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February 18, 1955 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-02-18

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Nickels and Dimes from Youngsters
To Aid Children ImMigrate to Israel

Detroit children can lend a
helping hand to Jewish children
in many far-off lands, and have
a good time as a reward, an-
nounces Mrs. Gerson Berris,
president of the Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women.
coin
By filling attractive
books with nickels, dimes and
quarters f o r World Jewish
Child's Day, Mrs. Berris 'ex-
plains, youngsters will be help-
ing to transport children from

PO/ Activities

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY of JWV announces
a smorgasbord party on Monday.
evening at the home of Rose
Goodman, 18433 Sussex. The
group is also completing plans
for a party on March 5 at Dear-
born Hospital. Further informa-
tion may be obtained by calling
VE. 6-2987 or Faye Katz, presi-
dent, VE. 7-3107.
* * *
LAWRENCE H. JONES AUX-
ILIARY recently presented a
flag to Scout Troop 812, states
Dorothy Brown, president. Jean
Brose made the presentation.
* * .*
Bertha Schaap, president of
DETROIT AUXILIARY, an-
nounces that a luncheon and
games party is planned for
12:30 p.m., March 2, in the Me-
morial Home. A paid-up mem-
bership luncheon is currently
being planned. For information,
call Tess Kominar, membership
chairman, WE. 4-2369.
* * *
Lt. ROY F. GREEN AUXILI-
ARY presented a flag to Mac-
Culloch School in ceremonies
Wednesday, at which Gertrude
Left, patriotic instructress, of-
ficiated. The annual Military
Ball party is slated for Tuesday
evening, at the home of Ruth
Weiss, junior vice-president,
20058 Stansbury. Contributions
of over $5 will constitute ad-
mission.
* * *
YETZ-COHEN LADIES AUX-
MIARY will meet Monday at
the Memorial Home. Hostesses
will be Betty Spinner and Jes-
sica Raben.
* * *
Mrs. Helen Berger, program
chairman of Sgt. MORTON A.
SILVERMAN Auxiliary, an-
nounces a card party to be held
at 9 p.m., Wednesday at the
Memorial Home. There will be
refreshments and prizes. All
proceeds will go to aid cerebral
palsied children and aid to
Israel.
* * *
SHOLOM POST and AUXILI-
ARY will meet jointly at 8:30
p.m., Thursday, in the Memorial
Home. Bill and Joyce Richards,
of the Richard's Dance Studio,
will instruct members in mombo
steps.
* * *
CHARLES AND AARON KO-
GAN AUXILIARY will sponsor a
party for youngsters in the Juve-
nile Detention Home on Sunday
afternoon. .Mrs. Sander Bell is
chairman. A joint social will be
held with the Pfc. JOSEPH L.
BALE AUXILIARY Thursday
evening, at the Memorial Home.
Cancer pads will be sewn. For
information, call Mrs. Louis
Buch, TE. 4-7072.

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hostile countries into • Israel
where they will be fed, clothed
and educated.
The reward for each filled
book will be a ticket of admis-
sion to a party sponsored by
Pioneer Women, to 'be held
March 13, in the social hall of
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Harriet Berg, assistant direc-
tor of the Wayne University
Dance Workshop, will be mis-
tress of ceremonies at the party.
She will entertain' the children
and introduce local personali-
ties, including Milky, the Twin
Pines Clown, who will perform
his magic tricks with a child
from the audience who will be
picked from a photograph he
submits.
Gary Jennings and his pup-
pets will be featured in a special
children's play, and members of
the Habonim dance group will
demonstrate Israeli dances. The
meaning of World Jewish.Child's
Day will be enacted by students
of the United Jewish Folk
Schools.
Mrs: James Brindze, chairman
of World Jewish Child's Day
for Pioneer Women, announces
that coin books may be obtained
from the Council office, 11818
Dexter:1, Information on the "coin
books or submitting photographs
of youngsters to be Milky's help-
er can be obtained by calling
TO. 9-7180.
Assisting Mrs. Brindze in
planning Child's . Day are Mes-
dames Jack Abramson and Jack
Gosman. To raise funds for
Youth Aliyah, Pioneer Women
also will hold a cannister drive
on 'March 20 and a Spring Ball
on March 23, at the Veterans
Memorial Bldg.

