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February 24, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-24

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Meyerhoff, Zuckerman Exchange 3 Detroiters Will Two New Hebrew Classes Opened
Congratulations, on Chairmanships Serve on UJA
at Midrashq Calle ge of UHS
Midrasha, College of Jewish age Hebrew 'classes are conduct-
National Cabinet Studies
of the United Hebrew ed on Tuesday and Thursday

Three prominent Detroiters
have been named to serve on a
special 71 -member National
Campaign Cabinet to act as the
top policy-making and planning,
body for the 1961 UJA drive for
$72,740,000, announced Joseph
Meyerhoff, general chairman. '
The local leaders are Louis
Berry, Abe Kasle and Paul
Zuckerman.
Melvin Dubinsky of St. Louis
will serve as chairman of the
Cabinet.

When Paul Zuckerman, chairman of the 1961 Allied
Jewish Campaign, and Charles Grosberg congratulated Joseph
- Meyerhoff, of Baltimore, on his election as General Chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal at the UJA National Inaugural
Conference, Meyerhoff, in turn, congratulated Zuckerman on
his appointment as a UJA National Cabinet member.

Linda Schiff to Wed
Melvin S. Pearl

Balfour Dinner Marks Memorial
Tribute to Kay at Israel School

Ira G. aKufinan, Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, Mrs. Julius Chajes, Irv-
ing Sniderman and Mrs. Charles
Gitlin. Two youth citations were
presented to Daniel Silver and
Gerald Sniderman.

Cinema Program
Listed at Center

Kaufman •

Bressler

At the annual Balfour Vic-
tory Dinner Feb. 14 at the Holi-
day Manor, Max Bressler, na-
tional president of the Zionist
Organization of America, was
presented with a check by
• Judge Ira G. Kaufman, presi-
dent of the ZOD, • to be used
towards a fitting memorial at
Kfar Silver Agricultural School
in Ashkelon, Israel, in memory
of the late Leon Kay, a de•-
vote.d, past presiden
the ZOD
and a past v• • n

the
ZOA. S =
n Shapiro, c
man
he 1960 Balfour C
cert
ich presented the Isra
P
armonic Orchestra la
ember, was p es t w .
award for •u
ce. Addit n..
re
iven to A K.i e,
man,
sponsor c a i
a
Harry
Cohen, M. Ben
s, Philip
Slomovitz, Ru.
Isaacs, Mrs.

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"Life Begins Tomorrow" (La
Vie Commence Demain") will be
the opening attraction of the Jew.
ish Center Cinema Forum spring
series, at 8 p.m. March 5.
"What Will Life Be Like
the Year 2000?" will be discuss
by .Dr. Carl Haessler, editor a
public relations man, and arch
tect Harold Tuschiya, associat
with Minoru Yamasaki and Asso-
ciates. Refreshments will be
served.
Other attractions this spring
are: Clark Gable, Deborah Kerr
and Sidney Greenstreet in "The
Hucksters" on March 19, with
Charles F. Rosen and Dr. Gilbert
Shapiro discussing, "Is Advertis-
ing Ruining Our National Char-
acter?" •
Stanley Kramer's "My Six
victs" on April 9, wit
Shapiro discuss].
ment a Dete
Brian Donle
and Hume C
fling or the
with Dr. Otto
"Is an East-W
sary for Peace.
Olivia de Havilan in "The
Snake Pit" on May 28, with Dr
W. Warren Dunham
"Does Urban Life
• en
Breakdown?"
Holliday and
Paul Dougl
"The Solid Gold
Cadillac,"
Sol
ing "Ha
the Rig
June 11

Schools, 18977 Schae
nounces the open
wo new
classes for the
term, one
in beginner
rew and one in
intermed'
Hebrew. .
The
is no pre-requisite for
the
inners class. During the
ter
f stud from ary
the nd of
den
acq ether
f r adi
and riting and will
a
vocab
150
words.
For the
rmediate class
pre-req
f reading, writin ,
and
inimum vocabulary o
75
rds is neces
s the st
oximatelyh
ds,
ill be able to cond •
ght con-
ersation, re
d
rite "
compositions.
c ass is
ule
Monday evenings 8:30
• the intermediate class for
hursday from 8:30 to 10 p.m.
For students with more a
vanced kn
dge
w
there are
mber
asses
available on
esd
Wed
nesday :nor gs a
evening.
For studen
gh school

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e announcement of the
gagement of Linda Ann Schiff
o Melvin S. Pearl wa
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Polasky of Sa maw.
The bride-elect
ter of
x Schif
lac and the
iff, is a student at
Ferris Institute. Her finance, son
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Robson Ave., - also attended
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