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October 25, 1974 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34 — Friday, October 25, 1974

Reform Synagogues Boost Bond Sales,
Ambassador Anus- Urges Economic Aid
at Testimonial Dinner for Kaufman

Pri m rose Sets
Annual Donor

Primrose Benevolent Club
Israel Ambassador Yesha-
will hold its 40th annual
yahu Anug, head of the over-
donor luncheon noon Nov. 12
seas desk of the Israel for-
at the Raleigh House.
eign ministry, in an address
Committee chairmen i n - in which he reviewed the
elude Sadie Sandler and Rose current situation in his coun-
Bricker, tickets; Inez Metler, try, placed emphasis on the
Ruth Alter and Ray Wein- economic conditions' a n d
man,. prizes; Ceil Mager and urged unstinted assistance in
Irene Rodman journal; Nel- providing support for the
lie Brown, fund raising; embattled nation.
Helen Greenberg, donor; and
Anug spoke at the annual
Mary Nadek, darlings and dinner for Israel Bonds spon-
memoriam.
sored by the Federation of
For donor tickets, call Rose Reform Synagogues of Great-
Bricker, 544-8693, - or Sadie er -Detroit, Sunday evening,
Sandler, 968-8419.
at Raleigh House, honoring
Ira Kaufman.
He who has .a claim for
Pointing to three factors_
money upon his neighbor in world Jewry, the free com-
and knOws the latter is un- munity of the United States,
able to pay, must not cross the enslaved in Russia and
his path. —Talmud the fighters for freedom in
Israel, Anug declared that
the weakening of any one of
them would be disastrous.
He welcomed the report of
an agreement for continuing
an enlarged emigration of
Jews from the USSR and
pointed to the vast sums
needed to carry on the work
of reconstruction. _
Anug, who has held -sever-
al ambassadorial posts rep-
resenting Israel, stated that
while the PLO is given notor-
iety in this country and at
the UN, it is far from influ-
ential in the Middle East. He
asserted that Israel is strong-
er than ever and is able to
withstand attacks from the
threatening Arab nations.
This Italian chef Could have
David Pollack, chairman
had a Jewish mother. Ravioli
of
the Greater Detroit Israel
by Chef Boy-Ar-Deep are as
Bond Committee, speaking
luscious as kreplach. But its
briefly at the conclusion an-
cheese they're bursting with.
nounced that the appeal for
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee' simmers
Israel Bonds that evening
his ravioli in a savory tomato
made by -Leslie Schmier,
sauce, rich with more cheese
brought a response in the
mmmm, ideal for a meat-
amount of 51,540,000. He
less meal! All you have to do
urged increased purchases to
is heat—and watch them eat.
enable this community to at-
Keep plenty handy to make
tain an additional goal of
your family happy when
$3,000,000 before the end of
_they're hungry-in-a-hUrry.
the year towards an Ameri-
can and Canadian goal of
$250,000,000.
Kaufman was presented
with the Israel Prime Minis-
ter's Medal, in appreciation
of his many services to Zion-
ism, Israel, the Israel Bonds
and Allied Jewish Campaign,
the Jewish National Fund
and other causes, by Anug,
the tribute preceding the
presentation was delivered
by Dr. Richard C. Hertz.
Nathan Feldman, the hon-
oree's son-in-law, expressed
the gratitude of the family,
for the recognition given
Kaufan and his wife, Rose.
Appreciation was given Herb-
ert Kaufman, the honoree's

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Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and Women's Sab-
bath League will hold its 54th
annual donor luncheon noon
Wednesday at the yeshiva
building, announces Mrs. Leo
Laufer, president.
Rabbi Samuel Prero of
Young Israel of Greenfield
will be guest speaker. Mrs.
Joshua Sperka is chairman
of the day. Co-chairman are
Mesdames Jean Kaplan and
Frances Cutler. Clara Stul-
berg is donor chairman, Tillie
Epstein and Ruth Stark, fund
raising; and Sylvia Hausman,
tickets. Mrs. Norman Cattier
will sponsor the luncheon.

