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March 11, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-11

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The Suburban Community

Purim— A Festival of Fun
and a Time for Thinking

Livonia Sets Children's
Gala Purim Festival

Sandra Jacobs Wins Regional AL Contest

A 17-year-old Berkley High ing her graduation, Sandra
School senior is competing plans to study speech therapy
today in Owosso, Mich., in the at Wayne State University,
fifth zone American Legion ora-
torical contest, after winning
last week's regional contest in
Berkley.
She is Sandra Jacobs, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jacobs,
of 10814 Talbot, Huntington
Woods, who already has won Let Radom remodel it to the
two $25 bonds and a gold medal
new Continental look !
in the Legion contest so far.
Expert Alterations on
President of her school's
United Nations study group,
Men's & Ladies' Clothing
Sandra will participate March
18 and 19 in the UN model
assembly at Hillsdale, as a rep-
We have a Fine Large
resentative of her government
Selection of Suits,
class.
Jackets, Sportcoats,
The busy senior also is a
vice-president of the Forensics
Coats and Slacks.
Club, editor of the annual and
a radio broadcaster for station
WOAK, in Royal Oak. Follow-
TUXEDO RENTALS

Magician Bill Malinoff will
present several shows at the
first annual children's Purim
Festival to be presented by
Livonia Jewish Cong. Sister-
hood, at 3 p.m., Sunday, at
Northwest YWCA, Grand River
at Beech-Daly.
All youngsters are asked to
attend in costume and to take
part in the parade, in which
prizes will be awarded to the
two most original and two pret-
tiest costumes in keeping with
the holiday tradition.
Other prizes, refreshments
and surprises will be featured.
Co-chairmen for the affair are
Ann Hearshen and Gloria Fire-
stone.
Simcha Nursery Students

DON'T . . THROW
THAT SUIT AWAY!

which there are young chil-
dren will be faced with the
decision: "Should we send
the girls as Esther and the
boys as Mordecai, or should
we be different, even send
our son as Haman."
This is a game, and as any
parent knows, it's fun—both for
the child and the parent.
The older children also will
be having their share of fun as
they shake their greggers every
time the name of Haman is
mentioned during the recita-
tion of the Megillah. And they,
Perfect Individual Fitting
too, are looking forward to the
carnivals and games -, the food
to View Symphony Concert
and fun, the contests and prizes
that all are part of the holiday. Fete 'Dedication Book'
A group of four and five-
While the children will en- Workers at Luncheon
year-old pre-school students at
TAILORS, CLOTHIERS
liven the events of the holiday,
Workers on South Oakland the Simcha Music Nursery of
adults will be reminded of the County Hadassah's dedication Cong. Shaarey Shomayim, in
& CLEANERS
real significance of Purim-,---the book have been invited to at- Oak Park, will attend the Fri-
22155 Coolidge
triumph of the Jews over Ha- tend a President' Luncheon to day afternoon concert of the
LE 7-1511
man, vizier of King Ahasuerus
Symphony Orchestra on
Lawrence W. Crohn, presi- of Persia, by exposing his base be given by the chapter and Detroit
Free Pickup and Delivery
March
18.
Tickets
are
available
group
presidents
at
12:30
p.m.
OPEN SUNDAYS 11 to 3 P.M.
dent of the Jewish Community plot to destroy the Jews.
Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. by calling LI. 3-4688 or LI.
Council; has announced the ap-
The parallel between Haman Maurice Schiller, 12959 Nadine, 1-9769.
pointment of Mrs. Albert Ro- and his latest counterpart, Nas-
senblum, of Huntington Woods, ser of Egypt, will be too great Huntington Woods.
The _dedication book will
as chairman of the Southern to ignore.
mark the historic beginning of
Oakland County committee of
There is this real difference, the modern Hadassah Hebrew
the Council. Mrs. Rosenblum however: while Haman was pre-
succeeds Ben Goldstein, who pared to accomplish the evil University Medical Center,
Immediate
recently moved to New York. deed himself, Nasser is seeking which will open in Israel in
Delivery!
A meeting of the committee to strangle modern Israel by July.
will be held at 8:30 p.m., Mon- using others, including our own
day, at Temple Emanu El, 14450 Government and the United
W. 10 Mile. All presidents of Nations.
SOC Jewish organizations, with
This modern Haman has
14K GOLD CHARMS
their delegates, are invited to received grants for improv-
be present.
ing. the Egyptian - run Suez
Mrs. Rosenblum has been a Canal at the same time he has
member of the SOC committee sworn that no Israeli vessel
since its inception, as a rep- —or a ship of any nation car-
resentative of Cong. Beth Sha- rying Israeli goods—will ever
lom. She is a past president of be permitted through the
Beth Shalom , Sisterhood, and canal.

