The admission fee is one or more Stern and chapter membership
new members, who, with their vice-presidents Mesdames Neil
THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...
sponsor, will be guests of ORT„ Rosenthal, Joseph Kerzman, Ar-
Organization for Rehabilitation nold Smith, Jerome Keywell, Mar-
Through Training.
tin Fried, Sam Sugarman, Andrew
Prospective members who join , Spiro, Sidney Gersh, Gram Lan-
that day may have the admission dau Martin Zeldes, Leon Paul, Hy
price credited toward their an- Gordon, Norman Gallant, Herbert
nual dues, according to Mrs. Ben Oppenheim, Herbert Samovitz and
Big Sound Recording Artists
Brant, vice president of member- Robert Shawn.
ship. A prize will be given.
547-0896
545-2737
The show will feature the win-
ter collection of Bill Blass, from
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Madeleine Coe, Hudson's fashion

BE A GUEST AT YOUR OWN PARTY!
coordinator, will be commentator.) BINKOW-FIELDS: Jacqueline •
Coming to Detroit especially for Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. •
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this occasion, after addressing the Leo Fields of Los Angeles, formerly
OR
DAIRY
ORT national convention, will be of Detroit, and Robert Binkow, •

Nathan Gould, national executive son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Binkow •

Ideal for Confirmation, Briss, Pidyon Ha-Ben, Etc.
director. of E. Huntly Sq., Birmingham, •
Assisting Mrs. Brant will be were married recently. The couple' •

chairman of the day Mrs. Jack ' is residing in Southfield.


BECAUSE OF SUKKOT AND SIMHAT TORA—WE
Lefton, and membership co-chair-
men Mesdames Robert Kahn, Jos- Livonia Congregants Plan •

WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCT.

eph Kerzman and Ira Rodman;

19, 20; THURSDAY and FRIDAY, OCT. 26 and 27.
hospitality chairmen Mrs, David Yom Kippur Night Dance •

Edelman and Mrs. Nathan Wein-
Livonia Jewish Congregation will •
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garden. Also Mesdames Max Bea , hold a Yom Kippur Night Dance •
NEW

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