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November 06, 1959 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-06

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Hebrew School Auxiliary Luncheon Israeli- Women's Field-liandelman
Leader to Speak Rites Set for` Winter
to Raise .Funds for Scholarships
toPioneerWomen

Working out final plans for the annual luncheon of
the Women's Auxiliary, United Hebrew Schools, are, left to
right, seated: Mesdames EDWARD FLSHMAN, CHARLES
WEINER, SAMUEL W. LEIB and THEODORE ISAACS;
standing, Mesdames RUBIN SAYWITZ, HERBERT MOSS,
SAM STEWART, IRVING SOLOMON, JOSEPH RODD and
IRVING PALMAN.

*

* *

Several projects carried out
by the Women's Auxiliary of
the United Hebrew Schools
throughout the year will be
the beneficiaries of the annual
Auxiliary luncheon being held
at 12:15 p.m., Nov. 18,. at Holi-
day Manor.
According to Mesdames Sam-
uel W. Leib and Charles Wei-
n e r , • luncheon co-chairmen,
funds go for scholarships to
high school students at Hebrew
speaking camps Ramah, Sharon
and Massad; provide additional
scholarships to Midrasha grad-
uate students planning to teach
Hebrew; purchase gold pins
to UHS graduates and refer-
ence books for the school
library.
Mrs. Irving Arlin, president,
has extended an invitation to
all women in the community
to attend the luncheon. For
tickets, call Mrs. Irving Solo-
mon, UN 4-8281; or Mrs. Rubin
Saywitz, LI 7-3986.

Onai
Activities

Marriage counselor Mildred
Perlis will speak on "Under-
standing Ourselves and Marri-
age" at the annual combined
meeting of IVAN S. BLOCH
LODGE and CHAPTER, to be
held at 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in
the Workmen's Circle, 18340
W. '7 Mile. Prospective mem-
bers are invited. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Norville Rappa-
port, program chairman, LI
5-7502. For transportation, call
Mrs. Jack Kessler, BR 3-5470.
* * *
DOWNTOWN LODGE has
planned a program for new
and prospective members at
8:30 p.m., Thursday, at Cong.
Beth Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming.
A Bnai Brith film and a"
speaker are planned. A social
hour will follow. A business
meeting is slated for Nov. 19.

ngagements

At a recent family gathering,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buchalter
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Sheila Ilene, to
Alan Norman Odnert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Barnett Odnert. Alan
has previously attended the
Sorbonne at : the University of
Paris. Both 'young people are
presently seniors at Wayne
State University, where Alan is
offiliated with Kappa Nu fra-
ternity. An Aug. 7 wedding is
planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron C. Vitale,
of Santa Rosa Dr.,. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, •Syma Cecile, to Robert
M. Castleman, of Detroit, pre-
sently stationed with the U.S.
Air Force in Texas. No wed-
ding date as yet has been an-
nounced. .

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Sation: WCAR.
Feature: Prof. Yigael Yadin,
of the Hebrew University, for-
mer Israel Army Chief of Staff
and one of the world's foremost
archaeologists, will be heard in
a recorded interview from Jeru-
salem with Detroit's Boris M.
Joffe, executive director of the
Je wish Community Council,
sponsor of the weekly broad-
cast.

• * *
TRAFFIC SAFETY MORALITY

Shoshana Hareli, chairman of
the cultural department of Mo-
etzet Hapoalot, the Working
Women's Council of Israel, will
greet members of the Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women at
a pre-donor round-up at 8:30
p.m., Thursday, in the Hayim.
Greenberg Center.
Mrs. Saul Rose, vice-president
of funds and chairman of the
evening's program, states that
Cantor Reuven Frankel and his
wife, Penina, also will appear
in a colorful
medley of
songs. Mrs.
Bella Goldberg
will be the ac-
companist.
The guest
speaker w i 11
b e • introduced
by Mrs. Sam
W asserman,
president of
the Council.
Mrs. Hareli,
a third gener-
Mrs. Hard!
ation Amer i-
can who was born and educated
in New York, went to Palestine
in 1931. She was elected secre-
tary of the Moetzet Hapoalot,
administering d a y nurseries,
immigrant centers and vocation-
al schools for women and chil-
dren.
During the War of Liberation
she was stationed in Jerusalem,
and aided .in its defense. In
1949, she. was Moetzet Hapoa-
lot's first representative to the
U.S.
In her present capacity, she
is charged with the integration
of newcomers. She also is vice-
president of the Council of Wo-
men's Organizations in Israel
and a judge in the Histadrut
Court of Appeals.
During her stay here, Mrs.
Hareli also will make radio and
television appearances, speak at
a sabbath tea at 2 p.m., Nov. 14
and be guest of honor at a
president's brunch Nov. 15, in
the home of Mrs. Wasserman.

