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June 10, 1960 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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Women's Council Sets 2-Day Event
for New Board Members Institute

MUNIIFORD

A Board Members Institute
is being planned by the Detroit
Sec t i o n, National Council of
Jewish Women, this Tuesday
and Wednesday, at the Council
House, 8436 W. McNichols.
Guest speaker at these plan-
ning and training sessions will
be Mrs. Ronald Brown, of Cleve-
land, 0., a national vice presi-
dent, who will be honored at a
luncheon at the home of Mrs.
Oscar Silverman on Monday,
and at a dinner at the conclu-
sion of the Institute.
Newly - elected president of
the Detroit Section is Mrs.
James Van Vliet, who was a
professor of social work at the
school of social work, Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Other officers include Mes-
dames Oscar Silverman, Albert
Cole, Murray Sachs, Harold Ziv
a n d Benjamin Schottenfels,
vice-presidents, David Handle-
man, M. Morton Barak, Ben
Salon, Ben Weintraub and Ar-
thur Braverman, secretaries;
and Edward Kahn and C. Ken-
neth Sarason, treasurers.
Board members include Mes-
dames Max Garber, Eugene
Greenspan, John Hopp, Jr.,
George Klein, Hoke Levin, Har-
vey Lewis, Philip Marcuse, Rich-
ard Prentis, John Redfield,
Gabriel Alexander, Ada Feld-
man, Joseph Klein, Irving
Kramer, Balfour Preisner, Alvin
Rodecker, Seymour Rowe, Bar-
bara Shapero, Harold Weiss, Sol
Grossman, Theodore Jacobo-
witz, Jerry Krandall, Norman

Levy, Charles Rubiner, Murray
Sachs, Oscar Schwartz, Victor
Shiffman, Harry Spoon, Arthur
Stone, Bernard Wilder, Samuel
Willis.

S

Ceresnies, Of
Merge Firms;
Open New Shop

G
S

JNF Issues Tree
Certificates in
Honor of Fathers

The Jewish National Fund
will again issue tree certificates
in honor of father on Father's
Day, to be observed this year
on Sunday, June 19.
Certificates for trees planted
in the Freedom Forest in Is-
rael, at $2 each, can now be
ordered from the Jewish Na-
tional Fund office, UN 4-2767,
or through JNF tree chairmen
of affiliated organizations.
In an appeal to organizations
and individuals in the com-
munity, Prof. Samuel M. Levin,
JNF president, stated: "The
Jewish National Fund recom-
mends one of the most dignified
forms of honoring father on
his day—the planting of trees
in Israel in his name. Let trees
in Israel honor, or memorialize
your father. Let trees link your
father's name with the living,
productive soil of Israel."
Prof. Levin concluded his
appeal by pointing out that "the
tree certificate will provide an
inner satisfaction to both the
recipient and the sender. For,
this planting of trees also helps
in the afforestation of the land
which is so vitally important
to the reclamation of Israel's
soil."
The JNF office, 18414 Wyo-
ming, will be open Sunday,
June 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
for the_ convenience of those
who may want to pick up a
Father's Day Certificate on
their way to visit with their
fathers.

The merger of Ceresnie
Brothers Furs, 19386 Livernois,
and Furs by Offen, 13326 Dex-
ter, has been announced by the
principals of the two firms,
Harry and Sol Ceresnie and
Sam Offen.
In a statement, the three fur-
riers said that the new firm,
to be known as Ceresnie
Brothers and Offen Furs, will
remain at the Livernois address.
Further expansion is contem-
pkted next month, when a new
store is opened at 536 N. Wood-
ward in Birmingham. Offen and
Sol Ceresnie will operate the
Livernois store, while Harry
Ceresnie manages the Birming-
ham shop.
Offen, who is continuing op-
erations at his Dexter store
until July 1, when the merger
will take effect, is currently
conducting a removal sale, with
intentions to liquidate all pres-
ent stock.
Included in the sale are mink
coats, jackets and stoles, other
fur pieces and fur-trimmed cash-
mere sweaters. The store is open
daily to 6 p.m. and until 9 p.m.,
Thursdays to accommodate late
shoppers.
The merger will bring the
three furriers together for a
second time. Offen worked for
the Ceresnie Brothers prior to
opening his own shop.
The Ceresnie Brothers have
been in the fur business here
for 14 years, having come here
from Toronto, where they or-
ganized a thriving business.
Offen, an escapee from Nazism,
came to this country in 1951,
and worked for the Ceresnies
in their Dexter store.
Before coming here, he was
a furrier in Poland before the
war, and afterward worked in
fur salons in Paris and London.
Offen has had his own store for
seven years on Dexter.
The merger, according to the
three furriers, will provide a
larger, more luxurious selection
of fur pieces of all descriptions
to their customers.

