THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 19, 1961 --
List At Home Receptions
for Beth El Confirmands
Annual confirmation services of Temple Beth El will take
place on Sunday morning, May 21. At home receptions will be
held that afternoon and evening, unless otherwise listed, for the
following Beth El confirmands:
Nlen's Clubs Temple Israel Confirmands
ROSENWALD POST, Ameri- Plan at Home Receptions
can -Legion, will hold its annual
Memorial Day breakfast 9 a.m.
May 28 at Liberman's Restau-
rant. The Post will hold its an-
nual Memorial Day service 2
MARSHA KAY BLAU, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. p.m. the same day at the Chesed
shel Ernes Cemetery. The public
Blau, of 20121 Ardmore, '7-10 p.m. No cards.
PHYLLIS JEAN BLOOM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. is invited. * * *
Bloom, of 20065 Shrewsbury Rd., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
RONA SUE CARPENTER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Car-
MEN'S CLUB will hold installa-
penter, of 18414 Fairfield, 2-5 p.m.
tion of officers ;
PETER GITTLEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maier Gittlen, of 18635 in the syna-
Birchcrest, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
HOWARD ALLEN GOLDMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. hall, 8:30 p.m.
Goldman, of 24340 Dante, Oak Park. Reception to be held Wed nes d ay.
2-5 p.m., at 19389 Canterbury Rd. No cards.
LINDA CAROL GREKIN, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John N. Adler will in-
stall the fol-
Grekin, of 18024 Muirland, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
ILENA HEILA HARRIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. lowing: George
C. Parzen ;
Harris, of 18095 Fairfield, 2:30-5:30 p.m. No cards.
as presi dent;
JOHN JACOBS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Jacobs, of 20070 Frank Rosen-
Shrewsbury, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
LOUISE S. KATCHER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Katcher, president;
of 25516 Wareham Dr., Huntington Woods, 2-5 p.m. No cards. Leonard Ba-
ANN KATZEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell E. Katzen, of r o n, David Parzen
18290 Wildemere, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
Goldman and Dr. Lee Shulman,
DAVID R. LIPSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot N. Lipson, of 17384 secretaries; and Allen Charlip,
treasurer. Board members are
Wildemere, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
JULIE ANN LOVINGER, daughter of Mrs. Edward Sherman and Theodore Baruch, Dr. Davis
Mr. Jack Lovinger, of 13360 Wales, Huntington Woods, 2-5 Benson, David Brown, Eliot
Charlip, Harold Ellias, Dr. Sol
p.m. No cards.
Forman, Morton Grass, Dr. Mor-
ROBERT PRENTIS MORRIS, son -of Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. ton Hochman, Arthur Lang, Ivan
Morris, of 19395 Parkside, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
Meisner, Nathan Portnoy, Na-
HARMAN JAY NAGLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene M. Nagler, of than Shur, S. Lawrence Arons-
15906 Addison, 2-5 p.m., May 28. No cards.
son, Joseph Brandt, Joseph
KAREN FLEUR RANDS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Deutch, Sam Harvith, Julius
Meskin, Morris Reistman, Dr.
Rands, of 19208 Parkside, 2.6 p.m. No cards.
CAROL SUSAN ROBINSON, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold A. Lee Shulman, Max Somberg,
Michael Stashower, Dr. Aaron
Robinson, of 18262 Muirland, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
JANE CAROL ROSEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin K. Taylor, Bernard Weisberg, Rob-
ert Steinberg, Reuben Himel-
Rosen, of 19645 Shrewsbury, 2-5:30 p.m. No cards.
stein and Donald Schiller.
ROBERT STUART ROSEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Aronsson is chairman for the
Rosen, of 19320 Suffolk Dr., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
evening. Rabbi and Mrs. Adler
LINDA C. RUBIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul J. Rubin, of will give a "behind the scenes
18517 Roselawn, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
view" of the life of a rabbi and
THOMAS I. RUBIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rubin, of his wife, according to President
I. Murray Jacobs.
18220 Cherrylawn, from 7 p.m. No cards. .
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ILENE KAY SAPERSTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
E. Saperston, of 17545 Birchcrest Dr., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
LYNNE SCHECHTER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schech- F.&A.M., will hold a stag 'games
tournament, including dupli-
ter, of 18266 Hubbell, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
STEVEN PETER SERLIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allan cate bridge, 8 p.m. Wednesday
in the Colonade Annex of the
Serlin, of 1405_ Balmoral Dr., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
Masonic Temple, announces
DENNIS JAMES SLATKIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Gordon Kozda,, worshipful mas-
Slatkin, of 19475 Cumberland Way, 2-6 p.m. No cards.
