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October 17, 1969 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 17, 1969-29

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311 -. Simonson From last

MISS ELAINE BACOW

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell L. Bacow
of Birch Harbor Lane, W. Bloom-
field Twp., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Elaine
Joane to Beryl David Simonson,

son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sim-
onson of Cynwyd, Pa. -
Miss Bacow is a junior at Michi-

gan State University, where she is
affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority. Iler fiance, who also at-

tends MStf, is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
The couple plans to marry in
June.

Nationally Prominent Leaders to Address
American Jewish Committee Sessions Here

John W. Gardner, chairman of
the Urban Coalition; Yitzhak Ra-
bin, ambassador of Israel to the
United State s:
Mitchell I. Gins-
burg, head of the
human resources
administration of
the city of New
York; and Dem-
ocratic Congress-
man John Bra-
demas of Indiana
are among the
major figures
due to participate Fisher
in the national executive board
meeting of the American Jewish
Committee to be held here Fri-
day, through Oct. 26, at the Pont-
chartrain Hotel.
Max Fisher, chairman of the
AJC executive board, will preside
at the dinner-meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 25 at Cobo Hall,
where Gardner will make the
major address responding to the
receipt of the American Liberties
Medallion, the highest AJC honor.
Irving M. Engel, honorary AJC
president, will make the presenta-
tion.
Sharing the platform with Gard-
ner will be the new president of
American Jewish Committee,

Thursday, preceding the NEB
meeting. Lewis Grossman, presi-
dent for the last two years of the
Detroit AJC chapter, is the first
chairman of the Midwest advisory
France and Italy.
The national executive hoard council.
of American Jewish Committee is
President-elect Walter Shapero
the principle governing board and will take over local Detroit AJC
sets basic policy on programs and duties after the NEB meeting.
institutional activities. Each fall it
meets in major American cities
other than New York which is the
AJC headquarters and scene of
its annual spring meeting.
Close to 500 AJC leaders will
attend this NEB meeting.
The inaugural meeting of the
newly formed American Jewish
Maurice & Irene Batchko
Committee Midwest regional ad-
visory board will take place

Philip E. Hoffman, who will make
the presidential address. lie will
report on a current AJC mission
that has been visiting Israel,

Con ter Svmphony Audience, Leaders
Greet Chafes on 30th Anniversary

concert; Annette Chajes and Can-
tor Harold Orbach.
corn mcnement of the 30th anniver-
Many distinguished guests at-
sary year of the Center Symphony tended the function and joined in
orchestra directed by Julius greeting Chajes.

An impressive concert, Tuesday.
at the .Jewish Center, marked the

Cha jes.
Greeting Chajes on the occasion
and commending him for his 30
years of labor here to advance the
Miller,
noisiest art. Milton .1.
An "Israel Night" will be spon-
speaking for the Center officers,
expressed the community's appre- sored by the Michigan Chapter of
ciation to the distinguished pianist, the American Israeli Numismatic'
Association and the Jewish Cen-
composer and orchestra director.
The program featured six coin- ter at 8:15 p.m. Oct. 28 at the
positiOns by Chajes. Appearing as Center.
The program is a first for the
soloists at the all-Chajes program

Israeli Coins Focus
of Center Program

INS of Michigan since its inau-
guration in July. Two Michigan
residents, Ben Stocker and C. Hos-
kins• will receive medals for their
-
-
-
consistent interest in Israeli nu-
mismatics and coins in general.
The medals are the first of a new
issue by El Al.
Another part of the program is
a display in the Center lobby of
Israeli coins in the collection of
Irving Moscovitz.
The formal part of the pro-
Harry Pliskow was elected presi - gram includes an introduction
by Sidney H. Bluestone, chair-
dent of the Hannah Schloss Old
Timers at the annual meeting man of the association, and a
held at the .Jewish Center Wednes- welcome by Ephraim Levy, di-
rector of the government of
day evening. lie succeeds Harry
Israel's Coins and Metals De-
Madison.
Barney Barnett and Samuel G. partment.
Bank were elected vice presidents; , Morris Bram, president of the
Ben Krell. treasurer: and Dr. Ar - national AINA, will discuss Israel,
its medals and coins: and a film
thur A. Gilbert. secretary.
Madison outlined the group's ac - about. Israel will be shown. Ruthic
complishments during his two years Gil will sing Israeli songs, and
in the presidency and told of a Israeli - style refreshments will be

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INFORMATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED

As to the identity of individual who took the
original Saul Raskin painting from the Shopping
Center Market.

PARTY WILL NOT BE PROSECUTED, NOR
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were Paul Olefsky. noted cellist
on his return visit here for this
who was given a rousing welcome

Hannah Schloss
Old Timers
Elect Pliskow

number of events planned for the served.
The Israel Night is open to the
coming year.

Young Adults Offer

community. For information, call
the Jewish Center, DI 1-4200.

Class
Candidates to Debate
Richard Austin and Roman
The Young Adults at the Jewish
Center. a coed group age 18-27. Gribbs. Detroit's mayoral candi-
J ew i s h Ce nter
is reinstituting an Israeli dance dates, will be at the
drop-in class. to be held at 8:45 at 8 p.m. Monday to participate in
p.m. Wednesdays in the main a forum on the current issues of
building, simultaneous with the the campaign.
Sponsors of the forum include
weekly Young Adult Lounge.
An experienced teacher will be the Center's Single Adults Group,
available. but young adults need the Young Adults and Parents
not lie experienced to participate. Without Partners. The forum is
There is no admission charge. open to the public without charge.
Hallm‘cen will be the theme of
Chief Rabbi DR. IMMANUEL
the lounge night at 8:30 p.m. Oct.
Included will be light refresh - JAKOBOVITS of the British Com-
and dancing. There monwealth will he among the fea-

Dance Drop-1n

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c om
mot,
of
Congregations
Jewish
F. , further information. contact dox
v c rliin of the group services America, at the Ambassador Hotel,
'
Chicago,
Nov.
27-30.
do k i om DI. 1--t2o0.

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