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December 09, 1960 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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Iladassah's 'Exodus '
Patron Committee Is
Listed by Chairman

Bnai Brith Groups Continue Israel Temple Sisterhoods Plan Braille
Bond Efforts at Hanukah Gathering Day; Professor Nemeth Speaker

Mrs. Nate Schiafer, chairman,
has named a number of Detroit
Chapter Of Hadassah members
to serve on the patron commit-
tee for the organization's thea-
ter benefit featuring "Exodus"
at the Mercury Theater on Feb-
ruary 9.
Proceeds will be used toward
the $350,000 goal needed to
move patients and equipment,
from various HadassaL installa-
tions in Israel to the new Ha-
dassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center
outside of Jer-
usalem.
Mrs. Schla-
fer's appoint-
ments include
-Mesdames
Samuel Aaron,
Henry Berris,
Perry Burn-
stifle, Samuel
Mrs. Schiafer Cohl, Ralph
Davidson, Robert Drews, David
Emerman, Aaron Gershenson,
Harvey Goldman, Irving Green-
stone, Harold Hoffman, William
Isenberg, Joseph Jackier, Bar-
ney Keywell, Max Lichter, Irv-
ing Mackler, Ben Mossman,
Charles Nannes, Edward Rosen-
thal, Jr., Carl Schiller, Herman
Schmier, Harold Schreiber, Sam
Shekter and Milton Sorock.
Mrs. Michael Travis has been
appointed hostess chairman.
Prospective patrons can make
reservations by contacting Mrs.
David Pollack, general chair-
man, UN 4-5729; Mrs. Schiafer,
UN 4-0541; or Mrs. Julian To-
bias, UN 3-8682; or by mail or-
der to the Hadassah Office,
16240 W. Seven Mile. '
Detroit Chapter is also mak-
ing plans for an Israeli fashion
show Jan. 11 at Temple Israel,

with Mrs. Kenneth Lastar as
chairman, assisted by Mrs. Les-
lie Schmier and Mrs. David
Edelman; and Hadassah's an-
nual Education Day to be held
March 14 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.

Mass Media's Effect
on Women Discussed
by Pros Before AJC

Heading the Einstein Lodge and Chapter's successful
cabaret night, which opened the 1960-61 M6tropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Israel program last Saturday night, are, from
the left: Max Pines, the lodge's Israel chairman; Mrs. Herman
Auster, chapter president; Sigmunt Rubin, president of the
lodge, and Mrs. Harry Ribitwar, the chapter's Israel chairman.
*
Albert - Einstein lodge and
chapter members purchased
nearly $10,000 in Israel Bonds
at their "Cabaret Night in Is ;
rael", which was the kick-off of
Thirty-eight teams of Detroit's
the 1960-61 Bnai Brith Israel
Bond program, last . Saturday best bridge players competed for
evening.
the first men's and women's city
Jan Bart, one of the stars of titles eld last week at the

Det roit Bridge
f5
Champs Named

the Borscht Circuit, who has
em Alei
peared at 1,500 Isra
nd
Hen's champion ■
gatherings, through
e Ian
team of Marshall Fisher,
was the main at
ion. _--
Harry H. Blau, - J. Van Brooks,
Five more
venings for Is- all of Oak Park, and
ord
rael" will b taged in the Bnai Wei
Brith Isra program.
T
es
r
e
Emil C en, humorist, will London arclgoo
ar-1
iedmann
star at 8:3
ertrude
.m. Tuesday, at
Holiday Mano
• e lodges and Powell.
chapters — Bloch,
was staged by the
Motor City, Rex and Suburban Grandslam Club, directed by
—will combine in staging the Louis J. Cohen, Jack Gordon and
program. The Israeli Trio of Bert Goren.
Israel, Ariel and Arela will corn- I Other players who won Master
plete the entertainment.
Points include Dr. Ed Ho nan
Four lodges and chapters— Robert Ber
Brandeis, Herzl, Jacobson and Sid •
, r. Sanford Green-
, Pr. Marvin Imber, Walter
Tucker—will stage their Israe
oldsmith, Bruce Perkers, Bob
night Dec. 13, 8:30 p.m. at
Brent,. Nate Cooper, Harold Nel-
day Manor. Emil Cohen
son, Sam engrow, Victor Bom-
held over for this sh ,
.
' field, Ir
A. lar, Eu
Ep-
Ten lodges and
p ters will stein a
ste
combine to prese
n outstand- i
ing • program at
0 p.m., Dec.1 Th
Martha Ornste ,
15. Robert Luri
ill head the clud
program of ente inment. The Tauber, Charlotte Charfoos, Elsie
Israeli Trio will
d - out the i Epstein, followed by' Anne Ne -
I man, Ida Friedman, Lill'
evening.

