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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 10, 1961 —

Kasles Enthused with Planting
Family Forest by JNF in Israel

OV THE

SLE FA

FOREST

MR. AND MRS. ABE KASLE participate in

planting of Kasle Family Forest in Israel.

* * *

.4>

Expressing heartfelt satisfac-
tion over the commencement of
the planting of the Kasle Family
Forest, in which he and Mrs.
Kasle participated recently, Abe
Kasle this week praised the
work of the Jewish National
Fund, under whose auspices
the planting is being conducted.
"As -you will note in the ac-
companying picture, Mrs. Kasle
and I actually planted seedlings
in the Freedom Forest, in the
plot of the State of Michigan,
in the- hills of Jerusalem,"
-Kasle said. "This Forest is Di-
cated on the new highway which
is being built from Jerusalem to
Beersheba." He' 'added: :

"It is hard to describe the
emotional feeling and the
pride that Mrs. Kasle and I
had for having lived to the
day of actually planting the
Kasle Family Forest. I urge
families and fraternal groups
to work towards the goal of
deriving the satisfaction in
their lifetime of planting
forests, so that the land of
Israel can be reclaimed and
conserved for productive
use." •

was given by him and his fam-
ily to JNF, as a boy, more than
60 years ago, by dropping coins
in the JNF boxes, Kasle told
of the place of honor he and
his family gave to the JNF
boxes in their homes. He re-
called his first visit in Israel
in 1952, and said that the
follow-up visit he made with
Mrs. Kasle introduced him more
intimately to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. He said he meas-
ured the progress from 1952 to
1960 and praised the accom-
plishments.

the largest
"The JNF
-employer of labor in' Israel,"
Kasle ,said, , "and that alone
should encourage - the most
dedicated support for this
cause. And there are so many
other great accomplishments
to the JNF's credit 'that it
remains in the forefront of
Israeli constructive agencies."

,

He described the JNF nurs-
eries, the progress made in tree-
planting and the numerous
other Israeli attainments, and
he especially commended the
planting of the Freedom Forest
for the 50 States in the Union
Recalling the support that and the District of Columbia.

Women's Division of Workmen's
Circle Holds Annual Donor Event

The 24th annual Donor Lunch-
eon of the Workmen's Circle
Women's Division will be held
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
W. C. Educational Center, 18340
W. Seven Mile Rd.

The prograrn will be high-
lighted by an address by Joseph

Bernstein, manager of the Jewish
Daily Forward in Detroit. There
will also be greetings by Morris
Becker, director of the Abraham
Reisen School, and Joseph Heide-
man, the Michigan representa-
tive to the W. C. National Board
of Directors. - -
A musical program will fea-
ture Detroit artist Shoshanna
Freedman, accompanied by Bella
Goldberg. A special program by
the pupils of the Abraham Reisen
School will be presented. Par-
tidipating will be Harriet Gold-
stein, Phyllis Harwick, Randy
Heller, Pam Ovshinsky, Wendy
Shifrin and Beth Yelensky.
* * *
Other WC events to be held
this week include:
Dr. Joan Chodorkoff will speak
on "When Does Personality Be-
come Fixed?" at the next meet-
ing of WC Branch 1060, 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Center. Currently
working at Lafayette Clinic, Dr.
Chodorkoff made a study of a
group of infants from their days
in the hospital nursery until they
were three-months-old to attempt
to determine if and when per-

sonality aspects become consis-
tent.
* * *
Workmen's Circle Branch
460-E will celebrate its 22nd an-
niversary at a cocktail party
Saturday evening at the Center.
The following officers will be in-
stalled: Norman Pikulin, chair-
man; Leon Yelensky, vice-chair-
man; Eugene Brownstein, re-
cording secretary; Sara Caplan
and Lillian Newberg, corres-
ponding secretaries; Maurice
Goldsmith, financial secretary;
and Abe Brownstown, treasurer.

ZOD Balfour Victory
Dinner On Tuesday

"The Vitality of the Zionist
Idea in Its Link with Israel"
will be evaluated by -Max Bress-
ler, president of the Zionist
Organization of America, at the
fifth annual Balfour Victory
Dinner of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit, at Holiday Man-
or, Tuesday. A cocktail hour
will precede the dinner.
Wynn Garden Landis will be
soloist and will be accompanied
by Rita Sloan.
Reservations for the dinner,
marking the success of the Bal-
four concert which featured the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra,
are being accepted at the ZOA
House, DI 1-8540.

