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January 06, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-06

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Elaine Zuder Will
Wed Harvey Wax

3IUMFORD

S

People Ma

NULF M. PINS of New
York as been appointed direc-
for o the Bureau of Personnel
and aining of the National
Jewis Welfare Board.

e s

Native Detroiter M A R V I
RUBINSTEIN, w h o rec y
passed . the Michigan Ba Ex-
amination, is now doin post-
graduate work in Isra

will compete with other leading
amateur golfers in the men's
MUSIC BY
division of the third annual
Inter-Country Clu . • it tional
Golf amen an. 3 a
* * *
the Holl
ac
I
MAX STERN of N
York, Hollywoo
*
businessman and Je
UN 3-6283
h corn-
DR.
munal leader, has en ap-
AN of
By SUSAN KOBEL pointed national chaff
ty, New York,
an of Co
the Joint Overseas Com
SZAJKOWSKI, I
sion
Mumfordites trooped back to of the Union of Orth d
r and research worker
o ox
school Tuesday, convinced that ish Congregations of Ame
I Franco - Jewish • • • y w e
vacation periods should come
Fine Photography
* * *
elected fellows
more often. For 15 students,
e w
Candids Professionally Finished
es
the holiday meant a 10-day tour I DR SAMUEL SA
mEL , A
t the dae n n
For Appointment Phone
so-
of
of Mexico, co-sponsored by provost of Hebrew U
Col- ciet.3071
LEIBECK
25 a t
KE 1-0104
Jewish
.

Charles Braun of the Mumford lege-Jewish Institute o
eli
n gion i
Amer-
i
in
New
York,
has
bee
l
• ected The
faculty.
Next Friday evening, Mum- president of the S o c i
* * *
ASTIC FURNITURE
MISS ELAINE L. ZUCKER
ford's band, orchestra, vocal and Biblical Literature and
MANUEL
BERLATSKY
COVERS
ti
dance groups will combine tal- sis, the national organizatio
New York ha
Mr. and Mrs. • Robert Ashman ents for the annual Winter Music America's Bible scholars.
MADE TO ORDER
or READY MADE
!director
Fiel
ervic
of Ne A,7 York City announce the i Festival, 8 p.m. in the school
* * *
Nation
are
engagement , of her daughter, auditorium. The program will
CALL ANNA KARBAL
STUART SCHWA .
, 980 Jewish C
u
ente
vl-
.Elaine L. Zucker, to Harvey feature classical, popular and Whitmore, champion
LI 2-0874
the sion.
-
- •--
Wax, son of _Mr. and Mrs. Reu- foreign compositions. Soloists Franklin Hills , Countr
Club,
ben: D. Wax of Lauder Ave.
will be Roger Grekin on- the
DR. LEO
AM, spiritual
Miss Zucker, alSo the daugh- trumpet; Sybil Oshensky, violin;
leader
emple Israel, gave
ter i of the late Nathan Zucker, and Sandra Acker, piano.
Beitner Resigns Po
is an alumna of Adelphi Acad- I A week-end of skating and to-
yer for Government last
ay at t
II • 111
emY and Lesley College in bogganing is in store for Mum- as Assistant Prosecutor;
cere-
ies at
Cambridge, Mass. Her fiance is ford's 12th graders who go on Returns to Practice
ich Governor
hn
vv a
-on took the oat of
a graduate of the University of the annual snow trip to Echo - Elliot I. Beitner has resigne
Michigan where he was named Valley, winter sports resort near as assistant prosecuting attorney ffice t was the eighth
e
that abbi Fr

