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November 11, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fr iday, November 11, 196G —

Report on ORT's Koeller-Anspach
Congress Given Engagement Told
by. Mrs. H. Becker

Mrs. Harry Becker, who, with
Dr. Shmarya Kleinman and Dr.
William Haber, was one of the
Michigan delegates to the World
ORT Congress held in London
last month-, this week reported
on the sessions in behalf of the
14 representatives from the
United States. Mrs. Becker is a
former president of the Mich-
igan ORT Region.
Dr. Haber, chairman of the
--World ORT Union executive com-
mittee, was accompanied to the
conference by Mrs. Haber.
"It was thrilling to see the
flags of 27 nations represented
at the sessions on the dais of the
conference hall," Mrs. Becker
said. "It was a miniature United
Nations.
"British ORT gave a formal
reception at the House of Com-
mons. The president of British
ORT is Arthur S._Diamond, Judge
of the Supreme Court.
"A formal banquet in the Guild
Hall, oldest official building in
London, was addressed by Ba-
roness Elliott of Harwood, famous
for her rescue work during the
war. -
"Mrs. Harold Wingate, presi-
dent of the British Women's ORT,
who was largely responsible for
the formation of CORRA, was
among our hostesses."
Daniel Mayer was re-elected
president of the World ORT
Union. Madame Marcelle Rou-
bach, of Paris, chairman of the
executive committee of Women's
International ORT, and Mrs. Lud-
wig- Kaphan, president of the
Women's International ORT, were
re-elected.
"The situation of the Jews in
India was a major subject for
discussion. About 20,000 poverty-
stricken Jews living in Bombay,
Calcutta and New Delhi are in
dire need of help. Nehru and
-the government of India have
asked ORT to come in and survey
the situation. Two teams were
sent to check into the ability of
the Jewish population to absorb
the_ kind of training ORT pro-
vides. These people work mainly
in leather, many of them are
cobblers. The Sassoon family of
London has donated money and
helped the. Jews in India. ORT
voted to accept the project to
aid India.
"Haille Salassie of Ethiopia
asked for ORT aid for Falasha
Jews."

"Judge Ira Kaufman
Leads Panel Before
15th District Dems

Probate Judge Ira Kaufman

will chair a discussion on "Equal

Opportunities in Education" be-
fore the 15th District Young
Democrats 8 p.m. Thursday at
8025 Grand River. -
Panelists will include- Harold
Norris,- . hairman . of the Detroit
chapter of the Civil
Liberties Union; David- Cowley,
of the Commission on Commun-
ity Relations; and -Mary Ellen
Riordeen, president of the De-
troit Federation of Teachers: _
The meeting is open to the
public. For transportation or in-
formation, call Sol Plafkin, chair-
man, UN 3-3509.

Daniel Yosef Branch
Delegates Report on
LZO Convention Here

Results of the recent national
convention of the Labor Zionist
Organization will be reported to
the Daniel Yosef-Branch Eleven
9 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sy Salinger, 14440
Park, Oak Park, by delegates
Gerald P. Goldberg, Phyllis Pin-
cus and Sarah Schiff.
Mr. and Mrs. Berl Hearshen
will give their impressions of the
LZO Leadership Training Sem-
inar which they attended last
summer in Israel.
Refreshments will be served.
For information, call Sarah

Schiff, LI 4-4827.

omen's

Clubs

(More Clubs, Page 15)
DETROIT WOMEN, Alpha will be Sonia Blumenstein,
Omega Dental Fraternity, will Edith Guyer, Freda Metz and
hold a board meeting 12:30 p.m. Florence Primack. Guests are
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. invited.
* * *.
Philip Sherman, 18114 Warring-
ton. A dessert luncheon will be
RODIN CLUB will hold a des-
served.
sert luncheon-meeting 1 p.m.

* * *
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
TUROVER LADIES AUXIL- Milton Fishman, 18267 Marlowe.
* * *
IARY will -hold a games party
Monday night -at • their temple.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
Prizes and refreshments will be neer Women, will meet at the
featured. Proceeds will go to home of Mrs. Harry Levitt,
charity. The public is invited. 18061 Appoline (DI 1-3635)., for
* * *
a dessert luncheon and review
DETROIT LADIES LECHEM by Mrs. Ralph Miller of "The
ANEEIM will meet 12:30 p.m. Waste Makers," by Vane
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Ye- Packard.
* * *
hudah, 17556 Wyoming.
* *
PRIMROSE BENEV EN
LADIES OF YESHIVATH CLUB will hold a busine me
BETH YEHUDAH AND WO- ing 8:30 p.m. Monday
Co .
MEN'S SABBBATH LEAGUE Beth Joseph. Plans
ill be
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at made for • the Nov.
annua
the Yeshivah on Dexter and donor affair at Tern
Isra
Sturtevant.
For - tickets, call LI 6918,
* * *
UN 2-7208.
*• * *
WOMEN OF CONG. GEMIL-
UTH CHASSODIM will hold a
, Jew-
WOMEN'S AUXILIA
"Get Acquainted" open house ish Home for Aged, will
sent
tea 1:30 p.m. Monday at the new its annual games party
synagogue.
Sunday at the Horn
* * *
Petoskey, announce
DETROIT LINK, Order of the Mrs. George Ba
Golden Chain, will welcome refreshments
Most Worthy Grand Matron Tickets will
Sylvia Greenspan and Most door.
Worthy Grand Patron Benjamin
A. Miller, and their staff of offi-
cers, 8 p.m. Saturday at Jericho
ageme,
Temple. A buffet supper will be
served. Master masons are in-
Mrs. Willia Winer
Dr. a
vited.
605 Mar ette, South Bend, I
* * *
announce the engageme
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI- their dau
iem
, Madra •
TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION of Detroit
illiam
will hear a discussion on "Book Lipsitz, son o
d Mr
of Joshua" and Yechezkel Kauf- Meyer Lipsitz, 14470
rnon,
man's commentary by Irving Park. A Detroit w ding June
Zeitlin, Scholem A l e i c h e m 15 is planned.
School teacher, 12:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Institut e, an-
Most any fellow ca prove that
nounces Mrs. Sarah Freedman, he has good sense— he has to
cultural chairman. A 1
do is say that you hav
will be served by
and Esther Reder.
ker will be cha•
afternoon.

