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April 17, 1959 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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IIETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 17, 1959-26

Victory Luncheon of Maiinonides
Aux. to Honor Outgoing Officers IMUMFORDI

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By SUSAN KOBEL I

Temple Israel Installs Center Film Programs
Cub Pack 146 Leaders Include Discussions

Officers recently installed by
Cub Pack 146, which is affiliat-
ed with Temple Israel, include
the following adult leaders:
Leslie West, Cubmaster; Mad-
elyn West, pack mother; Mar-
celline Perlman, secretary; Har-
vey Ross, committee chairman;
Hortense Kaufman, program;
Marvin Cornfield, outings; Mit-
zi Cornfield, membership; Ann
Kutnick, awards; and Shirley
Seyburn, publicity.
The Cubs were guests last
Sunday of brother Cubs affil-
iated with the Windsor Jewish
Community Center at a pack
meeting and outing in Canada.
Boys between 8 and 10 inter-
ested in Cubbing should contact
Mrs. West, UN 4-9370, or the
temple office, UN 3-7769.

"Cyrano de Bergerac," star-
ring Jose Ferrer, will be the
second attraction of the Jewish
Community Center Cinema
Forum, at the new building,
18100 Meyers, 8 p.m., Sunday.
A discussion, "Cyrano and
Reality," will be led by Bert
Wardrop, Center director of
aquatics.
Charlie Chaplin's "Burlesque
on Carmen" will be the third
Cinema Forum attraction, May

10.

WOLVERINE
DAY CAMP

Eight literary-minded Mum-
fordites have won gold achieve-
ment keys in the Southeastern
Michigan Writing Awards con-
A Day Camp for
test sponsored by the Detroit
Boys & Girls 4-13
News.
NOW ACCEPTING
Outgoing officers of the Women's Auxiliary to the Mai-
They are: Larry Bernstein
Relax and Join the Fun. Let
REGISTRATIONS
monides Medical Society who will be honored at a special pro- and Jerry. Starr, sports story;
Us Plan and Run Your
gram Tuesday, are shown, seated, left to right: Mesdames Marilyn Dann, short story;
All Camping Activities
Child's
Birthday
Party.
PAUL FRAIBERG, 2nd vice-president; JOSEPH DUBIN, pres-
Mature Staff
Susan King, familiar essay;
For More Information Call
Nursery Specialists
ident; LE ROY ATLER, 1st vice-president; and HOWARD B.
Ellen Ross and Susan Kobel,
MARGIE LAPPIN LI. 8-0215
APPELMAN, treasurer; standing: Mrs. SANFORD BENNETT,
news stories; Julie Nichamin,
Ted Kaczander — UN 4-8715
treasurer-elect; and Mesdames SAMUEL FRIED, ALEX FRIED- column; and James Willis, criti-
LI 5-3416

NANCIE STEIN LI 2-8054
Sol Cohen
LAENDER, ARNOLD AXELROD, EDWARD SKULLY and cal analysis. In addition, 25
others received recognition for
LEONARD BAKING, secretaries.
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their efforts.
CHILDREN'S HOUSE
Bennett, Joseph Dubin, Alex
Prizes will be awarded to the
The success of its recent fund- Sanford
A
Summer
Day Camp for All Children
S. Friedlaender,
winners May 6, at the Detroit
raising luncheon and fashion
Schlesinger, iax
Unique
Experience in Group Living

