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July 19, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-19

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30—Friday, July 19, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Briefs

ERICH HUEMER is the and Troy Citizens for Qual-
newly appointed director of ity Education.
food and beverage operations
* * *
at the TROY HILTON
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ
HOTEL. Huemer comes to AGENCY is representing the
the Troy Hilton with a back- belly dancer Scorpiona, who
ground of international ex- is offering dance classes to
perience. A native Austrian, groups of five or more. The
Huemer has done everything one-hour lessons are ar-
from waiting tables in ranged at your home and
France to working as stew- continue for 10 weeks. Figure
ard aboard a Swedish- control and food suggestions
American cruise ship.
are featured, in addition to
*
belly dancing. Call 356-8525
ROBERT A. WELTMAN for details.
* * *
has been appointed vice-
president at the MICHIGAN
Cabin
Creek
Store
NATIONAL BANK-NORTH
METRO. He will be respon- Sells Unique Crafts
sbile for new business de-
Wendy Blau, a former
velopment and administra- VISTA volunteer who work-
tion of accounts for the bank. ed with the people of Ap-
Weltman is a member of the palachia, has opened a shop
Banks Marketing Council in Birmingham which carries
the handicrafts of these tal-
ented craftsmen of West
Virginia.
The. Cabin Creek quilting
co-op began with one mem-
ber and the encouragement
of a young group of VISTA
volunteers in 1970. It now
is an organization with well
over 100 women covering a
territory of several counties.
Purpose of the co-op was to
help develop the economy of
the people by marketing the
quilts that are a part of Ap-
palachian tradition.
Other crafts which will be
sold at the Cabin Creek
store, 369 E. Maple, are pil-
lows, tablecloths, placemats,
aprons, purses and patch-
work animals. Wooden toys,
hand-crafted by a group of
When the meeting keeps
mentally retarded children
you late, that's the time to
in Charleston, W. Va., also
be happy for a complete
are on sale, as are handmade
Spaghetti Dinner—thanks to
Chef Boy-Ar-Deee. In 15
cedar bucket s, wooden
minutes flat you can have a
spoons and walnut rocking
platter of piping hot home-
horses.
style spaghetti on the table
For information, call Miss
for your family. It's all in
Blau, 642-9696.
one pack: the spaghetti, to

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COMPLETE
SPAGHETTI
DINNER

cook up just right. The lush
mushroom sauce, wafting a
fragrant promise as you
heat it up. The grated
cheese, to finish off such a
h-aimische dish! Keep
plenty handy.

Honor
Earl Warren

MRS. ROBERT HACK

MR. AND MRS. WEISMAN

Dorothy Charlotte _ Robin-
son, daughter of the Irving
Robinsons of Plantation, Fla.,
was married to Robert Mil-
ton Hack in an evening cere-
mony at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue.
Mr. Hack is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Hack of
Hunters Dr., Farmington.
Following a honeymoon in
Europe, the couple will make
their home in Troy.
Rabbi Jacob Segal and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel of-
ficiated at the ceremony, for
which the bride wore a chif-
fon gown and waist-length
mantilla of Alencon lace.
Pleated chiffon sleeves and
accents of pearled re-em-
broidered matching lace at
the cuff, waist and neckline
highlighted the gown. The
bride carried Cymbidium
orchids, sweetheart roses
and Stephanotis.
The bride's sister, Ellen
Robinson, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Linda
Hack and Patricia Gregory.
Beverly Hack was ' junior
bridesmaid.
Lawrence Hack was his
brother's best man, and
ushers were Jerome and Jef-
frey Hack and junior usher
Anthony Hack.

