32—Friday, June 7, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Beth Hillel Nets $37,000 at Bond Sale
Miss Zelenko to Illarg Mischakoff Saluted
by Detroit Symphony
Richard Paul Steiner
Detroit Symphony Orchestra con-
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER will
have its annual paid-up member-
ship retention party 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Workmen's Circle
Center. After dinner, there will be
games with prizes. Dues can be
paid at the door. A special prize
will be given to a new member.
For information, call Henrietta
Ruda, KE 3-7831.
GALILEE CHAPTER is planning
a membership tea 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Mark Klinger, 18750 Purlingbrook,
Livonia. For information, call Mrs.
Seymore Weinstein, 476-3934.
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAPTER
will hold its first "Night of Games"
8:30 p.m. Thursday at Sholem
Aleichem Institute. Refreshments
will be served. Friends and rela-
tives will be welcome. There is a
nominal donation fee.
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TIKVAH CHAPTER will hold a
garden party for paid-up members
noon Tuesday at the home of
Millie Raub, 23411 Radclift, Oak
Park. A barbecue lunch will be
served, after which guests will
play games. For information, call
of the Women's Division, reported Mrs. Raub, 398-9790.
the following treasury gifts of $100
LOUIS BRANDEIS CHAPTER
or more to the 1968 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund: has planned a diririer-theeting for
Alpha Omga Fraternity, Detroit Wo- paid-up members 6:30 p.m. Tues-
men; Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood; Home day at Workmen's Circle Center.
Relief Society; Jewish Center Mothers'
Clubs; Jewish Home for Aged Women's Rami Amitz-Lev will speak on
Auxiliary; National Council of Jewish Israel, celebrating the first anni-
Women, Detroit Section; New Study
Club; Primrose Benevolent Society; versary of the Six-Day War. Din-
Sheruth League; and W. T. Sewing ner music will be by Mrs. Louis
Hyman Lipsitz, chairman, and Hoffman.
Mrs. Julius Ring, co-chairman, of
GOTTLEIB CHAPTER, BBG, will
the organizations section of the
Metropolitan Division, reported the install Cindy Kaufman as its new
following treasury gifts of $100 or president noon Sunday at Wing
Hong Restaurant. The new slate
more to the 1968 Campaign:
for 1968-69 will include: vice presi-
Berditchev Kesheriev Aid Society,
Bereznitzer Aid Society, Bialostoker dent, Elaine Malin; mit mother,
and Brisker Aid Society, Bnai Brith Dov Shelly Kurz; treasure r, Linda
Frenkel Lodge, Bnai Brith Einstein
Lodge, Bnai Brith Keidan Lodge, Bnai Kohn; secretaries, Barbara Flech-
Brith Motor City Lodge, Bnai Brith er, Sheryl Faber and Terry Brai-
Pisgah Lodge, Brith Sholom of Detroit,
Brezner Aid Society, Center Business ker; counselor, Ellen Peck; and
Men's Association, Center Social Service beau, Mark Oleshansky. Mrs. Sha-
Club, Chenstochover Society, Cong.
At the Beth Hillel testimonial dinner which honored Benoit
Gorge, six-term president of the congregation, and celebrated 20 years
of Israel's statehood, are (from left) seated: Fred Erlebach'er, presi-
dent of the congregation, Mrs. Gorge and the honoree, and Mrs.
Leonard Efros; standing: Gen. William J. Weinstein, Rabbi Joel J.
Litke, Col. Zeev Shaham, guest speaker, and Leonard Efros, toast-
master at the affair. A total of $37,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions
was announced; a record for the congregation.
Irwin Cohn Heads Cash Mobilization
of 1968 Allied Jewish Campaign
Irwin I. Cohn has been appointed
chairman of an emergency cash
mobilization committee of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign, Hyman
Safran, president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, announced.
The committee seeks immediate
cash payments on pledges to the
1968 Allied Jewish Campaign-
ency Fund, as
well as pledges
made in prior
"A l l informa-
tion from Israel
underscores the ,
great urgency of
payments to meet
t h e continuing
critical n e e d,"
Cohn said. "The
superb pledges ti
our Allied Jew-
ish Campaign and Israel Emerg- I
ency Fund can serve this purpose
for Israel's people only when they
are transformed into cash."
Cohn is a former Allied Jewish
Campaign chairman and is a board
member of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, United Hebrew Schools
and the Detroit Service Group.
Detroit's effort will be a part of
a nationwide campaign. Paul Zuck-
erman, national campaign chair-
man for United Jewish Appeal, is
a part of the national cash collec-
tion committee which will aid in
the collection program.
"People have already responded
generously this year with pledges
of more than $9,300,000, and just
as generously, we know that they
will make good their. pledges,"
"We are asking that people send
payments on pledges to the Allied
Jewish Campaign, 163 Madison,
Detroit 48226, now, rather than
waiting for statements to be sent
them or for someone to contact
them," he stated.
Donating to Drive
Detroit organizations have con-
tributed generously to the 1968 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund as a part of their
civic responsibility, Campaign
Chairman Alfred L. Deutsch and
Co-Chairman Maxwell Jospey said
Almost every Jewish club and
organization has contributed a part
of its treasury to the campaign in
an effort to support vital local and
national, as well as overseas and
The most recent contribution was
a gift of $2,000 from Temple
E in a nu-E 1.
Mrs. David Handleman, chair-
man of the organizations section
Hillel, Beth Hillel Men's Club,
Bnai David Men's Club, Cong. Bnai
Israel of Pontiac, Cong. Bnai Moshe
ron Alterman is adviser.
