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March 11, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-11

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Mrs. Leeman to Head
Child's Day Efforts

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Bnai Brith Activities



Beth Aaron Cubs Set
Annual Square Dance

The annual square dance of
Appointment of Mrs. Norman
I cub scout pack 537 of Beth
Lemon to serve as general
EAST SIDE CHAPTER is I A luncheon is being planned Aaron Synagogue will be held
On the
chairman for
planning its membership and I
Rabbi MANDEL M. ZAGER at 9 p.m. Saturday at the syna-
the annual
retention
tea at 8:30 p.m., Tues- by
This Week's Radio and
CHAPTER at 12:30 p.m., March gogue. Caller will be Jim
observance
day,
in
the
home
of
Mrs.
Robert
21,
at Federal's Grand River-
Television Programs ! of World Jew-
Coggan, 19526 Roslyn. Rabbi Oakman auditorium. For reser- Schulties. Prizes and refresh-
of Jewish Interest
ish Child's
Sherwin T. Wine, of Temple vations, call Eva Liner, WE. ments will be featured. All are
Day was an-
Beth El, will present a book 3-5386; or Faye Goldstein, WE. welcome to attend.
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Anyone seeking information
nounced this
review.
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
5-7212. Guests are invited.
on membership in the cub pack
week by Mrs.
Station: WWJ.
*
*
may call cubmaster Irving Stahl,
Feature: "The Seed and the Sam Wasser-
HENRY MORGENTHAU
Diane Stein and Leslie Sklar UN 4-0326.
Dream," a drama by Morton man, presi-
LODGE will discuss "Income
dent of the
Wish
in commemoration Detroit Coun-
Tax Problems" at a special pro- were chairman of a recent cul- Classified ads bring fast results!
of
of Theodor Herzl Centennial cil of Pioneer
gram planned for Monday eve- tural weekend held by GEORGE
Year, will be presented. The Women. Mrs. Leemon
ning, at Young Israel Center GERSHWIN Chapter, Bnai
script is about Herzl's trials
of Oak-Woods. Abe Burnstein, Brith Girls, which included
Want The Best?
in convincing
Three traditional events , held Leo Sobel, Hilbert Sosin, CPA's, Friday evening services at Tem-
Ask the Folks Who've Had
g some people to in conjunction ,vith Child'
s Day and Attorney Robert Alpern ple Israel. a sabbath luncheon
support the cause of a re-estab- activities, are planned , begin-
and an address by Mrs. Charles
SAM BARNETT
lished homeland in Jerusalem. fling with a cannister driVe on will answer questions, accord- D. Solovich, national president
and ills Orchestra
ing to Sid Cohn, program chair-
April 24. There also will be a man.
of Bnai Brith Women, on BBYO
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
dance
May
14,
at
Adas
Shalom
*
11 1-2563
throughout the world.
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Synagogue, and a coin book
Station: WXYZ.
Formation of a GREATER '
collection by youngsters.
Feature: Rabbi Paul W. Stein-
Chairing the various phases DETROIT AZA COUNCIL
Representing the
berg, dean of the schools of of the program are Mesdames bowling league, meeting at 10
UN 2-8083
education and sacred music at
FINEST IN
Albert Herman and Louis Dia- a.m., Sundays, at Ambassador
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Recreation, Schaefer and Fen-
Institute - of Religion in New mond, cannister drive, and 'Mes-
ENTERTAINMENT
dames Berenice Shapiro and kell, has been announced. High
York, will speak on "What on Saul Rose, dance.
and low leagues are featured
and ... SHOWS
Earth Are You Doing for
for the 12-week season. For in-
Heaven's Sake?"
formation, call Stuart Felhan-
Leiderman to Direct
*
*
Also Featuring:
dler, KE. 5-5417; or Bernie
.. . TO DWELL TOGETHER Young Israel Camp
THE BEST IN
Heideman, BR. 3-4230, both
A SS O CIA
CI - ATYE S
Time: 9:15 a.m., Sunday.
Frank E. Leiderman, a De- members of Wise AZA.
MUSIC ... for
19983
LIVERNOIS
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel troit public school teacher with
*
ALL OCCASIONS
2).
Between Pembroke and Chippewa
a wide background in summer
Mark Beltaire, Detroit Free
Feature: Charles E. Feinberg, camp activities, has been ap- Press
columnist, will be guest
art patron and collector and a pointed as resident director of
member of the culture commis- Camp Shor, sponsored by Mid- speaker at the 16th anniversary
dinner-dance of L 0 U I S D.
sion of the Jewish Community west branches of Young Israel BRANDEIS
LODGE. Benjamin
I
Council, sponsors of this weekly some 30 miles from Cincinnati. S. Wettenstein, president,
- an- .1
telecast, will discuss "Jewish

