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May 28, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-28

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Mobilize Committees for Annual JNF Dinner;
Morris and Goldie Adler Forest to Be Planted

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Mrs. Berry

Mrs. Hamburger

Mrs. Schauer
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David Silvers Attend JNF Woodland
Planting; Rosenfelds Dedicate Forest

Dr. William Haber and Mrs.
Morris Schaver have been named
honorary chairmen of the annual
Jewish National Fund dinner, set
for June 17 at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek.
The Rabbi Morris and Goldie
Adler Forest will be planted in
Israel with proceeds of the din-
ner. Reservations are now being
taken at the JNF office, 968-0820.
Dinner invitations were in the mail
this week.
Philip Slomovitz, chairman of
this year's dinner, also announced
that Mrs. Samuel Hamburger has
been named a co-chairman of the
event and will serve in that capac-
ity with the other co-chairmen,
Louis Berry, Irwin I. Cohn, Leon-
ard N. Simons and Paul Zucker-
man.

Mrs. Louis Berry has been
named chairman of hostesses for
the dinner.

Mr. and Mrs. David Silver attended a ceremony that marked
the planting of a Jewish National Woodland they financed in
Israel. At the ceremony were, (from left): Rabbi and Mrs. Elimelech
Ittamar, former Detroiters; Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick, Mr. and
Mrs. Silver, Mrs. Gorrelick, Mrs. Yehudit Landau, sister of Mrs.
Silver, who is a teacher in the Holon Schools in Israel; and Gad
'Baler of the world office of the Keren Kayemet (31STF).

Women of J \1F Hold

Officers Installation

The Women of Jewish National
Fund announced its new officers at
an installation luncheon Tuesday
at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
New president of the 1,000-mem-
ber organization is Mrs. Frank
Silverman. She replaces Mrs. Al-

Another ceremony, marking
- the planting of the Anton A.
and Helen Rosenfeld Forest was
a nee-a- iii Israel by Cantor and
s. Rosenfeld. Cantor Rosen-
eld is active in the Jewish
National Fund Council and Mrs.
Rosenfeld has been honored as
the outstanding membership-
enrollee in the Women's Aux-
iliary of the JNF. Last year
she personally enlisted 165
members in the group. The
Rosenfelds inspired the plant-
ing of a forest in Israel by the
United Jewish Social Club of
Detroit in which Michael Barth,
its former president, is playing
an active role. This club's forest
is expected to be planted. in the
Kennedy Establishment near
Jerusalem.

Criterion Club Elects
Betty Weinberg

Betty Weinberg was chosen presi-
dent of Criterion Club at the organi-
zation's annual elections last week.
She succeeds William Fleisher.
Elected with Miss Weinberg
were the following: Bertha Miller,
Pearl Greenstein and Nate Rubin,
vice presidents; Rose Vosk, execu-
tive secretary; Mildred •Madven,
financial secretary; William Fleish-
er, counselor; Philip Shapiro, his-
torian; and Manuel Helfman, Vic-
tor Kron, Lilyan Rosenblatt, Sally
Sidran and Ida Zabel, directors.
The officers will be installed at
a dinner-dance Saturday evening
at Northwood Inn.

Robert St. John, eminent author
whose biography of Israel Foreign
Minister Abba Eban will be pub-
lished late this year, will be the
guest speaker.
Goldie Adler has been named the
recipient of the honor at this year's
dinner in recognition of her many
contributions to efforts in behalf of
Israel's upbuilding.
St. John's role as a Christian
Zionist, as defender of Jewish
rights in many spheres, his author-
ship of numerous books on Jewish
subjects, has elevated him to a
position of authority on Israel,
where he has gathered much of
the data for his biographies of
David Ben-Gurion and Eliezer
Ben-Yehuda, and more recenity on
Abba Eban.

Something to Grow On
for Bar Mitzva Guests

bert Posen, who served as presi-
dent during the past tWo years.
Other new officers include Mes-
dames Charles Friedenberg, vice
president and chairman of the
board; Joseph Greenbaum. treas-
urer; Julius Hackman, recording
secretary; and Mark Rovner, finan-
cial secretary.
Don Frohman and the Music
Study Chorus provided entertain-
ment. Program chairman was
Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, and install-
ing officer was Mrs. Jack Rosen-
thal.

Radomer Aid Group Planning 51st Banquet

Radomer Aid Society will hold
its 51st anniversary banquet, start-
ing with cocktails at 6 p.m., June
6 at the Workmen's Circle Center,
announce President Nathan Wolok
and Vice President Mrs. Reta
Ager.
A seven-course dinner will be
featured, and there will be dancing
and entertainment. Louis Lumberg
and Morris Greenberg are chair-
men. Mrs. Sarah Berman is secre-
tary, and Charles Alfield is treas-
urer. Ben Halpern will be the
master of ceremonies.
For reservations, call Bill or
Bessie Bergman, DI 1-5526. Friends
are invited.

Portraits by

A meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Workmen's Circle Center will
focus on plans for the banquet.

Society

Mr. and Mrs. Juliu; Ring of Mt.
Vernon Ave., Southfield, have re-
turned from a 51/2-week trip to
Israel and England.

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GOOD NEWS FOR
DIET WATCHERS

New developments in Our Diet now enable you
to eat foods not al/owed before.

The Jewish National Fund office
will be closed Sunday and Monday
for Shavuot.

The Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus'
spring concert, featuring Harold
and Evelyn Orbach, will be held
8:15 p.m. June 6 at Oak Park
High School.
Tickets to the concert, at which
Goldfaden's "Rozhinkes Mit Man-
then" and "The Gettysburg Ad-
dress" will be featured, may be
picked up at the box office the
night of the performance.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(Corner 8 Mile & Lahser)

MRS. FRANK SILVERMAN

Orbachs Featured
in Chorus' Concert

24—Friday, May 28, 1971

A Jewish National Fund tree
in every sense of the word pro-
vides this unique note of wel-
come at the Bar Mitzva party
for Filip Lee Schwartz, son of
the Sid Schwartzes of Inkster
Rd., Franklin. Each family guest
at the Raleigh House function
received a certificate for a tree
in Israel planted in their name
by the Schwartzes. The tree cer-
tificates also provided informa-
tion as to table seating for the
recipients. More than 110 trees
were planted by the Schwartzes
in , the names of their guests.

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