C. Wasserman, Howard B. Institute of Arts. Over 250
show will be celebrated by the Lewis
• Professional Teaching Staff • Excellent Permanent Facilities
Appelman, Morris Brent, Sidney
Women's Auxiliary to the Mai- Friedlaender, Perry Goldman, Louis schools were represented in the
SCHOOL AGE 6-12
NURSERY 3-5 YEARS
monides Medical Society at a L. Kazdan, Charles F. Kessler, San-. competition.
* * *
der Klein, Alan Lakin, Marvin Levy
TWO
4
WEEK
PERIODS—June
22-AUGUST 14
victory luncheon planned for and Leonard Raizin.
Donald Sandweiss has been
ENROLL NOW — CALL DI 1-8673
12:15 p.m., Tuesday, at Sammy's,
Others are Mesdames Nathaniel
Sandler, Irvin Weisenthal, Israel selected Mumford's American
in Oak Park.
Wiener, Arnold Axelrod, Morris M. Field Service exchange student
Mrs. LeRoy Atler, program Burstein, Joseph Carp, Paul Frai- for the coming summer. He was
berg, Samuel Freid, Arthur Gold-
vice - president, will present berg, Morris Z. Greenberg, Sol C. chosen on the basis of oral in-
Lama Shetzer, popular local Grossman, Ben Gutow, Louis Kamin, terviews and a written applica-
Kliger, Emery Kovach, Mich-
singer, who will be heard in a David
ael LAvin, Jack Litwin, Leo Orecklin, tion which included how he
medley of songs from musical Benjamin Parker, Joseph Schwartz- would spend three free days if
Joseph Seltzer, Louis Shiovitz,
comedies. Mrs. Leo Orecklin, a berg,
Oscar D. Silverstein, Edward D. he could do anything he wished.
past president, will give the in- Skully, Emory Stein, William Usher, This was sent to New York
3 — 8 x 10 Silvertone
Jack F. Warner, Seymour Wilhelm
vocation.
where a family was selected for
and Morris Witus.
25 Wallets
Honors will be accorded to
The program of the afternoon him. His summer destination
Proofs will be shown
Mrs. Joseph Dubin, president, also will highlight the election has not yet been announced.
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her officers and donor chair- of new officers. Mrs. Israel
WE ALSO DO CANDIDS AND MOVIES.
"Eye-full Tour" is the theme
men. The following chairmen Wiener, chairman of the nomi-
will receive special awards:
CALL DI 1-4323 FOR APPOINTMENT
nating committee, will present of the annual French Club
Mesdames Charles Gitlin, I. Walter
show, which will be presented
18415 Wyoming at Pickford
Silver, Herman Kass, LeRoy Atler, the slate.
at 2:50 p.m., today, in the
auditorium. Directed by Janet
Hall, the musical is set in the
streets of Paris.
The track team showed great
promise for a successful year
by winning two pre-season
Now Exclusive Caterers at the Beautiful Air-Conditioned
practice meets. The thinclads
Shoiem Aleichem institute
defeated city-champion Redford
by a margin of 15 points, and
Greenfield at 7 Mile Road. Can accommodate 50 to 250.
for good measure broke several
Some desirable dates available for May and June.
records.
31st
Year
CHELSEA, MICH.
Also catering in your home, favorite hall, temple or hotel.
Ken Burnley and Elvin Roper
BOYS and GIRLS 5-15
turned in the new school rec-
CARRY OUT SERVICE FOR PASSOVER DINNERS ... CALL
4 WEEKS $190
8 WEEKS $375
ords, while the relay team set
2 WEEKS $100
unofficial city record.
an
UN 4-3206
BR 2-0153
BR 2-0375
Saul Sinkoff, Manager
Emanuel Mark, Director
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LI 5-2969
UN 4-0730
With only three weeks re-
For Boys, 5 to 16—For Girls, 5-14. Located 190 maining until the May 7 and 8
%..0"9...ow
miles north of Detroit on Private Lake near the presentations, the cast of the 40%.••• ■■ ••481.01%.0.14•00"%.0.141 •■•• •••°"11•W".9
Beautiful Au Sable River and Huron National
school
play,
"Seven
Sisters,"
Forest. Experienced leadership. Mature staff. Full
camping program. Outdoor theatre for dramatics. have been diligently rehearsing.
For Details, Write or Call Mrs. Louis Harley
According to the publicity com-
UN. 4-1135 mittee, headed by Aaron Goren,
Detroit
17325 Fairfield
block seating will be sold to
Pelican Lake, Wisconsin
groups of 10 or more. Arrange-
exclusive
camp
for
boys
and
girls
ages
7-15
An
catering to the individual needs of the child. Com- ments can be made VI hour in
plete sports program including sailboating and the ticket booth, until May 6.
Any Way You Look At it ...
riding. Tutoring in Hebrew, piano, school subjects,
* * *
Bar Mizvah if needed. M.D. and 2 Registered Nurses
on camp grounds at all times.
Leach
has
been
Richard
Detroit Office: Isadore J. Goldstein, 19600 Appleton, KEnwood 2-7629
named the recepient of the
Harvard Book Award for 1959.
29th Year)
(Ortonville,
Each year, the Harvard Alumni
Boys and Girls 5-16
Club of Detroit sponsors a con-
4 or 8 Week Camp Periods
%.100%.••• ■ ••"46001.1%0"
test among boys in the junior ...00W4.00.4400.11•01
Stanley Michaels, Director
class. Richard was selected
UN 4-4220
19647 Roslyn, Detroit 21, Mich.
from a field of 11 other com-
petitors.

AVALON PORTRAIT STUDIO

Anniversary

Special

'199'

MAY and BILL KOZIN

FARBAND
CAMP

CAMP
HIAWATHA

wayuoain

CAMP
MACCABEE

Greenfield Noodles Are Best

CAMP
NAHELU

REGISTER NOW — CAMP SHOMRIA

The camp with Israeli content — Wilderness State Park at Lake
Huron — Ages 11 thru 16. 3 weeks — $100. Israeli Director, Mr.
Gershon Hoffman. For further information, WE 4-0708 or UN 1-5299.

THUNDERBIRD DAY CAMP

A wonderful - summer for
boys and girls, ages 4-6; 7-13

Give your child the very best
in Day Camping

For Brochure and Information

LI 7-0294 (Arnie), EL 6-5951

PLEASANT
DAY CAMP

Boys and Girls 6-12
Boys and Girls 4-5
Licensed by The State of Michigan
A varied program for a healthful,
interesting and safe summer vacation.

Max Pleasant, Director
KE 5-1083 or LI 7-1471

GR 6 0105

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Slate Seder Luncheon
for Senior Adults

Culminating a series of
spring holiday celebrations at
the Council Activities Center
for Senior Adults, 8432 W.
McNichols, will be a Passover
seder luncheon on April 27.
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel and
his children's choir of Adas
Shalom Synagogue will be spe-
cial guests at the Center, which
is sponsored by the National
Council of Jewish Women.
Members of the Center,
which is open from 1 to 4 p.m.,
each Monday and Wednesday,
are now publishing a three-page
newspaper of their activities.

Passover Greetings
to All Our Friends

We

Will Be Open Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday Before Passover

Call for Good Service and
Quality Poultry

Free Delivery

OUTLET POULTRY

2735 W. DAVISON

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