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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-07

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iday, April. 7, 1961 — 22

THE DETROIT JEWISH

Women Tally AJC Gifts

Bnai Brith Activities

Mrs. Joshua Sperka will be
guest of the LOUIS MAR-
SHALL CHAPTER at its next
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer. Mrs. Sperka will
review "The Imposter" by Jan
DeHartog. An election of of-
ficers and the president's annual
report also will be featured.
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, president,
and Mrs. David Freedman, pro-
gram chairman, invite members
and friends to attend, as this
is the final general meeting for
the year. Refreshments will be
served. For information call DI
1-9645.
* * *
GEORGE GERSHWIN
CHAPTER will hold its annual
Tallying the mounting total of contributions to the election of officers 8:30 p.m.
Women's Division of the 1961 Allied Jewish Campaign are ;Wednesday at the Workmen's
(from left) standing, Mesdames Morris J. Braildwine, Harry
Circle, Seven Mile Rd. near
E. August, John C. Hopp, Benjamin Jones and Sidney J.
Southfield. Members are asked
Karbel; seated, llesdanits Harold, Robinson, Max Lichter and
Philip R. Marcuse. The Women's Division thus far has to attend. Games will follow and
be served.
reached 80 per cent of the $630,000 it raised in 1960., refreshments * will
* *

HIAS Plans Aid to 30,000 Jews ,
in 1961 Budget of $2,319,420

NEW YORK, (JTA) , — The
United Hias Service announced
the adoption of a 1961 budget of
$2,319,420 for anticipated migra-
tion, resettlement and related
services fo more than 30,000 Jew-
ish men, women and children
over the world.
James P. Rice, executive direc-
tor of the agency, said that indi-
cations are that United Hias
Seririce, a beneficiary of the New
York United Jewish Appeal, will
be • called upon to serve more
than 30,000 Jews during the cur-
rent : year. He pointed out that
doge to 4,000 persons from Eur-
ope, the Middle East, Africa and
the Far East will be; resettled by
the agency in countries of the
Western world. ,
In addition, the agency is plan-
ning ahead for vital-pre-migration
services in the United States and
Latin America to about 6,000
relatives and sponsors of pros-
pective immigrants; naturaliza-
tion assistance and a ent of
S
for
status in the U
ons; succe
1
about 4,500
atives througho
location of
2,500 persons; an
the world
id in Latin Americ
integrat•
throug e h relief, hou g, job
t e
, ' medical
place
eling for ap
and
14,0 r persons.
D .pite the exp
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ref• ees may
the
pe tures nec
is over,"
ce ca•ned.
ye
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estimated, close to 2,500 Jews
from Cuba have come to the
United States, concentrated large-
ly in the Miami area and to a
lesser extent in New York and
other cities. In cooperation with
the United States Government,
United Hias Service established
a field office in the Cuban Refu-
gee Center in Miami to assist
with the resettlement of Jewish
refugees from Cuba;
Rice reported that Jews have
been leaving that country for the
same reason as other Cubans
who have found it impossible to
continue to make a livelihood at
their former trades, professions
or businesses. "There has been
no evidence of anti-Semitism in.
Cuba but for those Jews who had
to leave it was doubly tragic,
since many of them have been
refugees who came to Cuba as a
haven, 10, 20 or 30 years ago,"
he reported.

15,000 Tourists Visit

Israel for Passover

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Israelis
throughout the country joined
their friends and relatives in
celebrating the Passover Seder
night in the traditional family
groups, while special arrange-
ments were made for the more
than 15,000 tourists who came
for Passover, and for members
of the country's armed forces,
to participate in the holiday fes-
tivities.
Transportation facilities were
taxed to the limit in a pre-holiday
effort to accommodate passengers
'traveling to neighboring towns
and settlements for the Seder.
Officials of the various bus and
taxi companies and the railroad
estimated the travel load on Fri-
day to total 1,000;000 passengers.
Food markets were abundantly
filled' with supplies of fruits and
vegetables, while wines and small
quantities of matzot were ex-
ported to Hungary, Poland and
other countries. Special arrange-
ments were made in Army camps
for special Passover kitchen facili-
ties, while public Seders were
arranged for servicemen in towns
and cities by the local service-
men's welfare agencies, to which
tourists were also invited. Public
Seders for tourists were held in
cities throughout the country as
well as in a number of settle-
ments.

