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April 05, 1968 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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Gloria Gutoy's Troth
to San foal Smith Told

Friday, April 5, 1968-37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baeill of Gardner Ave., Oak Park, were recently
honored on their 40th wedding anniversary at Oak Manor by their chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Baeill, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gottleib and Mr.
and Mrs. David Weiner of Redondo Beach, Calif. Out-of-town guests who
attended were the Beck family of Montreal and the Rosen and Forman
families of Cleveland.
The family of James Sobel will honor him on his 80th birthday with
a kidush after Sabbath services today at Cong. Bnai Moshe. Friends and
relatives are invited to attend.

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Bazaar, Antique, Art Show Slated

Adas Shalom Sisterhood will hold
a bazaar, antique and art show
11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday in the
social hall. It will be open to the
public, announced Mrs. Joseph
Katchke, president.
MISS GLORIA GUTOV
Program Vice President Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gutov of Carl Litchtenstein said there will
be stitchery booths for gifts, a
Leemour Dr., Southfield, an-
flounced at a recent cocktail party
e engagement of their daughter' i
Gloria Jean to Sanford Louis
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Smith of Parkside Ave.
Miss Gutov attends Wayne State Poland's Treatment
University. Mr. Smith attends
of Jews Is Protested
Macomb Community College.
A Dec. 15 wedding is planned. Editor. The Jewish News,
I would like to appeal to the
readers of The Jewish News to ex-
press their feelings to our Con-
gressmen and Senators regarding
the harsh and beastly treatment
Orchestra and Entertainment
of the Jews, so-called "Zionists,"
by the Polish government; treat-
ments that remind us of the ghast-
ly Hitler Holocaust perpetrated
against the . . . Jews in Poland.
Jewish teachers. students and of-
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
fice holders are fired from their
Portraiture of Distinction
For Your Weddings
schools and positions under false
Formals - Candids - Direct Color
and slanderous accusations. They
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are accused of relishing treedom
Nr. Muirland
of thought and of democracy.
Moreover, they are not even given
Call 341-4141
the opportunity of emigrating to
other countries.
After - the decimation of 6,000,-
PRESENTS
000 Jews, including 1,000.000 chil-
dren, we cannot and must not tol-
erate these ghastly atrocities.
Let us protest to the Polish Em-
bassy in Washington and appeal to
our President and Representatives
that methods of Hitlerism are a
matter of the past, and let our
BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
Representatives intercede on our
UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730 behalf to the Polish government.
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selection of attic treasures and
white elephants and bargains from a
sisterhood's book and gift shop. log
"Apron Park" will feature a vari-
ety of aprons, and paintings will
be shown by Harry Weinsaft, art
curator at Kingsley Inn. Collections
of art, china and jewelry will be
exhibited by well-known antique
dealers.
Sandwiches, snacks, cake and
coffee will be served throughout
the day at "Cafe Nosherie." Tickets
will be available at the door.
Sisterhood women serving on a
the bazaar committee are Mes-
dames William Zimmerman, Theo- 01
dore Thomas, Nathan Starman,
Abe Cherrin, Robert Dunsky, Her-
shel Blitz, Baruch Ulyrch and
Harry Markovitz.
The sisterhood will hold its elec-
tion of officers during the bazaar a
1 to 3 p.m: in the foyer of the
social hall. Mrs. Dan Shapiro,
nominating committee chairman, Xi
will officiate.

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installation of officers 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Oak Park Community
Center. Burt Chassin will be in-
stalled as post commander, and for
the auxiliary: Gerry Feldman,
president; Miriam Lawrence and
Betty Katzman, vice presidents;
Lottie Harris, treasurer and Rose
Wagner,
secretary. Installation 0
will be followed by a social hour
and refreshments. For informa-
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JWV Com-mander Hits

Prisoners' Mistreatment

WASHINGTON — In an appeal
for immediate action, National
Commander Samuel Samuels of
the Jewish War Veterans con-
demned the Communists in North
Vietnam and the Viet Cong for
their refusal to abide by the basic
tenets of fair treatment and hu-
manity in dealing with prisoners
of war as set forth in the Geneva
Accords.
Pointing out that the North Viet-
namese. and Viet Cong rave re-
fused to allow the International
Red Cross any access to Ameri-
can prisoners of war, National
Commander Samuels, in a state-
ment released at JWV national
headquarters in Washington, D.C.,
vigorously protested the blanket of
inhuman silence cast over the fate
of American servicemen believed
captive behind the Communist lines
in Vietnam.

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Open • auditions for Center The-
ater's next production, "Barefoot
in the Park" will be held 2 p.m.
Sunday and 8 p.m. Monday at
the Jewish Center. This comedy
will be directed by Dean Erskine.

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U.S. Attorney LAWRENCE GU-
BOW again heads the Louis Stone
Memorial Foundation which per-
petuates the memory of the chil-
dren-loving druggist who died
Jan. 7, 1953. Supported by many
prominent citizens including the
Jewish War Veterans, the Founda-
tion for the 15th consecutive year
took more than 1,000 underpriv-
ileged children to the recent
Shrine Circus.

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