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February 03, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)



Organiiing the special fund-raising event, -"Fashions Ele-
gante," of the Maimonides Medical Society Women's Auxiliary
are, from left, (seated) Mesdames . Sanford Bennet, Morris Mintz,
Paul Feldman, Marcus Sugerman, (standing) Benjamin Parker-
and Joseph Slusky.

"Fashions Elegante" • w i 11
highlight the fund-raising cam-
paign of the Maimonides Medi-
cal Society Women's Auxiliary
March 21 at the Sheraton Cadil-
lac Hotel.
Ticket chairmen for the af-
fair are Mrs. Morris Mintz and
Mrs. Paul Feldman." Their com-
mittee includes Mesdames Sam
Alpiner, Robert Barush, Robert
Brent, Joseph Carp, Herbert
Cohen, William Floyd, David
Friedman, Robert Gans, Leo
Hirsch, David Jacknow, Richard
Kamel, Henry Krystal, Sidney
Katz, Eli Kuhel, Charles Levi,
Sherwin Lutz,. Eugene Plous,
Abner Ragins, David Ruskin,
Oscar Silverstein, Joseph Slusky,
Morris Starkman, Max Steiner,
Sheldon Stern, David Schane
and Arnold Axelrod.
Tickets can be purchased
from any of the above with
reservations made on a first
come-first serve basis. -
Funds raised will be used to
buy artificial appliances for
needy Israelis through the
Zamenhoff Clinic, to provide
medical scholarships for Wayne
State University, the Univer-
sity of Michigan and the Medical
University in Israel, and other
philanthropies.

Center Cinema Forum
Festival Announced

"G.B.S. on Stage and Screen"
will be the next attraction of the
Jewish Center Cinema. Foiurn,
marking the opening of Center
Theater's Shaw Festival which
culminates with.the production of
Shaw's "Arms and the Man," Feb.
23, 25, and 26.
The Center. Cinema Forum will
feature the film "Androcles and
the Lion," a stage production by
Center Theater, and a discussion
of "Stage vs. Celluloid" by Jer-
ome Bayer, Center Drama direc-
tor, 8 p.m., Sunday.
Center Theater will present a
lectern reading of Shaw's comedy,
"The Dark Lady of the Sonnets."

February Proclaimed Heart
Education Month in Mich.

Governor Swainson has pro-
claimed February as Heart Edu-
cation Month.
The proclamation, presented
to Dr. B. I. Johnstone of De :
troit; president, and Abraham
Brickner, M.S.W., Oak Park, ex-
ecutive director of the Michigan
Heart Association, • cites the
death toll from heart and blood
vessel diseases; an estimated
35,000 deaths last year within
the state, which is greater than
the next five leading causes of
death combined.
Governor Swainson urged all
citizens to learn more about
heart and blood vessel prob-
lems through the Michigan
Heart Association, a member of
the Michigan United Fund.

STANLEY L. EISENBERG
has become associated with
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner
& Smith, Incorporated, in the
downtown Detroit office as an
account. executive- -

Psychiatrist to Probe
Depths of Hypnosis at
Mumford Open Meeting

Dr. Sander J. Breiner will
speak on "Values and Dangers
of Hypnosis" 8:25 p.m. Tuesday
in room 101, Mumforcl High
School, 17525 Wyoming.
Dr. Breiner, a member of the
faculty of Wayne State Univer-
sity's College of Medicine, is a
psychiatric consultant for the De-
troit school system.
High school and college stu-
dents, as well as parents, are
invited to attend. There is no
admission charge.
For inforination, call Mrs. Bert
Brotman, UN 2-5573, or Mrs.
Philip Rader, UN 2-3167.

WASHINGTON — The De-
fense Department will continue
employment of Martin Unrein,
a general in Hitler's army.
despite recent statements by
the German ex-general at Da-
chau, "whitewashing" Nazi
atrocities.
This was made known Tues-
day in an official letter from
Francis X. Plant, special assist-
ant to the Secretary of the Ar`
my, to the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the USA.
Despite Unrein's controver-
sial utterances a few months
ago to Lord Russell, who served
as British prosecutor at the
Nuremberg war crimes trials,
Plant informed the JWV that
the U.S. Army decided to keep
Unreal on as supervisor of Ger-
man civil labor at the Ameri-
can army installation at Da-
chau.
In addition to alleging that
the Dachau concentration camp
was not the scene of mass mur-
ders during the war, Unrein
said "It would have been im-
possible to burn six million
Jews unless it had begun
1906. These 'gas ovens' we
built by German prisoners aft
the war."
The issue was investigated by
the West German government
but referred to the United
States when Bonn pointed out
that Unrein was ah employee of
the U.S. Army.

