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January 04, 1974 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 4, 1974-25

Grove Named for Haymans

,11iss Margo Feiner

The late Max and Eva
Hayman will be memorial-
ized with the establishment
of the Max and Eva Hayman
Memorial Park of 5,000 trees

Plans une tedding

RUSSELL SCHREIBER ASSOCIATES

AGENCY OF THE SHOW WORLD

• Orchestras • Entertainment

Do

eakers • Concerts
_,wn Detroit - 962-8000

LATE EVA HAYMAN

PLEASE PHONE FOR SAMPLES

I

SANDY FRIEDMAN PHOTOGRAPHY

3981 182

Candids — Atoms — Portraits



in Israel. The trees will be-;
come a part of the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest near
Jerusalem.

Cu 1 in ral Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

Week of Jan. 4-10

Daughter of an ordained
rabbi in Lithuania, Mrs. Hay-
man came to this country as
a young girl, living in Des
Moines before coming to De-
troit. Her special interest in
the Jewish educational proc-
ess led her to- become ac-
tively involved in the Hebrew
schools here. She married
Max Hayman, an insurance
executive.

Concerned with the growth
and reclamation of Israel,
Mrs. Hayman was one of the
founders of Womel of Jew-
MISS MARG() FEINER
ish National Fund. She was
a member of Hadassah and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Feiner-
attended Cong. S h a a r e y of Church St., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of
Zedek.
their daughter Margo to
Characterized by a friend Howard Gutman, son of Mr.
as "a charitable woman who and Mrs. David Gutman of
was devoted to her family Sutherland Ave., Oak Park.
and the entire' Jewish corn- Miss Feiner is a student at
munity," Mrs. Hayman died Oakland Community College.
March 18, 1972. Mr. Hayman Her fiance attends Wayne
died in 1956.
State University.
A June wedding is planned.

Jan. 6-6 p.m.—Mikva Israel Banquet at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. Rabbi Yitzchuk Kerzner, speaker. Res-
ervations 398-4715.
7-8:30 p.m. — "Crisis of Jewish Identity" Lecture
Series begins with "Emancipation," by Rabbi Sher-
win T. Wine. Admission. 477-0177.
9-1:30 p.m.—Dr. Yehuda Amir: "Ethnic Origins and
Social Relations in Israeli Society" at McGregor
Memorial Conference Center, Wayne State Univer-
sity. Free.
8:30 p.m.—"An Evening With Gershwin and Kern,"
Front Row Center Program at Jewish Center. Ad-
mission. 341-4200, ext. 223.
10-1 p.m.—Yiddish Culture Club presentation on Men-
ashe Skulnik by Harry Weinberg, at Jewish Center.
Free.

Executive Initiates Annual ROTC Award

Benjamin Levinson of ; Levinson is a longtime sup-
Southfield, executive vice : porter of ROTC on the high
president of National Corn- school and college levels.
puter Services Co., has estab-
lished an award for a mem-
Bar Mitzvas, Weddings
ber of the Detroit high
and special occasions
school's ROTC program.
The award, named the Ben-
Garson Zeltzer.
jamin Levinson Meritorious
Photography
Achievement Award, is a
545-3646
or 354-2120
$1,000 U. S. Savings Bond
which will be given annually.

.....

Mideast War Film
Released by AZYF

Open Sunday 72-4

NEW YORK- — "Days of
Judgment," a 21-minute color
film documenting the se-
quence of events and reac-
tions of American Jewish
youth to the recent Middle
East war, has been released
by the American Zionist
Youth Foundation.
"Days of Judgment,"
which was filmed in America
with footage from the front
lines, interjects an emotional
account of the war's impact
on concerned American stu-
dents and their efforts to
contribute.
This 16mm film was di-
rected by Jerry Benjamin,
photographed and edited by
Brian Kelman. For informa-
tion, contact the American
Zionist Youth • Foundation,
Inc., 515 Park, New York,
N.Y. 10022.

Year End
CLEARANCE

The
Sheldon Roll
Orchestra

and

Vickie Carrol

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

First Dance of Year
for Menora Singles

Coats
Dresses
Sportswear

Menora Singles will open
the new year with a singles
dance party 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Alvaro's Restaurant.
There is an admission
charge.
Dance attire is casual. Mu-
sic will he by "The Comstock
Lode." For information, call
Al Levett, 557-5447, or Ron
Chess, 255-0727.

50% OFF

`13ayit' to Host Consul

Cruisewear 20% Off

The Israeli Coffee House
will host Paul VandenMuy-
senberg, Dutch consul in
Detroit, 8 p.m. Tuesday at
"the Bayit," 16845 Muirland.
Discussion topic will be
"What Do You Get When
You Put. Two Countries No
Bigger Than the Size of
Rhode Island Together?"

Cocktails for Singles

Swinging Singles, 25 and
up, will hold a cocktail par-
ty with dancing 9 p.m. Jan.
11 at the Glen Oaks Country
Club. For information, call
Henrietta Lewis, 546-0903.

MOGEN DAVIDS*, CHAIS*, MAZELS* AND
SHALOMS*. 18K YELLOW GOLD, SOME WITH
DIAMONDS ... INDIVIDUALLY CREATED IN
OUR STUDIOS PRICED FROM $25.00
*HEBREW FOR STAR OF DAVIDS, LONG
LIFE, GOOD LUCK, PEACE

Hikers Are Sought

Daily 9:30 - 5 — Thurs. nites 9 — Sun. noon

A local hiking group for
young adults age 18-25 is
looking for members. To
join, call Neal Alpiner, 559-
1 6676.

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