THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS
30—Friday, July 16, 1971
James Dania to Take
•Bride; Rena", Weiner
Histadrut Dinner to Fete Machinist- Union Chief
Marsha Klein Bride
of Andrew Semmel
This Week's Radio and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "The High Price of
Poverty" concludes with an ex-
ploration of the question, "What
can be done?" Evelyn Linden, hos-
tess, will speak with a group of
ADC recipients, members of the
West Side Mothers Organization,
as well as Robert Handley of New
Detroit Committee, Inc.; Alan W.
Houseman, director, Michigan Le-
gal Assistance Program; Prof.
Richard Simmons Jr., acting di-
rector, Wayne State University
MRS. ANDREW SEMMEL
Center for Urban Studies; Juanita
Lee Klein recently be-
Walker, manpower consultant, Of-
fice of Manpower Planning of the came the bride of Andrew Kermit
MISS RENAY WEINER
Department of Labor; and Cloth- Semmel of Lehighton, Pa., in a
Mrs. Abe J. Weiner of Hickory ilde Gallagher, welfare recipient. ceremony at Stouffer's Northland
Ln., Franklin, announces the en-
Inn. Rabbi M. Robert Syme of-
gagement of her daughter Renay
to James H. Danto, son of Mr.
The bride is the daughter of
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
and Mrs. Marvin Danto of Brook-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Klein
dale Ave., Bloomfield Hills.
Feature: "The Sabbath as a of Valley Brook Rd., Birmingham.
The bride-elect, daughter of the Democratic Institution: II" will be
Following a summer in Ann
late Mr. Weiner, is a senior at discussed by Mark Van Doren Arbor, the couple will reside in
the University of Michigan. Her and Maurice Samuel in this fifth Cincinnati.
fiance received his masters de- in a series of dialogues on democ-
gree in engineering from the Uni- racy and the Bible.
versity of Michigan.
A November wedding is planned.
HEAR OUR. VOICE
SAN FRANCISCO — G e o r g
Meany, president of the AFL-CIO;
Louis Stulberg, president of the
International La die s' Garment
Workers' Union; and Leon H.
Keyserling, president of the Na-
tional Committee for Labor Is-
rael, will head the roster of per-
sonalities participating in the 1971
Histadrut Humanitarian A w a r d
dinner at the Fairmount Hotel
here Aug. 8.
Recipient of the award, highest
honor bestowed upon American
friends of the Israel labor move-
ment, will be Floyd E. Smith,
president of the powerful Interna-
tional Association of Machinists
and Aerospace Workers.
The $50 per plate affair will
benefit a new cultural center at
Kibutz Netzer Sereni. The machin-
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
ist and aerospace union has: ong
been associated with Histadrut and
has sponsored a number of im-
portant projects in Israel.
A vow is a horrible thing, it is a
snare for sin.—Samuel Johnson.
Our New Location
res. Gr 6-1965
Wholesale Diamonds & Jewelry
suite 364 Advance Bldg.
23077 Greenfield at 9 mile
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Hans Frank's Auto
Acquired by War
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
One hundred and fifty volunteers
at Recording for the Blind, a
Feature: Recordings by "The
Torch Drive service, recorded 181
books, covering 65,000 pages, for Magnificent Yossele Rosenblatt"
The latest addition to Stanley
continues, with host Cantor Harold Bozich's War Crimes Museum in
visually handicapped students.
Orbach providing commentary.
Keatington Antique Village is the
1939 Mercedes-Benz limousine
bought by Adolph Hitler for one
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
of his henchmen, Hans Frank,
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7)
governor-general of Poland.
Feature: Phil Blazer's weekly
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Bozich said bullet holes in the
nationally syndicated program pro- four-door convertible have been
vides a contemporary outlet for a patched up. He acquired the
potpourri of Jewish culture, humor vehicle from a Grand Rapids man
music and literature.
who had bought the car in West
Berlin 16 years ago and kept it
TUES. & WED.
in a. barn for several years. He
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
agred to sell it to Bozich if he
would display it in his museum.
Feature: Hal Youngblood, with
Bozich has letters verifying the
COMPLETE WITH SET
religious and moral figures, hosts car's authenticity.
the weekly program whose prem-
The museum, which includes
ise is to place religion and man in paraphernalia, photographs and
other reminders of the Hitler era,
HAIRCUT & SET
is designed to teach a bitter lesson,
and Bozich has strong words
Town and Country
against extremism when museum
to Set Sail Saturday
visitors are taken on a tour.
The museum is located at 2369
The Town and Country Club is
29505 Northwestern Hwy.
having its annual "Nautical T and Joslyn, Orion Township, amid the
C Cruise at the club Saturday antique shops and specialty stores
1 /2 Mile N. of 12 Mile Rd.
evening for members, guests and of Antique Village. Hours are 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Satur-
The motif of the party will be day and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. For
Thomas J. Hatch
nautical, and dress is casual. information, call 391-0404.
Music is by Frankie Paul and his
Israel Army Gets 'Hip:
air Oesig a
Girl Soldiers in Minis
rWZ PURE BEEF
Army, no slave to fashion, has
finally relented. Girl soldiers now
are allowed to wear mini-skirts if
they choose to.
The new regulations say that
the skirts may be five inches
above the knees. Previously, mem-
bers of Israel's women's army
corps could wear skirts only one
inch above the knees. Another
new army regulation permits girl
soldiers to wear their hair long
provided it is fastened with a
clip of the same color as the hair.
Including sportsweae; 'dresses, pant:svits, raincoats
Honored by the JNF
Koshruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady Moshgichim
U. S. Gov't Inspected
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MODIM — The central event of
the gathering of the leaders of the
World Maccabi Sports Federation
was held recently at the Maccabi
Forest at Modim in the Northern
The gathering was attended by
federation leaders from throughogt
the world to commemorate lethe ,50th
anniversary of the international
Jewish sports organization.
10 1 /2 Mile at Greenfield