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May 15, 1959 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 15, 1959-22

Bale Post Cites Bowler Lubanski
as 'Sportsman of the Year'

Two major public sports ac- of the year" at 8 p.m., this Tues-
tivities are being planned by day, in the Memorial Home.
the Pfc. Joseph L. Bale Post
Lubanski, winner of the
of the Jewish War Veterans.
world bowling championship in
The community has been in- Chicago, all-events champion in
vited to a special program the recent ABC tournament and
honoring championship bowler captain of the Detroit Pfeiffer
Ed Lubanski as the "Sportsman bowling team which has won
the major city and national
titles this season, •will receive
Program to Climax
the Post's first annual award
for sports.
Center's Sr. Activities
Instead of a trophy for Luban-
Climaxing the year's junior
ski, Bale Post will give a gift
activities at the Jewish Commu-
to Dearborn Veterans Hospital
nity Center's Davison branch
in the bowler's name. Lubanski
will be a mass program—includ-
will receive a Lodge citation for
ing outdoor activities, a pageant, his efforts to raise the level of
service projects and a campfire sports in Detroit.
—from 3 to 7 p.m., Sunday, for
A social hour will follow the
all 12 Sunday Funtime club
program, according
to Al Fagenson, chairman of
The program will include a the evening.
Maccabiad, featuring outdoor
The second event will be the
games, Israeli and American
annual Post golf outing at Tam
style, and a pageant commemo- O'Shanter on May 26. Golf, din-
rating Israel's Independence
ner and prizes are among the
Day. Service projects will in-
activities planned.
clude the construction of a
Reservations may be made
model house by the Frontiers-
men and Junior Homemaker with Pete Yura, 169 W. 9 Mile,
groups, and the planting of a Ferndale.
small forest of trees from Camp
Tamarack. These projects, when Shudofsky to Leave
complete, will be used by Jun-
iors in the summer Day Camp WSU for Long Island U
Prof. Maurice NI. Shudofsky,
The program will end with of Wayne State University, has
each club preparing _ its own accepted an appointment as as-
supper. Groups will set up out- sociate professor of English at
door campfire sites and cook Long Island University.
He will assume his new post
their own meals.
The Junior program was plan- in time for the second summer
ned by the Junior sub-commit- session at LIU, which begins.
tee, Mrs. Raymond Werbe, chair- on July 20.
The Shudofskys plan to leave
man, and supervised by Avram
Lauffer, Davison branch Junior Detroit early in June. They will
take up residence in Manhattan.

_ ong Plans for Center Tweens
Mystery Bus Trip Am

Berditchever Aid Society
Sets Church-State Debate

A debate on the prinicples
of separation of religion from
state will be presented by Ber-
ditcheter Progressive Aid So-
ciety at 10 p.m., Monday, at
Cong. Beth Yehudah, 17556
Participants will be Rabbi S.
P. Wohlgelernter, executive di-
rector of Yeshivath Beth Ye-
hudah and Harry Kaminer,
president of Berditchever. A
discussion and social hour will
follow the formal arguments.
Frank Mirsky will preside.

A mystery bus ride—destina- and g "Poppy Prance" dance
tion unknown—on Tuesday will on May 28.
be the first of three May events
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planned as part of the evening
canteen program for tweens at
the Davison Jewish Center.
The only event requiring pre-
registration at the branch, the
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and non-members. Other pro-
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Farband Branch 2 to Meet

Farband Branch 2 will meet
at 9 p.m., Saturday, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J.
Pevos, 25320 Henley, Hunting-
ton Woods. Mrs. Harry Mondry
will review "Exodus." A social
hour will follow.



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