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Photography

Weddings - Bar Mitzvoi
Social Events

Sylvia Faigelman will de-
liver the invocation. Hos-
647-5731
tesses are Mesdames Sarah
Eves. and Weds.
Sklar, Mollie Biegler, Becky
Jack Drapkin
Cohen and Hannah Green-
year to $150,000.
(
851-2671
Rabbi H. Philip Berkowitz baum.
Over 30 Years
of Pontiac paid honor to for-
mer Reform congregations'
honorees.
Anug was introduced by
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum. -
Spokesman for several of
the Reform congregational
affiliates announced organi-
zational Bond purchases.
Program participants also
The Modern Sound of Distinction
included Rabbi David Hach-
en, regional director of the
From Solo Piano to Large Orchestra
North East Council of the
Union of American Hebrew
546-7558
MARTIN KOSINS
Congregations; Mrs. Robert
Canvasser, vice president of
the Reform synagogues' fed-
eration, Cantor Norman R6se
and Rabbi M. Robert Syme.
Accepting the award and
citations, Ka u f man ex-
pressed gratitude for many
communal friendships in his
reply to the encomia.

An Israel Bond dinner Sunday honoring Ira Kaufman,
netted $1,540,000. Shown are, from left, Nathan Feldman,
dinner chairman; Kaufman, guest speaker; Ambassador
Yeshayahu Anug; and Maxwell Jospey, dinner co-chairman.

son, for his labors in behalf
of the dinner committee. It
was noted that Kaufman's
13 grandchildren were in the
audience.
Mayor Donald Fracassi of
Southfield sent a proclama-
tion to the dinner declaring
Oct. 20 Southfield Ira Kauf-
man Day. The presentation
of the proclamation was
made by Southfield Council
President Steve Hurite, who
was accompanied by Coun-
cilman John Markowski.
They also presented Kauf-
man the Seal to the City of
Southfield.
Greeting the gathering in
behalf of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and the United
Jewish Charities, Alfred
Deutsch, UJC president, an-
nounced a S50,000 UJC Israel
gond purchase, boosting the
UJC Bond Purchases for the

MRS. LEO LAUFER

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president is Jeanna Tauber.
(Continued from Page 33)
BETH EL SISTERHOOD Flair committee includes
Myra Pasman, Bernice Switzen,
will have a meeting noon Evelyne Wolf, Rose Lieberman,
Nov. 5 at the temple. Carol Lois - Shiffman, Mildred Berry.
Mildred Roth, Phyllis Steinberg,
Schwartz, wife of Rabbi Dan- Nena
Dillick. Dorothy limerrnan,
nel I. Schwartz, will demon- Claire Bloom, Boobbi Toll • and
Beryl
Winkelman.
strate how to make halla.
For information, call Barbara
There also will be a candle-
Moretsky-; 358-4326.
making demonstration. For
reservations, c a 1 1 Laurie
WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
Graff, 626-0977.
LEM ORGANIZATION will
PRIMROSE BENEVO- hold its honor 'roll luncheon
LENT CLUB will have a noon Monday at the Shiawas-
meeting noon Wednesday at see Hotel. Games will follow.
the Whitehall Apts. club For information, call Mrs.
house. Reports on the donor Albert Stone, 577-8645, or
will be given, and refresh- Mrs. Henry Schwartz, 577-
7634.
ments will be served.
* *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
GREATER DETROIT SEC-
TION, National Council of WOODS SISTERHOOD will
Jewish Women, will have a meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
"Flair on Wheels" program at the synagogue. Dr. Eu-
to see a Detroit Symphony gene V. Perrin, pathologist
Orchestra rehearsal begin- and genetic counselor, will
ning 11:30 a.m.,Nov. 6 at speak on "Diseases of the
the council office. Refresh- Jew." Guests are invited.
ments will be served. A bus
will leave from the coun-
Whoever has it in his pow-
cil office at 12:15. Flair er to pray on behalf of his
chairperson is Barbara neighbor and fails to do so
Grant. Membership vice is called a sinner.—Talmud

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Mrs. Celia Liberman of S. Montmartre Ct., Oak Park,
was honored recently by her children Messrs. and Mes-
dames Harold Hurvitz, Samuel Hurvitz and Manuel Rosen-
baum, at a family dinner in the home of the Harold Hurvitzes
on the occasion of her 80th birthday.

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