to the Phi Beta Kappa honorary Kalamazoo. The group will leave for Wayne County, it was a
I at inaugur e x e
society. He is affiliated with Jan. 14 and return the following. nounced this week.
e-
Orchestra &
viously, he
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. He evening. Saturday night dancing
yer
He was assigned as a tr .
I at the inaugu
also is a graduate of Harvard will offer a rest from the "stren- lawyer with the Circuit Co
t
ate
Entertainment
Governor
University Law School and a uous" activities.
IVi
y, and
Criminal Division.
meMber of the Michigan Bar
ch of the
Beitner, who quit his post 0 he had of 'date
Susan Weiner won a gold
six times that
Association. A June 24 wedding plaque competing in the Detroit return to private law pract
mg Governor
Williams
is planned.
ken the oath.
Round Table of Christians and was appointed to the Prose
Jews oratory contest. She de- tor's Office in April, 1958.
Premier Names Jew feated ten other speakers to win graduate of Wayne- State Uni-
the second-place award. The versity Law School, he was first
to Turkish Assembly other Mumfordites won awards in his class throughout his
ISTANBUL, -(JTA )—Erol in the Round Table's Brother- freshman, junior and senior
After
g o
studio and seein
Mike; a young:Jewish attorney, hood poster contest. Leslie Berg years, was editor in chief of the
was named- by General Cemal and Shirley Ann Kollenberg Wayne Law Review and was an
work ma
people say, "Yes, but a portra
Gursel, the Turkish Premier, as placed second and third, respec- instructor in legal research at
e that would be too expensive." W
the school. The recipient of a
a representative to the new Con- tively.
* * *
number of academic scholar-
t at all. Fine portrait phota,graphy
stituent AsSembly for the Jew-
As graduation nears, Mumford._ ships _and awards, Beitner is
ish community,- - ; . - -
isn't a matter of expens
The attorneys' haS been serv- seniors have been colleeting also active in many Jewish

matter of e enc
mor
prizes.
Phyllis
Lui
and
David
0
communal
activities.
ing as legal advisor for the
m
a po raft
Grand Rabbinate here. He was Drachler were selected
e
a RePnbliOan -party candidate in ford's recipients
proud of .
. They will
the 1957 elections but lost when Police Yout
Visit
our
ow you what
the: Democratic list won. The attend a ecial esentation ban-
Shaarey Shomayim Syn.
quet
n
by
ayor
Louis
Mir-
mean.
Just
an appointment.
Constituent Assembly will be
0 Mite at Cloyerlawn
convened January 6, to approve iani.
REGISTRATION
n o r seniors earned
a new constitution and a new
ACCEPTED NOW
r Phi Beta Kappa certi-
general election law. It will end
r Children 3 to 5
s for super' r academi
its activities in • October when fi
Full Hours a Day
a
evernent.
Th
are
I
general elections for a new
orthwest Professional .Photographers Guild
1.20 per Session
B din, Robert
in, Ge
Parliament will be held.
Qualified Teachers
The 272 members of the lower L in, Joey Ma
ndy Serwer
Arts & Crafts -- Games
houge are elected mainly by
. To receive
professional groups and politi-
Dances & Plays
8MM and 16MM Color Movies -- Color Slides
is must maint
.6 aver
cal parties. Gen. Gursel, using
Modern Hebrew
3-D Stereo — Candid Books
-
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3.0
equal
to
his ;authority to name 12 niem-
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o was King's
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, -Came to Canada in
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,•• •- continued the .p
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Enrollment for 1961 camp
4eason is now open. Send
your child to Canada's
most modern comp estab-
lished in 1959.

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—Strictly kosher.
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Write for literature.

CAMP MOSHAVA

86 Vaughan Road
Toronto 10
Canada

for • outhfield C ncil

Arth C. Becke
ndidate for
City Cou
ithfield, said he
feels more planning should go
into ordinances affecting the citi-
zens of Southfield and referred
specifically to the Parent-Youth
Ordinance. He added that citizens
should be provided with more
newspaper information on hap-
penings at Council sessions.
. The 42-year-old business execu-
tive, who lives at 25275 Kildare,
Southfield, is vice president of
Becker. Brothers Printing and is
associated with many fraternal,
veterans and service groups.
He attended the University of
Hawaii; Wayne State University
and Detroit Institute of Technol-
ogy where he also served in an
instructive capacity. Becker has
received certificates and training
in sanitation, rhodology, political
science and business administra-
tion and has served in production
engineering at Ford Motor Co., as
a government inspector and as
sanitation supervisor in Hilo, Ha-
waii.

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