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August 06, 1971 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-06

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Detroit Mizrachi Continues Israel Aid
Program With Holiday Gift Packages

Plans to expand its program of cocoa, honey, prunes, sardines,
economic aid to Israel by means nuts, jam, desserts and other food
of sending food packages to needy items.
"Because we have been able to
in Israel, for the Holy Days, were
announced this week by Mizrachi arrange for Super-Sol Markets in
Israel to do the packaging and
Organization of Detroit.
Food packages, at $15 each, will delivery, we can render special
be sent to the many hundreds of services to the needy in Israel at
families who are in need of such this time," Tomkiewicz said.
provisions, it was announced by He added: "Through such a pro-
w e not only assist needy
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive director gram
s, but we also contribute
of Detroit Mizrachi. familie
The $15 package will include toward strengthening Israel's econ-
fish, meat, poultry, instant coffee, omy, with American dollars given
wine, sugar, eggs, chocolate, oil, for the food packages."

\ People Make News

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Contributions toward the dis-
tribution of the $15 food packages
are now being solicited by Detroit
Mizrachi and checks can be mailed
to the Mizrachi office, 23125 Cool-
idge, Oak Park, phone 398-7180.

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Layaway
or
Order For
Fall

Sylvia Alpert

Lois Ekelman

NEW FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY

■ •11."1.11 ■ 11.1 ■ "...I NIIIIMINEEMOMMIMMI

Suits, Coats, Dresses, Sportswear!
Bridesmaid and gowns for mother.

JWV

Sylvia's Fashions

Ladies department President
Rosalind Liner will lead a delega-
tion to the national convention in
Milwaukee Aug. 10-15. She will be
accompanied by the Auxiliary Pres-
ident Violet List and the national
education officer, Shirlee Iden.

354-3554
26571 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich.
Mon.-Sat. 10 'til 5:30
Northwestern Hwy.)

(1/2 Block West of

Let's
Get Acquainted
Have Your Rings
Checked & Cleaned

Venezuelan Chief-of-Staff Gen.
Samuel J. Silberma n, a ROBERTO MOREAN SOTO re-
New York Jewish communal cently left Israel after a nine-day
leader, has been elected chair- visit as a guest of the Israeli
CENTER BUSINESSMEN'S
man of the board of the Florence Defense Forces. A farewell recep- CLUB will hold a memorial service
Heller-JWB Research Center, tion was hosted by his Israeli commemorating all of its deceased
(No Charge)
Morton L. Mandel, Cleveland in- counterpart, Gen. Haim Bar-Lev. members 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
dustrialist a n d Soto gave Bar-Lev a shield bear- Shiffman Hall of the Jewish Cen-
president of the ing the emblem of the Venezuelan ter. During the ceremonies, a
National Jewish general headquarters, and re- plaque, - which will hang perma-
Welfare Boar d, ceived in return a silver box en- nently in the meeting room, will
COSZOT
graved with the crest of the IDF. be dedicated. Officiating will be
announced here
*
*
Rabbi Milton Arm and Cantor
at a JWB board
Danny & Martin Weintraub
ROBERT
A.
SHAPIRO
has
been
Simon
Bermanis.
of directors meet- named director of professional
Advance Bldg., Suite 354, 23077 Greenfield, Southfield
i n g . Conducted
557-5544
DICK STEIN
by JWB in coop- relations for Perry Pharmacy
Inc.
by
Jack
A.
Robinson,
the
Presents
eration with
the Association of firm's founder and president.
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
Jewish Center
A 1.1 D
Workers, the re- t
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
search centeri
Li 7-2770
stimulates andl
helps support re-
search proj-
ects and demon-
JACK WINSTON of Winston-
Silberman s t r a t i o n pro-
grams related to the Jewish pun Traitel Realty Co., Detroit, re-
nd practices of ceived his certificate of active
ated Jewish Community Centers membership in the Society of In-
dustrial Realtors during th e so-
and YM-YWHAs•
ciety's recent spring meeting in
* * *
Scottsdale, Ariz. The organization
Prof. AARON J. BELLER, head is composed of more than 1,100
of the department of neurosurgery industrial real estate specialists
and division of pediatric surgery in the U.S. and Canada.
at Hadassah-Hebrew University
* * 4'
Medical Center, and professor of
Lil Bloom, cateress in the De-
neurosurgery at the Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical School, has been troit Jewish community for the
elected dean of the faculty of past 23 years, announces that her
•IL'S KOSHER CATERING is
medicine of the Hebrew Univer-
now,
after many requests, featur-
sity for a three-year term. He suc-
ceeds Prof. Jonathan Magnes who ing a complete carry-out service
was elected dean in November that includes hot and cold hors d'
oevres, full dinners or ala carte
1968.
and tray service. As in the past,
*
*
Lil will continue to cater in the
Mrs. Louis P. Miller, past presi- synagogue, hall or home of the
dent of the Music Study Club of customer's choice. Lir s Kosher
Metropolitan Detroit, has been Catering is at 24711 Coolidge, lk
block south of 10 Mile in Oak
elected a vice
president of the
Park, 546-5444•
* * *
Michigan Feder-
ation of Music
,PANDORA BEAUTY SALON,
Clubs, carrying
formerly on Seven Mile Rd., now
the portfolio of
has two locations to serve you. Its
"Music Service
new shop at Nine Mile and Cool-
in the Commu-
idge, in 'he Oak Park Center, fea-
nity." In addi-
tures the most up-to-date styles at
ton, Dr. Merle
both budget and salon prices.
Montgomery,
Pandora's other salon is at 25595
president of the
Coolidge, Oak Park.
National Federa-
tion of Music
Basle Council Bans
Clubs, sent word
to Mrs. Miller of
Soviet Hate Material
her appointment Mrs. Miller
to the international music schol-
BASLE, Switzerland—In this
12 m em- city, where Zionism was born, the
arship committee. Of the two
bers who serve, only are state council has ordered an end to
from the Midwest. The first meet- the distribution of scurrilous anti-
ing, with representatives from cul- Semitic and anti-Zionist propagan-
tural commissions attached to em- da by the organizers of an official
bassies here and in Europe, will exhibition of Soviet exports.
„kw
be held Sept. 1 in New York,
In response to widespread pro-
hosted by the president of the tests, the Basle State Council or-
t
filling prescriptions for years, as if people's lives depended on them. M lowest prices!
New York Federation of Music dered a stop to the propaganda,
Clubs.
including "The Metier of Zionists
y.

—Anti-Sovietism" and "Jews in
Five Detroit area agents have the Soviet Union—Myths and Reali-
qualified as members of the 1971 ties."
Presidents Council of New York
At the same time, police in the
Life Insurance Company. They city covered up about 80 posters
are Rudolf Leitman, Ronald M. put up by the "Committee to Aid
Schechter, Louis I. Zuckerman, the Palestinian," which has its
Jesse W. Antman and Manuel headquarters in Berne.

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