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September 20, 1968 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-20

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Best Wishes For A Year Of
Health, Happiness and
Prosperity

Mr. and Mrs. Max Goose

21731 Gardner

Month News

Youth to Step to Pulpit,
Give Clergymen a Rest

Oak Pork, Mich. 48237

Le Shono Tovo Tikosevu
and Best Wishes
From ,

The Brodman Family

3168 West Outer Drive

Best Wishes For A Happy,
Healthy New Year To All
My Relatives and Friends

Mrs. Hyman (Ida) Katzman

16500 North Pork Drive
Southfield

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hersh

20442 Cheynne

Detroit

extend best wishes to all
their relatives and friends
for A Happy and Peaceful
New Year.

Best wishes for a year of
health and happiness to
all my relatives and friends

MRS. REGINA FIELD

14011 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Oak Pork, Mich. 48237

May the year ahead be filled
with health and happiness for alt
our relatives and friends.

Mr. & Mrs. Irving L. Field
and Family

20134 Basil
Detroit

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Northern Lights

Members of Kochav and Lapeed
By ELLEN COHEN
Chapters, United Synagogue Youth,
North Farmington High
of Cong. Bnai David will conduct
the entire Sabbath service 9 a.m.
On Sept. 4, Noah Farmington
Saturday, it was announced by
opened its doors to the 1968-69
Rabbi Aaron Brander, educational
director, and Paul Sherizen, youth school term. Without any hesita-
tion, the student council went into
committee chairman.
The participants are trained by action.
Cantor Hyman J. Adler. After the
Council representatives were
services they will be served a tra- elected last spring. Among those
ditional Sabbath meal followed by
representing the
Sabbath songs. The youth who will
junior class are
give the clergy a rest are Asher
Marc Frank and
Adler, Moe Adler, Neil Bodzin,
Sue
Kornfield.
Gary Granat, Andrew Norton, Jay
Two senior coun-
Novetsky, Marc Plonskier, Robert
cil members are
Rocklin, Jack Shankman, Howard
Barney Welton
Sherizen and David Ruskin. -
and Mike Binder.
Every year, the
Bloostein Awarded
senior class spon-
sors college night.
Hebrew University's
At this lime
Ellen speakers from ap-
Torch of Learning
proximately 50 different colleges
American Friends of the Hebrew
come to North. The seniors listen
University of Jerusalem conferred
to the various speakers and try to
their Torch of Learning Award
learn more about their favorite
upon Allan J. Bloostein at a testi-
school. This event will be held on
monial dinner at the Americana
Oct. 1. This year's chairman, Steve
Hotel Sunday.
Silverman, hopes to make "College
Samuel Rothberg, chairman of
Night '68" as successful as the
the board said that at the Hebrew
other`s.
University students no not burn
North had no trouble in spark-
their draft cards — the Torch of
ing up spirit. Pompoms made of
Learning burns within them.
brown
and gold were sold. To
The Torch of Ledrning dinner
add to the spirit, Friday was de-
was the first all-trade dinner spon-
clared "Brown and Gold Day"
sored by the organization, indicat-
when the students wore school
ing the growing interest of Ameri-
colors. Good luck signs were
can industry in the scientific work
pasted on the teams' lockers, and
of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
posters were in every hall. A
salem.
large crowed was on hand to
Bloostein, 39, former president
watch the Raiders in their first
of Stern Bros, Department Store,
game.
football
now head of the American Trade
and Industrial Development with
This year the student council of
Israel, Inc., in accepting the North is sponsoring an,orphan from
award, called the Torch of Learn- Korea. Correspondence is carried
ing "a symbol of Israel as well on between the council and their
as the university."
'child."
Most of the school activities are
Virtue is like a rich stone, best
starting to shape up. Clubs are be-
plain set.
—Bacon
ginning to organize and plan their
events. The students from North I
are planning on making this year
the most exciting ever.

Habonim's New Shaliakh THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 20, 1968-45
to Direct Activities Here

Under_ the leadership of its new
"shaliakh," envoy from Israel, De-
troit Habonim will hold its first
activity of the season, a sympo-
sium on "Three Economic Sys-
tems," 8:30 p.m. today at the La-
bor Zionist Institute.
eir Arel, a paratrooper in the
Six- y War, succeeds Mordecai
Sheffe who has returned to Israel.
Parti ip4tits in the symposium
will be 'Da el Cutler, David War
tel and\ _Arthur Slabosky, three
graduates of Habonim's National
Leadership Training Institute in
Hunter, N.Y. Israeli dancing and
refreshments will follow the dis-
cussion. All youth age 14-18 are
invited.

711 Covington, Detroit, Mich. 48203

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Wishing All Our Friends and Relatives
A Very Happy, Healthy and Joyous New Year

MR AND MRS. MAX RICHMAN AND FAMILY

28770 Brooks Lane, Southfield, Mtch.

May The Coming Year Be One of Peace, Health,
Happiness and Prosperity for all our
Friends and Relatives

MR. and MRS. DAVID IWREY

19491 Robson Ave„ Detroit, Michigan 48235

Dear Member of the Flint Jewish Community:

It is gratifying to review the accomplishments of
our Jewish community in Flint. Once again our com-
munity -has responded to the needs of its brethren in
Israel and overseas, as well as meeting local needs.

