To Wed in Fall
Hab- onim Youth to Hold
Annual High School Institue Set
Annual Neshef Event
Labor Zionist Youth
to Aid Graduates with. Future Plans will Habonim
hold their annual "Neshef"
tivities on the college campus, at the Hayim Greenberg Center,
aspects of life in military serv- 19161 Schaefdr, at 8 p.m. Satur-
ice, guidance and information day. Included in the Neshef will
on vational and professional be a Hebrew play, Israeli sing-
opportunities and information ing and dancing, and the pre-
about combating discrimination sentation of "The West," a
the graduate may meet in em- fantasy.
The program will be directed
ployment, education and other
by Mel Zellman, of Wayne State
Theater. Tickets are
A committee of seniors, University
available at the door or from
which is helping to plan the members.
Institute, include Jerry Lax,
For information on any of
Oak Park High, chairman; Habonim's activities for 11-to
Henry Shevitz, 1VIumford, vice- 22-year-olds, including Camp
chairman; and Barbara Vic- Habonim, call Meir Hurwitz,
By JUNE LEVY
tor, Cass, secretary. Others are DI 1-9666.
David Shevitz, Susan Jacobs
Detroit Teenage Road-E-0, a
and Howard Friedman, Mum-
contest sponsored by the Junior
Dance with Delight
ford; Sidney Fox, Nancy
MISS CONSTANCE SARASON Board of 'Commerce to select
Hearth and Marsha Cousens,
the state's most skilled teen-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sarason, aged drivers, held the first of
Cass; and Howard Sulkin, Har- I LARRY FREEDMAN
of Renfrew Rd., announce the its district contests on May 2.
riet Katcher and Judy Oppen-
and his Orchestra
engagement of their daughter, Central's representative . to the
helm, Oak Park.
Constance Marie, to Gordon Road-E-0 was Dennis Chatlin,
Overall chairman of the
Harvey Grossman, son of Mr. who also represented Central
planning committee is Harry
and Mrs. Joseph Grossman, of in last year's contest. To qualify
Kobel, a member of the JCC
Huntington Woods. A Septem- for the driving skill's examina-
internal relations committee.
ber wedding is planned.
tion,, he passed a written test
Serving on the committee are
on his knowledge of driving.
Arthur Gould, Hoke Levin, Dr.
contests will be conducted
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Milton Steinhardt, Rabbi M.
Israel Sisterhood Four
Candids, 3 D's, Movies
with prizes of savings bonds
Robert Syme, Dr. Max Kapu-
For Quality Workmanship
to Install Officers the state contest will receive ■
Call Mr. Rosen
Hillel Foundation director;
Mrs. Arthur Hass, recently a trip to Washington.
Walter Klein, Jewish War
elected president of the Temple
Veterans; and Seymour Brie-
Israel Sisterhood, will be in-
Organization was the purpose
loff, career counselor, Jewish
stalled at a luncheon meeting of the first 12B meeting, held
planned for 12:15 p.m., Monday, last Tuesday. The next meet-
The Institute was initiated
in the temple's Leon Fram Hall. ing will be May 15, when class
five years ago, and in the past
This Week's Radio and
Mrs. Irving S. Wolfe, a past officers will be elected.
four years have met with an
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president, will be installing of-
enthuSiastic welcome from sen-
of Jewish Interest
Centralites who qualified for
iors who indicated they had
not been aware of all of the
Mrs. Hass, wife of a promi- Phi Beta Kappa were honored COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
agencies within the community
Dinner at DARBYS
nent Detroit attorney and a last evening in the Rackham Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Memorial Building at the sixth
that were available to them.
is a real treat!
annual Honors Convocation. Of
ber of Temple
the 350 Detroit high school stu- chairman of the Zionist Coun-
For the finest in
• Visit Our New
dents who were recommended, cil of Detroit and chairman of
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
14 were from Central.
Lounge and Bar
the joint committee of the
They are Judith Denes, Tony Zionist Council and Jewish Com-
in the . presi-
dency. She has
G r e cub e r g, Judy Edelstein, munity Council which is plan-
Allan Hertzenson, Tona Jack- ning the community-wide cele-
p r ev i o usly
Snacks . . . a
son, Sheryl Kornicks, Barbara bration of Israel's 11th anniver-
served as vice-
Leinoff, Marcia Paskal, Gudrum sary of independence, will be
president a n d
Pfiefer, Marvin Stollman, Sha- guest speaker.
ron Swetor, Jimmy Wechsler,
has been affili-
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Gabriela Weisberger and June
ated with ac- Mrs. Hass
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
tivities of the Jewish Commu- Levy. Principal of Central's
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
Time: 8:30 p.m., Sunday.
summer school, Sam Milan,
nity Center for many years.
Also to be inducted are Mes- represented the faculty.
