University of Michigan eco-
nomics professor, Dr. William
Haber, is the co-author of a
book to be published shortly
under the title
gan Economy: Its Potentials and
Written together with Eugene
C. McKean and Harold C. Tay-
lor, of the Upjohn Institute for
Employment Research, the book
was prepared under Prof. Ha-
ber's direction with the finan-
cial support of the Upjohn In-
Among the topics covered in
the book . are Michigan's Jpb
Needs for 1970; Market and
Labor Factors; Taxes; Indus-
trial Climate. Transportation
and Water; Growth Industries
and Plant Location Trends;
Reasons for the State's Present
Problems, and Recommenda-
tions for Developing Its Future
A summary chapter of the
book, "What's Ahead for Michi-
gan," has been printed in ad-.
vance of the volume, and is
available, free, by writing to
the W. E. Upjohn Institute, 709
S. Westnedge, Kalamazoo, Mich.
To Wed in Tuyze
Mum ford Hi
Miss Halprin to Wed
Stuart Alan Meo-dall
`Simcha Music Center'
Mrs. David Holtzman, of 24311
Blackstone, Oak Park, a former
pi'ano teacher and camp music
director, has become director
of the new "Simcha Music Cen-
ter" at the Shaarey Shomayim
Synagogue on Ten Mile Rd. and
By Susan Kobel
Back to school after summer
vacation, students are sharing,
recent experiences. A Mumford-
ite who spent perhaps the most
Rabbi Leo Goldman an-
interesting two months is Don
nounces that pre-school children
Sandweiss, Mumford's American
ages 21/2 to 6 will receive in-
Field Service exchange student
struction in rhythm band, music
who has returned from Lud-
appreciation, baton twirling,
and baking, besides the other
As is customary of this pro-
usual nursery curriculum. Three
gram, Don lived with a German
holiday programs, Chanukah,
family for his stay. "I feel as
Purim, and Passover, will be
if I have two families now, one
given for parents and friends
here and my AFS family in
of the children.
"That's the beauty of the AFS
MISS ISABEL SCHLUSSEL program, being part of a family.
For applications and informa-
I could see firsthand how others
tion call the synagogue office
June wedding planS of Miss live and compare it to the
MISS ADELL HALPRIN
or at LI 3-4688.
Isabel Schlussel and Mr. Max American way of life."
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hal-
Maurice Dubrinsky are announc-
he met accepted him with ut- prin, of Roycourt Ave., Hunting-
Want The Best?
ed by the bride-elect's parents, most courtesy. "It's true some ton Woods, announce the en-
Ask the Folks Who've Had
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schlussel, Germans believe every Ameri- gagement of their daughter,
can drives a car, eats a steak Adell, to Stuart Alan Megdall,
of Elm St., Oak Park. •
and His Orchestra
Mr. Dubrinsky, the son of Mr. and goes to a Broadway show son_ of Mr. and Mrs. Stanford
and Mrs. Isadore Dubrinsky, in nice clothes. However, most H. Megdall, of Griggs Ave.
Mr. Megdall is attending the
of San Juan Dr., graduated from of the people I met appreciate
the Detroit Institute of Tech-
nology where he was affiliated done since the war and realize and Surgery in DesMoines, Ia.
with the Alpha Pi honorary their country might still be in The couple plans an August
As he anticipated, Don had
to learn to live in a strange Young Marrieds Set '2nd
'Anne Frank Diary' to Open on Sept. 23 country where the language was
FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS,
Honeymoon' to Caribbean
"The Diary of Anne Frank," writing. And it was written unfamilar. "In my family, all
CONTACT MISS SHIRLEY
A "Caribbean Cruise" for fall
as a book, stage play and now a with no idea that it would ever
Schultz. At meal times, I vacationers is being arranged
motion picture opening its lim- be published.
couldn't explain to her that I by the Young Marrieds group
ited engagement at the United
Anne Frank, aged 13, started had had enough tc eat and she of Temple Israel for 8:30 p.m.,
Artists Theater on Wednesday,
didn't want me to go hungry. Sept. 26 in the Leon Fram Hall
Latest Scientific Medically
has made a record for itself keeping the diary a short time
rarely equalled by any piece of before she, her parents and sis-
ter and four other people went the rest of the family just Stanley Millman.
Rodriguez and his orchestra
into hiding in Ar..lbterdam fol- laughed, he recalled.
