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April 21, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-21

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Monte Carlo in Livonia
53-Year Separation
Jewish Congrega-
Ends for Localite and do The
"Monte Carlo
Saturday at
Brother from Africa
22521 Grand

Mort Kanfer Opens
Mrs. P. Krause
Joan Saperstein
New
Town-Country
Named Aide to
to Wed in August
Camp on 10-Acre Site
Torch Drive Head "Country s q u i r e, elegance"

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IF

Mrs. Warren B. Cooksey
(left), who again has been
named chairman of the Cen-
tral Wayne Community Cam-
paigns Unit of the 1961 Torch
Drive, will be assisted by Mrs.
Paul E. Krause (right) asso-
ciate chairman, it was an-
nounced by g e n e r al cam-
paigns chairman Mrs. Palmer
G. Bundy. Mrs. Krause, 4182
Courville, served last year as
the tri-county chairman of all
door-to-door and community
business solicitation.

Rachel Horwitz
Named Fullbright
Scholar for '61-'62
- Rachel Horwitz, daughter of

'mid spacious outdoor surround-
ings is announced by Mort Kan-
fer at his new Town and Coun-
try Camp, Haggerty Rd. below
Twelve Mile.
Enrollment at the 10-acre
camp is limited to 140 children
between 3 and 12 years of age,
but a special leadership training
program for ten 12 and 15 year
old boys and girls will start this
year. A grand opening special is
offered as an introduction to the
camp, which opens its season
June 26 and continues for nine
weeks.
Transportation - to -and from
home is provided, and maximum
counselor supervision is provided
A all times. Among :the facilities
are a pool and multi-purpose
building, athletic field and sta-
bles.
Hot lunches, weekly cook-outs
and daily snacks are included in
the - program, and new features
include riflery instruction for
children over eight years old and
towel laundering facilities for
swimmers.
-Kanfer has been a day camp
director for five years and a
camp administrator for 10 years.
An assistant principal in Detroit
schools, he teaches ' at Wayne
State University. Also on his staff
are Bob Weisberg, assistant res-
ident- camp director with eight
years of camping background, a
degree in physical education and
a water safety instructor's card;
Bob Massel, art teacher and
riflery instructor, Sharon New-
man, Harriet Carnick and Leona
Kanfer.
For information, call MA
6-6308.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horwitz
of Humphrey Ave., has been
awarded a Fulbright Fellow-
ship for 1961-62 by the U. S.
State Department.
Miss Horwitz, a French major
on a WoOdrow Wilson Fellow-
ship at Columbia University,
will study for a year at the
Universite de Toulouse in
Southern France where she will
major in comparative literature.
Working toward her Master's
degree at Columbia, Miss Hor-
witz received her BA in June,
1960 .from Wayne State Univer-
sity. Recipient of a four-year UHS Holds Annual
faculty scholarship, she was Graduates Weekend
awarded a Phi Beta Kappa key
as a junior and was presented At Camp Tamarack
the Prekdent's gold key as top
Honoring the 80th birthday
•senior woman in scholastic
achievement for the class of of Mrs. J2seph Ehrlich, com-
munity leader for more than
1960.
half a century, the Woman's
of the United Hebrew
,Ex-Envoy to Address Auxiliary
Schools will present a special
"Portrait of Dora"
Women's Groups at - program,
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Bond, •Breakfast Rally Esther Berman Building, 18977
James G. McDonald, first Schaefer.
Participating in the program
U.S. Ambassador to Israel, will
speak. at an Israel Bond Break- will be. Mesdames Harry Ober-
fast Rally • 10 a.m., May 8 at stein, Milford Pregerson, Louis
Tobin, Miss Laya Floch and
Holiday . M a nor " !
The breakfast is sponsored accompanist Mrs. Ben Tolmich.
Dessert luncheon will be
by the Detroit Women's Divi-
- Mon, State of Israel Bonds, De- served by Mrs. Charles Heiman,
troit and 'South Oakland- Chap- social chairman, and her com-
ters of Hadassah and Pioneer mittee: Mesdames Theodore
Women, according to Mesdames Isaacs, Julius Rosen, Al Sand-
Joseph Katchke and Max Stoll- ler and LoUis Seiton.
Mesdames Albert Elazer, Her-
man, co-chairmen of the Worn-
bert• Moss, Carl Schiller and
en's Division.
The affair iS• being held in Sol Slomovitz are members of
advance of. 'both the Pioneer. the program committee.
Mrs. Joseph Wyzan, program
Women's event (May 11) • and
Hadassah's "Toast to Israel" chairman, and Mrs. Jacob Axel-
Celebration (May 24) on be- rod, president, invite commun-
half of Detroit's Bar Mitzvah ity leaders and friends to • at-
tend.
Year Israel Bond Program.