Shapiro-Morton

Rites Solemnized

Camp Habonin Readies
for Summer Season

Gerald L. Goldberg, chairman
of the Midwest Camp Habonirn
committee in Detroit, announces
applications for the summer seas-
on are now being accepted by the
Labor Zionist-sponsored camp.
Located near Three Rivers,
Michigan, the camp combines its
athletic activities with a full
Hebrew and Israel-centered pro-
gram. - The dietary laws are ob-
served, and adult Israelis are in-
cluded among the counselors to
create a link between American
and Israeli youth.
Registration is open to girls and
boys 10 to 16, and reduced rates
MRS. ALAN SHAPIRO
are available to those who regis-
Marian Elizabeth Morton,
ter, before April 1. For informa-
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David
tion, call Goldberg, KE 7-6126.
Morton of Sorrento Ave., was
wed to Alan Jay Shapiro, son
Borman Food Stores'
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H.
Sales Rise One-Third Shapiro of Cleveland, Ohio, Jan.
Record sales and earnings for 29 at the Sheraton Cadillac
Borman Food Stores, for the 26 Hotel. Rabbi Jack Herman of
week period ended Dec. 24, were Cleveland performed the dou-
reflected in a report to stock- ble-ring -ceremony.
holders by Joseph Kron, the com-
pany's executive vice-president.
Institute Fetes Jewish
Sales for the period were
$59,660,000, c o m,p a r e d with Music Month, Purim
An Oneg Shabbat celebrating
$44,906,000 for the corresponding
Jewish
Music Month will be held
period of 1959, an increase of 33
9 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Sholem
percent. Net income for the Aleichem
Institute.
period was $1,052,000, compared
The program will b
oted
with $734,000 for the like period
usic
of 1959, an increase of 43 per- to Israeli and Yiddi
will feature Arel
rle
tiger
cent.
vi eideman,
Net income was equivalent to and guitarist;
st ng ensemble.
87 cents per share, based on soprano; an
The public invited.
1,205,503 shares.
A Cab t Evening devoted
a Puri "Lach Nacht" will
Berg Dance Troupe
held
. 25. For rmati
and
ets, call
440.
Performs for PTA
Harriet Berg and her modern
dance group will present a pro- On Woman
gram of the history of Hebrew
ark Lunch on
and Jewish dances at a meeting to
Cha
n Mrs. George
of the Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-
of
Yiddish School PTA 8:45 p.m. announce
Feb. 16 at the Hayim Greenberg the Adas Shalom Sisterhood
Center, it was announced by donor luncheon will be a unique
one-woman show by Mrs. Arthur
Albert Zack, PTA president.
Harriet Berg is an instructor Monson, accompanied by Mrs.
of modern dance and assistant Dan Frohman. The affair is
director of the Dance Workshop slated for noon Wednesday in
at Wayne State University. She the synagogue social hall, ac-
is also creative dance instructor cording to S'isterhood President
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein. Mrs.
at the Jewish Center.
Nathan Glenner is program
Classified ads bring fast results! chairman.

Katz Appointed
to Civil War Body

Irving I. Katz, executive sec-
retary of Temple Beth El and
historiographer of the Jews of
Michigan, has been appointed a
member of the Michigan Coun-
cil of Churches Three Faith
Committee of the Michigan
Civil War Centennial ObserV-
ance Commission. He has also
been appointed a member of
the Detroit Civil War Centen-
nial Committee.

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MUSIC IS THE

IDE'S BEST FRIEND

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Mrs

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dward
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an nces the
ga
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daughter Ro ne
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Mr. and
H
Diamond of
Detro
onar
senior at the
rsity
ichigan, and her
nce
Uni-
th
versity of ichi
troit College. '
-s • n
wedding is
ed.

Israe

An exhibit
1, par
ing
e of
the
o"
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; -at-the J w . h Cente 81
eyers.
in de.
The exhi
crafts, bask ry, jewe
works
they artifacts. A s
be held
Sunaay,

Set Dates for Doubles
Handball Championship

The State Open Doubles Hand-
ball Championships, cospons
by the Jewish Center
Michigan Handball
will be held at t
n , 8100
Meyers Road,
nday through
Feb. 12.
The tour ent is en t all
Center, A USHA or Y CA
registered andball' player En-
ter at the enter's physic edu-
tment, DI 1-4200.
cation de
eMeulemeiste
Cyril (
and Dr. John
Marius Trojan and Stilson Ashe,
21-4, 21-12, to cop last year's
tournament, held at the Center.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 3, 1961 —

Women's Auxiliary of Maimonides Hitler General
Leonard Diamond
Society Slates 'Fashions Elegante' Retained by U.S. Troth Annbunced

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