.

Temple Beth El Sisterhood ; number of occasions as an ap-
will play host to Temple Israel ; peal by the Community Fund in
and Temple Emanuel Sister- the recent Red Feather fund-
hoods at a luncheon meeting raising campaign.
noon Monday in the Franklin
Nemeth has devised a syste
Memorial Hall. of braille notations for wr
g
ma-
The Sisterhood will honor mathe atical and scie
opted
members who have been active terial h' h h
in the
in braille transcribing for many as
years, and especially the chair- CO
mo
hi prr s ions, he
man, Mrs. Samuel Hartman, who
has trained hundreds of braill- as p t into br lie,
w,
of
ists and herself has transcribed and
on t
thousands of pages for the blind. mate
, and festivals.
Also at this time, the new Sa
are distributed throughout the
Braille Bindery will be de
cated.
ee bind-
eries in the
United States.
The speaker
of the day will
i be Abraham
emeth, him

who
is ass
professor of
mathematics
Nemeth at the Univer-
sity of Detroit. His subject will
be "Push Back The Shadows."
This is the title of the film
which he narrates, used on a

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A Hanukah Israel fes
The effect of the mass media
am Club meets
OAK PARK, MICH.
LI 7 - 5068
on today's woman will be dis: will be staged by Pisgah Lodge 8 p.m. Wednesdays at the Sholem
and
chapter
at
8:30
p.m.,
Dec.
Hours:
Doily
&
Sat.
9:30
a.m.-6
p.m.

Thursdays
to 9 p.m.
cussed by a panel of experts at
Al ei ch em Ins titu te...
the annual American Jewish 19, at the Labor Zionist Insti-
Congress paid-up division mem- tute. The star will be Jan Bart.
bership meeting, noon Wednes-
The closing event in the Bnai
day at Young Israel Center of Brith Israel program will be at
Oak Woods, 24061 Coolidge.
18:30 p.m., Dec. 20, in the Bnai
Participants in the discus- Moshe Social Hall.
sion will be Dorothy Jurney,
women's editor of , The Detroit I Workmen's Circle Sets
Free Press, Barbara Frost, wo-
men's • editor of The Detroit Birthday Dinner, Debate
Most Modell, Kosher Poultry and Fish Market in the Northwest Section
News, and Fran Harris, women's
The annual banquet of Work-
editor of WWJ and WWJ-TV. men's Circle branch 111 will
Moderator will be Mrs. Samuel honor chairman David Lifshitz,
Linden.
16877 Stoepel, on the occasion
YOUNG GEESE
Also on the program will be of his 75th birthday , Sunday ,
OR
.or
the induction of new Congress at the Workmen's Circle Educa-
members by Mrs. Gabriel Mos- tional Center, 18340 W. Seven
SPRING DUCKS
cow, membership chair m a n. Mile Road.
Mrs. Sallan Lurie is program
At another event scheduled
We Carry a Complete
chairman.
bers of
Line of Fresh
Planning the luncheon

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Mrs. Dellis Harwith
chairman. For
UN 4-3303
2-9476.
T
siness meeting will be
CO
cted by Mrs. Dan Shapero,
m e n' s Division president.
embers and friends
ted to attend.

ndon Jewish C
E
r Visits in Detroit

Da
London
a guest in De
end, visiting here with his sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Flacks, and their
children, 12349 Santa Rosa.
While in this country, Pela
is studying newspaper publish-
ing conditions and is contract-
ing for additional special fea-
tures on the status of American
Jewry to be published in the
London Jewish Chronicle.

e-
bate team will appear
meeting of branches 460-E
1060 9 p.m. today at the W.C.
Center. Seymour Dussman,
Larry Aran, Dan Angel and
neth Thomas will discuss
S. dopt a rogram
of o stilsor He Insur-
anc 9 Ther
blic is
it

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vent

uction Club," a
group of single men and wom-
en, will present its premier
celebration party Dec. 18.
The - organization was found-
ed by Irving Kane, president
and social director. Attendance
at the corning event will be by
invitation only. For informa-
tion, call invitation committee
chairmen Sue Golden, LI 7-3035,
or Pearl White, UN 3-3735.

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