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May 27, 1960 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-27

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Poster Contest Prizes Launch Ma cDowell PTA Family Carnival

GERALD IRVING FRIEDENBERG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Friedenberg, of 24270 Morton, Oak Park, 2 to 5 p.m. No
HAROLD S. GRAHAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Davidson,
of 1530 Wellesley, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
STEVEN ALBERT GREEN, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Green,
of 18675 Prairie, 2 to 6 p.m., May 30. No cards.
PEGGY ELAINE GROSS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H.
Gross, of 18211 Marlowe, '7 to 10 p.m., June 4. No cards.
ROLLA ANN HERMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Her-
man, of 13440 Vassar, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
ELLEN R. JACOBSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jacob-
son, of 18234 Muirland, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
MARY SUE KANAGUR, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond R.
Kanagur, of 1'719'7 Cherrylawn, 3 to 6 p.m., at 19270 Afton.
No cards.
BONNIE LYNNE KAPLAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
L. Kaplan, of 1760 Lincolnshire, 8 to 11 p.m. No cards.
STEVEN ERIC LEWIS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Lewis, of
18083 Wildemere, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
NANCY ALICE MARCUS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
S. Marcus, of 13352 Talbot, Huntington Woods, 2 to 5 p.m.
No cards.
RUDENE MEYERSOHN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Meyersohn, of 19766 Freeland, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
VICTORIA JOY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M.
Miller, of 25217 E. Roycourt, Huntington Woods, 2 to 5 p.m.
No cards.
MARCIA JO REINITZ, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Reinitz, of 17618 Ohio, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
MINA JO ROSENBLOOM, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alvin B.
Rosenbloom, of 17555 Parkside, from 7 p.m. No cards.
HOPE ARLETTE SCHECHTER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Schechter, of 18266 Hubbell, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
CONSTANCE L. SCHREIBER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
G. Schreiber, of 19360 Renfrew, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
BARBARA JOAN SIMS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton H.
Sims, of 18654 Oak Dr., 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
CAROL JO STERN, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Stern,
of 18264 Parkside, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
WALLACE R. E. WEITZMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Weitzman, of 16860 Greenview, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
ELLEN JOAN WILLENS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Willens, of 18241 Hamilton, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
ILENE VERA WINSLOW, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Max B.
Winslow, of 18612 Muirland, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.

JWV to Present Flags

John Nemon, chairman of the
Americanism committee of the
Department of Michigan, Jewish
War Veterans, has announced
that JWV units in Michigan will
present new 50 star outdoor
flags to several public schools
in the area in connection with
Memorial Day activities.
The schools which will re-
ceive the flags and the JWV

Pioneer Women Close
Oneg Shabbat Series

Mrs. Harry Mondry, vice-
president of education for the
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women, will serve as chairman
for the Council's final oneg
shabbat of the season at 1 p.m.,
June 4, at the Hayim Green-
berg Center, 19161 Schaefer.
Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum,
principal of the Adas Shalom
branch of the United Hebrew
School, a n d
Dr. Clara Rav-
en, Deputy
M e di cal Ex-
aminer of
Wayne Coun-
ty, will speak
on "The Role
of Women in
Rabbi Ap-
plebaum will
describe worn- Mrs. Mondry
en educators in Israel, while
Dr. Raven speaks on the life
and education of Japanese worn-
en. Dr. Raven collaborated with
11 Japanese professors on a
textbook on pathology.
Community singing, led by
Mrs. Julius Tatelman, and re-
freshments also will be featured
on the program.