Detroit Socialites Hold
5th Anniversary Dance

Livonia Congregation
Sets Monte Carlo Night

PISGAH CHAPTER will hold
its election meeting 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. Program chairman
Mrs. Sol Steinberg announces
entertainment will include the
Fordettes, singing group, and
dancer Gerald Surowitz. Friends
are invited, according to Presi-
dent Mrs. Carl Gould. Refresh-
ments will be served. -
* * *
1
Mrs. Harold A. Robinson,
president of DETROIT LODGE
CHAPTER, announces the
Bowling League of the chapter
will be hostesses at a buffet

Institute will be in the nature
of a "Triple Feature." . The pro-
gram will open with the annual
election of officers. Service
awards will be presented to
members for meritorious serv-
ice following which Rabbi Max
Kapustiri of Hillel House,
Wayne State University, will
speak. Refreshments and a so-
cial hour will close the meeting.
Mrs. Irving Berkowitz is chair-
man. All members are asked to
attend.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE will hold its
monthly business meeting in
the main auditorium of th
Hayim Greenberg Center 8:
p.m. Monday. Dan Levy
dent, advises several im
matters are to be ered
as well as a repo fro the
nominating com•o be fol-
lowed by nomination of
offic s. "A Year With
B.B.Y i ." will be discussed by
Earl aillen, Mic
dir • or, Bnai Bri
gan tion; and
man' leph GaYl, G
troit. .Z.A. Council
of me ers bor
be celeb
refreshments

The Livonia Jewish Congrega-
tion invites the public to a
"Monte Carlo Night" 8:30 p.m.
April 22 at Carpenters Hall,
22521 Grand River.
Games, refreshments and prizes,
including a two-week vacation to
Grossinger's in the New York
Catskill Mountains, will be fea-
tured.
Proceeds from the event will
go to the Rabbi's Fund.
In charge of the affair are Sey-
mour Ungar, Sarah - Smith, Bess
Fox, Bert Stein, Jack Horwitz,
Arnold Fisher, Jerry Altschul,
oyte Gural, Clara Cogan, Mary
and Lou Fellender, Evie Fellen-
der, Rae Segel and Asher Smith.

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nominating committee will pre-
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year and additional nomina-
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Detroit Socialites will hold
its fifth anniversary dance
9 p.m. April 15 at Beth Abra-
ham Synagogue, featuring Sam
Emmer and his orchestra.
Refreshments, to be served
by club hostesses, and prizes
will highlight the evening. For
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Israel Scout Center

Israel will see the dedicatio
of its national Scouting he
quarters in Jerusalem, Sun
This center will serve s
25,000 Israeli boy and
'scouts of all religious g
in Israel.
The building of the c
was made possible by the
tributions of Mr. and
Lewis E. Phillips of Eau Cla
Wis. Phillips, chairman of the
board of National Presto Indus-
tries, is also vice chairman of
the National Jewish Committee
on .Scouting of the Boy Scouts
of America and a member of
its National Council.
In 1955 the National Council,
Boy Scouts of America, pre-
sented its highest honor — the
award of the Silver Buffalo "for
distinguished service to boy-
hood" — to Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will
attend the dedication.
Abba Eban, Israel's Minister
- of Education and Culture, will
be present at the dedication
ceremony.
During his stay in I s r a e 1,
Phillips will lay the cornerstone
for another Scout center to be
built in Tel-Aviv.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips were
guests of honor at a reception
in New York, March 29, ten-
dered by the Israel Consul
General in behalf of Israel's
Scouting.

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