32—Friday, December 22, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS I
Frank and Greenstone Are Chairmen•
for Mercantile Division of Campaign Akiva Dinner
Benjamin H. Frank and Warren ! David S. Mondry, Irving Pokemp-
D. Greenstone are the chairmen of ner, Emil Rose, Al Sklar, Irving
the mercantile division of the 1968 Steinman, Louis Tabashnik and
Allied Jewish Campaign and Israel Daniel Winognad.
Emergency Fund, Alfred L.
Frank and Greenstone an-
Deutsch, camapign chairman, and nounced the chairmen who will
Maxwell Jospey, co-chairman, an- head sections in the mercantile di-
James B. Scitner is chairman of the
Both have been active in the
jewelry section with David Frank and
campaign organization for several Max Lebowitz as co-chairmen.
years and were co-chairmen of the
Serving as co-chairmen of the men's
wear section are Martin Felder, Julius
Olen and Norman Wachier.
The shoes section is headed by Nor-
' man H. Rosenfeld as chairman and
James A. Hack, Phillip S. Layne and
D. Lawrence Sherman as co-chairmen.
Co-chairmen for the variety stores
and dry goods section are Irving
Hirsch, Emil Jacobs, Morris Kwaselow
and Al Sklare.
The furniture division is headed by
Marvin Irwin Danto; Charles Abramson
and Jacob L. Kahn are co-chairmen.
David M. Schwartz is chairman of
the floor covering section; ,David I.
Askin and Harry J. Goldberg- are co-
The furniture manufacturer repre-
sentatives have Walter D. Feldmesser
' as chairman; Bernard R. Allen and
Irving Silk as co-chairmen, and James
Stein as advisor.
mercantile division in 1967. Frank . L.
Robert E. Schwartz is chairman of
is on the board of the Detroit Serv- the department stores, womer's
and acr t e ilgroernr;ss LveaFti egcetrgon iuch-
ice Group and the Jewish Commu-
nity Center and serves as a mem- ard A. Kahn. Meyer Kershenbaum and
ber of thn health and welfare divi- Henry Trikels,...an.
ee r mwa m e annds
sion of the Jewish Welfare Feder!- A tFi-V-1 a B. C.-
._7'Ima nu sheail
apparel manufacturers representatives.
The employees section has Fred Win-
GreCnSti'ne is On the board of kelman as chPirrilan, and Jack Schles-
rm a n.
directors of the Jewish Home for inner
" is campaign director
Aged and is prominent in the ac- for the mercantile division.
tivities of the Detroit Service'
Group and the collection review P au l'
committee of Federation.
Max J. Pincus and StanleyJ.
Winkelman are pre-campaign
Mrs. Jones Speak
chairmen. Serving on the execu-
at II JA's Parley
tive committee are Peter D. Brown,'
Morton Hack, Harold L. Kaplan,
Abe Lapides, Lewis H. Manning,
Al 17 uncements
Dec. I l -To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Greenstone (Sandra Stollman), of
Bradford Lane, Southfield, a son,
Bryan Lewis. a • •
Dec. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Kirsch (Ellen Shapiro), 25833 Ar-
rowhead. Southfield, a daughter,
• • •
Nov. 28--To Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Margolis (Sharon Borlak), 19725
Maplewood. Livonia, a son, Paul
Paul Zuckerman, who was elect-
• • •
Nov. 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ed one of the national chairmen of
ward Menczer (Faye Mathis), the United Jewish Appeal at the
17243 Bonstelle, Southfield, a son, annual conference in New York
last week, and Mrs. Harry L. Jones
who was re-elected chairman of the
UJA women's division,
(Arlene Glassman), 18250 Alta will be among the speakers at the
Vista, Southfiel d, an adopted
in Chicago, Jan. 12-13.
daughter, Stefanie JilL
Gen. Mordehai Hod, commander
of Israel's victorious air force, and
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Edward Ginsberg, the new UJA
general chairmen, will be among
the other speakers at the two-day
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
REV. GOLDMAN L.
Recommended by Physicians
Serving Hospitals and Homes
New Audio-Visual Class
to Start at the Center
The Hebrew department of the
Jewish Center is now running 14
courses in modern Hebrew for
some 250 adults. Eight of these
courses are given twice a week,
utilizing the St. Cloud method,
"Habet Ushma." In response to the
demand for more courses, a new
beginners class will begin in Janu-
ary, meeting on Mondays and Wed-
esdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with
the added feature of Hebrew con-
versation practice during lunch.