ANN L. KORSON
One of the highlights of Don's will provide the musical back-
lowing the Nazi invasion of the
Bnai Brith Women
Netherlands. She continued her
15228 W. 7 Mile BR. 3-0200
Set $100,000 Goal
record until shortly before the
entertain, announce chairmen
Nazi police found their hiding to Rotterdam, Holland.
for Local Council
Don discovered that German Lois and Morrie Lipnick. There
place, two years later. The
Mrs. Phillip Edelheit, presi- diary was found in the litter teen-agers have much the same also will be a demonstration of
"Quill by Lill"
dent of the Metropolitan De- and rubble of the old house, interests as his American calypso dancing. Jeri's will
friends. "They love jazz, rock cater the buffet supper.
troit Bnai Brith Women's Coun- after the war.
Submit your list
Reservations are being taken
cil, announces that over 7,000
Then you're dismissed—
Written in Dutch, the diary and roll, coca-cola, dancing, and by Carol and Jerry Stein at LI
members in 26 chapters have was first published in 1947. In parties," he remarked.
From writing Bar
Don believes his trip opened 5-3126.
started their 13th annual fund
1952 it came out in this coun- his eyes and he is now better
,Mitzvah, Party &
try, where it has sold over
A campaign to reach the goal 1,000,000 copies. Translated into able to understand others.
Music and Entertainment
of $100,000 will culminate in a 21 languages, the most recent
Cards and Thank
show at the Fox Theater on figure on sales in countries out- Dan Frohman Chorus
Nov. 10. Stars of stage, screen, side the United States is ap- Still Holding Auditions
and television will entertain proximately 1,960,000. The stage
Auditions for the 1959-60
and his Orcheitra
members and their guests.
play, based on Anne Frank's season of the Dan Frohman
Overall chairman for the story by Frances Goodrich and Chorus will be conducted until
1"r".2r".."2,Ar•••tr"....1Ar ■ -11-"••••
fund raising drive is Mrs. Leon Albert Hackett, opened on Oct. 15, announces director
Dreylinger, first vice-president Broadway in 1955 and ran near- Frohman. The first rehearsal
of Council. Assisting her will ly two years. It has been pre- was held Monday at IVIumford
be the following chairmen: sented in some 30 countries, high school. Frohman may be
Mesdames Maynard Kalef and including West Germany, where reached for information at DI
Herman Kyff, ad clearance;
James Kraft and Hyman Shebo- it was the most-performed play
Three Sunday evening musi-
wich, ad posting; Hy Burnstein
cales, featuring vocalists and
and Allen Weiss, ad records;
instrumentalists, will be pre-
Ben Dorf and Charles Blauer, Austria. The German public has sented to the public, Frohman
tickets; Al Stein, program; Alan
stated: Nov. 8, Feb. 14 and
Nathan, editor; Jack Sayles and the translated diary.
April 3. The annual concert
As a film "The Diary of Anne will be held on May 15 in the
Arthur Weisberg, associates;
William Fogel, finance; Henry Frank" bids fair to repeat or large auditorium of the Insti-
Klegon and Jack Zak, future excel the world-wide success of tute of Arts.
leaders; Allen Weitzman and the book and play. It has been
Edward Weinberg, memoriams. produced and directed by Student Zionist Group
Also, Mesdames Irving Isaacs, George Stevens in CinemaScope Schedules Full Season
honorariums; Henry Schore, ar- for 20th Century-Fox, with a
A lecture series on the do-
rangements; David Levine and cast headed by Millie Perkins mestic problems of Israel and
Arnold Topy, publicity; Bernard (in the role of Anne Frank), a Sukkot celebration are among
Abramson, secretary; Richard Joseph Schildkraut, Shelley the activities being planned for
Gold, delegate-at-large; Bernard Winters, Richard Beymer, Gusti the 1959-60 season of the Stu-
B l i e f i e l d, arbitration; and Huber, Ed Wynn, Lou Jacobi, dent Zionist Organization.
Charles Solovich, Leonard Sims, Diane Baker, Douglas Spencer
Comprised of university stu-
Gerald Gorman, Robert Coggan, and Dody Heath. The screen dents interested in Israel, the
Jack Hartstein, Samuel Aaron, version, produced in Hollywood, group will hold its first meet-
8MM and 16MM Color Movies—Color Slides
Lewis Manning, Morris Tack, is from a script from the same ing Sept. 27 in the Mart Room
3-D Stereo—Candid Books
Samuel Gutterman, Samuel authors (Frances Goodrich and of Wayne State University. In-
Gold, Alfred E. Lakin, Henry Albert Hackett) who wrote the formation may be obtained by
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Grosberg, Sidney Eidelman, widely shown.
Charles Galinsky and Harry
Bodzin, steering committee.
IT'S HERE !
New Book Traces History
of Minnesota's Jews
ST. PAUL—The North Cen-
tral Publishing Co. of this city
announced publication this week
of a new volume titled "The
Jews of Minnesota."
The author is Dr. W. Gunther
Plant, rabbi of the 100-year-old
Mt. Zion Temple here. St. Paul
book reviewer Kathryn G.
Boardman calls the work
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