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October 30, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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By ALAN SCHWARTZ
Five Mumford juniors were
selected as finalists in the
American Field Service (AFS)
program. They are Sheila Fish-
man, Anne Jacobowitz, Susan
Kobel, Vivian Shevitz and Judy
Stamell. One of the girls will
be selected to spend next sum-
mer in Europe.
Last Friday an AFS assem-
bly was held by the Student
Council program committee.
Speakers included C. E. Frazer
Clark, principal; Richard Leach,
chairman; Janet Hall, Elna
Vorberg, Inger Bjorkquist and
Don Sandweiss. Janet and Don
spoke of their trips to Germany
last summer. Janet was spon-
sored by the Michigan Council
of Churches and Don by AFS.
Elna and Inger spoke of their
first impressions of America
and American life.

The Mumford track team con-
tinued its winning ways as it
stomped Central last Wednes-
day. Finishing in the top ten
for Mumford were Elvin Roper,
Walter Foreman. Janarvus
Sanders, Stanley Ruby, Ken
Burnlee, Cardell Norris, Ken
Jackson, and Steve Mallerman.

Pioneer Women Step Up Programs A11110UnCe Betrothal
of Legislation, Education Groups
of Marilyn Lofman

The first of a series of meet-
ings planned by the world af-
fairs committee of the Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women will
feature an address by attorney
Alan N. Brown, it is announced
by Mrs. Morris Mendelson,
Council legislative chairman.
The program will take place
at 12:30 p.M. Tuesday in the
home of Mrs.
Jack Rose,
12747 Vernon,
Huntingt o n
Woods, and
will be fol-
lowed by reg-
ular meetings
the first Tues-
day of each
month.
Brown, for-
Mrs. Mendelson mer member
of the Mayor's Committee on
the St. Lawrence Seaway and
a former editor of "The Con-
gress Voice," a publication of
the American Jewish Congress,
will be introduced by Mrs.
Mendelson.
In keeping with the after-

BB Women Brin g
Bishop,Bas-Sheva
and Four Lads

Three major acts of night
club, television and motion pic-
ture prominence will be high-
lighted at the annual "Star-
Studded Revue" of the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith
Women's Council.
Making appearances at the af-
The drama club will present
"I Remember Mama," the fair, which culminates the worn-
school play, on Nov. 19 and 20. en's drive for $100,000, will be

Mumford's tankers suffered
their first defeat of the year
last Thursday, 51 - 38. Denby
proved too strong for us, and
the team was only able to take
three first places. Marty Chatt-
man won the 100-yard breast
stroke and the freestyle and
medley relay teams consisting
of Wally Stuart, Steve Lash,
Joe Fineman and Jerry Sand-
ers and Alan Katz, Marty Chatt-
man, Alan Jones and Jackie
Berman, respectively, also were
victorious.
*
*
All students enrolled in De-
troit Public Schools are enjoy-
ing a day off. today. It's Teach-
er's Institute Day.

Police Chief Sorry
for Slur on Jews

PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) —
The Daily Pennsylvanian, stu-
dent newspaper at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, reports
that it has received an apology
from Thomas J. Gibbons, Phila-
delphia Police Commissioner,
for using the phrase "Jewish
appearance" in a police flyer
posted around the university
after a stabbing in the area.
The apology was received
after the student newspaper
protested in an editorial . that
the use of such a term was not
in the public interest and so
nebulous that it might even
be applied to Abdel Nasser,
President of the United Arab
Republic.
The Police Commissioner said,
in his reply: "Personally, and
on behalf of the entire Police
Department, will you please
accept my humble apologies
for- the injudicious wording of
our recent wanted circular."
He added that the warding
was not that of the department
but a "word-for-word" descrip-
tion given to police investiga-
tors by a presumed witness to
the stabbing.

noon's theme, "A chieving
World Peace through Strength-
ening the United Nations,"
Brown will review "World
Peace Through World Govern-
ment" by Clark and Sohn.
Another phase of the Pioneer
Women's program will com-
mence on Monday, when classes
in beginning and intermediate
Hebrew are taught in the
Hayim Greenberg Center.
Mrs. Norman Leemon will in-
struct the beginners from 10
to 11 a.m., while Mr s. D.
Dworkin teaches an inter-
mediate class from 10:30 to
11:30 a.m., each Monday, it is
announced by Mrs. Harry Mon-
dry, education vice-president.
An oneg shabbat is planned
by the monthly Book Review
Club at 12:30 p.m., Nov. 7,
in the home of Mrs. Julius
Tatelman, 20121 Stratford. Mrs.
Harold Noveck, education de-
partment adviser, will review
Drury's "Advise and Consent."
Working to broaden the ed-
ucational and cultural aspects
of Council activities are IVIes-
dames M. Friedman and I.
Serling, culture; M. Mendelson
and A. Naggar, legislation; D.
Sislin and S. Yagoda, commun-
ity relations; I. Turner, Com-
munity Council; and D. Shuster,
Shule.
Others are N. Abramson, Far-
band Camp; Ni. Salinger, Hab-
onim; A. Primack, speakers
bureau; A. Wolok, book reviews;
S. Slutsky and M. Rosenfeld,
book clubs; W. Rabinowitz, li
brarian; N. Leemon and G. Ber-
ris, Hebrew classes; M. Michlin,
I. Posner, I. Turner, N. Kanter,
G. Berris, I. Berman and B. Har-
old, leadership training.

