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February 19, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, February 19, 1971

`Mediterranean Night' in Plans
of the Sephard is Commun i ty

In more recent years. families
The Sephardic Community of
have settled here from Cuba.
Greater Detroit will present its
Argentina. Algeri a, Morocco,
annual spring fund raising, a
Egypt, Turkey. Israel, Syria,
"Mediterranean Cabaret Night"
Iraq and Iran. There are more
8:30 p.m. March 6 at Cong. Bnai
than 100 families in this area.
Moshe.
The fund-raising committee in-
Music and entertainment will be
provided by "The Rhodians." a cludes Mary Papo, Etta Moss,
Greek-American band. Costumed Sedel Chicorel. Theresa Senor.
dancers will instruct the audience Susan Betsalel, Beverly Benaim,
in Greek dancing, and a catered Flora Sevy, Lillian Kagan, Rita
buffet supper will he served. For Rosensweig, Germaine Lalouf,
reservations and information, call Sylvia Sima, Shirley Behar, Rita
Shirley Gormezano, chairman, LI Romero and Mary Ishakis.

7.5768.

The 54-year-old Sephardic orga-
nization meets regularly for reli-
gious, cultural and social purposes.
Most Sephardic Jews here are

Susan Jotpei' Engaged
to Mr. Michael Jamb

descended from communities dat-
ing back before the Spanish In-
quisition in the 15th Century, and
a number still speak the old Span-
ish, or Ladino. tongue of the Span-
ish Jews. Its first members were
from Smyrna, Turkey, but the com-
munity grew after World War II
with many new arrivals from
Greece and Italy.

Co-Workers Honor Jack Lefton on 70th Birthdciy

Thursday.
The encomia are in recognition
of many years of dedicated labors
for numerous causes and his con-
tinuing role in association with
the most important social services
in Detroit.
Born in Russia, Feb. 25, 1901,

Lefton was brought to Detroit as

an infant 'in 1904. He studied in
the Detroit schools, was graduated
from Central High School and
continued his studies at Wayne
State University. He was married
to the former Celia Meistrich in
1928. They reside at 32500 Colony
11111, Franklin. They have one

Three weeks ago, Lefton was
honored by the Jewish Home
for the Aged board of directors
upon his retirement from its
presidency. He had held numer-
ous posts with the -Home for
Aged.

A past president of the Detroit
Service Group, Lefton is among
the most active men in the com-
munity in Allied Jewish Campaigns
in which he has held many posi-
tions, including pre-campaign
chairmanship.
He is a former vice president of
the Jewish Community Center, a
former vice president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation and serves
on the board of Sinai Hospital.

Spaghetti Dinner with
meatless mushroom
sauce and grated cheese.

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Jospey
of Fairway Hills Dr., Franklin,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Susan Elizabeth to Mich-
ael M. Jacob, son of Mrs. Esther
Jacob of Wakefield Way, South-
field, and the late Mr. David
Jacob.
Miss Jospey is a graduate of the
University of Michigan. where she
was president of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority.
Mr. Jacob is a U. of M. grad-
uate and was a member of Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity. He now at-
tends the Wayne State University
law school.
An August wedding is planned.

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general chairman of the newly
formed National
Women's Divi-
sion of the Anti-
D e famation
League Appeal.
H e r appoint-
ment was an-
nouncedby Sey-
mour Graubard,
national chair-
man of the ADL
of Bnai Brith,
who said Mrs. Mrs. Goldwater .
Goldwater will be responsible for
supervising the fund raising activi-
ties of women supporters of the
league throughout the United States

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Sonnenblick said of Lefton that
he is industrious in his communal
labors, that he showed a deep in-
terest in all that transpired and
visited the Home three or four
times a week and more often if it
became necessary to fulfill duties
in behalf of the important agency.
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Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WJR
Feature: "Letters to the Young
—Readings by Elie Wiesel, a
four-part series of readings by the

famous novelist-essayist. Wies el
will read and discuss "The Wan-
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charismatic teacher, from his book
Mrs. J. Goldwater Heads "Legends of Our _Time."
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An impressive commendation
of Lefton's services to the Home
for the Aged, both as president

MISS SUSAN JOSPEY

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JACK 0. LEFTON
previous capacities, was
expressed by Ira Sonnenblick,
executive director of the Home.
"My co-workers, all of Mr. Lef-
ton's associates on the board,
have felt the impact of his work,
his devotion, his understanding
of our needs," Sonnenblick said.

daughter, Mrs. Norman W. (Syd-
ney) Stern and three grandchil-
dren.
He retired recently as president

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and were honored to have him as
our leader during these many
years of his association with us,"
Sonnenblick said.
Among his many other affilia-
tions, Lefton is associated with
. Franklin Bills Country Club and
Standard City Club.
Last week, Lefton was named
to the board of American Savings
and Loan Association.

Jack 0. Lefton is the recipient
this week of scores of congratu-
latory messages on his 70th birth-
day, which he will observe on

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