THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, July 31, 1959 — 20
Week End Hosts Chaim Grade
Outline Important Role of Volunteer Announce Betrothal Farband
Chaim Grade, eminent Jewish in the hotel at 31-year-old Far-
author, poet and lecturer, will hand, reports David Sislin, cul-
at Summer Resort
in. Community Council Programs
be guest speaker at the annual tural chairman, and Louis Le-
outing of the Farband City vine, Farband organizer.
The importance of volunteer tion on current subjects with
at Farband Camp,
The hotel; together with a
participation in the work of the
Chelsea, today through Sunday. modern motel, furnishes facil-
Jewish Community Council was who in turn can appear as speak-
highlighted in a report relayed ers at organizational events.
The traditional outing will ities for 70 adults, and has its
this week by Boris M. Joffe, ex-
feature a musical program with own dining room, special casino,
In the interest of expanding
ecutive director, to Lawrence the range of subjects and of
George Richter, tenor; an oneg library and a separate beach.
W. Crohn, Council president, continuing to develop qualified
shabbat; m'lave malkeh; and
For reservations and informa-
and Dr. Leonard Sidlow, chair- speakers, the Council's plans
children's pageant, "The Jew- tion, contact the Detroit office,
man of the Council's culture call for a continuation of the
ish Holidays," in which children UN 4-0730, or Farband Camp,
born in each season will repre- GR 5-3001, Chelsea.
Middle East Seminar and for
sent the corresponding holiday
The report, summarizing the the creation of similar speaker
for that season.
services of volunteers to various training courses in the field of
r Dance with Delight
phases of Council activity, re- Jewish community relations.
There are still some week-
vealed that during the 1958-59
end accommodations available
The Council's corps of volun-
season approximately 600 pro- teer speakers addressed them-
gram assignments and commit- selves to a variety of subjects.
and his Orchestra
Alice Robbins Speaks
tee positions were filled by vol- Aside from Israel, these related
to civil rights, problems of sub-
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on Jews in USSR
Doctors, lawyers, salesmen, urban development, Yiddish Lit-
MISS JUDITH MELTZER
"The Status of the Jews in
rabbis, social workers, teachers, erature, Jewish humor and
Soviet Union" will be dis-
housewives and business execu- church-state conflicts in Amer-
A a cocktail party held at
tives were among the 300 vol- ica. Joffe noted an " 'interest- Fidelman's Resort, in South cussed by Alice J. Robbins at
unteer participants taking part ing' increase in requests for Haven, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. a meeting of
in Council programs during the programs relating to the prob- Aaron M. Meltzer, of Skokie, the Berditch-
season. These included programs lems of the aging."
Ill., announced the engagement sive Aid So-
presented on radio and televi-
"To a significant degree," of their daughter, Judith Sue, to ciety at 9 p.m.
sion and also those arranged by Joffe reported, "the aid of vol- Nelson Howard Sklar, son of
GIFT of Min. Album
the Council for organizational unteers is indispensable; with- Dr. and Mrs. Jack Sklar, of Monday at
for Morn on all Candids
out such help and understand- Prairie Ave., Detroit.
The bride-to-be attended the
Membership on the several ing, a numerically small pro-
standing committees of the fessional staff would be unable University of Illinois, and is a turer is a
Dinner at DARBYS
Council accounted for another to cope with the total program member of Sigma Delta Tau graduate of
is a real treat!
300 positions filled by organiza• requests and responsibility-re- sorority. Mr. Sklar attended
Kalamazoo College and Wayne Smith College
tional leaders, delegates and in- quests which we welcome."
and has stud- Miss Robbins
• Visit Our New
terested individuals in the com-
Individuals in the community State University, and is affiliat- ied at the In-
who are interested in participat-
Lounge and Bar
Joffe's estimates, whin ex- ing as volunteers in Council
tions in Geneva, Switzerland. A
cluded the Council's Delegate program activities are invited to enter the Des Moines College of major in political science, Miss
Assembly and special commit- communicate with Edith Heav- Osteopathy.
Robbins has made a special
Snacks - . . a
tees, were based on service enrich, Council program secre-
study of the minority problem
given to the following Council tary, WO. 2-6710.
in the Soviet Union.
committees: community • rela-
Nathan Siegel, radio com-
tions, culture commission, inter-
mentator, will introduce the
nal relations, Southern Oakland
Resv. UN. 2-7642
speaker, announces Harry Kami-
County, evaluation, executive,
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
mass media and Joint Commu-
nity Council-Zionist Council.
Harry Stolsky doesn't like to wife Grace busy at their home
Joffe's report noted that with-
RHO PI PHI Pharmaceutical Fraternity
out the cooperation extended by talk about himself. For almost on Washburn Ave.
