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August 06, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-06

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32—Friday, August 6, 1971


Detroit Service Group Stag Day
to Be Said in' Jerusalem to Mark End of Successful Drive



activities in Society

Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid Society, at a special meeting July 29,
raised $1,000 for the Israel Emergency Fund—a sum promptly doubled
by trustee member Alex Begun to give a total $2,000 for the drive.
The evening was sponsored by Abe Applebaum, hospitaler chairman,
who served supper for the membership in honor of the recent marriage
of his grandaughter, Janice Linderman, to Michael Katz. Isaac Gruskin
was the evening's- master of ceremonies and Joseph Siegal sang
the appeal "Zehar." President Jacob Gubow said contributions are
Still -being sought, and will continue to be matched by Begun.
Ten-year-old Marsha Lusky and her cousin, Martin Brown, 12,
recently raised $56.72 for Red Mogen Dovid of Israel. The duo staged
a fund-raising carnival at the home of Marsha's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Lusky of Gardner Ave.; Oak Park. Martin is the son of Mr.
- -and - Mrs. Fred Brown of Maryland Ave., Southfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abrahams of Evergreen Ave. celebrated
their 56th wedding anniversary recently at a poolside party given
at the home of their son, Mr. Raymond Abrahams. The party was
attended by the Abrahams' two daughters, 10 grandchildren, five great-
grandchildren and many of their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Hertz of
At a recent party given by their children, • Dr. Myron Singer, Ilene Dante Ave., Oak Park, announce
Singer and Mr. and Mrs. Martin L; Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard the engagement of their daugh-
Singer of Harding Ave., Oak Park, celebrated their 40th anniversary. ter Debbie to Joseph Gittleman,
The party was attended by their friends and relatives. The couple has son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaacov Git-
two grandchildren.
tleman of Kiryat Motzkin, Israel.
The bride-elect attends Hebrew
University. An - October wedding
in Jerusalem is planned.

Name ZOA Convention Delegates:
Weisman Makes Membership Plea

Representing the Zionist Organ-
ization of Detroit, the following
will be this community's delegates
to the 74th annual convention of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, to be held at the Pittsburgh
Hilton Hotel, Pittsburgh, Sept. 2-5:
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford I. Ben-
nett, Dr. and Mrs. Alex S. Fried-
laender, Dr. and • Mrs. Jack R.
Greenberg, Dr. and Mrs. Joel I.
Hamburger, Mrs. Norma T. Hu-
dosh, Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Z.
Leib, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Panush,
Jacques Preis, Mr. and Mrs. Carmi
M. Slomovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Slomovitz and Dr. Bernard Wes-
Philip Slomovitz has been named
'E nglish secretary of the conven-
On the eve of the convention

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and the oncoming Holy Days,
Herman L. Weisman, ZOA presi-
dent, has issued an appeal to all
American rabbis to assist in
ZOA membership enrollment.
In his review of Zionist needs
and the importance of strength-
ening Zionist ranks, Weisman
"The urgency of world affairs
today—intensified by the efforts
of the Soviet Union to establish
a permanent presence in the Mid-
dle East, and by the resurgence
of Zionist emotions among be-
leaguered Jewish communities be-
hind the Iron Curtain—call for a
movement of Zionist solidarity as
exemplified by the meaningful pro-
grams of the ZOA.
"These program are manifold:
public affairs, serving to create
a climate of public opinion favor-
able toward Israel and in support
of the freedom for Soviet Jewry;
Zionist education, to build within
the Jewish community a greater
understanding of Zionism, its his-
tory, and literature; pioneering
America aliya, to help Israel meet
her need for highly skilled man-
power in this age of modern tech-
nology and science and youth, to
intensify the Jewish identifica-
tion of young people and spur their
involvement as the Jewish corn-
munity's future leaders, through
Masada, the ZOA's burgeoning
youth movement.
"The activities of the Zionist
Organization of America need and
deserve the mass support of Amer-
ican Jewry. We therefore call on
our fellow Jews to join its ranks
as an affirmation of their com-
mitment to help insure the prog-
ress of Israel, the freedom of
Soviet Jews and the creative fu-
ture" of the American Jewish

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Market Mixes Art
With Exotic Foods

What does a painting by Max
Shaye and kangaroo tail soup have
in common?
Both are features of Sidney
Hiller's decidedly different Shop-
ping Center Market.
Customers at the Southfield
market, 25155 Greenfield, are
able to buy exotic foods from
many foreign lands — as well as
plain old peanut butter—as they
pass by walls displaying posters
and paintings.
"I enjoy art and exhibit it in
the supermarket so others can
enjoy it too," said Hiller of his
interior. He said he's "always
happy to show the work of good
local artists to help them along."
Hiller is expert at describing the
origin, flavor and use of the hun-
dreds of unusual foods on his
shelves. He said they - come from
Israel, Australia, Iceland and Spain
among other countries, and in-
clude such items as smoked, sliced
octopus, baklava and hoummous
with Tehina Sauce and vine leaves.
• Thank s to Hiller's interior
decoration ideas, shoppers say
waiting in line at the cash register
isn't so bad.

N. Brewster Broder is chairman
of the 22nd annual Stag Day of
the Detroit Service Group, to be
held Sept. 8 at Franklin Hills
Country Club.
The traditional day of fellow-
ship for workers
on the annual
Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund
starts at 9 a.m.,
with golfers be-
ginning an all-
day schedule.
Joseph H.
Pearlman is
chairman of the
golf committee,
with William M.
Wetsm an chair-
man for prizes,
and Thomas I. Broder
Klein heading the hospitality com-
A buffet luncheon will be served
between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for
those who come early in the day.
Following the afternoon of con-
tinuous golf and socializing, cock-
tails will be served at 5:30 p.m.
just prior to the recognition din-
ner at 7.
During dinner, the Detroit Serv-
ice Group's traditional silver tro-
phy cup is awarded to the chair-
man of the campaign division
which during the 1971 drive sur-
passed its 1970 total by the great-
est percentage. The trophy is kept
on display at the Federation of-
fice during the year, and an in-
dividual trophy is presented to the
dvision chairman.
The awarding of prizes adds to
the festivity.
Meyer M. Fishman and Max M.
Shaye, chairmen of the 1971 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel .. Emer-
gency Fund, have indicated that

this year's Stag Day marks the
successful completion of a
$13,000,000 drive.
The Detroit Service Group will
hold its biennial election of the
board at the dinner meeting, Paul
Broder, president, said. He indi-
cated that invitations will be in
the mail next week to all men who
participated as workers in the
ca mpaign.

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Synagogue Weddings
on the Rise in Britain

LONDON (JTA) — The number
of British Jews marrying in syna-
gogues rose by two per cent last
year compared to the previous
year. The figure went from' 3,806
in 1969 to 3,872 in 1970, according
to a study by a statistical and
demographic research unit of the
Board of Deputies of British Jews
which said it was the highest
since 1958.
But it was still well below the
average of 5,400 a year who held
their weddings in synagogues dur-
ing the five immediate post-war
years, 1946-50. The study attributed
the increase to the peak number
of synagogue marriages right after
World War II. Children born of
those unions are now of marriag-
able age. -
A further rise in synagogue
weddings is expected to be noted
this year. The unit was established
several year ago but has not yet
completed its work on synagogue
The Jewish population of the
United Kingdom is 410,000 of whom
280,000, nearly two-thirds live in
the London area. In the period
1960-65, 61 per cent of the latter
were affiliated with a ,synagogue
and the unit believes this still
holds good.

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