,

MISS ELFRIEDA KOELLER

Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Koeller
of Vienna, Austria,' announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Elfrieda Ann, to Michael
Mr. and
Kurt Anspach, son
Mrs. Robert D. Anspach, 10721
Santa 1VIaria.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of the Northwestern
University School of Law. A
Dec. 25 wedding is planned.

o

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wrotslav-
sky, 18077 Washburn, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Sheldon Ira, will be held Sat-
urday at Beth Yehudah Syna-
gogue. A kiddush will follow
the services.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Schram
of Berkley Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Stuart Maynard, will be
held Saturday at Adas Shalom
Synagogue. A party will be held
in his honor that evening at
Holiday Manor.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Bloom-
berg, 18055 Fairfield, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Donald Elliott, will be held Sat-
urday at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
A dinner in his honor will be
held Sunday evening at the Syna-
gogue.

Canadian Civic Leader
to Speak to Detroit
Chapter of _Hadassah

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will feature Michael Sumner,
scholar and Canadian commu-
nity leader, as guest speaker 1
p.m. Tuesday at Hadassah
House, announces Mrs. George
M. Rubin, vice president.
Born in New York, Sumner
is head of the Sumner Printing
Co. in Windsor, where he was
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, and now is a
member of the executive corn-
mittee of the Canadian Jewish
Congress.
Mrs. Carl 'Bayer is program
chairman, She will be . assisted
by Mesdames William Shulevitz,
Albert Silver and Michael Stas-
hower.
The chapter will hold a. cul-
minating membership party 8:30
p.m. Nov. 22 at the Adas Shalom
Synagogue social hall. All new
paid-up members, sponsors, - and
husbands are invited, according
to Mrs. William J. Hubert, vice
president. A musical comedy
will highlight the evening.

`Senior Citizens' Form
Culture Group at Center

An invitation- has been ex-
tended to prospective members
to join a newly-organized cul-
ture club for -"senior" men and
women.
Formed with the cooperation
Of the Staff of the JewiSh Cen-
ter, the group meets 1-3 p.m.
each Tuesday and Thursday for
readings, discussions, speakers
and a coffee hour.. A hospital
committee visits sick members.
For information, call the Cen-
ter.

*

DETROIT
GUE of
Jewish
tional Home
Asthmatic
ildren
ing
ing its 2
yea
nefit
rties.
city-wide
a y ntacted
Hostesses
Sol Pearlman, U
through M
rman Jasen,
3-2039; Mrs.
. Be
3-8310;,, and
Fenberg, UN

*

CH
RUTH RE
wish Congress,
TER, America
pre-Thanksgiving
will present
ily participation 8
party for
p.m. Nov 2 at the Work
or information,
Circle.
Shirley inger, UN 3-25

TER,
I S E
will -
Ame an Jewis
nesda
hold board mee
., Julius Ru
at th home of
06 Huntin on, Hun •
ky,
ods, announces Pre ent
ton
iscus-
Miller. A boo
Mrs.
e held Mon
at the
sion
Davids,
s. L
home
untington
10134 Na
Woods. The chapter is complet-
ing plans for a
games party to

LADI AUXIL-
RADOM
IARY wil old annual rum-
. 14-21 on Main
mage sa
ak. Proceeds will
St. in R
ty. For information,
go to c
Bessie Adl
call
Mrs. Mini
1-5526
UN
* *
N BAH CHA
, will hol
Wo
symp ium 12:30
the Hayi
day
Center `The Eich
will be
Mesdames
oichit
ter Rabinow
ostesses
and Morris Si

nferior Decoraf

Center Is Sixth
in Airmail Meet

The Detroit Jewish Community
Center placed sixth in the 1960
international airmail track and
field meet which saw entries from
the U.S., England, Mexico and
Israel.
In the section for boys of 13,
Richard Martin tied for first with
a 8.9 second mark in the 75 yard
dash, and a team of Martin, Mike
Kalchefsky, David Rosenthal and
Alex Tischler won the 200 yard
shuttle relay in 27.6 seconds. The
Detroit JCC was first in the world
in this section.

2nd `Medicine Today'
Dis
on Monday

.

repaid Me • al Plans" will be
second prog i
of the Jewish
enter's forum
cussion series,
`Medicine Toda
at 8:30 p.m.,
Monday, at 1
Meyers. Dr.
Reuben I. Sh .
will be mod-
erator. Pane
are Dr. Leon-
ar •
, general director -
f i etro
Hospital, and Dr.

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