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a member of the board of direc-
See Our Wide Selection
He is one of the Arab spear-
tors . of the congregation. She heads of a bokcatt of firms_ deal-
of Charms and Bracelets
also IS a member of the bbard ing with Israel, and has been
Visit With the Lattin's
of SOC Hadassah, having served among those responsible for
as vice-president in charge of blacklisting businesses which
education.
QUALITY
have Jews as directors and own-
DOC GROSSMAN
RED STOTZKY
JEWELERS
Active also in the general ers. He has gone so far as to
community, Mrs. Rosenblum boycott Hollywood movie stars
129.131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
has , served as a division chair- who are Jewish or who have
FERNDALE 20. MICHIGAN
man in the. Torch Drive, and expressed approval of the exist-
20811 W. 8 MILE ROAD — KE 4-1400
LI 2-2110
currently is a Girl Scout troop ence of Israel as a Jewish state
Just 3 Minutes West of Northland
Thurs.,
Fri.,
Sat.
Till
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leader.
—whether or not they are Jews.
The Council's Southern Oak-
It is to remind ourselves of
land County Committee is com- these modern Hamans — the
posed of representatives of Nassers, the Rockwells, . the pro-
Council-affiliated organizations fessional bigots and irresponsi-
active in the suburban areas. ble leaders of governments—
The committee considers prob- that Purim takes on signifi-
lems arising in connection with cance today as it has through
Is Proud to Announce the Opening of a
religious practices in public the generations.
schools, community planning
and integration of newly de- Scholar's Widow Gives
veloping Jewish communities
in the suburban environments. Collection to Library
Some 68 Hebrew and Yiddish
Beth Shalom Sisterhood volumes from the collection of
at
the late Simon Richardson
to Hear Book Review were given to the Oak Park
LI 6-7797
22175 COOLIDGE—JUST SO. OF 9 MILE
A book review-dessert lunch- Library this week by his widow,
eon program is being planned Mrs. Myra Richardson, of 23871
Featuring:
by the Beth Shalom Sisterhood Moritz.
Mr. Richardson, well-known
at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
• COMPLETE DINNERS •APPETIZERS •DELICATESSEN
the home of Mrs. Irene Lawson, leader in the Labor Zionist
movement and a noted scholar
12745 Northfield, Oak Park.
• BAR-B-Q'd CHICKEN •TRAY SERVICE
Mrs. Janice Waxenberg will and teacher, died in January
review Allen Drury's best-seller of 1957.
GRAND OPENING SPECIALS
Among the books given to
"Advise and. Consent." A lim-
• . • • • . • .. 95c lb.
ited number of tickets are avail- the library were originals and
STUFFED ROAST FRYERS
able to those without a series translations of novels, poetry,
99c lb.
• .
CHOPPED HERRING . . . . . .. . ..
history, political science a n d
ticket.
Luneheor hostesv, , s will be sociology. Mrs. Richardson is
79c lb.
CHOPPED LIVER . . . . $1.59 lb. KISHKA
Mesdames Evelyn Israel, currently clerk in the court of
Thelma Kopel, Eileen Mundell Oak Park Municipal Judge Bur-
KNISHES (large size) .. 99c doz. LOX (in oil) 69c lb.
and Natalie Victor. For reserva- ton R. Shaman.
tions, call Mrs. Esther Rosen-
thal, LI 6-4987; Mrs. Pearl Livonia Hebrew School
WE HAVE SEVERAL CHOICE DATES OPEN
Soffin, UN 4-8747; or Mrs. Jerri Schedules Tun Night'
Sheldon, MA 6:6836. ,
FOR CATERING DURING 1960.
A "fun night," open to the
public,
is
planned
by
the
Li-
Sisterhood to Meet
vonia Branch, United Hebrew
Congratulations and Best Wishes From:
A board meeting of Bnai 'Schools, at 8:30 p.m., Wednes-
David Sisterhood will be held day, at the Livonia Jewish
GUNSBERG'S KOSHER STAR SAUSAGE COMPANY
Monday afternoon, at the home Cong., 32070 W. 7 Mile.
of Mrs. Emil Spilman, 18248
AMERICAN LINEN COMPANY
Prizes
and
refreshments
will
Stratford, Southfield. Co-host-
.avail-
be
featured.
Tickets
are
ZEMAN'S
NEW YORK BAKERY
esses will be mesdames Oscar
Shorr and Maurice Silverman. able from all PTA members,
MAYER'S BAKERY
Cohen, GR.
Members are asked to bring in or by calling Rae Schwartz;
KE.
-
all ads aria: doter reservations 6=0875, or Eileen
thd: coining: donor,' March 30: . 74975.

By the Oak-Woodser
Youngsters in the community
have been figuratively—if not
literally—bursting at the seams
all week long in anticipation of
the festival of Purim, to be
celebrated this Saturday night
and Sunday.
For the younger children,
perhaps the anticipation of the
holiday with its colorful cos-
tumes and parades is even more
exciting than the actual events
that will take place this week-
end in nearly every synagogue
and religious school.
Most every household in

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Mrs. Rosenblum
Heads Council's
SOC Committee

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STRICTLY KOSHER CARRY-OUT SERVICE
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