nai g3ritla
• • • •
Activities

A musical program celebrat-
ing Jewish Music Month will
be presented by LOUIS D.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER at its
monthly meeting 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Sholem Aleichem
Institute. The Bagley Mothers
Singers Choir, directed by
Mrs. Jack B. Mash, will present
a program of Israeli, Jewish and
American songs. Soloists will
be Mrs. Bernard Pepper and
Mrs. Phillip Heideman. Num-
bers also will be rendered by
a trio, comprised of Edith ► un-
lap, Fay Mittleman and Carol
Lottier. Mrs. George Bassin will
be accompanist. A social hour
will follow, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. . Irving Ber-
kowitz.
* *
' ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Mishkan
Israel, 14000 W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park. A short business
meeting will be followed by
a talk on Jewish Music and
Song, entitled "Yiddishe Lider."
Guests and prospective mem-
bers are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *
Mrs. Carl Gould, president
of Pisgah Chapter, invites
members and friends to the
initiation of its 1961 member-
ship class 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Schaver auditorium
of the Hayim Greenberg Cen-
ter, 19161 Schaefer. The
"Goldye Gold"
membership
class, in honor
of Mrs. Sam-
uel Gold, past
president of
the Chapter
and past pres-
ident Of De-
troit Women's
Council, will
be presented-
Pisgah pins by
Mrs. Samuel
Miller, mem-
bership chair-
man. Mrs.
Gold also
served on the
Board of Di-
Mrs. S. Gold rectors, Dis-
trict Six, BBW, and is
area chairman of
nsultants
and executive d" for of the
Zionist Organi ion. National
president Mrs harles D. Solo-
vich will br .
ational greet-
ings, and
. Sidney Eidelman,
president f Metropolitan De
troit B
Council, will s • e
on beh f of the Cou L
Bow-C fey Chorale ty
wome directed by Hi
Schoo musical
Lusco be, will n tain.
rs.
Sol S inberg and rs
avid
Haber n are progr
chair-
men.

TIKVAH BOWLING LEAGUE
and LODGE will present its
nual "Sports Night" 8:3
Thursday at Beth Jose
18450 Wyoming. Ch • an Al
Brook announces
Lynch,
popular sportsca r, will M.C.
the program.
ticipating will
be Joe Sch
t, Lions All-P
line backer nd team cap i
Karl Karil cz, former n
now with e Los Angel
Ted Lind
and
P
ch,
Hockey
s, for
the
Red Wi s; Vince
esmond,
scout for e Tigers
rt Ruby,
colorful
stler, n
a sucess-
ful promo
and
uck Bur
and Leo
'ner, national t
tennis stars. efreshmen
be served. Th
vited.

Center Box Social

The Downriver Jewish Center
will hold a box social for mem-
bers 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Mulias,
2444 Rutledge, Trenton. Parti-
cipants will bring boxes of food.
Dancing will be featured.

Local Residents Form Oak Park
Unit of American Cancer Society

To help carry out the American Cancer Society's national
program of education, service and research in the Oak Park
area, a group of local residents have formed an Oak Park
Branch as volunteer members of the Society's Southeastern
Michigan Division. Pictured here at a recent meeting are:
From left to right, back row, Mrs. Lilyan Rosenblatt, 136'75
KenWood, Mrs. Helen McGeath, 21351 Westhampton, Mrs. Pat
Coristine, 10240 Saratoga, Crusade chairman; Mrs. Alice Cher-
ney Kahn, 15344 James, public education chairman; Mrs. Pearl
Shapiro, 21370 Kipling; Mrs. Blanche Brent, 24071 Blackstone;
and Mrs. Rose Glazer, 24121 Seneca, Branch Chairman. Seated
are: Mrs. Faye Meyer, 23230 Avon, service chairman; and Mrs.
Ruth Salan, 23460 Cloverlawn, publicity chairman. Local resi-
dents interested in becoming a volunteer member of the Oak .
Park , Branch can obtain further information by, contacting,
Mrs. Glazer, LI 5-1548.

United Hebrew Schools Raphael Soyer Exhibit
at Garelick's Gallery
`In-Service' Courses
An exhibition of the recent
Offered to Teachers
watercolors and drawings of

The United Hebrew Schools
weekly in-service courses for
Hebrew teachers will begin the
spring semester 1 p.m. Mon-
day at the Esther Berman
Building, 18977 Schaefer.
Sessions include a wor
in Hebrew composition
lecture series on "Yo
Children's Literature i
Today" conducted by
author and poet, Michael
In-service courses are av
able to all Hebrew teach
in Metropolitan Detroit.

,

Raphael Soyer will be eld at
Garelick's Gallery, 02 S Liver-
nois, from Feb. through
Marc 4.
So r is a me
r of the N
ti • a nstitute •
is an
d is re the
ooklyn
lery, Met-

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y

'

Central Class of '5
Reunion on Ap

The "Ten Year
the 1951 class o • entral
School will be held April
the Hillcrest Country Club,
ile Rd. at M-59.
ighlight of the evening. will.
"1951 in Retrospect" show.
h Bowen and his orchestra
provide music for dancing.
information, call. Phyllis
Cohn, LI 54905, or Henry
kin, WO 2-7727.

Eric Rosenow

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