To Wed in October Elect Dr. Morris Mintz
Tales Out of Scho
Friday, May 20, 1955
To Head Maimonides
Maimonides Medical Society,
meeting for the final time this
pear, : elected Dr. .Morris Mintz
president, to head activities for
the 1955-56 term. Voted into of-
fice with him :were:
Drs. Milton Steinhardt, 'vice-
president; Adolf W. Lowe, sec-
retary; and Julian Stern, treas-
The society voted unanimous-
ly to pass a resolution commend-
ing Dr. Jonas Salk for "his ex-
cellent work in developing the
serum for poliomyelitis."
Dr. Herbert Cohen; retiring
president, reviewed the progress!
of the organization in, what he
termed "it's reactivated social
and medical: status." A social
hour and discussion followed.
"The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees
16—DETROIT JEWISH NEW S
(One of Detroit's
Most Popular Violinsts)
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
NOW AVAIL ABLE
FOR ANY ENGAGEMENTS
Violin - Sax - Piano - Drums - Vocal
Plastic Furniture Covers
MADE TO ORDER 011
CALL ANNA KARBAL
SEPARATE CUSHION COVERS $1 UP
Spring and music were In t he The Mumford Senior Trip to
air as Central put on its arm. ual Washington last weekend was
spring festival. The conce rt, an eperience not many will
which took place in the sch ool forget. I will try to sum up the'
Popsicles, Fudgcicles, 75c doz.
auditorium, featured membe rs four wonderful days.
of the vocal and instriunen tall May 11„ Mumfordites, met at
Beef,.Veal, Lamb—Frozen Foods
Michigan Central to receive last
The highlights of the program minute details. We were off.
MISS SALLIE GINSBURG
were "The Creation," and "Give
Arriving in Washington th
Candids and 3D's
re Yobr Poor." Vo- next morning with hardly a e
Me Your Tired,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gins-
cal soloists were Robert Rizner, wink of sleep, we boarded sight burg, of Oakman Blvd., an-.
Hat tie Butler, Estelle Londer seeing buses headed for Anna nounce the engagement •of their
and Herbert Carrie. Instrumen- polis, home of the United State s daughter, Sallie, to Edward R.
tal soloists were Sharon Bern- Naval Academy. Luncheon a t Weller, son of Mrs. Samuel Well-
stein, Jerry Kazd.an, Howa rd Carvel Hall, after which we re- er, of Wildemere Ave., and the AsswiarrimplasemoNsiv
Ellis, Connor Lazarov; Sheld on turned to Washington and tour- late Mr. Weller. The couple is
Thousands of Women Say--
Berry and Joyce and Joa n ed the Congressional Library and planning an October wedding.-
* * *
Friday the 13th began with a
Learn to drive. Free Pickup. Pee
Once again Centralites became
Permit needed. Jewish and Eng-
the faculty of the school at tour through the FBI, home of
lish speaking instructors.
Council-sponsored Student Da
Shirts 'Beautifully Laundered"
y. Lincoln Memorial. After lunch
Stepping into the office and r e-
Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILIARY, a t
sponsibilities of Miss Berth w toured the Bureau of En-
Robinson, principal, was Ronn a graving and Printing. An excit- its recent installation with the
RECORDINGS MADE OF
Horwitz, president of the Stu y
-• trig evening followed with din- Post, inducted the following new.
Weddings, Bar-Mitzvahs, etc.
ner at the famous Casino Royal
Listen to that memorable event
throughout the years.
where Frankie Lane was ap- officers:, Janey. ,Remer, presi-
Acting as assistant principal pearing. A night tour then in- dent; Ruby Tompkins and-Reva
A FINE GIFT!
In place of Mr. William' Arba.ugh cluded the Washington monu- Snyder, vice-presidents; Ida
Kushner, treasurer; Dora Feld-
was Jerry Rakotz, president of ment and national airport.
Messer, patriotic instructress;
the senior class. Each class
Our last day in Washington Jeanne Pplansky, chaplain; Ida
voted for its own teacher and
each study hall counselor select- was, full of tours — the famous Phillips, conductress; Gloria
ed one student .to take his place. Smithsonian Institute and New Kersh, historian; Ruth Goldsher
Museum, Arlington, Alexandria guard; ROsalind Weisman and
Awards aplenty have been and Mt. Vernon and the Tomb Evelyn Anchill, secretaries; Lau-
SUNDAY, MAY 22nd.
Coining Central's way the past of the Unknown Soldier. Short- ba Lupiloff, Gertriide Hoberra-an
few weeks. Linda Rairnii has ly afterwards we arrived at the Florence-Marshall, trustees. Lou-
ba Lupiloff was elected first
been awarded $10 for her 'entry station and returned home.
president of the newly-formed
in the Walker Poster Contest.
The. Student Council Election Allied Veterans Council Auxili-
(Formerly Worked 5 Years at
Cleo Griffen emerged victorious
Morris Levy's Market, 12170 Dexter)
from the essay contest on "What committee, underthe leadership ary. The group will meet •ues-
Civil Defense Means to . Me." of Nan Scholnick and Joni Han- day evening, in t h e 1VIemorial
OPERATING NOW MYSELF AT
Placing in the annual •Herst dleman have thrown t h e last Home. Reva Snyder and Ruby
ballot into the basket, as final Tompkins will be . hostes,ses,
Contest was Alan Rosenthal.
elections ended Wednesday.