Two other Detroiters, Morry flounces that the event will
LAMP MOUNTING
REPAIRING
Ceremonial Art" together with
Weiss and Edward Traurig, also take place Sunday evening, at l 11.
1
• REBUILDING
Francis Robinson, associate a school teacher, have been Club Alamo. Beltaire will be ;
curator of Medieval art at the n a m e d to serve as co-head presented with the Lodge's
• Complete Ceramic Repairs •
Detroit Institute of Arts.
counselors.
Americanism Award "for his i
* * *
A Complete Selection of
Leiderman recently received continuous and successf u-
l of
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
IMPORTED CRYSTAL — LAMPS & LAMP SHADES
his
master's
degree'from
Wayne
forts
in
promoting
benevolence,
:Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
State University. He has done brotherly love and harmony 1 26001
.Station: WJLB.
COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
LI 4-1711
extensive youth work, teaches among all peoples."
I
:Feature: Mrs. Carl Schiller, Hebrew school and formerly
OPEN
DAILY
9
to
* * *
5:30;
THURS.,
SAT.
I
to 9
chairman of the planning com-
served as assistant director of

Members of the bowling

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mittee for the Midrasha Insti- Camp Keyuma.
.
league of DETROIT CHAPTER
tute, and Rabbi Milton Arm,

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WALKER LAMP CO..



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The remainder of the staff i will be hostesses at a meeting

member of the board of the
Midrasha, will discuss the sig - will be drawn from other parts planned for 12:30 p.m., W h ed-
of the Midwest. The camp at- nesday, in the Sholern Aleic em