Ex-U of M Hillel Prexy
Named to NY Temple

Rabbi Daniel Fogel, former
president of the Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Michi-
gan where he received his BA
degree in 1954, has been named
assistant rabbi at Sina' Temple,
Roslyn Heights, N.Y. He is
married to the former Eleanor
Faye Shur, of Detroit.
Rabbi Fogel, who received
his religious education in Wy-
andotte at Cong. Beth El, was
ordained on May 29 of this year.
He entered the Hebrew Union
College - Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion at Cincinnati in 1955.
While at U of M, Rabbi
Fogel received the National Re-
ligious Endeavor Award from
Sigma Mu fraternity and also
Phi Lambda, Auxiliary was presented with the Hillel
for 1953-54. He and his
Vote on New Officers Award
New slates of officers were wife have a two-year-old daugh-
unanimously adopted in recent ter.
elections held by Phi Lambda
Kappa fraternity and its Wom- District 6 Bnai Brith
en's Auxiliary.
Convention June 26-29
Heading the fraternity are Dr.
A large delegation of De-
Stuart Hamburger, president; troiters is expected at the Dis-
Dr. Allen Lakin, vice-president; trict 6 Bnai Brith convention
Dr. Harold Plotnick, secretary; in Omaha, Neb., June 26-29.
and Dr. Charles Kessler, treas- Edward A. Rosen of Omaha is
urer.
chairman of the convention
Auxiliary officers include planning committee.
Mesdames Morris Arnkoff, pres-
Gen. Yehoshafat Harkabi,
ident; Leo Orecklin, Arthur chief of intelligence of the
Goldberg and Norman Schakne, Israel army, will be one of the
vice-presidents; Eugene Pious principal speakers. National
and Allen Lakin, secretaries; Bnai Brith leaders will address
and Edward Salem, treasurer.
the convention.

I

BY SUSAN KOBEL

As the school year comes to
a close, many Mumfordites are
receiving recognition for their
outstanding work.
Membership in Quill and
Scroll, honorary journalism so-
ciety, will be awarded to 13
seniors. Mercury staff members
earning honors are Susan Cohn,
editor-in-chief; Larry Jackier,
sports editor; Julie Nichamin,
editorial director; Philip Sutin,
assistant news editor; Laurie

Invite Mumford Alums
to Reunion Picnic

Some 5,000 Mumford High
School alumni have been in-
vited to participate in a re-
union picnic, which is being
held at 6 p.m., Monday, at
Kensington Park.
The reunion is for all grad-
uating classes, beginning with
the first group in 1953. Those
attending are asked to bring
along picnic baskets. Mem-
bers of the faculty also are
invited to attend.
Signs will be posted at the
main entrance to the park,
and there will be guides who
will point out the picnic spot.
For additional information,
call Harriet Gaba, UN 1-2383.

Wender, news editor; and Mike
Roth, business manager. Year-
book winners are Barbara Greis-
man, Sheila Josephson, Judy
Lepofsky, Linda Shulman, Jan-
ice Weiss, William Bush, and
Martin Levin. Members of the
newspaper submit 100 inches of
printed copy plus the adviser's
recommendation, while Capri
staff members must have served
as department editors.
The bi-annually presented Po-
lice Department Youth Award
for June, 1960, has been pre-
sented to Susan Kahn and Jan
Winkelman. Two seniors from
each of Detroit's public and
parochial schools are honored.
Selection is made on the basis
of the student's participation in
school and community activities
and his scholastic record during
his four years in high school.
Both students will graduate
with honors and attend the Uni-
versity of Michigan this fall.
Two other seniors, Susan
Cohn and Bob Toumajian have
been named the recipients of
the Brenda Bloomberg Nemer
Award, also presented biannu-
ally. They received the book of
their choice.
Members of the library staff
attended the annual Library
Awards Breakfast in the school
cafeteria. Seniors who have
worked in the library received
a pin signifying their contribu-
tion.
Preparing for the fall football
games, the new cheerleaders for
the coming semester have been
named. They are Brenda De-
Vaull, Leatha Hamilton, Rochel-
le Komer, Sharon Mondrow,
Becky Rank, Bonnie Rosenberg,
Lynn Rottenberg, Phyllis Schol-
nick, and returnees from the
past season, Susan Cascade and
Pat Gross. They were chosen on
the basis of poise, appearance,
voice, coordination and pep.

