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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 24, 1961 --

National ORT President Reports
to Michigan Leaders on Tuesday

National president of Women's
American ORT, Mrs. Joseph C.
Gayl, on a speaking tour of the
United States
to report on
her visits to
European ORT
installations,
will arrive in
Detroit Mon-
day.
She will stay
at the home of
Mrs. Irvin
Kurtz, Mich-
igan region
president, at
1490 Strath-
cona.
Mrs. G a y 1
Mrs. Gayl
will address local ORT leaders
at a luncheon meeting Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Kurtz.
Mrs. Gayl has been active in
Women's American ORT for
more than 20 years. On the na-

The Town and Country
Chapter of Women's American
ORT won honors at the League
of Jewish Women's Organiza-
tion's meeting, Israel's "Bar
Mitzvah Day," at the Bnai
Moshe Synagogue.
Twenty groups affiliated
with the League competed
with exhibits to demonstrate
how they help the new state.
Mrs. Ben Brant, president,
and Mrs. Arnold Tanzman, im-
mediate past president, showed
the display, depicting ORT's
global work with its six-point
project of health, maintenance
and training.
Mrs. William Fitzerman and
Mrs. Gerald Rosman helped
with the creative art work for
the display, which took 10
people one month to design,

tional level, she began as national
organization and structure chair-
man, and in 1956 she was chair-
man of the National Board Con-

JWV Activities

Lt. ROY F. GREEN AUXIL-
IARY will meet Tuesday at the
Memorial Home to hold the sec-
ond nomination of officers, an-
nounces President Mrs. Jerry
Dale. Refreshments will be
served.
• *
JWV YOUTH GROUP will
present a fashion show March
25 at the Memorial Home. Re-
freshments and prizes will be fea-
tured. For information, call
Suzie Kosofsky, UN 1-5840, or
Karen Wasserman, EL 6-6822.
* * *
Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILIARY
will hold its next meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the JWV Memo-
rial Home. Nomination of officers
will take place. Hostesses will be
Jennie Wish and Bessie Levin.
All members are asked to attend.
SerVice to cottages will take place
Saturday, announces child wel-
fare chairman, Louba Luppiloff.
*
*
A regular meeting of Sgt.
MORTON A. SILVERMAN AUX-
ILIARY will be held Tuesday,
beginning with a luncheon 12:30
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Daniel
Kalter, 19207 Snowden. Nomina-
tion of officers will be held, and
Mrs. Ben Goldstein, president,
will report on the Border City
Conference on "Reading Children
of Good Will" held recently. A
report on the Juvenile Detention
Home party will be given by Mrs.
Samuel Malkes, child welfare
chairman. The party featured
guest artists and a talent show.
The Auxiliary presented the
Home with dance records and
served refreshments.
* *
OAK PARK AUXILIARY will
meet Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Jack Guttenplan, 15241 Dart-
mouth, Oak Park. Final plans for
the second annual smorgasborg
and games night will be com-
pleted. A social will follow.

ference. She was national con-
vention chairman for the 14th
Biennial National Convention
(1957), the first national con-
vention held outside of New
York City.
At the convention she was
elected chairman of the National
ExecutiVe Committee.
In October, 1958, she was
elected national president of
Women's American ORT. She
was re-elected president in Sep-
tember, 1959.
In 1960, Mrs. Gayl headed the
WAO delegation to North Africa
(Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia), the
Middle East (Israel, Iran) and
Europe (France, Italy, Switzer-
land, Austria). The delegation,
which was overseas during Jan-
uary and February, visited and
inspected more than 50 ORT in-
stallations.
Later in the same year, Mrs.
Gayl once more went abroad on
an ORT mission. Her trip began
in London, where she headed the
WAO delegation to the 27-nation
World ORT Union Congress, and
from there she traveled to Aus-
tria, Poland, and Yugoslavia in
order to see ORT schools and the
Jewish communities.-

Leslie Victor Will Winslow Heads Intercollegiate Club
Tred Richard Kates of Wayne and U. of M. Graduates

