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February 10, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-10

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Hadassah Slates February Events Dempsey Is Moderator for Crime
February activities arranged 10 a.m. Feb. 21 at Temple
by Hadassah groups will include Emanu-El, Oak Park. At inter- Talk at Hayhn Greenberg Center
the following:

MUMFORD

U

S

DETROIT CHAPTER

I
N

mission, a subscription luncheon
will be served. For reservations,
call the Hadassah office, BR
3-5441.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Mortimer Jacobson, national
treasurer and former Zionist Af-
fairs chairman. She will give a
first-hand report of national
Hadassah's mid - winter confer-
ence. Topics tare "What's Going
on in Hadassah?" and "What
Are the Changes in the Jewish
Agency for America, Inc.?"

Dr. John Dempsey, news direc- Bnai Brith. They will discuss
tor of WJBK-TV, will be ways to combat the recent crime
moderator of "Crime Forum" wave in Detroit.
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Hayim
Entertainment will be provided
Greenberg Center.
by Shoshona Brooks Friedman,
The forum is sponsored by the soprano, accompanied by pianist
Detroit Louis Marshall Lodge, Bella Goldberg.
Louis Marshall Women and
Refreshments will be served.
Tikvah Chapter of Bnai Brith.
The public is invited. There is no
Panel members will include admission charge.
William Patrick, member of De-
troit Common Council; Herbert
Hatred is the vice of narrow
W. Hart, police commissioner; souls; they feed it with all their
and Sol I. Littman, director of littlenesses, and make it the pre-
the Anti-Defamation League of text of base tyrannies.

SCHAEFER GROUP Presi-
dent Mrs. - Samuel Levitt an-
nounces a Valentine's D a y
luncheon and fur fashion show
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sho-
lem Aleichem Institute, 19350
Greenfield.
Mrs. Morris Gross will be
By Sim Shapiro
fashion commentator, and mod-
The new semester has brought els will include Mesdames
new ideas to Mumford. A new Gerald Schwartz, Sherman Zel-
plan for the reorganization of des, Robert Est o n, Maurice
the Student Council is foremost Cornfield, George Bright and
among these.
Hartman Is Named
Charles Rubin.
A musical number will be to Executive Post
The Student Council now con-
sists of two houses. The Senate rendered by hostesses Mesdames of Fresh Air Society
is made up of four elected sen- Joseph Gantz, David Cohen,
Carl Hartman has joined the
ators from every grade, while Harold Panter and Samuel W.
the House of Representatives Cohen. Directors are Mrs. Sid- staff of the Fresh Air Society as
includes members from every ney Jacobs, program vice-presi- resident director of Camp Tama-
dent, and Mrs. Jerry Goldman, rack and ad-
record room.
chairman.
Alan Goldman will ministrative as-
Emphasizing EXPERT INSTRUCTION by
In the plans now being con-
sistant of the
sidered every grade would entertain on the guitar. Prizes,
including a cashmere swea
TALENTED, EXPERIENCED LEADERS ...
elect class officers who would will
ority.
awarded, an •
preside at class meetings and will be
His
camping
be serve •
he social
take the place of the Senate. committee
e r Mesdames experience has
This plan is designed to renew Oscar • .
ton and Sam Cohen. been with the
interest in the Council by giving
eeds will go t ow ar d Jewish Center,
the students closer ties with it.
assah's Youth Aliyah pro- where he was
The "pep" committee, chaire
am. For reservati.
call Day C
by Ronnie Winokur, wh•
n •r. Hart-
Mesdames Samuel ah D
brought up the plan, has
n
d 1-9655, David Steinm
o d
Martin
several open meetings
ac
an 6-7794, or Julius G
an
4-WEEK or 8-WEEK ENROLLMENTS
ste '
frees
effort to _ air the views o he 4-0451.
from the City
e of New
students. Before this plan
n
• er's degree from
BAGLEY SOU • will meet York an
Stanley and Elsie Michaels, Directors
be implemented, it must
• ork School of Social
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hadassa
19647 Roslyn, Detroit 21, Michigan
approved by the school admin-
Refres
ork. He served in the Army as
Phone UN 4-4220
istration and then submitted to serve .
-
ram will in- education advisor in 'the Army
the student body for a vote.
Member of American Camping Association
clude a book review by Mrs. Education Center in Schweinfurt,
Elsewhere in Mumford many Henry Berris and a discussion Germany.
clubs are organizing for the of contemporary affairs by Mes-
new semester. The Drama Club dames Henry Berman, David Shirer to Discuss
THERE IS ONLY ONE
has chosen "Dino," the play Bruss and Alex Zuckman. Mrs.
Julius
Pollack,
president,
an-
'Third
Reich'
Sunday
that first brought fame to Sal
Mineo, for presentation May 18 nounces members and friends
in Beth El Address
and 19. Tryouts are to be held are invited.
William L. Shirer, famous for-
Feb. 15-17.
UNIVERSITY EAST will hold
Finest Catering This Side of Heaven
Twenty-five skiers from Mum- an open board meeting for all eign correspondent and author of
ford's Hostelling Club • will members and friends 12:30 p.m. his latest best seller "The Rise
leave for the slopeg of Mt Fred- Tuesday at the home of Mrs. and Fall of the Third Reich,"
• Bowling Banquets
speak at Temple Beth El
• Weddings
eric today _for a week-end snow Arnold Frank, 18034 Oak ,Dr. -will
• Stags
• Bar Mitzvahs
Dessert luncheon will be served, 8:3
aus-
trip.
• Showers
s of the Sisterhood
aecording to president
• Confirmations
he
The M -e r cur y, Mumford's George R. Smith.
Men's Club. -
We
school paper, went on sale Feb.
Proudly
Cards of
EVERGREEN
wil
et
8:30
o,
the
le
Specialize In
6. The sales will continue for p.m. Feb. 21 at H ssah House Lure, which is open to the public,
v Gourmet Food
two weeks and subscriptions to hear folk s' er Ed Ehren- are available at the Temple
" v Excellent Service
can be purchased from any berg in a p am of Jewish, office and at Grinnells.
b, Satin Cloths
member of the staff for 60c. American Israeli folk songs
v Silver Settings
Twenty lucky subscribers will Members nd friends are
1, Fine China
U1
ak
receive double passes for the vited, a rding to Mrs. Willia
V Our Own Pastry Shop
Fox Theater.
so. Sweet Table
Co
rence
Burlan o rogram vice-president.
Especially Designed
0
Mumford's cagers, wallowing Mrs. 1 bert Zack and Mrs.
egal, ecently a
For Each
Individual
to to the World Zio
in the depths of the league cel- Geor: Cross will present
on-
Party
gress in Jerusalem
lar, dropped another decision brief it.
e guest
• Tray Catering
a •
speaker
at
to Central last week, 54-38.
• Commercial

