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March 03, 1961 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-03

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Receives Medal
from Seminary

Adults, Children. Invited to Fetes Honorin

Post-Purim carnivals have
been scheduled by a number
of schools and organizations in
the community during the com-
ing week.

Children of all ages are in-
vited to the annual Cong. Beth
Moses (Evergreen) Purim
event noon to 4 p.m. Sunday,
sponsored by the synagogue
men's club. Featured will be
games, prizes for all and a
costume contest. Refreshments
will be served. The community
is invited.

Secretary of Labor Arthur
Goldberg is shown here as he
addressed the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America
recently in Miami Beach, Fla.
The Seminary presented • him
with the Herbert H. Lehman
medal. Goldberg was in
Miami Beach for a meeting
with the AFL-CIO Executive
Council.

The Abraham Reisen Jewish
School of the Workmen's Circle
will hold its annual carnival
noon Sunday at the scho o
building, 18340 W. Seven 111 .
Lunch will be served at a
inal charge for both children
and parents. Fe res will in-
nd prizes
e a grand
st c
es. Families
nvited.
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Milton . oner, newly-elected
chairman of the Detroit Chapter
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, has announced the officers
and members of the group's
Executive Board and Advisory
Isaac Agree Downtown Committee.
The announcement was made
Synagogue to , Honor
following the initial Executive
`25 Club' at Party
Board meeting of 19
enera
The new membership of the and Hertz was
S. Simon,
Isaac Agree Downtown Syna- vice-president - r
man; Clement
gogue, 1442 Griswold, will hold program vi -c
d Mrs. Oscar Zemon,
a Purim celebration with music A. Hopp
and refreshments Sunday evening. member p vice-ch
The "TwentY-Five Club" will urer, L is Welt-
be honored for its many years of Mrs. C ment A.
support to the synagogue. Mem- Butzel who di • onday,
ed hdnorary presi
bers Of unity are been
are
Mein • s of the
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arge.
vern Cohn,
Martin
Fo — membership '
ion Mrs. - Milton Doner, William
wo Frank, Mrs. Nicholas Gimbel,
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ness Leonard Kasle, Mrs. Leonard
Kasle, Howard Kaichen, Mrs.
Maurice Klein, Victor Klein, Mrs.
Norman Levey, Leonard Lewis,
Philip Marcuse, Edward Quint,
Ben Schottenfels, Mrs. Louis
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Schwartz, James Wineman and
Oscar Zemon.
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Advisory Committee was Martin
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! community are invited to the
Purim carnival of the Hayi
Greenberg Hebrew-Y i d d •
School, 12:30 p.m. Sund
the Schaver auditorium
Hayim Greenberg Cente
Schaefer. Costumes, d
games, parade, "shalach
and booths with prizes wi
featured for the children. A
Purim buffet will be available
for adults. Each child will re-
ceive a hamantash, gragger and
other Purim gifts.
Young Israel Young Adults
of Metropolitan Detroit will I
present its Purim carnival 2
p.m. Sunday at the Young
Thrael of Oak Woods, Coolidge
nd k Park.
eshments
and enterta ment will be fea-
tured. The public is invited.
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An announcement will be
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High School Students
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Problem for Global Law

"Eichmann: Problem in Inter-
national Justice" will be the
subject of a panel discussion by
the High School International
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Parkman Branch Library.
Claudia Shropshire, chairman
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All students are invited at no
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