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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 6, 1959-24

Council Begins
$500,000 Drive
for Israel School

A $1,000 check, the "kick-off"
contribution by the Detroit Sec-
tion, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, toward a new pro-
ject in Israel was recently pre- I
sented by Mrs. Leonard H.
Weiner. national vice-president
from Detroit, to Mrs. Charles
Hymes. of Minneapolis, Council
president.
The fund was given in honor
of Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, a past
president of
k the Detroit
Section, the
National Coun-
cil and the
International
Council of
Jewish Wo-
men and now
honorary
N C J W vice-
president.
The contri-
bution helped
to launch
Council's new-
est campaign,
Mrs. Weiner a half-million
dollar drive to house the He-
brew University's Model High
School, an American-type exper-
imental school in Jerusalem.
According to Mrs. Milton Hes-
slein, president of the Detroit
Section, the school is the prac-
tice teaching laboratory used by
100 student teachers from the
university's John Dewey school
of education. -
The school is being forced
out of its present, borrowed
quarters, Mrs. Hesslein said, be-
cause its classrooms are over-
crowded with 700 students in
two separate parts of the city.
Council has supported the
school since 1948 with total
contributions in excess of $50,-
000.
Complete plans for the new
campaign will be announced at
the Council's fifth annual Angel
Ball, to be held Nov. 25, in the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Although there is no formal
sale of tickets, over 1,000 peo-
ple are expected to be present
for the festivities, according to
Mesdames Jerry Krandall and
Alvin Rodecker, co-chairmen.
Tickets are distributed to
members who have contributed
merchandise evaluated at $150
or more during the year to
Council's Resale Shop, on Puri-
tan at Fairfield.
Sales from the shop, in turn,
help finance Council's many
projects, which include a schol-
arship program, the Activities
Center for Senior Adults, at
8432 W. McNichols, the Detroit
Community Workshop and fur-
nishing and staffing a new
lounge for the men's psychiatric
ward at Receiving Hospital.

.

Temple Israel Men Set
Children's Celebration

activities in Society

Among the out-of-town guests here this weekend for the
Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Kief, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kief,
of Westhampton Ave., Oak Park, are Dr. and Mrs. Mike Alpern
and sons, of East Liverpool, O.; Mrs. Harry Mellman, of St.
Louis, Mo.; Miss Rose Herscowitz, of Chicago, Ill., and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Rheins and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rheins, of
Cincinnati, 0.
Mrs. Martha Winet, of 19955 Sorrento, has returned from
New York City, where she visited with her family.
In Detroit this weekend to attend the Bar Mitzvah of Raphael
Aryah Rockove, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Israel I. Rockove, of
3816 Fullerton, are Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon Rockove, of Chicago;
Mrs. Aaron Chait, Mrs. Samson Applegrad and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hellman, of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gasner, of
Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steen and Mrs. Anna Gellman,
of Toronto.
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Orecklin have returned to their home on
Oak Drive, following a month's visit in Israel and Europe.
Miss Varda Butofsky, of Hadera, Israel, is visiting her cous-
ins, the Beryl Harrisons, of 19203 Monica. Miss Butofsky spent
the last two years in London, Eng., teaching in the Hebrew
school system.
A dinner at Holiday Manor last Sunday evening marked the
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Karl Beresh, son of Dr. and Mrs. Abraham
Beresh, of Greenlawn Ave. The ceremony was observed Saturday,
at Beth Aaron Synagogue.

Varied Activities at Jewish Center
Include Square Dance, Workshops

Activities at the Jewish Cen-
ter, 18100 Meyers, and its
branches include the follow-
ing:
A family square dance and
folk song • afternoon will be
presented by the Mothers Club
Council and Older Adult Lounge
from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov.
15, at the main building.
Two performing dance groups
are organizing at the main
building. A modern dance chore-
ography workshop, conducted
by Fannie Aronson, meets from
8:05 to 9:35 p.m. Thursdays,
and a performing ballet work-
shop is being organized under .
the direction of Osvald and
Mirdza Lemanis.
"Parents without partners,"
a new Center .program for
widowed and divorced parents
of young children, will meet

JWV Activities I

A hospital party for the vet-
erans of the Ann Arbor Hos-
pital will be held Sunday after-
noon by the members of
S H O L OM AUXILIARY and
their husbands. A USO troupe
will entertain the patients, and
fruit will be distributed, an-
nounces Mrs. Fred Sarkow,
hospital chairman. The hospital
party is an anual affair for the
auxiliary.
* * *

Sgt. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN AUXILIARY announces
a membership drive cocktail
party at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday,
in the home of Mrs. Leo Nelson,
20040 Lauder. Marion Stanley,
state department patriotic in-
structress and immediate past
president of Silverman Auxil-
iary, will be guest speaker.
Shirley Goldstein, junior vice
president and membership
chairman, will be assisted by
Molly Sklowey and Florence
Rosenberg. Wives, mothers and
sisters of veterans are invited
to join. For information, call
Shirley Goldstein, KE 7-0898.
Members are asked to turn in
money raised for the group's
fund-raising event.

