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November 04, 1960 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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Bagwell Support Skilled Welfare Pros
Attract Volunteers,
Urged by Burdick Expert
Tells Parley

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Con-
tinued attraction of volunteer
leaders of high caliber by pri-
vate social welfare agencies
depends on their conviction
concerning the need for skilled
and well-trained professional
staff, the annual meeting of
the Jewish Community Center
Division of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board was told
here.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
Bagwell
Burdick
executive director of the As-
Jewish Philanthropies
Benjamin D. Burdick, mem- - sociated
Greater Boston, said that, if
ber of the board of .governors of
development pro-
of Wayne State University, in leadership
grams are to be successful in
an appeal to Michigan voters, social
welfare agencies, "we
this week urged the election of must provide
the necessary staff
Paul D. Bagwell as Governor of which can help
to attract and
Michigan.
work with men and women
Burdick said that the civil who in their personal and pro-
rights program adopted by the fessional lives have lived and
recent Republican State • Con- worked with associates of high-
vention is "the most liberal" est commercial and professional
on the subject.
attainment."
As chairman of the platform
Dr. Rosenberg spoke at the
committee at the Republican opening session of the two-day
Convention, Burdick states that annual meeting of the Jewish
he had the wholehearted sup- Community Center Division,
port of Prof. Bagwell and that through which the JWB serves
the Republican candidate for as the national association of
Governor exerted his efforts to Jewish Community Centers and
assure the best working- and YM-YWHAs.
most effective humanitarian
Today's leadership in social
policy planning by his party.
.welfare agences, he declared,
Burdick said that Bagwell not "demands that staff be equal
only nominated him for the in skills, in training and in
chairmanship of the platform personality to the tasks created
committee but that he, also, by current developments and
was the man who supported conditions." Agencies in the so-
him for the Wayne State Uni- cial welfare field, he said
versity board of governors posi- "need a conscious and consta
tion. Burdick was the only Re- inventory" of leadership nee
publican elected statewide when and with it "a conviction of t
he was chosen for the WSU need to provide opportuniti
for the exercise of creati
board of governors.
Burdick also commended Bag- leadership all levels of agen
well for his wholehearted back- cy program and operation."
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ing of the Con-Con plan.

