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August 02, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, August 2, 1468-23

7,000 Tourists Come Through Lydda in One Day

TEL AVIV (JTA)L- Passenger passengers • 300 *more than the
traffic • at Lydda Airport reached previous record. Tourist-Li ministry
a record this month of 130,000 ar- officials said that more accommp
NEW LIFE CHAPTER,' Ameri- rivals and departures, airport of- dations were needed and urged
JEWISH WOMEN : .:EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will can Medical Center at Denver, ficials reported. , . construction of additional hotels
meet noon .Monday at Cong.„Ez- wlll hold its annual membership
The traffic Sunday marked the to, provide for the increasing move-
h e o n noon. Tuesday at highest one-day total — 7,000 ment- of tourists.
ras AChim. WS. Jack Seder will
be the hostess. The 'organization the Whitehall Apartment Club
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recently elected officers for its house. Prospective members will
48th year. They are M'esdaines be welcome. Presiding officers
Jack Seder, - president; 'Mollie for the afternoon will be Mrs.
SAVE!
Baseman, Leo Laufer, Philip Donald Golden, Mrs. Jack Freed-
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SAVE!
V
Schlussel, Gussie Cardash and land and Mrs. Louis Parzen.
Buy DIRECT FROM
THE IMPORTER
Joe Gross, vice preSidents; Max Plans for the Oct. 9 Las Vegas
Englander and Paul • Weinstein, Night at the Raleigh House will
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
gecretaries; Sadie Haut; • treasurer; be discussed. Mrs. Jack Gregory
and Ida Goldsmith, Isaac Levine is chairman. Mrs. Ray Stoller and
and Mildred Meyers, trustees. A Mrs. Jack Schreider, gifts chair-
new member of the h o n or a r y men, will report. • For luncheon
DI. 1-5515
board iS Mrs. Ida Goldsmith, who reservations, call Mrs. Donald
15738 LIVERNOIS
has served 42 years as treasurer Golden, UN 4-8343.
* * *
of the organization.
LADIES of YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH•and. WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold an
"indoor • 'garden'? luncheon noon
Tuesday at Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Tikva Synagogue, sponsored by
Mrs. Leo Laufer,. vice president.
Proceeds will go towardg a schol-
arship fund. Mrs. Walter Epstein.
social chairman; will be assisted
by Mesdames Rose BieleiXrich, Ar-
thur Cutler, Harold Kaplan, Aron
Sandweiss, Bea Servetter and Jul-
ius Spielberg. Mrs.' Milton Win-
ston, president, invites guests.
* * *
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi
Women, will hold its annual clime
bank splash party and luncheon
noon Tuesday at the Mine of 'Mrs.
Coolidge at 9 Nile
Jacob Goldman, 12800'Burton; Oak
Park, Mrs. Sidney Ruby, hostess
chairman, will be assisted by Mes-
dames Andrew Freier, James Gor-
don, Ernest Kamins, Sol Lessman,
BUTTE KNITS IN
Benno Levi, Melvin Rose, Abe
COORDINATING COLORS.
Selesny and Sidney Selig: For res-
MISS SUSAM---RATTNER :
ervations, call MrS. Levi, LI 4-
The jacketand skirt come in royal blue,. the
Dr. and Mrs. Harolck T. Rattner 4592.
turtle neck shell in contrasting powder blue.
* *4
of Wellesley Dr. announce the en-
Choose from red with bone, or hunter green
Susan
gagement of their daughter
Bnai David Sisterhood will hold
with mint. These smart 3-piece double knits
to Hirschel Allen Levine, son of its annual garden patty -noon Wed-
come in wool, available in sizes 1018.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Levine of esday at the home of Mrs. Nor-
Dundee Rd., Huntington Woods.
ma Cottler, 17181 Shervilla, South-
Miss Rattner attends Eastern field. Games will folow the lun-
Michigan University, and Mr. cheon. For reservations, call Mrs.
Levine, a graduate of EMU, will Emil Spilman, chairman, EL
attend Wayne State University's 6 - 7891, or Mrs. Harry Pearson,
reservation chairman, LI .8-7084.
graduate school in the .fall.
* * 4;
.
They plan to • marry next
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
summer.
will hold its annual picnic noon
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Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute, according to President
Margaret Loin. - Members and
their friends are asked • to bring
their .own lunch;. and there will be
games.
-* 4, *
SOUTHFIELD HEIGHTS
GROUP, Hadassah, invites pro-
spective members to a tea, 12:30
p.m., Aug. 13, at the home of Mrs.
Harry Nelson, 19230 Silvercrest,
Southfield. Mrs. Al Stein, presi-
dent, will greet the guests. Host-
esses are Mrs. Arthur Solomon
and Mrs. William Kurtz.
*
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Morris Averbuch, 17304 Jean-
ette, Southfield, accotding,to ,, Mrs.
Harry Portnoy„ president. Plans
will be formulated for the Septem-
ber cash shower for children in
'Israel..

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A February wedding ,is planned
by Gail Francine Friedman and
Jerome Miles Beale, - whose engage-
ment is announced by the bride-
elect's parents, .11-r.I aid AlVin
Friedman of Hubbell Ave.
Mi. Beale is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Hyman Beale of Northfield
Blvd., Oak Park.
Miss Friedman attended High-
land Park Coinmunity College
and now is majoring in home eco-
nomics at Wayne State University.
Her fiance is a graduate of the
University of Detroit, where he
has done graduate work and has
been affiliated with Beta Alpha
Psi national honorary fraternity.

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took place in Paris, where they are
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he in philosophy and she in English
literature. Mr. Pullberg, who is on
a Fullbright Fellowship, and his
bride are honeymooning in Italy
before returning to their studies.

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have a spendable, after tax income
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higher percentage' than the figure
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