DEBORAH CHAPTER will meet
Also, Farband Labor Zionist Brith 8 p.m. Thursday at the Oak Park
393, First Galidian Society of Detroit, Community Center. Martin Docto-
Friendship Club, Golden Age Choral
Group, Goodfellowship Men's Club, He- roff, who is on the board of the
brew Benevolent Society, Jewish Cen- Anti-Defamation League, will talk
ter Culture Club, Jewish. Parent Insti-
tute, Jewish War Veterans Detroit Post on the church-state question, spe-
135, Jewish War Veterans Joseph Bale cifically the legislature's bill for
Post, Korostishever Aid Society, Mese-
ritcher Progressive Benefit, Michigan aid to non-public schools. Husbands
Bnai Brith Council, Mozirer Society.
and friends are invited. For infor-
Also, Odessa Progressive Aid Society,
Perfection Lodge Pinsker Progressive mation, call Tobi Fox, 5: 538-5098.
Aid Society, Radomer Aid Ladies So-
ciety, Jewish Home for Aged Residents,
B. BENEDICT GLAZER, BBG,
Retired Men's Recreation Club, Rovner
Lachowitcher Aid Society, Hannah saw Barb Been install the follow-
Schloss Old Timers, Self Help Detroit, ing recently: adviser, Judy Schnei-
Temple Beth El Men's Club, Temple
Emanu-El, Turover Aid Society, Chaim der; president, Nancy Goldberg;
Weizmann Society, Workmen's Circle, vice presidents, Cheryl Shultz and
Yiddish Folks Verin, Yud Aleph Yud
Membership Society and Zhitomer Pro- Karen Zuckerstein; secretaries,
gressive Aid Society.
Rita Fink and Sue Shifman; treas-
by Rep. Cooper
urer, Jan Guzik; mit mom, Karen
Novetsky; reporter, Cindy Geffin;
sergeant at arms, Marsha Weber;
and beau, Marty Lerner.
Daniel S. Cooper, state represen-
tative of Michigan's 69th District,
announced that he is a candidate
for re-election. He represents the
cities of Ferndale, Hazel Park,
,Huntington Woods, Oak Park and
a BA degree from
Wayne State Uni-
•yersity and a
juris doctor de-
gree in law from
Wayne State Uni-
versity. He has
served as an in-
structor of politi-
cal science and
English at De-
Cooper troit Institute of
Technology and has been a prac-
ticing attorney for 11 years.
Named the outstanding n e w
Democratic representative by the
Michigan press corps in 1965, he
is present Democratic floor leader,
member of the roads and bridges
committee and public health com-
mittee,_ appointed to the law re-
vision commission and ranking
Democratic member of the judici-
REX LODGE will install officers
at the 24-Karat Club 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. This event will be com-
bined with a dinner-dance party
for friends and their relatives. For
reservations, call Frank Blase, KE
American Savings Gives
TV Sets at Branch Opening
• Eight Southfield residents won
television sets during the grand
opening festivities at the n e w
American Savings Association
branch office, 21751 W. 11 Mile.
The awards were made at the
culmination of an open house held
to acquaint area residents with the
new office and its services.
Winners were Mrs. Betty Brod
of Prestwick Dr.; Mrs. Helen de
Roven of Charlton Sq.; Mrs. Lillian
Finkelstein of Bellwood Dr. S.;
Mrs. Margot Kempler of W. 11 Mile
Rd.; Abraham Silver of Fairfax
Rd., and Mrs. Mary Snitz of Vir-
One may not watch women while
they are washing clothes.—Baba
certmaster Mischa Mischakoff, who
will retire from his post in Aug-
ust, and Mrs. Mischakoff were
guests of honor at the recent sym-
phony board dinner and meeting.
John B. Ford, chairman of the
board, praised Mischakoff for his
16 years of devoted service to the
symphony and related "the board's
deep appreciation and love" for
Mischakoff. He pointed out that
Detroit would be "especially en-
riched" through Mischakoff's deci-
sion to continue living, teaching ,
and performing in Detroit after his
retirement from the orchestra.
Four new members elected to
the board of directors of the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra, Inc., are
Harry G. Bowles, Maxwell Jospey,
Mrs. Semon E. Knudsen and Jack
J. Wainger. Nine of the symphony's
MISS SHEILA ZELENKO
current officers were elected to
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zelenko of serve again in 1968-69, among them
Wisconsin Ave. announce the en- Alan E. Schwartz, vice president.
gagement of their daughter Sheila
Lynn to Richard Paul Steiner, son
THEODORE COMET has been
of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Steiner named consultant on overseas ser-
of Flushing, N.Y.
vices to the Council of Jewish
The bride-elect holds a masters Federations and Welfare Funds.
degree in guidance and counseling The council is the central body for
from the University of Michigan. 222 central Jewish community
Her fiance is studying for a doc- planning and financing organiza-
torate in organic chemistry at the tions of the United States and
University of Wisconsin.
Canada. A major part of the funds
An August wedding is planned. they raise are used for overseas
21,679 Migrate to Israel
Through Year 1967-68
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Immigrants
arriving in Israel during the year
that ended March 31 numbered
21,679, of whom 10,538 or 44 per
cent were from Western countries,
it was announced by Leon Dolzin,
head of the Jewish Agericy's aliya
Dolzin said that the figure in-
cluded many professionals and
2,000 students already in Israel
who decided to register as im-
migrants. He said the Jewish
Agency expects 30,000 immigrants
during the current year, from 12,-
000 to 14,000 of them from Western
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a proposal whereby the agency
would retain responsibility for
the absorption of new immigrants
during their first year of adjust-
ment here, after which absorption
activities would be taken over by
the government. He Said that the
initial stages of absorption could
not be separated from immigra-
tion and therefore must be retained
under Jewish Agency authority.
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