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June 21, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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JNF Salute to Brandwines Expected
to Draw Big Turnout on Monday

Friends of • Morris and Club, prior to his appearance
Matilda Brandwin e are ex- at the dinner.
pected to turn out en masse
The Morris and Matilda
'for the testimonial dinner Brandwine Forest, situated
being tendered by the Jewish in the trouble-haunted Kiryat
National Fund 6:30 p.m. Shemona area, will be estab-
Monday at Cong. Shaarey lished on this occasion,
Zedek.
taking place when communal
The guest speaker, Sen. focus is on the JNF program
Robert Taft Jr., will address of restoring, replanting and
a press conference 4 p.m. rebuilding w a r - damaged
Monday at the Detroit Press areas in Israel.
Brandwine, vitally interest.
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■•■
-I ed in the work of the Jewish
FIRESTONE • National Fund since child-
JEWELRY
hood, has served as presi-
holesale Diamonds & Jewelry
dent of the JNF Council for
. .iounting, Jewelry & R atch Repniiins
three years, was Detroit
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(313) 557-1860
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JNF Summer Houri

YOUR WEDDING
BAR MITZVA

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

The Jewish National Fund
offices will be closed on
Sundays during July and
August. Weekday office hours
remain as usual: Monday
through Thursday, 9 a.m.-5
p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m.-4
p.m.
Sunday hours will be re-
sumed the first Sunday in
September.

AND ASSOCIATES

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foundation's national board.
The Brandwines plan to be
in Israel later in the year,
joined by their three chil-
dren, to dedicate the forest.
According to general dinner
chairman Samuel Frankel,
program participants will in-
clude Cantor Hyman Adler
and Rabbi Solomon Poupko
of Bnai David; Bnai David
past president Max Sosin;
JNF P resident Charles
Milan; Mandell L. Berman,
president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation; Leonard N.
Simons, 1966 JNF honoree;
Max Biber; and Alan E.
Schwartz, chairman of the
executive committee of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Honorary chairmen a r e
Mrs. Morris Adler, Louis
Berry, Irwin I. Cohn, Dr.
William Haber, Dr. and Mrs.
I. Jerome Hauser, Bernard
Isaacs, Leonard N. Simons,
Philip Slomovitz and Paul
Zuckerman.

Installation Set
for Socialites

Detroit Socialites will have
an installation dinner-dance
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Ra-
leigh House. Johnny C and
his Trio will provide music
for dancing.

and His Orchestra

There will be a nominal
charge for attending the
dance only, at 9 p.m. The
public is invited. For infor-
mation, call Mollie Stern,
342-2791, or Shirley Kaner,

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Announced

Harriet Singer to Be
Bride of Mr. Kirsch

*

BLOCH-ROSE AUXILIARY
will hold its first meeting
under its new president 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at the JWV
headquarters. There will be
an ice cream social, and
future programs and service
dates will be discussed. For
information, call the chair-
man, Frances Bloom, 543-
5984, or the president, Belle
Letzer, 557-3372. Members
who were promoted to state
department level are Dorothy
Cohen, treasurer; Gerry
Feldman, patriotic instruc-
tress; Bertha Greenberg,
finance; Lina Burnstein, bud-
get; and Dorothy Goldberg
and Miriam Lawrence, ad-
visory board. They will as-
sume their new offices at
the next state department
meeting on July 10. For in-
formation, call the president,
Belle Letzer, 557-3372.
*

LT. ROY F. GREEN POST
recently installed the follow-
ing officers at its annual in-
stallation: Jerome Fine, com-
mander; Milton Weiss_ and
Ronald Zumberg, vice com-
manders; John Nemon, judge
advocate; Russell Greenebrg,
quartermaster; and Ben Reis,
chaplain.

Brevities

Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

'f roth

The past Ladies Depart-
ment presidents will meet
7:30 Thursday at the Maple
House, Southfield and 10 Mile
Rds. Dinner will be followed
by a business meeting and
election of officers. For in-
formation, call acting chair-
man, Dorothy Goldberg, 548-
6850.

Officers to be installed are
Rose Sherer-,-president; Dave
Glicklin and Bill Sorokin,
vice presidents; Bertha Fein-
berg, Mina Moss and Dolly
Zloto, secretaries; and Shir-
The GERTRUDE KASLE
ley Kaner, treasurer. Alter-
nates are Meyer Green and GALLERY has invited the
Lillian Levison. Board of di- painting and sculpture facul-
ty of the Art School of The
rectors includes:
Society of Arts and Crafts
Hy Benach, Harry Brown, Kay
Goodman, Irving Kane, Ceil Lei- to exhibit work during the
derman, Harry Press, Mollie month of July. The artists
Stern, Peter Steffin, Augusta will be at the opening 3 to
Weinberg and Hilda Wister.
5 p.m., June 28.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 21, 1974-31

Rosenhaw-Rosman

The Southfield Community
Art Association will have its
first ART SHOW AND SALE
Monday through ' June 29 at
Orchard Mall, Maple
'
and
Orchard Lake Rds. Artists
will be on hand to display
and demonstrate their works.
Mall hours are from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m., Monday through
Saturday, with evening hours
Thursday and Friday until 9
p.m.

MISS NANCY ROSENHAUS

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ro-
senhaus of Scotia Ave., Hunt-
ington Woods, announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Nancy Beth, to Howard
Seeman Rosman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Rosman of
Willow Green Ct., Franklin.
Miss Rosenhaus attended
Stephens College and is a sen-
ior at the University of Mich-
igan. Her fiance was gradu-
ated from Harvard Univer-
sity and attends the Univer-
sity of Michigan's medical
school.
A summer wedding is
planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Singer
of Sussex Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Harriet Louise
to Richard Larry Kirsch, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sanf or d
Kirsch of Grand , Concourse
Ave., Southfield.
Mr. Kirsch attends Wayne
State University.

Federation
Junior Division
Elects Officers

MUSIC BY

Edward–A. Lumberg was
elected president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federations' jun-
ior division at its annual
election meeting Tuesday at
the Somerset Recreation
Center.
Other officers are Richard
J. Maddin, chairman of the
executive committee; Dorene
Finer and Neil A. Satovsky,
vice presidents; and Jennifer
Cohen, Bruce Finsilver, John
M. Frank and Gary L. Fried,
members-at-large.
Elected to the board of di-
rectors are: Peter Alter, Jef-
frey Bonin, Alan Finer, Bar-
bara Hillman, Brian J. Kott,
Thomas M. Kukes, Barry S.
Levine, Donna Levine, Nancy
Maddin, Sue Moss, Richard
Roth, Joan Satovsky, Ellen
Schmier, Carol Sole and Jane
Zukin.
Re-elected to the board of
directors were Jennifer Co-
hen, Dorene Finer, Finsilver,
Frank, Fried, David A. Jaffa,
Barry M. Klein, Barbara
Kosit, Jeffrey Kukes, Lum-
berg, Sheri Safran, Kenneth
Safran, Satovsky, Byron E.
Siegel and Sheri Sternberg.

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have to others — and some
owe a lot more than they
have.

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Eleven Southfield students
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