Registration is being accepted in
the Hebrew department office,
341-4200 Ext. 254 on a first-come,
to Be Held in March
Free booklets on the art of Eur-
opean facials are avail able at
KITTY WAGNER'S salon, 20211
Greenfield (N orway Building),
Suite 7. Mrs. Wagner operates De-
troit's only salon that does facial
work exclusively. She and her hus-
band Joseph had their own salon
in Hungary, where Mrs. Wagner
studied for four years at a beauty
college and spent two years in a fa-
cial salon operated by two doctors.
For information, call Kitty, 272-
Aliens Must Report
Addresses by Jan. 31
MISS SIBYL CHAYET
Walter A. Sahli, district director
of the Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service, stated that aliens in
the United Stathe will be required
to report their addresses to the at-
David I. Berris, president of Aid- torney general within the near fu-
va Hebrew Day School, announces ture.
the appointment of Max Stollman
All aliens, with few exceptions,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chayet of
Olde Frankin Dr., Farmington, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sibyl Rochelle to Law-
rece Darrell Schiff, son of Mr. Har-
old Schiff of Greenfield Rd. and
the late Sadie Schiff.
as general chairman of the Jan. 28 who are in the United States on
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
dinw:r to be held at the Sheraton- Jan. 1 each year must report their Detroit Business Institute. Her fi-
addresses by the end of that month. ance attends Wayne State Univer-
cf Alsiva. is aso a founder of Bar-
Ilan University in Israel and a
hatter in Orthodox circles as well
as civic life.
Published by WSU
Wayne State University Press in-
troduces an encyclopedic work
with the first volume of "The Let-
ters of John Addington Symonds."
Edited by Prof. Herbert M.
Schueller of the WSU faculty and
Prof. Robert L. Peters of the Uni-
versity of California, this 867-page
book commences the three-volume
collection will include 2,00 letters
and annotations by the Victorian
Many world notables of the
period covering Symonds' life
(1840-93) were among his corre-
spondents, including Robert Louis
Stevenson. Walt Whitman, Oscar
Wilde and others.
Younger Leaders Brought
Into Brazilian Group
Forms with which to make the sity.
A March wedding is planned.
report can be obtained from any
Post Office or Immigration and
Naturalization Service Office dur- Shriners Give $10,000
ing the month of January.
to Denver Jewish Hospital
The law provides severe penal-
DENVER (JTA)—A check for
ties for failure to comply with the
$10,000 was presented to the Na-
tional Jewish Hospital at Denver
by the Ancient Egyptian Arabic
Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
Local Problem Solved
The check was presented at a din-
for Bnai Brith Member
ner at the hospital, honoring the
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Imre
Shrine group and its auxiliary, the
Rozsa can be excused if he misses Daughters of Isis. This was the
a meeting of his Bnai Brith Lodge Shriners' ninth annual gift to the
in Beverly Hills. It's the commut- hospital and was double the
ing. He lives in Nairobi, Kenya— amount given in previous years.
nearly 10,000 miles away.
Jack J. Spitzer of Los Angeles,
president-elect of Bnai Brith West
Coast district, met Rozsa on a trip
to Africa. He learned that Rozsa,
an architect who had survived Na-
zi concentration camps, wanted to
join a Bnai Brith unit. But there
Formerly The Montego.
are none in Nairobi.
Music for the Young
Spitzer promptly enrolled him in
of All Ages
Beverly Hills Lodge and collected
FOR BOOKINGS CALL:
Mr. •ozsa's first year's dues. In
353-7749 — TE 2-9193
East African shillings.
Make Your Party Swing
SAO PAULO (JTA)—The three-
day sixth national convention of
the Jewish Confederation of Brazil
concluded here Monday with a
series of decisions reorganizing the
setup and leadership of the rep-
resentative body of B r a z i li a n
Jewry. A new executive body was
elected in which veterans of the
organization were joined by mem-
bers of the new generation of
younger community leaders.
The convention voted also to
shift the seat of the federation
from Rio de Janiero to Sao Paulo
and to hold its national conven-
tions every two years. The na-
tional council of the organization,
it was decided, will meet every six
For the first time in the history
of the federation, all its member
communities were represented
among the 112 delegates attending
the convention. The Jewish com-
munity of Brasilia, the new capital
of Brazil, was represented for the
from Trinidad or Jamaica
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