ter.- Awards will be preSented
LISA SLAWIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Slawhi, of 28880 winners in all divisions of play,
Streamwood Lane, Southfield, 3-6 p.m. No cards.
according to tourney director
NANCY EILEEN STEINBERG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Louis J. Cohen, lifemaster Go-
Steinberg, of - 19915 Shrewsbury, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
ren Master Teacher and holder
of national and state cham-
pionships. Refreshments will be
Thunderbird Day Camp Silver, Weiner to Take served. Reservations are re-
Plans Larger Program Active Roles in Jewish quested immediately in order
to provide for. entries. Guests
An expanded program of National Service Parley are invited. Tickets may be ob-
day camping, stressing camp
Harold Silver and Milton tained from any officer or stew-
and nature craft, is announced Weiner of the Jewish Family and ard. For information, call Her-
by Thunderbird Country Day Children's Service will have lead- man L. Raznick, chairman, UN
Camp. Four buildings and a ing roles in the deliberations of 4-6647.
spacious swimming pool permit the 63rd annual convention of
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such an intensive camping pro- the National Conference of Jew-
CONG. BNAI MOSHE MEN'S
gram to be instituted on 20 ish Communal Service to be held CLUB will install new officers
acres of land at 13 Mile Rd. in Boston from May 27 through at Sunday morning services.
near Grand River.
They include Eliot Raskin,
Milford Stern and Arnold
Silver will speak on "Residen- president;, Nathan Sharon, Eu-
Fisher, directors, plan more tial Treatment for Emotionally gene Friedman and David
instructional camping than was Disturbed Children." Weiner will Schwartz, vice presidents; Carl
ever attempted in any day present a paper on the "Middle Rozner, treasurer; Samuel Ha-
camping program in Detroit. Class Juvenile Delinquent."
ber and James Kovacs, secre-
Hot lunches, horseback rid-
More than 1,000 delegates rep- taries; Benjamin Kahn, • ser-
ing, overnights, cookouts, daily resenting every phase of Jewish geant-at-arms.
snacks and door-to-door pick-up communal service are expected to
are offered in the program, as attend the national convention
is a new concept in week-end which will be held simultaneous- Bereznitzer Hails
family picknicking and swim- ly with annual meetings of the Israel Thursday
-ming. Arts and crafts for both National Association of Jewish
Bereznitzer Aid Society's Bar
nursery and regular groups are Center Workers and the Associa-
featured. Selected trips are tion of Jewish Community Rela- Mitzvah Toast to Israel will be
scheduled, the first to be a train tions Workers. The central theme held 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute.
ride to Ann Arbor.
of the Conference will be "The
The program has been ar-
Children 3-5 and 6-12, may Relationship Between Genera-
ranged by the I.s .r a e 1 Bond
'enroll weekly. Thunderbird last tions—Society in Change."
Organization. Harry Weinsaft,
year was noted by the State of
a - survivor of the Dachau' con-
Michigan as "an excellent camp, Diamond Salt Prepared
proyiding an excellent program Under Supervision of Rabbi centration camp and first officer
on the refugee ship, "The
with experienced counselors at
Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt, E x o du s," will be the main
a highly satisfactory counselor-
camper ratio as low as 4 to 1." favorite in Jewish homes for its speaker.
"Renee," known as the Jew-
For a brochure on the camp, purity, high quality, and ability
to bring out the best flavor and ish-American S ongbir d, will
call EL 6-8893 or GR 4-0288.
taste in a dish, is just right for entertain with a wide variety
sprinkling and washing off in of Yiddish and English songs.
koshering meats. It is prepared She has appeared On TV, radio
The Jewish Community Center under the strict supervision of and in the movies and was
-announces commencement cere- an orthodox rabbi.
Chicago's candidate for the title
monies of the 1961 graduating
For table use, Diamond Crystal of Miss U.S.A. Refreshments
:class of the Jewish Parents Insti- "weather-pruf" salt pours even- will be served. There is no
tute will be held 2:30 p.m. May ly and freely even in moist charge.
28 in the Aaron DeRoy Theater, weather so there is no 'danger
18100 Meyers. •
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Annual confirmation services of Temple Israel will take place
on Shavuot evening. At home receptions will be held Sunday,
May 21, unless otherwise listed, for the following Temple Israel
LINDA SUE BLOOM, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. - Blooni,
of 19480 Cumberland Way, 2-5 p.m, No cards.
VALERIE FLASHENBERG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Flashenberg, of 18021 Parkside. Reception at 18221
Hamilton Rd., 8:30 p.m., May 27. No cards.