Lorillard Publishes
a History of. Tobacco

The P. Lorillard Co., in cele-
bration of its founding in 1760,
has published a new, highly-
illustrated, popularly - written
book depicting in words and
pictures the history of tobacco.
Entitled "Lorillard and To-
bacco," the book shows that the
origins of tobacco and its use
are lost in unrecorded pre-Co-
lumbus history, but from the
days of its founding, tobacco
was always prominent on the
local secene.
Lorillard, which is the
world's oldest tobacco company,
was established 200 years ago
by Pierre Lorillard, a young
French immigrant who had
crossed the ocean to seek religi-
ous freedom.
The firm's growth has paral-
leled the the rise of America
and its economy, and has con-
stantly changed its product line
in conformity to changes in
consumer taste — snuff in the
1760's to 1960's filter cigarettes.
Among the brands of cigar-
ettes produced by the Lorillard
firm today are Kent's Micronite
Filter, Old Gold Spin Filter,
Newport menthol and mint
combination and Spring.

awards went to the following
Leslie Schefman, Amy Zim-
merman, Lester Silverman and
Suzy Rubinstein, second prize;
Susan Jacobstein, Sharon Tei-
tlebaum, Judy Hahn, Marco Sil-
vagi, Roberta Eder, Nina
Hirsch, Linda Meltzer, Linda
Victor, Janet Shaffer, Diane
Parquette, Carol Gudwin and
Sandy Collins, Jr., honorable
Proceeds from the carnival,
the major fund raising project
of the PTA, are used for pur-
chasing equipment for the
school and for sponsoring other
MacDowell projects. Co-chair-
men are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Rudner and Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Kaufman.
Past activities of the group
have included 'the graduation
tea and dance, purchase of uni-

forms for the safety boys and
band, equipment for the kinder-
garten, tool shop and science
classes, and the sponsorship of
the Cub Scouts, Brownies and
Boy Scouts. A new project is a
lending service for the library
whereby children may take out
books to read at home.


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Michigan Flag Given
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Special Prices to Camps, In-
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Inquiries invited.

Governor Williams this week
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Hadassah - Hebrew University
Medical School in Jerusalem,
to fly in the medical center's
avenue of American flags. The
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Central High School, Pfc.
Joseph L. Bale Post; Northeast-
ern High School, Pfc. Robert
Rafelson Post; Southwestern
High School, Charles & Aaron
Kogan Post; Chadsey High
School, Bloch-Rose Post; South-
eastern High School, Sgt. Mor-
ton A. Silverman Post; South-
field High School, Lt. Roy F.
Green Post; Bentley High
School, Livonia, Lt. Eli Levin
Post; and Mumford High School,
Sholom Post.
The presentation of the flags
will be accompanied by appro-
priate ceremonies at the schools,
and is a part of JWV's Ameri-
canism" program, which during
the season has also included a
series of forums, and the weekly
distribution of copies of the Bill
of Rights to newly naturalized



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Fraternity Announces
Officers, New Brothers

Epsilon Mu Chapter of Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity at Eastern
Michigan University announces
the election of the following of-
ficers for the 1960-61 school
year: Marshall Hersh, presi-
dent; Robert Miller, vice-presi-
dent; Ronald Sima, secretary;
Jeffrey Levy, treasurer.
At a combined officer-pledge
dinner dance held at the Elm-
wood Casino, the following men
were initiated as brothers of
the fraternity: Keith Frank,
Bob Rubin, Alan Schneider,
Larry Steel, Stanley Rosenberg;
Lenny Portner, Gerald Gach,
Michael Benedict and David


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JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 27, 1960

The biennial MacDowell PTA
Family Fun Night, to be held
from 6 to 9 p.m., June 3, has
started rolling with the presen-
Annual confirmation services of Temple Beth El will take
tation of prizes to the winners
place on Sunday morning, May 29. At home receptions will be of a poster contest among the
held that afternoon and evening, unless otherwise indicated, students.
for the following Beth El confirmands:
Two divisions, for grades 3-5
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and grades 6-8 were set up by
DENA MARIE CLAMAGE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. art teacher Miss Sharon Rosen-
Clamage, of 17334 San Juan, 2 to 6 p.m. No cards.
SUSAN CAROL FISHER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip M.
First-prize winners are Tony
Fisher, of 18054 Parkside, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.
Marks, 4A; Paul Wasserman,
SUZANNE F. FOX, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Fox, 7A; Lisa Rubinstein, 4A; and
Louise Rockwell, 7B. Other
of 18433 Muirland, 2 to 5 p.m. No cards.


List At Home Receptions
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