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July 19, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ex-Young Judeans Recall Helen Kass

Former members of Young
/Judea club Hadar Zion
(Prime of Zion), which was
under the leadership of the
late Helen Kass, will perpe-
ffate her memory with trees
in Israel — a cause that was
particularly dear to her
heart.
Miss Kass, who died last
week at age 67, was the
leader of the girls' Young
\T.Lidea club which functioned

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in the 1930s. In 1934, Miss
Kass paid a visit to then-
Palestine.
COUPLETS 5016 recently
For information on the
fund for JNF, call Evelyn installed as officers Joel Gar-
(Eiselman) Wallace, 399-0079 field, president; Mesdames
Gary Rochlen, Neil Fox,
or 832-8492.
Steven Passon and - Joel Gar-
vice-presidents; James
Real Estate Careers field,
Grey, treasurer; Mesdames
Topic of Free Event John Selesko, Leslie Berlin
A free program, "The and Dennis Simon, secre-
World of Real Estate and taries; and Mrs. Robert
You," will be presented 7:30 Fogel, junior past president.
p.m. Thursday by R e a 1 Installed as trustees were:
Dr. Gary Rochlen, Les Berlin,
Estate One at 1025 E. Maple,
Robert Fogel, Henry Gutter,
Birmingham.
Steven Passon, Jerry Singer, Les
Questions most often asked Schonberg, Mesdames Stanley
Jeffrey Bernstein,
about a career in real estate Alspector,
Melvin Freeman, Michael Gor-
will be answered. For a res- don, James Grey, Morrie Kaplan,
ervation, call manager Jack Gerald Kaufman and Ronald
Rudman.
Bourdon, 646-1600.
* *

TIKVA LODGE will hold
its annual picnic 3 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Mamie
and Lou Barden, 25961 Raine,
Oak Park. Herman Kazdan,
president. This is the 13th

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The Labor Zionist Alliance
Council elected Henry Faigin
chairman for 1974-75.
Other officers are Morris
Lieberman, ,chairman of the
executive committee; Louis
Levine, Morris Lifshay and
Aaron Reitman, vice-chair,
men; Oscar Rappaport,
treasurer; Toby Slabosky,
secretary; and Helen Nai=
mark and Evelyn Noveck,
cultural program committee.
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All-Star Game
Set for Sunday

The Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith. Slow-Pitch Soft-
ball League will hold its first
all-star game 1:15 p.m. Sun-
day at Thompson No. 1 field,
at 10 1/2 Mile and Greenfield
Rds.
League president Marty
Melton, who initiated the all-
star game, listed members
of the teams as follows:

American League
Manager, Doc Levy (Bloch); as-
sistants, Les Berlin (Couplets II)
and Marty Melton (L'Chayim I);
Joe Mink and Mark Weberman
(Bloch); Mitch Simon and Bob
Tarnow (Couplets II); Michael
Rosner and Richard Gothelf (Kei-
dan); George Waters and Erivid
Oliwek (Morenthau); Lenny Taub
and Terry Gladstone (Tucker);
Guy Perry and Jerry Moss (Bran-
deis); Larry Rem and John
Schmidt (Couplets III); Roland
Phillips and Phil Wauldron
Chayitm I); Jeff Miller and Jeff
Lebowitz (Pisgah I); Terry Sha-
piro and Gigi Eisenburg (Zag-,r-
Stone).
National League
Manager; Lenny Carr (Marshall);
assistants, Al Gilbert (Pisgah II)
and Marty Krohner (L'Chayim II);
Hal Michaels and Al Goldstein
(Brotherhood); Glen Sidder and
Howard Stoller .(Detroit); Mike
, Chesik and Ira Auslander
Barry Bean and Brad
Gussin (Pisgah II); Art Selic and
Jerry Starr (Tucker) ; Stan A1-
spector and Ron Myers (Couplets
I); Mitch Robbins and Bruce Ko-
van (Downtown-Fox); Bruce Hoff-
man and Marty Carr (Marshall);
Larry Schan and Gary Rosenthal
(Tikva); and Allan Kaczander and
Keith Kalish (Zager-Stone).

Simon Schwarzberg, elec-
ted president of Shaarit Hap-
laytah (Survivors of 1945),
will be honored at an in-
stallation -dinner 5:30 p.m.
Sunday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
After cocktails, there will
be a 7-course dinner. Frank
Angelo, Detroit Free Press
associate executive editor,
will speak on "A Look at
Detroit and Suburbia." Magi-
cian Avery Gordon will en-
tertain.
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig
will give the invocation and
install the officers; Sally
Fields will dismiss the out-
going administration; Arnold
Einhorn will be master of
ceremonies; and Manuel
Helfman will lead the sing-
ing of the national anthems.
Other officers include Vice
presidents, Jack Waksberg,
Leon Gutman and Max
Drew; treasurer, Herman
Opatowski; secretaries, Sol
Kleinman, Herman Marczak
and Freda Kircidel; and par-
liamentarian, Sally Fields.
Trustees are Helen Balber-
man, Ida Bittker, Larry
Brenners, L_eib Diogenes,
Gedale Elbaum, Pinches
Feldman, Ben Fisk, Herbert
Glogower, Sol Goldman, Mor-
ris Holcman, Herman Klahr,

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Edward Lindson, Eric Rose-
now, Szlomo Slamkiewcz and
Ben Sweet.
Sally Fields is chairman of
the evening.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call Schwarzberg, 557-
1141.

Couples to Sail

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will stage its fifth
annual Bob - Lo moonlight
cruise Wednesday, leaving 8
p.m. from the foot of Wood-
ward. Sammy Woolf will host
the evening. For information,
call Buddy Nathanson, 547-
5935.

When people get green with
envy they're ripe for trouble.

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Other League officers be-
- vfas- president; ti enty
Gutter, secretary; and Mike
Docks, treasurer.
* * *

Following are the team
standings for the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith 1974
M en's Slow-Pitch Softball
League:
AMERIC AN LEAGUE
East
W
L
Bloch
11
0

Couplets II
Keidan
Morganthau
Tucker I
West
Pisgah I
L'Chayim I
Brandeis
Zager-Stone I
Couplets III

9
6
6
4

9
8
7

1

2
5
5
7
L
2
3
4
5
10

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W • L
Pisgah II
7
4
Detroit
5
6
Tucker II
2
9
L'Chayim II
2
9
Brotherhood
2
9
West
L
Marshall
11
0
Downtown Fox
6
5
Tikva
5
6
Zager-Stone II
3
a
Couplets I
0
11

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More than 60 professional
artists and craftsmen from
Michigan, Ohio and Califor-
nia will be featured at the
ART ON THE LAKE festival
10 a.m.-8 p.m., July 28 at
Northfield Hills development
on East Long Lake Rd. in
Troy. In case of rain, the fes-
tival will be held on August 3.

Friday, July 19, 1974-31

Zeiger Lodge Plays
Big Brother to Kids
at Baptist Home

The steak was on the house
for the youngsters of the De-
troit Baptist Children's Home
when the members of Mau-
rice Zeiger Lodge, Bnai
Brith, took them out for din-
ner recently.
Bernard Stahl, president of
Zeiger Lodge, said the 450
members of the lodge treated
the youngsters to the annual
outing as part of a program
it has sponsored over the past
several years.
The lodge has supplied
needed items and provided
holiday gifts to the children
at the Baptist Children's
Home, where some 22 young-
sters are residents.

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