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McINERNEY'S

nificance of the Institute on the tracts boys and girls,
aged 6 tInstitute, 19350 Greenfield. A
, geo
Jewish cultural scene,
14, from more than 10 states. musical comedy, "There Is
FARM and OLD CIDER MILL
* *
For information, contact Nothing Like The Game," will
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
29501 Northwestern Highway
Leiderman, 18115 Kentucky, UN be featured. Friends are invited.
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Bet. 12 and 13 Mile Road
* *
4-3446, or Mrs. B. Servetter,
Station: WCAR.
24351 Coolidge, Oak Park, LI
YUSTER - ROSENBERG
Fine
Chicken
& Turkey Luncheons and Dinners
Feature: "The Story of 7-1165.
CHAPTER will meet at 8:30
Served Daily 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Mondays
Purim" and a discussion of
p.m., Wednesday, at Cong. Beth
"Archaeology in Israel" by Dr.
Yehudah, '17556 Wyoming, when
Nelson Glueck, president of the Workmen's Circle
SQUARE DANCING, with our famous callers, or
a hypnotist will be featured. A
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Groups Elect Chairman social hour will follow. Guests
HAY RIDES arranged for if desired.
Institute of Religion, will be
Eugene Brownstein was are welcome.
Private Room Available for All Affairs—
* *
presented over this weekly elected chairman of Workmen's
broadcast of the Jewish Corn- Circle Branch 460-E at a cock-
Showers, Sweet 16 Parties, Bowling Groups, etc.
BUSINESS & PROFESSION-
munity Council.
tail party and dance last week- AL CHAPTER will conduct its
With facilities for:
end celebrating the group's 21st annual initiation of new mem-
Invite Detroiters to Join
birthday.
Shuffleboard, Ping Pong and Player Piano
bers at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, at
Club for Purim in Florida
Serving with him will be Nor- Cong. Beth Joseph, 18450
The Detroit Social Club of man Pikulin, vice - chairman; Wyoming. Mrs. Morris Tack, a
Call Thomas McInerney at EL 6-9222
Greater Miami will hold its 12th Maurice Goldsmith, Sophie past Council president, will be
annual Purim Get-Together at Smith, Sarah Caplan and Rose guest speaker. A social hour
8 p.m., Tuesday, in the RubayiatiEnsink. secretaries; Abe Brown- will follow.
Room of the Algiers Hotel,Istein, treasurer; and Eileen Is-
Miami Beach, Fla. rael and Belle Lipsitz, hos-
Jew Named President of
Dancing, games, entertain- pitalers.
'
leaving every hour on the hour 24 hours a day
Catholic High Seniors
ment and refreshments will be
Also installing officers at a
featured. All Detroiters and party in the Elmwood Casino,
to and from Willow Run, Detroit Metropolitan
CHARLOTTE, N. C., (JTA)—
their friends are invited to at- celebrating its sixth anniver- The president of the Charlotte
Airport and the Cranbrook House Motel at
tend.
sary, was Branch 1060. Officers Catholic High School senior
class
and
the
most
popular
sen-
include Edwin G. Shifrin, chair-
James Couzens and 8 Mile Road
Aesculapians, Aukiliary Set man; Selma Goode, vice-chair- ior by vote of his classmates is
Annual Barn Dance in April man; Dorothy Moritz and Ruth a 17-year-old Jewish student.
The Aesculapian Pharmaceu- Zuger, secretaries; Tom DiGae-
Maurice Cawn is attending
tical Association and its Ladies tan°, treasurer; and Zilda Saba- the school because he gets
Auxiliary will hold their an- roff, hospitaler.
teacher attention for his school.
nual barn dance on April 6,
work which he found he could
For Information and Reservations
at the Rainbow Terrace.
not obtain in the larger public
Councilettes' Trav Acade'
According to Mrs. Michael Takes Fashion Jaunt
schools.
Phone BR 3-2588 or BR 3-8310
Wainer and Meyer Goldsmith,
Councilettes, junior group of
He said there was no conflict
Tickets Available at Airports & Cranbrook House—fare $3.50
co-chairmen, proceeds will go the National Council of Jewish in the difference in religious be-
to the Children's Leukemia Women, will present Fashion
liefs. During religion classes,
Operated by Peter Theodore, Inc.
Foundation. For tickets, call Travelcade, a gala showing of he has study periods.
Mrs. Wainer, UN 3-6792, or clothes representing different
Goldsmith, DI 1-2815.
countries, at 2 p.m. March 20,
in the social hall of Adas Sha-
We are pleased to announce that
Detroit Socialites Slates
lom Synagogue.
Two Anniversary Events
Tickets may be purchased at
An anniversary invitational the door or in advance by call-
dinner-dance is planned by the ing Sue Taitelbaum, UN 1-0730.
Detroit Socialites this Sunday
evening, at Club Gay Haven, it
Volleyball Exhibit at Center
is announced by Eve Goldberg,
An exhibition of power vol-
executive secretary.
leyball will be staged between
is resuming custom made drapery department.
Arrangements also are being the Ann Arbor YMCA and the
DRAPERIES

made for the group's Quin- Detroit Downtown YMCA, at
BEDSPREADS

INTERIORS
quennial (fifth anniversary) 8:30 p.m., Monday, March 21, in
Estimates given in your home — No Obligation
Ball, to take place on March 27, the main gym at the Jewish
at Beth Abraham Synagogue.
iversity 1-6482
Center, 18100 Meyers.

Northwest Detroit & Airports Limousine

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