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January 05, 1968 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-05

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Zeltzer Heads Allied Drive Melvy Erman Engaged
Real Estate-Trades Division to Mr. Enders of Indiana

George M. Zeltzer has been
named to the chairmanship of the
real estate and building trades di-
vision of the 1968 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund,
Alfred L. Deutsch, campaign chair-
man, and Maxwell Jospey, co-
chairman, announced.
Co-chairman of the division is N.
Brewster Broder.
Zeltzer served as co-chairman
of the division for last year's cam-
paign and has been active on the
boards of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and the Jewish Community
Council. He is president of the
United Hebrew Schools.
Broder is on the board of Detroit
Service Group of Federation and
Tamarack Hills Authority. He is a
vice-president of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Serving with Zeltzer and Broder
as associate division chairmen are
A. Arnold Agree, Edgar M. Fen-
ton, Sidney Kaye and Alfred W.
Keats.

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Women's Outs

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DAVID - HORODOKER W 0 M -
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Sam Kogan, 18032 Northlawn.
• • •
MASSADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Monday at
the home of Charlotte Rovner,
16199 Oxley, Southfield. Luncheon
will be served. For reservations,
call Mrs. Rovner, 358-1595
• • •
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Meyers, 25821 Arrowhead,
Southfield.
• • •
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Henry Rubin, social econo-
mist of the Detroit Housing Com-
mission, will speak on "Urban
Renewal."

Habonim Form 2nd
Urban Aliya Group

A second urban collective Aliya
group to a development town in
Israel was founded Jan. 1 by Ha-
bonim, Labor Zionist Youth, meet-
ing at a special "Aliya Conven-
tion" at the South Branch Hotel,
South Branch, N.J.
The new group, which will have
an initial membership of 50, plans
by 1970 to settle in Carmiel, Is-
rael, a development town in the
Galilee located between Acre and
Safed.
The Habonim Aliya conclave,
which was attended by more than
150 Habonim members and non-
members from Dec. 29 through
Jan. 1, named the new urban col-
lective "Garin Sheet Bet"
Garin Shaal Aleph—the first ur-
ban collective aliya group of Ha-
bonim—plans to leave this fall
(1968) for Carmiel, Israel, a town
of about 2,000. The Americans
plan to live a cooperative way of
life, according to Morton Cohen,
National Secretary of the group,
who added that "Garin Shaal plans
to adopt the kibutz way of life
to the city."

Pre-campaign chairmen are
Milton Barnett, Robert Brody,
Merlin M. Gottlieb, Joseph G. Ja-
cobson, George It. Klein, Myron L.
Milgrom, Saul J. Rubin, Jack
Sbenkman, Calvin Shubow, James
F. Wilkus and Benton B. Wolf.
Making up the division cabinet
are all officers and Mandell L.
Berman, Louis Berry, Alfred L.
Deutsch, Aubrey H. Ettenheimer,
Nathan Fishman, Charles H. Ger-
shenson, Abe Green, Lewis S.
Grossman, Joseph Holtzman,
Arthur Howard, Daniel A. Leven,
Irving Rose, George D. Seyburn,
Nathan Silverman, Craig M. Smith,
Phillip Stollman, A. Alfred Taub-
man and Benjamin Wilk.
The following section chairmen
will lead workers in the division:

Builders and building finance. Irv.
Ing Seligman and Stephen Lauri. co-
chairmen; Richard lueznak. Donald
Canvasser, Nelson Dembe and Sidney
Forbes, associate chairmen.
Real estate and hotels. Jack Camin-
ker and Carl Rosman, co-chairmen;
Maurice Cohen, David Sakwa. Jerome
L. Schostak, and Harvey Snider, as-
sociate chairmen.
Heating, cooling and plumbing, Dave
Muskovitz, chairman; Max Noaanchuk.
associate chairman.
Electricians and suppliers. Jerome B.
Sonenklar, chairman; Isadore Kolodney,
co-chairman.
Architects and Building Engineers,
Leonard E. Baron and Joseph Sevin. co-
chairmen; Alfred S. Farber and Nathan
Levine, associate chairmen.
Hardware. Hershel Stuart and Lloyd
Weingarden, co-cab-men; Sam Welder.
associate chairman.
General contractors and allied sub-
contractors, Herbert H. Jacob, chairman.
Building suppliers, William Borin,
Morris H. Brown and Ben B. Buten,
co-chairmen; David Kurunan and Har-
old Moses, associate chairmen.
Paint, manufacturers and dealers, Bert
J. Gooel, chairman.