All of the officers and staff of the Council join me
in wishing you a healthy and prosperous New Year.

Sincerely yours,

JOSEPH MEGDELL, President

Flint Jewish Community Council

New Yorker Crowned
Miss Teen-Age America

PALISADES, N.J. (JTA) — A 17-
year-old Jewish girl has won the
title of Miss American Teen-Ager
in the ninth annual pageant
here. The winner is 17-year-old
Fran Garten of Great Neck, N.Y.,
who was one of 53 national final-
ists. She is a senior at Great Neck
high school. More than 250,000 girls
entered this year's contest.

Miss Garten is active in school
programs and in volunteer activi-
ties. She won a 1969 car, an all-
expense-paid trip to Florida and to
Hollywood where she will be given
tryouts for roles in national tele-
vision programs. She also was
awarded a $1,000 wardrobe, I a fur
coat and a diamond ring.

Bar Mitzva in L.A.

Elliott Richard Wolk, son of
former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Wolk of Los Angeles, re-
' cently observed his Bar Mitzva at
Temple Beth Zion, Los Angeles.
The charge was delivered by his
grandfather and teacher, Rabbit
Emanuel Neiman of Detroit.

RECOVERY, INC. will hold its
annual Leaders' Training Confer- 1
ence and mark is 31st year Sept. I
27 and 28 at St. Matthew's Metho-
dist 'Church.Developed by the late
Dr. Abraham A. Low of Chicago,
the purpose of the organization is
to prevent relapses of former men-
tal patients and chronic disorders
of nervous patients by a self-help
method. Metropolitan Detroit has
80 groups. For information or for
locations of group meetings, write
Recovery, Inc., Box 6511, Detroit
48240.

Mrs. Samuel N. Heyman
and Family

1200 California St.
San Francisco, California 94109

Mrs. Alex Belkin
and Family

12860 Burton Avenue
Ook Pork, Mich. 48237

Wish all their relatives and
friends a year of Health
and Happiness.

70 College Courses
on Judaism Endowed

NEW YORK — Seventy accredit-
ed courses on Judaism in Ameri- ,
can and Canadian colleges will be
endowed this year by the Jewish
Chautauqua Society.
This is an increase of 20 over
last year, and negotiations are un-
der way to sponsor 100 next year,
Sylvan Lebow, executive director
announced.
The Jewish Chautauqua Society,
the major educational project of
the National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods, will celebrate its ,
75th anniversary at a biennial con-
vention in New Orleans Nov. 7-10.

Holiday Good Wishes

Mr. and Mrs..

SAM KLETTER
and FAMILY

19730 Chesterfield
: Detroit, Michigan 48221

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Negro Jewish Community
Topic of Temple Youth ' I

Pontiac Temple Youth, of Tem-
ple Beth Jacob, will hear a talk on
Detroit's Negro Jewish community
by Phillip Merritt, elder of Beth
El Temple, 1 p.m. Oct. 6 at the
Pontiac Synagogue.
Cultural Vice President Renee ,
Asher said young people from 9th '
through 12th grades are invited, as
well as adult members of the tem-
ple.

May All Our Relatives and Friends
Be Inscribed In The Book of Life
for a good and healthy New Year.

Relatives and Friends

Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Haberman
and Family of .
HOBERMAN'S PAINT STORE

4525 Grand River TE 2 - 2234

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HOLIDAY GOOD CHEER

CHARLES M.
CLAPSADDLE

33 Vernier Road
Grosse Pointe Shores

TU 4-3980

Best Wishes for the New Year

THE DAVID AGENCY

Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Nagler

DAVID H. WEISBERG

19163 Woodinghom
Detroit, Mich. .48221

MR. and MRS. ISADORE SHAPIRO

extend best wishes for a year filled with health and
happiness and peace to all their relatives and friends

.May the New Year Bring
Peace, Health and Prosperity to
All Our Friends and Relatives.

8230 W. 9

L.

LI 2-3886

Mile Road

LI 2-3345

Yiddish speaking Detroit Sholem Aleichem Lodge of B'nai Brith
extend greetings to their Members and all B'nai Brith Members
for a Happy and Healthy New Year.

Alex Gottleib, President
Walter Litt, Vice-Presi lent
Nathan Wiss, Vice-President
Sam Rosenberg, Vic _-:resident

MR. and MRS. MEYER I. COOPER and FAMILY

16198 Oxley Road, Southfield, Michigan
Extend Greetings to .
Their Relatives and Friends for
A YEAR OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS

New Year's Greetings To AU Our Friends

LAURETTA and BERNARD LIMOND
HOLIDAY DELIGHT CHEESE CAKE CO.

6011 Livernois

Detroit

894-6011

Best Wishes For A Happy New Year



SARICE ORIGINALS

. . . Frankly Feminine Fashions

16007 W. 8 Mile Road

272-2522 •

Bernice Dickstein — Sara Sallen

NEW YEAR GREETINGS

To all members and friends of the Julius Rosenwald Post
and Auxiliary 218. American Legion.

MAX RAMINICK

Commander

ESTHER RAMINICK

Auxiliary President

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