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April 15, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-15

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Four collection depots have
been established by the Detroit
Chapter, Brandeis University
National Women's Committee,
in its "New Books for Old"
drive, according to Mrs. Jerry
Morse, book fund vice-president.
who is in charge of the cam-
The depots, to be located in
the Oak Park Dexter-Davison
Market; Hampton School, 18460
Warrington; M u m f or d High
School, 17525 Wyoming; and
Temple Israel, 17400 Mander-
son; will be open from April
25 to 29.
'Books in usable condition are
requested to be turned in at
these location. They in turn will
be sold during May, and the
proceeds will be used to pur-
chase new volumes needed in
the Goldfarb Library, dedicated
last November at the Waltham,
Mass., institution.
Mrs. Alvin Barnett, president
of the Detroit Chapter, stated
that the drive is the first con-
ducted by the group beyond
its usual annual and life mem-
bership campaigns and volun-
tary contributions to its book
"New Books • for Old," she
indicated, is being inaugurated
to meet "an urgent demand for
additional books by the student
body and faculty at Brandeis."
Mrs. Barnett said that a
minimum of 10,000 b o o'k s is
being sought. The books will go
on sale to the public May 15 and
16, at the Maxine Sheldon
Studio, 19355 Livernois.




Mr. and Mrs. Michael P.
Bailen, of 18050 Wisconsin, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sandra Elizabeth, to
Richard D. Budson, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Daniel Budson, of
17195 Muirland.
The couple attends the Uni-
versity of Michigan, where Miss
Bailen is a senior in the school
of education and her fiance, a
Harvard graduate, is a sopho-
more in the medical school. He
is affiliated with Phi Delta
Epsilon fraternity.

JVS Director Tours
Air Force Academy;
to Attend D.C. Parley

Albert Cohen, executive di-
rector of the Jewish VOcational
Service and the Community
Workshop. of Detroit, has -re-
turned from Colorado Springs,
Colo., where, as a member of
a party of 12 guidance leaders
from Michigan, he toured the
United States Air Force Acad-
A" third seder planned by emy.
members of the Hashomer Hat-
Members of the party were
zair will officially open the na- gueSts.- of the Air Force- and
tional organization's annu
were transported - .hy Milsitary
Leaders Conference being held . airlift from Selftiage Field.
this year in Detroit.
During a briefing period,
The event, to be held at 8:30 Cohen reported, he learned that
p.m., today, in the Hayim cadets at the Academy, orga-
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae- nized in 1955, receive a broad
fer, will feature the use of a liberal arts undergraduate edu-
special Haggadah, combined cation' leading to a bachelor of
from traditional sources and science degree:
that used by Israel's kibbutz
Approximately half the ca-
dets, he said, are trained to
Integrated into the frame- become pilots', while the re-
work, of the seder will be the mainder are trained for special-
presentation of a play, "Until ties: Graduate training at var-
the Land Is Free," portraying ious universities is encouraged
the struggle of the Jews to gain and assisted fin_ancially by the
freedom and self-expression. An Air. Force.
Israeli dance group from New
On the return trip, the tour
York and the Hashomer Hatzair party visited Chanute Field,
Choir. will be featured.
where members Were briefed on
Yizkor will be recited in com- other programs of vocational
memoration of the Jews who training offered •by the Air
died in European ghettos under Force for enlisted men and
the Nazi regime and for the women.
dead in Israel's War of - Inde-
Full information on oppor-
tunities and requirements of
About 60 leaders of the youth the Air Force. Academy and
movement from many parts of other service academies can
this country and Canada will be be obtained by calling Cohen at
here for the conference, which ' the JVS, WO 1-8570.
has as its theme, "Values
Cohen, this week, was invited
Among American Jewish to attend a meeting of the
President's Committee on Em-
Yechiel Harari, senior sha- ployment of the Physically
liaeh to Hashomer Hatzair in Handicapped, to be held early
AMerica, will speak at 8:30 in May, in Washington, D.C.
p.m., Saturday, in the home of President Eisenhower will ad-
Isaac Kessler, 5270 Oakman, on dress the parley.
the subject "Israel in the World
Today." A member of Kibbutz
Ein Shemer, Harari is director- Jerusalem Writers Print
on-leave of Givat Chaviva, the Works of Bed Coralnik
institute of higher learning for
the kibbutz movement.
The public is invited to at- lected writings of the late Berl
Coralnik, for many years chief
tend the seder.
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
Jerusalem bureau, were
AJ Congress Chapter Sets cy's
published by the Jerusalem
Program on Civil Rights
Journalists Association. Coral-
Chaim Weizmann Chapter, nik was president of the Associ-
American Jewish Congress, will ation.
The Association held a special
meet at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mor- memorial meeting on the oc-
ton. Silberberg, 19775 Stansbury, casion of the publication of the
when Bill Goode will speak on book on the first anniversary
"Our Role in Negro Student of his death. The introduction
Struggles for Civil Rights." The to the book, reviewing Coral-
public is invited. Refreshments nik's career, stresses his JTA
will be served.

