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April 24, 1970 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-24

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Bale Auxiliary to Auction Art for a Cause

MEN'S CLUBS

BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB
will hold its third annual family
dinner 4-8 p.m. May 3 at the so-
cial hall. For tickets to the koshes
chicken dinner, call Bud Manson,
KE 1-3760; Gloria Stasofsky, KE
4-5235; or the synagogue office,
KE 5-4434. Election of officers
will be held 8:30 p.m. May 6 in
the social hall.

Officers to Be Installed
at Shaarey Zedek Dance

With art gallery ownerT'red Grossman are these hostesses for
the art auction to be held by Bale Auxiliary of the Jewish War Vet-
erans 8:30 p.m. May 2 at Southfield Civic Center Auditorium: (from
left) Anna Nedelman, Marcia Weinbaum, Esther Ginslpirg, Elaine
Siegler and Pearl Jaffee. Proceeds go to the cystic fibrosis' children's
camp. A refreshment preview starts at 7 p.m. The community is in-
vited. There will be prizes.

JWV

- -
1Worl- unen's Circle
Plans 3rd Seder

The Workmen's Circle of Detroit
will hold its annual third seder
5:30 p.m. Sunday at the Work-
men'sCircle Educational Center.
I A program in Yiddish and Eng-
lish will be presented under the ,
direction of Mordecai Teiler with
the alumni of the combined He-
bre•-Yiddish cultural schools and
I Workmen's Circle membersipar-
ticipa ting.
I A full-course Passover dinner
will be served. For reservations,
Past National Commander Ben call Workmen's Circle, KE. 7-5400.
Chasin, assistant executive director
of the Jewish War Veterans of N.Y. Jewish Agencies
the U.S.A., will be guest of the
Department of Michigan May 23. Air Wa ge Dispute
Chasin will speak at the council of
NEW YORK (JTA) — Member
administration meeting that night agencies of the Federation of Jew-
at JWV headquarters.
ish Philanthropies are in the 11th
4'
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week of negotiations on a new
The Department of Michigan is contract with Local 1707, the
accepting reservataions at 255-4743 Community and Social Agency Em-
for its 30th anniversary convention ployes Union.
The union seeks a $100 weekly
at the Roostertail, June 13-14. A
banquet honoring outgoing Com- minimum wage, compared with a
mander Howard Waterstone will current S55 weekly minimum.
The Federation has offered S80.
be on June 13. Convention chair-
The union represents 1,500 to
men Jack Berman and Eleanor
2.000
personnel at seven family
Silk announced that Israel Consul
Shaul Ramati will be a guest care agencie's nine Ys and 12
other
group
work agencies.
speaker. Keynote speaker for the
convention is National Command-
A union spokesman said that
er Bernard Direnfeld.
talks had been stalemated since
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4,
Feb. 1, the date for a wage
clause re-opening in the current
BALE POST will hold a dinner-
three-year contract which ex-
meeting 6:30 p.m. May 5 at JWV
pires next February.
headquarters. There will be enter-
tainment, nomination of officers
Sanford Solender, federation ex-
and games. Prespective members ecutive vice-president, said in a
are invited. Reservaations are now statement that the agencies were
being accepted for the 14th annual "independent" operations and that
Bale Post golf outing at Shenan- the federationwas not involved in
doah Golf and Country Club June the wage dispute.
A union spokesman said that the
9. For registrataion and reserva-
tion informataion, call JWV, 255- agencies were funded by the fed-
4743. The public is invited. A ban- eration.
A demonstration was staged this
quet, prizes and entertainment will
week in front of the federation's
be included.
Manhattan headquarters.
The seven family care agencies
SOL YETZ - MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY will meet involved are the Jewish Board of
8:30 p.m. May 4 at the Jewish Guardians, the Jewish Association
War Veterans headquarters. The for Services for the Aged, the
post will act as hosts and serve Jewish Child Care Association, the
refreshments after the meeting. Jewish Family Service, the Jewish
Comm. Harry Hoffman and Pres- Community Services of Long
ident Ruth Benach announce that Island, Louis Wise Services and
Altro Rehabilitation Services. The
second nominations and election
will be held Chairman Ann Rubin group care agencies include the
92nd Street Y, the Educational Al-
announces that the annual Pass-
liance and the Bronx House.
over seder will be held at the
Battle Creek Veterans Hospital on
Sunday in cooperation with Rabbi Local Centers Cooperate
Levenberg, chaplain. To assist, in Israel Summer Trips
call Mrs. Rubin, KE 5-4031.
NEW YORK — Among the 2,500
• • •
American and Canadian college
BALE AUXILIARY will hold its and high , school
will
students who
wi
mothers-daughters dinner May 7 spend the summer in Israel on
at Alvaro's Restaurant. For reser- programs of the American Zionist
vataions, call Paula Benson, LI Youth Foundation there will be
8-2292.
over 200 organized through Jew-
ish centers throughout the coun-
Michigan has a larger variety try.
of commercial tree species than
There has been a steady growth
any other state, and its forest pro- of such organized groups from
duct industries contribute almost Jewish centers in a program ini-
one billion dollars annually to the tiated in cooperation with the Na-
Michigan economy.
tional Jewish Welfare Board.