Between Tuxedo and Webb
In an impressive ceremony
SHOLOM AUXILIARY will
Doing a 'wonderfult,-job in help-
honoring those who gave their ing with the elections were: hold its annual installation
lives to saves ours, 'Lites Alicia Dick Pollinger, Steve Gorlick, ceremony at 8 p.m., May 29, in
Margolis, Jim Lafferty and Janice Cohen, Mike . Eiserunan, the Meinorial Home. , A cocktail
Gloria Manela delivered Original Walter Dishell, Sony Rodman, hour and hors d'ouvres will be
•RABBI MORRIS J. BOBROWSKY
speeches. Alan Aria led the as- Sybil Golden, Sue Bloom, Har- featured. Officers to be installed
sembly in prayer. The Memorial very Lapides, Sy Surnow, Barry are Bea Weinstein, president;
Day program was concluded with Samuels, Henry Lee, Mike Parr, Esther Goldnia.n and Helen Ja-
the playing of taps.
Arlene, 'Schacter, Jeff :Mandell cobs, vice-presidents; Molly
°Lite8 and their • friends . and and Din Snyder. Election re-
relatives were "Bobbin with turns Wig be announced next itz, Esther Siegel and Rose Wein-
CALL NOW FOR YOUR
trob, secretaries; Annette Lip-
Robin" at the annual Fun Fair week.
man, historian; Wyn Landis,
sponsored through the joint co-
Calling a 1 I Munifordites-- conductress; Leah Hoffman,
operation of the Student Council Mumford's first Spring Carnival, chaplain;
Dorothy Goldstein, pa-
For the finest in kosher
and the PTA.
in the school gymnasium, Sat- triotic instructress; Esther Kru-
Strictly Kosher Catering
. • none co*
Proceeds will buy two micro- urday night. - There'll be :tun for gel, Theda Levy, Edith Rosner
scopes, a section of bleachers and
and Lola Gruber, trustees.
iN BEAUTIFUL BEL-AIRE TERRACE
a a *-
possibly two citizenship scholar-
ROOM . also in synagogues, or where
ships for - students. Ronnie Hor-
Pfc. JOSEPH L. BALE POST
witz, president ' of the student
will feature a program of enter-
council, and Mr. Janes Rachleff,
tainment and refreshments at
PTA chairman, 'arranged the
its installation event at 8:30
* * *
son J. Seder (Thelma Berman), Home. Members are asked to sell
`4It" has come and.gone. Gokla of 2635 Cortland, a --daughter, poppies Thursday evening, May
AMPLE PARKING IN REAR
Myerson BBG, in cooperation Rhonda Beth.
26 and during the day May 27.
Approved by Vaaci Harabonion
with Wise AZA and Maccabees
For .further information, call
YM, presented a joint fund-
May 10—To Mr. `and Mrs. Ber- newly-elected commander Eliot
raising carnival called "It." The n-rd Manischewitz, of 101 Cen- Raskin, LI. 6-2838, or retiring
event included roller skating, tral Park West, New York, a commander Sidney Cohen, LI.
Swimming, and dancing to the daughter, Edith.
music of Jimmy Wayne's band.
* * *
May 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome ZuCkerman (Maida Silver- given last Sunday by Lt. ROY
of 8920 Oak Park Blvd., F. GREEN- POST and AUXIL-
Rev. Yehudah Loewy man),
Oak Park, Mich., . a son, Joel IARY in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Greenberg, parents - of the
HospRals and Hotnei
young man after whom the units
THE PURCHASE OF THE NEWEST, MOST
May 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Nat are named. a
MODERN JEWISH :CAMP IN
3761 HUMPHREY AVE
Bressler (Annabelle Germansky).
Recently installed as officers
a son, Carl.
* * *
in the LAWRENCE H. JONES
May 1—To Mr. and Mrs:Rob- POST are.Jules•J,,Sanders, com-
RABBI LEO Y.
4 LAKES , 240 ACRES
ert Burk (Rema Goldman), of mander; Irving I. Palman and
Kentucky • Ave., "a son, Gerald Morris Shaw, vice-commanders;
FOR ALL SPORTS, OUTDOOR"
Harry Nathan, adjutant; Nath-
AND INDOOR ACTIVITIES
Recommended by Plvirslblens
an Paves, quazterrnaster; Herb-
For Boys and' Girls;' 9-16
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
May 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- ert Wallace, historian; Jack Jay,
vey L. Shapiro (Phyllis Skolnek), chaplain; Dr. Arthur A. Brown,
Period I—June 28-July 17
of 12921 Dartmouth, Oak Park, service officer; Dr. A. Bloch,
Period II—July 18-Aug, 7
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY
Mich., a daughter, Ilene Sharon. • surgeon; Sam Scharg, judge ad-
Period III—Aug. 8-Aug. 28
* a a
vocate; and. Joseph Jones, Bern-
man Bohm (Ada Doctor) , of Rowland Fixel, Ben Smith, Dr.
ANY OTHER JEWISH ,
20475 Tracey, a daughter, Marcy A. A. Brown, Sam Belkin and
CAMP IN THIS -AREA
Elliot Elkin, board members:
FOR INFORMATION AND
• a *
Homes S Hospitals
To Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lubetsky There are 410,000 Explorers,
SNEI AKIVA OF DETROIT
(Gertrude:, 'Salomon), , -;pf 18603 older boy members of the Boy
Detroit'S BO Launch*
1V - Dry 'Cjeining
PHV Activities I
STRICTLY KOSHER Meat & Poultry Market
.• 'MOS 0.1.4 Slin.
Indiana, a son, Martin JoeL
.4.1.111% W 7011;, 4•111
■ 11.4.• mow,. ;p.m•
Scouts, in 12,000 Explorer .units.
- ■ ••••