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August 03, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-03

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3—Friday, August 3, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Talents Turned to Aiding Needy Free Holidays Planned for Needy Mothers

Vomen to Honor Frieda Stollman
1 Annual Fashion Show Lunch

The women's division of Is- will be the only woman to re-
el Bonds will honor one of ceive this award in the Michi-
founders, Mrs. Max gan area.
Frieda) Stollman at its an-
Mrs. Stollman is on the
board of governors of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and a past campaign chair-
man of the Jewish Welfare
Federation's women's divi-
sion. She is the immediate
past president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation's wom-
en's division. She is also a
board member of the Jewish
center and a past president
of the Jewish National Fund.
The Stolimans were one of
the first Michigan families to
plant a complete forest in Is-
rael. She is also a council
member of the Joint Distribu-
FRIEDA STOLLMAN
tion Committee.
Mrs. Stollman has also
al fashion show luncheon,
given
leadership to Hadassah,
:30 a.m. Aug. 21 at Cong.
Bnai Brith, Pioneer Women,
aarey Zedek.
ORT, National Council of
Mrs. Stollman will receive Jewish Women and Mizrachi.
Israle 25th Anniversary
Mrs. Stollman and her
yard for her dedication to
'ael and Israel Bonds. She husband, along with her
brother-in-law Phillip Stoll-
man, were the founders of
Bar-Ilan University in Ra-
mat Gan, Israel. For her role
in founding the university,
she has received an honorary
doctorate from the univer-
sity. Mrs. Stollman is a foun-
der of the American Women
for Bar-Ilan University and
is its national president.
Mr. and Mrs. Stollman also
were honored by the univer-
sity with the administration
building named in their hon-
or. Both are currently on the
national board of overseers
d what a feast it is- for the University.
Mrs. Stollman is a past co-
idy to serve in just about
minutes. Tender. freshly chairman of the Israel Bond
oked spaghetti. Lav- women's division and is a
ed with savory, piping Woman of Valor—the highest
mushroom sauce, finely achievement in the division.
isoned and home-style She has been a member of
ck. Then topped with the Israel Bond executive
)py grated cheese, committee since its incep-
Grandissimo ta'am! tion in 1951.
For luncheon reservations,
all the makings in this
3 package—Chef Boy- call Israel Bonds, 557-6770.

Mrs. Burton Levitt, last year's president of Deborah
Chapter, Bnai Brith, spearheaded a chapter talent auction,
with proceeds earmarked to aid Detroit Jewish retardates.
Chapter members worked under the chairmanship of Paula
M. Smith to create boutique items for the sale, netting $275
for Haverim House, the first of several residences the
Parents Association for Jewish Residential Care hopes to
establish for Jewish retardates. Mrs. Levitt, second from
left, is shown presenting the check to Mrs. Morris Mit-
tledorf of PAJRC. Mrs. Ira Albion, council president;
Paula M. Smith, Mrs. Irving Isaacs, council chairman for
Jewish retardates; and Mrs. Lee Mertz, council co-chair-
man, from left, look on.

Lanskv-Beznos
Troth ,.Iiinounced

;hercalls it a complete
Spaghetti Dinner

but
he kids call it
11 Italian feast

MISS BARBARA LANSKY

Dr. and Mrs. Mandell
Lansky of Wareham Dr.,
Huntington Woods, announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Barbara Merrill to
Harold Beznos of Walden Ct.,
Southfield, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beznos.
Miss Lansky was gradu-
ated from Michigan State
University with a degree in
education. Her fiance was
graduated from the Univer-
Dee ° Complete Spa
sity of Michigan and the
)tti Dinner. Keep plenty
hand for thrifty, family
1 Detroit College of Law.
A September wedding is
asing meals.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gold- planned.
stein of Downsview, Ont.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Marsha to Eban Plans 4-Day
Bruce Lublin, son of Mr. and S. American Visit
Mrs. Daniel Lublin of Chats-
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
ford Ct., Southfield. An — Israeli Foreign Minister
October wedding is planned. Abba Eban is scheduled to
COMPLETE
arrive in Brazil Wednesday
Dr. ALBERT SABIN was for a four-day official visit
honored recently when a at the invitation of Brazilian
square in Rio De Janiero, Foreign Minister Mario Gib-
the "Praca Albert Sabin," son Barboza.
with MUSHROOM SAUCE
was named for him.
Eban's visit, which will
take him to Brasilia, Sao
kedb-
Paulo and Rio, is in return
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
for that made by Barboza
Now Booking . . .
to Israel earlier this year.
Eban is also due to visit
ED BURG
Bolivia and Peru.
and His Orchestra
In Jerusalem it was re-
851-6118
ported that on his way to
South America, Eban is
scheduled to stop for a short
while in London, but no
SERVING ONLY
meetings are planned.
PRIME AND
On his way back from
CHOICE MEATS
South America the Israeli
diplomat is expected to spend
several days in New York
where he may meet with
United Nations Secretary
Member Detroit Retail
General Kurt Waldheim and
senior administrative offi-
:ashler Meat Dealers As1oca &
cials. Eban may also go to
Washington to meet with
U.S. Secretary of State
13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDCEDALE
William P. Rogers.

