More than a thousand delegates
from every state in the Union
will convene Feb. 23 to 26 in
Washington, D. C., at the na-
tional • assembly of the Jewish
National Fund, which this year
celebrates the 16th anniversary
of its founding, Judge Selig
Schwartz, chairman of the na-
tional assembly committee, an-
The assembly will take place
at the Willard Hotel.
Public figures who , will spear-
head the activities of the na-
tional assembly, will include
Jacob Tsur, world chairman of
the board of directors of the
Jewish National Fund in Jeru-
salem and former mbas-
sador to Fra
sador to :the
es' - ederal and State
in' 'ng Cabinet mem-
hers d Governors, a a num-
embl as een ue
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IN THE NORTHWOOD
NIGHT WILL BE TURNED
into day Wednesday, as Youth
Education League pulls another
first for the organization . . .
This group of 200 members
takes its annual noon-time fes-
tivities out of the ordinary to
make it a cabarat luncheon at
he Elmwood Casino in Windsor
. YEL has continued tc grow
membership and in its very
orthy range of assistance for
he needy - for 20 years . . .
Monies garnered go toward aid-
ing children of indigent families,
youngsters with cerebral palsy,
mentally retarded children and
a host of other emergency relief
cases that come to them through
the Jewish Social Service Bureau
... The group also gives scholar-
ships to worthy students who
otherwise could not continue
their education without aid . . .
Lydia Sanders, as president of
Youth Education League,' is as-
sisted by Pauline Mendelssohn
and Ruth Rosenberg, fund-rais-
ing chairmen; Evelyn Munson,
ticket chairman, and Pat Lewis-
ton, program chairman . . . Tic-
kets for the Cabaret Luncheon
by YEL can still be gotten by
calling Evelyn Munson at DI.
WHEN MICKEY WOOLF
opens at the Alamo nitery, Feb.
27 through March 12, it'll be
with a. heavy show business face
lifting for the popular local or-
bliestra leader . . . Mickey comes
into the Alamo, not with his
band, but as a solo act for the
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MATINEES: Sat., Sun. & Holidays
.A to M $1.80—All other seats $2.40
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
The Bar Mitzvah Year Israel Russia when she was 17. She
to The Jewish News)
Bond program will be inaugur- ' did biological research in Jeru-
JERUSALEM—The Israel Go—v-
ated 'at a leadership dinner salem's Hebrew University
meeting 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22, ac- while Palestine was a British ernment maintained its policy of
silence on reports of a West
German loan for the industrial
With the outbreak of World development of the Negev. •
War II, she graduated from the
Asked for details by General
British army officers' course Zionist Ezra Ichilov in the Knes-
for women and served in the set Monday, Trade Minister Pin-
Jewish brigade in . Egypt and has Sapir expressed regret that
Italy. She was appointed com- he could not say anything on the
at a gathering
mander of CHEN in 1951, three matter and referred the deputy
of leaders of
years after the birth of Israel. to a laconie denial by the prime
the Detroit Is-
As chief of CHEN, she was dec- minister's office last Jan. 1.
orated for outstanding service
in the Sinai Campaign. j Classified- ads bring fast results!
be Col. Shosh-
of the Israel
Washing t o n, Col. Gershom
paign heroine. Col. Gershom
' former commander of CHEN
the women's army of Israel
served in Haganah.
She moved to Palestine from
first time in his career .. .
THE "AGE OF SOUND" ha
struck the David and Sylvi
Weisberg household . .. Daugh 1
ter Bonnie, age 11, was bakin _1 NOW.. . ONLY ONE
a surprise cake for her father
when an air force jet broke th
sound barrier shaking the hour ei
, BoEsky ,
. .. and the cake which shoul
ha- ve been rising, went ker-plo
. Bonnie called Dave and tear
fully asked, "What should I do?
JAMES COUZENS AT GREENFIELD
• • • Dad jokingly told her t o
complain to the commanding of i
ficer at Selfridge Air Force Bas
. . . Being an obedient daughter,
and Service in Detroit.
Bonnie did just that, with a tea r 1
- Come Dressed as You Are .
in eye . . . Every day for nearl
a week, the question around th
Weisberg house was, "Have w e
heard from Selfridge-" . . . Fi
ally an officer from the air b
A.M. to- - '
called and informed Sylvia at
to 3:30 A.M.
they would deliver a replace
for Bonnie's cake . . . Told
this, Bonnie remarked, "Oh, no!
QUET MURAL ROOM AVAILABLE FOR
What will I say to the men?"
PRIVATE PARTIES, ACCOMMODATING UP
. . . With a grin, Dave told her
TO 125 GUESTS.
to try saying thank you. . • A
station wagon delivered the cake
with proper military escort . . 1.
and needless to say, Dave and
Sylvia are proud of their daugh- I
HARRY and ABE BOESKY
ter's artful writing . . . Bonnie's
brother Marc and sister Debra
are more - than proud . . . they
are full of cake!
DATE OF Infant Service
Group dinner-dance and show
WHERE TO DINE
is set for March 19 at the Latin
Fine American and Italian Food
U D E
Open daily 11:30 a.
Banquet room availa oil
17632 WOODWARD — North of 6 Mile
coll .rating on lyrics f the
the e music froin "Exodus'. • .
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• ted th
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arking Facilities . '. . Carry-Out Service
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The Women's American Ort,
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soring a Theatre Party, Satur-
day evening, March 4 at 8:30
P.M. at the Cass. For informa-
tion call Mrs. Harold Sucher
at JO 4-6147
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Israel Silent on Reports
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Prices: Thurs. & Fri. Eves.: Orch.
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Sat. Eve.: Orch. $5.40; Balc. 5.40,
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23 - THE DETRO IT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 10, 1961
Assembly of JNF Danny Raskin's Col. Shoshana Gershon]. to Speak
in D. C. Feb. 23-26
at Israel Bond Drive Inaugural