3rd Seder Opens
Youth Parley


By Kobel
Next week at this time, ap-
proximately 424 Mumford sen-
iors and 20 chaperones will be
touring the nation's capital on
the annual Washington Senior
Trip. They will stay at the
Roosevelt Hotel.
Among the activities planned
are a sightseeing tour of the
Capitol and White House, a
Moonlight Cruise down the Po-
tomac River, and dinner at the
Casino Royal, where the variety I
show will be presented.
The group will return home
Sunday, April 24.
* * *

Representing Israel in the
Model United Nations Assembly
at the University of Detroit
are Mumfordites Geraldine
Furth, John Heavenrich, Larry
Okrent, Sue Shout and Philip
Sutin. Many. public and paro-
chial schools in the Detroit area
will participate in the activities
by sending five students to rep-
resent one of the 82 member
countries in the UN. During
the three-day conference the
students will prepare resolu-
tions for adoption by the Gen-
eral Assembly..
Senior committees for the
June graduating class have been
chosen. Chairmen are Judy Ger-
son and Richard Krugel, com-
mencement; Helaine Sobol and
Joel Kellman, program; Linda
Shulman and Paul Redstone,
trip; Tammy Ackerman and
Richard Panush, color, flower
and motto; Susan Kahn and
Dan Stewart, Prom; Denah
Schuman and Phil Ober, pub-
licity; and Larry Jackier and
Janet Hall, honors convocation.
The Mumford Mercury has
received two awards for main-
taining a high level of journal-
ism, the Medalist AWard of the
Columbia Scholastic Press As-
sociation and the All-American
rating by the National Scholas-
tic Press Association. This is
the third year in - its ten-year
history that the Mercury has
achieved these awards.
Two former Mumford stu-
dents, Estelle Levine and Jerry
Kutnick, are living in an Israeli
kibbutz for a year-long study-
work-tour program sponsored
by Habonim. Both have made
extensive tours of the land as
well as working in orange or-
chards, chicken farms, laundries
and gardens. Estelle also works
with children in the kibbutz.

New Citizens Get Lesson from Vets

A group of new Americans
who became United States citi-
zens on Tuesday were given a
graphic example of democracy
in action at the ceremonies con-
ducted in the Federal court-
room of Judge Clifford O'Sulli-
The new citizens received
copies of the Bill of Rights,
which are usually presented by
the Jewish War. Veterans as
one of its Americanism proj-
Because it was Passover, and
JWV members were unable to
distribute the articles to the
class of new citizens, members
of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars served as substitutes.
Next Tuesday, on the con-
cluding day of Passover, the
JWV will relinquish its task

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21 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 15, 1960

Brandeis Women Announce Betrothal
Set Collection
of U of Al Students
Depots for Books

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