Movie s, entertainment by
noted stage and television stars,
movies and refreshments will
be among the highlights of the
annual children's party of the
Temple Israel Men's Club.
Open to children of Men's
Club members, the party will
be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, in
the Leon Fram Hall of Temple
Israel.
Mark Fischer is general chair-
* * *
man of the event, and is being
assisted by Hal Gordon and
ROBERT J. RAFELSON
Paul Goldberg, co-chairmen.
POST and AUXILIARY will
hold its annual membership
Mr. and Mrs. Group to View party at 9 p.m., Saturday, in the
City of Hope Center Films Memorial Home. Morton Oppen-
Mr. and Mrs. Group of the helm, -. Pct commander, and
City of Hope will meet Satur- Mrs. Nathan Brenner, president
day evening, in the home of of the Auxiliary, urge members
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schwartz, to bring all prospective mem-
24271 Jerome, in Oak Park, bers. A roaring twenties theme
when films of the Duarte, Calif., is planned by Mrs. Abe
institution will be shown. Schwartz and Robert Zelvin, ar-
Recorded proceedings of the rangements chairmen. Dancing,
1959 convention also will be entertainment and refreshments
are to be featured.
heard.

at the main building at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday.
The first meeting of the
Center's amateur radio work-
shop will be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, at the main building.
The Fenkell Mothers Club
will hold a luncheon at the
main building, 12:30 p.m.,
Thursday, November 12. Other
Mothers clubs will meet at 12:30
p.m. at the Davison branch au-
ditorium-12th Street Mothers
Club on Thursday, Nov. 19,
Dexter Mothers Club on Tues-
day, Dec. 15 and Center-Davi-
son Mothers Club on Tuesday,
Jan. 19.
English classes, using the
new aural-oral or "hear and
speak" method, will again be
offered by the Center for Old-
er Adults. Classes will be taught
by Valerie Komives.
Three films which show art
as a communication medium and
explain why abstract art can
communicate, "Communications
Primer," "Non-Objective Art"
and "Cubism," will be shown
at an art film program, fol-
lowed by a lecture and discus-
sion, at 8:30 p.m., Thursday,
Nov. 19.
Center Art instructor Marvin
Beerbohm will discuss and
demonstrate painting techniques
at a free "studio talk" at 8:30
p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 17..
Registration is still open for
Senior House League and Jun-
ior basketball at the Center's
main building.
A story hour for 3 and 4
years-olds will be held at 2
p.m., Tuesdays, starting Nov.
17, at the main building. Mrs.
Helen Frank, former children's
librarian, will conduct the pro-
gram. Reservations can be made
by calling the children's divi-
sion.

Open Door Gallery
Starts Operations
With Howe Exhibit

The Open Door Gallery, De-
troit's newest art exhibit area,
will open Sunday with a show,
introducing a young, Ann Arbor
artist and sculptor, Nelson
Howe.
Howe's paintings, drawings
and sculpture can be seen at the
Gallery, 18090 Wyoming, from
3 to 8 p.m. Sunday. The show
will continue through Nov. 27.
Howe studied English Litera-
ture, law and art at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. He is now de-
voting full time to art.
Also to be featured in this
first show are drawings and
sketches by members of the
University of Michigan faculty,
Richard Sears, Albert Mullen,
Leonard Zamiska and Irving
Kaufman.

Doneson to Speak on Status
of Russian Jew to Branch 11

Katz-Pelayin Rites
Set for Late Spring

Jules Doneson will speak on
his recent trip to Russia at a
meeting of Branch 11, Labor
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, at 9 p.m., Saturday, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Maniker, 4325 Waverly.
In his talk, Doneson will give
his opinion on the status of the
Jews in Russia. For informa-
tion, call Dave Silberg, VE
6-7610.

Larry
Freedman

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Entertainment

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MISS NATALIE KATZ

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Katz, of
Pinehurst Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Natalie, to Michael Pelavin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Pela-
yin, of Flint, Mich.
Miss Katz, a former student at
Syracuse University, now is a
senior at the University of
Michigan. Her fiance is a senior
at the Detroit College of Law,
and is a past president of Tau
Epsilon Rho legal fraternity.
The young couple is planning
a late spring wedding.

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