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March 18, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-18

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Maimonides Wins
Originality Award

omen's Clubs

(More Clubs on Page 15)
A general meeting of SHER-
UTH LEAGUE will be held
Tuesday, at which camp chair-
man Mrs. L. Saferstein will dis-
cuss case work and review all
cases. The group's birthday
dance will be held April 2 at
Henrose Hotel.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will meet at 12:30
p.m., Monday, at Holiday Manor,
when a sportswear fashion show
will be presented, according to
Mesdames Max Levy and Theo-
dore Krass, pr o g r am vice-
president and program chair-
man, respectively. Member-
models will be Mesdames Ben
Kosloff, Seymour Fried, Donald
Marrich, Murry Pollack, Harry
Krause, Danny Raskin and Mor-
ris Lezerson, and hostesses will
be Mesdames Samuel Schwartz
and Theodore Krass.
* *
Mrs. Sam Kreisler is serving
as chairman of a rummage sale
to be held by the DAVID-HO-
RODOKER YOUNG WOMEN
on March 28. For information,
call TY 5-2647. The group .vill
meet Tuesday, in the home of
of Mrs. A. Stern, 7116 Thatcher.
* * *
Mrs. Rose Naimark, presi-
dent of CHAPTER ONE, Pio-
neer Women, announces an
open meeting at 12:30 p.m.,
Tuesday. in the Hayim Green-
berg Center, when a special
program dedicated to Jewish
Music Month is planned. Guests
are welcome.
• * *
A brunch is planned by the
GOOD FELLOWSHIP WOM-
EN'S AUXILIARY this Satur-
day afternoon, in the home of
Mrs. Toby Alpert, 20523 Pre-
vost. Hostesses will be Mes-
dames Bessie Soloway, Ann Sil-
ver and Rose Weinbaum. Pro-
ceeds will go to the City of
Hope.
*
*
Friends have been invited to
a Mo'os Hitim luncheon being
planned by the DETROIT LA-
DIES LECHEM ANEEIM at
12:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
Young Israel Center. Hostesses
will be Mesdames J. Weinstein,
Sonia Mooravnick, J. Spiegel-
man and S. Wolf. Proceeds will
supply Passover goods to needy
families.
* * *
The 35th anniversary banquet
of the LADIES OF YESHI-
VATH BETH YEHUDAH--
WOMEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
will be held at 6:30 p.m., May
26, at Holiday Manor.

activities in Society

Out-of-town guests who came here Feb. 27 for the Bar
Mitzvah of Kenneth Martin Weingarden, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nate Weingarden, of 18258 Freeland, included Mr. and Mrs.
D. Cohen, of Brooklyn; Mrs. H. Greenzaid, of Bronx, N.Y.; and
Dr. D. Steinberg and son, Jonathan, of Washington, D.C. The
Bar Mitzvah was observed at Cong. Shomrey Emunah, with a
dinner and reception honoring Kenneth being held at Sammy's
Avalon Room.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Levine, of Mendota Ave., and Mrs.
Jessie Wolkin, of Sturtevant Ave., are leaving March 27 for an
extended visit to Israel, where they will be guests of their
children, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Bar-Moshe (Kutnick) and their
family, residents of Kibbutz Ein Dor for the past 12 years.
Detroiters with families and friends at Ein Dor have been
invited to contact Mr. and Mrs. Levine if they have messages
to convey.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Adler (Joyce Bryman) and son,
Allan, formerly of Detroit, are now residing in their new home
at 6080 David, Las Angeles, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, former Detroiters, now of Tucson,
Ariz., recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, in
Tucson. They are the parents of three sons, Abe, of Detroit;
Max, of Franklin Village; and George. of Tucson; and a daughter,
Mrs. • Irving Teicher, of Minneapolis, Minn. While here, Mrs.
Miller was active with the Jewish National Fund, and is pres-
ently an honorary member.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz, former Detroiters, now of 3915
Co Co, Los Angeles, Calif., will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary this coming Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz have
three children, Mrs. Morris Rose, of Los Angeles; Mrs. Chuck
Standish, of 6238 Brace, Detroit; and Mr. Leo Schultz, of 24310
Manistee, Oak Park; and four grandchildren. While in Detroit,
Mrs. Schultz served as worthy matron of the Order of the
Eastern Star.

