Temple Israel Men
Set Election Meeting
21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH — Friday, May 20, 1960
Youth Awards, Installation May 26
to Mark League Annual Meeting
The annual meeting and elec-
tion of officers of the Temple
The League of Jewish sented by Cantor Nicholas Fena-
Israel Men's Club will be held
Women's Organizations will put kel and the Youth Choir of the
at 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in the
the "Accent on Youth" at its host synagogue.
temple's Leon Fram Hall.
League officers who will be
annual meeting to be held at
8:15 p.m., Thursday, in the installed in c l u d e Mesdames
The s I a t e of officers for
social hall of Adas Shalom Syna- Phillip Fealk, re-elected presi-
election will be presented by
dent; Gerson Berris, Joseph
Julian Tobias, chairman of the
In addition to the installation D e u t s c h, Julian Grace and
nominating committee, a n d
of officers to be conducted by Martin Naimark, vice-presi-
there will be r e p or t s from
Mrs. David K 1 i g e r, a past dents; Joseph Viedrah, treasur-
various standing committees.
League president, the Mildred
Morton J. Bechek, president,
By ALAN SCHWARTZ
S i m o n s Rosenberg Memorial bow and Sam Samuels, secre-
will give his annual report.
This Sunday, the Student Youth Awards will be presented taries; Jack Seder, historian;
Newly-elected officers of the
Council will hold its annual by Mrs. Harry L. Jackson, chair- Robert Coggan, parliamentar-
Men's Club bowling league who
car wash at Wrigley's, Wyo- man.
ian; and Louis Kazdan, coun-
were installed at the group's
ming, north of Seven Mile, pro-
The awards, which annually selor.
award banquet last week in-
ceeds to go into the council go to the outstanding young
Mrs. Martin Naimark and her
clude the following men:
man and woman in the com- co-chairmen, Mrs. Alex Schreier
June 3 will be Students' Day munity, this year will be pre- and Louis Redstone, invite the
MISS ARLENE OBERMAN.
S a m Rabinowitz, president,
at Mumford, and the Student sented to I. William Cohen, who community to participate in this
Lou Lunsk y, vice-president;
Council has made its semi- will receive a silver kiddush joint installation and tribute to
Jack Feinstein, secretary; and
man, of Gardner Ave., Oak
annual bake sale part of the cup, and Pearl Portney, winner youth program.
S a m Mintz, treasurer. Board
Pearl, a junior at Mackenzie Park, announce the engage- members are Sam Sussman, out-
of a silver menorah.
ment of their daughter, Arlene going president, Lou Rabino-
The last activity under the
William is the son of Dr. and High School, has amassed an
present administration is the Mrs. Abraham A. C o h e n, of all-A scholastic record in school, Gail, to Carl Lerner, son of Mr. witz, Sam B l a c h e r, William
council breakfast at which new 25426 Parkwood, Huntington where she is on the staff of the and Mrs. Max Lerner, of Sor- Barris, Dr. Mar tin Gilbar,
officers are installed. The slate Woods. Pearl is the daughter of school paper, the debating team. rento Ave. The wedding is Abner Katz, William Brown and
has already been announced: Dr. and Mrs. Harry Portnoy, of library staff and an usherette, planned for March 26.
She still attends the Beth
president, Bob Dovitz and Jim 4253 Leslie.
Grossman; vice-president, Alan
Six honorable mention cita-
Want The Best?
Schwartz and Maureen West; tions also will be awarded to noons each week, where she to Host Tefillin Clubs
Ask the Folks Who've Had
corresponding secretary, Janet Stuart Barnett, 25555 Wareham, duplicates her public school
A father-son-daughter service
Friedman and Miriam Red- Huntington Woo d s; Barbara scholastic record, and is club and breakfast is being arranged
SAM BARN ETT
stone; recording secretary, Bar- Goodfriend, 18965 Wildemere; sponsor for a group of "tweens" by the youth commission of
and His Orchestra
bara Lambert and Barbara Lin- Alan Grass, 19164 Roselawn;
Beth Abraham Synagogue for
den; treasurer, Cliff Franzel Marlene Jacobs, 3310 Berkshire,
9:15 a.m., Sunday.
Following services in the
and Marty Katz. Elections are Birmingham; M e l v y n Katz, school, Pearl plans to enter
19141 Wisconsin; and D o d y Stern College for Women, a main sanctuary, to be conduct-
the first week in June.
The Mumford golf, team Silverstein, 8734 Huntington, division of Yeshiva University, ed by members of the Tefillin
in New York, to study for a Club, breakfast will be served
played its third match last Huntington Woods.
The awards this year are be- career in teaching. Her special in the Nusbaum Hall, under the
Monday. The team won its first
match against Cass Tech, but ing sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. interest is with handicapped mother's committee headed by
Home Catering •
Mrs. Meyer Lullove.
lost the second. First man on Jack Mann in memory of their children and slow learners.
Bill Cohen will graduate this
Members of the Teffilin
the team is Bill Long and sec- parents, Eli and Jenny Green-
June from Berkley High School, Clubs of Cong. Bnai David and ?pi Let us help you make your
ond is Don Bigelman.
• party a complete success.
A musical tribute to youth and will enter either the Uni- Windsor's Cong. Shaar Hasho- • Delicious Food—Dinnerware
Last Sunday's Town Meeting
mayim, their rabbis and lay •
radio show originated at Mum- in the community will be pre-
University in the fall.
leaders will be guests. Awards
Trays To Order
ford. The topic was, "Should
His record of scholastic and will be presented to members ••
Michigan adopt the sales tax JWV Schedules
leadership achievement h a s of the Beth Abraham Junior •
Call: DI 1-0072
proposal?" Stimulating discus-
been exhibited in public school Choir, according to Meyer Lul- .• U N 4-6258 UN 3-3570:
sion was provided by Barry Lit- 3-Day Convention
The silver anniversary con- and in the Temple Israel Reli- love and Willie Opperer, ar- •
vin, Mark Hauser, Nancy Ratt-
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of the Department of gious School, from which he rangements chairmen.
ner and David Drachler.
graduates this month.
