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November 05, 1971 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-05

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Israel

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-BOhit Dinners on

- 'ci*lier,' chairman
Jacques sTOr

Fall Calendar

of 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the synagogue.
the executive of the World Union David Klein, president, said the pleted for the fourth annual Alpha
of General . Zionists, will be guest Beth Shalom members are spend- Omega Dental Fraternity Israel
Bond Dinner-Dance, honoring Dr.
speaker' at a. leadership reception ing two weeks in Israel.
Azriel Weller, 7 p.m. Saturday at
basted by ' Dr.
Robert St. John, biographer of Temple Emanu-El.
and - Mrs. Robert David Ben-Gurion, will be guest
Robert Mayer Evans, former
Schleif ' in , their speaker. St. John, author of 18
home, 19115Star. books, is writing a biography of CBS bureau chief in Moscow, will
be guest speaker. Dr. Murray Cor-
la*. -Southfield, Abba Eban.
nish, international president of
8:30 pan. Nov.
Rabbi Halpern will give the trib- Alpha Omega Fraternity, will be
15.
ute to the state of Israel. Dr. on the program.
The reception Stephen Rope is chairman, with
Dr. Richard D. Williams is chair-
is in advance of Mrs. Michael Goodman co-chair-
the• Cong. Beth man_ For reservations, call Beth man, and Dr. Martin Naimark will
be the toastmaster. Music will be
Abraham - Hillel Shalom, LI 7-7970.
provided by Eric Rosenow and his
* * *
Israel Bond din-
Continentals. A cocktail reception
ner.
Preparations have been com- will precede the dinner-dance.
• Torczyner, who
a
s
served as presi-
dent of the Zion-
Torczyner 1st Organization
of America for six years, is a mem-
ber of the executive of the United
Israel Appeal and a key figure in
the Israel Bond Organization. He
has participated in all Zionist Con-
gresses since the end of World
War
The Beth Abraham-Hillel dinner
on Nov. 20 will honor presidents of
the congregation. Frank Gervasi,
journalist and author, will be guest
speaker. -
The presidents to be honored
are Irving Adler, incumbent pres-
idea, and past presidents Louis
Ellenbogen, William A. Genser,
Sam Katiler,*Dr. Harry Newman,
Henry Pokart, Dr. Robert SChlaff,
Among leaders of the Israel Bond medical- professions division,
Henry . Thumi n; Fred Erie-
who are heading the 1971 campaign, which will culminate with the
bather, Benoit Gorge, Sigmund
third
annual dinner-dance, honoring Dr. Hyman S. Mellen, chief of
Lowenthal and Herman Stress.
staff of Sinai Hospital are, from left, seated: Dr. William if. Staler,
burger.. -
Dr. Paul H. Feldman, the toastmaster; Dr. Morris Starkman, general
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will give
chairman; Dr. Gekald N. Loom= and Dr. Sidney Z. Leib; standing,
the tribute to the honorees, Cantor
Dr. Robert R. Wolfe, Dr. Milton F. Simmons, Dr. Myron H. Joyrich
Shabtai Ackerman will render the
and Dr. Milton A. Meyers. U.S. Senator Gale McGee of Wyoming
musical salute, and Dr. Schleif will be the guest speaker at the dinner-dance on Dec. 8, at Shaarey
will be toastmaster. William Gen-
Zedek. Dr. and Mrs. Shiffman will host a leadership reception on
ser and Sam Kaufer are co-chair-
behalf of the medical professions division, 8:30 p.m., Wednesday,
men. Menasche Haar, vice presi-
at their home, 13133 Victoria, Huntington Woods, with Frank Gervasi,
dent, will be among the partici-
author of "The Case for Israel," as guest speaker.
pants on the program.
For : reservations, call the syna-
gogue, 851-6880, or the Israel Bond
office, 557-6770.
Twenty-one couples from Cong.
Beth Shalom who are touting Israel
The fifth annivesrary dinner of J. Carmen, Dr. Leon Fill, Kenneth
led by Rabbi Mordecai S. Halpern, Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, to be Fischer, Sidney Fischer, Nathan
will be welcomed home at the Beth held 6 p.m. Nov. 14 at Cabo Hall, I. Goldin, Samuel Hechtman, Mar-
Shalom Israel- Bond dinner dance will honor I. William Sherr for his ris Herbal, Daniel Leven, Joseph
efforts in behalf of the educational Nusbaum, Julius Rotenbeng, Alex
Notice is hereby given of the Annual work of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah. Saltsman and Sherr.
Hillel Abrams, Yeshiva presi-
Mooting fot the Board of Trustees of
Beth Yehudah Schools consists
Jewish Vocational Services and Com- dent, announced that the guest of an elementary school, high
munity Wasiodrop --en Tuesday; No- speaker will be- G. Mennen Wil- school for boys, Beth Jacob High
vember 9,.1971 at 3 P.M. at the
School for • girls, department of
JVS-CW BURRING
rabidnics for college students
4250 WOODWARD, Whin
and an afternoon school. Stu-.
dents receive an intensive He-
brew education, together with a