Mrs. Dorothy Goldberg, president
of the Department of Michigan
Auxiliary anuonces that a meeting
will be held 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the 8 Mile Rd. office. Mrs. Gold-
berg, who has just returned from
Israel, will give a report on the Tel
Hashomer Hospital, one of the
hospitals to which JWV contrib-
utes. Slides on Israel also will be
shown. Refreshments will also be
served.. Everyone is invited.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 24, 1970-24

Drinks and hors d'oeuvres, a
midnight supper, dancing and
entertainment will be featured
May 23 at the Shaarey Zedek's
Men's Club spring supper dance
9 p.m. at the synagogue. •
The group's annual installation
of officers will take place. Enter-
tainment will be provided by
comedian Billy Fraye and the con-
gregation's men's club-sisterhood
choral group. Dancing will be to
Eddie Berg's Orchestra.
Rabbi Irwin Groner will install
the officers, and Associate Cantor
Reuven Frankel will conduct the
choral group.
For tickets and information, call
Iry Laker, 361-3000 or 358-5338.

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Bnai Aloshe Club Sets
Mothers' Breakfast

Bnai Moshe Men's Club and Tal-
lis and Tephillin Club will spon-
sor a community breakfast on
Mother's Day, play 10. The com-
munity is invited. There will be
entertainment and prizes. For tic-
kets call Chairman Sidney Burk,
5454482, or the Bnai Moshe office,
LI 8-9000.

The world's largest limestone
quarry is located at Rogers City.

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Sault Ste. Marie, established in
1668, is the oldest town between
the Alleghenies and the Rockies.

AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU
TFEAL ASSOCIATION with its
Ladies Auxiliary will hold a vic-
tory dinner 7:30 p.m. May 6 at the
Livonia Penthouse. For reserva-
tions, call Michael Wainer, 3584783,
or Sarah Smith, GR 4-3855.

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Shalom Achim Fraternity
Calls for New Members

FROM THE
IMPORTER

SHALOM ACHIM FRATERNITY
is inviting new members to join the
social group. For information call
Harold Zeiger, president, 863-8379,
or Wally Rosenblum, vice presi-
dent, 342-4970.

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Iran Will Decline Use
of Israel's Oil Pipeline

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
• OF FINE DIAMONDS

PARIS (ZINS)—According to a
press report appearing in "Le-
blonde," the government of Iran
has declined to use the new Eilat-
Ashkelon pipeline facilities for the ,
transport. of Persian oil to Eastern
European ports. The dispatch at-
tributes this reluctance by Iran as
a symptom of Iran's desire to im-
prove Iranian-Arab relationships.
There is also little prospect. says
"Lehlonde," that the new facilities
will be used by any Eastern Euro-
pean country for fear of invoking
the displeasure of Moscow. Objec-
tions to the use of Israel's facili-
ties were also made by interna-
tional oil combines operating in
Iran, presumably for the same
political considerations.

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