National Prexv
Here for JWVA
Animal Affair

Mrs. Leonard Goldhagen, na-
tional president of the Ladies
Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans, will be in Detroit from
Monday to Wednesday, as the
guest of the JWVA Department
of Michigan.
Highlight of
the visit will
De her appear-
ance as honor
guest at the
D e p a rtment's
13th annual
Goodwill
Luncheon, to
be held on
Wednesday; at
the Memorial
Mrs. Goldhagen
Home.
Mrs. Goldhagen will be greet-
ed by Mrs. John Nemon, JWVA
president, and by representa-
tives of all Veterans groups in
the area. The luncheon is given
to promote better understand-
ing among women of all races
and creeds through common
interest in veterans services.
Mrs. Harry Partrich, lunch-
eon chairman, announces that
a fashion show by Goodwill In-
dustries will provide the after-
noon's entertainment.
A special Department meet-
ing, to which all members of
JWVA and the Men's Depart-
ment are invited, will take
place on Monday evening, at
the Memorial Home. That after-
noon, Mrs. Goldhagen will at-
tend a child welfare party
given by the Yetz-Cohen Auxil-
iary at the cottages of the Juve-
nile Detention Home.
On Tuesday afternoon, Mrs.
Goldhagen will attend a Good-
will Membership Tea given by
the Flint Auxiliary, and on
Tuesday evening, a dinner is
planned in her honor at the
Steak Knife.

`Parents Without Partners'
to Hear Dr. Wineman Tues.

Dr. David Wineman, associ-
ate professor of social work,
Wayne State University, will
discuss the special concerns of
parents without partners for the
child 9-11, at a meeting of
Parents Without Partners, spon-
sored by the Jewish Center, at
8:30 p.m., Tuesday.
Parents Without Partners is
a Center group for widow s,
widowers, and divorced and
separated individuals, all with
children, geared to help them
deal with the problems created
by being a "parent without a
partner."

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Mishmar newspaper, he served
as head of the Aliyah Bet Com-
munications Center in Lebanon
in 1948. He assisted displaced
persons in Germany at the close
of World War II.

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"Middle East Powder-keg:
the Syria-Israel Dispute" will
be the subject of a talk to be
presented by former Palmach
officer Mordecai Tel-tsur at a
meeting of the Student Zionist
Organization at 8 p.m., March
27, in the Mart Room of Student
Center, Wayne State University.
Tel-tsur, director on leave of
the Ulpan intensive Hebrew
training school at Hazorea kib-
butz, Israel, has joined the staff
of national SZO. He arrived in
this country in January with
his wife and four children.

Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: A radio adaptation
of the late Rabbi Milton Stein-
berg's "As a Driven Leaf,"
written by Morton Wishengrad,
will be presented.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Joshua L.
Goldberg, special assistant to
the president of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, will speak on "The
Lord Is My Shepherd."
* * *
. . . TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m.. Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
2).
Feature: "Jewish Life—A
Family View," with Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel Krohn, members
of the Council's culture com-
mission, will be presented.
* * *

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR

Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: The activities of the
National Council of Jewish
Women and plans for its forth-
coming Mid-Eastern Regional
Convention in Detroit will be
discussed by Mesdames Lewis
B. Daniels and Victor Shiffman,
conference co-chairmen, and
Mrs. H. V. Kreger, national
board member and past region-
al president.
* * *

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Rabbi Bernard Cas-
per, dean of the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, will dis-
cuss "Higher Education in Is-
rael" in a taped interview with
Boris M. Joffe, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Community
Council, sponsors of the weekly
series.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, March 18, 1960

This "spiral of achieve-
ment," prepared by Mrs.
EMORY KOVACH for t h e
Women's Auxiliary to t h e
Maimonides Medical Society,
won first prize award for orig-
inality at a recent projects
exhibit of the League of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations.
According to Mrs. Phillip
Fealk, League president, a
scroll will be presented to
Maimonides at a later date.
The diorama shows many of
the accomplishments of the
Maimonides Women, includ-
ing provision of artificial
limbs to wounded servicemen,
medical scholarships a n d
funds for many philanthropic
causes.

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