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October 01, 1976 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, October 1, 1976

The Berezhnitzer Landsmanshaft
Dissolved, Donates to Many Causes

Cantor SAMUEL

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GREENBAUM
MOHEL

Certified

One of the very promi-
nent Detroit Landsman-
shaften ended nearly a
half century of services to
world Jewry • and the
Jewish community of De-
troit.
The Berezhnitzer Aid
Society was officially dis-
solved Sept. 16 at a spe-
cial meeting.
The beneficiaries of the

Serving Homes & Hospitals

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REV. HERSHL

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Certified Mohel

557-0888

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557-7629

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

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Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

557-9666

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GOLDMAN

Expert Mohel

Serving hospitals and Homes

LI 2-4444

Births

Sept. 21 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Glinter (Paula
Cohen), former Detroit-
ers of Fountain Valley,
Calif., a son, Michael
Anthony.
* * *
Sept. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Kovslcey
(Anne Cwagenberg),
18905 Carmona, South-
field, a daughter, Suzan
Mara.
* * *
Sept. 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ellman
(Peggy Barris) of Bir-

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BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS

Children's Haircuts ..... $2 50
$400
Shampoo & Set
....
Tints ............... $10°°
Frostings & Streakings . . .$1500
Men's Haircut & Blow Dry $5oo

Call

Society's remaining as-
sets of about $6,200 will be
distributed to the Allied
Jewish Campaign, Bar-
Ilan University,
Yeshivath Beth Yehuda,
Jewish National Fund,
Lubavitcher Center,
Akiva Hebrew Day
School, American Miz-
rachi, Pioneer Women
and various hospitals and

MINDY

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Mary's Beauty Salon 13805 W. 9 Mile Rd.

mingham, a son, Jeffrey
Barris.
* *
Sept. 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Sitron (Rita
Keller), 14410 LaBelle,
Oak Park, a son, Neil
Michael.
* * *
Sept. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Serling
(Elaine Stone), 29278
Franklin Hills, South-
field, a daughter, Dana
Joann.
* * *
Sept. 8 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Gary Damrauer
(Ilene Sperling), 20170
Ledgestone, Southfield, a
son, Scott Michael.
* * *
Sept. 3 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Myerson (Su-
san Cohen), 14250 Talbot,
Oak Park, a daughter,
Marla Beth.

Aug. 30 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Geoffrey A. Trivax
(Valerie Hoffman), 28129
Franklin Rd., Southfield,
a son, Cory Zachary.

Playwright to See
Bonstelle Drama

Playwright Leslie Lee
will attend the Bonstelle
Theatre's production of
his critically acclaimed
drama, "The First Breeze
of Summer," inaugurat-
ing the season's Bonstelle
Theatre series, Oct. 15-
24.
Set in the home of a
black, middle-class family
during a hot summer
weekend, playwright Lee
examines the relation-
ships among three gener-
ations, each wrestling
with its own particular
problems.
Reserved seats are on
sale at the Wayne State
University Box Office,
Hilberry Theatre (Cass
and Hancock), Detroit
48202. For telephone re-
servations, call 577-2960.

FINE HANDBAGS & TRAVEL. ACCESSORIES
LUGGAGE
FOR MEN & WOMEN

HAPPY NEW YEAR

To You & Yours

homes for the -aged in Is-
rael.
Members attending the
final meeting were Presi-
dent and Mrs. Meyer
Terebelo, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Terebelo, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Weinstock, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph H. Pe-
yen, Mrs. Jennie Cohl,
Mrs. Sylvia Knoppow,
Mrs. Fannie Koss, Mrs.
Helen Steinmetz, Mrs.
Edith Baker, and Mrs.
Rose Siegel.

Be beforehand in the salu-
tation of peace to all men.
Aboth

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A VERY HEALTHY & HAPPY
NEW YEAR

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Zionists Revisionists of Detroit

fresents Community Wide

- Jabotinsky

Evening

In Memory of the Greatest
Jewish Leader of Our Times

Young Israel Center 24061 Coolidge, Oak Park
Sat., Oct. 2nd, 9 p.m.

Guest: Rabbi Milton Arm
Topic: New Middle East Situation
Israeli Movies Shown

Cantor Hyman Adler and Eric Rosenow
will bring you a fine Israeli Program
Food and Drinks Served

We Wish You A Happy New Year

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Argentina Terror
Warning Issued

NEW YORK — Citing a
volatile situation in Latin
America, the president of
the Labor Zionist Al-
liance alerted American
.Jewry to this as well as
other challenges facing it
in the coming months.
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro
said thac the chaotic con-
ditions in Argentina since
March when the military
junta took over have re-
sulted in killings of hun-
dreds of people including
Jews; bombing of Jewish
synagogues; and the pub-
lishing of anti-Semitic lit-
erature.
In a talk before the
Labor Zionist leaders
from throughout the U.S.
arid Canada, Dr. Shapiro
called for the strengthen-
ing of the Labor Zionist
Alliance in order to make
it possible for his organi-
zation to continue to meet
the challenges and tasks
which the Jewish people
will face.

358-3642

25 years experience

Histadrut Drive
Chairman Picked

Morris Lieberman was
elected chairman of the
1976-1977 Histadrut
campaign. Other officers
are Morris A. Lifshay,
executive chairman;
Nathan P. Rossen, trea-
surer; Hyman Lipsitz, as-
sociate treasurer; and
Evelyn Noveck, secret-
ary.
Vice chairmen are
Norman Cottler, Philip
D. Goldstein, Frieda
Leemon, Abram Medow,
Steve Medow,- Ruth Mil-
ler, Adele Mondry, Irving
Emma
Pokempner,
William
Schaver,
Schumer, Isadore L.
Shrodeck, Paul Silver and
Paul Sislin.
Division chairmen for
the campaign will repre-
sent the Labor Zionist Al-
liance, Pioneer Women
organizations, special
projects, business and
professions, trade un-
ions, the Histadrut
Foundation, Histadrut
Associates, Michigan
Trade Union Council for
Histadrut and the cam-
paign council.

MACK PITT
and
His Orchestra

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