THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEWS
28—Friday, November 7,
Servicemen Remembered by JWV
• We can really respect• a man
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Representatives of all Jewish War Veterans posts and auxiliaries
join in the project of "Packages to Vietnam Servicemen" under the
auspices of the Department of Michigan. Some 250 packages were sent
out to men and women of all faiths. Ann Rugin is chairman of the
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP
TER will present Rabbi Sherwin
Wine 9 p.m. Thursday at the Oak
Park Community Center. He will
speak on "The Future of Israel."
Friends are invited, and refresh-
ments will be served.
• • •
GALILEE CHAPTER will pre- •
sent Dr. Haim Ginott, author and
lecturer, 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Mercy College auditorium. Tickets
may be purchased by calling Mrs.
Mark Klinger, 476 - 4580, or Mrs.
Murray Slomovitz, 533-6252; or at
the door. Friends are invited.
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Aids Teens in Small Town
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MOVING TO SOUTHFIELD
MISS BARBARA HIRSCHBERG
... for ALL occasions!
At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith and Mrs. Daniel S. Hirschberg of
Vocational Service has introduced Sorrento Ave. announced the en-
testing and counseling services gagement of their daughter Bar-
for Jewish teen-agers in medium- ' bara Ann to Warren Mendelson,
/RN "With Sympathy"
to-small communities where such son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mendel-
guidance facilities do not exist.
son of Cloverlawn Ave.. Oak Park.
BBVS specialists are traveling
Miss .Hirschberg and her fiance
up to 1.000 miles from their met-
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN ropolitan regional bases to'arrange a student at Wayne State Univer-
sity, plan to marry March 15.
Michigan's Jewish War Veterans AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m. counseling sessions in synagogues.
observance of Veterans' Day be- Monday at the home of Mrs. community centers and libraries.
They meet with Jewish high
gins 9:15 a.m. Sunday, when a Martha Hauptman, 29450 Sharon
school students for group and by Bialistoker-Brisker
contingent of JWV members, com- Ln. Southfield. A business meet-
individual counseling on college
plete with colors, will leave from ing will be followed by a showing
The Bialistoker and Brisker Aid
its headquarters to participate in of gift items that can be purchas- and career choices, study habits, Society will hold their annual ban-
military obligations, financial
Remembrance Day with the Bal- ed for .Hanuka gifts.
3205 W ',NICHOLS RD .
8 p.m. Nov. 16 at Cong. Beth
and scholarship aids and apti-
four Post of the RoYal Canadian
Legion in Windsor. Members_ are JWV Commander Regrets
Since initiation of the program
requested to wear caps. Luncheon
this year. BBVS has assisted 2,000
will be served at the synagogue
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Bernard youths in a dozen such cities as
following the parade.
Special services will be held 7 B. Direnfeld, national comman- Fargo, N.D., Haverhill, Mass., and
p.m. Sunday at Woodward Avenue der of the Jewish War Veterans Savannah. Ga. As few as a half-
Baptist Church in conjunction with expressed dismay at President dozen in a small hamlet to a group
Richard M. Nixon's calling the of 600 in Winnipeg, have partici-
the Allied Veterans Council and
Cold War GI Bill pated in the program.
Parade Committee. Members are H.R. 11959 both
requested to wear caps. Free
parking and police supervision will inflationary" and implying he Truman Library Houses
would be forced to veto the meas-
EASTLAND CENTER 6513 WOODWARD '8 4 i EvAoa
History of Bnai Brith
ure if it reached his desk.
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A memorial service and flag
"The Jewish War Veterans,"
INDEPENDENCE. NI°. — A
raising will kickoff the South-
Security Charge • Michigan Bankard & Diners Cards Honored
said Commander Direnfeld, "urges published history of Bnai Brith
field Veterans memorial cam-
the President to give further con- has been placed in the Harry S.
paign 8 p.m. Monday at the
sideration to this bill which would Truman Library here.