But they still find time to be
volunteers, many hundreds of as soon as the conversation be-
program requests could not gins, he's discussing his "hob- active in a number of other
MENASHE SKULNIK in
by": the Jewish Women's Euro- Jewish organizations besides the
have been filled.
"THE LAW AND MR. SIMON"
JWEWO. For two decades, Stol-
Confirming the findings of an pean Welfare Organization of
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959 at 7 P. M.
earlier analysis, the report sub-
Tickets are $3.50 each. A limited amount of tickets remain for
When he first came to this Beth Yehudah. Another ten
mitted this week shows that
sale. Phone and mail orders promptly filled. Call or Write:
PEARL or JACK KUTNICK, 15311 OAK PARK BLVD.,
among Jewish audiences the country from Keltz, Poland in years were devoted to the presi-
OAK PARK 37, MICH. — LI 7-5006
subject of Israel and the Middle 1920, Stolsky, a former attorney,
Merkaz, of which he was its
PROCEEDS FOR HEBREW UNIVERSITY IN ISRAEL
East topped all others in popu-
ganiz a ti on to first leader.
larity; similarly, a substantial
One of the organizers of
be their corre-
proportion of the programs ar-
spondent with Yeshivah Chachmey Lublin,
ranged for non-Jewish audiences
European fam- Stolsky was its secretary, and
related to various phases of the
ilies seeking served in the same capacity
Is Still Open For
t o immigrate for the Free Loan Association
Joffe's report showed that on
to the United and Beth Yehudah's Chevrah
1959-60 Bookings ..
frequent occasions non - Jewish
speakers were among the volun-
AT 1950 PRICES!
Besides membership in Ye-
teer participants in Council-
had to leave shivath Beth Yehudah, he be-
arranged programs. These in-
Special Prices to Societies
most of his longs to "every Yeshiva you
cluded clergymen, police offi-
CALL: TU 3-1242
family in Keltz can name."
cials, educators, social scientists
Stolsky so he could
How does he like being the
and civic leaders. However, the
main emphasis of his summary prepare for their coming three only male in a group of women?
related to the involvement of in- years later, took the post as a "Why I like it fine," he said.
For AL L your TRAVEL NEEDS
dividuals from within the Jew- paid secretary. His youngest son "It feels good to be a `gitter
shleach' (`good messenger')."
ish community in the Council's came to America with him.
program and committee activity.
HELEN (Jackman) WARSHAW
Today, 38 years later, Harry
Through such efforts as the Stolsky, a lively man, who re- Alfred Lipshaw Joins
• HOTEL RESERVATIONS
recently held Speakers' Seminar fuses to tell his age—"After all,
• WORLD WIDE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
on the Middle East, the Council it doesn't really matter, does Adler-Harelik Firm
has attempted to share informa- it?"—is voluntarily holding that
Announcement was made this
same job as financial and cor- week by William Adler and
Elkin Hotel & Travel Bureau
Morris Harelik, of the firm of
Although he no longer is Adler and Harelik Certified
paid for his services, Stolsky, Public Accountants, of the asso-
an insurance agent, continues ciation of Alfred Lipshaw.
The firm, which has offices
to correspond with the organ-
ization's European "children." at 17315 Wyoming, will now be
known as Adler, Harelik and
A multi-linguist, he knows Lipshaw, and will continue prac-
Russian, Polish, German, He- tice as accountants and tax con-
brew and Yiddish. Widows and sultants.
orphans in all parts of the world
The new partner in the firm
who are aided by the group of- received certification in the
fer their thanks in many lan- spring of this year. A 1957 grad-
guages. Stolsky admitted that uate of Wayne. State Univer-
this is part of the reason he sity, Lipshaw served his ap-
enjoys his hobby. "I like to be prenticeship with the company
fine fOod you
blessed,", he explained with a for six years. He is currently
We have complete listings on all CRUISES to the
in his second year at the Detroit
More thatn 300 orphans were College of Law.
Carribbean, Mediterannean and Pacific areas.
settled in the U.S. following
Lipshaw lives at 19960 St.
For inquiry about accommodations
World War I, Stolsky said.
Marys with his wife, Jacqueline,
Because of immigration quo- and son, Marc David He is a
and prices of your choice See .
20231 James Couzens
tas, however, the organization member of the American Asso-
has shifted its operations to as- ciation of Accountants, and has
sisting needy Europeans in their applications pending with the
own countries, rather than Michigan and American Asso-
ciations of Certified Public
bringing them here.
Three married children, six Accountants.
grandchildren and five great
12th at Hazelwood
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