THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April. 29, 1960
activities - in Society
Mrs. Abe Bloom, of Schaefer Rd., recently entertained a
group of relatives at a dinner party at Topinka's in .honor of her
Mr. and Mrs. J. Foreman, of Forrer Ave., were recently
-hosts to members of the Lachowitcher Aid Society at a social and
third seder, given in honor of the engagement of their grandson,
Marvin Aronowitz, to Adria Meckler.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I. Cornfield, of Marlowe Ave., are
celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary by taking an extended
tour of Israel and Europe.
Daniel M. Haas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Haas, of
Strathcona Drive, Tulane University's "Junior Year Abroad"
student at the University of Manchester, England, is spending
his spring vacation in Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and
Germany. He will return to the United States about July 15.
Mumford High Students Hear
American Nazi Spout Slogans
Against Jews in Washington
ing anti-Semitic slogans over
a public address system.
The young people were
shocked and outraged and they
wished to express their resent-
ment by joining a young Zionist
group in the singing of Jewish
songs. But the police blocked
In fact, for the first time
the police used three vicious
dogs on leashes to block the
students' path. It was the first
time dogs were used by police
to create a barrier between a
protesting audience and the
Among the Mumford High
students who were witnesses to
Center Theater of the Jewish the "American Nazi" demon-
Center will present the Detroit stration in Washington were:
Bader, Judy Heideman,
premiere of "The Learned 1Naida
Ladies," one of Moliere's fun- Karen Tally, Susan Marshall,
niest comedies, as a highlight Jan& Hall, Enid Kramer,
of the Center's "Festival of Anette Mitz, Lenore Mendel-
Comedy," at 8:15 p.m., Thurs- ! sohn, Neil Lurie, Bob Lee and
day, Saturday and Sunday, May Harriet Berkowitz.
12, 14 and 15,
in the Aaron Center. Cinema Program
ter, 1 8 1 0 0 Plans Film Discussion
John Ford's Academy Award
The play film, "Grapes of Wrath" by
will be direct- John Steinbeck, will be the con-
ed by Jerome cluding attraction of the Jew-
Bayer, Center ish Center Cinema Forum, at 8
drama depart- p.m., May 8 ,in the Aaron DeRoy
ment director, Theater, 18100 Meyers.
with a set de-
Dr. Leon Lucas, professor of
signed by Saul
social work and chairman of the
The cast in- Social Case Work Department,
cludes Theo- School of Social Work, Wayne
dore Bahr, Sol State University, will lead a
Belinky, Lor- discussion on "The Depression,"
raine Ernst, over coffee, after the film.
Lorraine Ernst Kr o k e r, Gil
A group of Detroit high
school students had a taste of
an American Nazi's anti-Semi-
tic fulminations last week,
while they were on - a visit in
the nation's capital.
Mumford High School stu-
dents passed by the. National
Art Gallery when they heard
Lincoln Rockwell, the head of
the American Nazi Party, shout-
to Stage 'Learned
Ladies' May 12-15
Parish, Seymour Parker, Lester
Sarasohn, Rochelle Savitt, Marl-
ette Schwartz, Sonia Swinkin
and Abe Ulanoff. Arlene Lind
is stage manager.
A feature of the "Festival of
Comedy" is an exhibit, pre-
pared in cooperation with the
Detroit Institute of Arts and
the Detroit Public Library, of
the Commedia dell' Arte and
its influences on the arts.
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Syracuse Teacher to Junior a assa
At a recent meeting of the chairman; Marsha Robinson and
Group of Junior Hadas- Donna Weingarden, art; and
Wed C. R. Wartell Detroit
sah, Susan Benson, newly- Sandy Shlussel, librarian.
elected president of the organ-
All girls of high school age
ization, was installed in office. interested in: providing services
Inducted with her were Bar- for Israel and local needs, as
bara Silver, Fay Sand, Susan well as participating In social
Wainstock and Rita Sofferin, and educational programs, are
vice-presidents; Marsha Robin- invited to join, Miss Benson
son, Helen Kaminski, Ellen said:
Klegon, Diane Clinton and
She added that Junior Hadas-
Paula Goldman, secretaries; and sah's major project is the chil-
Marcia Segall, treasurer.
dren's village of Meier Shfeyah
Committee chairmen who also in Israel, where some 250 chil.
were installed include Lois Gro- dren from all over the world
dan, telephone; Sue Solomon, are housed and cared for.
co-chairman; Helen Kaminski
and Margaret Auslander, pub-
licity; Jackie Zameck, co-chair-
man; Sheila Zelenko, conserva-
tion; Sandy Leichtman, social;
Phyllis B ay e r, co-chairman;
Judy Klein and Judy Halperin,
MISS SUSAN WALLACH ' hospitality; Judy Meyers, co-
Mr. and Mrs. William Wal-
lach, of Syracuse, N.Y., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Susan, to C. Robert
Wartell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candids
ton Woods, Mich.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of the University of Michigan,
where she was affiliated with
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She
is presently teaching school in
Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
Mr. Wartell, a U. of M. grad-
uate, will graduate this June
and . . . SHOWS
from the university's law school.
He is a member of Tau Epsilon
Rho legal fraternity.
Plans are being made for a
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December wedding, after which
MUSIC ... for
the couple will reside in Wash-
Between Pembroke and Chippewa
O_P O V4y
Burdick Heads Drive
for WSU Building
Law alumni of Wayne State
University have been asked to
join in a voluntary effort to
raise funds for a new law school
building at the university.
Benjamin. D. Burdick, past
president of the Law Alumni
Association and current mem-
ber of the group's board of
directors, announced this week
that a vigoious solicitation
campaign will be conducted to
raise a minimum of $50,000.
The funds will be used to
prepare plans for the new
building, which will be located
at a tentative site on the north-
east corner of Second and
Ferry, opposite the McGregor
Memorial Conference Center.
Law classes, Burdick said, are
conducted in an old mansion on
Cass. The principal lecture room
is in an attached garage.
Burdick asked for volunteers
to assist in raising the plan-
ning funds. Interested law
alumni can contact either Bur-
dick or Judge John M. Wise,
president of the Law Alumni
April 19 — To Mr. and Mrs. Association.
'Jordan Pollack (Rhoda Dress-
ler), of 13518 Norfolk, a daugh- Parents Institute to Elect
ter, Sheryl Rene.
Governing Board on May 21
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Nominees for the governing
April 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Saperstein (Barbara Ann board of the Jewish Center's
Siegal), of 1530 Clarendon, Jewish Parents Institute have
Bloomfield Hills, a daughter, been announced. Election of
officers will take place at a
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party on May 21, at the Center's
April 18—To Dr. and Mrs. Davison branch.
Nominated are: Dave Lewis,
Stuart Falk (Lois Ash), of
19341 Votrobeck Dr., a daugh- Warren Shwayder, • Sam Snider-
man, Reva Stetten, Alan War-
ter, Lori Gayle.
nick, Bea Baskin, Morton Eden,
April 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Mary Koretz, Al Levenson, Sid
Samuel Pickman (Lenore Glaz- Selzer, Al Sheppard, Irving
ier•, of 16894 Mark Twain, a Sigel and Judy Sillman. Eight
will be elected.
son, Michael Louis.
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April 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome L. Schostak (Arlene
Shulman), of 24549 Templar,
Southfield, a son, Richard Har-
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April 11—To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Posner (Muriel War-
shawsky), of 18495 Prairie, a
daughter, Sandra Lois.
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To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mon-
dry (Sheila Farber), of 17371
Greenfield, a son, M i t c he 11
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