and
LI
Confer-
IA will witness a
• Luncheons
They face Denby, the only team demons
. Saturday. at the
• Industrial
n of "How to make ence
• Dinners
the Mustangs have been able canapes"
Greenberg Center.
• Residential
to defeat this season, today at at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in the home
A dinner-banquet will preceed
a
3:30.
musical program featuring
In Our Beautiful AVALON ROOM . .. your home .
of Mrs. Milton Kellman, 202,50
The girls' swimming team is Brentwood, Oak Park. Program Cantor Louis Klein and Bela
hall .. . temple . . . or the hotel of your choice.
pointing toward the season's vice-president is Mrs. Hy Eizel- Goldberg, pianist.
GIVES YOU EXACTLY
_initial meet, Highland Park man. Members and friends are
Segal will listen to reports of
WHAT YOU WANT
visiting Mumford Feb. 23.
invited, announces President the branches and institutions and
More prizes • have come to Mrs. Arthur W. Brukoff.
comment on them at a meeting
ONLY THE BEST!
Mumford. In a competition
1 p.m. Sunday at the Hayim
SOUTH OAKLAND
Greenberg Center.
sponsored by the National
Call SAMMY Personally
SOME CHOICE DATES
COUNTY CHAPTER
or MISS FAYE
Council of Teachers of English,
The public is invited to the
STILL AVAILABLE
LI 7-1355 or JO 4-6656
HUNTINGTON WOODS Saturday night conference. For
Sue Kobel and Vivian Shevitz
finished first and second respec- GROUP will present a 'theater reservations, call DI 1-0669. -
tively out of 18 competitors in party showing of the film "Exo.
Michigan. The competition in- dus" March 8 at the Mercury
cluded essays, literary works, Theater. Tickets may be pur-
and a test, and gives the girls chased before March 1 from the
a recommendation from the South Oakland County Hadassah
N.C.T.E. to any college to which office, 1799 Coolidge
A stamped, se
ressed en-
they apply.
velope mus
enclosed with
47300 W. 12 MILE RD., 17 Miles from Northland
each tic
order, and
Zionist Revisionist
wishi
o sit to
must
plac rders to
A portion
Envoy to Speak Here
of e ticket p e will be credit
Beinisch Epstein of the New
to the member's donor.
York office of the' Zionist-Re-
or info ation,
rs.
visionist Organization will visit
elvin
rt
I
or
the Detroit chapter at a specia the Hadas•ice,
meeting 8:30 p.m. Sunday, at th
OAK P
home of President Steven ,Gol
Will hold a
sentation
in, 22151 Beverly, Oak Park.
of the Br. .way success "To
Epstein attended the Zion
in the A c" at a 12:30
Congress in Jerusalem as
meeting Tuesday at C
eth
visionist delegate, and also t
Shalom, 14601 W.
oln. Mrs.
ON OUR OWN CAMP GROUNDS
. World Revisionists Conferenc
ilton Rose
will present
held in Jerusalem. He will re-.

COOK-OUTS
• C-I-T PROGRAM
this meeting, to
• OVERNIGHTS
port on both conclaves. At the highlight Youth Aliyah. A des-

EXCELLENT
DOOR
TO
same meeting, Detroit delegates sert luncheon will be served.
DOOR TRANSPORTATION •
Will be elected to the Revision-
Members and friends are in-
DURING EARLY ENROLLMENT PERIOD
ist Conference to be held in vited. For transportation, call
NOW 'TILL MARCH 15, 1961
New York, Feb. 21. Refresh- Mrs. Louis Cooper, LI 7-0874.
ments will be served.
Both DETROIT and SOUTH
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
OAKLAND COUNTY CHAP-
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G
S

CAMP NAHELU

Here's Camping
At Its Best!

SAMMY

• .

SAMMY'S

-

Totem Pole Day Camp

pleased to announce the opening

of a new

- 25' x 60'
SWIMMING POOL

SPECIAL REDUCED RATE

CALL LI 6-6174

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