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May 17, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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Election of ZOD ; Arnold Ginsburg Due

Officers will be elected
and reports on the last year's
activities submitted at the
annual meeting of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, 8
p.m. Thursday at the Zion-
ist Cultural Center.
Arnold R. Ginsburg of
Philadelphia, a candidate for
the presidency of the Zionist
Organization of America, at
the national convention in
June, in New York, will be
the guest speaker.
Louis Panush, chairman of
the nominating committee,
announces the presentation

ARNOLD GINSBURG

The
Sheldon Rott
Orchestra

and

Vickie Carroll

Abe Cherow, Says



▪ YOU CAN BEAT THE
• RUN AWAY PRICE RISE BY

of the name of Dr. Sidney
Z. Leib for re-election to the
ZOD presidency. Other nomi-
nees are:
Dr. Jack R. Greenberg,
chairman, executive commit-
tee; Dr. Sanford A. Bennett,
Dr. David Denn, Dr. Alex
Friedlander, Dr. Theodore
Mandell, Dr. Lester Zeff,
vice president; Mrs. Jack
R. Greenberg, secretary;
Julian M. Cohen, treasurer.
Ginsburg, a corporation
lawyer specializing in cor-
porate financial law, is vice
chairman of the national ex-
ecutive committee of the
Zionist Oranization of
America, member of the ZOA
national administrative board
and notional co-chairman of
the ZOA public affairs com-
mittee for the past 10 years.
National ZOA vice presi-
dent from 1958 to 1972, he
is a member of the World
Zionist Actions Committee,
representing ZOA and the
World Union of General Zion-
ists. Ginsburg also is a mem-
ber of the national executive
committee of the American-
Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee (AIPAC), represent-
ing ZOA.

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JWV

Ladies Department of
Michigan will honor its out-
going president, Ann Rubin,
at a testimonial dinner 7
p.m. Wednesday at Vladi-
mir's in Farmington. Auxil-
iary members are invited.
For reservations, call the
chairman, Rita Goyer, GR
6-1597, or the JWVA office,
559-5680.

SOUTHFIELD POST 729
recently held its annual in-
stallation dinner at Carl's
Chop House. Joe Bale, de-
partment commander, in-
stalled the following officers:
Sye Gorman, commander;
Irving Stollman, senior vice
commander; Dr. Herbert
Fishbein, junior vice com-
mander; and Al Samoss,
quartermaster _ adjutant.
Morris Luck, president of the
National Shrine for the Jew-
ish War Dead, assisted Bale.
Department of Michigan
Auxiliary President A n n
Rubin installed the auxiliary.

Youth Events at Bnai Moshe

Senior United Synagogue
Youth will hold its election
of officers 7:30 p.m. Sunday
at the home of youth director
Monty Schloss, 14421 Oak
Park Blvd. Following elec-
tions will be discusion of a
canoe trip, installation Of of-
ficers and the July 4 carni-
val.
Senior USY will meet in the
synagogue 9:30 p.m. Satur-
day to go miniature golfing.
For reservations, call Debbie
Bookstein, 559-4407.

LZA Branch Plans
Fund-Raising Event

Halutzim'USY (grades 5-6)
will hold its first evening
event meeting 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the synagogue for a
miniature golf — ice cream
social. Friends are invited.
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 548-9000.

Giborim USY (grades 3-4)
will join with Saturday morn-
ing's Story Hour group (ages
3-7) for a picnic at Oak Park
park from 1:15 to 4 p.m. The
groups will meet and return
to the synagogue. Refresh-
ments will be provided with
games and prizes.
Junior congregation will
present pins to its members
during Sabbath services on
May 25. The following day
members will attend a Tiger
baseball game. Ticket forms,
available at the synagogue,
must be returned in advance
in order to reserve a ticket.
For information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities, call
the synagogue, 548-9000.

Branch Seven, Labor Zion-
ist Alliance, will hold its an-
nual fund-raising dinner 6
p.m. Sunday at the Franklin
Pte. Apts. club house.
Guest speaker will be
Mary Ellen Riordan, presi-
dent of the Detroit Federa-
tion of Teachers. Also parti-
cipating in the program will
be Toby Slabosky and Elbert
Diamond.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
For information, call Mrs.
Friday, May 17, 1974-37
Henry Faigin, 342-6318, or
Mrs. Seymour Pesselnick,
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN 557-4171.
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
Now Booking . . .
I p.m. Monday in the home of
Yom
Kippur
War
Mrs. Harvey Greene, 15407
ED BURG
Northgate, Oak Park. For in- `Israel ' s Top Victory'
and His Orchestra
formation, call Mrs. Greene,
851-6118
PARIS
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Israeli
1 968-8401. The following of-
ficers were recently installed: Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren
Mesdames Charles H a u p t m a n, Tuesday night said the Yom
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president; Irwin Weiser and Alice Kippur War was Israel's
Lubin, vice presidents; Walter "greatest victory" but that
Fischel, treasurer; Louis Weber
and Samuel Wilson, secretaries; the intervention of the "su-
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Sussman, guard. Trustees are victory was during the Yom
Mesdames Max Trager, Irving
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Silk and Beverly Silver.
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HEN POST and AUXILIARY sary of Israel.
will hold a joint installation
of officers 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the JWV. Memorial Home.
We Make Our Own Glasses,
Installing officer for the post
will be Past Department
Commander Harry L. Fried-
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for the auxiliary will be De-
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* * *

Memorial Service

Jewish War Veterans De-
partment of Michigan will
hold Memorial Day services
10 a.m. May 26 at Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Rabbis Gil-
bert Kollin of Flint and Ir-
ving Schnipper, assisted by
Cantor Hyman Adler, will
officiate. Chairman of Memo-
rial Day observances is Past
Department Commander
Harry Friedman.

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