Dr. Max B. Winslow has been
named president of the Inter-
collegiate Club of Detroit.
Nathan V. Miller is secretary
and Dr. Arthur A.
treasurer.
The club was
•2 years
ago by a
u p of students
atten
oth
t h •
Univer-
of Mich-
: an and what
was then
for College
the City
Detroit a d
has since be -
come W
State

MISS LESLIE VICTOR

Mr. and Mrs. George Victor
of Fairfield Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Leslie Joan, to Richard S.
Kates, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel S. ' Kates of Brookline,
Mass.
The bride-elect is currently
attending Emerson College
Boston where she is studyit
Speech Therapy. Her fiance
a graduate of Babson Instit
of Business Administration
Wellesley, Mass., where he
a member of Alpha Delt
fraternity, and is
a stoc
broker with Schi
, Atherton
and Company
Boston. A
Josef Marais and Miranda, June wedding
anned.
international "balladeers" fa-
mous for their unique concerts,
recordings, radio and television
programs will appear in the
Scottish Rite Auditorium of
Masonic Temple at 8:30 p.m.,
Feb. 24. As composers and
singers they have collected
humorous and tender songs
Mrs. 1‘,
L. Lic er
n
from many countries, trans- named c •rman
nen's
lated them freely into modern general sol
ounces
English terms, and fashioned Mrs. Benjamin
n. , Women's
them• into solos and duets with Division ca
ig4 vice presi-
great finesse.
dent. This branch of the
* * *
Women's ision
ied Je -
The coming appearance here of ish Cam ign e
cove
America's oldest ballet company, 11,000 w en wh
lie d.
the world-famous BALL E T
ear the
RUSSE de MONTE CARLO, is
s gen-
one of the highlights of the
eral s icitat•
season for dance and theater
branch r••
lovers. The Ballet Russe de
$80,000
Monte Carlo, with its ensemble
of stars, and its repertoire of the
with
Mrs.
dances the public loves best, will
te
t h
be seen at Masonic Temple,
cutive
v.
March 3, 4 and 5.
chairmen,

*
sdames Sam
,.•arnet, Adolf
A nine-member panel of dia-
Lowe and Saul
betics explained how they live
J. Rubin.
with the disease in pursuing
Louis G. R
their careers in a meeting at
-
stone i -
SINAI HOSPITAL, Wednesday.
* *
era "s r it
z.dv
Col. GREGORY "PAPPY"
I c
r g e
BOYINGTON, one of World
of ss mnents
War II's most decorated heroes,
Mrs. ichter w i
be Mr -
will appear at Detroit Town
Hall Wednesday, 11 a.m., at Samue . Silver an Mrs. L :
g.
Ford auditorium. His subject Rotten
Gene
solicitation vi• chair-
will be "Who is Responsible
men ar
Mesdame Charles
for Red China Today?"
* * *
Abramson, • , antz, Max
Max M. Fisher, president of M. Honigman, Martin Messer,
the Jewish Welfare Federation, Jack B. Mickel, Richard A. Ser-
announces that copies of the lin, Max M. Isberg, John H.
Federation's 35th annual re- Redfield, Jack W. Mite
port, which were distributed at ward Narens, Be
. Samuel
the Federation annual meet- Albert Schneid
Tessler and
ing, have been mailed to all Taylor, New
roper.
workers in the Federation's Al- Jerome J.
General olicitation is corn-.
lied Jewish Campaign.
The report includes a sum- posed o 25 divisions havin
mary of work accomplished in 150 ca ins and 1,400
1960, a list of Federation bene- ers.
ficiary agencies and the amount
Th aptains will ga
allocated to each, the names of day,
:30 p.m. t
the Federation member agen- Cen
for a
t
ne on.
Unite
cies in Detroit and a descrip-
s
peal
mann," will
tion of all of the Federation filn `Memo to
own an
Budget and Planning divisions be
•tains will
elopmen -
and committees and the names hea about new
in t
community. Plans
of their members.
mulated for a wo • ers
Fisher said that copies of be
be held in Mar
the report may be obtained rally
from the Jewish Welfare Fed-
Mrs. hn C. Hop former
eration, 163 Madison.
Women'
ivisio
president,
*
*
will addre
group.
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