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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saper-
stein of Pembroke Rd. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Joan Lois, to Allan David
Silberman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Silberman of Chicago,
Ill. An August we d d i n g is
planned.

Yeshivah Women and
Sabbath League Plan
36th Annual Banquet

The 36th annual banquet of
the Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and Women's Sabbath
•League will
be held 6:30
p.m. Tuesday
at the Holiday
'Manor, an-
•nounces Mrs.
Isadore Levin,
president.
Program ar-
rangement
were ma
quet
't h e
tee, in-
com
cl ng • Mes-
es Lo 's
onigma
ertha Faig
Levin
aum, P e a
Satovsky
offman an An
or reserva ons, call
or
arl Leader, WE 3-09
523.
. Walter Epstein,
he Yes-
es will 1
6 p.m.
hiva

UHS Delegates
to Attend Parley
for Keren Ami



Three hundred delegates rep-
resenting Keren Ami officers in
all branches of the United He-
brew Schools will meet at a
Keren Ami Inter-School Con-
ference Sunday at the Esther
Berman Building.
Keren Ami, traditional He-
brew school fund for cultural
and welfare needs, makes yearly
allocations to the Allied Jewish
Campaign as well as other local
and national and overseas insti -
tutions.
The UHS Keren Ami organi-
zation is patterned after that of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
Jacob M. Mathis, supervisor
of Keren Ami activities within
the United Hebrew Schools,
states that a major portion of
ar's funds will be • allo-
the Allied Jewish Cam-
ceeds of Keren Ami
ed during the month
are traditionally de-
the Jewish National
the purchase Of trees.
0 8,000, trees honoring
dents have been planted
e Children's Forest in
el.
student at the
Gary
ranch, will be
ma
conference.
chairman of
Delega will h r reports from
well as a pre-
es,
all
e
io of e ctive techniques
und-rai •
resses of the Con-
Major
ill be given by AJC
ferenc
entative Jon Sobeloff and
re

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A family reunion wa
n Abe
April 7 in New York
Levin of Johannes
g, South
country.
Africa arrived in t
On hand to we me him were
his brother and
ter-in-law,
and Mrs. Philip evine of 1
Mendota. The t
brothers
not seen each o r in 53
rs
since they had 1
Lithuania.
-While in New Yo
ed with a sister, 88-year-o d Mrs.
Rebecca Hanner of the Bronx,
who also has not seen her brother
in 53 years.
Levin left Lithuania with his
twin brother Sam, of Johannes-
burg, when they were 22 years
old. Several ye
Levine emi
Unite
States a
as r ided
Detroit
for 4
ars.
Con t between th
ilies
w
ost until
when vine's
-in-law,
en B
e o
bbutz
r,
el, was •
outh Afri a
d et with
amily. A trip as planne
nd
*nally be
a real'
two
eks ago.
evin, in Detroit
o Weeks,
w
be re-unite
ith another
sist
s.
Levy of Los
Angeles.

featured, in-
y vacation to
the New York
ceeds from the
o to the Rabbi's
ets will be available
oor.

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