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November 06, 1959 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-06

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Betrothal Told

At a recent dinner, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kudewitz, of Mt. Ver-
non Rd., Southfield, announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Eleanor, to Norman M.
Folbe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Folbe, of Strathmoor Ave.
The bride-elect is presently
attending Detroit Business In-
stitute. Her fiance attends Walsh
Institute of Accountancy. Plans
are being made for a June
wedding.

Public School Drive Seeks
Clothes for Needy Children

Public support of the annual
fall public school clo thin g
drive is necessary to make cer-
tain that there are no vacant
seats in the schools because a
child has nothing to wear, ac-
cording to Earl R. Laing, prin-
cipal of Everett Elementary
School.
Laing announced that the
drive will start Monday, Nov.
9, and continue through Fri-
day, Nov. 20. It is sponsored
by Detroit Public Schools So-
cial Service, of which he is
president. The co-operating so-
cial welfare agency is the Vol-
unteers of America,

High School Club to Meet

"What Is China's Policy for
Asia?" will be discussed by the
High School International Club
at 7:30 p.m., Monday, in the
Parkman Branch Library. Dr.
Max Mark, of Wayne State Uni-
versity's political science de-
partment, will be speaker, while
the panel will include Mark
Greenberg, a Mumford High
School student.

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Hear Cantor Ackerman at Women's Luncheon

Detroiter Back
as `Shaliach'
to Youth Group

Native Detroiter Israel Stash-
efsky, who is now a member of
a kibbutz in Israel, recently re-
turned here as a shaliach for
the Youth and Hechalutz De-
partment of the Jewish Agency.
In his duties here, he is work-
ing with the Hashomer Hatzair
Organization of Detroit and is
cooperating closely with several
community groups, including
the Jewish ••••")-
National Fund.
Stashefsky
also has ac-
cepted a teach-
ing position
with the Unit-
e d Hebrew
Schools.
The new
youth director
is back here
Stashefsky
after 11 years
at Kibbutz Sasa, a settlement
located in the mountains of cen-
tral Galilee, right on the Leba-
nese • border. The first "all-
American" settlement in Israel,
it has since been joined by
many nationality groups.
The strategically situated kib-
butz was captured during the
War of Liberation, and was used
as headquarters by Arab Gen.
Kaukaqzi. Only a few weeks af-
ter its recapture, the American
settlers took over. After many
hardships, Sasa today has be-
come economically independent
and fully-developed with hun-
dreds of acres of fruit orchards
surrounding the village. ,
Stashefsky's responsibility
during this period was in build-
ing construction. He also served
as secretary of the kibbutz for a
year,
Accompanying him to Detroit
is his wife, Tzila, who worked
with Youth Aliyah in Israel, and
their five - year - old daughter,
Annette. They expect to remain
here for two-and-a-half years.
Stashefsky is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Stashefsky, of 20461
Ward.

BY SUE KOBEL
Boys' Day in Detroit found
Mumfordite David Drachler fill-
ing in for Police Commissioner
Herbert Hart. John Holmes,
Donald Sandweiss, and Thomas
Segall also attended.
Mumford tankers swam to
another victory, o v e r South-
eastern last week, 53-33. Taking
individual firsts were Marty
Bernstein, diving; Marty Chatt-
man, breaststroke; Joe Fine-
man, 200-yard free style; John
Holmes, 100-yard free style;
Alan Jones, butterfly; Alan
Katz, backstroke, and Jerry
Sanders, 50-yard free style.
Top honors in the United
Nations poster contest went to
Mumfordites Suzanne Schacter
and Roger Kukes. The city-wide
competition was sponsored by
the Women's Auxiliary of the
U. N.
In the recent senior elections,
Mark Gould won the presidency
of the class of January, 1960.
Other officers chosen were Sue
Cole, veep; Christine Holmberg,
secretary, and Bob Epstein,
treasurer.
Senior committee chairmen
have also been selected: Linda
Bernstein and Marilyn Mendel-
sohn, commencement; Stuart
Freedman and Rochelle Cutler,
social; Mac Lister, prom; Janet
Strachen, graduation luncheon;
Alice Keidan and Susan Strauss,
honors convocation; Ellen Ross,
publicity; and Sharon Music,
color, motto, flower, and gift.
Sue Rice and Larry White will
be the speakers at the gradua-
tion exercises.
The Mustangs lost their last
home game to Northern, 12-6,
last Thursday. Mumford's lone
scorer was Willie Binion. The
season ends today when the
team meets Northeastern at
3:30.
Don't miss "I Remember
Mama" to be presented' on the
Mumford stage, Nov. 19 and
Oct. 27 .— To Dr. and Mrs. 24. Tickets go on. sale. Nov. 9.
Jerome H. Klegman (Shirley
Reiter), of 19974 Schaefer, a
AZA Council. to Sell
daughter, Diane Beverly.
* * *
Oct. 25—To Dr. and Mrs. Saul Candy in Fund Drive
Philanthropic and scholarship
Rosner (Charlotte Solomon), of
24265 Shiawassee, a daughter, funds will be raised by mem,
bers of the Greater .Detroit
Karen Ann.
Council of AZA in a campaign
* * *
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. which begins Tuesday and con-
Jerome Davis (Edwina Gage tinues to Dec. 10. •
About 400 AZA members will
Croll), former Detroiters, now
of 10 Carrollton Terrace, Char- be selling boxes of candy. Part
lottesville, Va., a daughter, of the money from the fund-
raising drive will be used to
Amy Dawn.
help sponsor various local AZA
* * *
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. activities. The rest will go to
Norman Weiss (Sandra Weis- various Bnai Brith philanthro-
man), Detroiters now residing pies, UNICEF and the Heart
in Milwaukee, Wis., 'a daughter, Fund, the latter in memory of
Max Kroloff, well-known na-
Marcy Lynn.
* * *
tional Bnai Brith worker.
The money will also be used
Oct. 12 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Myron Bakst (Celia Friedman), for scholarships to the annual
of 20539 Blackstone, a son, International AZA Leadership
Training. Conference and the an-
Richard Howard.
nual Israel summer tour spon-
* * *
Oct. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs. sored by the BB Youth Organi-
Victor S. Widenbaum (Ronna zation.
Chairman for the drive is
Leff), of 20429 Ardmore, a son,
Barry Kriger, of the Sy-Teens
Daniel Steven.
AZA chapter. He may be con-
• * *
To Mr. and Mrs. tacted for information at EL 6-
Oct. 8
Allan J. Rosenberg (Barbara 3030.
Weissman), of 10010 Woodland
AN UNUSUAL GIFT FOR THAT
Ct., Oak Park,. a son, Richard
SPECIAL "NEW ARRIVAL . . ."
Keith.
CUSTOM MADE
* * *
INFANT DRESSES
Oct. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph B. Manela (Eleanor Bet-
$
man), of Oak Park, Mich., a son,
Robert Alan.
* * *
Oct. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Siegel, of 25115 Scotia,
Huntington Woods, a daughter,

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women living in the Dexter
area. The bus will leave from
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