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May 09, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, May 9, 1969

Mail Will Go Through — but an Hour Earlier

In response to inquiries the De-
troit Post Office has received
since the rest of the nation went
on Daylight Savings Time last
week, Postmaster Edward L. Bak-
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER er issued a statement explaining
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the the possible effect the present time
Workmen's Circle Center. Guest difference will have on local mail
speaker will be Hy Pritz. An early considerations.
bird prize will be given. Refresh-
The postmaster said any mail
ments will be served.
originating in the Detroit area for
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will hold a co-ed Easy-on-the-Heart:
meeting 8:30 p.m. May 20 at the Class for Heart Patients
Oak Park Community Center.
A free two-hour class for per-
Jewish humorist Mrs. Evelyn sons whose physical reserve has
Cohen will be featured. Paid-up
been lowered by a heart ailment
members and escorts are invited. will be held at 1:30 p.m., Monday,
Dues will be accepted at the door. in Conference Room C, Northwest
For information, call Rose Altman,
Unit of Grace Hospital, 18700 Mey-
KE 4-7284.
ers, it was announced today by the

Bnai Brith
Activities

Officers to Guide Bnai Brith Women

At the recent Bnai Brith Metropolitan Women's Council installa-
tion, new officers posed with their new president, Mrs. Allen Weitz-
man (front center). They are (from left) Mesdames Michael Docks,
corresponding secretary; Joseph Rodman, second vice president;
Maynard Kalief, financial secretary; Irving Isaacs, president-elect;
Gordon Fruitman, junior past president; Philip Rubinoff, recording
secretary; Andrew Berger, third vice president; Ira Albion, fourth
vice president; and Miss Selma Cohen, treasurer.

&tat Brith 'Cover' Spreen Will Give , LOUIS STONE CHAPTER will
meet 8 p.m. May 21 at the home
Closing Lecture
Honors Aged
of Mrs. Herman Goldenberg, 16915

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in Relations Series

Detroit Police Commissioner Jo-
hannes F. Spreen will deliver the
concluding lecture of the Sm.. i
Brith "Adventures in Human Re-
lations Lecture Series" 8:30 p.m.
May 19 in Shiffman Hall, Jewish
Center.
Spreen, appointed commissioner
by Mayor Cavanagh in July 1968.
began his police career as a pat-
rolman in the New York Police De.
partment. He rose through the
ranks and after 25 years was corn
mafiding officer of the bureau of
- operations.
He has taught classes in police
personnel administration and has
had a number of articles published
in police publications.
The lecture series is sponsored
by the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, in conjunction with the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith. The community is invited at
a nominal admission charge.

A Bnai Brith first-day cover of
the newly issued Giladma Moses
stamp is part of Senior Citizens
Month, celebrated in May. In a
ceremony at the post office de-
partment, Abe Cramer (right)
of Pottsville, Pa., chairman of
Bnai Brith's senior citizens hous-
ing committee, presents Deputy
Postmaster-General E. T. Klas-
sen with a copy of the cover,
which describes the organiza-
tion's nationwide program to con-
struct low - cost, nonsectarian
housing projects for persons 62
years and older living on limited
incomes.

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Milton J. Nieuwsma, 21251 Mahon,
Southfield, has been appointed pub-
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president, an-
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Mrs. Weiner was just re-elected
president of the NCJW and has
been active in community affairs
in Detroit for more than 30 years.
She has served as vice president
of the United Community Services
and is a past president of the
Women's Division of the Jewish '
Welfare Federation of Detroit.
She is a summa cum laude grad-
uate of the University of Michigan
and a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Crystal

The postmaster said the post
office has geared its operations to
assure processing of as much mail
as possible for dispatch on the ear-
lier departing planes and trains.
He pointed out, however, that be-
yond that there was little the local
office could do,- without coopera-
tion from the mailers in deposit-
ing, particularly their first-class
and air mail, somewhat earlier in
the day.

° ART LIGHTS

The other two award winners
are Samuel J. Tesauro, represent-
ing the Catholic faith, and Lincoln
Detroit Socialites will hold its M. Alexander of Hamilton, Ont.,
"May Dance" 9 p.m. Saturday at for the Protestant faith.

Berkley Masonic Temple. Dance
music will be by the G a G Or-
chestra, and there will be social
mixers and refreshments. The pub-
lic is invited. For information, call
Hilda Wister, 547.8107.

However, mail originating in
Detroit for delivery in other
states in most instances will have
to be dispatched from the De-
troit Post Office an hour ear-
lier under the present condi-
tions.

Michigan Heart Association.
The "Pattern for Living" class
will teach men and women easy- Habonim Alumni Reunion
on-the-heart techniques to do work
George Washington, Southfield.
Alumni of Habonim will hold a
including reaching, lifting,
Lawrence Wember of the Oak climbing, and using tools. These reunion 8:30 p.m. May 24 at the
Park Library, will review "Heaven save time and effort and can be Labor Zionist Institute.
Help Us," a novel by Herbert used either in the home or on the
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Tarr. Husbands are invited. Re- job.
freshments will be served.
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be adversely affected, nor will any
mail coming into Detroit from
other states.

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