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February 20, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-20

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26—Friday, Februciry 20, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pius Center Series to Close Next Week

Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, director of the interreligious affairs
department of the American Jewish Committee, joins Sisters Johnice
Cohan and Elizabeth Fowkes, directors of Detroit's Pius XII Center,
prior to his talk culminating the Judeo-Christian Lecture Series,
8 p.m. Wednesday at Blessed Sacrament Cathedral. Rabbi Tanen-
baum and the two Catholic nuns co-founded the series which has
hosted prominent rabbis in cooperation with the American Jewish
Committee.

Economist Keysering to Help
Ilistadrut Mark Campaign End

The 1970 Histadrut Campaign will cial effort to cover all cards during
end officially with a gathering 8:30 the remaining days of the cam-
p.m. Thursday at Cong. Bnai paign. The Histadrut staff will be
Moshe, at which the featured on hand Thursday evening to ac-
speaker will be Leon H. Keyser- cept pledge cards and cash.
ling, chairman of the Council of
Economic Advisers during the
Truman administration.
Keyserling, an internationally
prominent economist and attorney
as well as former
Morris and Dora Guz of San
consultant to the j uan Dr. are celebrating their 50th
Israel govern- wedding anniversary this month.
ment, serves as
Married in Poland, Mr. and Mrs.
president of the Guz came to Detroit in 1929, and
National Commit- le founded Reliable Paper Stock
tee for Labor Is- Co. They are members of Cong.
rael (Histadrut). Beth Abraham, and Mr. Guz is
His topic will be past president of the Zamastova-
"Israel and the sher Society.
U.S. — Prospects
The couple has three children,
and Policies."
Harold, Mrs. Robert (Essie) Siman
• Keyserling On the same of Southfield, and Mrs. Sidney (El-
program, Histadrut will present len) Wolin of Flint; nine grandchil-
Israeli vocalist Osnat Paz, who will dren and one great-grandchild.
sing Hebrew and Yiddish songs.
She will be accompanied at the
piano by Bella Goldberg, who will Final Curtain Call Set
make her farewell appearance for
the Histadrut Campaign at this for Hart-Kaufman Play
rally. Mrs. Goldberg will take up
Final performances of the Moss
permanent residence in Israel this Hart-George S. Kaufman play
"You
Can't Take It With You" will
summer.
.There is no admission charge, be presented by Center Theater
8:30 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 p.m.
and a social hour will follow.
Sunday at the Aaron DeRoy Thea-
Chairman of the evening will ter of the Jewish Center.
be Ben Harold, co-chairman of
For ticket information, call the
Histadrut's Farband division.
Louis Levine, past president of Center, DI 14200, Ext. 240.
the Pinsker Society, will be in
charge of the Yiddish portion of
Zionists-Revisionists Plan
the program.
Saturday Cocktail Party
Another special feature will be
T h e Zionists-Revisionists of
awarding of two trips to Israel Greater Detroit will give a cock-
sponsored by the American Habo- tail party 9 p.m. Saturday at the
nim Association and the Detroit home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Hay Commission. For information Horowitz, 14001 Elgin, Oak Park.
on this feature, call Mrs. Doris
A guest speaker will discuss cur-
Werner. 353-8646.
rent events in Israel. There will
All Histadrut volunteers have be no admission charge, and re-
been asked by campaign chairman freshments will be served. Friends
Morris Lieberman to make a spe- are invited.

Morris,Dora Guz Mark
50th Annive•Sary

• • •

Onai

IBritIi

. . .
Activ ities

Pisgah Lodge will present a
Jewish music festival in honor of
Jewish Music Month 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Cong. Bnai David. Ad-
mission is free. Guest artists will
be baritone Reuven Frankel, asso-
ciate cantor of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek; Jer ome
Stasson, violinist,
conductor and
teacher; and
Betty Kowal-
ski, pianist,
teacher and ac-
companist. P i s-
gah, the second
Jewish organiza-
tion in Michigan,
was founded in
1857. Its presi-
dent is Dr. Her-
bert Bean, and
program chai r-
man is Meyer
Littky. Vice pres-
ident and chair-
Frankel man for the pro-
gram is Alfred H. Bounin, past
president.
• • •
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER will
hold its election meeting and birth-
day party 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Herbert Feld-
stein, 18710 Jeanette, Southfield.
Luncheon will be served.
• •
TIKVAH CHAPTER will meet
noon Tuesday at Cong. Beth Hillel.
The chapter will elect officers and
honor both new members and those
who have been members of Bnai
Brith for 18 years. Luncheon will
be served. Friends are invited.

A contribution of $10 a week to
UJA will provide one year's nur-
sery day-school care for the child
of a working mother in Israel.

FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

SAM EMMER

And His

Orchestra

358-0938

MR., MRS. MORRIS GUREVITCH

A trip to Israel was presented to
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gurevitch of
Montmartre Ct., Oak Park, as a
50th wedding anniversary present
from their children.
They celebrated at Bnai David
Synagogue, where the Guerevitches
have been members for many
years.
Residents of the Detroit area for
55 years, the couple has a son,
Leonard Gurwin; daughter, Mrs.
Rolf (Lillian) Manko; and five
grandchildren. Mr. Gurevitch has
been associated with United Dair-
ies, Inc., for 41 years and has been
in the Labor Zionist movement for
many years.

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MISS LINDA RUBIN

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rubin of
Breitmeyer Pl., Mount Clemens,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Linda Rose to Michael
Paul Bolton, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Bolton of Detroit.
Miss Rubin was graduated from
the University of Michigan, receiv-
ing her BA degree in sociology,
and now is attending U. of M.
graduate school of social work. She
is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority. Her fiance is attending
the U. of M. law school after re-
ceiving his BA degree from Michi-
gan State University. He is a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
A May wedding is planned.

Pioneer Women Found
Arab Women's Club

The Jewish Women's European Welfare Organization recently
voted to contribute $3,000 toward the cost of a room in one of ilLsta-
drut's Kupat Holim clinics. Present at the official ceremony, during
which a check is turned over to the Detroit Israel Histadrut Campaign
are (from left) Alfred Michaels, executive director, Detroit Histadrut
Campaign; Morris Lieberman, campaign chairman; Mrs. Jack Seder,
president of Jewish Women's European Welfare Organization; Mrs.
Mollie Baseman, vice president; Mrs. Sadie Haut, treasurer; Mrs. Ida
Tubberif abd Mrs. Rose Zuckerman.

Mr. and Mrs. Gurevitch
Honored on Golden Date

The first Arab Women's Club
for the Golan Heights area of
Israel has been organized by
Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Nuzhat Katsab, director
of the Arab women's section of
Pioneer Women in Israel, an-
nounced the opening of a club to
serve the Druze village of Kafr
Heights. The new facilities for
the Golden Druze are the 29th
in the network of clubs for Arab
and Druze women operated by
Pioneer Women.
The club at Kafr Bukata im-
mediately started out with an
enrollment of 31 women, 17 years
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