Southfield Civic Center. JWV
substantially raise the too-low
Truman wrote author Edward
delegates for this event are Past
educational benefits extended to E. Grusd that a copy of "Bnai
Department Commander Ber-
Brith: a Story of a Covenant."
nard Hoffman and Sidney Lantz.
which Grusd had inscribed to the
At 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, the JWV
former President, has become a
contingent will assemble at its
part of the memorial exhibits.
headquarters and board buses pro-
A segment of the book relates
vided by the Shapiro Post, which
Bnai Brith's efforts — through
is now taking enrollments
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA PHAR-
will take the group to Woodward
a personal appeal by the late
for the 1969-70 school year
and the Fisher Expressway_ where MACY FRATERNITY, Detroit
JWV to Participate
in Veterans' Day-
COVERS IT ... IN STYLE
Bloomfield Nursery School
the Detroit veterans parade will
begin. A hospitality hour for par-
ticipants will be provided by the
Shapiro Auxiliary after the parade
at JWV headquarters. Members
are requested to wear caps, and
cars will be provided for those
unable to march in the parade.
Senior Vice Commander Arnold
Grossman is in charge of this
to Meet in Flint
Alunini Chapter will hold a dinner
meeting 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Boar's Head Inn, Dearborn. Louis
Sesti, executive director of the
Michigan State Pharmaceutical
Association, will be guest speaker.
LUBAVITCHER MEN'S CLUB
will meet 8 p.m. Thursday at Lu-
bavitcher Center to hear Dr.
Michael Rosenfeld speak on physi-
cal fitness. The program will in-
clude demonstrations and color
slides. Refreshments will be served
and friends are invited.
Truman later acknowledged
that Dr. Weizmann's persuasive-
ness in pleading for the establish-
ment of a Jewish state was a
major factor in his prompt recog-
nition of Israel's statehood two
Mrs. Dorothy Goldberg, presi-
Member for Each Year
dent of the Department of Mich- Men's Clubs of Region
WASHINGTON — A Montreal
igan Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War to Hold Parley in Windsor
man found a practical way to help
Veterans. announces that the de-
Great Lakes Region of the Bnai Brith celebrate its 125th an-
partment will hold its annual I
National Federation of Jewish
meeting in Flint Thursday eve- 1 Men's Clubs will hold its fall con- niversary. Nat Koby enrolled one
new member for each Bnai Brith
ference in Windsor Nov. 15-16,
Chartered buses will pick up with the theme of "The Men's year to become the organization's
members at 7:30 p.m. following Club in the Total Synagogue Pic- leading membership recruiter in
dinner at Greenfield's Restaurant,
I His achievement earned him a
Eight Mile and Greenfield.
Rabbi Milton M. Arm of Cong. 10-day visit to Israel next March.
Flint Auxiliary has planned
Beth Achim will be conference
Sam J. Stone, chairman of Bnai
speaker. Men's Clubs from Mich- Brith's national membership cab-
The department and its auxili- igan, Ohio and Ontario will be rep-
inet, reported 26,632 new members
aries recently made a presentation resented. Murray E. Moss of Flint were enrolled during the past year.
of toys and equipment to mentally
retarded children at a special
For registration and details, call
nursery school, according to Mrs. the conference chairman, Carl R. Music Chair at Brandeis
WALTHAM. Mass.—An academic
Goldberg and child welfare chair- I.ichtenstein, 537-3094,
chair in music has been establish-
man Mrs. Pauline Weintraub.
at Brandeis University through
The presentation of large rub-
ber balls. puzzles, games, bags of Israeli Golden Agers Buy a bequest from the estate of the
blocks and a record player was TV Set for Boys at Front late Boston attorney George Fine.
The chair is named in honor of
KFAR SIIMARYAHU, Israel
part of a national ladies aux-
Residents and tourists at the Neve his son, the late composer Irving
iliary project, "Tons of Toys."
Aviv Club, a retirement resort, Fine, for 12 years professor of
music at Brandeis and chairman
Between 1950 and 1965, accord- presented a television set to sol-
in a front line unit of the of the university's creative arts
ing to the American Diabetes
Association, the prevalence of dia- Israel Defense Forces.
Prof. Arthur Berger, a writer,
Part of the 5600 fund was col-
betes in the United States in-
composer and close friend of Ir-
creased 95 percent. It now
ving Fine, has been named first
OS the eighth leading cause of exhibition and sale of handicrafts
incumbent of the chair.
work by Neve Aviv residents.
death by disease.
Eddie Jacobson, an old friend
and former business associate
of Truman's — in setting up
an unpublicized White House
meeting in March 1948 between
the President and Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, who was to become
the first president of Israel.
.Gary B. Moss M.A., B.S.
Shelly Moss B.S.
Ages 3 through 5
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