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February 22, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, Feb. 22, 1974

BLOCH-ROSE POST and
AUXILIARY will feature a
family night 8 p.m. sharp,
Tuesday, at the JWV head-
quarters. There will be a
nominal charge. Movies will
he followed by an afterglow.
For information, call the
commander, Dave Goodstein,
356-3837, or the president,
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-6850.

ANTIQUE
FLEA
MARKET

Free Admission
February 24th
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Carpenters Hall

Gratiot 4 blks. S. of 10 Mile

(Formerly the Roma Hall Show)
East Detroit

SCHAUPETER
PROMOTIONS

Widows' Pensions
Cut; Renewal Urged

Stollman to Address A_IC-IEF Synagogues, Schools Section

Phillip Stollman, a member
of the United Jewish Appeal's
national cabinet and a vice-
chairman of the 1974 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel

WASHINGTON — Ainslee
R. F e r die, national com-
mander of the Jewish War
Veterans, urged Congress to
restore cuts in pension checks
to widows of veterans, re-
cently made by the Veterans
Administration.
The cuts, and in some
cases, a complete loss of pen-
sions, resulted from a pro-
vision in the VA laws which
relates pension payments to
in c o me fro m additional
sources including Social Se-
curity benefits. Recent So-
cial Security increases thus
resulted in decreased VA
payments to the widowed
pensioners.

Israel Menora for Milliken

,

At the Histadrut dinner which honored Governor Wil-
liam G. Milliken, from left, Louis L. Levine, industrial
commissioner of the New York State Department of Labor;
Paul Silver of the UAW, member of the board of Wayne
County Commissioners; Morris Lieberman, chairman of
the Histadrut campaign in Detroit; Governor Milliken, re-
ceiving a menora from Israel; Mandell Berman, president
of the Detroit Jewish Welfare Federation, who brought
In this world a man must greetings from the Jewish community; Irwin I. Cohn, who
either be anvil or hammer. participated in the program, and Alan E. Schwartz, former
—Henry Wadsworth Longfel- president of the Jewish Welfare Federation, who was a
low.
general dinner chairman. More than 500 attended the $50-
a-plate affair at Cobo Hall. Proceeds benefited the endow-
ment fund of Histadrut's Afro-Asian Institute in Israel.
r:Mitziiills, Weddings
Charles G. Younglove, director of District 29 of the United
and-special occasions
Steelworkers of America, was the toastmaster.
-

Belief
I do not believe today ev-
erything I believed yester-
day; I wonder will I believe
tomorrow everything I be-
lieve today.—Isaac Goldberg.

0- arson Zeltzer
Photography
154-2120.

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Violinist Mischa Mischakoff
will be special guest artist
in an all-Mozart program
presented by the Jewish Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra 3:30
p.m. Sunday in the Center's
Aaron DeRoy Theater.
Also appearing with the
symphony, under the direc-
tion of Julius Chajes, will be
Mischakoff's daughter Anne
and pianist Paul Schoenfeld.
Mischakoff, who served
until recently as concert-
master . of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, will per-
form Mozart's Adagio and
Sinfonia Concertante. Miss
Mischakoff, violin and viola
player, will accompany her
father in the Sinfonia.

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Pianist Paul Schoenfeld
will perform Mozart's B Flat
Piano Concerto. Schoenfeld,
assistant professor of music
at the University of Toledo,
has appeared with Leonard
Bernstein and in the popular
New York Town Hall Series.
Concert tickets can be pur-
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office. For information, con-
tact the cultural arts depart-
ment, 341-4200.

Let us at all times remem-
ber that all American cit-
izens are brothers of a corn-
mon country, and should
dwell together in bonds of
fraternal feeling.—Abraham
Lincoln.

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Feb. 17—To Dr. and Mrs.
Harvey Rose (Karol Lupil-
off), 25463 Briar, Oak Park,
a daughter, Julie Beth.
* * *
Feb. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Cooperman, 13441 Irv-
ine, Oak Park, a daughter,
Heather Beth.
* * *
Feb. 10 — To former De-
troiter Dr. and Mrs. Harold
M. Waller (Diane Goodman
of New York), of Montreal,
a son, Jeffrey Gene.
* *
Feb. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Scheinker (Susan
Gell), 4393 Still Meadow,
West Bloomfield, a son,
Joshua David.
* * 0
Feb. 8 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard Sahn (Lenore
Libby), 21224 E. Glen Haven,
Northville, a son, Nathaniel
Lieber.

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Feb. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Schare (gar b a r a
Gradis), 10630 Albany, Oak
Park, a son, Joshua Michael.

Feb. 6 — To former De-
trailers Mr. and Mrs. Howard
M. Ellis (Elisheva Gorrelick)
of Allentown, Pa., a son,
Adam Phillip.

fast meeting, 8:45 a.m. Tues-
day at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Stollman is a trustee of the
United Israel Appeal, the
primary beneficiary of the
United Jewish Appeal. He is
national chairman of the
American Friends of Bar-Ilan
University and president of
Detroit Mizrachi.
A governor of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and rep-
resentative of its congrega-
tional council, Stollman is
also a member of its educa-
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