MOSES A. LEAVITT, execu-
tive vice chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee and one
of the country's outstanding au-
thorities in the field of overseas
relief and emigration, will
receive the Mordecai ben Da-
vid Award at the 29th annual
commencement exercises of Ye-
shivah University on June 16.

List Nominations Elect Ira J. Jaffe
Student Post
for ti-WF Jr. Group to Ira MIT
J. Jaffe, son of Mrs. Ann

The Junior Division of the Jaffe, of 15210 James, Oak Park,
Jewish Welfare Federation an- has been elected to the office
nounces the following nomina-
of the Undergraduate Associa-
tions for the 1960-61 board of
tion at the
directors:
Massachuset t s
James August, Mrs. Reuben Berg-
man, Millicent Berry, John Bloom,
Institute of
Norman Brock, Mrs. Byron Canvas-
Technology.
ser, Mrs. Murray Chodak, Rose Ellen
Cohn, Mel Durbin, Julian Greene-
Jaffe, w h o
baum, Thomas Grossman, Wallace
graduated
M. Handler, Daniel M. Honigman,
Richard A. Jones, Mrs. Richard A.
from Central
Jones, Fred H. Keiden, Michael
High School
Luckoff, Sandra Lyness, David K.
Page, Arline Schachter, Jerome L.
in Detroit, is
Schostak, Janet Schuster, D. Law-
a member of
rence Sherman, Sandra Slobin,
Lynnebeth Smokier, Jonathan Sobe-
the MIT Bea-
loff, Mrs. Robert B. Solomon, Mrs.
ver Key, Al-
Eric Spevack, Mrs. Gerald L. Stein,
Louis M. Stern, Henry R. Winkleman.
Jaffe pha Epsilon Pi
Candidates for the office of fraternity, the Athletic Associa-
director may be nominated by tion and Q-Club.
petition bearing the names of
He has played on the varsity
25 members of the organization.
Petitions must be filed with the baseball team, the freshman
Jewish Welfare Federation, 163 basketball team and was a mem-
Madison, no later than five days ber of the freshman track team.
The Undergraduate Associa-
before the annual meeting on
June 20.
tion is the student governing
Serving on the nominating body at MIT.
committee are Walter Shapero,
chairman, and Millicent Berry,
Want The Best?
Edward Nareus, Jerome Schos-
Ask the Folks Who've Had
tak, Sandra Slobin and Mrs.
Gerald L. Stein.
SAM BARN ETT
Alan E. Luckoff is president
and His Orchestra
of the Junior Division.

LI 1-2563

BBYO to Present

`Youth in Action'

The Michigan Regional Board
and the members of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization will
present their annual "Youth in
Action" night at the Workmen's
Circle Center at 8 p.m., Sunday.
The program will highlight
talented members of BBYO, in-
cluding the winners of the an-
nual regional forensic contests,
the installation'of board officers
and special awards to the out-
standing youth advisors.
Chairman of the evening is
Mrs. David Levine, who is as-
sisted by the BBYO chairmen of
the Metropolitan Bnai Brith
Men's and Women's Councils,
Mrs. Nathan Kantor, Iry Flasch-
en, Fred Naftalie and Marcus
Bass, and various members of
the AZA and BBG Councils
headed by newly elected Coun-
cil presidents, Carole Zeiger and
Michael. Heideman.
The outgoing board officers
1 who will be discharged are Iry
Flaschen, chairman; Mrs. David
I Grosberg, vice-chairman; and
Meyer Leib, treasure r. The
newly-elected officers who will
be installed are Mrs. David
Grosberg, chairman; Sol Super-
fon, vice-chairman; and Mrs.
Henry Onrich, treasurer. The
installing officer for the occa-
sion will be Mrs. Philip Edel-
heit, immediate past president
of the Women's Council.
Refreshments will be served.
The public is invited.

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