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October 23, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-23

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II1UMFORD

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BY SUSAN KOBEL
Nineteen Mumford seniors
have qUalified as finalists for
the National Merit Scholarship
competition. They are: Lewis
Carroll, Robert Epstein, Alan
Frenkel, Lawrence Gelb, Judy
Gerson, Alan Gra11, Elaine
Grossbart, Phillip Kaufman,
Diana Kohen, Sherry Kovan,
Carolyn Kurtzman, Steve Lan-
dau, Richard Panush, Martin
Schwartz, Walter Winshall,
Kathryn Yakes, Gary Ellenson,
Joyces Knoppow and Thomas
Segall.
The prizes, which range from
$100 to $1500 grants, will be an-
nounced in May.
The girls' field hockey team
continued its successful season
with a 2-1 victory over -the
Cooley squad. Scoring for Mum-
ford were Beth Elgot and Judy
Norquay.
"Juvenile Delinquency" will
be the topic of discussion at
the High School International
Club, 7:30 p.m. Monday. An
inspector of the Youth Bureau,
Detroit Police Department, will
be the guest speaker. Meetings
are held at the Parkman Branch
Library.
The High School Institute of
the Junior Round Table of
Christians and Jews is scheduled
for Nov. 14 at the Rackham
Building, from 9:30 a.m. to
3 p.m.
Facing a strong Denby squad,
the Mustangs dropped their sec-
ond game this- seasOn, 13-0. This
gives the team a 2-2 record - SO
far this year. Yesterday Mum-
ford met Southeastern at Mack
Park.
Coming Nov. 9-20—the annual
city-wide clothing drive.

Federation Program
Set for Franklinites

The education committee of
the Women's Division of Jewish
Welfare Federation will hold a
dessert luncheon, 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, Oct. 28, at the home
of Mrs. Benjamin H. Shwayder,
27551 Fairway Hills Drive,
Franklin.
The. program is designed to
give women living in the Frank-
lin area an understanding of
Federation efforts in and out of
their community.
Dr. Julien Priver, director of
Sinai Hospital, Mrs. Victor
Shiffman, • Jewish Vocational
Service board member, and Ir-
win Shaw, executive director of
the Jewish Community Center,
will participate in the program.
Mrs. Charles Lakoff, Women's
Division board member, will be
moderator.
Mrs. Joseph Radom is chair-
man of the suburban education
committee. Committee members
include Mesdames Martin L.
Butzel, David Diamond, Samuel
Glass, Ben Goldstein, Samuel J.
Greenberg, Milton Greenwald,
Maurie Konop, Seymour Kyte,
Lippman Lumberg, M o r r is
Mersky, Henry J. Moses, Albert
Newman, William P oplac k,
Charles Rubin er, Julian H.
Scott, Norman N. Steinberg and
Frank J. Winton.

Bnai Moshe Seeks
to Organize Couples

ctivities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Hy Urnovitz, of Faust Ave., recently honored
their daughter, Joyce, with a sweet sixteen party at S'ammy's,
which was attended by her close friends and members of the
family.
Mrs. Ethel R. Weston and Jacob J. Sherbin, associates of
the Ruben Gold Agency for the Massachusetts Mutual Life
Insurance Co. in Detroit, have completed a week of specialized
study at Springfield, Mass., as members of their company's second
business insurance seminar for career underwriters.
The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Portner, of San Juan Dr., will mark their parents' and grand-
parents' golden wedding anniversary with a family dinner on
Oct. 31.
Mrs. Gerald Goodman, of Mendota Ave., was hostess at a
recent dinner party honoring members of the Mothers' Club
of Iota Alpha Pi sorority at Wayne State University.
Former Detroiters Dr. and Mrs. Leon A. Katzin, now of St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands, announce the forthcoming marriage
this Sunday of their daughter, Aarone, to Gerard Premel. The
ceremony will be solemnized at St. Thomas Synagogue, with a
luncheon following at Bluebeard's Castle.
A3/C Ronald Holzman is currently in town from Texas,
where he is stationed with the U. S. Air Force, and is visiting
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Holzman, of 22011 Jerome,
Oak Park. Open house in his honor was held last Sunday after-
noon. He will return to his base this weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kahn, of Santa Rosa Dr., celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary on Oct. 10, with a dinner given by
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Kahn, of Midland, Mr. -and
Mrs. J. Carrick and Miss Arlene Kahn, of Detroit. The couple
has six grandchildren. Married on High Street, in Detroit, Mr.
and Mrs. Kahn had been living in Standish, Mich., until their
return here five years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Stern, of 17576 Parkside, will be
honored on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary with
a dinner at Rotunda Inn given by their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam H. Rubin. Attending the celebration will be the couple's
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adler, their sons,
Victor, Gary and Mark; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gold, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stern and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Moritz.