The current affairs club will Michigan Jewish War Veterans
Presently serving as presi-
hold its mock democratic na- and its Ladies Auxiliary will dent of the Michigan State Tem-
take place in Detroit June 3 to
tional convention May 26.
5, when a variety of events will ple Youth, representaivte body
of Reform Jewish youth
be offered to delegates and
throughout the state, Bill last
Mrs. M. B. Finkelstein members.
selected to visit
Bernard A b r am s, national summer was
Holland by the Council of
of Center Choral Group commander of JWV, will be Churches as part of its student
Mrs. M. B. Finkelstein was I honored at a kiddush Friday exchange program.
re-elected pres- evening, at the Memorial Home.
Judges who select e d the
Sabbath services will follow
Black & White — "Living" Natural Color
ident of the
award recipients in c l u d e d
Jewish Center the next morning at Cong. Shaa- Huldah Fine, Detroit Public
8632 McNichols Rd., West
Choral So ci- rey Zedek, and an oneg shabbat School principal; Mrs. Sanford
ety. Mrs. Da-
Klein, national youth chairman,
v i d Schwartz in the Memorial Home.
National Federation of Temple
w a s elected
Sisterhoods; Frank Simons, city
vice-president; light of Saturday night's pro- editor, Detroit Jewish News;
M r s . Samuel gram, and Sunday is planned by and Irwin Shaw, executive di-
K ov en, sec- business sessions. Members of rector, Jewish Community Cen-
retary; Mrs . the JWVette group will provide ter.
Earle Ack, baby-sitting services during the
progrom chair- conference.
Walter Klein and Mrs. Mor- Name Bernard Silver
man; Mrs. Jo-
Oppenheim, c onventio n Editor of WSU Daily;
seph M. Radin,
librarian; Mrs. chairmen, will be assisted by
Herbert Gerson Marder and Mrs. Albert Falbaum Wins Award
Bernard Silver, son of the
Eskin, treas- Rosen, banquet; Jay Schwartz,
Mrs. Finkelstein u r er. Mr s. book; Shirley Leet and Molly Adolph Silvers, of 20231 Hunt-
Samuel Hurvitz was re-elected Starman, decorations; Leon ington, has been named editor
Ginsburg and Mrs. Ben Shif- of The Daily Collegian at
man, memorial services; Mrs. Wayne State University for the
Ben Cowan and Betty Sheinker, year of 1960-61, it was an-
Cancer Fighters Seek
gifts; Louba Lupiloff, Saturday nounced by the university's
Ted Bale and Mrs. publications board.
Volunteer Fund Raisers luncheon;
Oscar Katz, registration; Sylvia
A Liberal Arts junior, major-
A plea for volunteers to ring Zide and Gertrude Left, break-
doorbells on June 8 and 9 for fast; Ben Cowan and Morris ing in journalism, Silver suc-
the City of Hope National Medi- Lupiloff, guests; Roland Gottes- ceeds Berl Falbaum, editor from
cal Center in Duarte, Calif., was man and Ida Shein, Friday 1959 to 1960.
Falbaum, who will graduate
sounded this week by Mrs. Mor- night; Sam Rhodes, rules; Phil-
ris Moss and Mrs. Louise E. Al- ip Bernstein, parliamentarian; in January, was named recipi-
ent of the Malcolm Bingay
and Elizabeth Shapiro, time- Award for the school's most
The two women are, respect- keeper.
ively, fund-raising vice-presi-
Irving Cane is commander of
dent and chairman of door-to- the Michigan JWV, and Mrs. nalist, at the annual Collegian
But comfort can be a "summertime" thing ...
door solicitation for the City of John Nemon is Auxiliary presi- banquet, last week. Frank Gill,
as in this lightweight, lacy Nylon Mesh style.
Detroit Times music critic and
Hope Cancer Fighters, which is dent.
advisor to the Collegian, an-
Our expert fitters will make sure that you're
conducting the fund - raising
nounced the award.
drive to further the institution's Auxiliary Sets Luncheon
fit perfectly for lasting shoe comfort. In
Under Falbaum, who is the
program of patient care, re- to Honor Mrs. Nemon
Bone, Navy, White or Black Patent leather.
Mrs. John Nemon, president son of the Soloman Falbaums,
search and post-graduate medi-
of the Department of Michigan of 18698 Schaefer, the Collegian
The City of Hope is recog- Auxiliary of the Jewish War was awarded its fifth consecu-
nized as a leading center for Veterans, will be honored at a tive All American Collegiate
treatment and research on such testimonial luncheon at 12 noon, Press award.
Allen Stross, of 68 W. Ferry,
diseases as cancer, leukemia, Saturday, at Larco's.
Members of the 14 local aux- was elected editor of the Sum-
hereditary and blood ailments,
5th . Floor Mutual Bldg.
chest disease and operable heart iliaries, Department officers and mer Collegian. He is former
at 28 West Adonis Ave.
friends will join in paying tri- photographic editor for the uni-
Volunteers are urged to con- bute to her during her tenure versity paper and has won nu-
tact Mrs. Alpert, VE. 5-3190, or of office. Mrs. Albert Rosen, merous awards for his photo-
local City of Hope headquarters, senior vice-president of the De- graphic work. Stross is a senior
partment, is luncheon chairman. in journalism at Wayne State.
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