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February 03, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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Algiers Synagogues
Install Iron Grills

League of Jewish Women Take Part in Conference on Children

ALGIERS, (JTA) — Algiers
synagogues were reported to be
taking precautionary measures
to protect buildings after the
destructive attack on the great
synagogue in the Casbah during
the rioting in Algiers earlier
this month. Protective iron
grills have been fitted to w
dows and sturdier locks
been placed on doors.

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SPECIAL
INTRODUCTORY
OFFER

The ninth annual Border-City
Conference on Rearing Children
of Good Will will begin 9:30
a.m. Feb. 16 at the Rackham
Building, 60 Farnsworth. The
League of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations will assume an ac-
tive role.
g co •renc
con
• itself with "socially
jut .ed children free from t
crippling effe is of prejudice
roject o
ptroit. Rou
le
ational; Co
axis and J
in
pe ion ith th
dian
Council of
nd Jews,
of Canadian
Council of Christians and Jews
and the South Oakland Round
Table, National Conference of
Christians. and Jews. Its pur-
pose is to provide the opportu-
nity for adults who are respon-
sible for youth guidance to ex-
plore areas of major importance
in rearing children of good will.
Registration begins 9 a.m. A
group registration entitles as
many of the members of an or-
ganization to attend as may
wish to do so. Individual regis-
tration also will be taken.

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Appointment of Samuel Skol-
nick of Detroit as director of
Camp Bnai Brith in Starlight,
Pa., was announced by David
M. Blumberg, chairman of the
Bnai Brith Youth Commission:
, Skolnick has been resident di-
rector of Camp Tamarack in-
Brighton. He is a graduate of
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A native Detroiter, Victor at-
tended Detroit Public Schools
and received his law degree
from Wayne State University in
1950. He is a veteran of World
War II, having served with the
Army Air Force. He is a mem-
ber of Mosaic Lodge F&AM No.
530, a member of Ahavas Ach-
im Synagogue, and a past presi-
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Marvin Horwitz Elected
to Head Law Fraternity

Marvin Quinn Horwitz has
been elected president of the De-
troit Graduate Chapter of Tau
Epsilon Rho Law Fraternity.
Others to take office are Gor-
don I. Ginsberg, vice chancellor;
Albert E. Conn, master of the
rolls; and Norman E. Conn, bur-
sar.
Norman W. Feder was elected
general convention chairman for
the international convention to
be held in December in Detroit.

RESERVE NOW
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Waytie State University; and
Laurentine B. Collins, director
school-community relatio
troit Public School
moderator.
Luncheon re
ations must
be made on o
efore Feb. 10.
Among the
organizations
co-sponsoring
conference is
the League of
ish. Women's
Organizations, un
Mesdames
Phillip Fealk, pre
and
overall hospitality chat
Irving Small, women's division
general chairman of the confer-
ence and publications chair-
man; and Morton Oppenheim,
chairman of the League's
Roundtable committee and host-
ess. Co-chairmen are Mrs. John
Ne
k Sales.

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The keynote address, "What
We Know about Rearing Chil-
dren of Good Will," will be
given by Dr. Mildred Peters,
professor of guidance and coun-
seling, College of Education,
Wayne State University. During
the latter part of the morning
13 concurrent discussion groups
open to delegates will include
community leaders as resource
people in the field of human
relations.
The afternoon program will
feature development of an Ac-
tion Program, by panel mem-
bers Clare Broadhead, princi-
pal, Brake Elementary School,
Inkster; Mary Agnes Davis,
vice-president, Board of Direc-
tors, Neighborhood Service Or-
ganizations; R. M. Decker,
gram director, YMC
YWCA, London, Ont.;
ray, women's director
tion WJR; , Dr. T
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