KAREN SUE GAYLORD, daughter of Mrs. Tillie Gaylord, of
6815 Woodbank Dr., Birmingham, 2-5 p.m., June 4. No cards.
SHERRI ANN GOLUMBIA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Golumbia, of 18945 Oak Dr., 2-5 p.m. No cards.
LINDA SUE GOODMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Goodman, of .18614 Oak Dr., 8-11 p.m. No cards.
LYNN F. JACOB, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacob, of
18520 Parkside, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
KATHY ANN ROSE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rose, of
19345 Strathcona, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
JOANNE E. ROSMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosman,
of 19202 Robson, 2-5 p.m., May 28. No cards.
ELIZABETH JANE WAINSTOCK, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Wainstock, of 18925 Wildemere, 2-5 p.m., May 28. No cards.
LORI WEISS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Weiss, of
2896 Oakman Blvd., after 10 p.m., May 20. No cards.
FRANCES WINSTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winston,
of 18403 Muirland, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
To Install Mrs. Leemon President
of Pioneer Women at Annual Event
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women will hold its annual in-
stallation and luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center, 19161 Schaefer.
Mrs. Avner Naggar, vice pres-
ident of organization, will serve
as chairman of the day.
Past president of Detroit
Council, Mrs. Gerson Bemis, will
preside as installing officer.
Being installed with Mrs. Nor-
man Leemon, president, are Mes-
turned from Israel where her
husband covered the Eiclunann
trial. During. her visit she toured
Israel and Visited many Pioneer
Women installations and met
with the heads' of Moetzet Ha-
Keenly interested in the prog-
ress of Israel, Mrs. Marshall
was given the distinction of
honorary membership in "Chen"
in 1958 by . Colonel Shoshana
Gershon, commander of the
Women's Army of Israel.
Last summer Mrs. Marshall
visited Israel for five weeks as a
guest of General Avraham Yof-
fee, commander of the southern
sector of' the Israel Army.
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be Mrs. Sam Wasser-
man, outgoing president, who
will give her farewell message.
Mrs. Hyman Disner will be solo-
ist, accompanied by Mrs. Victor
Mrs. Marshall Mrs. Leemon Linden. Mrs: Dave Shuster will
deliver the invocation. •
For tickets, call the Pioneer
dames Milton Weiss, Joseph Wy-
zan, Moe Saslove and Norman Women office, DI 1-0786.
Kanter, vice-presidents; Oscar
Warren, treasurer; I. Serling, L. Sisterhood Braille
Gale, Sydney Goodman, Alber
Weine and S. Rubin, secretaries. Transcribers Lend
Mrs. Weiss, program chair- Their Eyes to Blind
man, announces that Catherine
Nine members of the sixth
Marshall, wife of General
Shaarey Zedek Sister-
S. L. A. Marshall, military an-
alyst and editorial writer for the hood braille class will complete
Detroit News, will be keynote their training this month and
speaker. Mrs. Marshall just re- await Library of Congress cer-
tification as seeing eyes to the
Some 30 active members of
the group, who attended a 40-
from Naval Academy week course before obtaining
Detroiter Paul Burton Lang certification as braille tran-
is one of eight Jewish midship- scribers, are engaged in such
men who will be commissioned projects as the transcription of
as ensign with the 1961 grad- the Bible into • braille, mathe-
uating class of the U.S. Naval matics books into code (named
Academy at Annapolis June 7. for the local mathematics pro-
fessor Abraham Nemeth who
The class numbers 900.
At a baccalaureate service devised the code) and reading
May 28 in Cong. Kneseth Is- and school books for children.
AlthoUgh most works are
rael, Annapolis, the Jewish
midshipmen will each receive translated for the Jewish Braille
a personally-inscribed copy of Institute in New York, local
the Bible from the National requests take precedence, such
Jewish Welfare Board's Com- as the sightless bride who asked
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy. for a braille cookbook and the
blind salesman who needed a
The JWB will perform --a telephone book. -
similar service for the eight
Under its founder, Mrs. Perry
Jewish graduates from the U.S. Goldman, the group is enrolling
Military Academy at West new students for the coming
Point, six at the U.S. Mer- term. Although the class is
chant Marine Academy. at Kings scheduled for 10-11 a.m. Wed-
Point, N.Y., and four at the nesdays, evening classes for
U.S. Coast Guard Academy at both men and women will be
New London, Conn.
arranged if there is sufficient
Coffee with a Reputation
There is no charge. All
New instant Chase and San- classes meet at the Shaarey
born coffee, with a reputation Zedek branch building, Seven
among people who have discrim- Mile near Schaefer. For infor-
inating taste for coffee, is kosher mation, call Mrs. Goldman, UN
and parve for those festive dairy 3-2162, or Mrs. Baer Keidan,
meals for Shavuot.