26—Friday, May 9, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
activities in Society
HAROLD JOSEPHSON. manager
of the UNION CENTRAL LIFE IN-
On a trip to Phoenix. Mrs. Ben Dorf of Manor Ave. saw her onl,!,
SURANCE CO., announces that
DAVID OLSHANSKY, district man- surviving cousin. Leon Harris of North Dakota, whom she hasn't met in
Mrs. Dorf was visiting with her niece's family, Mr. and Mrs.
ager, is the 1969 first quarter com-
pany leader in sales and recruiting Bernard Horwitz (former Detroiter Donna Mae Cohen). Mrs. Dorf's .
in the Northcentral Region, which husband and their son Shel will join her soon to make their new home
encompasses Michigan, Indiana. in San Diego. Another son. Michael, lives in Los Angeles.
Lillian S. Freeman of Cass Ave. recently left for Jackson for a
Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.
gathering of the Michigan Music Federation. Her son Tracy of E. Jef-
ferson Ave. is in Hong Kong. a stop in his worldwide trip.
A British patent was granted to
The Bodzin Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the home of
the RIPPLE SOLE CORP. under
15211 Sutherland, Oak Park.
assignment from the inventor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blitz,
Mrs. Eugene Paul and Mrs. Louis Grossman of Southfield are co-
Nathan Hack, former Detroiter of
chairmen of the annual convention of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority to be
Santa Monica. Calif. The patent
covers a shoe heel bearing off- held in Windsor in June. Soril Berris of Oak Park is arrangements'
chairman and Mrs. Edwin Acker is registration and hospitality chair-
centered flexible ribs, transversely
arched and possessing an elevated man.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mintz and daughter. Sharon, of Savannah,
heel plateau. In addition to the
cushioning effect of the angled Ga.. former Detroiters. were the house guests of their mother, Mrs. Hy
of Elm St.. Oak Park, last weekend. They came her to attend
ribs, the construction provides
the graduation of their son. Lee Allen, from the. University of Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bank of Regency Sq. recently returned from
three weeks in Hawaii where they visited their daughter and her family.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Barzilay and sons, formerly of Israel.
Turover Aid Society, its auxiliary and Cong. Beth Achim recently
had a joint celebration of the 21st anniversary of the state of Israel.
Proceeds were donated to the Israel Emergency Fund.
OP Library Collection of Yiddish Now Doubled
A gift of more than 200 Yiddish cently organized the library's ori-
books, doubling the collection in ginal Yiddish collection.
the Oak Park Library has been
received from Harry and Nina
Michigan has more than 11,000
Block of Ridgedale Ave., Oak inland lakes and more than 36,000
miles of streams.
Block, a book collector all his
life, specializes in Yiddish works.
In the collection are modern clas-
sics by Mendele, Sholem Aleichem,
Peretz, Asch, Singer, Glatstein and
The enlarged collection of Yid-
dish books, now housed in the li-
brary workroom, will be moved
into the reading room when new
BY BERNARD H.
book cases are installed this sum-
Block was helped in selecting,
classifying and arranging the gift
books by Morris Plafkin, who re-
From LONDON, ENGLAND
ZANY G/L04/1 T
and His ORCHESTRA
"Distinctive Styling In Music
to your Individual Taste"
Call UN. 1-3065
Sinai Volunteers to Model Fashions
IT STICKS TO THE
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Volunteers who will model gift shop merchandise at the May 16
noon luncheow.meeting of Sinai Hospital's Women's Guild at Knoll-
Club are (from left) Mesdames Maynard Stone, Robert
Silver, Larrie Globerson, Hedwig Coskey, John Wilson, Morton Her-
man, Norman Feder, Floyd Bornstein, Harry Silverman and Samuel
Moss. Mrs. Richard Freund, not pictured, is coordinator and com-
mentator of the fashion show. Although guild membership has grown
to 5,000, with 500 active volunteers working in over 30 areas of the
hospital. Mrs. Isadore Winkelman, president, stated there is always a
great need for more volunteers. By the end of this summer, more will
be needed to assist in the new Zivian Continued Care Unit for ambu-
latory patients. For information, call the hospital, 272-6000, extension
296. The gift shop, which offers a variety of items to patients., visitors
and hospital personnel, is staffed entirely by volunteers. All profits
are given to Sinai for research. The amount has risen to over $170.000.
A newly decorated surgical waiting area for visitors who have family
in surgery is manned by guild members.
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A leader in Mississippi Civil
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at the Jewish Center.
ances in a civil rights demonstra-
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld of the tion.
Fairmount Temple, Cleveland, will
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