Samuel and Lottie Weisman
of Northgate Blvd., Oak Park,
were honored on their 50th
wedding anniversary July 7
at a brunch given by their
children at the Raleigh
House.
Hosts were Bernice and Al-
fred Riskin and Gerald and
Gail Weisman. Guests in-
cluded the Weismans' f iv e
grandchildren, relatives and
close friends.
Mr. Weisman's activity in
the Jewish community began
in 1916 with the People's Re-
lief for Jewish War Sufferers.
During the early 1920s, he
was president of the Educa-
tional Alliance and during
World War II was secretary
of the central committee of
the United Landsmanshaften.
Mr. Weisman has been a
worker for the Allied Jewish
Campaign since its inception
and has been a member of
Pisgah Lodge, Bnai Brith,
for 25 years.
Business representative for
18 years of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America,
he has held high office in the
Amalgamated, including pres-
ident of its joint board, sec-
retary-chairman of the edu-
cational committee and
currently president of its re-
tirees' club.
Mrs. Weisman is a mem-
ber of Kinneret Chapter, Pio-
neer Women, has been a
volunteer at Sinai Hospital
and raised funds for cancer
and heart research.
Mr. Weisman arrived in
Detroit in 1912 as a 13-year-
old boy from Russia. Mrs.
Weisman came from Russia,
in 1921.

Tisha b'Av Appeal Made by JNF

The traditional Synagogue for the reading of the Book of
Tisha b'Av Appeal for con- Lamantations."
tributions to the Jewish Na-
Another reason for the ap-
tional Fund land reclamation peal on Tisha b'Av vas ex-
program will be made July pressed by Charles Milan,
27 and 28.
JNF president: "It is most
According to Phillip Stoll- fitting that 19 centuries later
man, chairman of the -JNF such an appeal be made
religious groups committee, when Israel's forests and
the 9th. of Av, a fast day lands have again been rav-
commemorating the destruc- aged by the bombs and rock-
tion of the Temple and the ets of the enemy. Now more
'capture of Judea by the than any other time, Israel
Romans in the year 70, is is in need of our support in
'tan appropriate time to con- rebuilding, replanting, re-
vey the message of the state strong, and, of course, more
of Israel, its people, its reclaiming."
struggles and its triumphs to
The forests planted by
the congregants who are JNF, covering many parts of
gathered in the synagogues Israel, have been invaluable
for security reasons,- Milan
noted. Miles of roads built by
y e m ait c s t. •• v
8,KopsohueirtrM
JNF have formed a network
across the country, and the
border settlements carved
out on JNF land have pro-
vided a first line of defense.
WILL BE CLOSED FOR 2 WEEKS
Stollm an requested that
STARTING SUNDAY, JULY 28TH
rabbis and synagogue lay
leaders throughout Michigan
WILL OPEN AGAIN SUNDAY, AUGUST 11TH
carry out the JNF Tisha
PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY
b'Av appeal.
THANK YOU

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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Platt
of Karen Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Phyllis Beth
to Benjamin Jesselson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Jes-
selson of Riverdale, N.Y.
Miss Platt, who received
her dental assistant certifi-
cate from the University of
Detroit, is attending Hebrew
Nothing is free — even P
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earned it.
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They plan_ to marry in the
fall.
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Gov't. Energy Office
Handles All Queries

Mark N. Silverman, acting
regional administrator for
the Federal Energy Office,
-Region V, reminded the pub-
lice that on July 1, the FEO
took over coMpliance and
enforcement responsibilities,
as well as energy inquiries
previously handled by the
Internal Revenue Service.
Although the IRS will no
n g e r participate in the
energy program, petroleum
price controls remain in
effect and the duties for-
merly performed by the IRS
will be assumed by the Fed-
eral Energy Administration.
Inquiries on the energy
program, regulations and
allocations, or reports on an
alleged energy violation may
OPTIMISTIC VIEW
If you snarl, misfortune be directed to the nearest
office of the Federal Energy
may grin at you — grin and Administration, Region 5,
perhaps misfortune will un- Federal Office Building, Rm.
snarl.
1022, Detroit 48226 (226-3265).

Numerous national Jewiq
organizations joined in pay
ing tribute to the memory
the late Chief Justice Earl
Warren.
The Jewish Theological
Seminary honored the ler.
jurist, recalling his interest
in the seminary and his
tieipation in some of its func,
tions.
The Anti-Defamatiori
League of Bnai Brith, in
message of condo? tr
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Mrs. Warren, reca,
he was the recipient of thE
American Democratic Legoe,
Award of ADL in 1970.
At the funeral service ir
Washington, last Friday
those officiating includei
Rabbi Alvin Fine, professor
of humanities at San Fran
cisco State University, wile
read Psalm 91 in addition tc
paying honor to the jurist ac
"one of the giants of our
generation."

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