S

I

G
S BY SUSAN KOBEL

Kennedy or Nixon? Mumford-
ites pondered this question
Monday and Tuesday, as they
went to the mocl election polls.
Feeling ran high for both can-
didates in the election spon-
sored by the Current Affairs
Club, sponsored by Dr. Irving
Panush. Not only did Mumford-
ites get a chance to express
their political views, but they
learned how to operat
machines.
tled to a
The M angs
13-13 ti ast Tht day, in their
encou r with , Eastern. Al-
thoug the grid • ers wer • ex-
to recei a b • ti
pect
stern ha o s, the
the
or
e way. S or
all
-:nd
ford ere Tom
es
team
I. Today
Fra
on 0 orn, in the final
the f tball season
ance
The
held this ev
two year
p.m in the Mumfor
ning,
sium. The. "T.D. Twist"
gy
.honor Mumford _athletes
w
be highlighted by a o
lent com titi n. Tick
5c a coupl T d
sored by
ford.
lean
The. M for
sted ex-
Field Ser e Club
m all over
change students
al Hallowe'en
e city at its
e home of Lin-
ty, hel
da
Jewish Welfare Board The Girls' Basketball season
started Monday with intra-
8 Million Germans Budgets $1,563,300
mural basketball competition. It
See Anti-Hitler Show The National Jewish Welfare is open to all interested girls
BONN, (JTA) — The second Board adopted a budget of $1,- and is sponsored by the Girls'
installment of a 14-part docu- 563,300 for its 1961 operations. Athletic Association.
mentary series on the Third Reich
The action was taken by the
has been shown on the German organization's board of direct- Evergreen Jewish
Television Network. The series ors during a four-day series of
opened with a report on Hitler's meetings at the Delmonico Ho- Congregation Adult
rise to power. The network esti- tel, New York, at which mem- Education Starts Term
mated that more than 8,000,000- bers of JWB's advisory commit-
The Synagogue Adult Classes
persons viewed the show, the tees analyzed current commun-
largest ever to have seen a pro- ity needs and established priori- of the Evergreen Jewish Con-
led by Rabbi Hyman
gram dealing with this subject.
ties for JWB services during gregation,
Agress, features a course in
The series will end with a pro- the coming year.
gram on Germany's defeat and a
JWB is the national associa- Jewish History, covering the
statistical "balance sheet of per- tion of 334 Jewish Community period from the entrance of the
sons killed in World War II." Centers and YM-YWHAs, and 12 tribes into Eretz Yisrael,
One of the, programs will deal is the government - authorized after the death of Moses, until
entirely with the "Final Solution agency for religious, morale the destruction of the second
of the Jewish Question." More and welfare services to Jewish Jewish Commonwealth.
The classes will be held
than 2,040 photographs, 2,000 personnel and their dependents
documents, 112 posters and 119 in the U.S. Armed Forces and monthly and each will deal with
caricatures were sifted for use in Veterans Administrati in hos- a specific self-contained phase
of Jewish history, the leading
the series.
vitals.
Jewish personalities of the time,
It was announced that a movie
their impact on Jewish life and
on Hitler's life is being fi s ed
Leader Views thtought, and • the relationship
under the direction o
with our time.- The first class
Rotha, a British doc
s of Jews
was held Wednesday.
film producer. The fi
The Hebrew classes will begin
distributed to Europe
der Reds
Monday night, November 7,
seas cinemas next
(JTA)—R. N. Car- on
continue for twenty weeks.
being dubbed in
ent of the Anglo- and
beginners Hebrew class,
German.
ciation, said he had The
begins 8 p.m. Monday,
eye-witness confirm- which
will teach reading and writing
ide-spread reports of -of Hebrew, with emphasis on
792
ation against Jews in its use in prayers.
et Union.
The advanced class in Hebrew
a report to the associa- starts at 9:20 p.m. Monday. The
s Council, Carvalho said course will deal with the major
at he had recently held dis- prayers, the understanding of
cussions with a "distinguished them and the Hebrew language.
Jewish observer," whom he did
e. 'He said that person
many years in Rus- Guinness Film, Labor
fficial position and, Leader Launch Center
city, had a unique
of studying Jew- Cinema Forum Program
es Pain
Stops Itch—R
"The Man in the White Suit,"
re. He added that
For the first tim
nce has found
ual had confirmed starring Alec Guinness, and a
a new healing su
ce with the as-
detail the list of discussion of "Technology and
shrink hemor-
tonishing abilit
nd unofficial priva- the Future" by Brendan Sex-
e pain — •thout
rhoids and to r
surgery. In ca 'after
s
h Russian Jews must ton, coordinator of organization,
gently relievin
ain, ac
UAW AFL-CIO, will highlight
took p
tion (shrinkag
, lost
nglo-Jewish leader also the Jewish Center Cinema
sults we so or-
amazing of all
ough that suffer
made a
d that the "concern of Forum "World at Mid-Century"
statements like
les have
ewish world" for the wel- program, 8 p.m. Nov. 13.
secret i
new
be a problem!"
Tickets are available at the
of Moroccan Jews was
io-Dyne®)-z- dis-
healing substance
ought directly to the atten- Center. Coffee will be served
covery of a worl
bous research
is now avail
institute. This substa
ion of the Crown Prince of with the discussion.
?tent f
able in suppository or
Morocco,
when the Prince vis-
called Preparation H®.
Classified ads bring fast results!
I ited Britain recently.
counters.

Shrinks Hemorrh
Without Sur rY



MUMFORD

Mrs. Rose to Head Party

`Pinocchio' Sets Off
Center's Omnibus

Six programs will be present-
ed for Juniors of the Jewish
Community Center, 18100 Mey-
ers Road as part of the 1960-61
Omnibus program.
"Pinocchio" will be present-
ed by the Traveling Playhouse
on Nov. 6 to open the s • ason.
gr
The Harriet Berg
on Decem
will present a
ans Brinker"
ber 18, wh'
will be p e s ed by the Milian
Theater
January 15.
The eb.
ti
be th "Elves
maker res
Puppe w
he W
Univer
Child
heatre
presents
n League
Boots" on
c . The world
famous Su i
rionettes wi
close the eason April 23.
wi
Each res
resent
in
heater
1:
p.m.

Mrs. Louis Rose has been
named chairman of the Vladimi-
ritzer Emergency Relief organ-
ization games party slated for
Nov. 22 at Cong. Beth Joseph, it
was announced by President Sam-
uel A. Kayne.
Mrs. Rose will be assisted by
Mrs. N. J. Rossen and Mrs. W.
Rossen. For information and
tickets, call Mrs. Rose at DI
1-2311.

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