Beth Aaron Affiliates
Schedule Joint Program
For Music Month, Purim

In celebration of Jewish Music
Month and Purim, Beth Aaron
Sisterhood and Men's Club will
present an evening of entertain-
ment at 8:15 p.m., Feb. 27, in the
synagogue social hall.
The program, under the direc-
tion of Cantor Judah Goldring,
will consist of
liturgical, Yid-
dish and Israeli ,
music.
A 12-voice pro-
fessional choir
will perform
Compositions by
Z. Zilberts, M.
21elfman, J.
Goldring and J.
L. Wasilkowsky.
Music of con-
Cantor Goldring temporary Am-
erican and Israeli composers will
be sung as_ solos by Lama Shet-
zer' Gloria Plotnik, Florence
Goldring and Max Miller, ac-
companied at the piano by Wal-
ter Levine.
"Fun and Frolic" is the theme
of a Purim comic operetta to
be performed by members of the
Sisterhood a n d Men's Club.
Technical direction and script
editing has been done by Mrs.
Albert Kaplan, with musical and
stage direction by Mrs. Judah
Goldring.
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick
will offer an appropriate com-
mentary.
Purim refreshments will be
served upon the conclusion of
the program. Proceeds will be
presented to the Cantors' Insti-
tute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary.

Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Plans Anniversary Banquet

The Vaad Horabonim. Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis of De-
troit, has named Rabbi Leizer
Levin chairman of the commit-
tee for its 18th anniversary ban-
quet on April 20. A banquet
sponsorship committee of promi-
nent comrriunal leaders is now
being formed.
In connection with the occa-
sion a Rabbinical Journal will
be issued, with Rabbi Isaac
Stollman as editor of the Yid-
dish section and Rabbi Joshua
Sperka, chairman of the journal
committee, as editor of the Eng-

hsh •section.

(__i

Droste-Sylvan

1 2I—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 18, 1955

agementi

The engagement of Delphine
Sylvia Lorig, daughter of Mrs.
Hattie Lorig, of LaSalle Blvd.,
and the late Mr. Julius Lorig, to
Edwin S. Glanz, of Greenlawn
Ave., was recently announced.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Bern-
baum announce the engagement
of their daughter; Harriet Alice,
to Irvel A. Newman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry H. Newman. An
early spring wedding is planned.

Feinberg Represents
APIS o t MSC Events

.

Charles E. Feinberg represent-
ed the American Jewish His-
torical Society at the centennial
celebration of Michigan State
College, in East Lansing, last

Saturday.

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Orchestras -- Entertainment

Rabbi Syme, Dr. Levey to Join
in Wayne U. Religious Week

MISS NORETTE DROSTE

An August wedding is planned
by Norette Honorah Droste and
Sol C. Sylvan, whose engage-
ment was announced recently
by the bride-elect's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman J. Droste, of
Greenlawn Ave.
Mr. Sylvan, a senior at Wayne
University, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sylvan, of Roslyn Rd.'
Miss Droste attended Michigan
State College, and is now a jun-
ior at Wayne U.

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Rabbi M. Robert Syme, of De-
troit's Temple Israel, and Dr.
Irving Levey, Hillel director of
Princeton University, will be ma-
jor speakers at the third annual
Religion in Life Week sponsored
by Wayne University, Feb. 27 to
March 3.
The Jewish leaders will be
joined by 17 other lay and cleri-
cal leaders in panel discussions,
classroom appearances and per-
sonal conferences. Valerie Latt,
of Hillel Foundatio:. at Wayne,
is one of the student vice-chair-
men of the week-long program.

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Three freshmen, Allan Calt,
Henry Moses and Norman Rot-
ter, and sophomore Robert
Greenberger are new committee
members of the Michigan Union
Student office staff.
- Stewart Shear, membership
campaign chairman, feels that
the committees offer members
an excellent opportunity for
business and leadership train-
ing. Most current activity is
"Gulantics," the all - campus,
Union-Women's League talent
review to be held Feb. 26.
Approximately 50 U of M stu-
dents, graduates of Shaarey
Zedek, attended the second an-
nual alumni reunion dinner Feb.
9, at Hillel. Arriving in Ann Ar-
bor for the Reunion were Asso-
ciate Rabbi Milton Arm, Presi-
dent Dr: Leonard Sidlow, Vice-
President Hyman Safran and
Educational Director Elliott
Schwartz.
Also attending were Mesdames
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Ben Chinitz, Ted Mandell, Leo
Weiner, Leonard Sidlow, Dan
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Student arrangements were
handled by Avram Charlip, as-
sisted by Ruthe Ellen Katzman,
Sharon Kass and Elissa Panush.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Anna
Zimmerman acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent be-
reavement. Our special thanks
to Rabbi Jacob Segal for his
gentle guidance and devotion to
the family in this hour of need.

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