Feature: "Portrait for Tomor
dames Ernest Golumbia, Adolf
row," a special program in cele-
W. Lowe, Edward J. Skully and
Vocal and instrumental solos, bration of Israel's 11th anniver-
Robert Gutterman, vice-presi- a band and chorus of over 100 sary of independence, will be
dents; Morton L. Snyder, Nor- voices combined to please every presented.
man Robbins, Dore Novitz and musical taste at Central's an-
Julius C. Pliskow, secretaries; nual Spring Concert last Friday.
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
and Hyman Jackson, treasurer.
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
FANCY FRYERS and
Two-year terms on the board
Central's band led the parade
of directors will be served by of all of the school's club mem-
Feature: "My Unpredictable
Mesdames Nathan Apsel, Morris bers around the building to get Story-Telling Father," the 13th
Arkin, Samuel Barr, William the Operation Green campaign in a series of 15 repeat broad-
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Brown, Paul Camiener, Hal Gor- off to a rousing start. In an casts in celebration of the pro-
or Stop at
don, Julius Gordon, Harry Kell- attempt to keep lawns more gram's 15th anniversary, re-
13523 W. 7 MILE RD. at SCHAEFER
man, Irving Kramer, Samuel b e a u t i f u 1, • boys and girls lates the story of a father
Offer Good to May 15
Maza, Paul Monchnik, Norman grabbed themselves in work who illustrated every lesson
Noble, Jerome Oppenheim, Har- clothes and began to rake the in life to his son with a story.
ry Pliskow, Samuel Shewitz, Irv- grass and plant new seeds.
Through these stories, his son
ing Small and Moe Traurig,
gains confidence in life.
* * *
while elected to one-year terms
are Mesdames George Victor,
Scholastic• writing awards re-
Suitable for Weddings, Bar-Mitzvahs, Etc.
Harry Fisher and Louis Dizik.
certificates and honors
The afternoon's program will ceived
new air-conditioned building, central location,
Wednesday. night at the
feature "Hat Fashions Fresh on
Feature: Rabbi Albert M.
kitchen facilities, ample parking. Large room will accom-
from the Garden," a project of
Lewis, of Temple Isaiah, Los
modate banquet of 250 or meeting of 350. Smaller rooms
the Garden Workshop under the
Angeles, Calif., will speak on
for 30-100. Ideal for organizations, caterers, private affairs.
direction of Mrs. Albert Jaco. Berl Falbaum Named
"The World's Best Known
Israeli songs will be presented
by Mrs. Hal Gordon, accompa- WSU Collegian Editor
nied by Jimmy Stevenson, of
Berl Falbaum, 20, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Salomon Falbaum, of Friends of Music
Luncheon reservations may be 11331 Dexter, was elected editor Set Final Concert
made with Mrs. Morris Stein, LI. of the Wayne State University
Detroit Friends of Music final
4-0698; or Mrs. Charles Bassey, Daily Collegian for the 1959-60 concert of the season will be
held at 8:20 p.m., Thursday, at
Falbaum, a junior majoring the Hayim Greenberg Center,
in journalism, has served as 19161 Schaefer.
Formerly of Linwood Avenue
The program will include
reporter, copy editor, assistant
Is Sinai Visiting Chief
Wishes to Announce
Dr. Harry Goldblatt, director news editor and night editor Tschaikowsky, and a first per-
Opening of a New
of laboratories and research at
formance here of an Adagio by
Cleveland's Mt. Sinai Hospital, on the paper.
The publications board of the Charkovsky. . The chamber
will be Visiting Chief at Sinai
University also announced the orchestra, composed of mem-
Hospital here, on Thursday.
of the Detroit Symphony
The program will begin at election of Alan Kroker, 21, as bers
will be conducted by
To Be Known As
9 a.m., with a clinical patho-
Paul Olefsky, musical director
logical conference, followed by which is published weekly dur- of Friends of Music. Olefsky
the summer semester.
a lecture on experimental ing
also perform as solo cellist
carcinogenesis at 11 a.m., lunch Kroker has served on the Col- will
and Gordon Staples will appear
SUNDAY, MAY 17th at
at noon, and a symposium on
"Medical Research —Trials, years. He is the son of Mr. and as Tickets
RD.—in Star Bake Shop
are available at the
Tribulations and Experiences," Mrs. Louis Kroker of 21681 Greenberg Center, or call UN
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at 1:30 p.m, Physicians are Stratford Ct., Oak Park, and is
Opportunities that are avail-
able and problems that are to
be resolved after graduation
will be discussed by high
school seniors at the fifth an-
nual Institute for Jewish Sen-
iors of High Schools on May
Sponsored by the Jewish
Community Council, in coop-
eration with Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation, Jewish War Vet-
erans and Jewish Vocational
Service, the Institute will be-
gin at 7:30 p.m., in the social
hall of Cong. Ahavas Achim,
The Institute is arranged
especially for seniors in Cen-
tral, Mumford, Cass, Oak Park
and other high schools to pro-
vide orientation about Jewish
communal organizations that
have resources available for
Experts in a wide variety of
fields will explain how com-
munity facilities may be util-
ized best in furthering plans
for the future. Discussion will
include information on local
and national scholarships, ac-
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