Brevities

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL WOM
EN'S AUXILIARY will meet 11:30
a.m. Thursday at Children's Hospi-
tal. It will be preceded by the
board meeting at 10 a.m. and fol-
lowed by the subscription luncheon
at 12:30. Dr. Jack H. Hertzler, as-
sociate surgeon-in-chief, will dis-
cuss the teaching program at Chil-
dren's Hospital.
• • •
RUSS BURGESS, parapsycholo-
gist, will give a demonstration of
Extra-Sensory Perception at De-
troit Town Hall in the Fisher
Theater Wedesday morning at 11
o'clock.
• • •
Brilliant concert pianist AR-
TUR RUBINSTEIN, who appears
at the Masonic Auditorium at 8:20
p.m., Saturday, Jan. 13, has had
a long and successful association
with the film industry. When
World War II arrived and the Ger-
mans entered Paris to take over
Rubinstein's lovely new home on
the Avenue Foch, the European
chapter of his life was closed.
Shortly after that Artur Rubin-
stein removed his family to
America and settled in Los An-
geles.
• • •
Japanese pianist MIYOKO YA-
MANE made her Detroit debut
as soloist with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra Thursday and
will appear Saturday evening at
Ford Auditorium.
• • •
New color movies of
GLORIES OF SPAIN" will open the
1968 World Adventure Series pub-
lic travel program at 3:30 p.m. Sun-
da,y at the Detroit Institute of
Arts. NEIL DOUGLAS, world trav-
eler, will narrate his films in per-
son.

Friday, January S, 1968-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nate S. Shapero
Re-Elected at Sinai

Nate S. Shapero and seven other
incumbents have been re-elected to
executive positions on the board of
trustees at Sinai Hospital of
Detroit.
At the December meeting of the
board, Shapero was retained as
president as were vice presidents
Max M. Fisher, Morris Garvett and
Max J. Zivian; treasurer Abraham
Shiffman; secertary Irwin I. Cohn;
assistant treasurer Harry C. Schae-
fer; and assistant secretary Milton
M. Maddin.

Business
Brevities

SHERMAN ADELMAN of the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
has been Man of the Month for the
DETROIT-HEBERT AGENCY for
the months of September, Novem-
ber and December.

Standard Federal Savings
Records Growth in 1967

MISS MELVY ERMAN

At a recent cocktail party in
their home, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Er-
man of Borgman Rd., Huntington
Woods, announced the engagement
of their daughter Melvy to David
Enders, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Enders of Indianapolis.
The future bride attended East-
ern Michigan University. Mr. En-
ders attended Purdue University
and is a graduate of Indiana Uni-
versity.
A March 24 wedidng is planned.

JWV

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Ruth Benach, 16207 Indi-
ana. President Anne Weinstein and
Junior Vice President Sara Fleis-
her announce plans for the auxil-
iary membership tea will be dis-
cussed.
• • •
DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
135 will meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Labor Zionist Institute.

• • •

JWV Leader Ends Visit
to Vietnam Battlefields

SAIGON — (JTA) — The national
commander of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States,
Samuel Samuels, has completed a
week-long tour of the battlefields,
during which he visited with Jew-
ish and non-Jewish American
servicemen on the occasions of
Hanuka and Christmas. Samuels
said he was impressed by the high
morale of th soldiers, and thought
that the war was "going well." He
said that he was also pleased with
the progress of the pacification
program in Vietnamese villages.

Robert J. Hutton, president of
Standard Federal Savings , an-
nounced that the savings institu-
tion had achieved record growth
in 1967. The savings balance held
at Standard Federal at the end of
the year amounted to $341,026,381,
an increase of $39,124,720 over the
preceding year at 13 per cent in-
crease.
Assets now total $373,747,702, an
increase of $35,564,617 over last
year, and total mortgages are now
$323,014,140. Reserves are also at
a new high of $25,280,707.
According to Hutton the gain re-
flects the continuing high level of
incomes, the confidence and loyal-
ty of Standard Federal's custom-
ers and the fact that Standard Fed-
eral is paying 43/4 per cent cur-
rent rate on passbook savings.
This is the highest rate permitted
on insured regular passbook ac-
counts in the area.

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Men's Clubs I

BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
will present Jerome H. Brooks, re
gional director of the Detroit Na
tional Labor Relations Board, in
the third breakfast forum of its
current series 10 a.m. Sunday in
the synagogue. Brooks will discuss
"The Role of Government in Labor
and Management Disputes."
• • •
BETH SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will be joined by the Sisterhood
for a joint meeting 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the synagogue social
hall. Brigadier-General S. L. A.
Marshall, military analyst of the
Detroit News, will be guest speak-
er. Refreshments will be served.
Guests are welcome, according to
Program Vice Presidents Mrs. Sam
Balkin and Manuel Ben and pro-
gram chairman Mrs. Charles Isack-

Oneg Shabat Planned
by Aleichem Institute

son.

The Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus
will present its annual Midwinter
Concert 8 p.m. Jan. 14 at the Jew-
ish Center.
Featured work will be ''The
March to Selina," with Cantor Har-
old Orbach as guest artist. The
chorus, conducted by Harvey
Schreibman, will perform a group
of Yiddish, English and Hebrew
folk songs.
For tickets, call Mrs. Rose Bar-
ron, DI 1-9231, or Mrs. Regina Litt,
BR 2-0330.

An index to the first 50 volumes
of the American Jewish Year Book
is now available. Released at the
end of December, the hard-cover
375-page volume can be ordered
from Ktav Publishing House, 120
Broadway, New York.
Because volumes 1-50 (1899 to
1949) were not indexed, this book
provides a key to the contents of
these earlier books which are
unique in the field.

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