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October 16, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-16

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THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS—Friday, Octobe r 16, 1959-20

Miss Epstein to Wed Hadassah Sets Plans to Conclude
Membership, Fund-Raising Drives
Mr. Leon Levine

In addition to its regular
schedule of group meetings for
the month, the Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah is currently work-
ing on the final phase of both
its Honor Roll campaign and
membership drive.
All Honor Roll contributors
are being extended invitations
to attend a "sneak preview"
showing of a new film at 1 p.m.,
Oct, 27, at the Westown Theater.
According to Mrs. Milton
Sorock, Chapter vice-president
of fund-raising, and Mrs. Samuel
Schwartz, general solicitations
chairman, a sherry hour will
follow the showing.
The membership enrollment
drive, announces Mrs. Benjamin
Weiss, vice-president of mem-
bership, will culminate Nov.3,
when an original "extravaganza"
will be presented at Adas Shal-
om Synagogue.
Written by Mesdames Les-
lie Schmier and David Edel-
man, the program is called
"Once a Year Night." All new
members and their husbands
will be the guests of Hadas-
sah.
Several prizes, including a
trip to Grossinger's and a week-
end at the Henrose Hotel, will
be awarded, as will trophies
for the groups and individuals
enrolling the most new mem-
bers.
Assisting Mrs. Weiss and Mes-



MISS ROSALIND EPSTEIN
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Ep-
stein, of Cherrylawn Ave., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Rosalind Sue,
to Leon Richard Levine, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levine,
of Roselawn Ave.
The bride-elect attends Great
Lakes College. Mr. Levine is
a student at the University of
Michigan. The -wedding will
be solemnized next Aug. 21.

Livonia Sisterhood
Sets Movie Benefit

Engaged in a series of fund-
raising projects to assist in
erecting a congregational build-
ing, the Sisterhood of the
Livonia Jewish Congregation
has scheduled a movie ben-
efit for Nov. 17.
To be held in the Irving
Theater, 21220 Fenkell, the
double feature will offer "An
A f f air to Remember" and
"Three Coins in the Fountain."
Tickets captains include Mes-
dames June Aratin, Dorothy
Brenenfeld, Joyce Gural, Eun-
ice Memelo, Joanne Fieler,
;arah Isenberg and Lucille
Ginsberg. Mrs. Eleanor Zip-
perstein is in charge of ticket
sales.
Tickets for individuals or or-
ganizations may be purchased
by contacting Mrs. Zipperstein,
GR. 6-1156.

Extend Deadline
for Essay Contest

Deadline for entries for the
Book Fair essay and poster con-
test has been extended from
Oct. 23 to Nov. 6, to allow for
processing and judging.
Posters may be on any sub-
ject consistent with Book Fair
purposes. Essays must deal
with, or be inspired by a book
of Jewish interest, or by a Jew-
ish author. Cash and books will
be given as prizes.
Elementary (under 10), inter-
mediate (11-14) and advanced
(15-18) age group divisions are
offered in the poster contest,
with intermediate and advanced
groups in the essay contest.
Complete information is ob-
tainable from any Hebrew or
Sunday school, or from the Cen-
ter Book Fair office, DI 1-4200.

United Jewish Folk School
Sets Children's Sukkot Fete
A children's Sukkot Festival

at the United Jewish Folk
School will take place at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, in the Ha y i m
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
fer, according to Movsas Gold-
oftas, director of the school.
The school choir will sing sev-
eral new holiday songs, under
the direction of singing teacher,
Mrs. Shoshana Freedman. Re-
freshments will be served by
the PTA committee.

Record-breaking sales in Sep-
tember earne d t h e EARL
HORDES AGENCY the honor
of being among the Columbus
Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany's top ten agencies for the
month.