Councilettes' Annual Dance
to Be Semi-Formal Affair

The Lee Plaza Hotel . will be
the site for the Councilettes' an-
nual semi-formal dance, to be
held from 8:30 p.m. to 12 mid-
night, Nov. 28. Music will be
provided by the Counts.
Next Councilette meeting will
be held Nov. 15, at the Council
House on Six Mile Rd. A guest
speaker is scheduled. Three
cans of food will be required
for admittance.

SAM ROSENBLAI

Master of Ceremonies
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
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MISS LORELEE FIELD

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Field, of
Wildwood Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Lorelee, to Seymour
Handelman, son of Mrs. Anna
Handelman, of Clements Ave.,
and the late Mr. Isadore Han-
delman.
A December wedding has
been planned, after which the
couple will honeymoon in Mex-
ico City and Acapulco.

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Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday:
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
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Feature: "Traffic Safety, the
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Sunday, in which the Jewish
Group Prices. SALLY FIELDS—LI 8-3511, SUNDAY ALL DAY,
Community Council is partici- Detroiters to Attend
pating, will be presente d.
Among the speakers will be Dr. Bnai Brith Meeting
Richard C. Hertz, of Temple
Three national leaders of
Beth El, other clergymen and Bnai Brith in. Detroit will at-
Autumn Beauty—Yours in a Lovely Coiffure
traffic experts.
tend the 116th annual meeting
. . . looking lovelier than ever in a prettier-
* * *
of the organization, which
than-ever
new hairstyle to compliment your
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
opens Sunday, at the Waldorf
new fall costumes .. .
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Astoria in New York.
Station: WWJ.
Participating in the four-day
and so flattering!
Feature: "The Story of Lin- event will be Mrs. Charles D.
coln Hale," by Dr. Ruth Gru SolOvich, national president of
SPECIAL TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
ber, will be presented. Sent by Bnai Brith Women; Harry
the American government on a. Yudkoff, chairman of the na-
HAIR
technical mission to Israel, Lin- tional fund campaign cabinet;
TINTING
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coln Hale, a poet and vision- and Robert S. Rudman, member
ary, finds there his own spir- of the national service com-
itual mission in life.
ANY DAY
$1250 up
mittee for armed forces and
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veterans.
PERMANENTS
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COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
A highlight of the meeting
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
will be the presentation of the
• Station: WJLB.
Bnai Brith President's Medal
Feature: Irving S. Cane, com- to Brig. Gen. David Sarnoff,
mander of the Department of president of the National Broad-
BEAUTY SALON
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A broadcast of the presenta
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Lawrence Gubocw, past Depart- Tuesday, over WWJ.
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FESTIVAL OPENING OF
the Year."

Carl Pritchard

Dr. Hertz,to Address
Federation Juniors

Dr. Richard C. Hertz, senior
rabbi of Temple Beth El, will
report on "Jews Behind the
Iron Curtain" at the opening
meeting of the Junior Division
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, 8 pan., Sunday, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kerner,
19014 Fairfield.
Those attending will have an
opportunity to chat informally
with Dr. Hertz about his recent
trip to Russia and other Com-
munist bloc nations during a
coffee hour.
Walter Shapero is education
program chairman.

UNITED JEWISH FOLK SCHOOL CONFERENCE

on Saturday evening, November 1, 1959, 9:00 pan. at the
Labor Zionist Institute, 19161 Schaefer
DR. JOSEPH KLINGHOFFER

Educator, Director of Congress Educational Department
in Montreal, Canada — Guest Speaker

.

REUVEN FRANKEL

Cantor of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, in musical program

School Children Participation
Sunday, November 8, 1959, 1:00 p.m. — Second Session
All members of P. Z., Farband, P. W. 0. and School
parents are urged to attend the Annual School Conference

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