THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
40—Friday, September 10, 1971
:Hiss Levine to Be
Bnai David Boosts Israel Bond
Sal e s Young Israel Dinner
for Bonds Wednesday
of Robert Ernest ,11illei-
MISS JANICE LEVINE
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Levine
of Berkley Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Janice Karen to Robert
Ernest Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.,
C. S. Miller of Trenton. A fall
wedding is planned.
At the Bnai David leadership reception, which realized a total
of $140,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions, are (from left) seated, Mrs.
Charles N. Shere, Charles N. Shere, Dr. Maurice M. Silverman,
president of the congregation, and Rabbi Hayim Donin; standing,
Lew Kruger, Cantor Hyman J. Adler, Harry Koltonow and Jacques
Torczyner, former president of the Zionist Organization of America,
the guest speaker. The leadership affair was held in advance of
the Bnai David Israel Bond dinner, which will honor Shere as "Man
of the Year," 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the congregation. Robert St.
John will be the speaker. Irving Belinsky will be the toastmaster.
For reservations, call the Israel Bond .office, 557-6770.
Bnai Moshe Inaugurates Its Drive
Mrs. David Pollack
Heads Bond Ladies
Ira Feinberg, who was the first
American to join the ranks of Pal-
mach, the commando unit of Ha-
gana, during the Israel War of
Independence, will be the guest
speaker at the combined Young
Israel pre-High Holy Day leader-
ship reception dinner 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday, at Young Israel of Oak-
is the congrega-
tional and High
Holy Day chair-
At the Israel Fashion Festival
man. Young Is-
Luncheon, which resulted in $250,-
rael of Oak-
000 in Israel Bond sales, are
Woods, Young Is-
(from left) Mrs. Nathan L. Fink,
rael of Green-
luncheon chairman; Mrs. David
field and Young
Pollack, who was installed as De-
Israel of North-
troit Israel Bond Women's Di , '-
west Detroit are
sion chairman; and Mrs.
Peerce of New York,
joining in this
Israel Bond Women's Division
chairman, guest speaker.
Pre-High H o 1 y
D a y leadership
are: David Ap-
Wedding * Bar Mitzvas
plebaum, David I. Berris, Morris
* Sweet Sixteens, etc.
Berris, Herman K. Cohen, David
Still time for New Year Cards
Dombey, Milton Duchan, Meyer
Eisenberg, Rabbi James I. Gor-
don, Rabbi Ernest Greenfield, Jer-
ome Kelman, Leslie Kralcovits r
Sol Lessman, Sam Loberman, Har-
old Platt, Rabbi Samuel H. Prero,
Abe Selesny, Dr. Morris Shoskes,
Rabbi Joshua Sperka, Max Stoll-
man, Phillip Stollman, Dr. Milton
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Superstine and Harry Yaffe.
For reservations to the dinner,
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on behalf of Israel Bonds, call 557-
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A total of $120,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions was announced
at the Bnai Moshe reception. Shown are (from left) seated, Abraham
Pasternak, Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Robert Mayer Evans, guest
speaker,and Ben Kahn; standing, I. William Sherr, Irving Lopatin,
Cantor Louis Klein and Simon Goldman. The affair was held in
advance of the Israel Bond dinner, to take place 6:30 p.m. Sunday
at Bnai Moshe. Senator Wayne Morse will be the guest speaker.
For reservations, call the Israel Bond office, 557:6770.
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A group calling itself the "He-
brew Action League" has been
formed in the Detroit area, under
chairmanship of Jack Gunsaulus.
Gunsaulus, of Oak Park, said the
name of the group (Hebrew) was
chosen to differentiate from the
word Jewish, which he feels has
a connotation of subservience
among both Gentiles and Jews.
As for action, Gunsaulus said
the group's first project is to call
upon the Oak Park School Board
for the institution of Jewish studies
in Oak Park High School. He
added that the group's goals in-
clude Jewish education influencing
the Jewish community to "reorder
priorities" and physical training to
counter anti-Semitism, which he
sees everywhere, on all levels.
He said the HAL philosophy,
based on Jabotinsky's ideas,
is akin to that of the Jewish De-
fense League, but added that his
group "can't take the same kind
of action because Detroit isn't like
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Mr. and Mrs. David J. Guss,
former Detroiters of N. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter Arlene Lois to
Lawrence Howard Niven, son of
Mrs. Ann Niven of N. Miami
Beach, and Mr. William Niven of
Los Angeles. A December wedding
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