Songs, Arias Feature
Dan Frohman Musical

The Dan Frohman Chorus
will present its first musical
of the season at 8:15 p.m.,
Nov. 8, at the Baldwin Recital
Hall, Woodward and Ferry.
Participating in the program
will be the Cleveland Circle
string chamber ensemble. Con-
ductor-pianist Frohman, Irene
Pianin, soprano, and Alex Joffe,
baritone, will appear in a group
of songs and arias with Rebecca
Frohman as accompanist.
The program is open to the
public free of charge.

WALTER IRVING was the
recipient of the Potter Award
by the Michigan Rehabilitation
Association, the first time such
an award has been given to a
merchant who has assisted in
MISS MARILYN LOFMAN
Announcement is made of the the rehabilitation of the men-
engagement of Miss Marilyn tally ill.
Lofman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Lofman, of 20095
Basil, to Marvin Freedman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Freedman,
of San Francisco, Calif., former-
Orchestra - Entertainment
ly of Oak Park. The engaged
302 Fox Building
couple attends Michigan State
WO 2-4814
UN 4-4346
University.

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Bas-Sheva

Joey Bishop

comedian Joey Bishop, the Four
Lads, a popular singing group,
and Bas-Sheva, the daughter of
a cantor whose powerful, can-
torial voice has been widely
acclaimed.
The "Star - Studded Revue"
will be held at 8:30 p.m., Nov.
10, at the Fox Theater. All
seats are being sold on a first-
come, first-served basis, accord-
ing to Mesdames Albert Cutler
and Charles Blauer, chairmen.
Tickets are available by call-
ing Mrs. Cutler, UN 2-8379, or
Mrs. Blauer, VE 8-7283.

Phi Sigma Delta Rides
Float to 1st Place Trophy

"Medieval Times" was the
theme of the first prize float
entered by Phi Sigma Delta
fraternity in University of
Detroit's homecoming parade.
Designed by Larry Warren,
president, the float was built
by the 22 active members of
the fraternity, on the U. of D.
campus since 1957. The win-
ning entry received a trophy,
adding to other academic and
extras-curricular achievements
won by Phi Sigma Delta.

Sorors of Iota Alpha Pi
Go A-Witching Sat. Eve

Because of many inquiries by
their customers, KAPLAN
BROS., Strictly Kosher Meats
and Poultry, state that they are
not moving from their present
location at 18211 Wyoming near
Curtis, and that they have no
affiliation with any other
butcher in the city.
* * *
HONI'S, located at 18951
Livernois, has just received a
large shipment of fine spring
fabrics, laces, embroidered chif-
fons and brocades for women's,
children's and teen-age custom-
made dress. A beautiful selec-
tion of boutique gift items for
"the new arrival" is also avail-
able. Specialty of the house is
the alteration and remodeling
of clothing for the female
members of the family.

Israel Asks UN for
More Technical Aid

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
(JTA)—Increased United Na-
tions appropriations for techni-
cal assistance have been advo-
cated here by Israel. Miss Hava
Hareli, Israel representative on
the General Assembly's Eec-
nomic and Financial committee,
declared that higher allocations
would be justified "in view of
the real need which had been
shown by requests for aid."
"The UN technical assistance
projects in Israel," Miss Hareli
said, "have been carried out
successfully, with Israeli per-
sonnel taking over from experts
previously provided by the
United Nations." The Israeli
delegation pointed out that in
recent years, Israel has con-
tributed an increasing number
of experts to aid technical
assistance programs in other
countries.

Nu chapter, Iota Alpha Pi
Sorority, at Wayne State Uni-
versity, will hold its annual
Hallowe'en party, Saturday at
the home of Sandra Mendelsohn.
The sorors also participated
More than 750 students of this week in the University-
the University of Michigan wide lawn decoration contest to
were recommended for teach- publicize Saturday's Homecom-
ing certificates in 1956-57.
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