Medical Men Plan Bond Event

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Friday, November 5, 101-41

Cantor Boyarsky- t o Settle in Israel

Longtime Detroit cantor Rubin
Boyarsky is realizing a dream—.
to settle in Israel—this month.
Semi-retired, Cantor Boyarsky
nevertheless continued to officiate
on the High Holy
Days at a num-
ber of Detroit
area synagogues,
including Conga.
Shaarey Zedek,
Adas Shalom and
Bnai David.
Born in Poland,
Cantor Boyarsky
started to sing in
a choir there at
a very youn
a g e. He pro. Boyarsky
gressed to some renown there and
in the British Isles and eventually
the United States. He dived in De-
troit for the past 40 years. The
remains of his late wife, Alte, who
died in January 1969, are being
flown to Israel for reburial.
Cantor Boyarsky will be accom-
panied by his son and daughter-
in-law, the By Boyers. His other

children are Mrs. Norman Allan
of 'Detroit and Caspar Boyar of
New York. He also has six grand-
children and eight
great-grand-
,
children.

Mrs. R. Leillsick

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SINGLES CLUB — 21 AND UP

PRESENTS A TRIP TO

CAESAR's PALACE
LAS VEGAS

DEC. 16-19, 1971
Per
Person

$ 195

TAXES/TIPS INCLUDED

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Beginning Monday — Nov. 8th

Beth Yehuda. Schools to Honor
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general education. Many alumni

occupy prominent positions in
academic, professional and bust--
ness communities.
General chairmen of the affair
are Reuben Grevnin, Alex Salts-
man and Meyer Weingardenc The
dinner chairman is Ernest Citron.

Center Lists Events
for its Senior Adults

The Jewish Center senior adult

I. WILLIAM =ERB

Hams, associate justice of the
Michigan Supreme Court, former
governor and former assistant
U.S. secretary of state.
Sponsors of the dinner are Jack

Congratukitioni to

Hyman Shenkman

Or; liteOccasion of the PublicOtion
of Nii-BOok '-

a pe

Partisans Against the Nazi War machine"

NothanCond

division will hold a community af -
fa irs brunch 11:30. a.m., Nov. 12
at the Center. Inspector John
Brown of the 12th Precinct will

speak on "Crime in the Neighbor-
hood." The deadline for fees is
Tuesday.
Movies are shown every Thurs-
day at 1:30 p.m. at the 10 Mile
branch. "Portrait of the Orient"
will be shown this Thursday.

Madison Athletic Club
Meets in Sunny California

The Madison Athletic Club,
former Detroiters now living in
California, will meet 4 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Shurgin, 1926 Shenandoah,
8384335.
For information, call President
Maurice Levin, 984-0385, secretary
Phil Goodman, 378-8190, or Erwin
Gould, 271-9222.

18401 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit

3 blks. W. of Southfield

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