8ngagement

Spaghetti
Dinner

SINGER'S

KosherMeats p z
Poultry Mkt.

JACK ATTIS PHIL SWARIN

LI 7-8111

WE DELIVER.

Cohns to Begin

6th Year With
Blood Banks

Henry and Lorraine Cohn
will begin their sixth year
working in the Metropolitan
Bnai Brith Council Blood
Bank project.
Cohn has been the offcial
chairman since 1968, and his
wife has done all of the rec-
ords and bookkeeping since
that time. They are respons-
ible for five two-night blood
banks every year and have
given 390 hours of volunteer
time to the project. Approxi-
mately 200 donors are pro-
cessed each night.
Metropolitan Detroit h a s
the only blood bank affiliated
with Bnai Brith in the
country.
Cohn is a past president of
and a past vice president of
the Council. He is the finan-
cial secretary of his lodge.
Mrs. Cohn is a member of
Henry Morgenthau Chapter.
Every pint of blood that is
donated or released through
Bnai Brith is sent by the
Cohns to the Oak Park blood
bank.
All blood banks are held
5-10 p.m. Monday and Tues-
day at Pepper School in Oak
Park.
The next five banks will
be held Sept. 10-11, Nov. 5-6,
Jan. 21-22, March 25-26 and
May 20-21.

lecture periods. (D e t r o i t
Pioneer Women is holding a
campaign to support the pro-
gram. A total of $12 pays
for one day for a mother and
two children.)

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
total of 3,500 mothers of large
and underprivileged families
and 5,000 of their children
this summer will enjoy free
holidays organized by the
welfare minsitry, the educa-
tion ministry and women's
voluntary organizations.
Forty-eight holiday sites
have been set up around the
country from Yeruham in the
Negev to Kiryat Shimona on
the Lebanese border. This
will be the third year that the
holiday scheme is operating.
Participants are chosen by
local committee comprising
a district nurse, a social
worker and a representative
of WIZO or another women's
organization.
During the vacation the
women hear lectures on home
economics, child care, cos-
metics and first aid. Profes-
sional kindergarten teachers
mind the children during the

DOROTHY HANDLER,
former director of the Los
Angeles Jewish Federation-
Council Women's Conference,
has been appointed director
of women's communal serv-
ice for the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare
Funds.

YOUR CANDID COLOR

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

WILL BE

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND ASSOCIATES

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AND HIS ORCHESTRA

LET ME SHOW YOU A NEW
DINEMSION IN PHOTOGRAPHY

968-2563

OPENING SOON

BOB'S TRAVELING MARKET

with a complete line of:

• Fresh Fruits • Vegetables
• Dairy Products
• Delicatessen • Sliced Lox
• Fresh Smoked Fish

FREE DELIVERY
SERVICE AVAILABLE

13701

W. 9 Mile Rd.

Near Coolidge
Cor. Ridgedale

Say it most impressively with ...

FRUIT

"IV

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Oscar Katz, 25706
Grand Concourse, Southfield.
There will be a social to wel-
come former member Mrs.
Hy Kolb, who is visiting
from Florida. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Katz, 357-5195.

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JWVA to Donate
Clothes to Viets

Dennis Greenwald Auxili-
ary has organized a drive for
children's clothing to be sent
to orphanages in Vietnam.
Ruth Greenwald, past
auxiliary president and
mother of the late Dennis
Greenwald, announced the
Hadassah Thrift Shop do-
nated the first shipment of
clothing for the project.
To participate in the drive,
bring or send clothing to the
For God's sake let us free- Jewish War Veterans head-
ly hear both sides!—Thomas quarters, 16990 WT ,;1„ Mile,
Jefferson.
Southfield.

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It means so much more to say "Get Well” withZ
beautifully arranged basket of carefully selected,
health-giving fresh fruits, with assorted sweets
and snacks. A treat to eat that con be shared
priced from $12.50
with others

S

DAILY DELIVERY to all hospitals (or homes)

Business associates and customers will also appreciate aift baskets.

Call 862-6800 Gift Dept.

3205 W. AticN i_f hols.
482'2
Detroit;'

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