MUMFORD

S

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By ALAN- SCHWARTZ
The Mustangs once again
showed their powerful offense
and rode to an easy 26-7 victory
over hapless Central last Fri-
day. Scoring Mumford's four
touchdowns were Jim Sessions,
Willie Binion, Frank Goldberg
and Dick Bockhoff.
The Mustangs meet perennial
challenger Denby today at 3:30.
An all city dance group con-
sisting of about 25 - girls and
boys has been formed. Repre-
senting Mumford are Pat Gross,
Sheila Salicoff, Peggy Brose,
and Carol Brooks.
Mumford's tankers sank Per-
shing last Thursday, 75-15. Scor-
ing firsts for Mumford were
Jerry Sanders, Allen Jones,
Marty Deutsch, Allen Katz,
John Holmes, Fred Doner,
Marty • Chattman, and the
medley and freestyle relay
teams.
The Student Council is sell-
ing "Go Team Go" vests and
"Mumford" pins to the student
body.
In last Wednesday's cross-
country meet, Mumford squeak-
ed by Denby, 26-29. Finishing
in the top ten for Mumford
were Elvin Roper, Walter Fore-
man, Stanley Ruby, Cordell
Norris and Janarvus Sanders.
The Intra-Metropolitan Stu-
dent Sportsmanship Council,
IMSSC, of Mumford is planning
a football dance on Oct. 23 as a
preliminary to M-Week, Oct.
26-29. The city IMSSC will hold
a meeting at Mumford Oct. 20.
Also scheduled for M-Week are
a cup cake sale, a pep rally, a
school color day, a football
game against Northern, and a
parade through the school.
Two USY groups, Shaarey
Zedek and Adas Shalom, will
enjoy a weekend of religion,
culture and fun at Camp Tama-
rack, Oct. 30 - Nov. 1. Rabbi
Irwin Groner will accompany
the Shaarey Zedek group of
close to 60.

dames Bess Ravit, Jack Boxer
and Maurice Perlman in plan-
ning the membership drive are
the following group chairmen:
Misses Doris Siegel and Claire
Landes, Business ad Profession-
al; Miss Marilyn Moscowitz,
Evening; and Mesdames Louis
Silverfarb, Bagley North; Harry
Saks, Bagley South; Carmi Slom-
ovitz, Evergreen; Bernard Zen-
del, Greenfield; Bennie Mirkin,
Livonia; Richard Lazar, Meyers;
Julius Gershune, S c h a e f e r;
Graham L a n d a u, Sherwood;
David Pollack, University East;
Ben Berlin, University North;
Joseph Kepes, University South;
and Phil Berke, Wyoming.
Hadassah will again feature
Albert Elazar, superintendent
Of United Hebrew Schools in
a series of study courses, ad-
vises Mrs. Maurice Zeiger,
vice-president of education.
Registrations will be held at
10 a.m., Wednesday, in the
Esther Berman Bldg., with class-
es beginning on Oct. 28 and
continuing through the middle
of January.
The following group meetings
have been planned for the bal-
ance of October:
Bagley South and Central
Woods—Meeting at 12:15 p.m.,
Tuesday, at Hadassah House,
with an "Hadassah Potpourri"
program featured. Prizes will
be awarded.
Evening Group — Mildred
Sharkey will show slides taken
on her recent trip to Israel at
8:30 p.m., Tuesday, at Hadas-
sah House.
Evergreen—Harriet Berg and
members of the Wayne State
University Dance Workshop will
present Israeli folk dances at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Hadas-
sah House.
University North — A buffet
luncheon is planned at 12:30
p.m., Tuesday, in the home of
Mrs. A. M. Stein, 19182 Monica.
Mrs. Sol Slomovitz will sing
Israeli songs.
University East—A discussion
and presentation of pictures
taken behind the Iron Curtain
will be given by Mrs. Walter
Laib at a luncheon planned for
12:30 p.m., Wednesday, at Had-
assah House.
Greenfield — A smorgasbord
luncheon will be served at 12:30
p.m., Oct. 28, at Hadassah
House. Mrs. Joshua S. Sperka
will review Boris Pasternak's
"Dr. Zhivago," and the Green-
field Players will be featured in
a skit, "To Tell the Truth."
Schaefer—"Spotlight on En-
tertaining" is the theme of a
luncheon at 12:30 p.m., Nov. 3,
at Hadassah House. Special
honors will be given to new
members.

An Evenin?, with G.B.S.
at Center Next Wednesday

"George Bernard Shaw Vis-
its the Center," an evening ded-
icated to the humorist, will be
presented by the Jewish Cen-
ter Theater at the Center,
18100 Meyers, 8 to 11 p.m.,
Wednesday.
The Shaw program, featur-
ing "How She Lied to Her Hus-
band," plus a film and other
interesting features, will be
conducted by Jerome Bayer,
Center drama director.

Aesculapian Association
Slates Charity Dance

Aesculapian Pharmaceutical
Association and the L a d 3 s
Auxiliary are • making final
plans for their annual charity
dinner dance, to be held Nov.
4, at the Latin Quarter. Featur-
ing Artie Fields and his orches-
tra, there also will be a floor
show.
Co-Chairmen of the dinner
dance are Mrs. Michael Wainer
and Morris Averbuck. For res-
erations call Mrs. Wainer, UN
3-6792 or Averbuck, UN 2-8590.

Miss Howell to Wed
Robert S. Richards

Cherish the little trade which
thou hast learned and be con-
tent therewith. — Marcus Au-
relius.

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