JNF Plans 'Reunion' for Members of
Landmanshaften_ Who Saw Israel

A reception for- members of
landsmanshaften who have - vis-
ited Israel will be held at 10
a.m., Nov. 8, in Jericho Temple,
18495 Wyoming. -
The event is being arranged
by the Landsmanshaften Com-
mittee for Jewish National
Fund. Breakfast will be served.
The purpose of the reception
is to have all members of the
societies who have been in Is-
rael, and have seen for them-
selves the progress the state
has made and also the accom-
plishments of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund—to meet, exchange
impressions and review perso-
nal experiences during their
trips.
The program for -the meeting
will feature Aaron Rosenberg,
attorney and well-known inter-
preter of Jewish humor. Mrs.
Harry Kaminer, who is return-
ing this week from a lengthy

sojourn in Israel, will present
her views on life in Israel.
To make sure that no one is
omitted, all members of lands-
manshaften who have been in
Israel are asked to call the JNF
office, UN. 4-2767, give their
names and addresses, and they
will receive special invitations..

Home Relief Society
Slates Nov. 14 Donor

Linda Weingarden
to Wed Ellis Roth

Ask Three-Faith
Prayer for UN

In response to a request
from the United States Com-
mittee for the United Nations,
the Synagogue Council of Am-
erica has joined with the
National Council of the
Churches of Christ and the
National Catholic Welfare Con-
ference in calling upon their
respective memberships to
"offer prayers for Divine guid-
ance for the United Nations."
A three-faith prayer card for
use in the religious observance
of "UN Day", distributed by the
committee, was written by the'
Rev. Dr. Edwin T. Dahlberg,
pre _ sident of the National Coun-
cil of Churches; Francis Cardi-
nal Spellman, of New York; and
MISS LINDA WEINGARDEN Rabbi Max D. Davidson, presi-
Mr: and Mrs. Harry Weingar- dent of the Synagogues Council.
den, of 18294 Pennington, an-
nounce the engagement of their
Larry
daughter, Linda Lee, to Ellis
M. Roth, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Freedman
Theodore Roth, of 19000 Fair-
way Dr.
Orchestra 5-
The bride-elect is a graduate
Entertainment
of the Liggett School, and is
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presently attending W a y n e
State University. Her fiance, a
WSU graduate, is now a stu-
dent in the university's medical
school.
A June wedding is being-
S. LEIBICK, Prop.
planned.
Finest in Child Photography

AMEDAH STUDIO

Consider Leopold Suit
Within Parole Rights

Although stating that action
taken by Nathan Leopold in a
suit for damages was "inadvis-
able," the Illinois Parole and
Pardon Board ruled that he was
not in violation of his parole.
Leopold brought suit against
Meyer Levin and others in con-
nection with publication of the
book and motion picture "Com-
pulsion," charging that the fic-
tionalized treatment of the
sensational Loeb-Leopold case
invaded his privacy.
In making claims for $1,-
504,000, it was thought that
Leopold might be breaking a
pledge of his parole, in which
he agreed to stay out of the
public eye.

HOme Relief Society will hold
a dessert luncheon meeting
Monday afternoon, in the home
of Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, 19740
Cranbrook.
Final plans for the Nov. 14
annual donor diner celebrating
the group's 37th anniversary,
will be outlined by Mrs. John
Mossman, general chairman, and
Mrs. Faiga Keidan, ticket chair-
man.

Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candid s
Restoring Old Photographs

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Rose Foundation Aids
WSU Education Fund

The Edward Rose Foundation
has established the Edward Rose
Education Fund at Wayne State
University. T h e Foundation,
through the Wayne State Fund,
has contributed $2,000 to the
education fund this year and
will make additional contribu-
tions to sustain the program.
The fund will _permit eligible
and qualified students, selected
by the University Office of
Student Financial. Aids, to bor-
row up to $500 per semester to
defray the expenses of attending
the university. Repayment will
be made within a 10 year period.
Interest, at two per cent per
annum, will begin to accrue
one year after graduation or
after the student ceases to be a
full-time' student.
The rotating loan fund, in-
creasing by added Foundation
gifts and interest earned, prom-
ises to render much needed
assistance to worthy students
at the University.

&membership meeting to or-
ganize a Young Married Couples
Club will be held at 8:15 p.m.,
Tuesday, at Cong. Beth Moshe,
10 Mile Rd. at Kenosha, Oak
Park.
The evening's program will
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consist of a guest speaker and named a Fellow .of Brandeis
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